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Posted on Fri, Oct 06, 2006 16:02

All religions started out as cults then they grew as stupid, ignorant, even crazy people became members or were forced to do so and so they became mainstream religions.



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Posted on Thu, Aug 24, 2006 21:10

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katiegrlK2B write:
JOHNNYBRAVO_CDN write:
Unfortunately I have lost religion. I believe in Karma and I live my life that way. Always good to others and treat everyone with the respect they deserve. I believe religion are for people who are affraid of dying. People want to believe in something after death. I'd like to believe there is something...but I have seen no proof.


So, you aren't afraid of dying, Johnny?
Do you believe you go to a better place or something else?

BTW ... Scientology was created by fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard. It is not a legitimate religion in origin. I'm a writer too, but I'd hate to think anything that came out of my imaginative, nutsy, goofy head would be turned into a major, global religion with Tom Cruise as the "Dalai Lama" of it!

IS THERE such a thing as a "legitimate religion"?


You know what I mean.



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Posted on Wed, Jul 05, 2006 14:33

Whether it is because of Scientology, or despite it, Cruise does need help! Get him some acting lessons before he drags poor Dakota down with him!



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Posted on Thu, Jun 01, 2006 18:56

Well, as someone who was asked to join the group multiple times (heck even today one of their consultants left me a voice mail) I can tell you, that it is brainwashing and I like to talk about it as "guilt related therapy or trauma."

See people have things that are clandestine and the Auditors push to get it out of you, which in my opinion, is a means of using this against you.

If work out here, you know that pretty much half this industry is not straight, but they keep somehow telling people that Hollywood is Anti-Gay, which makes no sense considering so many are.

Anyway, I've probably said too much and they'll probably be calling me tonight, asking me if I feel despressed, but any person who believes in a Christian God (which I do) could never be able to become a Scientologist.

If I feel the pledge of allegiance is propaganda, what do you think I feel about their organization?



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Posted on Mon, May 01, 2006 12:30

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Well Tom Cruise is slowly going insane, but at least he scored Katie Holmes. If I start a sci-fi cult, are you all in? Money money money moneeeey!!


Pete, I'm in if I can be a goddess in the cult! :)


Awww Katie you are a goddess already. You don't need a cult.



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Posted on Mon, May 01, 2006 12:01

Hey KatieGirl. I dont worry about it. I know it's inevitable and the longer I can stay here the better. Do I think we go to a better place? That would be nice and I'd like to believe that but I have no proof so I doubt it.

Tom Cruise changed his wifes name now, it's not Katie, it's now Kate. He said Katie was a childs name and now she is a mother.

Tom, get a life!



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Posted on Sun, Apr 30, 2006 23:07

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Well Tom Cruise is slowly going insane, but at least he scored Katie Holmes. If I start a sci-fi cult, are you all in? Money money money moneeeey!!


Pete, I'm in if I can be a goddess in the cult! :)



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Posted on Sun, Apr 30, 2006 23:03

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Unfortunately I have lost religion. I believe in Karma and I live my life that way. Always good to others and treat everyone with the respect they deserve. I believe religion are for people who are affraid of dying. People want to believe in something after death. I'd like to believe there is something...but I have seen no proof.


So, you aren't afraid of dying, Johnny?
Do you believe you go to a better place or something else?

BTW ... Scientology was created by fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard. It is not a legitimate religion in origin. I'm a writer too, but I'd hate to think anything that came out of my imaginative, nutsy, goofy head would be turned into a major, global religion with Tom Cruise as the "Dalai Lama" of it!



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Posted on Fri, Apr 21, 2006 17:17

Unfortunately I have lost religion. I believe in Karma and I live my life that way. Always good to others and treat everyone with the respect they deserve. I believe religion are for people who are affraid of dying. People want to believe in something after death. I'd like to believe there is something...but I have seen no proof.



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Posted on Tue, Apr 18, 2006 10:14

It is bull sh*t. I used to take an anti depressant, so I was completely turned off by the whole "scientology" blogney to begin with. If you ask me, i think it is a "religion" for people who don't know who they are, and need a LOT of help.



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Posted on Sat, Sep 10, 2005 10:09

I read Dianetics many years ago while I was on my personal quest to understand where I really stood in the grand scheme of things. I also acquired my first Bible in the process.

I can't say I got hooked on the concept of Scientology but it sure was an interesting read.

  


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