It seems most everybody you meet has 'a crazy uncle'. Jamie DeWolf has a crazy great-grandfather and his grandfather wasn't all there either. If you were the grandson of Scientology founder, L. Ron Hubbard, you would either follow him and help out and get a job in the church or the business or whatever it is, or expose the 'Xenu space god' inspired cash cow teachings for the fraud you believe them to be.
Luckily for us, Jamie is here to tell us why Scientology is not what we are told it is. Now a writer, poet and a performer of his written works, Jamie has an inside view on being raised in and around the founder of a religion that was designed to make money. Hey- that could be any of 'em. I know, but this week it's a focus on the followers of L. Ron, and why as Jamie will explain, following Scientology is nothing but a bad idea.
On the list of 25 enemies of the religion, Jamie is careful of what he says, as even though accurate, it is still contentious. It is fascinating to know that a purported religion is not strong enough to its core to withstand criticism or be the butt of jokes without inflicting, or at least inciting, violence- but wait- now I am talking about many religions again.
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This was an excellent interview. Had no idea that LRonHubbard was connected with Aleister Crowley-so Scientology has Satanic origins? There's a new TV show with that woman who was on King of Queens and she claims to have gone rogue from Scientology. Really enjoyed the show. Hope you come back and talk some more. You mentioned there are Muslim links as well.ReplyDelete