Vanity Fair | What happened to the woman who came before Katie Holmes in Tom Cruise’s life? Our shocking Scientology exposé here
At the end of each of the auditing sessions, which covered Cruise’s entire life, Rathbun would give a written report to Miscavige, who, according to Claire Headley, also received the videotapes, which she says she observed being delivered to him
Why can’t David Miscavige stay out of Tom Cruise’s relationships with women?
Leave Suri alone, cut the creepy secret cult shit that makes so many people afraid of you, and do the right thing for your members – let them go. Stop ruining lives.
This is a sample of the world’s opinion of Scientology. The con game is over.
The criminals in the Sea Organization are going to be brought to justice, and the rest need to be rehabilitated from the mind control program they have been subjected to.
How could all of the superpower OT’s have missed seeing this coming?
How could superhero Cruise, OT of OT’s not have foreseen this with his superpowers? How did
Cult Supreme Leader Miscavige not foresee this?
It’s going to take a young woman with none of your special “Tech training,” no OT levels, and no Superpower to just say “NO” and expose the crimes of the
Cult Sea Organization.
The catalyst behind Katie Holmes’ decision to file for divorce from Tom Cruise allegedly stemmed from fears that her daughter would be taken away.
The actress was reportedly afraid her megastar husband was going to ship off 6-year-old Suri to an intense Scientology organization known as Sea Organization (or Sea Org), where children as young as five can live in the center without their parents and be taught the highest levels of the belief system.
According to TMZ.com, the couple had been arguing over their daughter’s indoctrination into Scientology and the Catholic-raised Holmes had fears over the wacky religion’s potential future impact on Suri. Sea Org was reportedly the last straw for the actress.
…Cruise’s desire to send Suri to Sea Org, as its known within Scientology, was the last straw for Holmes in her decision to split from the “Mission Impossible” star, according to TMZ
“Kids as young as five can be sent to live [at Sea Org] … without their parents,” the Web site reported.
Sea Org members sign billion-year contracts to work for the organization, and get room and board to permanently live at a Scientology base for reported salaries of up to just $50 per week…