Indie Scientologists Try to Spoil "Super Power" Release as it (Supposedly) Nears Debut - 2013-07-10

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F347.png Indie Scientologists Try to Spoil "Super Power" Release as it (Supposedly) Nears Debut July 10, 2013, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

In January 2012, we spilled Scientology's "Super Power" secrets — hundreds of never-before-published renderings of what the church's monster new building in Clearwater, Florida was going to look like, from its basement to its executive offices on the seventh floor. Of particular interest were outlandish contraptions like the Smell Wall, Oiliness Table, Pain Station and other oddities on the building's space-age fifth floor, where the "perceptics" of Scientologists would be tested.

But seeing all that strange equipment made us wonder: what was the "Super Power Rundown" itself, the special processing that needed a city-block sized, $100-million-dollar edifice that has been under construction for 15 years? What unutterable secrets would be going on in that building? Fortunately for us, a man named Dan Koon gave us a glimpse of some of those secrets.

And now, more than a year later, Dan Koon is spilling the rest of those secrets for the public's consumption.

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = Indie Scientologists Try to Spoil "Super Power" Release as it (Supposedly) Nears Debut | url = https://tonyortega.org/2013/07/10/indie-scientologists-try-to-spoil-super-power-release-as-it-supposedly-nears-debut/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = July 10, 2013 | accessdate = August 21, 2017 }}