Surviving Scientology Episode 39 with Mark Fisher

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In this podcast Mark Fisher — David Miscavige’s former assistant for many years at the Corporate Liaison Office and later RTC — discusses how L. Ron Hubbard never appointed David Miscavige as his Successor. Instead, Author Services Inc. was the privately-owned for-profit company David Miscavige used to stage a palace coup to take over RTC after the death of L. Ron Hubbard.

Surviving Scientology Episode 38 with Mike Rinder

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Mike Rinder voices new anecdotes and looks ahead to 2016.
It was interesting to digest the concept in law of “Libel proof.” Their reputation is so bad, that they can’t be libeled.
It would be like ISIS complaining that we were disparaging them.
Mike Rinder rarely talks about the assault and battery. In this video he shares with us body assault while on the phone with Tom Tobin and Joe Childs of the Tampa bay Times.

Surviving Scientology Episode 37 with Jesse Prince

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L Ron Hubbard never involved David Miscavige in anything technical or to do with counselling, Jesse discusses, yet Miscavige would up supervising “Tech delivery” to Lisa who then died in Church Custody, Jesse tells of how Scientology killed her in 17 days whereas not even Aids and Cancer patients don’t die in 17 days.
Jesse’s purpose for speaking out for the last 15 years is to prevent another Lisa Mcpherson gruesome death.
Tony Ortega, world class journalist tells the story in daily segments.

Surviving Scientology Episode 36 with Bill Franks

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Bill Franks shares a remarkable incident when L Ron Hubbard tells David Mayo and himself that people depart Scientology Inc because of upsets *NOT* because of transgressions or harmful acts “overts” which is absolutely backbone theory of all of Scientology.
There are more stories, more important history.

Surviving Scientology Episode 35 with Aaron Smith-Levin

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In a fascinating and wide raging interview with Jeffrey Augustine, former Sea Org member Aaron Smith-Levin discusses the topics of Scientology’s controversial Freeloader bills, the Clear Cognition, and other topics.

Companion documents for this interview:

Aaron and his wife’s Freeloader Bill totaling $129,344.27 itemized on an Excel spreadsheet. Note: You must download this document on Scribd to view it as an Excel spreadsheet.

Petition to reduce Freeloader Debt by removing Non-Bridge courses.