Church of Scientology of Texas
2200 Guadalupe St, Austin, TX 78705
Phone: (512) 520-8506
Primary Phone: (512) 520-8506
Phone: (512) 476-3126
TollFree: (866) 973-2674
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Caring group of people, interested in helping individuals and doing something to improve the world we live in. With the help I got there, I'm living a happier life, more able to deal with the things that people and life throw at you sometimes, and have better relationships and self-confidence than I ever had before. Worth it.
04/04/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I found very friendly and helpful people here with no intention to enforce anything on me, just sincere personal interest in what I wanted out of life.
Attacks are way out of date and sensationalist at any rate - not accurate. Critics are the ones trying to make money, not this group!
Peaceful, happy and productive - that describes this place and its people. The frenzy is all on the other side.
02/20/2008Provided by Citysearch -
""Since 1986 authorities in France, Spain and Italy have raided more than 50 Scientology centers. Pending charges against more than 100 of its overseas church members include fraud, extortion, capital flight, coercion, illegally practicing medicine and taking advantage of mentally incapacitated people.""
- Time Magazine, May 6, 1991
What Judges Say About Scientology
""Scientology is evil"" ... ""socially harmful"" ... ""both immoral and socially obnoxious"" ... ""practices that are dangerous and harmful"" ... ""caused real harm"" ... ""replete with false medical and scientific claims devoid of any religious overlay or reference.""
Is Scientology breaking the law?
There's evidence that Scientology has a pattern of breaking the law in accordance with official Scientology policy.
Contact Your Attorney General
The Attorney General is responsible for enforcing the law in most states. The Attorney General's office often takes on fraud and large criminal prosecutions. You may also want to contact your District Attorney - the local version of the Attorney General. Feel free to use this sample letter, asking for an investigation - or better yet, write one of your own.
FACTNet's archive on Scientology crimes
An extensive resource on Scientology's fraud and criminality.
SCIENTOLOGY/L. RON HUBBARD GOVERNMENTAL OFFENSE TIMELINE
A list of actual government offenses by Scientology and Scientology officials.
02/06/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Although the beliefs epsoused by many members may seem laughable, teh Chuch of Scientology is no joke. it is ultimately a pay-to-pray organization that is extremely difficult to extricate oneself from. Members pay great deals of money to audit classes which are geared towards brainwashing them for multiple lifetimes of servitude. Critics are silenced with mob-style tactics, and frvolous lawsuits. People who are vulnerable and desperatre are targeted for membership, and things that could help them (therapy, medications, support from people outside the organization) are demonized.
Do your research, tell your friends and family, stay away, and treat current members with care and concern. They need your help to break loose. Information is free. Scientology is not.