Regraded Being April 21, 2023 By Mike Rinder 10 Comments Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin
These two will be in big trouble for Q&Aing and trying to evaluate Command Intention.
The first rule of Scientology is you can’t talk about Scientology (other than verbal exclamations of extreme success where their emotions are overwhelming with how fantastically well it works).
When things don’t seem to go so well it means THEY have committed a spiritual crime and will have to pay heavily.
Another gem. Every line of Scientology Sunday Service is hilarious. How do you do it, RB? And look, if I’m boring in my praise its not my fault but yours for being so damned consistently funny. This Sunday Service thing is so SP good I’ve actually printed it out to keep in my desk for when I need a laugh at the cult’s expense between Fridays.
Finally! A piece of Scientology promo that tells the absolute truth!
As for suggesting that wogs not read LRH books, doesn’t that go against policy?
Yeah, yeah, I know. Since when does the Church of Scientology adhere to LRH policy?
Fred G. Haseney says
Today’s Regraded Being is good; the Scientology Sunday Service (“You and Your family are hereby summoned…”) is exceptionally good.
The ‘Catch 22’ religion. Disseminate it at you own peril, be damned if you do & be damned if you don’t.
I guess to a Scientologist, communication is the final frontier…
Zee Moo says
Giggles ensue. Yes Mrs Clam, it is always about the money.
Pardon me while I laugh.
You remind me of the last few years I was in. My ex and I would argue, then plan how to go to the event, and get out before the regges started. They got tricky with it afyer a while. If you were a target or given as a goal to (get) as a reg cycle, the reg would slide in next to you while the event was still happening and start.
Oh yes, before any crowd came to any event, usually the leadership gave the Reg targets (people) to get money goals from.
You were supposed to be doing better in life, but IF you were doing well in life, you almost or DID regret it as you were a big fat bullseye for a Reg. ,or two or 3 if they wanted to double team you.
UGH, I did not like this walk down memory lane Mike.
You should have heard what was said in reg meetings when the IAS came to town! There were lists made of the HOT prospects with a ranking system of “Grade “A” to D, who were their opinion leaders, best comm lines, successful reg, what is their buttons, what is their close (From Big League Sales book) who can get them to confirm attendance, staff or public/fsm and more. Info about their personal finances, what’s happening with their cash flow, last bridge purchase, who will loan them money, inheritances, windfalls, new car or home purchases etc. It’s all planned out. and sometimes drilled.
A reg can smell money a mile away from the way a public reacts to them. Especially when the public avoids them more than usual, won’t take their calls, or all of a sudden can’t be on course or attend events.
dr mac says
I remember the first time I dared look at an anti-scientology article online (just after receiving the infamous Debbie Cook email) – I think I went what at the time I would have called exterior.