>Scientology perspective on tragedy rarely seen
>Apr 2, 2000
>By PATTY RYAN
>It's a story familiar to many, but in the eyes of Scientologists, it never
>gets told right.
>Lisa McPherson wasn't an easy charge. She kicked people, stood in a toilet
>and claimed to have created time.
Well that would be about right. Hubbards insane cosmology is brainwashed into a person and most end up in quite a mess. Some a bt luckier than Lisa merely walk around thinking they are God or Napoleon and keep to themselves. Having been in scientology for 14 years I know... Id say upwards of 80% who complete OT-3 think they are god. And probably upwards 80% believe they were one of the famous from the bad old days, Napoleon, the king of england or whatever. So with a bit of ruthless 'ethics handling' that Lisa underwent in an attempt to keep her from going back to Dallas and talkiing... one can indeed be driven over the edge. And Lisa was, then held in a virtual hell until she died by others who believed they were gods or napoleon or whatever and jammed turkey basters full of drugs down her throat. I can't say I blame her for wanting to kick thier ass... maybe it helped some of those 'taking care of her' to realize the insanity of their position then or in the time to come.... that will be Lisa's gift to her 'care takers'. Oh yes and the critics do not fault current members, many of us WERE members...we treat the current members with respect, and do our best to give those currently under the influence of the cults brainwash the information and support they need to get out of the cult.. We do not of course treat the cults anon shills and front men posting lies to the NG with respect though... thats not personal. its just the way the arscc has commanded that people who lie get treated, critic or cult member. Phil Scott puff piece deleted.