Scientology: Don’t Let Tom Cruise and John Travolta’s Membership Fool You

Dr. Steven Frye

Google “SCIENTOLOGY RELATED SUICIDES and MURDERS” and you will find many articles on the dangers of this anti-psychiatry, anti-medication cult.

Modern psychiatry has truly miraculous, remarkably safe, life-saving medications and therapies to assist patients with all kinds of mental disorders, especially depression and suicidal thinking. Yet Tom Cruise and John Travolta constantly shove their dangerous propaganda on us.

Scientology’s own very stressful and toxic training further aggravates this by the “number of individuals [who] go crazy when exposed to the Hubbard Tech even absent malicious intent on the part of the persons applying the Tech. For example, [Andre Tabayoyon] saw John Colletto get psychotic after he was exposed to the OT III level (Operating the tan level III) materials. He got a pistol. In my presence, he shot his wife in the head. She died instantly. Then John ran a short distance before turning the pistol on himself and committing suicide. Moreover, John Travolta’s auditor told me of two occasions … John Travolta went into deep depression after auditing and therefore suffered a psychotic break.”

“I personally observed a number of other Scientologists go crazy and commit suicide as a result of the auditing processes…The results of Scientology’s hatred of medicine and psychiatry has lead to numerous deaths. The second half of this list describes five of those deaths.”
(Ref:An extract from an affidavit by Andre Tabayoyon)

Even without the trauma of this “training,” depression is a very common disorder in which suicidal ideas often occur. How many others that could have been treated and very easily saved have died unnecessarily because of this dangerous cult?

Regarding John Travolta and Kelly Preston’s son, “Jett had been having seizures on an average of every four days, until he started taking Depakote… the drug initially worked, reducing the frequency to approximately once every three weeks…Jett took Depokate for ‘several years,’ but it eventually lost its effectiveness, according to Ossi and McDermott.” They say “it began to cause serious physical damage” including “damage to Jett’s liver. And Jett went back to having at least one seizure every four days. So Travolta and Preston, after consulting neurosurgeons, stopped administering the drug.” (Ref:TMZ, Huffington Post, Access Hollywood, Us, People: 02/02/09, Updated: 05/25/11)

Incredible!!! Neurologists are usually the specialists that treat seizure disorders, unless they are intractable in which case neurosurgery can be very effective. But seizures are brain disorders and we know how Scientologists reject treatment of brain disorders. When Jett allegedly died from a seizure, how come no one challenged them as to why he was not on seizure medications? How come there was no indication of any blood levels of seizure meds on his autopsy?

With proper treatment it’s very likely that Jett Travolta would still be alive. Jehovah’s Witnesses are not allowed to let their children die for their religious beliefs. Why are Scientology celebrities allowed to let their children die without treatment when other citizens are not?

Scientology is believed to have played a strong role in the Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes divorce. She moved to New York where Scientology does not have the support it has in LA and after only a couple of weeks the divorce was finalized. The Scientologists certainly did not want a public divorce settlement hearing so everyone could learn the truth.

After Katie had their daughter, did she really want her to be raised with the potentially appalling beliefs of the Scientologists? Obviously not, as she just rejoined the Catholic Church about a week after her divorce was finalized and registered Suri in a Catholic School.

So Scientology is a very dangerous cult that can have a devastating effect on our relationships, especially marriage and family, our health and even our lives.
Citizen beware!

16 Responses to Scientology: Don’t Let Tom Cruise and John Travolta’s Membership Fool You

  1. Beth BEE August 23, 2012 at 4:30 am

    Scientology makes people in it miserable. The people in that occult are decieved and blinded by money hungry idiots. The leaders potentially cause fatal car accidents or unknown deaths for some people. Katie Holmes is blessed to be alive after being in that religion for 5 years. They use a lot of control and threaten people if they leave. Now she and others have to be vigilant and stay clear of such horrendous people. Do not you think that these people are really demon possessed? I do!!! Do they acknowledge God?? No

    Not that I know of. It is a self controlled religion that portrays themselves as gods. The top leaders use their status to control other people and are vengeful if they do not get what they want.

    Reply
    • fairndaccurate September 20, 2012 at 6:28 am

      If you think Scientologists are miserable, you need to come up with a way to rationalize why all the Scientologists I know are happy, hard-working, fun-loving and have a good sense of humor. (Well, maybe not all the engineers in Scientology have a great sense of humor!)

      And if you believe in your demons and your possessions, you don’t belong out in public.

      OTOH, maybe this Guardian comment section is a great place to occupy yourself. If they accepted the article above, they are really hard up for writers.

      Reply
  2. Bob da Builder August 19, 2012 at 7:11 pm

    Don’t buy into fairndaccurate’s posts. He’s a typical Scientologist trying to foist their propaganda bulls*** on you. For a REAL view of how Scientology works, go to http://www.xenu.net What you’ll find will probably shock you.

    Reply
    • Mikey September 28, 2012 at 8:50 pm

      Don’t worry Bob. Not only do I not believe him, I can’t even understand him. Looks like English, but it doesn’t exactly make sense.

      Reply
  3. fairndaccurate July 26, 2012 at 3:10 pm

    Please post the bona fides of this article’s typist-author, allegedly one Dr. Steven Frye.

    All factors align to force the conclusion we are being lied to in more than one way:

    Real “doctors” are careful to get their facts correct–in which the above author is sadly errant. Reputations depend on it. Above, Frye’s reputation is lost.

    Real MDs and PhDs write more cleanly. They avoid hyperbole (over-statement) and flowery prose. They do not feel the need to concatenate unrelated ideas in the same sentence.

    What we see above is a very emotionally driven person with dubious education in the personal disciplines of topic organization or even sentence construction.

    Let’s see “Doc” live up to his/her falsely claimed education. It’s not evident in the writing.

    Reply
    • BrendanH July 29, 2012 at 8:54 pm

      He appears to be a psychiatrist with 40 years experience who qualified at George Washington University. He currently practices in NV.

      Reply
  4. Shake ir July 24, 2012 at 12:24 pm

    ” $cientology ” – So, funny and So true!

    Reply
  5. fairndaccurate July 24, 2012 at 9:11 am

    How can any media–even the low-life Guardian–attack a religion whose members volunteer in COMPLETELY NON-RELIGIOUS inner-city literacy and math tutoring centers, who fly to disaster areas to help the afflicted and support first-responders, and who give anti-street-drug seminars in schools?

    The “Guardian” is poorly named when it so irresponsibly attacks an organization that truly is safeguarding the commonweal.

    It’s clear this mediocre media is more beholden to its corporate wealth than to the good of its common readers, else it would inform them honestly about Scientology and Scientologists.

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    • GM July 24, 2012 at 11:41 pm

      No need for name calling. Any group of people that secretive will get its share of detractors. I don’t know how old you are, but in the beginning, l.Ron Hubbard was viewed as an idiot and his religion as a cult and a covered up ponzi scheme. Not my words, just repeating them.So their reputation precedes them for decades. Tough to make the past go away, but I think maybe volunteering in COMPLETELY NON-RELIGIOUS inner-city literacy and math tutoring centers, flying to disaster areas to help the afflicted and support first-responders, and giving anti-street-drug seminars in schools, would be a good way to paint over the past transgressions of the founder. Enjoy!

      Reply
    • Frank Lee DuBiis September 19, 2012 at 8:58 pm

      You’re evidently quite mad.

      Reply
  6. Nassim July 24, 2012 at 1:04 am

    Congratulations, very intelligent. If Scientology is a happy life’s secret solution, why has Travolta’s life been so full of controversy, serious accusations, grief and sadness?

    Reply
  7. Alan Dente July 23, 2012 at 9:28 am

    Katie Holmes – from Scientology to the Catholic Church.

    Or, ‘out of the frying saucer, into the threat of hellfire’, you could say… Thanks, I’m here all week…

    Reply
    • Ami Hughes July 23, 2012 at 9:13 pm

      LOL Alan. Agreed. From one cult to another. :D c’est la vie!

      Reply
    • A. C. August 12, 2012 at 9:57 am

      Alan, that was some marvellous verbal swordplay. Well done sir.

      Reply
  8. thermalito July 23, 2012 at 8:16 am

    Wow. One of the best articles Ive read regarding the vile Cult of Scientology. I have been asking these same questions for a long time now as well. Why didn’t anyone press the Travolta’s as to why Jett was not on anti-seizure medication? Why are Scientologists allowed to let their children die for their insane cult beliefs but others are not? $cientology is a disgusting cult Id be happy if it was stamped out entirely.

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  9. William L July 23, 2012 at 1:59 am

    Scientology is a dangerous religion/cult JUST SAY NO !!!!!!
    Be Afraid Very Afraid

    Reply

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