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In the late 1980s Robert Vaughn Young “escaped” from Scientology with his then-wife Stacy Brooks. He was one of the highest-level executives to have ever defected from the church. Young made a major contribution to Hubbard’s Church, at least until he learned the truth about L. Ron Hubbard and his past. Robert revealed much of […]

When the Ex-Scientology member movement began in earnest… Cyril Ronald Vosper (1934-2004) was an anti-cult leader, former Scientologist and later a critic of Scientology, deprogrammer, and spokesperson on men’s health. He wrote The Mind Benders, which was the first book on Scientology to be written by an ex-member, and the first critical book on Scientology […]

L. Ron Hubbard issued tons of “Policy Letters.” They are literally a sanctioned addendum of Scientology gospel (regardless of what the Green Volumes say). As this letter’s postscript states: Adopted as official Church policy by CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY INTERNATIONAL HUBBARD COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE Saint Hill … Wilfried Handl DEAR IRS AND EVERYONE … DOES THIS SOUND […]

He’s gonna show ’em. He knows some folks over at the… March 3, 1951 LOL … he wanted to fingerprint his employees. J. Edgar Hoover responds:

THE TRANSCENDENTAL ENGINEERS: THE FICTIONAL ORIGINS OF A MODERN RELIGION HUGH ALAN DOUGLAS SPENCER (THESIS) 1981 McMASTER UNIVERSITY This thesis by Hugh A.D. Spencer has been cited on very few occasions over the past several decades … BoingBoing and Scientology Books and Media were those sites that gave it more than mere mention. It seems appropriate to bring […]