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Orientation: A Scientology Information Film (1996)

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An introduction and overview to Scientology.

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Credited cast:
Norman Starkey ...
Himself (Hubbard Estate Trustee)


An introduction and overview to Scientology.

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Welcome to the new world of Scientology See more »


Documentary | Short





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13 March 1996 (USA)  »

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Only shown in Scientology facilities. See more »


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"Persons appearing in this video are thanked for their contribution which was solely in the form of acting and not as technical nor editorial assistance." (No one is credited or identified by name except for L. Ron Hubbard, Norman Starkey, and the production company.) See more »


References The Secret of Treasure Island (1938) See more »

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Oh my goodness...
20 January 2008 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I have never seen this "film" and i doubt that i will ever have the urge to, however i can make a comment about it, or rather, the so called "religion" itself.

I have seen recently in the media articles containing content related to said "religion" mostly with actors (Tom Cruise) stating that, and i quote "If we come across a car accident we must stop, we have to do this because we are the only ones who can do anything" Umm well unless you are a Doctor, qualified paramedic, nurse, a holder of a first aid certificate or have some knowledge of first aid at the very least then HOW just HOW are you the members of Scientology the only ones that can help/do anything? In my years of service in the Ambulance service i have not yet come across one person who does not fill the above criteria who has been able to "outdo" so to speak, the afore mentioned skills/criteria.

2nd point/comment: Recently on a local TV show in the am i was privy to seeing a journalist from the USA tell his story on the church of Scientology and the celebrities who are part of it, one comment this man made was "Celebrities who join the 'C.O.S' tend to be Gay, but they hide this fact by getting married, having children and become highly respected members of the C.O.S" and then went on to say, "Oops, i should not have said that should i?*laughing*" The only one i can think of off the top of my head was Tom Cruise, well kind of makes you think huh? What makes their 'religion' any better than the rest? These people need to take a long hard look at themselves and realise that no one person/entity is any better than any other...

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