When Scientologists sell each other Scientology: 'I'm me for the first time in trillions of years' - 2014-05-24
We can't get enough of Scientology success stories, and this newest video, gushing about the 'Golden Age of Tech Phase II,' is one of the best we've ever seen.
Internal e-mails smuggled out of the church (particularly those showing up lately at Mike Rinder's excellent blog) have made clear just how desperate Scientology leader David Miscavige is to get the church's dwindling masses to embrace the changes he made in GAT II. The Orwellian twist in his marketing scheme is to convince Scientologists that they will 'rocket' up L. Ron Hubbard's 'Bridge to Total Freedom' by paradoxically going back and re-doing low-level coursework that they initially experienced (and paid for) many years ago.
Also, Miscavige can't really introduce new material: Hubbard is still 'Source,' and no real new 'technology' can be added since his 1986 death. So Miscavige is left with 'streamlining' existing material, and selling members on the idea that they'll move more rapidly through courses.