By Bonnie Woods
The writer describes her 8 years involvement with the Church of Scientology within the united states, why she left, and her next marriage and conversion to evangelical Christianity. Following her marriage she moved to England the place, because the booklet describes, the book of her leaflet 'What the Scientologists do not let you know' (which kinds the Appendix to this book), introduced her into clash with the corporation. Following a six yr criminal conflict she bought judgement in her favour from the excessive court docket in London permitting her to submit her fabric, a written apology from the Church of Scientolgy and a considerable monetary payment.
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I returned to St. Louis where I became the Executive Director of the Apple School in St. Louis. And I was to go further up the ladder before I went into a huge spiral which turned out to be part of God’s escape plan for me. 58 NB: Before continuing to read the rest of my story, I recommend at this point that you take a break and turn to the end of the book to read Appendix One, What the Scientologists Don’t Tell You. As you will probably have realised by now, the theories and structures of the Church of Scientology are complex and completely alien to the ways most of us live our lives.
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I was learning fast, and each new ladder that was put in front of me I was eager to climb. It also suited my situation. 53 Although I loved the house I was living in, and the baby was cute, there were also drawbacks which I hadn’t known about when taking up the post. Anne was writing a book, and I discovered that along with my work with the baby, I was expected to do a certain amount of editing of her book also, which in the end just got too much for me to cope with. So I left Charles employment and although I left on good terms with him and his wife, my marriage with Larry was not so cordial.