Katie Holmes on diet???

February 25, 2009 at 11:26 pm (detox, Katie Holmes, purification rundown, Scientology, Tom Cruise) (, , )

What is this “diet” that Katie Holmes allegedly does???? I mean, she’s skinny enough or not?

What the media says is that she is doing a “Purification Rundown”. Well, that’s something else.

Straight from the horses mouth (scientologytoday.org):

The Purification Rundown is a carefully designed combination of exercise, vitamins, nutrition and sauna use which dislodges drug residues and other toxins from the fatty tissues so that these substances can then be eliminated from the body. While the Purification Rundown rids one of the biochemical residues that reactivate past drug experience, it is but the first step to a full resolution to the spiritual devastation caused by drug, medicine and alcohol abuse.

Ours is a chemical-oriented society. Virtually everyone is subjected daily to the intake of food preservatives, pesticides, atmospheric poisons and the like. Add to this the wide assortment of medical and street drugs consumed in our society and the magnitude of the problem becomes obvious.

The Purification Rundown is a tightly supervised regimen of exercise, sauna, nutrition and a properly ordered schedule which includes sufficient rest. All of this together results in the elimination of drug residues and other toxins from the body’s fatty tissues.

The Purification Rundown is a major breakthrough by L. Ron Hubbard that has enabled hundreds of thousands to be freed from the harmful effects of drugs and toxins. In 1977, Mr. Hubbard’s research revealed that LSD stays in the system for years after a person has taken it, lodging in the fatty tissues of the body. Months or even years later, a person can go on a “trip” as LSD residue move out of the fat.

Subsequent research revealed that not only LSD but a long list of other street drugs, as well as chemical poisons, toxic substances and medical drugs, can all become lodged in the body’s fatty tissues of the body and cause a person to re-experience their effects. This phenomenon has since been confirmed in numerous independent medical studies.
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Scientology: US State Department whacks governments in Germany, France and Belgium for discrimination

February 25, 2009 at 9:12 pm (Church of Scientology, Germany, Human Rights, Religion, Scientology) (, , , , )

The report on Germany is most disgusting. Let’s go over there and tell them what you really think about this discrimination!

http://www.state.gov/g/drl/rls/hrrpt/2008/eur/119081.htm

The government continued to deny recognition of some belief systems, including Scientology, as religions; however, the absence of recognition did not prevent their adherents from engaging in public and private religious activities.

Federal and some state authorities continued to classify Scientology as a potential threat to democratic order, resulting in discrimination against Scientologists in both the public and private sectors. Scientology members reported the use of so-called “sect filters” by many associations and organizations, where eligibility for membership is contingent upon applicants confirming that they do not belong to the Church of Scientology. On June 27, the Hamburg Administrative Court fined the city of Hamburg 5,000 Euros ($7,000) for violating a 2006 court decision banning the use of “sect filters.” The Hamburg Interior Ministry’s Working Group on Scientology continued to maintain links to sample filters for use by businesses.


The FOPC and the state-level OPCs in Baden-Wuerttemberg, Bavaria, Berlin, Bremen, Hamburg, and Lower Saxony kept the Church of Scientology under “observation” (surveillance) based on a stated concern that its teachings and practices contravene the democratic constitutional order or violate human rights. The courts have considered but rejected cases brought by the Church of Scientology to force the federal- and state-level domestic intelligence agencies to halt surveillance of the church.

On November 21, the conference of state interior ministers decided not to consider a ban of the Church of Scientology, citing insufficient legal evidence to support such an approach. Nonetheless, in its report the ministers concluded that Scientology had little in common with the country’s democratic constitution and that its goals were “incompatible with the essential characteristics of a free and democratic basic order.” Therefore, the FOPC also recommended continued observation of the organization’s activities.

Scientologists continued to report instances of official and societal discrimination during the year.

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Church of Scientology Fighting Teen Drug Abuse

February 20, 2009 at 11:18 pm (anti-drug, Church of Scientology, drug-free marshals, L. Ron Hubbard, Religion, Scientology) (, , )

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 12, 2009 — Statistics show a dangerous trend in prescription drug abuse, particularly among teens. In Arizona, the local office of the DEA announced this week that Phoenix high school students abuse prescription drugs more than hard drugs like cocaine, heroin and methamphetamine. Police in West Virginia announced yesterday that 75% of teens at one middle school have been exposed to prescription drug abuse. And a story earlier this week pointed out that sixty percent of Wisconsin teenagers have access to controlled substances in and around their homes and 20 percent of them have abused them to get high. Only yesterday, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced plans to reduce the risks of illicit use of pain medication, citing a 2007 survey showing that in one month, 5.2 million Americans aged 12 or older used prescription pain meds for non-medical purposes.

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Because Scientology churches around the world carry out grass roots activities to help youth make informed choices about drugs, the Church of Scientology International became aware of the serious threat prescription drug abuse presents to today’s youth and created a public service announcement to raise awareness of the problem to help reverse this trend. This edgy 1-minute video impacts teens, exposing the lie that prescription drug abuse is “safe” or “trendy” by showing its fatal consequences.

This video is one of a series of 16 public service films produced by the Church of Scientology for the non-profit Foundation for a Drug-Free World. Graphically illustrating the effects of commonly abused substances, the films also target alcohol, meth, heroin cocaine, crack, marijuana and Ecstasy, in addition to prescription drug abuse.

These films are part of a series of educational materials provided by the Foundation include booklets, posters and other teaching aids, created by the Church of Scientology for educators, youth groups and government institutions.

Last week, thousands of football fans converging on Tampa for the Super Bowl watched two of these anti-drug films throughout the weekend. These public service announcements appeared hourly alongside celebrity interviews, sports highlights, previews and local news on two super-screens (120 and 400 square feet) erected in Ybor City and Channelside Florida by the London-based outdoor broadcasting pioneer Hill Davenport.

All sixteen of these anti-drug films can be viewed on the Scientology web site at www.scientology.org and www.drugfreeworld.org.

Contact: Wendy Beccaccini, Say No to Drugs Coordinator for the Church of Scientology International–(323) 960 3500

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