Thursday, January 31, 2008

Cruise to Xenu~Adventures in Scientology

Tom Cruise 1st to Get Ducati Superbike

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Tom Cruise is the first on the list to get Ducati's newest motorcycle — a $72,500 superbike bristling with titanium, magnesium and carbon fiber technology that can scoot up to 200 mph.

Cruise is scheduled to take delivery of the Desmosedici RR at Beverly Hills Ducati this week. Only 1,500 of the red-and-white Moto GP racing replica motorcycles will be made and Cruise gets the first.

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Creating Realities?

Could you imagine Tommy parking his Ducati outside a biker bar and walking in through the saloon doors. I wonder how long it would take for his authority be questioned and what would happen to him and that crotch rocket? His first profound revelation would probably be that he shouldn't be talking about creating realities when he should be dealing with realities in the real world...G:

The word Scientology literally means "the study of truth." It comes from the Latin word "scio" meaning "knowing in the fullest sense of the word" and the Greek word "logos" meaning "study of."

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Xenu: The Core Belief of Scientology?

After achieving the State of Clear, Scientologists proceed to the more advanced spiritual levels within Scientology, called the OT or Operating Thetan Levels. (Operating Thetan is a Scientology term for a spiritual being that can exist independently of the material universe - similar to the transcendental Bodhisattva in Mahayana Buddhism).

The upper spiritual levels in Scientology are confidential. It is believed that individuals who run the advanced technological processes prematurely (without being spiritually and ethically prepared) are at risk from mental and spiritual damage. Such is the reason the Church of Scientology goes to great efforts to maintain their confidentiality and is often involved in litigation with critics who publish them without permission.



  1. According to Dan Burisch (Crain), that picture of that "ET" you have is actually one of our "grandkids" as you so aptly put.

    As he puts it, they are one branch of our descendents from the future who came back to "straighten" a problem out, but instead created one in which, check this, resulted in "them". "They" are the result of a coming disaster that results from our time here.

    Good tinfoil huh? Check out the Project Camelot site:

    As for L. Ron Hubbard's invented religion, he made no secret of creating a religion to get rich; "Make money. Make more money. Make others produce so as to make money . . . However you get them in or why, just do it." and "Make sure that lots of bodies move through the shop,"

    – L. Ron Hubbard

    Hubbard was a charlatan among charlatans, another who claimed to have the "Creator's Ear".

    And he was a crappy sci-fi writer to boot!

  2. Good tinfoil indeed Dad. I remember when folks used to save the real stuff during WW2. Households usually had a big ball of it, from cigarette packs, gum wrappers, candy bars, and most anything that you can think of that now has plastic on it. I guess that aluminum is now, as Jack Nicholson says, "as good as it gets".

    Checked out Project Camelot site, and will have to add more band width to my organic processer...Whoooaah
    I have book marked it foor future reference..

    "Make sure that lots of bodies move through the shop,"

    Kinda scary when I think about it. A couple of Mormans in suits showed up on my doorstep yesterday morning...G: