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PostSubject: Another weird celebrity 'suicide'. Scientology death?   Thu Oct 01, 2015 5:41 pm

http://www.msn.com/en-us/movies/celebrity/jim-carrey-girlfriend-cathriona-white-commits-suicide-report/ar-AAeUDTb?li=BBgzzfc&ocid=iehp
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Jim Carrey’s girlfriend Cathriona White has committed suicide. She was 28.

In a statement furnished to Gossip Cop, Carrey says, “I am shocked and deeply saddened by the passing of my sweet Cathriona. She was a truly kind and delicate Irish flower, too sensitive for this soil, to whom loving and being loved was all that sparkled. My heart goes out to her family and friends and to everyone who loved and cared about her. We have all been hit with a lightning bolt.”

According to TMZ, White was found dead in her home by Los Angeles Police Department officers on Monday night. It is suspected she purposefully overdosed on drugs, as pills were found at the scene. Cops were called when two friends went to White’s house to check on her, and they discovered her unresponsive.

http://tonyortega.org/2015/09/30/jim-carreys-scientologist-girlfriend-on-srd-when-she-killed-herself-friends/

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JIM CARREY’S SCIENTOLOGIST GIRLFRIEND ON ‘SRD’ WHEN SHE KILLED HERSELF: FRIENDS
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Actor Jim Carrey and his girlfriend Cathriona White were spotted in New York earlier this year after the couple apparently started dating again following a breakup. Now, news organizations are scrambling for more information about their relationship after the 28-year-old woman killed herself this week.

People magazine and other publications are reporting that Cathriona was an Irish citizen, had first started dating Carrey in 2012, worked as a make-up artist in the fashion industry, and was pronounced dead on Monday night.

But two of her friends tell the Underground Bunker what the rest of the media hasn’t reported: That Cathriona (pronounced “Katrina”) was a Scientologist who took classes at the Hollywood Celebrity Centre, and was currently working on her “objectives” in the “Survival Rundown.”

Her friends tell us that Cathriona originally got involved in Scientology about four to five years ago through members of musician Beck’s circle of friends. They encouraged her to move to the US from Ireland and take Scientology courses.

When Jim Carrey met her and they began dating in March 2012, her friends say, Carrey was aware that “Cat” was a Scientologist.

That’s interesting, because over the years, Carrey has ridiculed Scientology numerous times. There was this exchange in a Canadian television interview, for example…




And former Scientology spokesman Robert Vaughn Young, who died in 2003, related another incident about Carrey: “One time Carrey delighted in calling [the Hollywood Celebrity Centre and] wanted to sign up for the OT 3 course. He had all these ‘things’ on his body, he said, and he wanted to get rid of them. The execs freaked a bit, saying that he had to do other things first. ‘No, no,’ Carrey said, ‘I’ll pay for all those. Get me on that body thetan course, that’s the one for me!’ I mean, can’t you just imagine a Jim Carrey routine on body thetans?”

After they began dating in 2012, Carrey and White reportedly soon broke up, but then they were spotted earlier this year in New York after they began seeing each other again.

Cathriona’s friends say that they were concerned about Cat dating Carrey again, but they were assured by Scientologists they knew that Cat was emotionally prepared for the challenge of dating Carrey because, they said, “She had just finished the Purif and was doing her objectives.”

“Purif” is short for the “Purification Rundown,” a process invented by Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard that he claimed could “detoxify” the body through an intense regimen of daily sauna sessions and massive doses of the vitamin niacin.

The “objectives” are exercises that in recent years have been made part of a newer version of a course called the “Survival Rundown” which Scientology leader David Miscavige has made a prime requisite of Scientologists, both the new and the experienced. The “SRD” is being pushed to all Scientologists, even those who may have long ago previously done their “objectives” on their way up the Bridge to Total Freedom.

“An example of a command in an objective process would be ‘Look at that wall’ or ‘Walk over to that wall,'” says Chris Shelton, a former member of Scientology’s Sea Org who talked to us about the Survival Rundown for an article in May.

Paul Thomas Anderson’s 2012 movie The Master demonstrated objective processing when it had Philip Seymour Hoffman’s character instructing Joaquin Phoenix’s character to move back and forth between a wall and a window.

One of the objective processes is known by the strange name “Op Pro By Dup,” which is short for “Opening Procedure by Duplication,” or also goes by the name “Book and Bottle.” The commands for the exercise sound like this: “Go over to the book. Look at it. Pick it up. What is its color? What is its temperature? What is its weight? Put it down in exactly the same place. Go over to the bottle. Look at it. Pick it up. What is its color? What is its temperature? What is its weight? Put it down in exactly the same place. Go over to the book…”

The Survival Rundown itself has been around for a long time, at least since the late 1970s. But Shelton explained to us that a new version of the SRD is being pushed now by Scientology leader David Miscavige, with alterations to the exercises that L. Ron Hubbard originally designed, and recent reports from inside the church contained troubling descriptions of how the SRD was affecting subjects. “You can end up with people going into semi-hypnotic trances and all sorts of other nonsense which I think is psychologically damaging,” Shelton told us. “So what you have here is Miscavige altering the technology to ensure it is done in the worst possible way to the worst possible result on every single person. He is making sure that almost everyone who runs these Objective Processes are going to be on them for hundreds and hundreds of hours and that they are very likely going to be a bit insane when they are done with them.”

Our sources say that Cathriona had not finished the SRD, and had stalled on it in the last six months. They also say they were stunned to learn that she had killed herself.

“I am shocked and deeply saddened by the passing of my sweet Cathriona,” Carrey said in a statement. He called White “a truly kind and delicate Irish flower, too sensitive for this soil, to whom loving and being loved was all that sparkled.”

We requested a comment about Cathriona’s involvement in Scientology with the church’s spokeswoman, Karin Pouw, and we’ll let you know if she gets back to us.


So can we chalk this up to another Scientology death then?

https://theyshouldnothavedied.wordpress.com/

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B for Gregory S. Bashaw, 46, a successful journalist and OT7, who committed suicide in his car on 23 June 2001 after 20 years of Scientology courses, auditing and training. He was having a problem with body thetans and could not accept the help of anyone outside Scientology, but Scientology, having got him into a mess, did not want to know anything about him. Greg was a talented, very lovable person who left behind a wife and teenage son. But he died broke, deeply in debt, unemployed and beyond help, having been excommuncicated by the vampire church to which he had dedicated his entire adult life. Greg Bashaw is one of the more notable victims of the vampire cult.

B for Griffee Blythe, long-time staff, who died in 2008 of alcohol abuse.  Snr C/AOLA, but cracked up when her son died, as she could not believe she had not been able to save him.

B for Jeremy Blake (35) and Theresa Duncan (40) who both committed suicide, he by drowning in the sea off New Jersey on 17 July 2007. He “went to join the lovely Theresa”. They both believed they were being harassed by Scientology; a possible reason is their friendship with Beck and his wife, which Beck has denied. But opinion remains sharply divided about the role of Scientology in this affair.

B for John Boucher, a Scientologist for 25-years at the prestigious Founding Church of Scientology, Washington (FCDC). He committed suicide on 6 May 2001 aged 46 after being destroyed by ethics handling. He killed himself because they had told him, after 25 years, that he was an “illegal pc” because he was a security risk because he was still in touch with his father who had once worked for the NSA. The real reason was that he could not afford any more courses. He commited suicide believing that he would come back in another body and be able to get auditing. He wanted Scientology more that he wanted life, or his family. John was a true believer with integrity and courage. He believed what his “church” told him. And going up the Bridge was worth more to him than his family or any other aspect of his life. This abusive organisation, which knows neither shame nor pity, first denied he was a member and then solicited donations for its front group, CCHR, at his funeral.

B for John Breedlove was at Flag Land base in the 1970s. He told his mother he had been told by Scientology to commit suicide and that Scientology could get anyone to commit suicide if they wanted. He killed himself after he left Scientology.

B for John Buchanan – a Scottish landscape gardener, working in Germany, joined the cult there but committed suicide in May 1994 to escape his debts.

B for Kaja Bordevich Ballo, a Norwegian girl studying in Nice, France, died 28 March 2008, a few hours after taking the worthless “find their ruin” Oxford Capacity Analysis given by the Church of Scientology. She was told it showed she had an inadequate personality. She did not know that this is the standard diagnosis. She was the daughter of Olav Gunnar Ballo, a member of the Norwegian Parliament
http://www.aftenposten.no/english/local/article2371180.ece
http://en.wikinews.org/wiki/Norwegian_government_considers_prosecuting_Scientology
http://www.metacafe.com/watch/1964723/kaja_ballo_latest_scientology_and_her_suicide_part_1_of_2/

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PostSubject: Re: Another weird celebrity 'suicide'. Scientology death?   Sun Oct 04, 2015 10:42 pm

If the toxicology reports come back with any of the drugs prescribed to Carrey and Carrey admit he gave them to her, guess what?

You know, Scientology is based on a belief by L. Ron Hubbard based totally on the existence of a dictator in the Galactic Confederacy called Xenu:
Xenu (/ˈziːnuː/),[1][2][3] also called Xemu, was, according to Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, the dictator of the "Galactic Confederacy" who 75 million years ago brought billions[4][5] of his people to Earth (then known as "Teegeeack") in a DC-8-like spacecraft, stacked them around volcanoes, and killed them with hydrogen bombs. Official Scientology scriptures hold that the thetans (immortal spirits) of these aliens adhere to humans, causing spiritual harm.[1][6]  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xenu


In Scientology, you can reach the 'clear' stage and contact you 'thetan' when you reach the OT III level.
"This Solo-audited level goes through what is called the "Wall of Fire" that surrounds a previously impenetrable whole track mystery. What prevents a being from being himself? This level answers that question. Once complete, a being is free of the whole track overwhelm that has trapped him. Here he confronts and eradicates the fourth dynamic engram that has plagued this universe for millennia."[6] The cost to 'upgrade' to this level is $8,910.[7]
Church dogma regards OT III as a dangerous process which can lead to pneumonia, to lack of sleep or even to death if not run correctly. In Church of Scientology of California v. Kaufman, it was noted that the defendant had been required to sign a waiver to the effect that "the Scientology Organization, its branches and members, and L. Ron Hubbard are not responsible for anything that might happen to my body or mind on OT III".[8] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operating_Thetan#OT_III:_The_Wall_of_Fire

So, Jim Carrey is probably in the clear.  It is safe to say that Jim's ex found her thetan and she got rid of it the only way she had to do it.
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PostSubject: Re: Another weird celebrity 'suicide'. Scientology death?   Mon Oct 05, 2015 2:35 am

Interesting info Gaaront thanks.

That sure is creepy stuff.

Do you ever notice these actors and celebrities seem to change suddenly at some point in their careers. They start to have something 'odder' about them, like they've been through something and they have lost some of their sparkle. Jim Carey was one such example I have noticed. It also seems to come when they change the type of movies they're in. For a long time of course, Carey was a funny goofy guy making goofy movies, then he started making edgier movies, such as 23 which seems to have changed Carey himself. After this he was no longer goofy and he had lost his sparkle and seemed more uncomfortable in interviews and just 'weirder'. James Franco is another one I noticed who has 'changed', Franco also appears to be involved with the OTO. Also, Simon Pegg, who hasn't been quite the same since he went to Hollywood. Please come home Simon and be funny again.

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PostSubject: Re: Another weird celebrity 'suicide'. Scientology death?   Thu Oct 08, 2015 12:47 am

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PostSubject: Re: Another weird celebrity 'suicide'. Scientology death?   Thu Oct 08, 2015 1:00 am

gaaront wrote:
Well, women make you serious . . .
Co-written by James Franco.
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PostSubject: Re: Another weird celebrity 'suicide'. Scientology death?   Mon Dec 14, 2015 4:30 am

I've bought pianos off Simon Pegg's dad, deals in refurbished Yamaha U series
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