With Scientology largely shut down by the pandemic, the few remaining members reminisce

Karen#1

Well-known member

EXCERPT from blog:
We’ve been telling you for years that Scientology is in trouble. From a height of about 100,000 active members around the year 1990 (Scientology has never had the “millions” it’s always claimed), that number has steadily decreased until our most recent estimate from a recent high-ranking defector is fewer than 20,000 members around the world.

And that was before the coronavirus pandemic shut down the orgs around the world. (Scientology is still keeping its “advanced” Orgs in places like Los Angeles and Clearwater, Florida going, and with the blessing of local government officials.)
 
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EXCERPT from blog:
We’ve been telling you for years that Scientology is in trouble. From a height of about 100,000 active members around the year 1990 (Scientology has never had the “millions” it’s always claimed), that number has steadily decreased until our most recent estimate from a recent high-ranking defector is fewer than 20,000 members around the world.

And that was before the coronavirus pandemic shut down the orgs around the world. (Scientology is still keeping its “advanced” Orgs in places like Los Angeles and Clearwater, Florida going, and with the blessing of local government officials.)
I think this pandemic could take this cult down. The upper management will become very violent and the trickle down will effect the poor fools still working for Scientology for free. The stats will crash and Tom Cruise will take repsonsiblity for the pandemic and he will start putting in his own ethics and then ruthlessly put in others ethics in Clearwater, like David Miscavige.
It is written in the tea leaves, the coffee grinds, the starts. :giggle:
 
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