Xenu also called or spelled “Xemu”, was, according to Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, the dictator of the “Galactic Confederacy” who 75 million years ago brought billions of his people to Earth. These people were blown up y hydrogen bombs, and the now-disembodied victims’ souls, which Hubbard called thetans. Scientology’s money scam is conning victims into paying huge sums to ‘clear their mind and body’ of their ruins or problems in life.
What starts out relatively cheap quickly escalates into many tens or hundreds of thousands with empty bank accounts and maxed out credit cards.
“MAKE MONEY – MAKE MORE MONEY – MAKE OTHER PEOPLE PRODUCE SO AS TO MAKE MORE MONEY.” – L. Ron Hubbard 1972. In some Scientology churches, the “Make Money” chant is still heard today before some events.
“Somebody someday will say ‘this is illegal.’ By then be sure the orgs Scientology organizations] say what is legal or not.” – L. Ron Hubbard 1966.
Ron Hubbard, SCIENCE OF SURVIVAL: If a human being cannot be raised above 2.0 on the ‘Tone Scale’, “…dispose of them quietly and without sorrow.” In other words, KILL them and “let them sleep with the fishes?”
In the OEC Executive Division 7, page 12, L. Ron Hubbard states: “When someone enrolls, consider he or she has joined up for the duration of the universe – never permit an open minded approach. If they’re going to quit, let them quit fast. If they enrolled, they’re aboard; and if they’re aboard, they’re here on the same terms as the rest of us – win or die in the attempt.” (…) “We’d rather have you dead than incapable.”
It is obvious to many that Hubbard was using and addicted to drugs, and even admitted so in a 1967 letter to his wife: “I’m drinking lots of rum and popping pinks and greys.”
L Ron Hubbard was given Vistaril by Dr. Gene Denk in his final days, by intramuscular injection in the right buttocks. Vistaril is a psychiatric drug, used to calm frantic or overly anxious patients.
Lloyd Eshbach is quoted as hearing L. Ron Hubbard say, “I’d like to start a religion. That’s where the money is.”
Scientology battled the United States IRS for many years, filing countless lawsuits for the recognition of Scientology as a religion. In 1993, the Church of Scientology International (CSI) and the United States Internal Revenue Service struck an agreement, under which the Church gained tax exemption for itself and its subsidiaries and in return paid $12.5 MILLION DOLLARS to cover the church’s payroll, income and estate-tax bills for an undisclosed number of years prior to 1993, as well as discontinuing numerous lawsuits. The terms of the agreement did not become public until four years later, when they were leaked to the Wall Street Journal.
Many ex-Scientologists and the public believe and demand that the tax exemption should be REVOKED – declaring that not only is Scientology NOT a religion, but is an organization that harms society, and even kills. A long list of deceased victims is revealed at the website, “Why Are They Dead?”
In Canada, Scientology is a convicted criminal organization, and Canadian Senator Hervieux-Payette states: “The Church of Scientology’s rap sheet contains charges and accusations of fraud, extortion, capital flight, coercion, the illegal practice of medicine, taking advantage of mentally ill persons and murder.”
The Italian term “Mafia” (sometimes spelled “Maffia” in early texts) was created in Sicily. Mafia is an organized crime syndicate that primarily practices protection racketeering — the use of violent intimidation to manipulate, bonded together by a code of honour, safeguards the Mafia from outside intrusion and law enforcement.
Notorious, Mafia boss, Al Capone, somewhat similar in taste to David Miscavige, “… indulged in custom suits, cigars, gourmet food and drink (his preferred liquor was Templeton Rye from Iowa and female companionship. He was particularly known for his flamboyant and costly jewelry. His favorite responses were “I am just a businessman, giving the people what they want”, and “All I do is satisfy a public demand.”
After using bribery and widespread intimidation to take over during elections for the town council, Capone based himself in Cicero. This made it difficult for the North Siders to target him.
The IRS special investigation unit chose Frank J. Wilson to investigate Capone, and the focus was on his spending. The key to Capone’s conviction on tax charges was proving his income legally. Capone’s profits from criminal activity did not have to be entered on a tax return until 1927, when the Supreme court ruled that illegally earned income had to be declared.
At Alcatraz, Capone’s decline became increasingly evident as neurosyphilis progressively eroded his mental faculties. He spent the last year of his sentence in the prison hospital, confused and disoriented. Capone completed his term in Alcatraz on January 6, 1939, and was transferred to the Federal Correctional Institution at Terminal Island in California, to serve out his sentence for contempt of court. He was paroled on November 16, 1939.
In 1946, his physician and a Baltimore psychiatrist performed examinations and concluded Capone had the mental capability of a 12-year-old child.
On January 21, 1947, Capone had a stroke. He regained consciousness and started to improve but contracted pneumonia, and died on January 25, 1947.
L. Ron Hubbard, David Miscavige, Al Capone, Scientology, and the Mafia, all had a common thread of violence, manipulation, intimidation, corruption, conspiracy, death, and countless other evils upon society. Crime bosses, cult dictators, sociopaths, and cases of mental illness for a psychiatrist would fit all these players.
When you look at the origins of a group you look at its roots and the “signature” of its genetic inheritance. Even though the organizational roots may be hidden from sight the organization will always bear the type of “fruit” dictated by its “genetic” heritage and origins. The main origins of Scientology are revealed in Hubbard’s imitation of Aleister Crowley and his “Ordo Templi Orientis” (OTO).