Scientology, Blackmail and Buddhism

By Christian Peper 

Blackmail has always been a part of Hollywood.  Stories of celebrities being spied on by reporters and fans are as old as the motion picture industry.  The public has always been obsessed with stardom and the dirty laundry of celebrities.  Blackmail is one of the oldest con games.  Those with something to hide, which includes everyone, do not want their secrets exposed.   

There is no place for old animosity and psychic scars in Buddhism. Buddhism is focused on releasing.  Attachments and aversions are let go of.  The goal of Buddhism is to be completely free of all wants, and desires.  This is similar to the “bridge” in Scientology.  When one is completely free there is no place for anger and hurt from those who have wronged us in the past.   

Scientology is a mirror of Buddhism dressed up in a high tech veneer.  While Buddhism is focused on releasing hurt, Scientology captures this hurt and uses it to enslave the owner of the hurt.  The fact that the blackmail material exists is a stone forever tied to an individual preventing him or her from ever being fully free.  Former members of the cult are also blackmailed if they dare to criticize the organization in the future.    

“Engrams” are living things.  The “engram” in Scientology has a life of its own.  Every time someone wrongs us it creates a wound on our soul.  If this wound is not released (“Forgiven” for those who practice Christianity) then the wound becomes a virtual scar on ones soul.  Those that give this hurt to the Scientology organization are then bound to the organization.   

Hell is pure slavery in the after life.  The goal of “religions” that enslave is to create a mirror of hell on this plane (the living, flesh and blood plane).  While it is unlikely that Scientology will take over the planet, the combination Scientology, Jehovah Witness Watchtower, the Moonies, and other cults is certainly having an effect on the level of freedom humanity lives under.   

Collecting personal information on members of a religious organization certainly has its place.  It is usually appropriate, for instance, to collect information on birthdays.  A good and loving organization might send a member a card or throw him or her a party on their birthday.  A good and loving organization would never collect information on members sins to be stored at headquarters and never destroyed.  The Jehovah Witness Watchtower organization feels that members must have this stone tied around them for the rest of their lives.  The public, being docile and sheep like, generally does not question cultic slavery.  

Scientology has stated the following: “The homes, property, places and abodes of persons who have been active in attempting to suppress Scientology or Scientologists are all beyond any protection of Scientology Ethics, unless absolved by later Ethics or an amnesty.”  What this means in practice is critics of the “church” are harassed financially and personally.  There have been many people destroyed by the terrorist Scientology organization.  

The United States government does not care about Scientology violating Americans basic constitutional or human rights.  Perhaps it is time for the public to begin to collect personal information about cult leaders, defenders, and profiteers.  Perhaps it is now time to spy on the spymasters.  

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