Scientology and Anonymous – in 100 seconds

Learn the basics about Scientology and why Anonymous took up arms against it. This is definitely worth less than 2 minutes of your miserable life.

“CULT!” says John Sweeney loudly and clearly

Camelot Castle Hotel owners’ ‘religion’ branded a cult by BBC’s John Sweeney last night Yes, folks. Exactly as you’d expect, John Sweeney took his revenge on the madness that is Scientology in last night’s Panorama. If you’re here reading this then I’m sure you watched it, so I won’t bore you with the details. Suffice … Continue reading

Q: What do you call a man who thinks he has an answer to everything?

A: L.Ron Hubbard This picture is interesting because it was taken at a celebration of Plymouth Scientologists following the purchase of the Royal Fleet Hotel which Scientologists want to turn into an ‘Ideal Org’. It’s interesting because, after all I’ve learned about Scientology recently, I found the image of a Scientologist wearing a dog collar … Continue reading

Marketing of Madness DVD: what qualifies this cult to pronounce…

…on how to care for people with psychiatric disorders? If you’ve recently received the ‘Marketing of Madness’ DVD from Scientologists John and Irina Mappin and Ted Stourton at Camelot Castle Hotel, you might find yourself wondering exactly what qualifies this cult to critique the entire psychiatric profession and to offer the ‘treatments’ of L.Ron Hubbard … Continue reading

Mystery helicopter guests – not exactly an answer…

… but a neat piece of body language analysis from AnotherSock at the WhyWeProtest forum. You can almost imagine this framed in the entrance hall of Camelot Castle Hotel. Or not 😉 BTW – in case you don’t know, the scribbled gobbledegook on the right of the picture is L.Ron Hubbard’s hand-written ‘OT III’ story … Continue reading

Friends of Camelot! Meet our beloved L.Ron Hubbard

Who appears to be…. …a different L.Ron Hubbard to the one factually documented by the rest of the world. When you find out a little bit about him (even the things Wikipedia has to say, far less these kind of things) it’s no wonder. Interesting also to note that this email doesn’t refer to Hubbard … Continue reading

L.Ron’s ‘Admissions’ – the root of scientology?

L.Ron’s personal writings believed to show his struggle to control himself and his inadequacy Written in 1947 (the time when he made a plea for psychiatric help), these writings were at first called ‘L.Ron Hubbard’s ‘Affirmations’ ‘.  They are now known as ‘L.Ron Hubbard’s ‘Admissions’ ‘ since this is what they appear to be: admissions … Continue reading

L.Ron begs for help: the root of scientology?

Is there any relation between this letter and scientology’s hatred of Psychiatry and the use of drugs to treat mental illness? It’s 1947. Depressed, unbalanced and medicated ex-serviceman Lafayette Ron Hubbard begs his Veterans Administration for free psychiatric help. He doesn’t get it. L.Ron then goes on to invent Dianetics, a ‘self-help’ system founded on … Continue reading

Camelot Castle Hotel has an office set aside for L.Ron Hubbard…probably

At least that’s what most scientology ‘churches’ (called ‘Orgs’) do Why? Because they believe he’s coming back. We’ll be filling you in on some basic details about L.Ron Hubbard along the way, including his depression, the medication that didn’t cure him and the psychiatrists that failed to help him when he begged them to fix … Continue reading