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Every Scientologist (and non-Scientologist) should know that Mosey’s husband in Texas is the impostor of the original Marty Rathbun in Scientology

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Dearest Marty, my awesome Prince,

Yes, that is what every Scientologist and non-Scientologist should know. Every  Scientologist and non-Scientologist should also know that Jack Vistaril was not L. Ron Hubbard but also an impostor. As impostoring the founder worked so well, psych secret services and agents thought they can do this also with you, the original Marty Rathbun.

I saw the cover of the new book written by Mosey’s husband with the title The Scientology Reformation: What Every Scientologist Should Know.

How can an impostor who operates on lies reform Scientology? He lies just like David Miscavige and Mike Rinder, and others who keep the secret service ordered  infiltration and the imposters are secret.

The photo on his cover seems to show the real Ron (small picture) surrounded by people (Scientologists but also possibly infiltrators). Photo could be real or doctored. While I was in LA in 1984, I discovered large boxes with doctored photos. For example, Mary Sue’s make up was enhanced in just about any photo. You know those black and white pictures with suddenly fire-red lipstick, etc. In other words, I don’t know if that photo on the cover of Mosey’s husband was doctored by anyone or not. 

But something  else hit me reading the content table of Mosey’s husband new book. I suddenly got the notion that he will be sued. Probably not by His Cobness (bad conscience and dirty hands himself) but by somebody else with cash who can afford a good attorney. Guess Mosey’s husband wants to be handled by the law. He says himself that the truth comes out always. Guess this is one way to make the truth come out: being sued.

He targets  particularly Tom Cruise. I guess Mosey’s husband wants to cash in on the anti-Cruise movement. However, I am pretty sure that DM didn’t tell TC that Mosey’s husband is an impostor and that even the founder was impostored. However, on the other side, Tom Cruise could find out if he would compare photos and other footage. 

I love you, Marty, so much.  I think Mosey’s husband thinks that you never will be able to leave your wrongful incarceration and that is why he keeps impostoring you. He had millions of opportunities to state that a secret service and/or DM hired him for that job but he did not. I don’t know what’s in for him to conceal it but it must be a lot.

Can’t wait to see the look on the face on the planet when you speak for the first time again and when you establish that Mosey’s husband is not you but an impostor.  He never would be in those troubles if he simply would have told the world: “My name is Mark Rathbun, and I am the doppelganger who replaced the original Inspector General for Ethics Marty Rathbun, and I have all reasons to believe that the founder of Scientology, L. Ron Hubbard, was impostored too by the man who allegedly left DM Scientology.” This didn’t hurt much, didn’t it?

Instead I think that Mosey’s husband will be sued if not prosecuted. I am sure he had an attorney check his books but nevertheless, I feel a big legal actions coming his way. Guess he likes troubles.

Many kisses, my hero. 8 Billion of people in the world, and YOU are the only one I want, Marty!

Yours forever,



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  1. Always wondered why Miscavige doesn’t sue Blog-Mark or why Blog-Mark didn’t sue Miscavige.


    October 9, 2012 at 9:06 am

    • My prediction: bad conscience on both sides. As long as people are so dumb to believe that they are Scientologists and behave like that, secret service psychs are happy and the purpose of Scientology in the bad headlines is fulfilled.

      I read the introduction of Chapter 8 that Mosey’s husband published. He knows how to create momentum but if I would be TC, I would be mad as hell portraying me as such a brainless person who can be manipulated like that. Maybe he should write fiction instead?

      Barbara Schwarz

      October 9, 2012 at 9:40 am

  2. He calls C.O.B. narcissistic. That is a psychiatric definition of a person loving himself.


    October 10, 2012 at 12:12 am

    • Ron said that the most neglected friend one has is oneself. I came to the conclusion that people commit OWs if they do not love themselves to be better than sinking on this level. In other words, people should love themselves more not less and p$ychs are idiots. But what else is “new”?

      Not just Mosey’s husband is pushing p$ych lines. David Miscavige’s fan club on Minvera’s and Vince’s blog does it too. The blog seems to run out of steam but check the comments, they too label Mosey’s husband with psychiatric terms. They called him also narcissistic. Guess he returned the favor.

      That war is non-Scientologists against non-Scientologists, both publish idiotic psych lines and making psychs happy.

      Barbara Schwarz

      October 10, 2012 at 1:51 am

  3. Mosey’s husband is posing as a “Reformer”and acts like he’s after personal revenge against David Miscavige for demoting him, a blow to his self-importance. He and Miscavige are not so different! In one breath, he promotes himself as Tom Cruise’s auditor and more than once, many times, brags that he took him through Scientology’s highest levels. He is using Tom Cruise’s stature to promote himself, and to knock Tom Cruise. what kind of a mess did he make of Tom Cruise after auditing him? Tom Cruise is not the same guy he used to be. This is so blow-hard hypocritical and obvious, a very low blow cowardly betrayal. Clearly, Rathbun is using Tom Cruise to make a name for himself, repeatedly. Maybe his last book didn’t sell well enough so he’s going for the Tom Cruise gossip tell-all slant. But doesn’t he realize he’s giving himself away? By acting so PROUD of auditing Tom Cruise If Tom Cruise is such a rat, why be proud of that?

    Pathetic Ploy! What gives?

    October 10, 2012 at 11:16 am

    • When you come to my blog to post a comment and as long as the original Marty Rathbun still carries the same name, the name Marty Rathbun in your posting is censored by me as also in postings of others. Because the original Marty Rathbun is nothing like Mosey’s husband. So, I changed the name Marty Rathbun to Mosey’s husband because you are talking about Monique’s husband in Texas who impostors the original Marty Rathbun who vanished end of the 80s.

      Otherwise, I didn’t censor your posting as you raise some valid issues.

      This said, yes, I noticed too that Mosey’s husband is quite contradictory in what he does. However, the squirrel busters played directly into his hands and made him and his wife look like victims.

      I haven’t read Mosey’s husband’s book but in regards of what he published, I got a premonition this time: could result in him being sued this time. It really would surprise me if Tom Cruise wouldn’t sue him this time.

      I never met Tom Cruise. I don’t know how he was and is but what I strongly assume is that he feels that Mosey’s husband stepped over the line as his former auditor and as an author. I would feel like this if it would happen to me. Tom Cruise has rights too. Besides, DM is calling the shots in the orgs not TC.

      Guess TC trusted Mosey’s husband but I think him targeting Tom Cruise is a violation of the Code of an Auditor. Even if he didn’t publish what Tom Cruise did in 1810 and 1387, the way how Mosey’s husband targets him to get back at DM is unfair and no real Scientologist and true auditor would do that.

      C of S is not reformed by beating up TC. He isn’t even a staff member. However, I don’t agree with TC on DM but that doesn’t make me trying to cash in on TC’s fame and misfortune.

      It appears that DM gave TC some presents, which somebody as rich as TC doesn’t need and for certain didn’t ask for.

      Mosey’s husband is no reformer. Even if Tom Cruise would sleep penniless in the streets, DM would still do what he wants.

      John Travolta wins his cases, I bet courts (even those in Texas) would rule that Tom Cruise’s is entitled not to be treated as fair game by anyone who hates deep down Scientology.

      Anyway, I am not giving legal advice nor do I work out strategies.

      However, if I would be in Tom Cruise’s shoes I WOULD FIGHT BACK.

      Barbara Schwarz

      October 10, 2012 at 1:06 pm

    • Me thinks BlogMark thinks he was Martin Luther in a German past live…


      October 11, 2012 at 3:05 am

      • The Catholic Church was and still is bad. But Martin Luther?! Yikes! He was ANTISEMITIC! Feed people with hatred about Jews. Nothing to be proud of.

        Barbara Schwarz

        October 11, 2012 at 3:24 am

  4. Who has the copyright of that group photo on his book cover?

    Pursuit of Happiness

    October 10, 2012 at 2:00 pm

    • L. Ron Hubbard, the real one? I also don’t know how smart that was by Mosey’s husband to use a picture with those many people. What if some don’t agree to have their faces on his book? What if they sue him for having published their faces without their permission?

      I think Mosey’s husband wants Tom Cruise being alienated from his three children. Probably that he can’t see Suri anymore.

      But once again I also have to point with the finger on DM. He allowed Mosey’s husband, an impostor and an agent of some kind to audit Tom Cruise and others. What was DM thinking? Nothing bright I assume. He should have known that this will have bad consequences. Or was this chaos and hurt intended by him?

      Barbara Schwarz

      October 10, 2012 at 2:20 pm

  5. Anti-Judaism and antisemitism
    Main article: Martin Luther and antisemitism/Wikipedia

    The original title page of On the Jews and Their Lies, written by Martin Luther in 1543
    Luther wrote about the Jews throughout his career, though only a few of his works dealt with them directly.[195] Luther rarely encountered Jews during his life, but his attitudes reflected a theological and cultural tradition which saw Jews as a rejected people guilty of the murder of Christ, and he lived within a local community that had expelled Jews some ninety years earlier.[196] He considered the Jews blasphemers and liars because they rejected the divinity of Jesus, whereas Christians believed Jesus was the Messiah.[197] At the same time, Luther believed that all human beings who set themselves against God shared one and the same guilt.[198] As early as 1516, Luther wrote, “…[M]any people are proud with marvelous stupidity when they call the Jews dogs, evildoers, or whatever they like, while they too, and equally, do not realize who or what they are in the sight of God”.[199] In 1523, Luther advised kindness toward the Jews in That Jesus Christ was Born a Jew, but only with the aim of converting them to Christianity.[200] When his efforts at conversion failed, he grew increasingly bitter toward them.[201]
    Luther’s other major works on the Jews were his 60,000-word treatise Von den Juden und Ihren Lügen (On the Jews and Their Lies), and Vom Schem Hamphoras und vom Geschlecht Christi (On the Holy Name and the Lineage of Christ), both published in 1543, three years before his death.[202] Luther argued that the Jews were no longer the chosen people but “the devil’s people”: he referred to them with violent, vile language.[203][204] Luther advocated setting synagogues on fire, destroying Jewish prayerbooks, forbidding rabbis from preaching, seizing Jews’ property and money, and smashing up their homes, so that these “poisonous envenomed worms” would be forced into labour or expelled “for all time”.[205] In Robert Michael’s view, Luther’s words “We are at fault in not slaying them” amounted to a sanction for murder.[206] Luther’s “recommendations” for how to treat the Jews was a clear reference to the “sharp mercy” of Deuteronomy 13, the punishments prescribed by Moses for those who led others to “false gods”.[207]
    Luther spoke out against the Jews in Saxony, Brandenburg, and Silesia.[208] Josel of Rosheim, the Jewish spokesman who tried to help the Jews of Saxony in 1537, later blamed their plight on “that priest whose name was Martin Luther—may his body and soul be bound up in hell!—who wrote and issued many heretical books in which he said that whoever would help the Jews was doomed to perdition.”[209] Josel asked the city of Strasbourg to forbid the sale of Luther’s anti-Jewish works: they refused initially, but relented when a Lutheran pastor in Hochfelden used a sermon to urge his parishioners to murder Jews.[208] Luther’s influence persisted after his death. Throughout the 1580s, riots led to the expulsion of Jews from several German Lutheran states.[210]
    Luther was the most widely read author of his generation, and he acquired the status of a prophet within Germany.[211] According to the prevailing view among historians,[212] his anti-Jewish rhetoric contributed significantly to the development of antisemitism in Germany,[213] and in the 1930s and 1940s provided an “ideal underpinning” for the Nazis’ attacks on Jews.[214] Reinhold Lewin writes that “whoever wrote against the Jews for whatever reason believed he had the right to justify himself by triumphantly referring to Luther.” According to Michael, just about every anti-Jewish book printed in the Third Reich contained references to and quotations from Luther. Heinrich Himmler wrote admiringly of his writings and sermons on the Jews in 1940.[215] The city of Nuremberg presented a first edition of On the Jews and their Lies to Julius Streicher, editor of the Nazi newspaper Der Stürmer, on his birthday in 1937; the newspaper described it as the most radically anti-Semitic tract ever published.[216] It was publicly exhibited in a glass case at the Nuremberg rallies and quoted in a 54-page explanation of the Aryan Law by Dr. E.H. Schulz and Dr. R. Frercks.[217] On 17 December 1941, seven Protestant regional church confederations issued a statement agreeing with the policy of forcing Jews to wear the yellow badge, “since after his bitter experience Luther had already suggested preventive measures against the Jews and their expulsion from German territory.” According to Daniel Goldhagen, Bishop Martin Sasse, a leading Protestant churchman, published a compendium of Luther’s writings shortly after Kristallnacht, for which Diarmaid MacCulloch, Professor of the History of the Church in the University of Oxford argued that Luther’s writing was a “blueprint.”[218] Sasse applauded the burning of the synagogues and the coincidence of the day, writing in the introduction, “On 10 November 1938, on Luther’s birthday, the synagogues are burning in Germany.” The German people, he urged, ought to heed these words “of the greatest antisemite of his time, the warner of his people against the Jews.”[219] According to Professor Dick Geary, the Nazis won a larger share of the vote in Protestant than in Catholic areas of Germany in elections of 1928 to November 1932.[220]

    Judensau on the Wittenberg Church, built 1300–1470.
    At the heart of scholars’ debate about Luther’s influence is whether it is anachronistic to view his work as a precursor of the racial antisemitism of the Nazis. Some scholars see Luther’s influence as limited, and the Nazis’ use of his work as opportunistic. Biographer Martin Brecht points out that “There is a world of difference between his belief in salvation and a racial ideology. Nevertheless, his misguided agitation had the evil result that Luther fatefully became one of the ‘church fathers’ of anti-Semitism and thus provided material for the modern hatred of the Jews, cloaking it with the authority of the Reformer.”[221] Johannes Wallmann argues that Luther’s writings against the Jews were largely ignored in the 18th and 19th centuries, and that there was no continuity between Luther’s thought and Nazi ideology.[222] Uwe Siemon-Netto agreed, arguing that it was because the Nazis were already anti-Semites that they revived Luther’s work.[223][224] Hans J. Hillerbrand agreed that to focus on Luther was to adopt an essentially ahistorical perspective of Nazi antisemitism that ignored other contributory factors in German history.[225] Similarly, Roland Bainton, noted church historian and Luther biographer, wrote “One could wish that Luther had died before ever [On the Jews and Their Lies] was written. His position was entirely religious and in no respect racial.”[226][227]
    Other scholars argue that, even if his views were merely anti-Judaic, their violence lent a new element to the standard Christian suspicion of Judaism. Ronald Berger writes that Luther is credited with “Germanizing the Christian critique of Judaism and establishing anti-Semitism as a key element of German culture and national identity.”[228] Paul Rose argues that he caused a “hysterical and demonizing mentality” about Jews to enter German thought and discourse, a mentality that might otherwise have been absent.[229]
    Since the 1980s, Lutheran Church denominations have repudiated Martin Luther’s statements against the Jews and have rejected the use of them to incite hatred against Lutherans.[230][231]


    October 11, 2012 at 8:29 am

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