Archive for the ‘David Miscavige’ Category

“Trouble in Scientology Paradise: Shelley Escapes” is a compelling documentary that explores the hidden controversies and secrets of the Church of Spiritual Technology, a subsidiary of Scientology. The narrative focuses on Shelley Miscavige, the wife of David Miscavige, Scientology’s leader. The film opens with Shelley covertly accessing the internet from her compound within the Church […]

The book that should absolutely be written… . The author says, “They won’t let me live after this.” [/dropshadowbox] Introduction: In the secret corridors of power, where faith intertwines with manipulation, one name resonates with controversy and secrecy: David Miscavige. This forthcoming book, “The Shadow of Betrayal: Unmasking the Dark Reign of David Miscavige,” uncovers […]

From our “Hangin’ With My Gnomies” series. THE PERFECT ADDITION TO EVERY SCIENTOLOGIST’S “REFLECTION GARDEN.” • “Little Davey” dimensions: 3.5 inch wide x 5 inch deep x 12 inches tall. • Durable design: “Little Davey” is made from a sturdy polyresin material that is lightweight and easy to maneuver. • Classic statue collection: This fun figurine is from our “Hangin’ With My […]

Top Secret: US Gov’t Psychological Profile of David Miscavige. Subject “DM” is a WM 5’1′” 118 pounds. Blue eyes, brown hair. Age 63. DM is the sole authoritarian leader of a small and declining radicalized psychoterrorist organization headquartered in Clearwater, Florida. Subject responds to the names “COB” or “Sir” and our operatives must use the […]

…the bartender says, “Hey guys … nice hairpieces.” SAME ENERGY… Ernest Angley (may he rest in peace) has consistently been voted the #1 coiffed “Holy Man” at Televangelists With Toupes. He even offered locks of his dead wife’s hair (for a monthly contribution of course) in the early 80’s. If you’ve never seen Ernest, then you are […]

Totally photoshopped from the original by Herbert Rose Barraud, Oxford Street, London. Public Domain version. Grand Poobah from Wikipedia: Grand Poobah is a satirical term derived from the name of the haughty character Pooh-Bah in Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Mikado (1885).[1] In this comic opera, Pooh-Bah holds numerous exalted offices, including “First Lord of the Treasury, Lord Chief […]

Stewart Lamont is a broadcaster and journalist specializing in religious affairs. He joined BBC Scotland as a radio producer in 1972 and since 1980 has worked as a freelance producer and presenter in radio and television, making programs for Channel 4, Yorkshire TV, Grampian TV, and Thames. He presents the daily morning current affairs program […]