Scientologists told to seize on Australian stabbing death as a recruiting opportunity - 2019-01-06
In the wake of the stabbing of two Scientologists in Sydney that left a Sea Org worker dead, Scientology has remained nearly silent on social media with its membership. According to policy, nobody can talk or know about the event except high level members of the Office of Special Affairs and the Ethics department. If they follow policy, Scientologists will never know the cause of the incident, that according to press reports so far it involved a son attempting to stop his mother from continuing on the Purification Rundown. Of course some members read the news, but it's considered "entheta."
Entheta means "enturbulated theta," theta being the life force that is one of the basic concepts in Scientology. Enturbulated is not a real word, but rather a Scientology shibboleth, a word used only by the group meaning in an agitated or disturbed state. Entheta is a danger to any Scientologist, and in particular to people at the AO after the event. Exposure to entheta is to be avoided at almost any cost.