List of everything CO$ charges money for.

Discussion in 'Projects' started by Anonymous, Oct 17, 2013.

  1. "Film Week" aboard the death ship Freewinds.
    $2,370/person for 7 days
    Includes: Freewinds Holiday Season fee, 7 nights of shared accommodations, the Film Week Convention fee, 1 Basics Book and Lectures course, all meals, afternoon teas, late night buffet, onboard entertainment with celebrity entertainers, full use of all onboard facilities, and the full Freewinds Experience- including asbestos exposure! Does not include air fare.

    You get to hobnob with the likes of Tommy Davis' mommy, Tom Cruise's former personal assistant (and current OT d-bag) Michael Doven, Marisol Nichols of the failed ABC shows such as "The Gates" and "GCB", and six guys I've never heard of including apparently- Chick Corea's video producer (surprise).

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  2. Anonymous Member

    From someone close to the church: the prices for services are all changing with the release of GAT II - rumors are that they're going up across the board (with some structural exceptions: eg. OTs can now co-audit Objectives instead of having to pay professional rates) - the co-audit apparently costs just under $1,000. The Ls - big money-spinners - remain at the same price, $12,000 per intensive.
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  3. There's a deal at the Fort Harrison for Cornerstone members during the roll out of Superpowerz, GATII, IAS, New Years - an 8-week package in a "Queen" room = $7,056 (discounted - the usual nightly rate would be $168).

    Don't know if all these accommodation rates are applicable, but it's interesting to see how much money the poor Scilons are forking out for bed bugs.
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  4. Partial GATII price list. Brand Spankin' New- 2013.

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  5. Anonymous Member

    Proxied into Bridge Publications and got this listing:

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  6. Anonymous Member


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  7. Anonymous Member


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  9. The Wrong Guy Member

    Hey, moneybags, Scientology has a bridge to sell you. Here’s the new price list!

    By Tony Ortega, August 9, 2017


    One of our readers was in a local org recently, and happily for us she was handed a pamphlet that included a price list. Thinking quickly, when the staff wasn’t looking she snapped a couple of photos of it and then sent them to us.

    Thank you, tipster! Now, it’s always good to get an updated Scientology price list to see what folks are paying to move up the Bridge to Total Freedom. But we want you to keep something very much in mind. This pamphlet shows prices specific to what’s called a “Class V” org, the kind of thing you’ll find in your garden-variety large American city. So the prices are lower than the ones we’ve seen for courses and auditing levels at Scientology’s “spiritual mecca,” the Flag Land Base in Clearwater, Florida where all Scientologists have to go for the really high-end stuff.





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