Author Topic: Church of Scientology Sandy Springs property and possible opening?  (Read 2625 times)

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Knowing that the vast majority of those whom attended the opening are not from the state of Georgia,I say 90% were from out of town,it will be interesting to see how the aging local scientology adherent can meet the needs of the building and its operations as their individual incomes become fixed.

Time and age are not in this local organizations favor. Dwindling income and an aging base will only speed up the reality this organization faces.

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I am so glad they brought up the purple toxin ruse. Someone needs to get a water sample from the steam room and identify the additive they are using.

Someone on ESMB mentioned this the other day in a thread about the New York Rescue Workers scam:
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What I think they do is starch the towels and use soap with iodine so it goes purple.
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Someone should take a plastic doll in there and see what color its towel turns. Same purple? How odd.
 

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Someone should take a plastic doll in there and see what color its towel turns. Same purple? How odd.
I like the doctored towel theory myself (potassium permanganate?).

The only problem is, there are a number of exes from Scientology and Narconon and none have shed any light on the ooze towels yet. Even if it was only known to a core group, I'd have expected someone to leak it by now. It's an expected end phenomena of the Purif thanks to Dr Root in Clear Body, Clear Mind.

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Someone should take a plastic doll in there and see what color its towel turns. Same purple? How odd.
I like the doctored towel theory myself (potassium permanganate?).

The only problem is, there are a number of exes from Scientology and Narconon and none have shed any light on the ooze towels yet. Even if it was only known to a core group, I'd have expected someone to leak it by now. It's an expected end phenomena of the Purif thanks to Dr Root in Clear Body, Clear Mind.

Maybe Nesquick on Rinder's blog knows... As I remember, we saw this at the Gwinnett County Fairgrounds with the foot detox baths, too. Maybe it's an Atlanta thing, LOL.
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Here's another explanation I just happened across (honest!) from January 2011, still involves starched towels, though:

http://www.forum.exscn.net/showthread.php?21406-Scientology-does-not-know-it-s-quot-science-quot&p=516835&viewfull=1#post516835
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We had a whole thread on that last year @wwp, and after extensive research it was determined that anyone can get those results by starching your towels, the iron in your sweat reacts with it and can give you a vertible rainbow of fancy colors from green to purple From what I gathered it is a fairly old con foil.

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An informative interview!

Church Of Scientology Expands Its Georgia Presence - GPB Radio
By CELESTE HEADLEE & SEAN POWERS

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Earlier this month, Georgia's first Ideal Church of Scientology opened its doors. The 45,000-square-foot mansion that houses the church is located in Sandy Springs, just outside Atlanta. We talk to a Scientologist from Atlanta about what draws him to the church, and how it has diversified. Then, we learn more about the  church's practices and its history with journalist Tony Ortega of The Underground Bunker blog.

Hear the full interview at http://gpbnews.org/post/church-scientology-expands-its-georgia-presence
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From Tony Ortega's Underground Bunker, the Atlanta Idle Org is seeking opinions on which sign they should use to attract passersby:
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The new Atlanta Ideal Org would like opinions on which sign staff members should hold as they stand on the sidewalk to entice drivers to stop in. “Open House” or “What is Scientology?” Open House is the favorite among Scientologists so far.




Source: http://tonyortega.org/2016/07/31/harlem-gets-its-scientology-ideal-org-today-and-david-miscavige-doesnt-want-you-there/
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