Steven Mango video: Scientology screening prospective parishioners


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Steven Mango video: Scientology screening prospective parishioners.

While I definitely want you to watch the entire video to see what you think, I first want to let you know why I think it is important. Briefly, Steven Mango went undercover to the Church of Scientology of Orange County, a church where he didn't know anyone and nobody knew him. He was ushered into the mutli-screen video "Enlightenment" area, and at first things went well. Eventually, however, a staff member who he had never seen before told Steven that he was a Declared Suppressive Person and had to leave the premises.

While Steven makes a passing reference to the possibility of facial recognition software, his alternative hypothesis appears far, far more likely. That is, they observed him via a video camera while he was in the multi-screen video "Enlightenment" area, took a screen-shot, e-mailed the screen-shot to someone at OSA who had a mug-book containing photos of Declared SPs, who identified Steven, so informed the Orange County Org, who then kicked him out.


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Kicked Out of Scientology While Undercover | LIVE FOOTAGE!

Steven Mango

Published on Aug 3, 2017

I went undercover with an alias inside the Church of Scientology in Santa Ana, CA yesterday. I wanted to see how they are recruiting others and what claims they are making about their group. The state of Scientology is even more sad, and worse, than I thought I would experience. In addition, the cult is so paranoid that they used their spy resources to find out who I was. I am going to share with you what I found out, as well as tell you how I ultimately got kicked out of the building.


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About Me: My name is Steven Mango and I was a parishioner of the exclusive Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre International in Hollywood, CA. In the span of four years of devoted membership until my escape in 2012, I became a lifetime member, I donated close to $50,000 to the church, and I was a victim of severe spiritual and emotional abuse inside the walls of the church. I was also a poster boy for the church, appearing in advertisements for the International Association of Scientologists across the Celebrity Centre. My photo also appeared on their The Way To Happiness booklets.

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