Normally I would have simply included a couple of these in the Thursday Funnies and been done with it.
But this week it hit saturation level and I felt it deserves a single post that gathers together a sample of one week of pitches from the most OT org on earth. The top of the bridge. It doesn’t get any better than this, what every scientologist is striving for.
The Moneywinds no longer seems to operate on any pretense about “delivering service” — they are ONLY about helping people make money so they might extract it from them. What is that saying about money being the lowest motivating drive there is?
Top of the Bridge?
This is once again proof of what the “top of bridge” in scientology is REALLY all about. It’s why I call it the religion that worships money. It seems to be all everyone strives for. It is the measure of status in scientology. And it is the constant focus of staff and public alike.
They even have their OT VIII C/S out pitching “The Keys to Prosperity.”
And I must say, Bob certainly doesn’t project an image of light and airy spiritual freedom…
BTW — there are supposedly TWO “ideal orgs” in San Jose area? Why are they not doing this at either of the orgs?
5 hours per day? Phew….
Even when they are promoting public speaking (?) it’s pitched as “Cause your Prosperity”. Why?
And this has degenerated into a “Closing Workshop”. Wow. nothing subtle about this one.
Another seminar with 5 hours a day hammering on “prosperity”? (And the rest of the day spent trying to avoid the regges who are working on their own prosperity)
More closing. And this one by the world-famous Tamas Kasza? Weird.
And this line up of rug sellers, PR’s and professional handout takers is really going to set the house on fire. And look at that itinerary — Aruba, Bonair and Curacao. They might have trouble scraping together the money to move the 100 miles for the round trip between the islands…
This is literally a DELUGE of MAKE MONEY, MAKE MORE MONEY, MAKE OTHERS MAKE MONEY.
Only if praying at the altar of cash counts as religious practice.