Scientology draws supporters and critics - 2003-03-30

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F0.png Scientology draws supporters and critics March 30, 2003, Michael Kissinger, Vancouver Courier

"My goal is for every Scientologist or ex-Scientologist to be able to speak freely about his experiences," says Armstrong. "I was lured into Scientology the same way everyone else is — by its false promises. The cult promised to raise IQ a point per hour of 'auditing.' It promised stable psychological states — 'Clear' and 'OT' — far above what man has achieved before. It promised superhuman abilities... I bought the package."

Even calling Scientology a religion is controversial. "Since the KGB and mafia are not considered religions by thinking people, neither is Scientology," says Armstrong.

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{{cite news | first = Michael | last = Kissinger | title = Scientology draws supporters and critics | url = https://www.vancourier.com/news/scientology-draws-supporters-and-critics-1.1823567 | work = Vancouver Courier | date = March 30, 2003 | accessdate = February 7, 2019 }}