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Parenting Styles: How does a Scientologist Approach Parenting?

My daughter and I, out for a hike in the woods.

Communication and setting a good example are two of the main precepts. Read More »

UFOs Spotted Over Scientology U.K. Headquarters – Close Encounters of the Suspicious Kind?


It could be nothing more ominous than the folks at the Scientology headquarters having some shrimp on the barbie and floating some illuminated lanterns just for kicks. Read More »

Movie Review: After Earth


After Earth is one of only two new films this weekend, do yourself a favor and see anything else. Read More »

Dethroning the Hierophant

The resignation of Pope Benedict XVI: Bellwether of the breakdown of religious authority and religious abuse. Read More »

Movie Review: The Master (2012) – A Master Class in Performance Only

The Master will bring on the accolades for acting, but leaves a lot to be desired as an overall film. Read More »

The Demise of Tom and Katie: Cruise or Damage Control?

The one we should worry about here is little Suri. She is probably in for a bumpy ride for the rest of her life. Read More »

My Mother and Scientology: The Story I Never Knew

How did my mom come upon Scientology? What was in it for her? Read More »

Book Review: The Church of Scientology: A History of a New Religion by Hugh B. Urban

An academic history of the controversial church raises interesting questions, but pulls its punches. Read More »

Book Review: Inside Scientology: The Story of America’s Most Secretive Religion by Janet Reitman

Builds a sturdy scaffold on which readers can stand and watch the goings-on inside this 58-year-old New Age religion. Read More »

Weighing In On The Mosque Near Ground Zero

Accepting our differences will only make us stronger... Read More »