Scientology has received critical judgements from the British court legal system in the past, calling it “pernicious nonsense,” “dangerous material” and “immoral and socially obnoxious”. English Parliament described it as a “socially harmful enterprise which indoctrinate’s children and other vulnerable people by “ignorantly practicing quasi-psychological techniques”. Personally I call it “tosh & nonsense”, which achieves a full maximum score of 10 on the ‘cuckoo’ scale.
New 377,000-square-foot Scientology building has entire floor where members can get ‘super powers!’ Ten thousand scientologist’s are expected to descend on Clearwater, Florida this weekend for the grand opening of a ‘cathedral’ which has been under construction for 15 years. The $145 million Flag Building is a massive seven-story, 377,000-square-foot complex and the tallest building in Clearwater, which is the ‘spiritual headquarters’ of the 59-year-old religion. The opening of the building on Sunday will mark the first time Scientologist’s have had a space to receive ‘Super Power’ training – a program developed by the religion’s founder Ron L Hubbard in the 1970s.
The group broke ground on the Mediterranean Revival-style building in 1998, but stopped work after finishing the shell. For three years, the group ceased construction on the project until the city started imposing $250-a-day fines for code violations. (Left; Ron L Hubbard dressed in ‘Mufti the Clown’ super-hero costume, prior to departing the reality of Planet Earth to join an alien circus on planet Ding-Dong!)
Scientology defectors have explained that the building’s slow construction is due to church leader’s who have used the project as a fundraising cash cow. An analysis by the Tampa Bay Times discovered that the church had raised $ 145 million for the building, much higher than the $100 million it was estimated to cost. Former Scientologist couple Rocio and Luis Garcia of Irvine, California contributed more than $340,000 to the construction of the Super Power building, before ultimately suing the church in federal court for dragging out the project ‘as a shill’. Scientology representatives have described the Garcia’s suit as ‘frivolous’. New 377,000-square-foot Scientology building has entire floor where members can get ‘super powers’ While the new building is part of a larger complex of buildings that serve as a spiritual retreat for Scientologist’s, there will be space on the ground floor for visitors to learn about the US-based ‘religion’. The visitor center will have a ‘grand lobby’ with a three-story atrium and exhibits that explain the religion’s belief system and practices. The second and third floors are home to offices and classrooms while the basement houses a huge kitchen and dining areas. Three heroes patiently awaiting ‘super-power’ training. L-R ‘Bar Code Man,’ ‘Flap-Jack,’ and ‘Billy-Bug’…
In addition to the ‘Wedding Cake’ building in Clearwater Florida, there is also a Secret ‘Twin Peaks’ Scientology base in the California mountains ‘where Shelly Miscavage has lived since disappearing seven years ago.’ The base, 120 miles outside Los Angeles, was built exactly to the specification of Church leader David Miscavige to withstand any nuclear holocaust. Tom Cruise and John Travolta allegedly have special bunkers to escape to when the end of the world arrives. Secret ‘Twin Peaks’ report in fullFormer Scientologist Dylan Gill who was foreman when the $18m compound was built believes that is where Shelly Miscavige now lives after she disappeared from public view seven years ago. Argon-filled vaults have been built underground to archive and store the works of founder Ron L. Hubbard. The grounds also feature a mysterious ‘gyro gym’ which some speculate is for ‘torture’ but others say is meant to challenge the user’s senses. Other former Scientologist’s are convinced that the vaults also hold half a billion dollars in gold and cash reserves.
And there we have it, my little poke of fun is in grey italic highlight, the remainder comes from The Daily Mail newspaper, as well as legal fact, as found and recorded by the British courts legal system, as well as further findings in Parliament. So if the men in black shades would like to hunt me down… ‘dig out blind and fill up yer boots’ but come prepared, come very prepared, and come team handed. As I still have my paper back copy of ‘Dianetics’ by space cadet Ron L Hubbard, which I will gladly lubricate using Deep Heat before forcing it into your rear orifice. Yours Aye.