The Surviving Scientology podcast: Growing up in the Age of Miscavige - 2015-07-17

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F347.png The Surviving Scientology podcast: Growing up in the Age of Miscavige July 17, 2015, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

Jeffrey Augustine is back with another podcast. We asked him to provide a synopsis...

Aaron Smith-Levin is a second-generation Scientologist who grew up in the David Miscavige era. Aaron spent virtually all his time after school in the Philadelphia Org where his mother worked. By age 12, Aaron was an outer org trainee at Flag training for the original Golden Age of Tech. By age 15, Aaron returned to the Philadelphia Org to work as supervisor.

Aaron was an extremely dedicated Scientologist who signed a Sea Org contract with the CMO. However, he could not find anyone to replace himself at the Philadelphia Org. Eventually, the Church replaced him with someone from the Czech Republic. Aaron joined the Sea Org and was then sent to ASHO Day Los Angeles as the Tech Sec, Division 4. It was here that Aaron discovered just how brutally the six orgs in Los Angeles area competed with each other for preclears (customers). Flag and the IAS regges also compete for the preclear dollars. Aaron describes just exactly how the IAS regges create certain problems for Scientologists that essentially force them to donate to the IAS.


{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = The Surviving Scientology podcast: Growing up in the Age of Miscavige | url = https://tonyortega.org/2015/07/17/the-surviving-scientology-podcast-growing-up-in-the-age-of-miscavige/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = July 17, 2015 | accessdate = August 21, 2017 }}