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The Insidious Nature of Scientology's Outreach Programs

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  1. The Insidious Nature of Scientology's Outreach Programs

    Big Think: The Insidious Nature of Scientology's Outreach Programs

    http://bigthink.com/21st-century-spirituality/the-insidious-nature-of-scientologys-outreach-programs

    November 7, 2016 by Derek Beres

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    Alcohol might destroy livers, but the notion that you must confront and merge with your thetan comes with its own attendant problems, including neurosis, depression, anxiety, and a gullibility that permits all sorts of errant behavior. For better and worse, charitable arms of religious organizations spread their messages under disguise of service. Such initiatives work best when faith is invisible. In the case of Scientology’s long reach of training routines, the cult has proven itself little more than an insidious mocking of charity.

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  2. Incredulicide Member

    Excellent article, wish it was longer. I especially like this sentence:
    "Addiction to drugs and addiction to ideologies both involve neurochemistry; both exploit patterns of behavior; both create new identities that tend to be abrasive and dangerous."

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