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Valerie Emanuel, Roland Rashleigh-Berry, Dave Bird, H. Keith Henson

Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Orlando Org Visit
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From: Valerie <>
Date: Mon, 20 Apr 1998 18:25:56 GMT

My son just told me what he did on Saturday down at the little org here in Orlando. Note:I had no idea he was going to do this & am not endorsing it!

He went in with a friend and sat down, and talked for a while with one of the clambots who were there. Then he said, "Wow, it's hot in here." He took off his jacket.

Underneath it he was wearing one of my 'Scientology Kills' tee-shirts (which he'd 'borrowed' from Mom). He said, "Let's talk about Xenu." He said the lady he was talking to stared, and her eyes bugged out, and three other of the staff immediately left the room. Before he left he said several unkind but possibly true things about LRH and indicated how high he felt their collective IQ's were. He now wants to travel down to Clearwater with a bunch of friends to check out the Sea Borg.

Ah well, they say the acorn doesn't fall far from the tree.


From: Roland <>
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Teenagers: Do the Xenu dare
Date: Tue, 21 Apr 1998 07:34:59 +0100
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I thought the dare done by the 14 year old lad was brilliant. Going into an org, revealing a $cientology Kills t-shirt and then asking about Xenu. I have dared people to do the same for well over a year. At last it has been done (well actually, Dave Bird and friend sort of did something like that already).

I hope many more do the same. Walk right into their orgs and throw their deceitful scam right back in their faces. To show that the public are not afrad of them and their bullying. It makes my heart sing to hear that a 14 year old has done this.

Here is the actual Xenu dare again. It is to print off two Xenu flyers and take them to an org. Ask if you can talk to someone there about something you found on the net. Hand them a Xenu flyer and keep one yourself. Keep a straight face and ask serious questions about it. Get the clams to explain Xenu. If they can't then ask them to find out more information from senior people who do know. Try to get some information about Xenu from them. Tell them that you are going to do a project concerning UFOs and aliens as an influence to religion or something like that.

The Xenu flyer is wonderful. Everybody should have a copy even if they only think they might be passing an org. It is at and can be downloaded in zipped Word 6 format.

I hope there are many more brave young men (and young women of course) who will do this.

Who out there will:

  1. Get an admission about Xenu communicated to them directly. (requires incredibly good skill in communication - I think only a young lady will be able to achieve this).

  2. Who will be the youngest to do the Xenu dare? Will a pre-teen achieve it?

  3. Who can perform the Xenu dare in most different orgs?

  4. Who will get physically ejected from an org?

  5. Who will give us an audio recording of this, converted to RealAudio, for our entertainment? I will happily web it and give instructions on how to convert it.

Xenu is only two million years old. He is a mere youngster. He loves young people the most. So be a friend of Xenu (or Xemu). Visit him on his home page (below), download the Xenu flyer and then spread the word about Xenu - the young person's friend.


Watch the Xemu Cartoon:
Visit Xemu's Home Page:
Also the incomparable Operation Clambake:
The TRUE story of Hubbard:
Hubbard's "No Christ":
The famous Xenu flyer:

Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Re: Teenagers: Do the Xenu dare
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From: Dave Bird---St Hippo of Augustine <>
Date: Tue, 21 Apr 1998 20:37:55 +0100

In article <>, Roland <roland.rashleigh-> writes

I thought the dare done by the 14 year old lad was brilliant.

I thought it was brilliant too, but I apologise for one myth: from his mother's article it sounded like a young teenager and I guesstimated about 14. In fact he is a youth of twenty.

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Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
From: (Keith Henson)
Subject: Re: Orlando Org Visit
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Date: Sat, 25 Apr 1998 05:44:52 GMT

Rod Fletcher ( wrote:

On 20 Apr 1998 20:57:44 GMT, (Keith Henson) wrote:

  On 20 Apr 1998 18:42:29 GMT, (Inducto) wrote:

    He went in with a friend and sat down, and talked for a while with one
    of the clambots who were there. Then he said, "Wow, it's hot in here."
    He took off his jacket.

  The more I consider this, the more it looks like this might be one way
  scn orgs are closed for good. Keith Henson

Your persecution and hate is beyond me. Rod.

"Rod," eventually you may understand my motivations. You, and the rest of the scientology members, really are infested. Not with the spirits of murdered space aliens, but with copies of Hubbard's madness. It need not be a permanent condition, you can find lots of people here who have gotten over it, or at least moved to the much milder form in the freezone.

The problem for us who are not infected is the same as it is for any epidemic. You have to get it to where each person infected infects fewer than one person. Under that condition an epidemic dies out.

Now, if you have serious fear about every new person you bring into an org might have one of these shirts . . . . Keith Henson

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