Scientology Survey

Yet another inbox surprise Scientologists are receiving:

Dear ****** area Scientologists,

I need your help. Below is a survey that I need to get done. It is for the marketing of our Ideal Org. The surveys need to be done by Scientologists in the area. I need to get a total of 100 done. This is an easy way for you to help the Ideal Org project.

.

ARC

“Bill” (Not his real name)
————————————————————————————————————————————————————

1. WHAT CONCERN DO YOU HAVE IN YOUR LIFE WHICH YOU’D LIKE TO REMEDY?

2. WHAT IN YOUR LIFE REALLY NEEDS CHANGE THE MOST?

3. IF YOU COULD BE ANYTHING, WHAT WOULD YOU WANT TO BE?

4. WHAT WOULD HAVE TO HAPPEN FOR YOU TO BE THAT?

5. IF YOU COULD DO ANYTHING, WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO DO?

6. WHAT WOULD HAVE TO HAPPEN FOR YOU TO DO THAT?

7. IF YOU COULD HAVE ANYTHING, WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO HAVE?

8. WHAT WOULD HAVE TO HAPPEN FOR YOU TO HAVE THAT?

YOUR AGE:
___A. UNDER 18
___B. 18-24
___C. 25-34
___D. 35-44
___E. 45-54
___F. 55-64
___G. 65 OR MORE

ARE YOU:
___A. MALE
___B. FEMALE

YOUR HIGHEST EDUCATION LEVEL:
____A. LESS THAN HIGH SCHOOL
____B. HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE
____C. SOME COLLEGE
____D. COLLEGE GRADUATE
____E. OTHER (PLS SPECIFY): ________

WHAT IS YOUR CURRENT OCCUPATION?
A. PROFESSIONAL ____ B. BUSINESS OWNER/ SELF EMPLOYED ____
C. EXECUTIVE/MANAGER D. HEALTHCARE ____
E. SECRETARY/ CLERICAL____ F. RELIGIOUS/ MINISTER ____
G. TEACHER/ PROFESSOR H. MILITARY ____
I. RESTAURANT/HOTEL ____ J. BUSINESS/FINANCE ____
K. MANUAL ____ L. SALES/MARKETING ____
M. ARTS/ENTERTAINMENT ____ N. TECHNICAL/ ENGINEERING/ COMPUTERS ____
O. STUDENT ____ P. HOMEMAKER ____
Q. RETIRED ____ R. NONE ____
S. OTHER ______

WHAT IS YOUR YEARLY INCOME?
____A. UNDER $25,000
____B. $25,000 – $49,999
____C. $50,000 – $74,999
____D. $75,000 – $99,999
____E. $100,000 – $150,000
____F. OVER $150,000

PROCESSING LEVEL:
____A. NONE
____B. PRE-CLEAR
____C. CLEAR
____D. PRE-OT (OT I – OT VII)
____E. NEW OT VIII

HIGHEST TRAINING LEVEL:
____A. NONE
____B. DIVISION 6 COURSES (BEGINNING COURSES)
____C. M1/TRS & OBJECTIVES
____D. STUDENT HAT
____E. PRO TRS/UPPER INDOC TRS
____F. PRO METERING
____G. ACADEMY LEVELS (0-IV) (ANY OF THEM)
____H. CLASS V AUDITOR
____I. CLASS V GRADUATE AUDITOR
____J. ON OR COMPLETED SHSBC
____K. CL VIII
____L. OTHER (PLEASE SPECIFY): _____________

WHAT SERVICE ARE YOU ON CURRENTLY? ________________________

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7 Comments on “Scientology Survey”

  1. Josh Says:

    Hmmmmmmm….I wonder why they need to know your income?

  2. Dissenting voice Says:

    I know all the cool kids like to be in the ‘in’ crowd by stating the obvious like how they ask about income, but, that question is on practically every survey I’ve ever taken. That’s not a Scientology thing – it’s an America thing.

    The truth is Scientology doesn’t really care what your income is. Why? Because if you’re broke, and you find a way to pay for your courses, then you’re good with the Church. Even when that means selling your car or house, begging, borrowing, or stealing. Anything to take that next step on the bridge to total freedom.

    What I find more intriguing is Scientology’s little hooks in the questionairre itself – If you could be anything, what would you be? What would have to happen for you to become that? Etc. If I didn’t know what I know, I’d totally think the writers of the questionairre really did want to help me become the best me I coud be. I think it’s easy to forget that most scientologists are smart, warm, compassionate, idealistic people who are blinded (and who eventually blind themselves) to the horrors and abuses around them. I often feel like I lucked out by learning of the Church’s dark side before I heard their sales pitch. I, too, might have fallen prey.

  3. XENU TV Says:

    I’m not sure it’s on most church surveys, however.

  4. Xchidna Says:

    “IF YOU COULD DO ANYTHING, WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO DO?”

    Leave Scientology.

    Oh wait, they can’t help you do that!

  5. General Public AYS Says:

    ‘Dissenting voice’-

    I don’t think you can be “…smart, warm and compassionate” when your ideals are mapped out and enforced by a criminal thought system. In reality you are being dim and ambitious -as well as cold and thoughtless to those who reject your deluded ideals.

    If it were otherwise there would exist debate and freedom of expression within a scientologists life. WE can be ‘smart warm and compassionate’ when we deal with THEM but to afford them the same capacities is wrong. They can have the potential to be so and may even be that way ‘inclined’ but they can only truly exercise these virtues when they wake up and leave.

    To be a scientologist is to live an immoral life. Every one of them, notwithstanding the coercive oppression of upper-management, is responsible for the continuing evils of Fair game and Disconnection.
    This means lying and cheating for a system which relegates all human feelings and values to a rank beneath the ideas they adhere to.

    You cannot be ‘homo-novis’ AND homo-sapien at the same time.

  6. Dissenting voice Says:

    I don’t know if that’s fair to say… I think these ‘s-w-c’ people get confused, or they reach a point where they are torn. Consider many of the former members such as Magoo or Jason or Mike, who are now activists, exit counselors, etc. I think they were ‘s-w-c’ in the beginning, before they ever joined, and they joined because they wanted to help people, and they thought the CoS was a means to do that. You may have a point, that, if you stay in, it will corrupt you, and turn you into something you hate, and it’s probably not worth exploring exactly when that turning point occurs.

    The bottom line is, we probably agree. I get a little disheartened at some anons and others who all too quickly adopt an ‘us vs. them’ mentality, and are quick to put down, mock, or degrade regular parishioners. I feel like all too often we give license to people like Tom Newton to say we’re merely hateful, etc. Hatred is one of those instances where you just can’t fight fire with fire.

    As for WBM’s comment, well, then I guess it is worth mentioning… lol. 🙂

    I’m curious how you get these e-mails. I wouldn’t mind getting their mailings if I wasn’t paranoid about being watched. I hope it’s the case that we have some allies still on the inside who are awake but haven’t blown.

  7. General Public AYS Says:

    Dissenting voice

    I am commenting in length on your previous post,(a response in part to mine), because I find it disturbing. It has several misconceptions plus a general flabbiness of approach which means you must either study harder or you are pretending to be someone you are not.

    “I don’t know if that’s fair to say… I think these ’s-w-c’ people get confused, or they reach a point where they are torn. …”

    -You have to look a bit more closely at what it takes and means to believe in LR Hubbard. It’s a very noticeable error to bypass it’s totalitarian nature to only concentrate on his claims and promises. It takes some doing.

    “they joined because they wanted to help people…”

    -I don’t think that ‘helping people’ is the main motivation of those who join scientology or any other restricting thought system. A greater, if more subconscious one is the drive given to achieve certainty.
    Not the kind of certainty which we know and accept can be ruined by events but the compulsive and irrational wish for absolute certainty which destroys worries for ever.

    Latching on to something promising this absolute certainty will prove disastrous for any intuitive power to question, examine and find fault in that authority which you must surrender to. You voluntarily shackle, for the sake of the promise which makes doubt extinct, all fine human attributes.

    When revelations arrive, for the soon to be ex-scientologist, it is not because of information gained or correct assessments of their personal situation: they come from old doubts and anxieties resurfacing -breaking through the farce which promised their banishment for all time. Only then are you ready to think.

    This is important to grasp because the lesson has to be clear that doubt has a friendly and positive role, and that even though you are afraid of it, it is not evil. It will evaporate when it is no longer needed, but you can’t force it to go away

    “You may have a point, that, if you stay in, it will corrupt you, and turn you into something you hate, and it’s probably not worth exploring exactly when that turning point occurs.”

    -You are corrupted as soon as you accept that the initial ‘wins’ you have with the very first course are entirely down to the excellence of Hubbards ‘tech’.

    “I get a little disheartened at some anons and others who all too quickly adopt an ‘us vs. them’ mentality, and are quick to put down, mock, or degrade regular parishioners.”

    -Then perhaps you are unable to see the rage of anger as justifiable. None of those who rant and cuss in an uncontrollable way have an anger greater than mine. The difference is in the coherent way I express myself. Perhaps because I’ve taken the time to study scientology in depth I can get to the very roots of the problem and see ranting as an unnecessary wastage of time and energy.

    The ‘us vs them’ mentality exists very clearly in every believing scientologist to a far greater distructive degree than anyone outside of the cult. Scientologists are unapproachable, unwilling to debate, have set themselves apart and see the rest of the world as inferior beings. Their ‘us vs them’ mentality comes from their own homo-novis ambitions and we are not responsible for pushing them there. From my side: I want to constantly remind them that they belong to the human race and that they must learn to behave themselves accordingly.

    There are no ‘regular parishioners’, only progressively higher levels of delusion. I see no point in saying to their faces that they are idiots – I don’t believe it is counter-productive -I think it is useless. However, I don’t believe in being gentle about criticizing their idiot beliefs.

    “I feel like all too often we give license to people like Tom Newton to say we’re merely hateful, etc.”

    -People like ‘Tom Newton’ don’t need, and never have needed any provocative language or action from unbelievers to whine and curse us. Their ‘religion’ is a course, stupid and nasty brute. It will be taken down by law, information, humour, protest and ridicule, and there is nothing they can do about it.

    “Hatred is one of those instances where you just can’t fight fire with fire.”

    There is a greater fire than hatred and that is truth. Hatred is a dangerous emotion which one must be aware of, and careful about as you would be about fire. Truth is more dangerous than fire. But you only get burned by truth if you don’t accept it. Unfortunately you make others suffer too.


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