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Katie Holmes Was Never That Into The Whole Scientology Thing

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As of right now, I don’t know all that much about Scientology. Basically, I know about the things that South Park has made fun of and the things that are mentioned in passing in gossips about Tom Cruise. I know the basics of Xenu and auditing and thetans, but that’s about it. However, that’s more than enough to realize that the whole thing is f-cking crazy.

And thankfully, it looks like Katie Holmes realized that exact same thing years ago:

Katie Holmes was always “careful” with what she said and never revealed too much during Scientology auditing sessions that she partook in during her time with Tom Cruise, is exclusively reporting.

“Katie wasn’t exactly forthcoming with information during her Scientology audit/confessions,” a source close to the situation tells “Katie’s father, Martin, advised her to be careful with what she said during these sessions so that nothing negative could get leaked to the press or be used to make her look bad.

“Look, Katie led a very ordinary and honest life before she met Tom and tried to continue to do so during the time she was with him. Katie is level headed and extremely smart. She was never completely committed to Scientology, but she participated because she truly was in love with Tom and she knew it meant a lot to him. Her heart just wasn’t in it though, she was always guarded and careful during the auditing sessions with what she revealed.”

As we previously reported, Katie Holmes’ family has been getting information for years on “the iron grip” that Scientology has on Cruise’s personal and business life, ex-high ranking Scientologist Marty Rathbun told in an exclusive interview. “I did audit sessions with Tom Cruise from 2001-2004 and I can tell you that I have a friend that has been providing Katie Holmes’ family information for years with information about the iron grip the Church of Scientology has on Tom Cruise’s family and professional life. This has been going on for at least four years,” he said.

The audit sessions with Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise were ALWAYS either audiotaped or videotaped, according to Rathbun. “Yes, the sessions were either audiotaped or videotaped, and those remain with the Church of Scientology. The Church definitely would have wanted to know Katie’s every thought,” Rathbun tells exclusively.

According to church literature, “Auditing is a central practice in Scientology through which a practitioner is cleared of negative influences known as engrams in order to heighten spiritual awareness and access currently untapped potential. Auditing sessions involve two people: the person being audited and an auditor. The person being audited is generally referred to as a pre-Clear in public Scientology literature, although Clears continue to participate in a similar process. The auditor monitors a device known as an electro-psychometer, or E-meter. The pre-Clear holds a metal cylinder in each hand, both of which are attached by wires to the E-meter.”

It seems like Katie’s reluctance to divulge information to the church will do her some good, as will the fact that Katie’s parents have information about Tom’s involvement with Scientology. In a perfect world, Tom will get scared of having that information leaked and let Katie have sole custody of Suri, but obviously we don’t live in a perfect world. We live in a world where Jerry Maguire is part of a terrifying cult that wants to sign his six-year-old daughter up for a billion (literal) years of servitude to Xenu or the Galactic Confederacy or whatever. Honestly, the whole “history” of Scientology reads like a really bad sci fi novel, and it makes it kind of hard to follow.

Either way, Team Katie. Team Katie for life.

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  • After one of your readers made a link between Aliester Crowley and L. Ron Hubbard, I watched the suggested BBC documentary about Crowley on Youtube and I tell you, it is terrifying stuff. This was one truly evil genius who caused everyone who ever got involved with him to go insane, literally, to become broken irreparably damaged human beings.

    I highly recommend watching it. He was nothing short of a Manson.

    • LOL no. Crowley was nothing AT ALL like Manson. Not even close.

      I’ve read every word Crowley wrote, as far as I know. He was brilliant and egotistical. He had an acerbic wit like a straight razor.

      He was also a heroin addict and fairly perverse by today’s standards (he was an unabashed pedophile, for instance).

      The people near him were all magicians, witches, and wizards. I submit that many of them were a bit off to start with.

      Crowley wrote prolifically and has published a ton more than LRH. Not to mention there are 1000x as much entertainment, poetry, and brilliance in Uncle Al’s work.

      Manson was a semi-charismatic dolt. He didn’t mean for any of the crap to happen that did. Tex took him at his word and “shit happened”. Manson isn’t crazy and he isn’t that smart. He is a very tiny man that finally got the recognition he craved.

      The others (Manson’s Morons) were gullible idiots. They were less than the majority of Scio-sheeple and far, far less than most Ceremonial Magicians or “Wesoterics” as they’re called inside the community.

      If you want to know about Uncle Al, go find a copy of the Equinox (which is probably online at this point) and read it. That isn’t his best work but it is an interesting introduction.

      As a final aside, Uncle Al is the one responsible for the entire body of western occult practice, from Wicca and Neo-Witchcraft to the Golden Dawn and OTO, among others.

  • Then WHY did she marry him? She’s just a gold digger then. It’s smart she had a kid with him, now she’ll get even more money.

  • Who cares if you trusted him.. you are over it now witnessing the nightmare that is Tom Cruise in private, and his sister, attendants watching and guiding you, never alone or able to do anything without permission.. go.. take your kid and don’t look back.

  • Point taken Angry Pirate. I gather that he had the balls to take an idea all the way, damn the torpedoes, but it looks like there was a lot of collateral damage along the way.