Aaron Saxton talks about Scientology’s confessionals and how the group deals with your deepest secrets. Read more
Aaron Saxton explains what goes on inside the building that houses the L. Ron Hubbard Life Exhibition and the offices of middle management of Scientology. This building is the focus of many protests and contains the L.A. headquarters of the Office of Special Affairs, Scientology’s dirty tricks department. Read more
Aaron Saxton spills the beans about why no Scientologist is supposed to discuss the top secret contents of OTIII with people who have not been properly prepared for the powerful materials.
I am about to explain WHY most Sea Org members and Scientologists can not explain the Xenu Story. Even most of them do not know this information. Why did LRH lie and say it would kill you? LRH has called for the extermination of those in control of Earth – the World Bank and the Jewish population. This is covered in Sea Org Flag Orders and NOT within the “secret” texts of Operating Thetan Level III (advanced course). This is based on first hand knowledge and viewing of these very guarded policies that exist curently in the Church of Scientology International and are NOT “teachings”
Want to hear Ron’s Journal 67? You can find it at Wikileaks.
And Aaron followed up this video with some clarifications of the Flag Orders he cited in the video.
I had to add a quick addition to this due to the comments and emails I received regarding what was seen as “required” answers. Please people, I am just quoting the policy, it is there int he Sea Org files if anyone can get to them. This policy, and every activity of the Sea Org and Scientolgoy should become painfully obvious now. Has anyone read what LRHs REAL views on Jesus Christ were? It is in OT VIII and it has bene publihsed. The dots should be connecting for the viewers…
I had the great good fortune to share the airwaves with Aaron Saxton in a live radio broadcast from New Zealand. It airs Sundays at 10pm down there but here it was 1 a.m. as the show went out live.
Even wacky on the cold meds, I managed to make some sense of Scientology’s mythology and practices. At least more sense than the actual Scientology spokesperson who was the first to appear on the show, Mike Ferris. I have to hand it to Mike, though. I predicted he never would stick around to face questions from us but he did. Here’s Mike’s segment:
Next Aaron came on to tell some of his story before I was asked to join in.
In part three, we had a respectful free-for-all with all three of us.
It was a lot of fun and I was very impressed with host Pat Brittenden who did a great job of asking tough but polite questions. He did what too few hosts do. he actually played clips of Hubbard talking about Xenu in his own voice. During the first segment, while Mike was talking about Christ, I emailed the audio clip of Hubbard saying there was no Christ to the show but the hour flew by so fast there was no time to use it. But I did manage to organically slip in a plug for Blown for Good by Marc Headley.
Aaron Saxton speaks about Scientology’s claim that they don’t deny medical treatment to members. He speak directly to John Travolta about the Scientologists he personally knew that have died because they handled their illness with auditing. Aaron says he was told to treat his own medical condition with Scientology nonsense instead of drugs.
And for good measure, Aaron has some strong final words for Marty Rathbun.
Aaron reads Scientology’s Dead Agent letter which they sent to the press following Saxton’s revelations about Scientology’s systematic abuse of staff and Sea Org members. Read more
Former Scientologist Aaron Saxton talks about what happened to the staff of INCOMM in 1995. Human Rights Violations committed by the Church of Scientology International. For background, Arnie Lerma has comments from Dan Garvin on these events at Lermanet.com. Read more
Former Scientologist Aaron Saxton addresses some of the complaints people have made about Marty Rathbun and Mike Rinder not fully looking at Hubbard, his background and the creation of some of the nastiest parts of corporate Scientology, like the RPF, disconnection, etc. He calls on them to do more to help those they may have harmed while in leadership positions in the Sea Org.
Aaron was with the Australian Church of Scientology International CMO. He shares stories from inside Scientology’s Sea Org. He was one those who Senator Xenophon cited when he called Scientology a criminal organization:
Aaron Saxton claimed he had assisted in the forced confinement and torture of a female church member who was kept under house arrest, Xenophon told the Senate. Saxton also said he was involved in coercing female followers to have abortions to keep followers loyal to the organisation and to allow them to keep working for it.
“Aaron says women who fell pregnant were taken to offices and bullied to have an abortion. If they refused, they faced demotion and hard labour,” Xenophon said. “Aaron says one staff member used a coat hanger and self-aborted her child for fear of punishment.”.