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Jenna Miscavige Hill on Scientology’s New Dawn: “I Can’t Believe People Still Buy This BS”

We always love to hear from Jenna Miscavige Hill, niece to Scientology’s leader, David Miscavige, and a successful author. We wondered what she thought about last week’s hoopla over her uncle’s big gambit — to release a revamped “Bridge to Total Freedom” (the “Golden Age of Technology Phase II”) as well as opening the long awaited “Super Power Building.” She not only sent us some thoughts on Scientology’s big events, she also caught us up on what’s been happening in her world…

I can’t believe people still buy any of this BS about ‘discovery’ of ‘lost tech.’ It’s just such an obvious and blatant money making scheme.

As far as updates, all is well with the Hill family. We are just enjoying our life and freedom. I still have a few media things happening here and there. Balancing spreading the word about Scientology with living my life and raising my kids.

Since we last spoke, we went to Poland and did media there for the Polish book, which is doing quite well.


I am also very excited that my book was nominated in the Goodreads best Memior/Autobiography category and it is now a finalist! The voting is still open and the winner will be announced on Monday. I’m so grateful to everyone who voted.

Larry Wright’s book is also a finalist in the best nonfiction category.

I hope we both win! It is such a change from how things were a few years ago when people were afraid to talk about Scientology. This shows that people are really interested in learning about Scientology and we have all succeeded in raising important questions and suspicions.

She sent along a photo from the trip to Poland, here with her daughter Winnie.

Hey, let’s see what else our tipsters have sent to us this week. It’s that time of year again when Scientology, which believes that Jesus was just a mental implant which was stamped into our immortal thetans during a genocidal incident 75 million years ago, still like to pretend that they have the Christmas spirit. This year, rather than hear about how the R6 implant invented Jesus to keep us subservient to the Marcabian space confederation (or something), kids can come hear “Christmas Stories” told by these giant stars of stage and screen…

…er, big stars of TV and film…

…uh, middling names you may or may not have heard of…

Well, the talent pool may be a bit shallow these days, but the flier’s pretty!


Who the heck doesn’t want to be a nine-foot-tall OT? Sign us up!


Here’s a familiar face. Michael Chan continues to barnstorm the country, pumping up folks to keep moving up the Bridge. What a motivator!


Chelsea took the big plunge and forked over cash for a new auditorium in Los Angeles. What have you done lately?


And who wouldn’t want to join the Sea Org knowing the Commodore wills it so!


Thanks again to our great tipsters. Keep those fliers and mailers coming!


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Another great video from Karen de la Carriere…



Posted by Tony Ortega on November 24, 2013 at 07:00

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