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.
Yesterday, we broke the news that after a four-year hiatus, Scientology’s annual IAS event is expected to take place next month at their UK headquarters in Sussex. A poster, leaked to Scientology Business by an insider, confirms the gathering is due to take place on the weekend of 3rd – 5th November 2023 at Saint Hill Manor, with the leaker explaining the expectation inside Scientology is that Church leader David Miscavige is due to travel to the UK to host the event in person.
Church of Scientology leader David Miscavige, who is currently facing a grand jury investigation in the United States following allegations of abuse, child trafficking and covering up crimes, is set to return to the UK next month to host the annual International Association of Scientologists (IAS) event.
The German government has kept Scientology under close surveillance since the opening of it’s Munich Org in 1970. Here’s a look at the history of their struggle to gain recognition in Germany, courtesy of guest author Stefani Hutchison
Judges in Switzerland have ruled against Scientology in a defamation case they brought against two activists. The three-year legal battle involved the Church of Scientology Basel, the Swiss Department of Health and Scientology spokespeople Jürg Stettler and Dierk Clausen and resulted [continue reading…]
A leading media lawyer has called out a major British newspaper for refusing to publish a story about Scientology after it received a threatening phone call from Church spokesperson Karin Pouw.