Mat Pesch describes his time in the Scientology Sea Org.
Former Sea Org member Chuck Beatty and Jeffrey Augustine discuss a perennial debate: Did L. Ron Hubbard appoint David Miscavige his successor, or, did David Miscavige seize power? Chuck also discusses his experiences in Author Services Incorporated and the way Miscavige used ASI to assume power over the Church prior to becoming COB RTC. Chuck describes how ASI was created as a legal way to funnel money to L. Ron Hubbard. Jeff mentions a little known fact: David Miscavige had a life-threatening asthma attack in 1980. Emerging from this crisis in a hospital emergency room, David Miscavige told Paul Grady that he had a revelation that “Power is Assumed” and thereafter began to assume power in the Church by whatever means it required.
This is part 2 of an on going Series exposing “Author Services”.
Marc Headley describes more details of life at Scientology’s Gold Base. Even though the wealth is obvious and there are multi-millions available to purchase those slick “Ideal Orgs” the food company Sysco was not paid for weeks so no food was available at INT Base, the Church Headquarters.
Whereupon rancid Tacos dipped in Oil were fed to the crew mixed in with old old meat. Listen to what happens…Marc also discusses his trip to Scientology’s secret CST base in Trementina, New Mexico and more.
Pete Griffiths talks about his life in and out of Scientology Inc. How he was left with a 2000 British pound bill for an event and the subsequent events.
Pete has been the target of obscene actions by office of special affairs, the intelligence division of the Church. These include associating him with Gay porn sites, pedophilia and other made up venom.
Pete has united folk in different camps Critics, Exes, Indies, old Guard, Anons, and brought them together. He fights the abuses and atrocities.
The first and earliest site on the Web which was most ex-Religious Technology Center and ex Sea org vets that exposed the internal conduct and behavior of the Scientology Cult hierarchy (Gold Base/Int base) was the site created by Steve Hall.
Steve spent 22 years in the Sea Org (mostly at INT Base) and he shares his thoughts and stories in his first interview.