Ten reasons why you should not read Memoirs of a Scientology Warrior:
- If you read it, you might get the idea that Scientology is something that one ought to graduate from. This could be particularly troubling for folk who can’t seem to get over the reunion-of-the-folks-from-the-good-old-days mentality.
- If you read it, you might get the idea that for Scientology to assert the idea some of its ideas are sacred and ought to remain hidden is the height of hypocrisy. This could be particularly difficult for those who cling to a sense of mystical superiority over mere mortals.
- If you read it, you might get the idea that Scientology is nothing more than, as Ron once noted, ‘a workable technology’. This could be particularly trying for those who assert ‘total certainty’ on the ‘only road to total freedom.’
- If you read it, you might become curious as to the evolution of psychotherapeutic and spiritual practices during the time Scientology has existed. This could be particularly upsetting to those who find comfort in knowing without doubt that anything developed or discussed outside the halls of Scientology is destructive, dangerous business.
- If you read it, you might get the idea that having to have someone to blame or fight is a severe limitation to one’s spiritual growth. This could be particularly disconcerting to the ‘onward Scientology soldier’ set.
- If you read it, you will more than likely doubt every utterance emanating from the church of Scientology from David Miscavige on down. This could be particularly perplexing for those who find solace in relying upon those they have decided are ‘on Source’ or ‘with Ron’ or ‘with Scientology.’
- If you read it, you might find out that L. Ron Hubbard did not live an immaculate resurrection as popularly accepted. This could be particularly enturbulating to those whose gains in Scientology are based upon the foundation of the stable datum of ‘doing what Ron would do.’
- If you read it, you will more than likely forever lose the ‘ends justify the means’ think that Scientology implants upon its members. This will be particularly jarring to those weaklings who take some measure of pride in judging, denigrating, and black pr’ing those who don’t see eye to eye with them on Scientology.
- If you read it, you might find out that much of Scientology takes away the positive that it is also capable of producing. This will be particularly unsettling to those who have a weak understanding on the observable mechanics that make Scientology produce results .
- If you read it, you might not continue to think Ron is Buddha reincarnated or, on the other hand, a grand con man. This will be particularly troubling to those whose gains were founded upon, or bolstered by, belief. It will also cause consternation to those who have found a safe solution in targeting Ron as inherently evil.
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