It isn’t easy to leave Scientology. I did it – after more than 30 years. A lot of my friends – OTs, former Sea Org, former staff – have done it. Why? Well, for various reasons, but it boils down to the fact that the current Church of Scientology is not the Church we joined.
Old-timers used to say “if it isn’t fun, it isn’t Scientology.” A lot of us remember a time when orgs and missions were packed, when there was a spirit of hope and adventure and fun. Today’s Brave New Scientology is something different – a deadly serious, controlling business, more concerned with big buildings, over-the-top events and demands for more and more money, money, money.
This blog is intended to be a forum, a guide, to help others who have concerns and questions about current Scientology management. We’ll post useful links, information, and advice. If you’ve found this site, then you already have your doubts. It is not a crime to have doubts. It is not a crime to want to find out the truth. That truth may be hard to find. It may be hard to confront. But the truth, ultimately, will set you free.
Remember, as the Creed of the Church states, “We of the Church believe… 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.”