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The so-called "church" of Scientology is registered with the internal Revenue
Service as a charitable religious organization. But anyone that has taken the time to
research its activities and/or its history via search engines, Wikipedia, and/or
YouTube, can readily attest that as a religious movement, Scientology is not only a
fake church, but also a menace to society.

However, folks interested in extra terrestrial stuff would probably like the story of
Scientology's gods. I use the term "gods" loosely because the movement doesn't
actually recognize what normal people regard as a deity.

L.Ron Hubbard, founder of Scientology, started out as an author of pulp science
fiction novels for a penny per word. One day he came to the conclusion that the
real money was in religion, especially if it had a non-profit tax exemption.

Well; last time I looked, the net worth of just the top three of Scientology's upwards
of thirty entities— Scientology International, the Flag Service Organization, and the
Church Of Spiritual Technology —is in the neighborhood of 1.5 billion dollars. The
personal net worth of David Miscavige, Scientology's current head, is rumored to be
somewhere around 50 million. It's very curious how a supposedly non-profit church,
and it's head, amassed such fortunes.
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Scientology is really wacky, a true cult. I live near their Clearwater Fl. main campus, and it is always odd to go over there. They own a large percentage of the land in downtown Clearwater, and their dominance is not good for the community. They have updated and replaced a lot of the buildings, but because of their dominance the whole town is just....off.
 
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