My good friend Marty Rathbun is a Daddy

Discussion in 'Independent Scientology' started by KittyKatSpanker, Nov 19, 2013.

  1. She was never in "the church" but she was audited by Marty to Clear, she made a video about her "wins" and she was getting trained as an auditor to help Marty. That sounds like being a "scientologist" to me
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  2. Scientologists should not be able to adopt a baby. Or "indies" for that matter.

    They will destroy that child - cough *Alex, Karen's son, anyone?*cough
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  4. Anonymous Member

    you sound like one to me
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  5. If Marty is without conscience, adopting a baby will not cause him to grow one.
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  6. So the bebeh is adopted. I knew that I was onto something, lol. I had not intended to draw dislikes, but oh well.
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    Deconstructing Scientology

    Posted on December 20, 2013 by martyrathbun09 | 95 Comments
    The next book preview follows, working title Deconstructing Scientology: Mental Therapy or Thought Reform? Reference, Antidote to Scientology Slavery.
    This book traces and contextualizes the origins of Scientology’s cosmology.
    Topics of treatment:
    How science fiction and fantasy writer L. Ron Hubbard drew from five central influences to create and market a self-proclaimed ‘modern science of mental health’. Chiefly influenced by Sigmund Freud (and subsequent therapies derived from his work), Alfred Korsybski (and his brainchild general semantics), Aleister Crowley (and his black magic cult Ordo Templi Orientis), smatterings of both Western and Eastern religions, and nautical/naval/intelligence training, Hubbard packaged and artfully peddled what he would ultimately claim to be the only road to total freedom.
    How Hubbard spent the rest of his life attempting to make good on Dianetics’ promises to invariably deliver a perfect, or clear, mind. How that effort resulted in the formation of a pop psychology cult and how that morphed into a fatalist religion with a fascist bent. How the insistence upon claiming 100% standard workability – in the face of roughly placebo range percentages of long-term satisfaction attained – necessitated the inculcation of belief and the implementation of strict discipline meted out against doubt or dissent. Hubbard’s self-proclaimed messiah stature completed the conversion from the field of science to the field of religion. How the messiah metamorphosis was accomplished by methodically wiping out record of Hubbard’s five primary influences and claiming his revelations instead to have been derived, with himself, from an other-worldly provenance.
    How Scientology amassed wealth and power by developing into an archetypal bait and switch operation. New adherents were baited by claims of an heuristic, rational, secular approach to mental therapy and once enjoying some results were then switched into a monotheistic, bigoted, and vindictive religion.
    The book demonstrates how inculcated fixation with ego (exacerbated by many levels of positive reinforcement), fear (compounded by a self-contradictory philosophy and formidable bureaucratic apparatus to enforce it), delusion (inculcated by hypnotism techniques), and paranoia (instilled by continuous preaching of doomsday scenarios), resulted in a toxic mix of cognitive dissonance as the dysfunctional end product that the world today knows as Scientology. The ‘only road to total freedom’ results in the adherent attaining certainty in his or her possession of super-human powers while at the same time maintaining just as certainly that he or she is at bottom a victim by virtue of attaining those powers.
    Notwithstanding this ultimate result, the book argues that Hubbard and his work cannot be dismissed wholesale. In spite of whatever flaws led to Scientology’s ends, Hubbard possessed practical genius. His determined drive to fame and fortune – before his precipitous fall – by following his own methodologies left some insights in its wake. But, because of the totalitarian mind control mechanisms interwoven throughout the subject and its reliance upon mystery and secrecy to maintain loyalty and power, Scientology cannot survive the age of information. In the end, it was Hubbard’s plentiful draconian policies calling for blind devotion, unflinching loyalty, monopoly and conquest that guaranteed the subject’s demise.
    Ultimately, Deconstructing Scientology reveals the dichotomous nature of a subject offering some workable methods of expanding individual determinism and awareness at the self-defeating cost of demanding self-imposed ignorance and forfeiture of conscience.
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    Trained To Lie

    Posted on December 18, 2013 by martyrathbun09 | 214 Comments
    The following issue was seized from church of Scientology files by agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation in 1977. Since the eighties corporate Scientology has argued that it was unfair to talk about this issue because it was only ever held in practice in the Guardians Office (GO), which David Miscavige allegedly disbanded.
    The Guardians Office Issue:
    Purpose: To train the student to give a false statement with good TR-1. To train the student to outflow false data effectively.
    Position: Same as TR-1.
    Commands: Part 1 “Tell me a lie”. Command given by coach. Part 2 interview type 2 WC by coach.
    Training Stress: In Part 1 coach gives command, student originates a falsehood. Coach flunks for out TR 1 or TR 0. In Part 2 coach asks questions of the student on his background or a subject. Student gives untrue data of a plausible sort that the student backs up with further explanatory data upon the coach asking further questions. The coach flunks for out TR 0 and TR 1, and for student fumbling on question answers. The student should be coached on a gradient until he/she can lie facilely.
    Short example:
    Coach: Where do you come from?
    Student: I come from the Housewives Committee on Drug Abuse.
    Coach: But you said earlier that you were single.
    Student: Well, actually I was married but am divorced. I have 2 kids in the suburbs where I am a housewife, in fact I’m a member of the P.T.A.
    Coach: What town is it that you live in?
    Student: West Brighton.
    Coach: But there is no public school in West Brighton.
    Student: I know, I send my children to school in Brighton, and that’s where I’m a P.T.A. member.
    Coach: Oh, and who is the Chairman there?

    Clearly, the drill is intended to produce convincing, professional liars.
    Flash forward to 2013. David Miscavige has stacked the very highest levels of Scientology Inc. with former Guardians Office personnel.
    He disappeared his own wife and assistant Shelly, replacing her with Laurisse Henley-Smith Stuckenbrock, trained intelligence case office from Guardian’s Office Australia.
    He appointed to President of RTC (Religious Technology Center) Warren McShane, intelligence trained Guardians Office case officer. He told Warren to his face in my presence on more than one occasion that the only reason he continued to retain Warren was his lying ability; he needed an accomplished liar to front for him when it came to depositions seeking to break the wall of secrecy surrounding Miscavige’s hands on involvement with unlawful operations.
    He appointed as head of the Office of Special Affairs (the body purportedly created to replace the GO with something more law-abiding) Linda Hamel, former high-level US Guardians Office intelligence case officer.
    He appointed as head of the OSA Intelligence covert operations Neil O’Riley, former Guardians Office intelligence case officer.
    He appointed as head of OSA Legal bureau Allan Cartwright, former Guardians Office operative.
    There is ample recent indication that Scientology’s third generation – those second and third Scientology generation young people being raised to worship David Miscavige – are being groomed to be liars the likes of which put the old Guardians Office folks to shame.
    Given RTC’s and CSI’s record of mendacity and given that virtually everyone on the chain of command between David Miscavige and the outside world are trained Guardians Office operatives, perhaps Training Routine – TR L ought to receive renewed circulation and discussion.
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  9. please
    do not copypasta
    marty shit here
    waste of ones and zeros
    and my eyes
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  10. I am going to disagree with you/me.
    TR-l is of interest.
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  11. After thinking it through I decided TR-L should be posted.
    But no Marty's gibberish and bullshit attached from the article.
    His words can stay on his blog.
    I finally agree with you/me
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  12. Anonymous Member

  13. Anonymous Member

    Yep. Cancer, sometimes you are so wise. Sometimes, Yourgay.
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  14. I can be gay and wise, homophobic bastard.
  15. I have learned to buy, Marty Rathbun is still my friend.

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