Master of Disaster
I feel like there are probably way way more people out there that are potentially waiting for the other side of the family,etc. to defect first.. whist staying under the radar.
I have an ex that had gotten re-married to a non, this person despite heavy family connections and children and siblings on staff doesn't really participate much anymore from my understanding.
Maybe all it takes is the right cog in the wheel to send a whole block tumbling out.
I know that the only reason that I stay under the radar is because of family. I want to support them however I can and I want to be able to be there for them when they leave/get into trouble/etc.
I really have no idea how I've managed to stay under the radar for so long. Not participating, never take phone calls, etc. Still get tons of ridiculous mail to many names misspelled and otherwise.
I feel it is only a matter of time. Wish time would go faster.
How can the long long timers not see the bastardization and revision and re re revision and un-revision of the 'tech?' This is beyond me and boggling.
As I said on the other thread, I don't think you are really "under the radar". I think that everybody knows you are no longer interested (based upon your marrying a non-Scientologist), and just doesn't want to rock the boat. I think you may be considered in "don't ask, don't tell" status.
This might be a good status to be in, where your clan figures you are out, but not making an issue of it. It means that you can be the person the rest of the clan goes to, to share any doubts, secure that you won't be reporting them to the Org. It puts you in a perfect position, when your Aunt says "I'd like to leave, if only Uncle wouldn't leave me", to be able to confidently say "bring it up with Uncle, I am positive he won't disconnect".