A Day of Entheta
While I was busy yesterday getting the Vince Daniels show up on YouTube, Arnie Lerma was even busier dueling with Scientology spokesperson Sylvia Stanard on a Chicago-based radio show, The J. T. Foxx Show.
The show is one of the rare examples in recent years when Scientology has brave enough to allow a representative to appear alongside a critic. It used to happen far more frequently in the past but after several disastrous shows, including one where Scientology “President” Heber Jenztsch actually went berserk and grabbed a microphone, trying to silence former member Dennis Erlich and the then-head of the old Cult Awareness Network, Priscilla Coates, Scientology decided not to confront people who actually had facts which could be presented.
In this show, Sylvia tries to deny once again the existence of Xenu and the mythology of OTIII. “It’s not in any of the books,” she claims. True. The OIII information is in a folder, presented to you when you reach that upper level. This is what they call an “acceptable truth.” There’s elements of truth to the statement but at it’s base is a lie. Former Scientology executive, Robert Vaughn Young explained Scientology tactics used in dealing with the media.
The story of Xenu is important because every move Scientology makes from the moment they meet you on the street offering a “stress test,” sign you up for a business management course, help you kick drugs through Narconon or whatever other fraudulent means they use to get you into Scientology, is leading you directly onto the “Bridge to Total Freedom.”
The pressure is constant to move you up the bridge to become an OT. They are leading you directly to Xenu and the entire concept of body thetans. The fact that they refuse to admit that all of our problems stem from having been blown up in a volcano is a case a fraud, clear and simple. It’s bait and switch, which is what radio hosts and their listeners need to be told.
Scientology lies about what lies ahead. They lie because they want your money for expensive courses or they want you to join staff and work for peanuts to service the people who can afford the expensive courses. And they lie because they know exactly how insane the truth sounds to people who haven’t been indoctrinated by years of Scientology “training.”
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