Scientology 'Sunday service' has always been a lazy PR ploy, and now it's on full display - 2020-06-09

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F347.png Scientology 'Sunday service' has always been a lazy PR ploy, and now it's on full display June 9, 2020, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

People who come out of Scientology after years or decades have a lot to tell you. About the auditing they went through, the training to be auditors, the special rundowns they might have experienced, or what it was liking working as a staff member or in the Sea Org.

But we can tell you, after doing this for 25 years now, we have not once had a former Scientologist say to us, "let me tell you about Sunday Service."

That's because "Sunday Service" for Scientology is merely a sop to the public, a public relations ploy that was added as an effort to appear more like a "church" to outsiders. Scientology itself, the real stuff of Scientology, is about a "preclear" and their auditor working one-on-one to advance up the "Bridge to Total Freedom," not about a chapel and a sermon.

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = Scientology 'Sunday service' has always been a lazy PR ploy, and now it's on full display | url = https://tonyortega.org/2020/06/09/scientology-sunday-service-has-always-been-a-lazy-pr-ploy-and-now-its-on-full-display/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = June 9, 2020 | accessdate = June 9, 2020 }}