Creepy Scientology

Dear US citizens,

These are your tax dollars used to defame people. You could be their next target.

The cult policies dictate: If you cannot fight the facts, discredit the source.
This is one of the most biased and distorted documentaries I have ever seen and
it will definitely shoot back at the Cult of Scientology.
I am glad that they are not smart enough to stop their behaviour. Thanks for destroying yourself.WATCH HBO documentary on 29 March 2015 – 8pm!


My offer: GBP 10,000 to GBP 100,000


“Show me a mother f@c$§g Clear” said Jason Beghe. And I can tell you from my experience: I have not seen any!

But I am willing to make a compromise. Here is my offer. I pay GBP 10,000 to any Scientologist, who has completed the L-Rundowns or SuperPower-Rundowns and can prove the so-called End Phenomena (EP). The money would be paid in cash and straight into your hands including a free leather suitcase.

I expect you to be fully exterior with full perceptions. Well, “full” is a bit harsh, because Hubbard said that there would be no absoluta. That was one of the smartest moves ever. It always makes Hubbard right when discussing EPs. He claimed there would be 57 perceptics (=perceptions). I only expect visio (=vision) – just 1/57th – what a deal! I give you a location and you can remote-view the details.
Hubbard claimed that he was able to remote-read books when he was young, but lost this ability somehow when he got older. Captain Bill Robertson even claimed that Scientologists used to communicate via thoughts (=telepathy) with others and gave lessons on how to learn remote-viewing. And OTs are talking to body thetans, whose abilities are below those of peanuts. Additionally some auditing sessions are supposed to be audited while being exterior. So I am not asking for a lot.

I did mock the L-Rundowns here .

But in case you can prove your abilities, I am going to shut this blog down, disconnect from all SPs, make my children join Scientology, join Scientology myself and dedicate my life to disseminate all your teachings without ever asking any question again.
Furthermore, I can easily increase the sum to GBP 100,000 in case you can prove all 57 perceptics.

A list of perceptions can be found here.

It is up to you. This is easy money.

Cult of Scientology: Why I didn’t leave right away



Even as a child I used to say that the likelihood to believe in the right religion – aka the truth – was minuscule and definitely less than one in a thousand. There are simply too many religions and all believe in different gods or objects. Some say that most religions have a common denominator, but to me it always sounds like an excuse to not confront the low probability. Can you imagine that 99% or more of all religious people life a big fat lie? All you do, all you believe in, your so called stable datum … all just a wrong item. Besides proclaimed spirituality, there is not much left to compare. What does a god with an elephant head (Ganesh) and Satan share?

I have always been the scientific guy, who never liked religious leaders. I believe that it takes a lot of scientific people to achieve something, not just one messiah. From the very beginning I was feeling weird when applauding to Hubbard’s picture or bust. I didn’t want to stand out or annoy anyone. But later on I simply stopped doing so. It caused this feeling of discomfort no matter if I did it or not. There was no point in lying and playing the overwhelmed disciple.

When I joined Scientology I knew about its bad reputation. I was one of the rare guys walking into an Org without any body router. I bought the Dianetics book and left right away.

I thought that some courses would be interesting; just to see if there was something to get out of it. Even at school I had voluntarily attended religious education despite not being convinced at all. Yes, as mentioned in one of my first posts, I am open minded. This is called PTS (Potential Trouble Source) in Scientology.  I was always wondering what was so bad about informing yourself honestly and looking from all sides and angles. In the end my openness was what drove me into Scientology. I did one course, another one and then one more – 12 courses in the first year. I thought it would be cool to be an OT and to be able to go exterior at will and with full perceptions. That was my main purpose. But frankly, I was wondering why there were hardly any publics. I mean, if people go exterior, why would they not disseminate like mad? This is the missing piece that would convince everybody, right? My inner explanation was that it had to do with Scientology’s bad reputation.

Within weeks I had paid in my entire academy to Clear. I started on the Purif. The registrar explained they had their own doctor. There was this weird feeling again. Something was wrong. I accepted the doctor, who was a member of that Org and visited his private home on a weekend. He took his stethoscope and performed some basic health tests. He did not write any bill and only accepted cash.

My first real auditing started with a Security Check. In a nutshell – it made me feel really bad. I personally do not appreciate at all when people don’t trust me. Quite to the contrary, I have never disappointed someone who was trusting me. It is a good feeling to be trusted and to not disappoint someone.

In the first weeks I talked to many people. I remember one story with a roughly 45 year old man. I asked him how long he had been in Scientology. He told me that it was about 10 years. And my next question was: “Oh, you must be OT VIII then”. His reply was: “No, I am on Clear”. I was very disappointed. And this was not the only time. One Auditor had a OT V certificate hanging behind him. But at some point he mentioned that it was not his. A world was falling into pieces. 20 years in Scientology, and just on Clear. What was wrong?

Another man was also just on Clear and he was so extremely shy, any tree had a better communication level. He got yelled at in the academy: “You don’t have a case here. Say it.” And when he finally said something and everybody was watching him, the course supervisor mentioned in a condescending voice: “See, it works!”

The ESTO constantly had some kind of eczema in his face. I have no clue what x-itis it was, but it has always been an outpoint for me. All in all these were all people like you and I. Nothing special. As PTS as anyone else.

The registrar used to smoke when I was in her room – another outpoint. And she used to harass me at work calling right in the middle of the day and asking for money. Oh, I was so pissed. Once, I told her that I did not want to play the birthday game and that it was no game, because it was forced upon me. Guess what, I got an Ethics chit from her and it was the last time I spoke to her voluntarily.

And let me now come to my biggest wake-up, which was slumbering inside me ever since. I was on the Freewinds and doing the Route To Infinity course. On one of the tapes Ron said that as a child he was able to remotely read books from another room, but somehow lost his abilities during the years. For me it was a lie and I continued comparing this lie with each and every course I did afterwards.

You can easily imagine that open minded people cause a lot of trouble in such environment. It didn’t take a year and I was forced to do the full KSW course. I tell you what. Each time I was forced to do something, it kicked me out a little bit more.


But why didn’t I leave?

 I got married and had my first child. My wife started to constantly ask for money. Her first request was birth auditing (I had paid for all courses up to Class V already, co-audit was a no-go). Several Org staff came to our house and harassed me. They told me what a bad and suppressive person I was. I said that there had been a few billion people on this Earth up to this day and that they all did not need birth auditing.

A few incidents were definitely not enough to blame my ex-wife for anything. In the following years she kept on asking for auditing for her and my children. We had many disputes. My main point always was the same: “My children are not insane. They can grow up without all this, like any other child. And if we don’t save any money, we will have to live on the streets someday.”

My ex-wife was the puppet for the Org. She didn’t work at all. Au pairs did the house hold while she was on course. Besides being the mother of my children she became useless for the family. I even had to iron my own shirts. How lovely are chores when you come home after spending 10 hours in the office. And in the evenings she said that she had been soooo busy all day long. I looked at her books with more than 800 pages each and started complaining quite often.

But who would abandon one’s family easily? As far as I know women, they are the first ones to mention the word “divorce” constantly. Men have much more to lose. They keep quiet, even when being degraded to a cash cow. This is my personal life experience backed by many stories. It can obviously be different for others. Most divorces are filed by women in the UK, because the law is strongly biased. I have read that it is as high as 90% in some areas. Men lose the regular contact to their children, the house and have to finance a freeloader life. Who does not get upset by this? I strongly disagree with the British divorce laws.

Divorce has always been a taboo for me. Not just because of the law. I believe that all children have the right to grow up in a family. Parents have to behave in their presence and should only fight when the kids are not nearby.

I would never ever abandon my children, no way! My wife was aware of this and threatened me more and more with divorce should I not pay her expensive courses and auditing. I was such an SP. I had the money, but I was not willing to give it to her. The Org saw it the same way. They didn’t care that she was no real mother. For them she was a source of income and that meant she was upstat – no need for ethics handlings. But guess what! The chaplain was visiting ME quite often to “put ethics in”.

By this time I had given up my personal goals to go exterior. I had paid in my bridge three times and each time it was torn into pieces by arbitraries – red tags, PTS and rudiments. These days I understand that it is hardly possible to pass rudiments. I think 80% of my folder was about rudiments by that time. Nobody can have Miscavige’s three swing F/N. And when you bypass F/Ns often enough, then you get scared to not F/N, which is making you non-F/N at all. This is such a vicious circle.

Just adding up my intensives at Flag, I should have been Clear twice. And my wife probably 4 to 5 times.

So, I was disillusioned and unsatisfied. Still, I did not leave. The costs were bearable, even when I included the IAS. My income was far above average, I could afford it.

I managed to make my wife pay for the child auditing. I was constantly invited by that child Auditior … as a suppressive being. Who did not want his children to be audited for huge sums – only SPs!

I was quietly leaving the cult and let my wife do all the stuff.

A big bonus at work then changed my point of view again (see, I am not using “viewpoint” anymore). There was plenty of money. I thought I could give it a last try. My so called hidden standard was “exterior”. That is a nice trap. You are not allowed to express any wish. This means, whatever you expect from Scientology is wrong. You only get what you do not wish secretly, otherwise it was a hidden standard and the “real why”, why you don’t get anything.

Scientology is built to blame you!
Their tech ALWAYS works!
So, you will never find out that it actually is them doing something wrong.

On one side I hoped that there was some truth in all the insanity. I had spoken to so many people who claimed to have been exterior with visio (being able to see something when leaving the body). I did not believe that all of them were lying to be “something special”. This is, how the cult works. People invent stories, because nobody wants to admit that he doesn’t get what others do get. But in fact nobody gets anything.
(There are many definitions for “exterior” in Scientology to confuse people – sometimes it means to be in a STATIC, sometimes it means to be in a kind of astral body, sometimes it simply means to not be effected by a problem.)

That the tech does not work and is just a subjective perception came clear to me the more I looked at false wins. You have to watch some “wins” from other cults and you will realise that this is the usual human behaviour. “I felt Jesus!”, “An angel showed up.”, “I was dead.”, “This was no coincidence, this was god.”, “I had an orgasm while listening to the Reverend.”


Hope was one factor for staying. The other factor was my family. And all the time I did have this cognitive dissonance. I did not disregard it. I did hide it. I never told these thoughts to any Auditor. This type of wins are forbidden. You are in trouble when having the cognition: “I just found out that Scientology is a scam in some areas”.

I hope you understand my reasons, why I did not leave earlier. My advice to you is:

Don’t wait that long! It is just a matter of time.


The right arguments in front of any lawyer and you always win.
The fair game doctrine and KSW1 are in your favour.

Yes, you will get attacked heavily. But you will save your children’s lifes in return.

Scientology: You don’t like what we are asking for? “It is just your reactive mind!”


What a nice way to invalidate someone?

How often was I approached to hand over money? There was hardly a week where nobody wanted something from me. The Registrar once said: “Scientology is only for the able. Many come here to receive something, but they don’t realise that Scientology is about doing something.”

First of all, I did not join the cult to make the world a better place. I wanted to see how being an OT would change my life. As soon I would go exterior (having left the body), life would change drastically. So I was asking a lot of questions about “exterior” and was deeply disappointed by the many definitions and excuses.

The worst of all was an Ethics officer. She yelled at me claiming she was exterior at this very moment. She must have had her personal definition, because LRH never said you had to be low on the tonescale to go exterior. Anyway, coming back to “Scientology is about doing something”, it means that you are pushed around constantly. Not only did I have numerous harassing phone calls at work, but especially thinking about my Org was causing more and more discomfort. I was asked to do things that were outrageous by all means. Work for free, take holidays for a Nazi-like demonstration, be on time for the academy at the expense of my job, join Criminon or Narconon or whatever, pay ridiculous amounts of money to the IAS and for other project like the Volunteer Ministers.

I was definitely not getting what I was there for. In fact, I was not getting anything self-determined at all. The ruin – how they would call it – was to not fulfil my first postulate. I had joined for something else and not to save the world.

What was the most frequent answer to my critical thinking?


“This is just your reactive mind!”


“It is not you, because you as a spiritual being would agree right away”. I am sure that all cult members have heard this a few thousand times. When I felt uncomfortable, it was not because of it was out exchange or something else. It was my “reactive mind”. Luckily I never agreed. Furthermore, I was wondering what the others were thinking about this “it is not you”.

How often was I asked to deny my well placed feelings? Especially the IAS was very good at this. They told full blown stories about the discomfort/reactive mind and made fun of it. By denigrating/laughing about your reactive mind, you would get over it. WHAT A TRAP!

And you know the so called “money engram”. Yes, your pain is just a money engram! “Money is just a consideration” I was told. Why does Scientology want it then? It took some time and I got smarter as there was hardly any chance to stop a conversation peacefully. I said: “My money engram was found and audited at Flag. It is absolutely flat now”. This was not causing any cognitive dissonance. I am sure the other person was well aware of his/her lies. The only purpose was to get money – whatever it takes. If these people had been honest to themselves, meaning that they were convinced of their own words, then there should had been a cognitive dissonance (aka LFBD?) on my reply. Right at the end of the word according to Hubbard, hahaha.

When these people were not successful, then they sometimes tried to go up and down the tonescale. And they obviously thought that I was stupid enough to not realise this. At one point an IAS lady started yelling at me. Oh, I am still upset about this. She was shouting how out-ethics I was and that I was not able to take any responsibility for this world. In hindsight I am very proud to have resisted even then. I saved a shit load of money. I would definitely deal with the situation differently these days. I don’t like stuck flows. They ask for revenge – this is a burden. What I had not done was yelling back. I should have done it so loud and at another/unexpected time.

I am certain, you have heard of the so called “wins” after donating or joining staff. The truth is, that these people are just relieved, because the pressure is gone. I remember one guy, who said he went on staff, because he had always wanted it. WTF? He had a couple of thousand reasons to not join. People were manipulating him, using his buttons and constantly harassing him. This was no free decision. He might have thought that this was just his “reactive mind”. Fact is that his “wins” did absolutely not match what I had observed before. As I said, the only win was the relief from the pressure. And guess what! Such “win” does not last very long. They always came multiple times to ask for more.

Vampires have to obey their nature. It is not their free choice to bite you. Haha, maybe I should have chosen a more realistic example, but I cannot help myself. What fits that fits!

Scientology: What you cannot see



People tend to analyse their environment by perceiving the existing scenario. They usually examine what you can see. But sometimes you can see more by looking at things that are missing.

What pops into my head right away are the celebrities.
Tom Cruise has not shown up for quite a while now. I perceive nothingness. No newspaper would write an article about “nothing”. Nevertheless, this is what is remarkable here.
Where is he? After Katie had left and rumours were in the media, he showed up on the next big event. But that was a one-off show. Was this enough to convince the gullible disciples that he had not left the cult to save his family? Was this his last duty to save mankind (and destroy himself)? Some years earlier he had won the IAS freedom medal for reportedly disseminating his religion to MILLIONS. Haha, so mathematically he is responsible for each and every new cult member.

What else is missing? New celebrities, yeah – somehow boring. I will not discuss this any further. In LRH terms I would call it “Emptiness”.

The next big item on my list is Super Power. It is THE ONE AND ONLY item that will lead the cult to massive growth … they said. If the Orgs are not prepared properly, then they will not be able to cope with the new inflow of raw meat (Scientologese for new people). What a nice LRH reference! Luckily it did not work out. Imagine a world dominated by Knowledge Reports, Disconnection, RPF and a weird/suppressive ethics and justice system. It would be 47x (LOL, what a lovely odd number) worse than any Islamic driven government. A game where only one person can win and 7 billion have to lose – poverty, fear and depression on a daily basis.

Where are the celebrities completing Super Power? Where are Kirstie Alley’s success reports and her next five IAS stati? Where are John Travolta’s super powers? Where is the big expansion? Am I missing something?
While mentioning success reports, don’t you think it is strange that nothing is known about David Miscavige’s bridge? He presumably tries to send everybody up (not across) the bridge, tries to find the real arbitraries and the real WHYs. But he is the worst example of all. He had zero progress since the late 1980s. There is even a policy that states that people avoiding auditing would be suppressive. And what about LRH himself? When did this guy go clear? Everybody just assumed he had gone clear. This definitely did never happen. He was a lunatic; extremely paranoid and suppressive.

What else is invisible? Hmmmm, what about all the wins that were written down pre-GAT II, pre-GAK, pre-Building-Purchases, pre-DM era, pre-Mark VI e-meter. Yes, Mark V – I am not even mentioning any newer model. How was it possible to have any wins with devices that were 40,000 times less precise? And how could anybody succeed without the proper Purif, technology, ideal Orgs or Objectives? WTF did these people attest back then in the 1970s and 1980s?

And then we had John McMaster in 1966, who was the first “Clear” and prime example after Dianetics had already produced Clears at least 16 years earlier. How is this possible?

My conclusion is that we are dealing with huge lies. If these lies could hurt, you would be instantly dead. The sole purpose is to make money. We are dealing with idiots that have heavy brain insufficiencies. Some say there has been a 47x expansion last year. Others cannot even remember such numbers. None of the cult disciples have any cognitive dissonance at all. How stupid do you have to be to swallow such number?
It goes hand in hand with the Bible: “Blessed are those who have not seen and yet believed” (John 20:24-29 ESV).

What is going wrong?

  • The most of the cult members are brain washed, they are blind. Hahaha, what did David Miscavige say? The blind are leading the blind. For once I can agree. Cult members have lost their ability for critical thinking.
  • If you can perceive the environment, then you have a clear advantage.
  • If you can perceive the invisible, then you are the master. You can hardly be influenced at all. I doubt you are in the cult at this point.

People were winning in 1950 and are winning in 2014. This is not due to the workability as in “Any auditing is better than no auditing”. Evil does exist. If you are winning on ANY auditing … what does that really mean? It means that you are easy to influence. You are not amongst the strongest beings, you are the lowest of the low. You are a RONBOT. And Ronbots are easily programmable like calculators. They execute each command, they don’t think … just execute whatever it takes.

Scientologists lie!



You most likely disagree when you are still a member of the cult, because everyone knows that you are amongst the most ethical beings on earth backed by a strict ethics control system.

What can I say? This is such a sad statement! You have been heavily brainwashed; a condition of lost natural doubt. Like EnRon Hubbard said: An SP cannot afford self-criticism. It would kill him.


  1. Acceptable truth

    Did you never think about it – even for a short moment – that an acceptable truth, as per LRH, is a lie? You go to your banker, who is an SP according to Scientology. You ask him for money and in return the banker asks you for some paperwork. I have personally witnessed misleading figures and wordings. As far as I remember there has never been a blunt lie. Everything was full of twisted half-truths. What was the justification at that time? I asked and got the following answer:
    “It is not ethical to not get things done that can get done. If a banker is not capable of thinking with your abilities, then this is stopping your entire purpose, which is – of course – not ethical.”
    So you end up showing the bank twisted figures. A common trick was to use intermediaries, who were “coincidentally” Scientologists or Scientology friendly. They accepted outdated paperwork and told the bank without batting an eyelid that their client was on holiday or unavailable.

    Honestly, what would happen if you sat on the other side? Let’s have a look at the following story: Your good old boyfriend has not disclosed a new relationship and is somehow commuting between two addresses. He is telling you acceptable truths. You are happy, you live in a bubble, your world is absolutely fine. Well, only as long as you don’t find out that your world is just an acceptable truth. Don’t you feel betrayed then? Living an acceptable truth means living a lie! Most “acceptable truths” turn into lies, which turn into huge upsets. They simply collide with facts. What follows is as human as humans can be. What you do is what you get!
    This is just one reason (amongst many) why Scientology has such a bad reputation. Your propaganda machinery is unacceptable, so are your lies.

  2. What is true is what is true for you

    Oh, how often did I hear this? It means that perception and therefore reality are subjective. It is true to the same degree as it is wrong. This basically leaves us with nothing. There are many people out there who pervert this meaning. How? They simply lie to you.

    And even worse. There are many Scientologists lying to themselves.

    “The technology works!”

    Yeah, really? In fact, it does … but not as you were told. Did anybody go exterior? You know that your success report was full of lies to avoid further costs ((?any hidden standards, overruns, disagreements, suppressive elements, present time problems ….?)) and to please others, who then take the same story as a true story. It makes them right and others wrong, easy as that.

    “See, it works!”

    And in the long run these cowards write more and more glorious success stories … again to avoid further costs. You cannot afford going back into session or redo a course. Your success must be above average. And only exaggerations guarantee that. Hubbard was really smart, he charged you even for repairing bad results. This way he was easily getting improved success reports.

    Come on! Did you never exaggerate a success report? Did you just lie to yourself by denying this?

  3. TR-L (L for Lie or L for L. Ron Hubbard, same meaning anyway)

    The propaganda page of Scientology denies its existence. Another acceptable truth – hahaha.

    Fact is: It does exist. You won’t see it on course, because it was mainly used in the Guardian’s Office. Allegedly a copy was seized by the FBI from Scientology’s headquarters. KSW 1 is all-embracing and does not exclude any policies/bulletins. Maybe OSA is not using it these days. You don’t need this bulletin anyway. Scientologists even lie without this bulletin. Just watch the cult’s spokesmen. If lies could kill, they would not survive the first minutes of any interview.

    Some references:

Inalienable rights á la Scientology?


The cult of Scientology surely has a copyright on their creed. One might not believe that anybody would ever copyright any creed – except this minuscule cult, which funnily pretends to have millions of followers. We know that companies use copyrights. Well, somehow Scientology is a company, although carcinoma is a better word for it. You have to cut it out or you will die!

Let’s have a look at the “Greed of Scientology”. The cult PR masters publish on their web pages: “… it succinctly states what Scientologists believe …”
Haha, where is Xenu? No, this is definitely not what they believe.

The greed should start like this:

“We of the church believe in Xenu.
That all men are infested with Body Thetans.
That all men must go bankrupt and pay for their insane wishes to find salvation in a cult.
That propaganda is good.
That acceptable truths are not lies.
That you can only control people by lying to them.
That free speech is a pain in the ass.
That Scientology makes you lovely paranoid.”

But somehow the greed of Scientology uses different wordings. This is just a marginal nuance, you know?

That all men of whatever race, color or creed were created with equal rights…

Not too bad. I can buy that. These homophobic fanatics did not mention gay people yet.

That all men have inalienable rights to their own religious practices and their performance.

Ooops? In Scientology you are not allowed to believe in anything else. Jesus was just an implant, Mohammed a drug addict and Buddha a Hubbard incarnation. If you deviate from Hubbard’s beliefs, then you have “Counter Intentions”. You have to find your misunderstandings, restudy some texts, listen to lectures and do word clearing or false data stripping. They exactly know how to make you wrong. And if you cannot find any misunderstanding and still dare to ask for clarification, then you are declared Suppressive Person. You will be shunned and excommunicated right away, because you have become a Potential Trouble Source for the cult.

That all men have inalienable rights to their own lives.
That all men have inalienable rights to their sanity.
That all men have inalienable rights to their own defense.

First of all, let me highlight the word “INALIENABLE”. All your rights are highly alienable within the cult of Scientology. Statistics have to go up – obviously in favour of Miscavige’s gold vault– each week, from Thursday to Thursday. And if they point downwards for a while, you lose all your rights. Nobody cares about your previous contributions … 30 years top and overnight flop. You become a “Liability”. This is what you always wanted, right? You have to accept punishment and in case you decide to leave. Well, even after 30 years working for the cult and earning nearly nothing – you suddenly OWE the cult money. They call it freeloader debt. This is no typo! They do not give you some money and pay for your retirement plan. You owe money! We are not talking about some dollars. These are tens or hundreds of thousands! The longer you worked for them, the more you owe them, because you were receiving free education! Well, cross the “free” out.

That all men have inalienable rights to conceive, choose, assist or support their own organizations, churches and governments.

OMG! You don’t! The cult is fighting against the freezone, a group that believes in Hubbard, but not the cult. There is definitely no sign of any “rights to conceive, choose, assist or support their own organizations, churches”.

That all men have inalienable rights to think freely, to talk freely, to write freely their own opinions and to counter or utter or write upon the opinions of others.

LOL! ROFL! This is not only highly alienable. In fact, it does not exist. You don’t have any right to mention your opinions … unless they go hand in hand with Hubbard. Criticism is a sign of overts (bad deeds). And the one, who is critical, has committed overts against the survival of Scientology. Thus you are always wrong, whereas the cult is always right.

That all men have inalienable rights to the creation of their own kind.
That the souls of men have the rights of men.
That the study of the Mind and the healing of mentally caused ills should not be alienated from religion or condoned in nonreligious fields.
And that no agency less than God has the power to suspend or set aside these rights, overtly or covertly.

WTF! Scientology never defines “God”. So how can such be in the creed? This is pure PR for the IRS – no more!

That Man is basically good.
That he is seeking to survive.

Don’t study the PTS/SP course! It will make you paranoid. Suppressive Persons are everywhere. Scientology tells you that all is about what you have done and what the consequences are. Interestingly this is not applicable to the cult. Don’t dare to mention Hubbard’s words in this context. You can quickly get into serious trouble!
Scientology’s bad PR is the result of Suppressive Persons aka Psychiatrists. Once again: this is no joke!
And “That he is seeking to survive?” But not when you are below 2.0 on the tone scale according to Hubbard. And what about women?

That his survival depends upon himself and upon his fellows and his attainment of brotherhood with the universe.
To destroy his own kind.
To destroy the sanity of another.
To destroy or enslave another’s soul.
To destroy or reduce the survival of one’s companions or one’s group.

Hypocrites! Scientology does nothing else than to enslave and destroy souls. Hubbard wanted to be the worst beast in history. Simply study his biography. This is well-known. A good read is “Bare-Faced Messiah” by Russell Miller.

That the spirit can be saved.
And that the spirit alone may save or heal the body.

What can I say? Not a single cure!

Theory and practice are definitely not the same for the cult of greedy hypocrites. Fire all Scientologists in your company. Sooner or later they will spot the Suppressive Persons there. And you will be one of them! Expect attacks in the name of the “most ethical beings on Earth”. Scientologists are generally paranoid.