Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise Unite in Scientology

Tom Cruise inspired Katie Holmes to look into scientology, the religious movement founded by sci-fi writer Ronald Hubbard in1950s.

Hubbard revealed that 75 million years ago an alien galactic ruler resolved an overpopulation problem by sending his excess subjects to earth on spaceships. But these billions of alien souls, called “thetans,” still remain on earth clustered in groups.

Tom Cruise, along with other Scientologists, believes that every human being is full of aliens.

Katie Holmes was asked if she is a scientologist and if she had looked into this controversial religious church herself.

“I have looked into it myself and I really like it and I think it’s really wonderful,” said Katie.

Has she tried any auditing? (In scientology “auditing” is a form of personal counseling assisted by E-Meter or Electro-psychometer which is believed to help locate areas of spiritual distress by measuring electrical resistance of the body.)

“Yeah, yeah,” said Katie. “And it’s really…I feel like I’m bettering myself. So it’s great.”

Tom Cruise claims to have helped people fight drug and other addictions through scientology religion. Nicole Kidman reportedly didn’t share this belief with Tom Cruise.

Other famous Hollywood scientologists are John Travolta, Jason Lee, Kirstie Alley, Giovanni Ribisi, Juliette Lewis, and Lisa Marie Presley.

No wonder many consider scientology a “power religion of Hollywood.”

From the beginning of Scientology in the mid-1950s, Hubbard made the recruitment of celebrities a high priority, because they gave credibility to his teachings.


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