Skip to comments.Scientology and Terri Schindler Schiavo: The Death Connection
Posted on 03/31/2005 5:46:11 PM PST by Web Offset
"Do Scientologists, who favor death rather than disability, play a significant role in the Terri Schiavo case? I believe the answer is "Yes." Clearwater Florida, especially downtown Clearwater, is Scientology's worldwide spiritual headquarters and main training ground. The Flag Service Organization, located in Clearwater, provides the highest level of Scientology training and is the largest single Scientology "church" in the world! Scientology brochures claim that Clearwater Florida has the "largest community of Scientologists in the world." Back in 1998, the "church" of Scientology generated from 1.5 to 2 million dollars of income per week! This material success enables them to maintain ownership of tens of millions of dollars worth of property (about 40 buildings) as well as many businesses:..."
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Already looks like you had your first scientologist visit the thread.
So, is Michael S. a Scientologist?
Is MichaelS the guy who got deleted? Didn't know he posted here.
I mean Michael Schiavo.
I doubt Michael S. spends much time in any church these days. Bigamy isn't too popular in mainline churches and he'd probably keep quiet about belonging to the Scientologists even if he was one while the case was ongoing. I've heard so far only unverified claims about his religious preferences.
I'm glad you found & posted this. I've heard this rumor before. In Catholic circles, Terri's situation is not new to us. We've been hearing about her plight for years. I had heard this rumor years ago. Her only eating 'disorder' was following some Scientology 'cleansing' ritual. A lot of this has not been mentioned in recent years and links are hard to find. Lisa McPherson's case was remarkably similar except she died right away, not 15 years later. Rumors (I'll be googling this, too) years ago were that Michael was into scientology and introduced her to it. She wanted to leave it but fell into her brain injured state. Michael is Lutheran (now?) I think, but his m.o. and responses to her state are certainly in line with their 'teachings'. And the other connections with Clearwater and the hospice and the attorney and judge, well, it's just too coincidental. It just gets worse.
"While at FSU, Greer was a housemate of future Doors lead singer Jim Morrison, who transferred to the more academically demanding UCLA. Greer graduated from FSU in 1964,"
Jim Morrison was a better student than Greer! BWAHAHAHA!!
Petronski, maybe you remember some of the late 90's rumors about Michael's scieno involvement, as you are well informed on the scieno's? I've heard rumors of his involvement before, and that Terri's injuries were indeed the result of dieting, only it was one of the scientology cleansing diets, used on/by her because she wanted to bail on Scientology and return to Catholicism and he didn't want her to. I don't think he's (openly?) a Scientologist now.
Sadly, I don't have that information. I do know that the Scieno cleansing routines are very dangerous to the heart (basically, dehydrating the body and throwing the electrolytes out of whack). Beyond that, I don't know.
Here ya go, my friend. I look forward to your cogent posts.
I know I sound a bit extreme here, unusual for me, but we have had litigation against this bunch in our office. So I know something about their MO, up close and personal. I have not religious, but with this cult, I have hesitation in using the word "evil." None.
And there you have it.
I hate when that happens.
i believe there is a defintite scientology connection in all this
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