Inside Scientology (2014) - The Evil Empire

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  • Published on Mar 7, 2018
  • This docudrama reveals the hidden origins, strict doctrine, secret language and the celebrity allure of this wealthy and influential institution.
    Former Scientologists disclose the reasons they were drawn to the cult, and why they left. Jenna Miscavige Hill, niece of Scientology's current leader, David Miscavige, describes her difficult experiences inside the organization.
    Former cult executive, Marty Rathbun, demonstrates Scientology's most revered spiritual technology- the "E-Meter", and watchdog Tony Ortega explains the appeal of Scientology that draws in new members.
    Find out why some consider Scientology a spiritual choice and others consider it a road to ruin.
    #Scientology #HubbardSpaceOpera #Hubbaby

Comments • 716

  • Xenu Misc Cabbage - XMC
    Xenu Misc Cabbage - XMC  5 months ago +8

    » Six Ex-Scientologists Speak Out (2010): bit.ly/2Urx4BC
    📌 Great interview!! Patrick Bet-David interviews Marc Headley: bit.ly/2HdsIuJ
    » The Lisa McPherson "Murder" Story (Aftermath): bit.ly/2G1yLmk
    » A very informative interview with Tony Ortega: bit.ly/2VMicyq

    • Xenu Misc Cabbage - XMC
      Xenu Misc Cabbage - XMC  4 months ago

      @TDS. If it was full-screen, it will get blocked.

    • TDS
      TDS 4 months ago

      @Xenu Misc Cabbage - XMC Why did you have to make the actual video so small in a frame?

    • Xenu Misc Cabbage - XMC
      Xenu Misc Cabbage - XMC  4 months ago

      @Donald Ratliff Indeed they are!

    • Donald Ratliff
      Donald Ratliff 4 months ago +1

      Xenu Misc Cabbage - XMC neighbors from hell

    • Xenu Misc Cabbage - XMC
      Xenu Misc Cabbage - XMC  4 months ago +1

      For a bit of a laugh... check out Jake's "I Think I Joined A Cult": bit.ly/2EoPuN9

  • hi intensity mudding Lets ride

    are these people under hypnosis?

  • Metacomet
    Metacomet 15 days ago

    Great vid, I just wish the background music wasn't so intrusive.

  • Charlie Zelenoff
    Charlie Zelenoff 18 days ago +1

    The are 100% EVIL

  • Jax Are back
    Jax Are back Month ago +2

    LRH was a cartoon level sci-fi writer whose tax free religious status allowed them to prey on the weak.....no coincidence that they seek out the recovering addict and the mentally challenged...then bleed them of their assets to the point of ruin...!

  • Casey
    Casey Month ago +1

    Today membership is about 20 thousand and shrinks by the day, week, month.

  • Casey
    Casey Month ago +2

    David Miscavige is an evil person. And I don't take the word evil lightly by any means.

  • Quentin Dugger
    Quentin Dugger Month ago

    Where is Shelly Miscavige? Produce her and show us she is safe. Glad I left the Church.

  • Oliver Von arx
    Oliver Von arx 2 months ago

    Primitive ‘bait and switch’-gimmick trick. So easy to see trough; just like all cults.

  • Waterbaby
    Waterbaby 2 months ago +3

    Inspired genius? Hardly.

    • Oliver Von arx
      Oliver Von arx 2 months ago

      Cheap scam “artist” fits much better imo...

  • michael manzo
    michael manzo 3 months ago +5

    This religion is inspired by an inspired genius LOL you mean a psychopath that is such a pathological liar he actually believes his fiction sci-fi novels and turned it into a religion and you have to spend like $300,000 to find out the story of Xenu and I can't even begin to feel what people feel when they find that out after doing what they did to get that high up LOL idiots

  • michael manzo
    michael manzo 3 months ago +3

    oh that's right we don't want to get Scientology people mad LOL it's a freaking cult modern-day pyramid scheme that's worldwide and actually accepted LOL the people join in this coat are almost as dumb as the people joining prosperity preaching congregations LOL I don't know who's dumber

  • Waterbaby
    Waterbaby 3 months ago +6

    Contact your state representatives to remove their Tax Exempt status now!

  • thegreatdictator
    thegreatdictator 3 months ago +3

    why the frame and not just full screen...

    • Oliver Von arx
      Oliver Von arx 2 months ago

      ogama843
      Yes, we know; it’s still very annoying - I’d rather watch it inverted instead...

    • ogama843
      ogama843 3 months ago

      So the copywriter material does not get flagged and taken down.

  • Bonnie Burns
    Bonnie Burns 3 months ago +2

    I would like and respect Tom Cruise if, when this cult comes to a close and it will, he admitted that he used Scientology as a way to make his career soar. If he admitted that he thought Scientology as a big stepping stone for success, I might watch his movies again. He has ingrained himself into the face of Scientology. I would respect him more if he would call the “ religion “ a cult. State that they made him a star. And that seriously, he never truly believed in it. Bc right now, the public thinks he is mentally unstable, a user, hypocrite, and he’s brain washed. He plays characters in his movies, that are always rebellious, hero-like, bigger than life. Also a hero for the troubled under dogs. So I do think that he is a liar. He found a very comfortable place whose members adore him, worship him, and look at him for being the true life hero of Scientology. He is getting older. His appeal will generally fade away, and he will be a “ use to be “ and a has been. What will Scientology offer him when he is no longer a money maker? Idiocy! I hope I live long enough to see the downfall of this cult- tax exempt as well as being a pain in the ass -admit the destructive, insane, insecure, greedy assholes and that he just used him. I know that this will never happen bc some people feel the need to be a big fish in a smaller, controlled pond. Otherwise, Tom, John Travolta, and all of the other lost souls who are so desperate to find something that builds them up under such abhorrent practices. Right now, this cult gathers and supports their stars and cash cows bc they know that there are followers who have a will do anything, pay anything, to be relevant. Scientology is a very dangerous cult but I suppose that insecure people need to be with a cult that makes them feel superior to all of the of the general public who are sane. It will not end quietly.

    • Surfside
      Surfside 3 months ago

      Nothing in Tom Cruise's success would have changed if he hadn't joined Scientology, because Tom's that good at acting and is great looking.

  • Az Aiman
    Az Aiman 3 months ago +6

    Stupidology ever

  • popcorn8441
    popcorn8441 3 months ago

    That Jenna Miscavage Hill is one hot looking young lady, with a very nice body to boot, and she looks especially good in this video. That’s all I have to say.

  • Gerda du Plooy
    Gerda du Plooy 3 months ago +3

    Miscavage is the devil

    • Oliver Von arx
      Oliver Von arx 2 months ago

      Miscarriage would fit much better btw...

    • Oliver Von arx
      Oliver Von arx 2 months ago

      Yup, a disgusting power hungry sociopath with major anger management issues and an ill temper. This twig of a manlet who wouldn’t DARE to even raise his thin voice against someone without his bodyguards; what a pathetic punchable little stinking 💩!!!

  • Nonna Yourbsns
    Nonna Yourbsns 3 months ago +3

    LRH was a lunitic and Muscabbage is a little psycho ...... they need to loose tax exempt status....it was intentionally created to make MONEY!!! open your eyes people!!!

  • Gill MacGillechiaran
    Gill MacGillechiaran 3 months ago +2

    You’ve crammed an otherwise decent video into a wee frame. No thanks.

    • Surfside
      Surfside 3 months ago +1

      Yr loss because .. reason's😂

  • m
    m 3 months ago +2

    How do these people really believe they're helping the world though?? I don't get how they think that giving away their money- and big money apparently!- to scientology helps "the world". Imagine if that kind of money were put to building apartments for people who are blind, or paralyzed, and many other situations people need big help with in day to day living. Wow this really is just a cult, hey you do what you want scientology people - but wow, what a total waste of money that could truly do good things for others!

  • C Garcia
    C Garcia 3 months ago +2

    Watch "RTÉ Prime Time - "Scientology - The Return"" on RU-clip
    L Ron Hubbard greedy, narcissistic psychopath

  • C Garcia
    C Garcia 3 months ago +4

    L Ron Hubbard was not only crazy. (Not an opinion Medical diagnosis). He received extensive psychological treatment which is Documented. Not to mention several important and intelligent people of his time described him as crazy
    Watch "RTÉ Prime Time - "Scientology - The Return"" on RU-clip

  • CHILD OF THIS UNIVERSE
    CHILD OF THIS UNIVERSE 3 months ago +7

    Hubbard was a chain smoking hypocrite, shows me how gullible and frail mankind truly is.

  • Gorazd Psenner
    Gorazd Psenner 3 months ago +5

    Tom cruise will left on a spaceship to meet xenu on the 57 mill. Light years away planet bullshit

  • Diego Ezeith
    Diego Ezeith 3 months ago +1

    She left with Tom Cruse

  • AL CY
    AL CY 4 months ago +1

    bahahha... fools... money does not buy genius or illumination... you must do jesus in his butt and wipe your ass with bible pages to get that.

  • Craig Dales
    Craig Dales 4 months ago +5

    Hire a sniper to take out David miscavage with love to all anonymous

    • Casey
      Casey Month ago

      All of the higher ups that have left have said that without David, scientology would fall because everything would be exposed.

  • dro sky
    dro sky 4 months ago +1

    im going to start my own religion , im healthy , and ill teach you

  • Right Wing Militant
    Right Wing Militant 4 months ago +8

    How could anyone follow this cult created by a science fiction writer and fake war hero who did nothing during world war 2 and was relieved of command. Then he creates a "religion" based off of aliens (easy to come up with when you are a science fiction writer) and creates a "sea org" (because he was such a failure in the real navy that he created his own). I mean come on people really?

  • Rocha Leandro
    Rocha Leandro 4 months ago

    There's one Pentecostal church that operates pretty much like Scientology, with hundreds of millions to spend building massive temples around the world: the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God. They own the second largest TV network in Brazil already and they demand an incredible amount of money of their followers, promising almost the exact same things, with the same level of crazy. They also can influence elections, due to their sheer numbers.

    • Rocha Leandro
      Rocha Leandro 3 months ago

      You zeroed in exactly my thoughts. Being Christian begins when you average hypothetically 10 gran/month and can spare 5 or 10 dollars if someone, anyone at all, ask you for change, because they wouldn't be begging if they indeed had the money. It's not Of you business what they're going to do with the money: you won't be missing the change you use to buy some expresso. Next, a little empathy and trying not to be a jerk or a smart ass all the time. Then you build on these simple things.
      P.S. I'm agnostic.

    • popcorn8441
      popcorn8441 3 months ago

      Didn't know about that. Hard to call them Christians in that case.

  • SmutnaJules007 rychwalska
    SmutnaJules007 rychwalska 4 months ago +3

    Religion my A$$-the US should revoke their tax haven status-A Ship of FOOLS! (PS "E meter" LMAO) IDIOTS...

  • dominick strain
    dominick strain 4 months ago +3

    Anyone who not only believes but dedicates their lives to a "religion" created by a science fiction writer deserves a giant fat queef to their face

  • Carol Diggins
    Carol Diggins 4 months ago +2

    Just like the Cathlic Church Scientology offers empty promises in return for money mostly through fear

  • Kelly Mallory
    Kelly Mallory 4 months ago +7

    L. Ron Hubbard is so full of shit! all he was doing was trying to find a way to steal money.

  • Kari Bennett
    Kari Bennett 4 months ago +1

    Creates secret bullshit-that is what it contains!!! Yourself awakening to the universe is wonderful but not in how they go about it whatsoever!!!!!

  • Eddy Music
    Eddy Music 4 months ago

    The book intro alone seemed overly epic.

  • Dulcelina Cabral
    Dulcelina Cabral 4 months ago +3

    If the scientology religion think they can clear the planet.
    Wait untill they meet THE REAL scientists ,who can spread decease, SARS,EBOLA, and more.
    Then we have a real fight.🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  • MsLuvan
    MsLuvan 4 months ago +3

    Scientology sounds like how the world would be with NWO

  • Robert Stewart
    Robert Stewart 4 months ago +7

    Well scripted propaganda, they must be on the way out, like all fads, pyramid set ups and cults they all burn out especially when you have a narcissist psychopath at the helm driven by ego and pride

  • Rocha Leandro
    Rocha Leandro 4 months ago +2

    A: because they have shit for brains and also earn an incredible unjustified amount of money, that's why. And Beck is just weird.

  • Jackie R.
    Jackie R. 4 months ago +10

    No woman wants to be Tom Cruise's wife anymore because of his craziness on this cult. He is not a respected actor anymore.
    Same with all actors or actresses following EGOMANIAC david...They are not respected anymore.
    Sometimes I think they can't be that ignorant, that maybe the cult is keeping them hostages using some of secrets against them. Then, I realized all the people who joined the cult because of them (who already know about what their cult are doing to regular people's families and small children) and I see that they are not ignorant, they are just bad people.

    • Kathy Sharpe
      Kathy Sharpe 3 months ago

      That's right you hardly hear about them any more. At least I don't. Maybe they are somewhere on cable
      Scientology is getting to much air time. I think they might be having troubles

  • Plinckaert
    Plinckaert 4 months ago

    Hahaha...(?) I look @ the counter and see my last- reaction had a number: 667. Coincidence? And no: I don't believe in God or his Running Mate... I am more a Christ. Hitchens man. Ohh Mr. Misc.vit, Don't you hate it? (Could, no: I would (!) make a song out of it if it wasn't sad... Soo saaad...)

  • Plinckaert
    Plinckaert 4 months ago +1

    Always when I look closer I find myself particular 'uneasy' with any cult & particular this Crieology shit. How fortunate I am...

  • Mommaa D and Muffy
    Mommaa D and Muffy 4 months ago +7

    Is it just me of does anyone else think or feel like this Scientology goes along with or corresponds with the Illuminati? I believe I even saw what is supposed to be one of their symbols in this video which is the pyramid with the eye in it. Just wondering because that is what this shit sounds like to me only under what is supposed to be a "RELIGION"

    • Caroline Carnevale
      Caroline Carnevale 4 months ago

      Yes along with the government, otherwise they could shut it down

    • dreamingNihilist ——
      dreamingNihilist —— 4 months ago

      Mommaa D and Muffy well L ron Hubbard hung with interesting people like Jack Parsons who was head of the OTO and in contact with alster Crowley but i don’t believe in a illumanti honestly but yes Hubbard was influenced by the occult

  • lv2surf
    lv2surf 4 months ago +8

    John Travolta allowed Scientology not to let him treat his young son with proper medications and doctors, his child would still be here today if he got him proper treatment.....Travolta came up with this BS story how his 16 year old son had Kawasaki syndrome and he died in a bathtub down in the islands...The Church must have pictures of Travolta getting butt banged by a train of gay men or something to let your child die then he even said that in the aftermath the Church saved his life.... His son had mental issue which they treated as weakness in his mind....Yes LRH who died in 1986 as a 120 lb recluse with rotten teeth and mental issues while in a drug haze...has all the answers to help my sons health issues decades later....

  • Ken Tichy
    Ken Tichy 4 months ago +4

    138 Scientologists hated this documentary.

    • Ken Tichy
      Ken Tichy 4 months ago

      @TDS Yes Xenu.

    • TDS
      TDS 4 months ago

      I thumbed it down due to the stupid framing and small size of the video

  • Maria Jensen
    Maria Jensen 4 months ago +11

    Why is the commentator calling it a church? Tom Cruise is not the brightest colour in the rainbow. Scientology is a cult and not a religion. The reason they call it a church is to avoid paying taxes. David Miscavage needs to go to Prison for a LONG time! the entire con about calling this cult a church is based on tax evasion. There might a few law teams out there who manage to contact some people who escape the cult and are now brave enough to sue David Miscavage for their lost childhood. The judgement needs to be that all the children who did lose their childhood are sharing the cult's fortune - after expenses to the state and the legal teams' service fees have been subtracted. It would be wise to isolate David Miscavage as he might recruit new members to join another cult as soon as he has served his 40 years in jail

  • Maria Jensen
    Maria Jensen 4 months ago +2

    Scientology is a cult and not a religion. The reason they call it a church is to avoid paying taxes. David Miscavage needs to go to Prison for a LONG time! the entire con about calling this cult a church is based on tax evasion. There might a few law teams out there who manage to contact some people who escape the cult and are now brave enough to sue David Miscavage for their lost childhood. The judgement needs to be that all the children who did lose their childhood are sharing the cult's fortune - after expenses to the state and the legal teams' service fees have been subtracted. It would be wise to isolate David Miscavage as he might recruit new members to join another cult as soon as he has served his 40 years in jail

  • ShadoeFax
    ShadoeFax 4 months ago +1

    I'm the 666th comment

  • danceanyway
    danceanyway 4 months ago +6

    I understand the use of the cross in Christianity, but what relevance does a cross have to scientology?

    • danceanyway
      danceanyway 3 months ago

      @The Movie Dealers thank you so much, that's really interesting. On seeing Crowley's name I have to admit I got the creeps! That info actually makes the whole thing way weirder than I'd thought already. Hard to believe people disown their own families on the say so of these people

    • The Movie Dealers
      The Movie Dealers 3 months ago +1

      Oh yeah, it's also to confuse people into thinking that Scientology is a legitimate religion and/or some type of sect of Christianity. It's called "religious cloaking," which Scientology does to gain respect and power.

    • The Movie Dealers
      The Movie Dealers 3 months ago +1

      It is an "eight pointed" cross which supposedly represents the "eight dynamics" of the world (self, family, groups, all of mankind, all living creatures, God...okay I forgot two) but it's actually taken/adapted from the "Rosicross" of Aleister Crowley, so like many things in Scientology there's a hidden occult meaning.

  • JDS Valerie
    JDS Valerie 4 months ago +7

    What a filthy, dirty thuggish outfit this is. The more I see and read about it, the more horrified I am. The evil geniuses behind this corrupt cult are...pure evil itself.

    • Xenu Misc Cabbage - XMC
      Xenu Misc Cabbage - XMC  4 months ago +3

      @Joyce Sorrese. Yes. You've now entered the rabbit hole that is Scientology. Once I began my journey of discovery of this insidious cult, it only got deeper and deeper. Scientology is always worse than one thinks.

  • Bill McShea
    Bill McShea 4 months ago +2

    I give scam

  • Terence Hennegan
    Terence Hennegan 4 months ago +5

    Why do they have LOUD banging music in the background, completely unnecessary.

  • Patty Herpel
    Patty Herpel 4 months ago +6

    I think it's time to get rid of Scientology,nothing but a money making con game.

    • Shane O
      Shane O 4 months ago

      What's your plan?

  • Travis Peach
    Travis Peach 4 months ago +4

    Battlefield earth has a.....cult following lol. If Miscavige was over seeing it that explains why is sucked.

  • lv2surf
    lv2surf 4 months ago +6

    Time to rid Scientology of David Miscavige maybe put him in those double wides for a decade or so...

  • Brian Wild
    Brian Wild 4 months ago +3

    If you think that the name "Narconon" is a great name for a drug rehab company...you might be a Scientologist

  • Michael Yoder
    Michael Yoder 4 months ago +8

    Battlefield Earth is possibly the worst movie ever made.

  • nealanilove life
    nealanilove life 4 months ago +4

    What a crap this is!!🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

    • Patty Herpel
      Patty Herpel 4 months ago +2

      I agree. It's a load of crap and I wouldn't join if you paid me a million dollars.

  • Niqole the Diva Q
    Niqole the Diva Q 4 months ago +3

    Are there records of who's paid how much? I wonder how much david miscavage has actually paid in vs how much he's obtained... Not that I think any records involving him would new accurate, just wondered.
    Also, the people who make 10% of what others whom they've "brought in" spend or "donate" ...
    Are they allowed to keep that money or has Scientology found a way to wrestle that awayfrom them too?

    • Niqole the Diva Q
      Niqole the Diva Q 4 months ago +1

      @Liette Bowes I meant how much has he paid in, I'm sure it's nowhere near the amount that he has taken out!

    • Liette Bowes
      Liette Bowes 4 months ago +2

      The lower class is paid 25$ a week - they work 12-16 hours a day and only one sunday off every 2 weeks, children are paid here and there. That's from ex-scientologists testimonies. Miscavige receive for himself apart from the ''church'' 1 million/week.
      They have to pay for their own studies / books, if they have no money, they are asked to pay by credit cards.
      Young children as young as 2 years old see their parents very very rarely and for a very minimal time (half an hour - 2 hours) because the parents are too busy anyway. They are often very far too, which makes visits more difficult and therefore very rare. Most of the children see their parents only one or twice a year.
      Obviously, the higher class, the one with a lot of money, is treated like royalty. They reach the summit as soon as they arrive in the sect.

  • Niqole the Diva Q
    Niqole the Diva Q 4 months ago +9

    We got Saddam Hussein, we got Bin Laden, we got Warren Jeffs ... You're next miscavige...
    Can anyone explain to me how scientologists can believe that reaching OT levels will help you gain mind control however they don't believe the upper-echelon of Scientology would use that mind control on them... Am I missing something? Do they believe that the mind control is only workable within yourself?

  • Aaron
    Aaron 4 months ago +8

    Crazy Cult seems they have small benefits to help people in the beginning then people think Well has been good so far & start really buying into it then once your hooked they start feeding you more & more bullshit it’s not a religion it’s a set of beliefs that get crazier & crazier the further into it you get it’s sick that they get control of people so easily not sure what that says about the average persons intelligence

  • sWord smith
    sWord smith 5 months ago +2

    There are similarities in certain cultures, dictatorships, monarchies etc...study these things! Who is friends with his enemy? Who shakes hands with his friend? Uh oh, don’t speak about so and so...very very bad thing to do! Yeah ok!

  • Plinckaert
    Plinckaert 5 months ago +4

    Clear the planet from Scientology. Want your own e.meter: $5,- and a child can make it. When I see Kirsty Allen I say: Stay there! Please!

  • Plinckaert
    Plinckaert 5 months ago +6

    Parents: Warn your kids for this cult! One look a Hubbard and you can see there is a chromosome too much. Mr. Miscvit is clever nourishing on the fat guy's corps

    • BlowItOutYourCunt
      BlowItOutYourCunt 4 months ago +2

      He was a paranoid schizophrenic according to his first wife! And anybody who follows his teachings will end up right where he ended up, a paranoid schizophrenic!

  • Will Sterben
    Will Sterben 5 months ago +2

    Massage is bollocks.

  • Drewski
    Drewski 5 months ago +5

    Hi ya'll. Muh name is David Miscarriage. If you be leaving the church of Scientologists, come join my church, Alcholology. Together, we will worship the rye, wheat, grains, hops and all of the wonderful fruits of our lord Jim Beam put on this earth. If you're interested in joining, please go to your local pub and baptized......err, drunk.

  • Your Highness
    Your Highness 5 months ago +6

    Only thing missing is the Kool Aid.

  • Junior Lewing Koo
    Junior Lewing Koo 5 months ago +2

    L. Ron Hubbard were a literal genius to sonem a madman to the Seek God/Christ.!

  • Micky Sanchez
    Micky Sanchez 5 months ago +5

    They use the Cristian Cross to camouflage that is a religion when in reality is a CULT!
    She is been missing for 14 yrs now. She is DEAD! wait a minute they r like those Jehova witness. also A Cult. people r stupid! why people pay for something that is a total Hoax!!!! lol I see how many stupid people r in Hollywood lol. ooooh they blackmail people too oooh what a con artist lol. I was in a subway in NY many yrs ago and they called me for that stress test! they said I was stress but I was ok but they told me all these crappie stories. they didn't convince me though I just wanted to know what they were about and I knew they were trying to manipulate me lol I now see the cult or religions just as scam $$$$. life is too expensive to give my $$$$$$ to those idiots! they won't give me their $$$ right?

    • Micky Sanchez
      Micky Sanchez 5 months ago +1

      @Donna Guy it could be now that I am older I see life different.... lol No religion, no political believe I feel free. I just have a few friends and a good family that is enough for me. peace.

    • Donna Guy
      Donna Guy 5 months ago +3

      I think idiots is a bit strong Dude, these people are looking for something and are being prayed upon also a lot of these people are brought in by their parents so just like the rest of us we follow our parents until we see the world and we can decide for ourselves these people see nothing but Scientology their captures make sure of that. 70 per cent of these people are victims. that's the heartbreak here.....cheers

  • Yours Truly The #1 Pony
    Yours Truly The #1 Pony 5 months ago +4

    They believe that all scientologists are equal but some are more equal than others

  • Paul S
    Paul S 5 months ago +7

    The music is so intentionally dramatic. Irritating

  • Jules Mpc
    Jules Mpc 5 months ago +4

    the name of this channel is great!

  • kate davenporty
    kate davenporty 5 months ago +8

    what confuses me is why they use the Cross as part of their symbol;they don't have any affiliation with Christianity i thought.

    • The Movie Dealers
      The Movie Dealers 3 months ago

      They don't, this is done to confuse people and gain power.

  • kate davenporty
    kate davenporty 5 months ago +9

    the billion year contract should be the biggest red flag of all.

  • kate davenporty
    kate davenporty 5 months ago +4

    ha,what a joke,making people clear by eating animal products and wheat!!! funniest thing i've ever heard.I am even now skeptical about how sincere or knowledgable they really are about psychiatry (interestingly,the use the same psychological hooks on people that psychiatry does) and psychiatric drugs because when given valuable suggestions about improvements to their drug education methods they are suspiciously not very interested.

  • Paddypool FC
    Paddypool FC 5 months ago +6

    Deluded morons. Lrh was a charlatan and a con man.

    • kate davenporty
      kate davenporty 5 months ago +1

      certainly was;convicted of fraud,diagnosed paranoid schizophrenic and total,repeated confidence trickster.This church is the only one i know that charges 5 thousand dollars for a raffle ticket.Granted,the prize was a house but far out.They absolutely worship wealth and make no secret of it.

  • vader garcia
    vader garcia 5 months ago +1

    THAT BOOK WASN'T A TOP SELLER OUR GOVERNMENT PUT IT ON EVERY SHELF AND IN ALLS VIEWS OF SOCIETY...AND IT WAS HERE AND THERE..SO DAMMIT I'LL BUY IT..

  • vader garcia
    vader garcia 5 months ago +1

    YEAH THEY MADE IT ..THATS WHY IT CONSTANTLY SAYN CONSPIRACY AND SECRETS.OVER AND OVER..IT WAS MADE TO CLEAR THIER NAME ..IT HAS BLOOD ON IT'S GROUNDS..HOW ARE THEY BEEING FREE TAXED OR CHURCH .WHEN DO THEY SAY CHRIST OR LORD ..WHAT JUST BECAUSE THEY HAVE THE THE CROSS THAT OUR SAVIOR WAS CRUCIFIED ON..NOW I WORK DAY IN AND DAY OUT.AND FU#*I NG GETTING TAXED AND THEY SIT AND LIE AND LIVE TAX FREE... REVOLUTION....

    • kate davenporty
      kate davenporty 5 months ago +1

      all churches should be made to pay tax,it's outrageous.By the way,he may be your lord but please don't speak for everyone.

  • Christopher Cringle
    Christopher Cringle 5 months ago +9

    It is hard for me to feel sorry for these people. If you are dumb enough to fall for this crap, then on top of that give personel information they can use against you, then that is on you.

    • Christopher Cringle
      Christopher Cringle 5 months ago +2

      I thought about the comment I made and I understand there are lost people out there who are searching for something. They make easy prey for these thugs.

    • Bob Alysia Haras
      Bob Alysia Haras 5 months ago +2

      I feel bad for the ones who’s parents brought them into it or who were born into it. Apparently they like to take the kiddos away to work. Some people have reported that they only saw their parents 2-3 times a year. That’s awe full.

    • Junior Lewing Koo
      Junior Lewing Koo 5 months ago +1

      Absolutely.

  • Ann E
    Ann E 5 months ago +6

    Got a problem with Scientology?
    $cientology can help you with that, lol.

  • Owen Denchy
    Owen Denchy 5 months ago

    Who made this? Why the over the top music? Why all the 80's jump cuts? It's almost as if the cult itself had this made to claim victim status it's so bad.
    I haven't watched TV for years but if this is an example of the current work then I'm certainly not missing anything. Who is it marketed to, the brain dead that can only concentrate for around one minute tops?

    • Xenu Misc Cabbage - XMC
      Xenu Misc Cabbage - XMC  5 months ago +2

      I agree. It is so overly dramatic that it also does my head in. Yet, out of the hundreds of videos I have uploaded, it is by far the most popular judging from view count. Now, that may be because RU-clip chose, for whatever reason, to highlight it. It certainly wouldn't have been my first choice, yet the information contained is valuable. Yes, it's a shame they had to so overly dramatize it all. Perhaps it really is the style that appeals to the masses?! I've no idea. Certainly not me. That is concerning, yet it's a fact of life. I guess, at the end of the day, if the information about this dreadful cult, hits out there where it matters, then at least that is something good.

  • Linda D
    Linda D 5 months ago +11

    Bunch of evil, brain washed, money grabbing freaks!!! I.M.O.

    • sWord smith
      sWord smith 5 months ago

      Linda D
      I share in your opinion

  • Brother Amartey
    Brother Amartey 5 months ago +12

    And to think Jesus died for you for free! People could be so deceived, just as Jesus said. Lord, have mercy on these deluded people and set them free.

    • sWord smith
      sWord smith 5 months ago

      Brother Amartey
      Amen 🙏🏻

    • Inevitable Crafts Lab
      Inevitable Crafts Lab 5 months ago

      @Brother Amartey if science is deaf blind and dumb, how come that when science finds out how old the universe is, christians close their eyes, close their ears and tell you that earth is 4k years old.
      if anything is deaf blind and dumb, than its religion itself, no matter which one.

    • Lee But
      Lee But 5 months ago

      @Brother Amartey I'm not making science an idol, just showing that without it, much of what you do may not be possible. I wonder if you would snub science if it were in a position to save your life in favour of prayers.

    • Brother Amartey
      Brother Amartey 5 months ago +1

      @Lee But Certainly, science has its place and has accomplished many things to make life more convenient. Yet, science is very limited in its scope, to the physical. Revelation knowledge is far above science, and making science an idol is just insanity, blindness and wretchedness!

    • Lee But
      Lee But 5 months ago

      @Brother Amartey I understand your viewpoint, and I do respect it. However, science is what made it possible for you to post your comments, use a phone, use transport, produce electricity, or save people's lives from a huge range of diseases. I'm not convinced that prayers would have done those things.

  • Moon Watch
    Moon Watch 5 months ago +5

    Psychiatry is evil though, it's one of the 5 Ps of the masonic control program. The Penal system is an even nastier one of the 5 Ps, even further away from God and truth.

    • Mommaa D and Muffy
      Mommaa D and Muffy 4 months ago +3

      You are ignorant about what you are talking about and obviously have never in your life had a mental health problem or taken a Psychiatry or Psychology course to even understand the human mind and what happens when the chemicals in the brain are misfiring. I have been a BA Psychology student for 4 years now and it is amazing the things that you learn about the process of ones mind. So, before you say that Psychiatry is evil you need to REALLY go back and research Scientology and look at what the hell these people are doing to children as young as 7 years old having them sign a BILLION YEAR contract. Psychiatry has saved my life because I unfortunately don't have normal chemical brain fire and without that medication from the Psychiatrist my depression from my MANY mental health disorders would have taken over and I would have kept overdosing.

  • Moon Watch
    Moon Watch 5 months ago +1

    Imagine if Thetans were actually likes of spiritual guides, and they made a whole religious system around removing them, but they're supposed to be there

  • Moon Watch
    Moon Watch 5 months ago

    What's the EWS connection? lol imagine if all the negative comments were from expelled Thetans

  • domnic0
    domnic0 5 months ago +4

    I thought the breakup of Nicole and Tom Cruise was because Nicole left Scientology.

  • domnic0
    domnic0 5 months ago +2

    The universe is NOT within ourselves. It is OUTSIDE of ourselves.

  • Allan Jakobsen
    Allan Jakobsen 5 months ago +11

    The Jehovas witneses should be inspected too they fysical abuse the children and it's a very hidden society.

    • Allan Jakobsen
      Allan Jakobsen 4 months ago +1

      @Mommaa D and Muffy My mother was not a Jehovas Wittness so we celebrated Cristhmas and Birthdays behind my fathers back but non in my family on my fathers side visited us because of my father, his cousin told him to stay away because he allways preached when he was visiting. My mothers family lives in Cape Town but visited us sometimes so it was petty that the family lost contact for us children. Now I'm in the oldest generation of my family and is starting to get old too but has a son that I'm realy proud of, he's 27 years of age but lives hundreds of miles away because of his job. Take care and try to keep in contact with the rest of your family or else you would regret it when you get old like me.

    • Mommaa D and Muffy
      Mommaa D and Muffy 4 months ago +1

      My dad and step mom are Jehovah Witness and although I didn't meet him until I was 28 I was told by some of his side of the family that at one point he disassociated himself from them because they were not Jehovah Witness, HOWEVER, he nor my step mom are like that now. My dad and step mom are very loving people!! They don't preach to me or my children, I am ME when I am around both of them. I mean I try to be respectful and keep the cussing to a minimum but other than that they know everything I do and really who I truly am and they are just anyone else, if we go out, they will have a drink and dance. Really the only difference is that they don't celebrate any type of holiday.

    • Allan Jakobsen
      Allan Jakobsen 5 months ago

      @steve wenger I know, a friend of my father was in such a camp. But Hitler allso admiered the faith of the Jehovas Witnesses and how faithfull they was in there religion because they only had to say that they was no longer a Jehovas Witness to get free. So Hitler admiered them for not doing so.

    • steve wenger
      steve wenger 5 months ago

      the jehovas where persecuited by the nazi and killed.

    • Aussie Insider
      Aussie Insider 5 months ago +1

      Jehovah's Witnesses are getting a major shakedown in Australia at the moment. Our Royal Commission into Child Sex Abuse is giving many religions a run for their money. But like Scientology, JW's also have a PR division that controls what the media prints/says about them

  • Siouxchik 1
    Siouxchik 1 5 months ago +7

    Money grubbing leader thinks hes a alien hes just a 💩💩💩💩💩💩💩

  • Dragon Associates
    Dragon Associates 5 months ago +9

    This is not a religion at all. Id say the money paid for the thetan classes is more about buying yourself into a network of preferential treatment in hollywood (Or that's what they hope) I don't care what scientologist call it, When I see the results of this fake religion it is clear that it is a hybrid of a pyramid scheme and purchasing access to a network of people who have prefered placement into that network. No idea how this is still going on.

  • Patrick R
    Patrick R 5 months ago +4

    Crazy Crazy!!! If you read the 12 steps of AA it gives one an even better way to be an acceptable, responsible and productive member of society. It costs nothing. The only requirement for membership is a *desire* to stop drinking. AA also has celebrity members. But also people off the street. I think some plagaerism has happened here!

    • Aussie Insider
      Aussie Insider 5 months ago

      Doing some quick math based on my kids ages now, it would have been over 30 years ago when I was given Hubbard's book. It wasn't part of the meetings, it was just a social encounter at a cafe if memory serves me correctly (which it often doesn't LOL). I don't know why I thought it was AA literature, just a presumption perhaps

    • Aussie Insider
      Aussie Insider 5 months ago

      ​@Patrick R it's OK. I didn't think you were being disrespectful at all. I've been wrong on many occasions and don't mind being informed otherwise :) That's sometimes how we learn things.
      I'm not sure how the ex is doing, I know he married again and then divorced again due to the drinking issue but I don't keep in contact with him. Neither do the kids so far as I know.
      I gained a lot from AA meetings, I came to understand why the ex drank to excess better then he ever did I think. I figured leaving him would be the 'rock-bottom' that would change everything and put our family back together, but it only made him hate me - vehemently! To this day!
      I truly understand how that has happened, even tho I can't change it. I learned a great deal of patience and compassion by comprehending the struggles of others. The most important lesson, I think, was accepting that I can't change him, only he can.

    • Patrick R
      Patrick R 5 months ago

      @Aussie Insider Dear AussieInsider Fistly my apologies if I came across disrespectfully. I assumed you were a man and feel I havent given you the deserved reverence. Also, I hope I didnt sound like a Mr. "Wise-Guy" in my response. I was so angry after seeing the clip.
      How is it going with your husband? There are as you mention support groups that are there especially for the supporters of an alcoholic loved one. They have all sorts of acronyms and names (so as to keep with anonymity). I think people also mistake the AA because of its fundamental requirement for anonymity. However, this is not to hide anything, but instead not to be shouting from the roof top that John next door is an alcoholic. Its a personal journey. Gossip leads to the ultimate relapse of alcoholics in many cases, and these relapses kill.
      What was YOUR experience like going to these meeting. When was it that you were going if I may ask? If it was just after the publication of dianetics its a long time ago. Im sorry you were given literature by somebody in the fellowship that is not AA material. That shouldn't happen. I must just add Im talking for myself and my experience and not for AA as a whole.
      I look forward to hearing from you!

    • Aussie Insider
      Aussie Insider 5 months ago +1

      I'll tell ya one thing tho... if the book or anyone even so mush as mentioned prayer or God I'd have been outta there so fast you wouldn't even see the dust in my wake. I was raised Jehovah's Witness and, much like scientology, until the age of 15 I was told I was devil's spawn. I was "disfellowshipped" (another term for Disconnected) and remain so today. The number of countries these two religions are banned in is astonishing

    • Aussie Insider
      Aussie Insider 5 months ago

      @Patrick R Well there ya go! Thanks for the correction. It's only Narconon that is a Scientology service then. It's on their website, just double-checked. I think my own confusion may have been based on PMA (Positive Mental Attitude) techniques. I attended AA for many years trying to work out how to support my ex-husband's drinking problem. They were very helpful and supportive even tho it wasn't me with the problem. It was also an AA member who gave me Hubbard's Dianetics book to read, back before it was a religion

  • Sarah G
    Sarah G 5 months ago +7

    Nothing to do with a science although they are called Scientology but Satanology ... The idea and the point - you are God yourself but I control you and have a power over you, lol Stupid idiots ....lol

    • evangelina grey
      evangelina grey 5 months ago +1

      I really thought it had something to do with science when I first heard the term. Sure as hell didn’t think it was a religion

  • Shyann1
    Shyann1 5 months ago +9

    GOD Almighty does NOT accept MasterCard or Visa.

  • BADDAZZ GARAGE
    BADDAZZ GARAGE 5 months ago +2

    Id like to see the leaders of this religions lifestyles! Are they rich with houses ,yachts , cars ect!! All the people at the top! Its probably a pyramid scheme! Religions are tax free from DONATIONS! That is very different from selling products and counciling! I think the most compelling part of this religion is how it got tax exempt! Who actually approved it!! Its quiet laughable that anybody would consider a science fiction writer could invent or discover a religion and then its accepted as a religion! Thats what gave this cult its ability to grow and become a huge financial institution! This is the area that needs to be looked into! Question the people that granted this a religion then you may start to dig into the real lies!!!

  • Stephanie Trusler
    Stephanie Trusler 5 months ago +6

    This is why I don’t watch Tom Cruise, John Travolta and Kirstie Alley in tv shows or movies. They can’t act worth shit. Neither can I but I’m not psycho like them. I hated how he stacked Farrah Fawcett when she said that she took medication for her depression. He’s an arrogant ass and needs to die

    • Meow
      Meow 5 months ago

      Tone down the hatred, ma'am

  • katden220
    katden220 5 months ago +4

    Does Shelly have family members that have heard from her in r seen her? Seems if she isn't dead there are a lot of people being paid off or maybe a few of them are missing.

  • Marcus NL
    Marcus NL 5 months ago +6

    A religion built on secrets Is a clear red flag for being a scam. Scientology’s link to religion to the god Mammon, associated with the greedy pursuit of gain.
    Matthew 7:15-20
    15 “Watch out for false prophets. They come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ferocious wolves. 16 By their fruit you will recognize them. Do people pick grapes from thornbushes, or figs from thistles? 17 Likewise, every good tree bears good fruit, but a bad tree bears bad fruit. 18 A good tree cannot bear bad fruit, and a bad tree cannot bear good fruit. 19 Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire. 20 Thus, by their fruit you will recognize them.