J. Augustine — Chart 4

Another reason I work to protect folks from Scientology

The Scientology Money Project

Intended to be read from bottom to top, this is the latest draft copy in my series of wall charts that attempt to explain the Church of Scientology.

Chart 4 argues that the weak link in the Church of Scientology is the Sea Org.

Jpeg on top; scroll down for PDF version.




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A Gallery – Scientology’s art centre in London

Temple of Xenu

A Gallery is an art gallery run by Fraser Kee Scott, based in Wimbledon, London, and at first glance it seems no different to any other art gallery. It is only on glancing at the Links page that something seems amiss; it’s a Scientology love-fest, with links to:

– Scientology Celebrity Centre
– Scientology
– Dianetics
– Narconon
– Citizens Commission on Human rights
– Criminon
– Applied Scholastics

His site also links to this interview from My Art Space, in which Scott’s Scientology beliefs are more prominent:

Q. What kind of message do you want the art you exhibit at A Gallery to have?

A. “I want to show art that lifts society. I want to show art that lifts people spirits, that helps them to see deeper meaning in life and to question things and be happier. Society is in a lot of trouble. There is mass war…

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The ‘Most Haunted Island’ on Earth Is Now Up for Auction


For those who watched American Horror Story and thought, “Gee, it looks like Connie Britton is having a fantastic time, how can I recreate this living experience?”—you’re in luck. To pay off its public debt and appease the European Union’s budgeting guidelines, Italy is auctioning an island off of Venice that just happens to be considered one of the most haunted places on earth! Or as HuffPost puts it, “Like Hell, but in Italy.” Getting driven into madness by ghosts is so much more fun when you get to eat pasta while doing it!

Why should you be afraid of the deserted Venetian island of Poveglia?

For starters, it is deserted. Even though it’s beautiful and incredibly close to Venice, one of the most fannypack and Segway-tour-filled cities in the world. Literally 10 minutes from Saint Marco Square.

Poveglia’s sordid history serves asa good explanation for why no…

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