Stacy Francis [told a Daily Beast reporter last year that the public is unkind to Scientology because “The mainstream media is funded by pharmaceutical companies, so when you have the biggest movie star in the world at the time—Tom Cruise—coming out against anti-depressants and Ritalin and just saying, ‘Hey, why don’t you put a warning label on there?
’ The thing about Scientology is it is anti-drug in that you’re seeking relationship or communication tools—simple basics on how to live better.” Christopher Masterson [ “Fuck those people!
Miscavige also played a large role in their divorce, according to Rathbun.
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Ron Hubbard began Scientology’s “Project Celebrity” in 1955, offering a list of 63 high-profile targets and a “small plaque” as a reward to anyone who successfully brought the likes of Bob Hope and Ernest Hemingway into the church.
Cruise apparently broke up with her after she insulted Scientology chief David Miscavige.
With his beard and belly, stage actor Adrian Sparks looks the part - especially when he is lazing around on his fishing boat, his shirt fully unbuttoned.
But he completely lacks the verve of a man who embraced adventure - not to mention the charisma of a guy who collected (and sometimes alienated) so many brilliant friends.
“It is obvious what would happen to Scientology if prime communicators benefitting from it would mention it now and then.” Sixty years later, was Project Celebrity a success?
That Hollywood is overrun with adherents to the religion of Xenu is generally taken for granted as fact.