Giant 'Super Power' building in Clearwater takes a pause, yet millions keep flowing in - 2011-11-20

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F7.png Giant 'Super Power' building in Clearwater takes a pause, yet millions keep flowing in November 20, 2011, Joe Childs, Tampa Bay Times

Always mysterious since coming to Clearwater under a fake name in 1975, the church became all the more inscrutable as its big building just sat there, finished on the outside, raw inside.

But unknown to those wondering about the delay was the whirl of activity just across the street.

In an office off the mezzanine in the church's Fort Harrison Hotel, a savvy team of fundraisers was raking in millions.

The Super Power project has been a bonanza for the Church of Scientology. Far from a financial burden, it has been a money magnet, a powerful come-on for L. Ron Hubbard's master vision.

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