The Church of Scientology boasts of millions of loyal followers worldwide and several high-profile celebrities, including Tom Cruise, John Travolta, Oscar the Grouch, Kirstie Alley, and Elisabeth Moss. However, despite its relative success, it appears to have been built upon an elaborate, somewhat illogical plan toimpress a woman.
L. Ron Hubbard, former member of the US Navy and extremely difficult on the eyes, wrote in his diary January of 1956, ten-years after his writing of Dianetics, “I spent years building the church of Scientology. Countless hours were poured into writing intricate books, choosing color-schemes, and creating pretty graphics that fit her style. I finally mustered up the courage to talk to her and share details about my “church” — she wasn’t interested. I didn’t plan on her saying ‘no’, and now we’re here. I was in too deep with the church, and already had that Sea Organization going, so I decided to keep running it just to spite her.”
Leah Remini, who co-starred in the hit TV show “King of Queens” and left Scientology in 2013, recently produced a series on the A&E network exposing Scientology’s many misdeeds. An already-dire PR problem for the church has become worse with this bombshell.
“L. Ron Hubbard had poor teeth and hair, despite the church’s claim to hold the secret to good health and monetary success,” Opal Mitchenbeetle, a former member of the Sea Organization, said with clenched fists. “Hubbard’s homely appearance broke so many mirrors and cameras through the years that I, for one, am not surprised he had to go to these lengths. Any human with an XX chromosome, who can both see and smell, would probably avoid that mess too.”