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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Degrassi View Post
    A mate of hours did their test (he was approached in the street in Sydney quite a few years ago).

    They told him his results indicated he was a 'cold hearted b@stard'
    That's hilarious, now I want to take one

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    HAHAHA

    Oh dear, seems I've inadvertently started a recruitment thread

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    Scientology isn't a religion. it's a used car salesman that started a group to milk rich idiots of everything they have lol

    As to Loius Theroux I love him, but then I married a nerd so I'm attracted to cerebral quirky nerdy guys! He's the bomb

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    This thread just reminded me of this story DH told me ages ago. When he was a teenager him and his best friend wagged school one day and were hanging out in the city. This random person approached them asking if they wanted to do an IQ test. They went along, did the test and the people there tried to recruit them to Scientology. It's pretty weird that they try to recruit random people on the street.

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    I wonder was it thing in the 90s Mama Mirabelle?
    Seems we all have a story or two that old

    Hearing what the daddy of David Miscavige has to say was that the "church"are losing a HUGE amount of numbers lately.
    Something like only 20,000 members now. GOOD!

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    Scientology isn't a religion.
    Too right!

    If you listened to the interview with daddy Miscavige.
    He was in the church for over 40 yrs.
    It was he who got his family into it and his son who is now the leader.
    He said they weren't permitted to use the internet.
    All the info we know and knew, they just don't know in there.
    He accidentally stumbled across an uncensored version of Google (they censored it within the church but he had a kindle device and got through that way) and he had his eyes opened.
    All the fake stories and achievements (kinda like in North Korea) about their leader just weren't true.

    Baffles me how these things can happen in this century.

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    It sounds like it was a thing in the 90s! I'm glad they never approached me, that would've freaked me out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phony View Post
    Baffles me how these things can happen in this century.
    Absolutely!

    I can't remember who did the interview, but it's probably on you tube, where Leah remini talked about how they wanted to recruit Jennifer Lopez, so they had her bring JLo to cruise's wedding, and she describes the way the members acted around the baby, it seriously sounded like something out of a movie, I can't believe this is possible in this day and age.
    What is even stranger, these celebrities and millionaires are throwing their money at them.

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    I do wonder with their numbers dwindling rapidly, why the hell are these celebrities still endorsing them, chucking loads of money at them?
    David Miscavige must be THE most charismatic con man ever.

    OR...there are other pay offs.
    Stuff we haven't heard about yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sparklebug View Post
    I thought you had to be rolling in money to join.
    I think they recruit ordinary folk to do the leg work for the stars.

    They have different levels.
    Stars don't experience the same treatment I would for example.
    would have to sign a million yr contract, meaning every life (INSANE) i ever had here on earth would be owned by them.

    I would be made scrub, clean, build, anything to facilitate the pampers stars.

    I don't believe Tom Cruise and the others don't know this btw.
    That's their get out of jail card when it all turns to crap.

    It's only the members who are o lockdown in a facility that have no contact with the outside world. He does, and so does any other celeb.

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