During our visit to Sunderland Org earlier this week Scientology Business was given a copy of the most recent edition of Impact, the official magazine produced by the International Association of Scientologists. The IAS is the official membership organisation of the Church of Scientology, and Impact offers a fascinating insight into the latest internal Scientology news and a glimpse into what it considers significant achievements by its parishioners.
Scientology Sunderland has just 3 staff members and is visited by an average of 5 people a day, an undercover visit by Scientology Business can reveal.
Scientology were met by dozens of protesters yesterda, Friday 3rd November, as they gathered at their UK headquarters near East Grinstead. The demonstration, which was the largest of its kind in 15 years, was organised by Alexander Barnes-Ross, known in the [continue reading…]
Mid-Sussex District Council and Sussex Police have given the final approvals needed for next week’s UK Scientology protest to go ahead. The demonstration, which is expected to be the largest of its kind in England since the Anonymous movement in 2008, has received widespread international news coverage this week following a Guardian article announcing the plans.
Mid-Sussex District Council have opened an investigation into the Church of Scientology after Scientology Business revealed they failed to notify the local authority of their upcoming IAS event, due to take place 3rd – 5th November 2023.
A Freedom of Information Act request submitted by Scientology Business reveals the Church of Scientology have breached a condition of their premises licence – which allows them to hold large events- just weeks before thousands of parishioners are expected to arrive for what they describe as “the greatest gathering of Scientologists.”
Details of what’s in store at next month’s gathering of the International Association of Scientologists (IAS) have been leaked to Scientology Business after an invitation email was forwarded to us by an inside source. The email, sent by Liz Ostermann, a [continue reading…]
A former member of the Church of Scientology has announced protest plans ahead of next month’s gathering of the International Association of Scientologists in East Grinstead. The annual event, which is returning to Scientology headquarters Saint Hill Manor after a 4 year hiatus, will see the gathering of thousands of Scientologists to hear reclusive leader David Miscavige speak.
Today, Scientology staff members confirmed to a Scientology Business correspondent that Scientology leader David Miscavige is expected to attend the IAS event next month in person. The Scientology leader, who is currently evading process servers in the United States after being named a defendant
Scientology’s UK headquarters at Saint Hill near East Grinstead is a hive of activity ahead of its forthcoming IAS event next month. Our eagle-eyed readers are keeping us informed with daily updates of what’s happening on the premises.