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From my reading I recognized that she was attempting to apply the tech to me during the course of the argument. Neither of us won and we didn't talk about it for a long time. It was the typical type of argument that couples have when they are on completely separate pages. Mainly how her involvement in the Co S bothered me.
I had just finished reading "Going Clear" by Lawrence Wright. I expected her to reject that idea immediately, but she agreed.
A sassy blogger at Jezebel wrote about it yesterday.
You can imagine how our ears perked up upon reading the headline: "Scientology's Online Dating Destination." We just had to check it out for ourselves.
Her company and its owner are listed on the WISE directory and they utilize MGE management tech.
It even has the 200 question Master Tech "Personnel Potential Analysis" questionnaire posted on their career site (complete with horrible grammar and misspellings.) I know exactly what that is. It was at that point I started to really dig in and do my homework.
In HBO's explosive new Scientology documentary "Going Clear," one of the most interesting and least discussed allegations is that Scientology once hand-picked and groomed a young church member to become Tom Cruise's girlfriend.
As former Scientologists explain in the documentary, the church does whatever it can to keep Cruise happy because "In the eyes of [Scientology leader] David Miscavige, Tom Cruise is the perfect Scientology celebrity," according to ex-Scientology executive Mike Rinder.
(CBS) - We're talking about Affinity Exchange, a dating site for spiritual singles.
You name it I've read it, so I'm not completely ignorant to the "tech" process, TR's, rundowns, course work, tone scales, OT levels, etc.
I realize I'm what is known in their circles as a PTS or SP. Keep in mind this was over 3.5 years ago when I was just another mindless Wo G. Around that time I asked her what her official job title was. " (it was a weird title - I think it was something like OMP or OPM.
On the list of selections: conscious/spiritual and Scientology.
Jezebel, which referred to Affinity Exchange as "an unofficial dating site for Scientologists," recalls back in 2003 when Australian newspaper The Advertiser reported a farmer paid the site, which has "ties to Scientology," 0,000 to find him love. For kicks, we browsed the site - they have that "it's okay to look" feature - hooray!