11 a.m., November 15, 2020
At this Sunday’s Humanist Forum, Doug Kramer will discuss “Growing up with, and leaving, Scientology”.
Doug Kramer was raised in a Scientology-indoctrinated family. While he initially rejected it, and instinctually knew as a kid that something was wrong with it, in his 20s he ended up becoming a fully-believing and totally dedicated member for about 15 years – before literally ‘snapping out of it’ through a chance event on a single day.
Waking up from the spell and leaving the cult cost me everything in the end; yet getting out and free of the mind-control was the best gift I’ve ever had.
He will show a 6 minute video that he made (https://youtu.be/sE1OK8K9GOA) which gives a pretty raw overall description of the topic.
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