EXCLUSIVE: Ron Miscavige- Scientology Is A Money Making Scheme

EXCLUSIVE: Ron Miscavige- Scientology Is A Money Making Scheme

We recently spoke extensively to Ron Miscavige, whose son David is the Chairman of the Board of the Church of Scientology. In our conversation, Ron detailed how there is no relief in Scientology- something he thinks a religion should give you- and how, in his opinion, it is a money making scheme.

“A church as far as I’m concerned is a religion,” Ron exclusively detailed to us. “Maybe it should offer you some relief for life because sometimes life can be tough.”

“And there is no relief in scientology other than in the early stage- they would give you auditing- at the lower part of the bridge was very good,” he added.

“In the book, I describe how if they wanted to salvage this, they would just take the lower part of the bridge and put decent prices on it, knocks off disconnection… and they might survive,” he elaborated. “But once you start getting into the upper OT (operating theta) levels where they promise you to be a super being, that you could leave your body as a spiritual being and go to Germany and read a newspaper- it’s bulls**t. It’s never been delivered. It’s never been delivered to anybody. So that’s where it changes from learning about communication, interpersonal relationships where you can be more effective in life into you chasing the carrot in life, thinking it’s not about how you’re going to become a supernatural being. They’ve never delivered it.”

“It seems like a money making scheme because it is one,” he wrapped with saying. “That’s the best way to put it.”

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  1. UltraworldNovember 16, 2017 at 1:13 PM

    Exclusive? This book’s been out since May. That Scientology is a money-making scheme has been common knowledge for well over 25 yrs.

  2. TheUltraworldNovember 9, 2017 at 4:52 AM

    Another book? We believe you, Scientology is a get rich quick scam started by a pulp fiction writer. Leah Remini’s TV show about the “Church” gave ’em both barrels. Anyone who joins at this point forward gets what they deserve because it’s pretty easy to investigate them.

  3. hectorOctober 7, 2017 at 6:50 PM

    dont trust people that their entire life is being a professional anti-anything. same thing with anti mormons, anti catholics, etc

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