Scientology Still Trying To Ensnare The Beckhams

July 19th, 2007 // 15 Comments

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Did they get Will and Jada, too? Becks seems dull enough to fall into this trap, but thankfully Posh is stubborn and would much rather spend the money on clothes. Tom Cruise is throwing the Beckhams a “Welcome to America” soiree. When the doors lock after they arrive, that’s when you know it’s a cult attack!

Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes, along with Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith, are throwing David and Victoria Beckham a “Welcome to America” party on Sunday. Our tipster reports, “Invitations went out all over Hollywood . . . they were printed on red velvet with tacky gold lettering.”

Will the cake be shaped like Xenu? Can you imagine how terrifying it would be when Tom stops the proceedings to “have a talk” about “goals in life” and “how much better it is when you let go, and let Xenu” and “how the organization need money to repair the mothership”. The Beckhams should arm themselves and not drink the punch.

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By J. Harvey
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  1. Ldysunfyre

    Isn’t Xenu the bad dude who put all of the spirits here? I don’t think Xenu is revered in Scientology.

    Then again, I’m all about the history of Scientology being rewritten as it’s all a bunch of bullshit in the first place.

  2. timothy

    Wow, I’m not even a scientologist but I have done enough research to know that it is not as rediculous as some idiots try to make it seam. why do we feel the need to attack every religon?

  3. Ldysunfyre

    My favorite supposed L. Ron Hubbard quote is: “Writing for a penny a word is ridiculous. If a man really wants to make a million dollars, the best way would be to start his own religion.”

    I’d love to argue the contention that the bullshittery that is Scientology is a “religion,” but I have about zero desire to spend my time doing so. Besides, so many have stated the facts SO much better than I ever could, even if I did know all there is to know about Scientology.

    I encourage you, timothy, and anyone else who buys into the bullshit contention that Scientology is a religion, to visit the following sites:

    http://www.xenu.net/roland-intro.html
    http://www.xenu.net/archive/infopack/5.htm
    http://www.don-lindsay-archive.org/scientology/start.a.religion.html
    http://www.scientology-lies.com/faq/history/founder-l-ron-hubbard.html

    Google for more truth about this craptacular “religion.”

  4. kelly

    Timothy – they will be very proud of you at the Centre for sticking up for the cult the way you have. Anyone who does any research into this frightening cult knows what a huge scam it is. Go to http://www.clambake.org for the truth (as told by former Scientology members and court papers etc.). And to the first comment – actually Xenu is both the evil overlord and the Almighty as members are taught to chant “Xenu be praised”. Just one ridiculous thing they do. Of course, you can’t say or hear the word Xenu until you’ve reached level # whatever. I’m not kidding. If you say Xenu in front of a lower level member, higher members will cover their ears and prevent them from hearing it. The whole thing is looney.
    And yes, Jada Pickett-Smith is a scientologist and home schools her kids in the cult.

  5. mrichardson

    kelly:

    Thank you for pointing out that link. I tried to post some links, but I think my language must’ve gotten too flowery and they decided to moderate the comment. Here are the links I tried to post:

    http://www.don-lindsay-archive.org/scientology/start.a.religion.html
    http://www.xenu.net/roland-intro.html
    http://www.xenu.net/
    http://www.scientology-lies.com/whatswrong.html

    After reading the information on these links and the one kelly submitted, anyone with any good sense would realize that Scientology is NOT a religion.

  6. Ldysunfyre

    This is kinda ticking me off people. I keep trying to post other links about Scientology info and I keep getting this message:

    Your comment has been received. To protect against malicious comments, I have enabled a feature that allows your comments to be held for approval the first time you post a comment. I’ll approve your comment when convenient; there is no need to re-post your comment.

    My last comment was not malicious, but it still has yet to appear. What gives?

  7. Shootingstar

    The only thing more horrifying and tacky than belonging to a religion founded by a charlatan…is to be the recipient of a red velvet invitation with gold lettering. Cheese all day.

  8. kelly

    Shootingstar – you are hysterical and so right!

    Ldysunfyre – wish I could help you out but I don’t know nuthin’ ’bout birthin’ no babies or this site’s comments control.

  9. The Beckhams are Kabbalist. There is no way Madonna will lose them Scientology. She would put the biggest Hex on them. Xenu can’t protect you from the evil eye.

  10. I’m a Scientologist and have been one for 22 years. It’s been a great, positive influence for me and all my family. It has helped my Mom with depression when her sister passed away, and it helped me reconcile with my brother when we had a falling out.

    Scientology is NOT the horse maneur you read in sensationalist media or hateful blogs.

    In terms of the Beckhams:
    a) They have the right to do and believe as they damn please, and
    b) Victoria Beckham already said several times that Scientology does not come up in conversations with Cruise/Holmes.

    Display a bit of human decency please.

    Sincerely,
    Greg
    Scientologist and proud of it
    http://www.liveandgrow.org

    PS: That supposed “quote” by L.Ron Hubbard is a bunch of hooey. In the first place, the supposed witnesses already attested (in court) that they never heard him say anything like that. Secondly, it was Orson Welles, in the twenties, who said that. Third, Mr. Hubbard would not have spent 50 years of his life working 70 hours a week just on a whim.

  11. kelly

    You want to go toe to toe Greg? I would love to!Your “religion” is f&*ked up and a frightening cult. I would thrilled to teach you the real truth about it with court documents, testimony, the truth about Hubbard, from his family and close friends and set you free fromt he crap you’ve been taught. I would not be surprised if you did not even know half of the truth because those in control make damn sure that people like you never know the truth. Hubbard was a paranoid, drug addict who did horrible things to his own family members.
    Regarding the quote – here is the truth –

    The Church’s (Scientology) media guide tells reporters that the rumor is confused, and that it was George Orwell who said it. In 1938, Orwell did write “But I have always thought there might be a lot of cash in starting a new religion…”. However, Robert Vaughn Young, who was Scientology’s spokesman for 20 years, says that Hubbard learned about the Orwell quote from him. Young further states that he met three people who could remember Hubbard saying more-or-less the famous quote. Nor did Hubbard write a rebuttal of the rumor — Young claims to have ghost-written the rebuttal in the Rocky Mountain News interview.

    I found the following in books about Hubbard and Scientology: “Whenever he was talking about being hard up he often used to say that he thought the easiest way to make money would be to start a religion.” — reporter Neison Himmel: quoted in Bare Faced Messiah p.117 from 1986 interview. Himmel shared a room with LRH, briefly, Pasadena, fall 1945.

    “I always knew he was exceedingly anxious to hit big money – he used to say he thought the best way to do it would be to start a cult.” — Sam Merwin, then the editor of the Thrilling SF magazines: quoted in Bare Faced Messiah p.133 from 1986 interview. Winter of 1946/47.

    “Around this time he was invited to address a science fiction group in Newark hosted by the writer, Sam Moskowitz. `Writing for a penny a word is ridiculous,’ he told the meeting. `If a man really wanted to make a million dollars, the best way to do it would be start his own religion.’ — Bare Faced Messiah p.148. Reference given to LA Times, 27 Aug 78. Supposed to have happened in spring 1949.

  12. Eyes of Green

    Kelly – you rock!

  13. i resent continously depicting athletes as dumb if he was he would of lost his monmey by now he has figured out how to keep it. He is smart enough to hire the right people. INtelligence is more than random facts it could also mean becoming sucessful as athletes are why do people connect ot to their intelligence same with looks.

    Not to be prideful but im gorgeous but i also love science. People willask questions in class ill answer them and they will ask someone else only to get the same answers but it seems valid. Their response will be like oh you wont understand go look in the mirror or eat something despite the fact that i skipped school for chinese food

  14. stolidog

    Hmmm. I’m starting to think Scientology really is a cult, a cult of Homo-fabulousness.
    First, they’ve got not one, but two, head homos, tom cruise and john travolta. They’ve also ensnared Will Smith and Jada, who are more than rumored to delight in same sex daliances, and now, they’re after the Becks, and anyone who has heard his nancy-boy voice has to have serious doubts about whether or not soccer balls are the only balls he loves.

    Maybe it’s time i had an audit over at the scientology center.

  15. Logan

    …whoa…Tom has lost his looks….and even though I’m an older broad, i think i could kick his ass real fast like – he looks so small with stub legs. today, i would like to challenge Tom to a cage fight – the scientology crew leaders would get so pissed because they know i would win.

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