Why Scientology Postponed The Super Power Event: Our Archeological Dig For Answers - 2013-09-23

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F347.png Why Scientology Postponed The Super Power Event: Our Archeological Dig For Answers September 23, 2013, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

Since the Tampa Bay Times broke the news Wednesday afternoon that Scientology had postponed indefinitely the October 6 grand opening of its "Super Power Building," we've been digging for answers to why that decision was made, and what it might mean.

Formally known as the "Flag Building," the massive edifice in Clearwater, Florida has been in progress for 15 years, and for at least a decade Scientologists who have been asked to fund its construction have been told it was on the verge of opening for business. The Tampa Bay Times estimates that about $145 million has been raised for its completion, but some former top Scientology executives say the true figure is closer to $200 million to $230 million.

It's a 300,000 square foot, seven-story structure with hundreds of auditing rooms, dozens of space age installations, and a giant indoor running track. And finally, after months of frenetic activity to finish up preparations, it was supposed to open on October 6 in a grand opening that the city was told would draw 10,000 Scientologists. But then the event was suddenly cancelled. Why?


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