Kirstie Alley hated humans before Scientology

Kirstie Alley hated people until she found Scientology.

The ‘Look Who’s Talking’ star, who last month claimed the bizarre sci-fi cult saved her life, preferred animals to “irritating” human beings before she joined the religion.

Kirstie, who is listed as a founding member of Scientology’s Super Power Expansion Project, said: “I am a different being, and I mean entirely different. My viewpoint on the fourth dynamic and mankind and other people changed.

“You know, I liked animals more than people! OK, I liked certain people, but the idea of ‘mankind’ – it really irritated me!

“Then I realised why mankind upset me so much – it’s because I wasn’t taking responsibility! Now, I have genuine affinity for mankind.”

Kirstie is now hoping to help the world by encouraging the whole of humanity to join the religion, which also counts Tom Cruise, John Travolta and Jada Pinkett Smith as members.

She added to Scientology magazine Source: “I’ve made decisions here, big, crazy, great, brilliant decisions here about the magnitude I’m going to help this group and help this planet, and it’s real. I want everybody in the universe to experience this.”

Last month, the 57-year-old star praised the religion in a promotional video called ‘Orientation: A Scientology Information Film’.

Kirstie said: “Honest to God truth, without Scientology, I would be dead. Personally, I recommend it.”


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