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Scientology Fraud Exposed Ex-Scientology Kids Speak

ExScientology Kids
I was born. I grew up I escaped.

This is the header of the new website

They explain right from the beginning that they are attempting to be non-judgmental, but that doesn’t mean non-biased. The three women who started the website; Kendra Wiseman, Jenna Miscavige Hill and Astra Woodcraft explain that they grew up with scientology, and left for various reasons. One said she was allegedly pressured by the church to have an abortion, and another is directly related to the current leader David Miscavige. They obviously have some credibility.

The website starts off from the first page protecting itself from the litigious church by explaining they have not printed any copy written materials, other than those words or phrases that could be considered “fair use.” They go on to explain some of the lingua franca and acronyms of the church (some of these were recently featured in the story about the January 2008 release of the Tom Cruise video here and it’s follow up by fellow actor Jerry O’Connell here )
Here’s a quote from the site:

What do the OT3 materials say?

This may be really difficult for lower-level Scientologists to believe, but here goes: In the OT3 materials basically say that 75 million years ago, an evil being named Xenu decided to solve a population problem on his galactic colony by exiling a bunch of people to Earth. Xenu then did a ton of horrible things to these people, like drugging them, placing their bodies around a volcano, and blowing them up with H-bombs.

Are these three just acting out as many people do when they grow up? We think not. They probably wish they were born with theFutonPoncho instead of a tinfoil beanie. If you want a good laugh, you might want to check this website out. If you read the authors testimonials, it might even make you sick. It is an excellent read Who knows how long it will be up before the churches lawyers have it pulled, so hurry up!

We’ll keep you informed of this and other entertaining news.

Spelling in this story is correct and can be used for reference however common mistyped words include miscavage, miscavidge, sientology, sceintology, tom cruse, jerrie oconnel, exsientolegy, scientolagy, astra woodcraff, kendra wizemann ,wisemann, wizeman

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  • WooHoo! dude, thanks for finding this. I bookmarked it and will come back in the future.

    Comment by WhoWantsToKnow — 2008 March 5 @ 9:22 pm

  • Too bad that the horror stories on the “Ex-Scientology Kids” website consist almost entirely of anonymous reports with no chain of evidence.

    If even a tenth of those stories were real, there would be a massive U.S. congressional investigation on Scientology shutting them down so fast it’d make your head swim. But that doesn’t seem to be happening. Funny how all these controversies only seem to exist on the internet, isn’t it?

    The last resort of those who have a grudge against a religion but can’t prove any of their allegations in court is to make some big scary website with lots of nebulous, unverifiable claims.

    Comment by elizabeth stride — 2008 March 19 @ 4:22 pm

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