Category:Sea Org Bones
Since the Sea Organization and its members are the core or bones of the Church of Scientology, the Sea Org Bones Project is an attempt to refine the guesses about the number and assignment of members. Barring access to Scientology's own reports, accurate numbers will be impossible. The goal is to compile working numbers that are at least in the ballpark.
- Problem with places, especially Int Base, Flag and PAC Base, where reports may be for specific units or for the area.
- The total guesses for Flag and Pac Base are not very useful.
- CLO numbers are cloned from CLO Canada of a few years ago. Areas like EUS and WUS will be higher, but not many will be lower.
- A lot of the 2000 guess for PAC should be reallocated to International organizations.
Locations and estimates
The main divisions of Sea Org assignments are the nine "continents" of Scientology and the overall International level of management.
|Author Services Inc / Galaxy Press||???|
|Bridge Publications / New Era Publications||???|
|Church of Spiritual Technology||???|
|Dissemination and Distribution Center||???|
|Int HQ (HGB)||300||2016|
|Scientology Media Productions||???|
|WISE Int (HGB)||???|
|AOSH Africa (Castle Kyalami)||200|
|AOSH ANZO (Sydney)||200|
|AOSH Canada (Mono)||--|
|AOSH Europe (Copenhagen)||200|
|AOSH UK (Saint Hill)||???|
|Eastern United States|
|CLO EUS (New York)||70|
|Flag Land Base||2000|
|Western United States|
|Los Angeles Org (garrisoned)||217||2014|
|“||According to the USCIS, since 2009...
— Scientology entities have applied for 3,447 religious worker visas. This does not count Scientology entities which do not have "Church of Scientology" in their names, which are numerous (the Religious Technology Center, Church of Spiritual Technology, American Saint Hill Organization, Association for Better Living and Education, etc.)
— Of those applications, 92 percent were approved. Others are pending appeal.
— The vast majority — 75 percent — of applying workers were headed to the Flag Land Base in Clearwater, the Scientology facility that makes more money than the rest of the orgs combined, according to former top Scientology officials.
— The single biggest source of applicants — 600 workers — was Russia, with Italy, Mexico, Hungary, Canada, Taiwan, Ukraine, Venezuela, Germany, and Colombia rounding out the top ten sources.
—Tony Ortega, DOX: Government disclosure shows extent of Scientology's reliance on cheap foreign labor January 13, 2016, Underground Bunker
- Sea Org crew used to refurbish the Fort Collins A Life Worth Living Narconon of Narconon Fresh Start in December 2015.
- Includes Arrowhead staff, caretakers for three other vaults, Creston ranch.
- Measles crew size
- John P. Bunker comments
- Guess at ILO numbers, allocated from PAC guess number.
- Adam Holland
- The New Sea Org "Model" Class V Org October 27, 2014, Mike Rinder, Something Can Be Done About It
- 2000 guess minus 300 for ILO, 70 for CLO WUS, 217 for LA Org.
- Scientology's own claim, 2012.
- Church of Scientology R-1 (Religious Worker) Petitions, R.M. Seibert, MuckRock
- The "Golden Age" of Narconon and Idealiness December 22, 2015, Mike Rinder, Something Can Be Done About It
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