Macquarie Dictionary 2nd revised edition:
/'-trik/, n. a swindle in which the victim's
confidence is gained and he is then induced to part with money or
property. Also, US., confidence game. - confidence trickster,
Scientology engages in the following:
The Church of Scientology advertises under front names. e.g. In
the 9 to 5 Magazine Scientology advertised their OCA test
under the name 'The Sydney Test Centre'. Advertisements for an IQ test
have used the Scientology phone number and no name. Copy available on
The Church of Scientology has a large number of front names. Copy
available on request.
The Church of Scientology scriptures are subject to copyright protection
and are 'trade secrets' of the Church. This is legal but it unfortunately
prevents an informed decision by a recruit. The price list for all
courses is almost $500,000.00. Copy available on request.
The CofS has a division called Rehabilitation Project Force that is used
for discipline. Copy available on request.
Also the Introspection Rundown for the incarceration of a member suffering
a psychotic breakdown while receiving services. Copy available on
A recruit is not able to research this information before joining.
The CofS uses mind control including hypnosis on recruits. (Page
115-118, The Anderson Report.)
Incarceration of members with mental disturbance. (see Introspection
Damage to family relationships. Copy of policy document available on
For additional information write to:
Locked Bag 1000