The “ideal” nuttiness is seeping into every corner of scientology. After 16 years of the “ideal org” program being pushed as the “solution” (and the carrot for release of “OT IX and X”), “ideal” has become a scientology catchphrase. Of cpurse, it is a successful means of getting cash, so why not? There are now ideal orgs, ideal AOs, ideal Narconons, ideal Missions, ideal accommodations and even ideal families…
Still, idealiness notwithstanding, it seems life in the scientology bubble is not all unicorns and butterflies. The ideal org program has ground to a slow and painful state of bedridden terminal illness. The ideal Narconon plan has been a complete flop. Ideal missions have had a few flash in the pans like Ocala (now deserted) and South Coast but very little news on this front at all.
Apparently the Foothills Mission is not making enough money to buy carpets from their dance, art, baking or their first lessons. So, they are back trying out playing the “ideal” card again. They don’t seem to do much scientology — if only they could get someone interested in that stuff it is highly profitable. $500 an hour for a person in a room with an emeter is easy money. Alas, they don’t seem able to pull that off.
But it would appear they have another problem. They are not “thinking big” — hell, ideal orgs need tens of millions to buy massive new buildings, and pay architects and buy fancy furniture. They go for over-the-top grandiose. These guys are pitching 20 grand for some new carpet… And they did this small think before when they did a GoFundMe to get some money for new ceilings and tables to make an “ideal courseroom”…
Foothills Mission has a hard time duplicating the successful actions.
This is what happens when the Key To Life course is retired as squirrel tech.
They are also asking for workers — perhaps they could request some RPFers to be sent over from Big Blue?