After several years of planning David Miscavige announced a series of new Continental, or Ideal Narconon drug rehab facilities at the Scientology New Year’s Eve event in January 2015, and the first one to open will be Narconon Europe on September 5th. The facility is the former Arresøhøj conference center on the banks of Lake Arresø in Denmark. The invitation says Copenhagen (in Italian), but the center is 30 miles from the city in Helsinge, Northern Zealand.
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Amber Lopez from the Tampa Ideal Org has completed the HCO Area Secretary Full Hat at Flag Land Base in Clearwater. The Hubbard Communications Office has departments for Inspection & Reports, Routing & Personnel, and Communications. Lopez returned to Tampa this week to run all three.
Sarah Zimmatore has completed Problems Release at the London Ideal Org.
Ya Ying has completed Solo Auditor 1 at the Taipei, Taiwan Mission.
Mei Ling Chen (left) was among those who received dishes bearing the logo of The Way to Happiness at the Taipei Mission. The dinnerware was distributed to those who paid for copies of the booklet to be distributed to the public.
Huang Zhixian has completed the Student Hat at the Kaohsiung, Taiwan Ideal Org.
Luting Hua has also completed the Student Hat at Kaohsiung.
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Scientology front group the Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) held the opening of an exhibit today at the Alexander Korobchinskogo Art Center in Odessa, Ukraine. The center is a renovated rubber factory, and the exhibit entitled “Psychiatry – Industry of Death” runs until September 25th.
The exhibition is designed to realize the right of everyone to voluntary informed consent in psychiatry, when people are exposed to any interference in their body, they are required to obtain complete information about the methods of diagnosis, causes and consequences of the intervention. Currently, the vast majority of cases, patients are deprived of such a right of psychiatrists.
We’re pretty sure John Travolta wouldn’t mind being in this ad for the Scientology Personality Test at the Polanco Org in Mexico City, but Nicholas Cage might. The ad translates roughly as “find out who you really are with a personality test.” The test is the Oxford Capacity Analysis (OCA) test, a series of odd questions that when graphed always indicate that Scientology can help you with your problems. Below is the original movie poster for Face/Off, the 1997 film about an FBI agent and a terrorist who have face transplants and impersonate each other.
Up for auction on Ebay is a 45 single published by Bridge Publications, a subsidiary of Scientology. We don’t know the A-side, a song entitled Hey, Bud Clark, but we’re sure it relates to the B-side, entitled Battle Of Portland 1985, a song commemorating the protests by Scientologists in Portland during the case of Julie Christofferson Titchbourne, who won and then lost a $39 million judgment against the church.
The video below contains the song Battle Of Portland 1985, as well as televised coverage of various religious figures supporting the Scientology cause. We wonder what happened to them all. The song is performed by Scientologist Jon Batson.
The Seattle Ideal Org is hosting an event on August 29th to oppose a bill in the U.S. Congress that they claim will eliminate the need for clinical trials for new drugs or brain implants.
Join us on Saturday, 29 August at the Seattle Ideal Org for one of our most important IAS events ever. You will be briefed on a bill recently passed by the US House of Representatives that has the purpose of making it very easy for Big Pharma and Psychs to get new drugs, ECT, brain implants and other “treatments” approved by the FDA and into use rapidly by effectively eliminating the need for any trials or tests to demonstrate effectiveness. The bill goes to the Senate soon for approval and now is the time for all Scientologists to stand together and stop it. Special guest Jackson Wyan from the IAS will be here to brief us and there will be a light dinner at 6PM followed by the event at 7PM…this is one event not to miss. Tell your friends, bring your posse and we will see you here at the org on Saturday the 29th of August.
We believe the bill is H.R. 6, the 21st Century Cures Act, which passed the House on July 10th, had 230 co-sponsors, and has been referred to committee in the Senate. The act has supporters, who say drugs can come to market sooner with the use of adaptive trials, and detractors who claim patient safety is being sacrificed by using more case studies and fewer randomized trials in the approval process.
One of Scientology’s goals is literally a drug-free world. Not just illegal or recreational drugs, but all medical drugs should be eliminated from society as well. Nobody except Scientology is worried that this Act would lead to abuse of brain implants, which are used to treat epilepsy, Parkinson’s Disease, and depression. Implants in Scientology can mean devices in the brain, or it can mean implanted memories that should be removed in the auditing process during the OT levels.
Staff of the Taipei, Taiwan Mission in the Starlight Ballroom aboard the Freewinds created a clay demo to add reality to their plans to open an Ideal Org.
The staff of Narconon Taiwan celebrates following their victory in Birthday Game statistics for the week.
The Fort Harrison Hotel in Clearwater, Florida is hosting a Carribean night of food and dancing on September 19th. General seating is $75 per person or $500 for a table. VIP seating is $150 per seat, or $1,000 per table. The event promises to explain why L. Ron Hubbard loved Puerto Rico, a reference to his references in the book Mission Into Time to the West Indies Minerals Survey, of which there is no record with the US Geological Survey or the Puerto Rican Department of Natural Resources. It has been speculated that Hubbard was simply panning for gold and there was no survey conducted.
The Scientology front group Foundation for a Drug-Free World set up a tent at the beach at Barletta, Italy yesterday. The Foundation goes by the name Dico No Alla Droga in Italian, or We Say No To Drugs. Anti-drug literature and T-shirts were distributed to passers-by and shopkeepers. Barletta is city of about 100,000 on the Adriatic Sea, and is not near any major cities. The Scientologists who participated include the staff of the Barletta Scientology Mission.
Below is a photo of the Barletta Mission.