21 June 2006
A small site (codebot.org) has published an article critizing scientology
that has been "dugg" (meaning recommended by digg.com), at
Subsequently, the scientology sent a Cease & Desist letter threatening
They used their usual legal threats (see
Would you mind hosting a mirror of the page for the sake of the freedom of
[Note: Verio hosts Cryptome.org]
Church of Scientology Takedown Notice
This office represents the L. Ron Hubbard Library, the owner of the copyrights
to a number of scriptures and trade secrets, the founder of the Scientology
religion, has issued the following notice to Verio Inc, a subsidiary of NTT
Communications. The website "codebot.org" under your control registered to
IP address 126.96.36.199 is in violation of federal trademark and copyright
This information summary contains the details necessary for you to understand
the events, background and issues of the equity and law that pertains to
the Church of Scientology's fight for its property and First Amendment right
of free religious exercise.
A small portion of the Church's scriptures were broadly released on said
website, and made available to the general public who have not completed
the prior steps of religious study and counseling. Conspiracy to disseminate
Scientology's copyrighted and trade secret scriptures is a crime and will
result in arrest, prosecution, conviction and imprisoned for theft. Additionally,
The Church faces economic harm from what would be essentially black market
trafficking in its protected works and attempts to dissuade individuals from
becoming Scientologists by holding its scriptures up to derision. As a result
we request you suspend the account holding this website, and place this notice
up in reparation for our damages. Your prompt attention to this matter will
result in no further legal action.
We appreciate your attention.
Church of Scientology International
6331 Hollywood Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90028
Phone: (323) 960 3500
Fax: (323) 960 3508
[From a mirror site.]
Scientology is not Science
...dedicated to all the victims of scientology, free speech, and,
McPherson. Mirrored from codebot.
Scientology hurts people
a lot. It hasn't stood the test of time, which makes it more of a cult than
anything else. I researched
Scientology for my college
journalism graduate studies project and here's what I found.
As it's core tenet,
Scientology teaches that
all the bad things in the world come from negative life experiences. For
example, if you were bitten by a dog as a child, without realizing it you
might develop an irrational fear of dogs (preventing negative life experiences
is why they insist their babies be born in complete silence). Using special
auditing techniques and e-meter technology, both of which
Scientology claims L Ron
Hubbard created, they believe they are able to remove these bad thoughts
from your body.
This premise of Scientology,
when explained as being part of science, seems reasonable enough to get people
started in the cult.
In actuality though, both auditing and the e-meter existed before L Ron Hubbard
created them. Auditing was an early type of psychoanalysis experimented with
in the early part of the last century. It was soon discarded when the experts
of the time came to the conclusion it had no real lasting therapeutic value.
The e-meter is based on the same technology as a primitive lie detector.
At first they introduce you to courseware and studies using seemingly innocuous
subjects such as tapes on how to have a happy marriage, and how to control
youâre eating habits. Where things get really weird is
when they teach you to hate psychology and require you to pay money, lots
of it, for the courses and auditing sessions. These materials and sessions
are required to progress up the
As you progress up the ladder, the church begins to reveal more information
about itself to you. They contend it canât be revealed
to you all up front, because the information is so powerful, that if you
were to hear about it with an unprepared mind it would kill you (it's that
powerful). What they begin to reveal is that all the negative energy trapped
inside you are actually thetans, and that thetans are wandering immortal
souls carrying past life experiences.
If at some point you cannot continue to pay for the courseware and the auditing
sessions, you will be offered a thousand year contract to serve the church
for free, in lieu of the fees. You see, the church begins to teach their
followers that by following the courseware they will eventually become immortal,
and a thousand years is pittance in comparison to forever.
Working for the church is something that can turn quite unpleasant. It's
like an army structure without the organization. Superiors abuse and degrade
their workers. They make them do the worst jobs, and can have them locked
away using a special confinement technique.
Eventually the courses teach you that once you reach the state of "clear"
all thetans will be purged from you body. After "clear" you progress to an
OT (operating thetan). As an OT you will begin to develop supernatural powers
(John Travolta is a high level OT).
It's in the OT levels that the church begins to tell you the true story of
the universe. They teach you that the thetans were actually hundreds and
hundreds of billions of interplanetary space beings placed on Earth by the
evil galactic ruler Xenu. They were killed by Xenu when he placed their bodies
around volcanoes (somewhere around Hawaii) and bombarded them with H-Bombs.
Their souls attempted to escape after death, but Xenu anticipated this and
had machines ready to capture them. The souls were taken to giant 3D cinemas
and brainwashed into believing all kinds of bad things, like the story of
God and the devil. Finally, Xenu released thetans into the atmosphere, where
they began to clump together and make their way into our human ancestor's
To protect all of this information, the church uses its vast sums of money
to litigate into oblivion those that speak out against the church. They have
an entire dictionary of terms and plays to use against people. For example,
if you were in the church and knew someone critical of it they would label
or potential trouble source. The outside person would be called a suppressive
person. As a PTS you are required to get rid of the suppressive person. This
leads to the Scientology
policy of disconnection.
Another trick Scientology
uses is spying, threatening, and record keeping. See, the contents of your
auditing sessions are kept by the church. They have all your deep dark secrets,
and if you ever leave and are perceived as a danger in any way, they won't
hesitate to threaten you with this information. Watch the scary video of
scientology doing it's
Scientology is dangerous
cult. They have ruined lives and
killed people. If your are
interested in learning more the many true life stories of people hurt by
the cult, search the Internet. Just don't join their cult.