Scientology


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a new religion founded by L

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25, 2016, photo shows the Scientology Cross perched atop the Church of Scientology in Los Angeles.
A tweet on Sunday from the Scientology TV account says, "It's time for us to tell our story.
To be included in the next Fort Harrison tour, or for more information about community events held at the Fort Harrison, please contact Amber Skjelset, Manager of the Scientology Information Center at (727) 467-6966 or email amber@cos.
It provides a good deal of information about Scientology and it allows spokespersons for Scientology to offer explanations of their practices and to deny what others say about the negative aspects of Scientology.
The documents it forged were so convincing that she was indicted in 1973 and was fully exonerated only when the FBI, acting on a tip, raided Scientology offices and discovered the plot against her in 1977.
Graeme Wilson, spokesman for the Church of Scientology in the UK, said the Church of Scientology still have plans for the building.
She added: "I think celebrities are more inclined to be egocentric and Scientology caters for that - you're your own God.
As it turned out, Scientology had Hill in its crosshairs long before 1983.
The German equivalent of the FBI, the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (the Bundesamt fur Verfassungshutz, or BfV), has been monitoring Scientology since 1997.
She seems to have been raised in Scientology, so if the judge comes in and gives custody to Katie Holmes, she can change (Suri's) religion.
And they sent me to this 18-year-old kid who said, 'We're going to put you on this programme, we're going to give you vitamins and minerals, give you dianetics [a Scientology counselling programme] and that will fix it'.
Ron Hubbard in the 1950s has mushroomed into the influential and fabulously profitable Church of Scientology under the auspices of the authoritarian David Miscavige, who assumed control after Hubbard's death in 1986.
Mr Pickles said local authorities should look at the rulings of the Charity Commission, which in 1999 ruled Scientology was not a religion, and rejected its registration as a charity.
Summary: A Paris court convicted the Church of Scientology of fraud and fined it more than $900,000 on Tuesday but stopped short of banning the group as several prosecutors had demanded.
WASHINGTON * Wikipedia, the user-edited Internet encyclopedia, has banned the Church of Scientology from editing entries about the controversial religion.