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Scientology Founder's Great Grandson Denounces Religion As A Dangerous Cult!

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Jamie DeWolf warns of his great-grandfather's infamous Scientology, calling the belief system "absolute poison."

Having held a passion for writing at such a young age, Jamie was often shown L. Ron Hubbard's science fiction books as family inspiration, but he was never told of the religion as his family tried to escape it.

His grandfather had once been a high-ranking member of the church, but fled the "dangerous cult" after becoming "disgusted" with what he saw behind the scenes.

Jamie says due to his exit, he was then hunted for the rest of life.

As for the big L. Ron himself, Jamie says his great g-pa became:

"…more and more unhinged in his last days. He was lost in his own little wonderland, surrounded by this armada, this dark security force. He was totally lost."

Jamie soon discovered the meaning behind the sci-fi books, and naturally he wanted to learn more about his family's history. But his family protested, warning him even:

"My uncle said it was like poking a sleeping dog. The Scientologists didn’t know who I was or where I was, so why should I take the risk? My family was very wary."

And of course, just like his family warned, he claims Scientology members did eventually come after him (not like Tom Cruise or anything… but others):

"Immediately they came after me and came to my door and were hunting me down. They had a whole cover story. They told people that they did a show with me and that they were promoters, fellow poets and artists. They were just lying to everybody. I had private investigators following me. It’s possible my phone line had been tapped. They fight nasty. Part of it actually is a certain malicious glee in going after their targets."

Well sh*t! That's scary!

In an effort to get the word out, he performs an expose piece called The God and the Man and says of his experiences:

"I’ve met people who’ve had 20 years of their lives utterly destroyed by this cult. They have relatives they can’t speak to any more, lost their kids, lost their house. It's become very serious to me. For me to even speak out on my own genetic legacy and to be aware that I could absolutely threatened and hunted for that, that really emboldened me. I'm not gonna die with these secrets and they should be exposed."

B is for Brave!

We mean if they're as terrifying as he says they are, we gotta applaud the ballz involved here!

Of course, the church basically says he's a clueless liar wanting to make a buck off their legacy. But really… what else are they gonna say?

CREEEEPY!

[Image courtesy of Jamie DeWolf.]

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27 comments to “Scientology Founder's Great Grandson Denounces Religion As A Dangerous Cult!”

  1. MB says – reply to this


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    Not trying to offend but it all comes across as a bit "extreme" to me. Without reading the story, just the headline, which is a bit stupid of me here, I know, but I almost can't actually read an article on this site.

    What's worse? haha



  2. 2

    Good for him. It is time that this harmful, pyramid scheme/cult is exposed for what it really is. I actually think that some of the teachings have validity, but the people running it are greedy, tyranical criminals. I admire him, because I don't at all doubt that he is being followed and stalked by Scientology investigators.



  3. 3

    Wow I wonder if they REALLY do this stuff though? That is crazy if they do.

  4. Rose says – reply to this


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    Why is Scientology worse than catholosim I wonder and what and who is behind the attacks on it?

  5. Adrian says – reply to this


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    Good for him! Thank you. The sane people believe you! They are just one big gang is all. I am with purple springs. I admire him!



  6. 6

    did u get ur phone checed lately for bugs perez?

  7. rockpunk says – reply to this


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    This past week I've been researching scientology on youtube and other places and what he claims fits perfectly in to what other people dealt w/ in this horrid cult, nothing knew or surprising there, in fact he has it easy compared to ppl like lisa mcpherson and others they tried to sue or kept prisoners in the sea org. DO NOT JOIN THIS EVIL CULT- MAKE SURE ANYONE YOU KNOW DOESN'T GET LURED IN.

  8. rockpunk says – reply to this


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    Re: MBRe: MB – you have NO idea man, there are ppl who had it much worse, just google scientology and all the horrorsr will be revealed. Those people will stalk you if you say the slightest criticism, they will stalk your family as well.

  9. WendyT says – reply to this


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    Jamie DeWolf should know about the fuckery going on in this cult. What will the official statement say in his case, I wonder? lol Criminal cult of $cientology is going down. Hope the celebrity shills do some research and wake up!

  10. Jamie DeWolf says – reply to this


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    Jamie DeWolf here, Perez has got balls of adamantium just to post this! The "God and the Man" piece is here if you wanna see it:

  11. Jamie DeWolf says – reply to this


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    Apparently it doesn't like links, anyhow it's on youtube. Check it. Thanks for getting the story out!



  12. 12

    Hehehehe… the big white ship is sinking at last.

    Scientology, Catholicism - both great enemies, with "Man as God" beliefs at their core.
    One claims "faith" will make us perfect, the other claims "lessons hard learned" will make us perfect.
    Both believe that confessions, guilt, rules & coercion will bring us to "heaven on earth."

    Both are imploding as we speak.
    For alas, "perfection" is subjective.
    In the end, that which is greater than those who believe they are greater always wins.
    Always.

  13. Tracy says – reply to this


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    I Know this guy. He is legit. He's been in the Bay Area underground arts scene for years. Definitely a lover, not a fighter. It was well known amongst his friends that he was L Ron's G-Grandson.
    Everybody thought it was an interesting story, but Underground art types are emotionally fulfilled enough to be safe from Cults like Scientology… It wasn't until his story hit the mainstream that it became dangerous for him… Hah! and they call us weird!

  14. Mckenzie says – reply to this


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    26 years ago, my step-dad jokingly (he claims it was a joke, but I don't know) joined Scientology for a week. 26 years later they keep calling and no matter what our family does, we can't get them to stop calling us and trying to get us to go to meetings and fairs. No matter how many times we tell them to stop, they keep calling. Their idiots to us, I can't believe how horrible they are to him.

  15. Watchadero says – reply to this


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    He needs a new hobby horse.

    It's a one-joke career that begs he develop new routines or he'll be another Tiny Tim as he tiptoes thru the tulips to the exit.

    Crowds won't show up in city after city to see his diatribe against his dead relative. That's cheap.

  16. Angela Hodgson says – reply to this


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    Not true, the proof is in the pudding so to speak. Johhny Travolta, Will Smith, Tom Cruise?? Five principles just like mine? I approve. AMH



  17. 17

    Re: Rose – Well, Rose, that's what happens when people and organisations and leaders commit "overts". They "pull in" all kinds of shit. You should know that!



  18. 18

    Re: Watchadero – Most performers are willing to oblige their fans when a piece is requested so often. If you don't want to watch, don't. The rest of the world enjoys it immensely, which is what gets up Scientology wicks so bad. Must. Shut. Critics. Up.



  19. 19

    Re: Mimi the Magnificent – Some friends of mine had them go through their garbage. Another friend had her dog poisoned.



  20. 20

    The testimony of Jamie's grandfather, Ron de Wolf, at the Clearwater Hearings in 1982 is also fascinating. You can watch it on the Xenu TV website. Transcripts are also available.



  21. 21

    It's about time people found out the truth about Scientology

  22. Bubble says – reply to this


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    L. Ron Hubburbs novel "Fear" is genius, and one of my favorite chillers. However, it is obvious that it was written by a psychologically unstable person with a very dark side. That's what makes it so attractive to a reader, but it also makes the man very dangerous as a charismatic leader.

  23. ARJ says – reply to this


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    Re: Watchadero – Jaime is very talented and known in the arts community for his amazing spoken word, not being L Ron Hubbard's great grandson. He speaks truth in poetic form, which goes further than scientology.

  24. ShadowRider says – reply to this


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    Re: MB – Then why the f - -k did you bother to waste your time in commenting?

  25. ll says – reply to this


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    Re: Watchadero
    What flavor was your coolaid?

  26. Jack says – reply to this


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    Band this cult for good. The world has more of its share of for profit organized cults and religions. About time to put them out of business, outlaw them and make sure they pay.



  27. 27

    If he vanishes, we'll know why.