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scientologist

[ˌsaɪənˈtɒlədʒɪst] Ncientólogo/a m/f
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Ron Hubbard, begins: "We of the Church believe: That all men of whatever race, color or creed were created with equal rights." And the Code of a Scientologist calls on all Scientologists "to support true humanitarian endeavors in the fields of human rights."
The former daughter-in-law of Placido, legendary opera singer Sam Domingo, who has been a Scientologist for 22-years made a startling revelation that Travolta had tried to resurrect his 16-year-old son Jett in January 2009 after he suffered a seizure.
According to claims the Mission Impossible star, who is a devout Scientologist, is not allowing Nicole, who left the religion when she split from Tom in 2001, to attend the ceremony.
Tom is a devout Scientologist, but Nicole left the religion when she split from the Mission Impossible actor in 2001.
Recruiting Scientologist celebrities and getting them to endorse Scientology to the public at large has always been very important to the Church of Scientology.
He chooses not to because she is not a Scientologist."
ACTOR Tom Cruise has rejected his daughter Suri because she is not being raised as a Scientologist, reports claim.
Adrian Bailey, aged 51, who was a Scientologist in his twenties, said: "I never saw the really bad side of it that some people did.
TOM Cruise says he is "incredibly proud" to be a Scientologist, the religion many in the States view as a cult.
Scientologist! presents Hubbard's ideas about language, trauma, and control as logical and seductive for a man both acutely aware of how psychologically damaged he was and desperate to do something about it.
The city of Salinas, Calif., hosted a crime-reduction seminar by a Scientologist couple at a recent meeting of its Community Alliance for Peace and Safety (CAPS).
Miss Hodkin argued that the 1970 ruling should not be binding because Scientologist beliefs and services had evolved during the past four decades.