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* I consider cooking to be an important part of my magic -- in fact, it's why I decided to try magic . . . popularity of the other sections here -- the [[Scientology]] section, the ''[[2001 - A Space Odyssey]]'' . . .
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* After burning my sigil in the Griswold skillet, I headed out of the house at 7:30 AM yesterday and . . . flavor of the moment, and like the anti-Scientology movement it will largely fade away, leaving . . .
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=== My declaration: I am a Magician. === After learning the joys of cooking over the course of 2011, . . . to intentionally hurt others (can you say "[[Scientology]]," boys and girls? Or how about "[[Christianity . . .
4K - last updated 2012-01-05 13:31 by Modemac
(Hello to the folks from the "Cast Iron Cooking, Classifieds and Hellraising" group who are reading this . . . I'm completely batty.) A first draft: == Is Scientology actually black magic? == During the 1990s, . . . I was an outspoken opponent of the Church of [[Scientology]], and I enthusiastically participated . . . First of all, I will state that I do not "hate" Scientology with the vigorous and venomous enthusiasm . . . make money for the ruling elite of the Church of Scientology. This, sadly, is still true. Meanwhile, . . .
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[[image:anonymousbecause.jpg]] '''http://www.420chan.org''' : (formerly '''<nowiki>http://partyvan.info/index.php/Main_Page</nowiki>''', . . . Threat] === Project Chanology: the war against Scientology === In early 2008, the release of an unauthorized . . . Tom Cruise (and the subsequent efforts by [[Scientology]] to crush the book) caught ANONYMOUS' . . . legions banded together to take action against Scientology. In the early days of its attacks, ANONYMOUS . . . successfully took down a number of official Scientology Web sites (though most of them were back . . .
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A Cynical Look at Practicing Chaos Magic
My initial attraction to [[Chaos Magic|Chaos magic]] stemmed from its emphasis on meditation and ''gnosis.'' . . . what I need from it. Likewise with Wicca, or [[Scientology]], or [[New Age Crap|astral projection]], . . .
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Amazon - So You'd Like To Learn About The Written Works Of L. Ron Hubbard
|| The following article was originally written for '''amazon.com.''' In 2016 Amazon removed its "So . . . movements are as controversial and disputed as [[Scientology]], and this applies equally to the history . . . of Scientology's founder, L. Ron Hubbard. Over the years, . . . Scientology has promoted Hubbard one of the greatest . . . adventurers, musicians, and leaders of all time. Scientology has published a large number of books over . . .
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American Family Foundation
_'''http://www.csj.org/''' These folks have done some good things for a fair number of people. They provide . . . Network]]'s name and identity was purchased by [[Scientology]] in late 1996, so the torch has been passed . . .
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An Introduction to Scientology
== from a critical perspective == (This Web page was founded on June 30, 1995. It was converted into . . . June 20, 2005.) Welcome to the ''Introduction to Scientology'' World Wide Web page. Designed to present . . . and the uninformed: those who have heard about Scientology [TM] and who wish to seek additional information . . . was his brain child. Perhaps you've read about Scientology in one of the many fancy publications of . . . the Church of Scientology, or perhaps you've learned about the war . . .
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Atheists and Other Troublemakers
To many religious persons, atheism is the worst state of spirituality in existence –- the absence of . . . leanings. I’ve been called an atheist by [[Scientology|Scientologists]], Christians, and even . . .
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http://www.avatarscam.com Avatar, also known as "Son of [[Scientology]]." If something can be shown to . . . in the above link. As with all previously known Scientology spin-offs, the abuse of the court system . . .
2K - last updated 2005-05-05 05:15 by Modemac
'''http://www.battlefieldearth.com''' ''This is a review of the book, not the movie.'' In regards to . . . the "love-it vs. hate-it," "[[Scientology]] vs. critics" reviews of ''Battlefield . . . state that I have been an outspoken critic of Scientology for the past several years. Nevertheless, . . . read nonetheless. In fact, it was the first of [[Scientology|L. Ron Hubbard]]'s books that I ever read: . . . guys<nowiki>")</nowiki>. Hubbard's [[Scientology]] ideas are there within the book, but . . .
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Books and Zines
While I'm certainly no slouch when it comes to reading books, and I've read my fair share, my book reading . . . Of L. Ron Hubbard]]: my own commentary on [[Scientology]] founder L. Ron Hubbard's literary career, . . . Before This Life]]?'' by L. Ron Hubbard : [[Scientology]]'s proof of the existence of past lives, . . .
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Boston Scientology Protest
Sep 8 1996, 3:00 am Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology From: mode...@tiac.net (Modemac) Date: 1996/09/08 . . . Boston protest to ''ne.general,'' and from this Scientology evidently presumed that I was some sort . . . it. But nonetheless, it was enough for Scientology to send a dead-agent packet to the Boston . . . with, "Hi Eric, how's the gay group?" Evidently Scientology has been looking at my Web page and seeing . . . little snippet of conversation on ''alt.binaries.scientology'' and ''alt.binaries.slack'' right now. . . .
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_'''http://www.cesnur.org/''' In various religion-oriented newsgroups on the Net, the term "cult apologist" . . . The Family), the [[Unification Church]], [[Scientology]], and other organizations as they portray . . .
1K - last updated 2005-05-03 10:50 by Modemac
'''http://www.chillingeffects.org''' In 2002, [[Scientology]] flexed its legal muscle and forced Google . . . to remove all references to the most famous anti-Scientology Web site, [[Operation Clambake]]. When . . . link ( which is now #2 in any Google search for "scientology" ), and they founded the Chilling Effects . . .
2K - last updated 2005-10-18 16:51 by Modemac
Christianity and Anti-Christianity
<h2>Christianity</h2> [[Aggressive Christianity Missions Training Corps]] : Every stereotype . . . was a regular newsgroup pal on ''alt.religion.scientology'' back during the days when the [[Scientology]] . . .
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Church of Scientology Home Pages
* '''[http://www.scientology.org/ www.scientology.org]''' * '''[http://www.dianetics.org/ www.dianetics.org]''' . . . are the official home pages for the Church of Scientology. (These sites are extremely graphics-heavy, . . . you will find the "official" information that Scientology wants you to know: they portray themselves . . . site seems designed to convince the reader that Scientology is the greatest force for good and truth . . . of this same World Wide Web site. It's as if Scientology is afraid of letting you go anywhere that . . .
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Citizens Commission on Human Rights
'''http://www.cchr.org''' If you're through laughing at the official [[Scientology]] Web site, get a . . . of psychiatry and psychology, because Scientology sees these fields as competition and (more . . . be criticized, but the obsessive way in which Scientology attacks them are nothing short of ludicrous. . . . The twisted, maniacally hate-ridden ranting of Scientology is revealed when you look at the CCHR's . . . information do you think you may get if you ask Scientology for information about psychiatric medications . . .
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http://www.cleanfeed.co.uk/ A UK Internet Filtering Service designed to make the Internet "safe" for . . . like "Sussex", say (*coughcoughnotunlikewhat[[Scientology]]usescough*). It was in the news recently, . . .
1K - last updated 2011-10-06 07:40 by Modemac
Cult Awareness Network
'''http://www.cultawarenessnetwork.org/''' If you want to strike off a firestorm of argument and flames . . . after the group was crushed by an avalanche of [[Scientology]] lawsuits, cult members and cult apologists . . . files, were purchased for $20,000 by a member of Scientology. The name "Cult Awareness Network" itself . . . was assumed by Scientology, and for the past ten years the Cult Awareness . . .
2K - last updated 2005-05-23 08:13 by Modemac
'''http://www.exscientologykids.com''' This site may be the best thing to happen to Scientologists and . . . This discussion forum for former members of Scientology is especially notable because of the people . . . the ''de facto'' ruler of the entire Church of Scientology), Kendra Wiseman (daughter of Bruce Wiseman, . . . the head of Scientology's anti-psychiatry group the [[Citizens . . . and Astra Woodcraft, who left the Sea Org (Scientology's elite "military" organization) after . . .
3K - last updated 2008-03-03 17:03 by Modemac
_'''http://www.gauntletpress.com/''' A lot of magazines pride themselves with taking on controversial . . . racism, child pornography, banned comic books, [[Scientology]], and many more stories that would cause . . .
1K - last updated 2005-05-03 10:51 by Modemac
Gentle Wind Project
* '''<nowiki>www.gentlewindproject.org</nowiki> (now defunct) * http://life-insights.com/Home_Page.html . . . Good "Bob," it's the [[Scientology]] of New Age cults! L. Ron Hubbard developed . . . there's another reason to compare these guys to Scientology: not only do they produce ridiculous "healing" . . .
5K - last updated 2010-01-28 09:24 by Modemac
_'''http://www.gnucleus.org/''' One of the strengths of the Internet is the way it allows users to share . . . the way the corporations make a profit. [[Scientology]] was among the first to go after the Net . . .
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Have You Lived Before This Life
Cost to obtain this book: FREE! This one came through the wonderful book-swapping service that is [[PaperBackSwap.Com]], . . . Hubbard and published by Bridge Publications, [[Scientology]]'s ego press, are ''[[All About Radiation]], . . . Hubbard statement: "We ''(the Church of [[Scientology]])'' are actually the first people that . . . death. It is one of the larger successes of Scientology." He then imitates every single past-life . . . here in this book. (Then again, if you join Scientology and spend several thousands of dollars . . .
6K - last updated 2008-03-24 20:52 by Modemac
'''http://libertyfoundationgospelministries.org''' Probably the most popular and well-known of Africa's . . . Miss Ukpabio are actually athiests. (Funny, [[Scientology]] does the same thing with its [[Religious . . .
6K - last updated 2010-07-18 18:21 by Modemac
'''http://www.insolitology.com''' The word "insolitology" was coined by Alleee and Franc (of ''[[Hellbound . . . Ron Hubbard, that crazy bastard and creator of [[Scientology]]. . . .
1K - last updated 2006-09-19 10:53 by Modemac
Is Scientology a religion
The actions of the Church of Scientology have brought a storm of criticism upon the organization. Scientologists . . . frequently compare the criticism of Scientology to the persecution of members of the Jewish . . . have broken away from the fascist control of Scientology; instead, they are applying the "tech" . . . of their own. The "official" Church of Scientology is terrified of the Free Zone and its appeal, . . . of the Church, many people would break away from Scientology and form their own individual factions . . .
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'''http://www.kabbalah.com''' Most people only know about Kabbalah because Madonna converted to it, and . . . recently voiced her support for Tom Cruise and [[Scientology]] -- and there's a good reason for this. . . .
3K - last updated 2005-07-11 11:39 by Modemac
'''http://freehenson.da.ru''' For an example of the extreme lengths [[Scientology]] has gone to attack . . . breaking point, a long time ago. Shortly after [[Scientology]]'s lawsuit was filed against Grady Ward . . . in 1996, ''[[alt.religion.scientology]]'' participant Keith Henson posted an . . . a violation of a 1971 court order stating that Scientology can no longer claim to be a medical procedure . . . healing of illness, injury, and other ailments. Scientology promptly sued Keith Henson, and after a . . .
3K - last updated 2011-10-03 19:25 by Modemac
Know Your Enemy
http://www.modemac.com/graphics/lrh.jpg Most of the material found at these Web sites is tailor-made . . . in the United States. [[An Introduction to Scientology]] : This page was created for people who've . . . heard about Scientology and want to learn the truth about the organization. . . . Scientology refuses to admit that any criticism of . . . propaganda. For a look at the information Scientology doesn't want you to learn, check out this . . .
10K - last updated 2014-06-12 08:28 by Modemac
'''http://www.landmark-education.com/''' In the late 1990s, a close relative of mine was experiencing . . . as the biggest and most notorious cult since [[Scientology]]. Thanks to the wonders of the Internet, . . . Claiming persecution by the Church of Scientology , he sold EST to his brother, Harry Rosenberg . . . continue. Unlike the organized resistance to [[Scientology]], [[Transcendental Meditation]], and other . . . that Landmark has recently begun following in [[Scientology]]'s footsteps. After maintaining a relatively . . .
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Merchants of Chaos
This term has been used by the Church of [[Scientology]] to describe its chosen enemies -- because, as . . . and the power of banned books. [[The Church of Scientology vs. the Net]] Rev. Billy and the [[Church . . .
3K - last updated 2012-06-06 07:44 by Modemac
Here is my confession: in 1986 I bought a paperback copy of L. Ron Hubbard's ''[[Battlefield Earth]]'' . . . book. (This was before I'd learned about [[Scientology]].) The first half of the book bogged down . . . ''Time'' magazine published its famous expose of Scientology and Hubbard in May of 1991 [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_thriving_cult_of_greed_and_power]...and . . . deciding that I should find out for myself what Scientology was all about, I found a copy of ''L. Ron . . . has been nearly two decades of opposition to Scientology. But that story is for another time. As . . .
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Mission Earth - An Alien Affair
It's interesting to look at the [http://www.amazon.com/s/102-0262405-1294500?ie=UTF8&tag=mozilla-20&index=blended&link_code=qs&field-keywords=%26%2334%3Bmission%20earth%26%2334%3B&sourceid=Mozilla-search . . . by a massive psychiatric conspiracy, and only Scientology (and its founder Hubbard) can free the . . . promotes a world view that exists only within Scientology. When I first read these books in the 1990s, . . .
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Mission Earth - Death Quest
''Death Quest'' may be where L. Ron Hubbard's interminable ''[[Mission Earth]]'' series reaches its nadir, . . . (Once again, this mirrors a commonly used Scientology tactic: attack your chosen enemy with the . . .
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Mission Earth - Disaster
Book #8 of this ten-book "dekalogy" is the best part of the whole ''[[Mission Earth]]'' series. After . . . after subplots (while interlacing the story with Scientology-influenced ranting against psychiatry, . . .
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Mission Earth - Fortune of Fear
The paperback version of this book shows a roulette wheel, as a way of hinting at the episode in this . . . because this particular book in the [[Scientology]]-influenced ''[[Mission Earth]]'' series . . .
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Mission Earth - The Doomed Planet
Praise "Bob," we finally finished the series! Ten volumes of "satire" by L. Ron Hubbard, founder of Scientology . . . psychiatry (referred to as "the psychs" within Scientology), then the evils of drugs and perverted . . . to the worldview expressed by the Church of [[Scientology]] -- which was founded by L. Ron Hubbard? . . .
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Mission Earth - The Enemy Within
You mean you've actually made it to the third book in this series? I congratulate you for your stamina, . . . the Rockecenter Corporation, and the Church of [[Scientology]] are uncanny...especially with the idea . . .
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Mission Earth - The Invaders Plan
'''"One of the great embarassments of modern science fiction..."''' That's how the ''Encyclopedia of . . . "satire" is a thinly disguised commercial for [[Scientology]], as author L. Ron Hubbard plunges us . . . just happens to be exactly what Scientology is raving about. The "satirical" world . . . hidden forever. (That sounds suspiciously like Scientology's own efforts to keep the story of [[Xenu]] . . . to the extreme. I pity the poor souls deluded by Scientology...but as for Hubbard's "satirical" look . . .
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Mission Earth - Voyage of Vengeance
If this book is "science fiction at its very best," then I'm ready to give up the genre and read nothing . . . his servants dubbed the "Sea Org," the elite of Scientology. He spent time sneaking around the Mediterranean, . . . coming ashore, and hatching plots to expand Scientology in the Middle East and Africa. Most notable . . .
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|| [[image:modemac.jpg]] || [[image:modemac-furry.jpg]] || Hated by conspiracy theorists, pagans, and . . . various religious cults ranging from [[Scientology]] to [[SubGenius]], E.W. Modemac represents . . .
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* '''http://www.narconon.org''' * '''http://narcodex.ca/Wiki/Main_Page''' The Church of [[Scientology]] . . . officially [http://www.rickross.com/reference/scientology/narconon/narconon25.html recommended all . . . * [http://www.crackpots.org/ NarCONon _IS_ Scientology] In late 2006, a Narconnon facility in . . .
3K - last updated 2007-02-05 10:27 by Modemac
'''http://www.naturalnews.com''' If any news story out there is related to "environmental" news, or especially . . . [[Citizens Commission on Human Rights]], the [[Scientology]] front group.) * "Don't vaccinate your . . .
3K - last updated 2008-08-11 12:39 by Modemac
Online Encyclopedia of Weirdness Celebrates Fifth Anniversary
BOSTON, February 25, 2010: A online "directory of the differently-saned" is celebrating its fifth anniversary . . . as one of the top ten Google searches for "[[Scientology]]," and it is included in the list of Web . . . of various controversies involving the Church of Scientology and its war against the Internet; the net.kooks . . .
6K - last updated 2010-02-25 09:53 by Modemac
Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance
_'''http://www.religioustolerance.org/''' Yet another problem with the topic of so-called "comparative . . . and more controversial organziations (such as [[Scientology]] or the [[Unification Church]]), these . . .
2K - last updated 2005-05-03 10:52 by Modemac
'''http://www.xenu.net/''' If you must visit only one Web site to learn about [[Scientology]], this is . . . Heldal-Lund, appeared on ''[[alt.religion.scientology]]'' from out of nowhere in 1996, at the . . . of the secret "[[Xenu|upper level]]" writings of Scientology over the Internet. He had read about Scientology . . . in its efforts to present the truth to about Scientology to the world. This Web site has been repeatedly . . . and Andreas has repeatedly thumbed his nose at Scientology. His guest book is especially interesting: . . .
2K - last updated 2006-10-16 17:13 by Modemac
If you look at the statements made about the Internet by the Church of Scientology, you will notice a . . . do they mention the name ''[[alt.religion.scientology]]''. These publications only use the vague . . . of the Net. They know that the ''truth'' about Scientology is being sent to the world through this . . . the information continues to flow. The image of Scientology is so soiled on the Internet that they . . . After all, the Net may be all but closed to Scientology now, but does that really matter in the . . .
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Other Religious Weirdness
http://www.modemac.com/graphics/ancient.jpg === Cult Apologists and Anti-Cult Apologists === [[Aghori]] . . . or "spiritual" beliefs. [[AvatarScam]] -- Son of Scientology. : Spin-offs from the Scientology syndicate . . .
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PGP -- Pretty Good Privacy
Here's a book that deserves to be on ''your'' bookshelf! [[PGP]] is the best damn encryption program . . . there (it's so good that even the Church of [[Scientology]] and the FBI can't crack it), but the . . .
1K - last updated 2005-05-19 09:50 by Modemac
Psychiatry - An Industry of Death
'''http://www.cchr.org/museum.html%23/museum/intro#/museum/intro''' After viewing the [[Creation Museum]] . . . California and take a look at the Church of [[Scientology]]'s grand exhibit: '''''Psychiatry: An . . . Industry of Death'''!'' (However, while Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard's name is prominent . . . place, there are very few actual references to "Scientology" here. Instead, the exhibit is officially . . . promoted by Scientology's anti-psychiatry front group, the [[Citizens . . .
4K - last updated 2011-03-09 05:36 by Modemac
Religious Freedom Watch
'''http://www.religiousfreedomwatch.org''' The Church of [[Scientology]] proclaims that it is an innocent . . . psychologists, and deprogrammers. Critics of Scientology accuse the organization of being a dangerous, . . . its enemies. The vindictive, spiteful nature of Scientology is best revealed by looking at the many . . . for attacking his enemies. The methods used by Scientology ("Fair Game," "Expose hidden crimes" ) . . . best sites on the Web to view the true nature of Scientology.) Very few Scientology-affiliated Web sites . . .
3K - last updated 2007-05-10 16:59 by Modemac
Repo Man (c) 1984 Directed and Written by Alex Cox Stealing cars, chaos, and punk rock. Repo Man follows . . . many reach. There are also several references to Scientology and Dianetics sprinkled in to the mix, . . .
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[[image:magdalen.jpg]] '''September 24, 2010:''' The final deadline of September 22, 2010 came and went . . . Gods as [[NHGH]] and [[G'Broagfran]].) These [[Scientology]]-like tactics have succeeded in bringing . . .
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'''http://www.spews.org''' Spammers hate these guys. I mean, they ''really'' hate these guys. SPEWS is . . . Internet (even worse than the ''alt.religion.scientology'' attacks!). Tread lightly into NANAE, . . .
2K - last updated 2005-05-06 23:47 by Modemac
'''http://www.scientology.org''' Of all the weird religious cults to appear on the Net, the one you're . . . likely to hear the most about is Scientology. That's because the "church" of Scientology . . . the organization. A wealth of information about Scientology exists on the Net, such as in the [http://www.modemac.com/cos . . . Introduction to Scientology] page. Of course, it wouldn't be fair if . . . Note how this site is tailor-made to present Scientology as a bastion of goodness and purity...while . . .
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Scientology and the Legal System
These documents contain stories and testimonials by former members of the Church of Scientology, taken . . . oath in the course of various trials involving Scientology within the past few years. The stories . . . your stomach and curl your hair. The Church of Scientology does not want you to read these documents! . . . Jesse Prince] ''[http://www.eff.org/legal/cases/Scientology_cases/ Legal Cases - Church of Scientology]'': . . . was raided by lawyers and representatives of Scientology in February of 1995, a plea for help was . . .
5K - last updated 2006-09-23 00:33 by Modemac
Scumbags Spammers and Scammers
The groups listed on this page differ from other [[Know Your Enemy|people we love to hate]] largely because . . . : A "psychic" with a TV show. [[Narconon]] : The Scientology-run "purification" run promoted by Tom . . .
3K - last updated 2011-10-06 12:42 by Modemac
September 11, 1857. The settlers from Missouri were leaving the Utah Territories when they were attacked, . . . Still, one wonders why people are so skeered of Scientology when there are Mormons out there. . . .
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Southern Poverty Law Center
'''http://www.splcenter.org''' Morris Dees' legal firm was founded in 1969 to tackle racial issues in . . . slimmest of threads. It reminds me of the way [[Scientology]] attacks its critics with the law. (Rev. . . .
3K - last updated 2010-05-17 12:45 by Modemac
Talk about Citizens Commission on Human Rights
Add your comment here. (Please sign in with your Username and Password.) Scientology, psychiatry... two . . .
1K - last updated 2009-02-04 05:43 by Onan the Unmentionable
Talk about The War between Scientology and the Internet
#REDIRECT [[Talk about Scientology]] . . .
1K - last updated 2005-08-18 16:44 by Modemac
Talk about Wikipedia
-- The collective mind-mass of Wikipedia editors is a strange and frightening thing. Here's proof: The . . . entry. For example, a Scientologist who edits a Scientology page saying 'This is true! I'm a primary . . .
4K - last updated 2011-10-08 04:20 by Modemac
Temple of Set
'''http://www.xeper.org''' In the same way that the vast nebulous world of "fandom" has its own anal-retentive . . . on the Internet in the late 1990s, using "Scientology-like tactics." [http://groups.google.ca/group/alt.satanism/msg/9e958c3bea0e5a15?q=%22michael+aquino%22+scientology&hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&rnum=1] . . .
2K - last updated 2007-10-23 16:36 by Modemac
'''http://tinyurl.com/37wtyu''' -- watch the film on Google Video * http://www.bretthanover.com * [http://video.google.com/videosearch?q=%22The+Bridge%22+scientology&page=1&so=0&lr= . . . About one month ago, a low-budget movie about Scientology was made available on the Web entitled . . . the film's release, Net users wondered whether Scientology would do the same thing they did when a . . . film. I am no longer supporting it." Well-known Scientology critic Mark Bunker (the founder and maintainer . . . his own blog]. He suggests that Scientology used a tried-and-true tactic that has been . . .
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The Church of Scientology vs. the Net
_'''http://www2.thecia.net/users/rnewman/scientology/home.html''' The Church of [[Scientology]] is attempting . . . flows around the world on the Net faster than Scientology can stop it, and the truth about Scientology . . . of research material on the war being waged by Scientology against the Internet, as well as a tremendous . . . covering the debacle. Anyone doing research into Scientology's background will find this site invaluable. . . .
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The Raelian Movement
'''http://www.rael.org''' In 1973, a French auto racing writer hit upon the great idea of proclaiming . . . as part of the big rally held by the Church of [[Scientology]] in October of 1997. They're also firm . . .
4K - last updated 2009-08-26 08:43 by Modemac
The Skeptic Tank
'''http://www.skeptictank.org/''' Reverend Frederic Rice (see [[Damoclese]]) is one of the most well-known . . . * http://PerkinsTragedy.org -- Another [[Scientology]] death * http://www.rightard.org/ -- The . . . -- Mr. Robert Minton, one-time anti-[[Scientology]] abuse hero * http://www.cosvm.org/ -- . . . [[Scientology]] disrupts relief efforts after 9/11 * . . . http://www.fairgamed.org/ -- [[Scientology]]'s infamous "Fair Game" policy * http://www.keithhenson.org/ . . .
2K - last updated 2007-02-05 16:53 by Modemac
The War between Scientology and the Internet
=== Notable Magazine and Newspaper Articles=== [http://www.discord.org/~lippard/skeptic/03.3.jl-jj-scientology.html . . . Skeptic Magazine article: Scientology v. the Internet] by Jim Lippard and Jeff . . . Jacobsen : Why is the battle between Scientology and the Internet being waged so fiercely? . . . on the Usenet newsgroup ''[[alt.religion.scientology]]'' in the early days of late 1994 and . . . early 1995, why so many people are opposing Scientology, and what the organization did to provoke . . .
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'''http://www.xenu.de''' Hailing from Germany, the mysterious '''Tilman Hausherr''' has been a long-time . . . Internet warrior against religious cults ([[Scientology]] in particular), hate, and sheer idiocy. . . . the oldest participants in the ''[[alt.religion.scientology]]'' newsgroup, having been there since . . . its earliest days long before the online Scientology wars went mainstream. Tilman's tenacity . . .
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It's a sad testament to the growth and popularity of the Internet -- and the forces of the Conspiracy . . . distributed worldwide. The Church of [[Scientology]] found this out in 1994 and 1995, when . . . were posted to the newsgroup ''[[alt.religion.scientology]],'' and they have never been able to wipe . . .
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_'''http://www.watchman.org/''' A Christian outreach group that aimes to reach people "lost in the darkness . . . doing a fair job of spreading the word about [[Scientology]]'s war against the Internet (and other . . .
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Way Way Out There
...Okay, this section is for those groups and individuals who scare even me. I don't know ''how'' to . . . [[Xenu]] : The infamous Galactic Overlord of [[Scientology]]. . . .
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What is Scientology
These days, no matter where you go on the Net, you're likely to see someone talking about the Church . . . of Scientology. You've probably heard of Scientology and . . . to a multinational organization. The Church of Scientology has put copies of ''Dianetics'' into nearly . . . offer free "personality tests" to people, and Scientology is also active in the fight against drugs. . . . But if you ask about Scientology anywhere on the Internet, you are likely . . .
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'''http://wikileaks.org/''' In a manner similar to [[Cryptome]], this site is dedicated to exposing hidden, . . . the United States military, the Church of [[Scientology]], and various European and Asian governments...and . . .
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'''http://wikiscanner.virgil.gr''' Ahhh, [[Wikipedia]], the great online encyclopedia. Where you can . . . information about him. Even the Church of [[Scientology]] was caught editing many Scientology-related . . .
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'''http://www.witchschool.com''' When pagans, spellcasters, astrologers, psychics, and other New Agers . . . that the Witch School is actually a front for [[Scientology]].) . . .
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* '''http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~dst/OTIII/index.html''' * '''http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xenu''' [[Scientology]] . . . these statements. Of all the inner workings of Scientology, the most secret and the most volatile . . . and their importance to the religious aspects of Scientology -- and its compatibility with other religious . . . exposed far and wide, especially recently, and Scientology spokespersons have tried to rationalize . . . The appeal of Xenu (especially to critics of Scientology) isn’t really rooted in the (lousy) science . . .
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The eye of the hurricane, and the home of what is being called the greatest Usenet flame war of all. . . . newsgroup for yourself, and see the Church of Scientology in action, battling its critics and refusing . . . read the answers, and decide for yourself if Scientology is indeed the benevolent organization its . . . members say it is. Newcomers to ''alt.religion.scientology'' may be dismayed by the chaotic, violent . . . why alt.religion.scientology is so noisy ]. : (Update: in August of . . .
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_'''http://ex-cult.org/''' This Web site is an excellent link to information about many different cults. . . . of critical information on organizations like [[Scientology]], [[Transcendental Meditation]], the [[Boston . . .
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