Thursday, February 23, 2012

Crazy Days and Nights: Today's Blind Items - Escaping Your Church

Lisa Marie Sees a Psychiatrist? Hummmmm.

Crazy Days and Nights: Today's Blind Items - Escaping Your Church:

Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Crazy Days and Nights

Today's Blind Items - Escaping Your Church

"This once upon a time almost B+ list female singer is now more famous for being famous. Hey, at least it keeps her wealthy. She is also known for being a devout member of this church. She recently left it though after she suffered a nervous breakdown and went on an alcohol binge that would make Arthur proud. She went to rehab and while in rehab began seeing a psychiatrist. Uh oh. She also left her church which is never a good thing. However, if you are wealthier it is easier to avoid them. They knock at her door everyday and dig through her trash, but she just hires more and more security to keep them all away and stays locked inside her house. It is a stand off. Oh, the tales she will be able to tell. But what about her kids? Her other relatives who are also in the church?"

Of course this must be referring to Lisa Marie Presley. Anyone knowledgeable about Scientology, who also knows her history with it, can see the connection. And it's not surprising to me because many exs like myself have wondered when she was going to crack. The control they try to exert on these celebrities is intense. Lisa's history before she bacame a solid scientologist involved drugs and alcohol and they were supposed to have 'cured her' with their unworkable program Narconon and Purification Program.

So, if this story is true and it's about Lisa Marie Presley, its a major problem for the church if the facts get out. A major problem for it's front group CCHR!

Lets hope the reporter keeps digging and reporting on this. It will be helping whoever this victim is, and so many others who are wanting to leave but don't for fear of the cult's infamous disconnection policy and harassment as the article described.

Tuesday, February 07, 2012

Top Scientologist charged with perverting justice - Again

The infamous Jan Eastgate aka Jan Meyers, executive director of the Church of Scientology front group Citizens Commission on Human Rights, is once again in the news, being charged a second time for her crimes related to talking a child and her mother into not going to the authorities to report a scientologist relative who sexually abused the child.

While the wheels of justice turn slowly, they are headed in the right direction. Even though Meyers was ok'd to be in the USA, she failed to appear as required for the hearing today on the first charge. Perhaps she knew there was to be a second charge.... In any event, charged in absentia, she's in hot water and will have to appear eventually. Let us hope the USA extradites her as soon as possible. Here's the latest on that hearing.

Lateline- Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Broadcast: 07/02/2012
A senior international figure in the Church of Scientology has been charged in Sydney with a second offence relating to perverting the course of justice.

Top Scientologist charged with perverting justice
Updated February 07, 2012 23:06:00

A senior international figure in the Church of Scientology has been charged in Sydney with a second offence relating to perverting the course of justice.

Source: Lateline | Duration: 56sec

EMMA ALBERICI, PRESENTER: One of the Church of Scientology's senior international figures, Jan Eastgate, has been charged for a second time in Sydney today.

Last year, Ms Eastgate was charged with perverting the course of justice in relation to allegations that she coached an 11-year-old girl to lie to police and community services about the sexual abuse she suffered at the hands of her Scientologist stepfather.

The allegations were raised publicly for the first time on Lateline in 2010.

Today, she was charged with another offence relating to perverting the course of justice.

Ms Eastgate is the international president of the Citizens Commission on Human Rights, an organisation founded by the Church of Scientology. She was awarded the Church's Freedom Medal for promoting human rights in 1988.

Jan Eastgate is due to appear at a committal hearing at Sydney's Downing Centre on May 15. She has yet to enter a plea.

For the latest news on this story, visit Ex Scientologist Message Board

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Janice Meyer aka Jan Eastgate, Scientology Official, Arrested in Australia for Covering Up Sexual Abuse Claims

Janice Meyer aka Jan Eastgate, high level Scientology Official, Arrested in Australia for Covering Up Sexual Abuse Claims

A senior figure in the Church of Scientology, Eastgate Meyer appeared in a Sydney court accused of perverting the course of justice in 1985 by encouraging and coaching a child and her mother to not report sexual abuse by the stepfather who was a scientologist at the time.

Eastgate, being ineligible for Scientology services because of her mental health history, chose to help promote Scientology's anti-psychiatry front group, Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR),as a way of trying to prove her loyalty to the cult. That loyalty extended to helping the cult cover up atrocities like the one she is charged with trying to pervert the justice of.

Today Tonight - 2011-05-30 - Jan Eastgate arrested. Who is she and why is she charged?

Janice Meyer, 57, leaves court after arraignment. Today Tonight reports

You can read up further and follow this case as it progresses by visiting Reaching For The Tipping Point forum

Friday, September 16, 2011


CCHR was founded by the Church of Scientology and is based on the delusions and paranoia of L. Ron Hubbard and his hatred of psychiatry.

Stephen R Wiseman, M.D. is one of the most prominent mental health professionals in North America taking on the task of researching and publicly discussing the connection between L. Ron Hubbard, Scientology and it's attacks on the mental health industry.

From the notes of YouTube channel sKepptiksowat:

"Dr. Stephen R. Wiseman is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of British Columbia, and Consultant Psychiatrist at St. Paul's Hospital in Vancouver, BC. For a number of years he has been researching Scientology, its inventor L. Ron Hubbard, and the organization's anti-psychiatry arm, the Citizens Commission on Human Rights This is his first public talk about Scientology's war on Psychiatry, given at Vancouver's annual "Skepticamp" at UBC on March 20, 2010, and is of monumental significance in this long conflict."

Scientology's War Against Psychiatry [1/5]

Over at Reaching For The Tipping Point forum, one can find many videos and articles related to his efforts, such as the following.

Back in May 2011, The American Psychiatric Association Annusl Conference included the educational seminar titled

Chairperson.: Stephen R Wiseman, M.D., Department of Psychiatry, St. Paul’s Hospital, 1081 Burrard Street, Vancouver, V6Z1Y6 Canada,
Presenter(s): Stephen Wiseman, M.D., Nancy Many, B.S., C Lynn Partridge, M.D., Stephen Kent, M.A., Ph.D.

At the conclusion of this session, the participant should be able to:
1) Understand Scientology’s development and nature as a New Religion;
2) Appreciate the historical development of, and reasons for, Scientology’s opposition to the practice of psychiatry;
3) Identify some of Scientology’s current methods of opposing and stigmatizing psychiatric treatment; and
4) Appreciate the experience of mental illness and how it is handled from within Scientology.

L. Ron Hubbard published “Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health” in 1950, prior to then developing Scientology and registering it as a religion in 19534[sic]. During this time, he referred to psychiatry as a potential rival but not an enemy to be demonized and destroyed. This suddenly changed in 1955, however, and since this time, Scientology has been vociferously opposed to psychiatry to the degree of advocating for, and actively working towards, its entire destruction as a system of treatment. Today, both psychiatrists and the public alike are surprised by the degree of influence Scientology and its various affiliates have had, and continue to have, on antipsychiatry initiatives.

Utilizing sophisticated propaganda techniques to disseminate apparently legitimate criticisms of psychiatric practice, Scientology has supported and paved the way for more comprehensive and damaging attacks on the profession using legal and political methods. Any understanding of the ongoing stigma against psychiatry, its practice, and by extension those in need of psychiatric treatment, is entirely incomplete without an appreciation of the major role Scientology has played over the years in its perpetuation. This workshop explores the relationship between Scientology and psychiatry by commencing with an academically oriented discussion of the nature and internal mechanisms of new religions and cults in general and Scientology in specific. A detailed history of Scientology’s opposition to psychiatry, with specific ideas as to how and why this was triggered, is then presented.

Thirdly, Scientology’s current propaganda, legal, and political efforts to destroy psychiatry are reviewed, along with examples of how these have in fact had a stigmatizing influence. Finally, a personal testimony of Scientology’s teachings, and a struggle against mental illness from within the Church, is presented by a prominent ex-member who has also published her story in the book “My Billion Year Contract”. This will be a controversial workshop, in that it will be the first presentation of its kind in North America to address this issue directly.

Traditionally, the concern of legal action or even personal retribution against those who would speak out against Scientology’s antipsychiatry practices has been enough to preclude any such workshop as this until now.

You can find out how th conference and join in the discussion at TippingPoint


The Canadian Psychiatric Association 60th Annual Conference is being held September 23-26 in Toronto at the Westin Harbour Castle.

On Friday the 24th Dr. Stephen Wiseman is delivering a 75-minute workshop on Scientology v. Psychiatry.

The conference program schedule at p. A4, WO6: “No Pleasure Cruise: The Troubled Relationship Between Psychiatry and the Church of Scientology - Stephen Wiseman, MD" (

Dr. Wiseman speaks in this set of videos on CCHR, Dr. Steve Wiseman Investigates Thomas Szasz, co-founder of CCHR and More on Dr. Szasz and CCHR here

Dr. Wiseman spoke recently about L Ron Hubbard :
Knowledge Report: L. Ron Hubbard and the Evil Psychs

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Update on Scientology Human Trafficking Crimes

SME reports:

As per a posting I just made on WWP here is an update:


An amended complaint has now been made in the legal action of Laura DeCrescenzo vs. the church of scientology international.

A copy of the newly amended complaint can be found at:


Laura's complaint has been amended to add a claim for fraud because evidence is now at hand that organized scientology knew their "staff" documents would not be enforceable or effective, but used them anyway to intimidate employees.

Also, additional law including federal law has been added to the human trafficking claim, a subsection addressing the freeloader debt has been added, and a very useful California Supreme Court case has been added to the mix.

The complaint is very long and much of it has not been changed except for cosmetic reasons. Most of the changes and additions are in paragraphs 10, 14, 22-26, 42, 48, 51, 71-77, and 101-end.

Apparently there will be irrefutable testimony showing the fraud behind these agreements going back to the mid 70s and including people directly involved in same who actually worked with the diminished one who knows all about it. IMHO one person especially, whose name I will not mention but his initials are "David Miscavige", knew about the fraud all along and gave orders to perpetuate it.

As I understand it, this fraud charge is indeed quite serious, not to mention the other matters referred to above.

Much more is coming but this is an update to go with Marc's update on his own suit.

I do believe that the perfect shitstorm is forming in the western skies.

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Woman Driven Insane By Scientology

This is absolutely horrible. There is a video on YouTube of a Scientology customer who has been driven absolutely insane, worse than Tom Cruise, if you can believe it. Here is the video:

Click Here for Insane Scientology Customer

The poor woman has been subjected to such debilitative brainwashing and human rights abuses by Scientology that she starts screaming "pussy!" over and over until whatever's happening in her head causes her to turn around and walk away.

This is what Scientology does to people. The Scientology crime bosses and ringleaders deliberately drive people insane because they're so much easier to control and rook money out of such people when they're incapable of thinking for themselves. Scientology opposes mental health because a healthy, sane populace does not give their money to organized crime syndicates.

That level of violent insanity is what eventually kills innocent people.


Atrocitus wrote:

Hi guys. I'm one of the protesters in Minneapolis that day.

It started off as any other protest, really. Singing, dancing, handing out fliers. Around 11 or noonish, Georgia Tourettes comes by, pointing at all of us and calling us stupid. (lol wut) She as you already know by now had an issue with us wearing masks. While one Anon braved her rampage to explain to her why most of us wear masks, she wasn't having it and kept on with her shit. So chants of "Don't feed the troll!" were given and she flipped us off and walked away...right as a Minneapolis P.D. was rolling up onto Nicollet. Unfortunately, nothing happened to her and was given a warning.

She then came by a second time with the same nonsense, although with less energy. A couple of Anons tried explaining Fair Game again, but no success there. Most of us just pointed and laughed as she passed.

Then the third time around, she started her pussy rant. In an effort to drown her out and perhaps save some little kid's ears, we started our chants. And as you see in the vid, she gets up in as many faces as possible before going to hang out at the bus shelter about a half block away for like a minute. Surprisingly enough, she came back. But wasn't shouting at the top of her lungs. So brave anon from before attempted again to explain Fair Game. So she walks into the org. Three minutes later, she comes out and declares in her own special way that it doesn't exist.

Around this time, Minneapolis P.D. rolls up again and tells her to GTFO. I'm still curious as to why they didn't just arrest her. Last I checked, that amount of swearing loudly was illegal here. At least she was out of our hair for the rest of the day.

Whether or not she was a Scientologist, I'm not sure. She could very well be one of the random drunks that hang around Nicollet Mall. However, pretty much all of them have been fun and cordial and nice to us. For drunks, that is. So Scientologist: high probability.

Other then the video that Chipotle customer grabbed, one of our guys grabbed some and put it on his channel, found here:



Sunday, April 12, 2009

Insane Scientology Infiltrators Thrown out

Utterly amazing. These insane Scientology criminals are so hurting for money that they're trying to "poach" customers right from out of Christian churches, trying to rook and swindle people while hiding their true identity.

Get a load of what these fuckers have been up to. It's great seeing that Anonymous is out there helping to protect people from these Scientology criminals.

Rant Scientology invades Baptist convention

Definately go to the blog that reported this for the comments that have been posted. Here is the report copied for the CCHR blog:

Rant Scientology invades Baptist convention

Cincinnati Baptist Church held a convention on mental and physical health this weekend in Cincinnati. Churches such as this one are increasingly providing conventions such as this to bring in doctors and mental health councilors who can talk with their parishioners and test them or advise them on health issues.

In today's economy and many increasingly going without medical benefits, events such as this may be their only way to meet with health professionals at no cost and receive advice and information that could lead them to affordable care.

What started as a simple function to help those who seeking care turned into a strange comic like event involving cultist infiltrators into the convention who were then followed by a mysterious group of masked protesters who came to warn the convention goers against the menace that walked among them.

While the parishioners of the church came into the convention center seeking advice and to learn about important health issues from medical professionals, another group of people came slinking in behind them with a separate agenda. Sporting clipboards with questionnaires and pink flyers railing against psychiatry and the medical industry, Scientologists came in seeking the names and phone numbers of those attending the convention.

But you wouldn't hear from them that they were out recruiting for the so called "Church" of Scientology, a non christian cult that is in direct competition with the Baptist Church as well as against many forms of medical treatment and all forms of psychiatric treatment. Revelations of who they really were would come later when those who gave out their information were invited into their "org" building and struck with a high pressure sales pitch that would put them on the path to changing from Baptists to Scientologists.

Convention security caught the soliciting Scientologists and threw them out multiple times before another group showed up, a masked group of protesters known as Anonymous. The Baptists were at first concerned their convention was being targeted. However the Baptist Church representative in charge of the convention came out to speak to the protesters to find out why they were outside wearing masks and learned the real reason they were there... to warn the Baptists that the people with the clipboards and pink flyers were there to try to lure them into the Cult of Scientology.

The representative was quite upset to find out they were being targeted and moved quickly to announce over the loudspeaker system to everyone inside to avoid giving personal information to the Scientologists and that they were non Christian cult members trying to poach Baptist membership with fake questionnaires and "personality" tests. The warning given to all, the Anonymous protesters moved back to protesting the Scientology cult building a block away.

This kind of infiltration of medical based conventions by Scientology cult members is nothing new and plays out in many major cities across the US, often unbeknownst to those running the events. Thankfully many citizens are using their power of free speech and anonymity to come out and face down the cultists and to warn those who are running these helpful events that they are being lied to by the cultist recruiters who come in under the guise of providing their own form of "help".

So if you or your church are going to be running one of these conventions, beware of infiltrators bearing clip boards and who are evasive about who they are or simply claim they are there to talk about "Dianetics". Beef up your security and screening and involve law enforcement to remove the Scientology recruiters in case you need to get an injunction to keep them off the premises in the future.