To my readers; Scientology provides so many issues for discussion, so many lies, abuses and crimes, that it is often easy to set the idea of religion and faith aside. However it is important to remember that Scientology’s core demand is that it be recognized as a Church. A Religion.
Because of this there are times when their actions are so hypocritically heretical and offensive that I, as a Catholic and a Christian cannot remain silent. My conscience dictates that I speak against their darkness when they falsely attempt to appear benign.
Scientology is not a religion and any claim to the contrary is just this cult being the false prophet that they, in reality, are.
Recently you tweeted your “favorite Bible verse.”
As you pay ignorant lip service to the Sacred Scripture of another faith does the thought even occur to you how this may look to Christians?
You, who smugly attack and block anyone who even dares mention your selfish, abusive cult, claim to be a Christian. At the same time you embrace and defend an organization that teaches complete heresy as far as Christianity is concerned. A member of a cult that has religiously appropriated and twisted the most sacred of Christian symbols, the Cross of Christ, dares to continue that co-opting by quoting Christian scripture with no understanding or belief. As though the Word of God were just another empty but touching saying from a Hallmark Card.
L. Ron Hubbard dismissed God as an implant designed to mislead humanity.
Scientology’s public position of the belief in God is that it is arbitrary; you can believe in Him or not, as you wish.
COS’ “religious” belief is that Man saves himself only through the application of Hubbard’s made up “tech”.
Revelation 1:8 is the ONE passage in the Bible that completely refutes everything Scientology claims.
God IS the Beginning and the End.
From this one phrase Scientology is exposed as the religious fraud, the false prophet, it truly is.
Kirstie, did you happen to know that your favorite phrase was referring to Jesus Christ?
Were you aware that the Greek letters Alpha and Omega signify the integrity of Christ’s Divinity?
Your “Source”, which is NOT God, claimed that Jesus was not Divine, not the Savior.
“Somebody on this planet, about 600 B.C. found some pieces of “R6.”
I don’t know how they found it; either by watching madmen or something. But since that time they have used it. And it became what is known as Christianity.
The man on the cross. There was no Christ!
The Roman Catholic Church, through watching the dramatizations of people picked up some little fragments of R6.”
Later Hubbard went further in his blasphemy, “For those of you whose Christian toes I may have stepped on, let me take the opportunity to disabuse you of some lovely myths. For instance, the historic Jesus was not nearly the sainted figure [he] has been made out to be. In addition to being a lover of young boys and men, he was given to uncontrollable bursts of temper and hatred…You have only to look at the history his teachings inspired to see where it all inevitably leads. It is historic fact and yet man still clings to the ideal, so deep and insidious is the biologic implanting.” -LRH, Student Briefing, OT VIII, Series 1
No true Christian alive would accept such a mocking, bigoted attack on our Faith. The very idea that you, who so vehemently defend Scientology’s sacrilege would hypocritically claim that God’s Word makes you happy is beyond offensive.
How can it when you deny Him so thoroughly?
You Kirstie, are most decidedly NOT a Christian.
Catholic or Protestant, the one fundamental, undeniable and unquestioned belief for all Christians is that Jesus Christ is Mankind’s Salvation.
That is what creates happiness for the Christian Community.
Christ’s sacrifice is the ultimate act of Love and Forgiveness, neither of which get even a passing nod of recognition from your Policies of Disconnection or Fair Game.
You giddily tweet that your favorite Bible passage is that Jesus Christ is wholly Divine. This is the Savior who urged us to forgive. How does creating websites filled with lies, anger and vengeance align with His Words?
How do YOU justify quoting from God’s Word while advocating for something so totally and completely anti Christian?
Scientology’s idea that there is no Heaven, no God; only an eternity of never ending lives lived with no ultimate reward flies in the face of the sacrifice Jesus made for us.
Man does not save himself.
Jesus’ death and resurrection is Man’s Salvation. That is what the Cross represents that your cult affixes to it’s empty buildings. Not eight convoluted ideas made up by a narcissistic con man that are just more malarkey intended to sound important.
With two such polar opposite beliefs it is impossible for you to claim to be a Christian while you proselytize for your heretical, blasphemous cult.
Scientology clearly stated to the IRS that there was no room for any other belief system if one wished to attain “salvation”.
“Scientology is a very exact faith, and a fundamental doctrine of the religion is that its religious services must be orthodox. This doctrine holds the spiritual salvation can be attained if, and only if, the path to salvation outlined in the Scriptures religious technology is followed without deviation.￼”
Because of this, explain to the Christian Community how you can be so happy with the promise of Salvation by Jesus Christ when your own false doctrine prohibits this belief?
God IS, Kirstie.
There is no room for any other.
The same Alpha and Omega, Almighty, that you so shallowly, ignorantly quote also said, in the Bible, “‘I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of slavery. You shall have no other gods before me.’”
If you truly were a Christian this would mean something to you.
Isaiah 29:13 describes you and your cult perfectly, “these people draw near to me with their mouths, and honour me with their lips, yet have removed their hearts far from me. Moreover, their worship toward me is the doctrines of men.”
No matter how much you want others to believe it, you cannot serve two masters. You are either a Christian or a Scientologist. You cannot be both. Either you believe that God is the Almighty, which then precludes any idea that He can be replaced by a man, or you are a Scientologist who believes that Hubbard can save you.
As long as you continue to ignore the Truth and embrace Scientology you are not a Christian. You are a heretic actively working to lead people into darkness and away from the Almighty.
If you were a Christian you would know that one day you will have to stand before The Alpha and Omega and give an accounting for your choices just like the rest of us.
Your participation in Scientology is one long, continual denial of Him.
Matthew 7, 15-20 warns, “Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravenous wolves. You will know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes from thornbushes or figs from thistles? Even so, every good tree bears good fruit, but a bad tree bears bad fruit. A good tree cannot bear bad fruit, nor can a bad tree bear good fruit. Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire. Therefore by their fruits you will know them.”
By their fruits you will know them.
Some unsolicited advice from one of the annoying SP’s you have blocked; if you are going to read God’s Word, take the time to actually listen to what it means. Stop paying lip service to it and allow it to lead you away from the cult that you are spiritually trapped within. Before it’s too late.
2 thoughts on “An Open Letter to Kirstie Alley”
The reason she so readily identifies with this verse is that it would easily fit as the creed for the egos, stroked at great expense, of homo novis scientologists:
“I am Alpha and Omega. Are we clear?”
A cult where Hubbard can’t decide whether he’s the anti-Christ or the Buddha, maybe both and then some. Where Nancy Cartwright comes right out and declares she wants to be God. Where anyone can discover glorious past lives, discard the body, reincarnate at will or discorporate instead.
These narcissistic fantasies ought not to be considered outliers in a “religion” that tells its adherents that they can create, rule and destroy universes, that they are the creators and arbiters of reality. That they may rule by postulates. The ultimate sociopathic fantasy!
(NB: I am NOT claiming that all scientologists, aside from LRH and COB, are sociopaths. But it sure doesn’t hinder their religious observances any.)
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Thank you for this blog which I learned about on Tony Ortega’s site and will now follow. As a Catholic I can see your responses are spot on to Kirstie. I am praying for all Scientologists especially for the exes that have been hurt by this malignant organization.
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