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What Happens to People Who Are "Offloaded?"

Discussion in 'General Scientology Discussion' started by Boudicca, Feb 6, 2008.

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  1. Kathy (ImOut)

    Kathy (ImOut) Gold Meritorious Patron

    My daughter wasn't "allowed" on LRH Way - the street that ASHO, AOLA and LA Org are on. Technically, they couldn't say anything since it is a public street - but that was the threat from security. If she were in the car with me and I had to stop at one of the Orgs, I'd have to call security and get clearance for her to wait in the car for me. Usually when I came out of the Org, security was either talking to her or watching the car. After one or two trips, it became easier not to have her with me if I had to stop by one of the orgs.
  2. Fancy

    Fancy Patron Meritorious

    When I was deadfiled I was not allowed in ASHO and they highly pushed me off the street as well and that was when I was insulted by the MAA to make sure I was off their street.

    Alas they don't know but now will I went in the last day to leave a gift for my friend and say goodbye.

    I have never been back since.

    I have never communicated since as well.

    So he is safe for he followed their rules.

    I had a non verbal comm line with him and dang I still care. But I am because of anon slowly able to leave it in the past and leave the church behind.

    The YouTube Videos of DM making excuses for Lisa is the worst.

    I now watch the videos and see what they are not saying to the members.

    I can now see why I ate it up. It sounds so positive and that is what good people want so they think it is so. I could still fall for the videos and why I look for the unspoken.

    Like one billion for TC. Yeah one billion negative adverts.