Lies Debunked: How does Scientology view marriage and the family?


Scientology's doublecross

Scientology's® Claims

Subject: How does Scientology view marriage and the family?
Date: 2000/03/06

Scientology regards the family as the building block of any society and marriage as an essential component of a stable family life.

People often find that after they begin practicing Scientology, their relationships with their spouses and other family members strengthen dramatically. That is because Scientology teaches an individual to communicate more freely with others, raises his capacity to love other people and puts him in better communication with family and friends.

Surveys have found that after participating in Scientology services, individuals are more likely to marry or stay married and to have children than before they became Scientologists.


And now for the truth

These lies from the Scientology organization are simply a continuation of the previous claims with some more outrageous additions. Let's take a look at these latest claims in detail:

As I mentioned previously, the basis of Scientology's involvement with the families of followers of the organization is solely a financial one with the hope of getting as much money out of their victims as possible for as long as possible. The organization's "Volunteer Minister" fake front is simply the criminal organization's latest public relations scam designed to keep the money flowing in to Scientology's pockets.


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