Revealed: Scientologists Very Stressed

In an unexpected revelation, a former member of the Church of Scientology has revealed that despite the highly effective Dianetics program (which starts with a stress test), Scientology members are highly stressed. This is very strange because almost all psychological and religious advice given by science fiction writers is extremely reliable, helpful, and effective.

For those who are unfamiliar with Scientology, it is the brainchild of marginally successful science fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard who said that “if you want to make a lot of money, start your own religion.”

“This kind of criticism is something we are used to; however, we refuse to allow skepticism and antagonism from non-believers to get in the way of our members’ spiritual well being.” said David O. Uschberg, a Scientology representative, as he was counting cash contributions from members.

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In other news mocking religion now deemed to be acceptable as long as it isn’t yours.

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One response to “Revealed: Scientologists Very Stressed

  1. Ed

    Scientology isn’t the only “religion” under stress. An article in the March 23rd New York Times about the problems the Christian Science Church has been having:

    “But faced with dwindling membership and blows to their church’s reputation caused by its intransigence concerning medical treatment, even for children with grave illnesses, Christian Science leaders have recently found a new tolerance for medical care. For more than a year, leaders say, they have been encouraging members to see a physician if they feel it is necessary.”

    I would include a link but I not sure if it would get spam filtered

    Nothing like losing followers to make a church decide to redefine the “message” they are receiving from their god.

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