We’ve all had one. The one we’re oh so happy ‘got away’. The parallels between ‘him’ & scientology are frightening. He wants to control everything. He isolates you. He has something to say about where you go, how you act, what you say, who you talk to. What you keep from him. He interrogates you. Spies on you. He threatens you if you want to leave. He comes after you if you try. These are not the actions of a mature, stable, well grounded person:
On the contrary, these actions speak volumes. Fear. Paranoia. Arrogance. Callousness. Ruthlessness. Lack of trust. Lack of self-awareness. Immaturity. It’s toxic. And it’s unhealthy. For everyone involved. Narcissism. Projection. Gas lighting. Unstable. Unpredictable. Dangerous. He stalks you. Your friends. Your family. Your coworkers. Your boss. He smears you everywhere he can, spreading lies in hopes it turns people against you. He’s a master manipulator. Egotistical. Obsessive. Impatient. Aggressive. Out to get you. A huge reflection of scientology’s inventor, L. Ron Hubbard. Delusional. Zero scientific evidence.
It’s abuse on so many levels. Toxic. Wrong. And when you call them out on their bullshit, they deny, deny, deny.
“Never happened!” – scientology
Let’s be frank – if LRH was really interested in helping people, he wouldn’t have charged such exorbitant fees. That in itself is proof he was only interested in helping himself. Combine that with exploding volcanos, invisible alien body infestations, Xenu, & well …
Move over Pyramid, Ponzi, & Madoff: This is the Hubbard scheme. He puts the evil in devil. Auditing: A blackmail session – Log your secrets for use at a later date = Control & SP: One who cannot be brainwashed = Control over those he cannot control.The best thing to do in both scenarios is run. Run like hell.