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I CHALLENGE YOU TO COME UP WITH CONTENT on Jenna Elfman
Hey Jenna were is Heber ?
Very Old CLAM-site: http://www.freedommag.org/english/LA/issue02/page01b.htm
No pictures of Jenna Elfman exist on the internet before 2008
Edit: It's a general thing: my bad
"If someone starts talking to me negatively about something they've never actually studied that actual text of, I don't really admire them very much because it shows they don't have much integrity, so I just kind of ignore them."
That's a good description of how Scientologists act toward "entheta", and yes, I just kind of ignore them, too.
Yup, if you don't look into the eye of crazy, well shucks, you must be a hater.... derrrrrrrr.
but. why. does she hating on you? Just another victim of Hubbard's scam imho, let her go Krusty, let her go nuts, let her live in her little Hubba-bubble. We will laugh, cry, and eat cakes in honor of the deaded.
http://www.jennaelfman DOT com
url defanged. She helps OSA when she can, so best to proxy up!
How about her website? She also does a podcast with her idiot husband available on ITunes
:: February 14, 2005 :: Jenna Elfman says, it’s Scientology “do or die”
Jenna Elfman is concentrating much of her time these days on Scientology. The former star of “Dharma and Greg” is taking course after course and crowed about it in last month’s issue of Scientology’s magazine Celebrity.
A Scientologist since 1991 Ms. Elfman was first introduced to the religion, often called a “cult,” by her husband Bodhi.
“I'm on OT VII now,” she boasted.
There are eight so-called “OT” (“Operating Thetan”) levels in Scientology. Members of the group can essentially buy their way to the top through increasingly expensive courses and Elfman certainly has plenty of cash from her Dharma days, not to mention residual income paid out through reruns.
Scientology “is a complete understanding of what is happening on the planet right now…as you go up the OT levels, you learn a lot more specific details," said the former Dharma and diehard Scientologist.
This can be seen as a somewhat cryptic allusion to Scientology’s secret theology based upon what sounds more like Sci-fi than religious doctrine.
When Scientologists reach “OT 3” they are told “specific details” about an incident that allegedly occurred some 75 million years ago. Back then a galactic ruler named “Xenu” purportedly paralyzed people and sent them to earth in space ships. They were then arranged around a volcano and murdered with H-bombs, but their souls are still supposedly hanging around haunting humanity.
These pesky little ghosts are called “Body Thetans” or “BTs.”
And if you have big bucks like Elfman it's no problem paying Scientology to eventually “clear” you of their negative influence.
The sitcom star now says it’s her shared “duty to clear the planet.”
“I intend to make Scientology as accessible to as many people as I can. And that is my goal," the TV actor turned missionary told Celebrity.
Then Elfman went on and on sounding more like one of those cartoon characters from her recent “Looney Tunes” movie instead of someone grounded in reality.
She warned readers "the more successful I became, the more suppression I bumped into…especially in the entertainment industry, which really is home to rabid suppression.”
Has Dharma gone Daffy Duck?
Or, is “rabid suppression” just some sort of religious rationalization used to explain away her growing list of movie flops?
Perhaps Elfman’s fellow Scientologist John Travolta was bitten by this same “rabid” bug, considering the string of dogs he has starred in the last few years.
Scientologists believe that “suppression” largely comes from so-called “Suppressive People” (“SPs”) that are out there posing a potential menace.
“You want to survive as an artist or a leader,” cautioned Elfman, “…know you are going to be under attack…you have to be able and willing to confront evil if you want to survive.”
And diehard Scientologist Dharma has apparently confronted this perceived "evil" quite literally by “cleaning house of those people, who were very good at convincing [her] that they were there to help, when they were absolutely not,” the star summarized.
Hopefully, she still has a good agent.
“I don't have time as a leader, as an OT and as an artist to be suppressed,” Elfman explained.
Those nasty “SPs” don’t scare diehard Dharma either.
“An SP? Why would that be scary? They're the biggest cowards that exist,” she said.
Elfman then appeared a bit fanatical expressing her religious enthusiasm.
“Bring it on. Please. Please just try and attack me. I welcome it. Now that I'm willing to confront them, they scurry away…They scurry, because I'm willing to confront them,” she taunted.
Has good old hippie-dippy Dharma gotten a bit paranoid since her show was cancelled?
Well don’t expect Elfman to see a psychiatrist.
“Dianetics is the modern science of mental health…psychiatry...that's incorrect technology,” says the former sitcom star.
What is Ms. Elfman planning for her future?
To be “absolutely relentless and unreasonable about grasping [Scientology technology] and owning it,” she says. “That way, I can have complete KSW (Keeping Scientology Working)…[and] forge ahead with a very high speed of particle flow.”
Her religious rant continued, “If we want to clear this planet, we've got to know and apply this tech. It's just a rule. It just is…I can't even emphasize it enough. It's just truth. You can't go beyond truth, it just is…if you want to Keep Scientology Working, you need to do the PTS/SP Course. Either that or you could be dead. You pick.”
For Jenna Elfman at least, it seems to be Scientology “do or die.”
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run puppy run!
Jenna Elfman's Breast Milk Saved A Drug-Addicted Baby! How Amazing Is That?
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Fucking funny !
Oh no she didn't !
I missed this. Damn.
Elfman slams Scientology critics
Updated 30 Oct 2008, 6:16amThu 30 Oct 2008, 6:16am
US actress and high-profile Scientologist Jenna Elfman has no time for people who criticise the controversial religion and urges people to get their facts straight before judging.
Elfman, best-known for her role in the sitcom Dharma And Greg, says people are too quick to judge the church, which boasts celebrity members including Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes and John Travolta.
"If someone starts talking to me negatively about something they've never actually studied that actual text of, I don't really admire them very much because it shows they don't have much integrity, so I just kind of ignore them," Elfman told AAP in Sydney.
"I'm not going to listen to gossip and hearsay about something that's affected my life so tremendously in such a tremendously positive way."
Founded by American science-fiction author L Ron Hubbard in the 1950s, Scientology has received much criticism and been the butt of many jokes for its stance against modern psychiatry and belief in alien cosmologies.
Elfman compared its treatment to the way other religions had been persecuted through the ages.
"It's a new religion. Historically every new religion has been [dismissed]," she said.
"People were hanged, fed to the lions for their beliefs so this is just a modern day evolution of what happens when something new comes into our culture.
"It is not fully understood yet."
Elfman, who is in Australia with her husband Bodhi and 15-month-old son Story to help launch a new pay TV channel, urged people to find out for themselves about it.
"I've seen drug addicts completely rehabilitated, I've seen the illiterate become literate, I've seen people that were so depressed and hopeless completely rehabilitate their goals in life, become happier, find partners," she said.
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all these scilon celeb endorsements.
The COS must be asking them to step it up.
Panic mode for hearing the truth is right around the corner for them and soon can not be ignored.
RON ! are you in there Ron ?
ok, So I am watching Season 2 of Shameless again.
In the season finale, Jenna Elfman played a butch lesbian in a psyche ward!
The scene shows her having oral sex with "Frank's" (Bill Macy) wife. And she asks her " why did you stop, did you cum"? when Frank busts into the hospital room.
Said she "was in the psyche ward because she shot her husband 24 something times"
They sneak out of the hospital and she drives off with Franks wife.
Was this mentioned before on WWP somewhere? Did I miss it?
I can't believe I saw Season 2 the first time and didn't realize it was her scilon ass.
I had to look it up on IMDB to make sure I wasn't seeing things.
Elfman played a lesbian in a pysche ward.
BWA HA HA
Somebody put this om Tony Ortega's blog:
That's not the Golden Gate, it's Scientology's Bridge to nowhere.
Those Worry lines are popping through the plastic surgery these days.
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I am done with Jenna Elfman:
Like with a pretend religion Jenna ?
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LRH, in a recent incarnation, was a lesbian in a psyche`ward where she wrote a fiction-science book called Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health.
That's fucklng funny bro
HEY JENNA FUCK YOU, YOU CAN EVEN PURGE THE SEARCH RESULTS ON WWP BUT I WILL STILL FIND IT:
This Cat is Not Amused:
I will remind You again Jenna why you are a target:
"AIDS is a state of mind, and not a disease."
And that this other statement years later, learned that from Scientology you .....coward
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