Leaving Scientology, Waking Up To The American Nightmare

Freewinds Reboarding Pass

Leaving A World In A Bubble Isn’t Easy In case you never read my previous posts, I spent 20 years in Scientology’s top level restricted “religious order”, the Sea Organization. I know this post will probably be shared in other areas and therefore it is written in such a language that anyone will understand. I want to bring the fact to your attention that this story could have happened to a relative of yours and it could have been another religion or cult or community, etc. The main thing I want to say is that such people will fall onto

My Escape from Scientology

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This is my story of escaping from Scientology’s Sea Organization. I spent 18 years at the so-called Flag Land Base, Clearwater, FL and 2 years on the cruise ship Freewinds at the Caribbean. The schedule on the ship was much more tough than at Flag and the sugarcoat treatment I received at the beginning melted away very quick. I ended up in the brutal atmosphere of the galley with a nasty Restaurant Manager as my senior. I acquired a hernia and I had to continue carrying heavy racks for several more months. I also noticed the way the Captain of the

Why I Left The Sea Org

Peter Aruba Beach

Crimes And Suppression In The Sea Org Summed up in two words: I left because I felt suppressed and restricted and I didn’t see a chance for change. Of course in the Sea Org this doesn’t count as a reason for leaving, as “a person with a clean heart cannot be hurt” and a person is “at full cause over everything that happens to him” and a thetan (the name for the spirit in Scientology) has the ultimate ability “to make everything right”. In Scientology viewpoint there are two reasons someone leaves the Sea Org: Harmful acts or omissions committed