Blog for the original Marty

Wooohooo! Non-faded Original Marty picture surfaced! Jippee! (To Karen de la Carriere who posted this photo: you are not the brightest crayon in the box or corrupt by saying that Mosey’s husband is the original Marty, but I sure love you for posting the picture of the original Marty for me, girlfriend!)

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Dearest Marty, my AWESOME PRINCE and SOUL MATE,

Karen posted your photo in an anti-Scientology forum. I don’t read this forum, I just saw the photo per accident under search result images pertaining to your name. Most photos there show Mosey’s husband, your doppelganger and impostor, but the first picture below shows YOU. I saw immediately that it is not Mosey’s husband.



And here is Mosey’s (Monique’s)  husband,  who slipped in your uniform  and  who was hired to impostor you, the original Marty, and who keeps on impostering you, the original Inspector General for Ethics despite he doesn’t answer to David Miscavige anymore. You both are clearly two different individuals, particularly what the personality is concerned:


If Mosey’s husband doesn’t want to be judged as impostor, he simply has to come forward and confess why he took over your position in the first place, why you disappeared and why he after a decade of no longer answering to David Miscavige still wrongfully claims that he is you.  And I also want to know why DM and his supporters conceal the same fact, despite that they scorn Mosey’s husband.

I say they all have very dirty hands.  

Who doesn’t see that you and Mosey’s husband are two different individuals is either completely dumb or corrupt, and corruption is nothing but stupidity because corruption comes to haunt the corrupt person. Mosey’s husband (and all who cover the imposter actions up) are so busted. The clicks on my blog are increasing. The message gets around. It is just a matter of time until the house of lies comes tumbling down.

I love you, Marty, so much. I know you all my timetrack long, since the beginning of time. Do you know how long it takes me to figure  on photos alone who is you and who is your doppelganger? A split second! I see it right away, and I can see also who the original L. Ron Hubbard is and who the impostor “Jack Vistaril” is.  So, who says that there are no OTs?

Hope to see you soon, Marty, keep on surviving.

Something else, Marty: my brother got a potentially very serious diagnosis from a doctor and my sister got strange  swooshing noises in her chest (never smoked). What I am saying is that there are always  doctors who are willing to kill with remote-controlled devices just to get some favors from the SEGNPMSS. But I am onto them, and I know you too.

See below link. They have not figured out all that I have figured out, Marty, but they sure are not as blind as the rest of the world population:

Particularly, what everyone is missing is that German secret doctors have the overall control about all others.  If Congress, government officials, and judges doesn’t protect people better, they and their families will become SEGNPMSS victims too. They conspire against and kill their own agents too. 

Many kisses,

Yours forever,



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  1. Very intriguing posting! They look so alike but yet so different.


    December 29, 2012 at 1:51 pm

    • If it wouldn’t be for cotton-eyed Joe (Mosey’s husband or also DM, others, and their secret services), I would be back married a long time ago.

      Barbara Schwarz

      December 31, 2012 at 6:21 am

  2. Side by side comparison of these two photos are telling quite a story. What’s up with that Indies, OSA, and DM?


    December 29, 2012 at 3:49 pm

    • Good question. See how Mosey’s husband shows the ribbons deliberately to the camera? He turns his shoulder forward so that he is shown wearing those ribbons that the original Marty earned.

      And here is the thing about Mike Rinder, DM and others. Scientology achievements mean nothing to them. They hire a doppelganger and he gets the certificates and ribbons despite he never earned them. And they also think that a doppelganger of the founder is just as good as the original. Law books and Scientology ethics need to be thrown at them!

      Barbara Schwarz

      December 30, 2012 at 11:13 am

  3. The replacement thinks it’s alright, Barb… He got all he needs.

    Mr. Smitthers

    December 30, 2012 at 4:23 am

    • It is alright? Not for the original Marty and me. Our RIGHTS and hearts are chopped liver to him (and DM and the likes too)! Impostering is not a just a little prank.

      Mosey’s husband wears also ribbons not he but the original Marty earned. Everything possible under non-Scientologist David Miscavige. He doesn’t value and respect or understand Scientology. He just wants to be on the top.

      Barbara Schwarz

      December 30, 2012 at 4:36 am

  4. I’m shocked by these discoveries, really deeply shocked. The saying: “Who are you and what did you do to…” isn’t a joke after all.



    December 30, 2012 at 11:57 am

    • Please see Paul Haggis’ sister on a video saying that he never was a Scientologist. He owes Scientology his career.

      Sue Kl.

      April 11, 2015 at 11:09 am

      • He admitted that he didn’t even read the first book in Scientology. Even without his sister acknowledging that he never was a Scientologist, I knew that he just hung out in Scientology orgs to get Hollywood connections. He is stabbing Scientology who helped him to a career in the back. What a disgusting character.

        It should be easy to document step by step that Haggis used Scientology and when psychiatrists launched a secret media campaign against Scientology (after TC criticized them on national TV), people like Haggis change the camp, again for fame and personal gain. Typical.

        The media and others are out for blood. They don’t want to hear facts. They just want anti-Scientology propaganda. This said, remember that I am not a Miscavologist. DM is as little a Scientologist as Haggis, Monique’s husband, Mike Rinder, and the likes were.

        Barbara Schwarz

        April 11, 2015 at 12:26 pm

  5. Michael2

    December 31, 2012 at 12:21 am

    • That town Candido with those twins popping up is sure a strange one.

      “Argentine historian Jorge Camarasa was the man who took much interest in Mengele’s research. Camarasa believe that the number of twins being born in this small town was too alarming to be coincidental. After questioning the townspeople of Candido Godoi, he is convinced that Mengele continued his genetic experiments with twins with shocking results. What is even more startling is that the majority of the twins were born with blue eyes and blonde hair!”

      Some say that already since 1927 the town produced a lot of twins. The doctors behind the Nazis existed long before the Nazis, they needed the Nazis to have access to all kinds of people for experiments. It is possible that Mengele was attracted to that his case officer doctors were active in that town before him and he felt protected there.

      Barbara Schwarz

      December 31, 2012 at 6:16 am

      • Barbara,

        Please, when you get a moment take a look at a documentary special on the History channel called “The Nazi Gospels”. Wow! Would love to hear your comments on it – no rush, only when your time permits.

        A most Happy New Year to you.



        December 31, 2012 at 2:53 pm

      • Happy New Year to you too.

        I didn’t find a lot of information about the Nazi Gospels, except this:

        “The Nazi Gospels” is a two-hour documentary that reveals how Adolf Hitler and Heinrich Himmler attempted to eradicate Christianity from pre-war Germany, describing it as “this greatest of plagues… which has weakened us in every conflict.”

        I bet Hitler and the psychiatrists and medical doctor behind him would prefer if people would pray to them instead of God, but that Nazis considered Christianity as the greatest plague definitely is not true because they evidently said this about the Jews.

        They gassed the Jews and not the Christians.

        If they considered Christianity the greatest plague why didn’t they gas the Christians instead of the Jews?

        The Great Scandal: Christianity’s Role in the Rise of the Nazis:

        Most German Christians supported the III. Reich and that is a sad fact.

        Do you see that photo of Hitler? The German text says: God with us.

        Hitler was psychiatric conditioned. I have seen eyes like his when they left psychiatric treatments. Doctors (who are completely godless) hypnotized Hitler, doesn’t make him innocent but explains his confusion and being allegedly pro God and same time anti-religious.

        Lot of doctors don’t believe in God and religion. They think that human being is just flesh and nerves.

        Barbara Schwarz

        December 31, 2012 at 3:38 pm

  6. Happy New Year to all.

    Harol, Hitler was a Christian who was anti-God.

    Hitler urged Germans to support the German Christians.

    Insane Christians:

    A. Easter Sunday Blessing: Nazi Party Rules Germany in God’s Name
    A state that once again rules in God’s name can count not only on our applause but also on enthusiastic and active cooperation from the church. With joy and thanks we see how this new state rejects blasphemy, attacks immorality, promotes discipline and order with a firm hand, demands awe before God, works to keep marriage sacred and our youth spiritually instructed, brings honor back to fathers of families, ensures that love of people and fatherland is no longer mocked, but burns in a thousand hearts. …We can only plead with our fellow worshipers to do an they can to help these new productive forces in our land reach a complete and unimpeded victory.

    – Easter Sunday Blessing from Protestant Pastors in Bavaria, April 16, 1933
    B. Cardinal Adolf Bertram: Promoting the Christian Education of the People
    [I wish to express my church’s] sincere and joyous preparedness to cooperate as best they could with the government now ruling that had set itself that tasks of promoting the Christian education of the people, repelling ungodliness and immorality, developing readiness to make sacrifices for the common good and protecting the rights of the Church.

    – Cardinal Adolf Bertram, Archbishop of Breslau, letter to Adolf Hitler following the announcement of the Concordat between Nazi Germany and the Vatican, July 22, 1933
    C. Cardinal Michael von Faulhaber: May God Preserve Adolf Hitler
    What the old parliament and parties did not accomplish in sixty years, your statesmanlike foresight has achieved in six months. For Germany’s prestige in East and West and before the whole world this handshake with the Papacy, the greatest moral power in the history of the world, is a feat of immeasurable blessing. …May God preserve the Reich Chancellor for our people.

    – Cardinal Michael von Faulhaber of Bavaria, praising Adolf Hitler for the Concordat, July 24, 1933
    D. Kirchenrat Leutheuser: Christ Comes to Us in the Person of Adolf Hitler
    The word “German” is God’s Word! Whosoever understands this is released from all theological conflicts. This is German: return home to Germany and leave behind egoism and your feelings of abandonment. …Christ has come to us through the person of Adolf Hitler. …Hitler has taken root in us; through his strength, through his honesty, his faith and his idealism we have found our way to paradise.

    – Kirchenrat Julius Leutheuser, addressing German Christians in Saalfeld, August 30, 1933
    E. Cardinal Michael von Faulhaber: Catholics Should Agree with the Führer
    In this way the Catholics will profess again their loyalty to people and Fatherland and their agreement with the farsighted and forceful efforts of the Führer to spare the German people the terror of war and Bolshevism, to secure public order and create work for the unemployed.

    – Cardinal Michael von Faulhaber of Bavaria, encouraging German Catholics to vote “yes” in the upcoming plebiscite to re-elect Hitler and support his decision to withdraw from the League of Nations, November 10, 1933
    F. Father Senn: Adolf Hitler is the Tool of God
    [Adolf Hitler is] the tool of God, called upon to overcome Judaism…

    – Father Senn, a Catholic priest, writing in a Catholic publication, May 15, 1934
    G. Loyalty Oath: Unconditional Obedience to the Führer
    I swear by almighty God this sacred oath: I will render unconditional obedience to the Führer of the German Reich and people, Adolf Hitler, Supreme Commander of the Wehrmacht, and, as a brave soldier, I will be ready at any time to stake my life for this oath.

    – Loyalty Oath sworn by the military following the death of German President Paul von Hindenburg, August 2, 1934
    H. Fulda Bishops’ Conference: Clergy Must be Loyal to Church and State
    [It is good that Catholic organizations] reject all subversive attitudes and conduct, refrain from any political activity and especially will resolutely repel all attempted approaches of Communism. …[The clergy should always act] in full loyalty to Church and State.

    – Statement of the Fulda Bishops’ Conference, August 23, 1935
    I. German Christian: Hitler Has Reawakened the Church
    Why don’t our rulers declare themselves for the Volkskirche, which is fighting for a living Christianity? With our great leader Adolf Hitler, our previously dead church also experienced the reawakening of a vital spirit. …[Julius] Streicher, the Franconian leader, said in a speech: ‘The murder of Golgotha is written on the foreheads of the Jews.’ Yes – and that is why there is a curse on that people. Jesus, however, died for us and so we should believe in him and accept him. – German Christian woman, letter to Germany’s Foreign Minister, August 27, 1935

    J. Bishop Rackl of Eichstätt: Good Catholics are Patriots
    Good Catholics have always been good patriots. Surely not good Catholics staged the revolution of 1918, Catholic soldiers indeed have not been deserters, and good Catholics will never be on the side of revolutionaries, no matter how badly things are going.

    – Bishop Rackl of Eichstätt, Sermon, May 26, 1935

    K. Cardinal Michael von Faulhaber: Catholics Should Pray for the Life of the Führer
    You are witnesses for the fact that on all Sundays and holidays at the main service we pray in all churches for the Führer as we have promised in the Concordat. …We will today give an answer, a Christian answer: Catholic men, we will now pray together a paternoster for the life of the Führer. This is our answer.

    L. Cardinal Michael von Faulhaber of Bavaria, Sermon, responding to newspaper story about a Swiss Catholic asking children to pray for Hitler’s death, July 7, 1936
    12. Fulda German Bishops’ Conference: May God Help the Führer Succeed
    [Germany must be made militarily stronger to ensure that not only would Europe be] cleansed from Bolshevism, but the entire rescued civilized world will be able to be thankful to us. …The task which this imposes upon our people and Fatherland follows as a matter of course. May our Führer, with God’s help, succeed in completing this terribly difficult undertaking with unshakable determination and faithful participating of all Volksgenossen.

    M. Fulda German Bishops’ Conference, Pastoral Letter, August 19, 1936
    13. Cardinal Michael von Faulhaber: Hitler Lives in Faith in God
    “The Führer commands the diplomatic and social forms better than a born sovereign. …Without a doubt the chancellor lives in faith in God. He recognizes Christianity as the foundation of Western culture. …Not as clear is his conception of the Catholic Church as a God-established institution.” As a result of this report, the conference votes to “once again affirm our loyal and positive attitude, demanded by the fourth commandment, toward today’s form of government and the Führer.” They assure the Führer they will provide him “all available moral resources his world-historical struggle aimed at repelling Bolshevism.”

    N. Cardinal Michael von Faulhaber, meeting of Bavarian bishops on his meeting with Adolf Hitler, December 13, 1936
    14. Cardinal Michael von Faulhaber: Church Must Strengthen Confidence in Hitler
    “The Führer and Chancellor of the Reich, Adolf Hitler, has sighted the advance of Bolshevism from afar and his thoughts and aspirations aim at averting the horrible danger from our German people and the entire Occident. The German bishops consider it their duty to support the head of the German Reich by all those means which the Church has at its disposal.” Faulhaber insists that defending against Bolshevism is a religious duty and, to achieve this, it is necessary for the Church to muster all its moral and spiritual assets “to strengthen confidence in the Führer.”

    O. Cardinal Michael von Faulhaber of Bavaria, Pastoral Letter, January 3, 1937
    15. Cardinal Michael von Faulhaber: Concordat Improves Reputation of Nazi Germany
    At a time when the heads of the major nations in the world faced the new Germany with cool reserve and considerable suspicion, the Catholic Church, the greatest moral power on earth, through the Concordat expressed its confidence in the new German government. This was a deed of immeasurable significance for the reputation of the new government abroad.

    P. Cardinal Michael von Faulhaber of Bavaria, Sermon, February 14, 1937
    16. Cardinal Theodor Innitzer: Pray to God in Thanks for Hitler and the Nazis
    [Austrian Catholics should greet Adolf Hitler and the Nazis by] praying to the Lord God in thanks for the bloodless course of this great political change and to ask for a happy future for Austria. Of course, all orders from the authorities will be happily and willingly obeyed.

    Q. Cardinal Theodor Innitzer, Archbishop of Vienna, March 12, 1938
    17. Cardinal Theodor Innitzer: Priests Must Support the Führer
    Those…entrusted with souls and the faithful will unconditionally support the great German state and the Führer, because the historical struggle against the criminal illusion of Bolshevism and for the security of German life, for work and bread, for the power and honor of the Reich and for the unity of the German nation, is obviously accomplished by the blessing of Providence. …Faith and the intimate union of souls gives Christians the conviction that the natural community of the nation is called upon to realize a divine idea, and it follows that a truly religious life presupposes the practice of national virtues.

    R. Cardinal Theodor Innitzer, Archbishop of Vienna, to Catholic clergy after meeting with Hitler, March 15, 1938
    18. Catholic Hierarchy of Austria: National Socialism Defends Against Atheist Bolshe
    We joyfully acknowledge that the National Socialist movement has done and is still doing eminent work in the domain of national and economic construction as well as in the domain of social policy, for the Reich and the German nation… We are also convinced that the activity of the National Socialist movement has averted the danger of an all-destroying atheistic Bolshevism. For the future, the bishops confer their heartiest blessing on this activity, and they will instruct the faithful to this effect. …it is for us a national duty, as Germans, to vote for the German Reich, and we also expect all believing Christians to demonstrate that they know what they owe to their nation.

    S. Catholic Hierarchy of Austria, March 18, 1938
    19. Bishop Hans Meiser: Loyalty Oath to the Führer
    Pastors in the Bavarian regional church are required as public officials to perform the following oath: ‘I swear to God the Almighty and All-knowing: I will be loyal and obedient to the Führer of the Reich and Volk, Adolf Hitler, I will obey the laws, and I will conscientiously fulfill all my official duties, so help me God.’ This law is effective immediately.

    Bishop Hans Meiser of the Bavarian Evangelical-Lutheran Church, May 18, 1938
    T. Cardinal Michael von Faulhaber: Adolf Hitler is a Man of Peace
    “[Adolf Hitler is a] man of peace. …The great deed of safeguarding peace…moves the German episcopate acting in the name of the Catholics of all the German dioceses…to extend congratulations and thanks and to order a festive ringing of bells on Sunday.” Read in all Berlin pulpits: “God has heard the prayer of all Christendom for peace. By His grace and the tireless efforts of the responsible statesmen the terrible affliction of a war has been averted… [W]e desire now with a prayer and a Te deum to praise God for His goodness in that He has preserved peace for us…[and] assured the return of our Sudeten kinsmen to the German Reich.”

    – Cardinal Michael von Faulhaber, commemorating Germany occupying Sudentenland, October 2, 1938


    December 31, 2012 at 5:35 pm

  7. The Nazi Gospels contain several confidential details, which are coming to light – unfortunately at the wrong time. Lucky, only a few will truly recognize them. Himmler et al had the wrong target.


    January 1, 2013 at 8:56 am

    • I don’t understand what you mean. What details and what wrong time? And why is that lucky when just a few people find out things?

      The entire Third Reich was nuts. As I said, if Hitler and Himmler really would have considered Christians bad for their insane world, they would have gassed them instead of the Jews.

      Where the Nazis anti-spiritual? Absolutely. But don’t forget, they grew in a country full with Christians.

      Barbara Schwarz

      January 1, 2013 at 9:15 am

      • I agree. Hitler et al were absolutey nuts. No dispute. Re: this documentary, I find that there are many similarities that could be compared to SCN. I maybe wrong; I wanted to see what your perceptions may be, once you watch it all. Also, I’m picking my words as I do not want to violate my agreement that I made about confidential material.

        I looked for an easy link for you, so you could watch it easily, but could not find one on line… so when your time permits, check it out; if you would like to share your thoughts about the film I would like to hear about them. To me, it was quite shocking. Phrases like Golden Age, whole track recall, God like powers, re-discover and control their internal electrical energy, Castles, oaths until death, Runic symbols, blocks of Ice, Mt Meru./Tula.



        January 1, 2013 at 10:22 am

    • Herol, the German census of May 1939 indicates that 54 percent of Germans considered themselves Protestant and 40 percent considered themselves Catholic, with only 3.5 percent claiming to be neo-pagan “believers in God,” and 1.5 percent unbelievers. This census was done six years into the Hitler era.

      Face it, 94% Christians and the Holocaust was born.

      Realistic Guy

      January 1, 2013 at 10:00 am

      • It all boils down to that people are not truly religious, they are just lying that they are.

        If Christians don’t act like Jesus, they are none. If Moslems are killing others, they know that God doesn’t approve and that they are not religious. If people infiltrate the Scientology orgs and don’t act like religious and cover up that even the founder was impostored, they are no Scientologists.

        Basically, it is simple to figure out who is religious or not: people who conspire against others most certainly are big fat liars when they claim to be religious.

        Barbara Schwarz

        January 1, 2013 at 10:52 am

      • With all due respect, Harol, Golden Age comes from Greek mythology, God like powers are mentioned in the Bible and other religious scriptures, Scientology doesn’t talk about controlling internal electrical electricity, Mt Meru./Tula, oaths until death, runic symbols… And castles, those were invented in the middle ages.

        Don’t know what material you got but me thinks you fell for a hoax.


        January 1, 2013 at 12:47 pm

  8. Yes, I agree – beliefs are not native to a thetan – much too low tone; recognition of truth and reaching certainty is a more fitting, stable, native state.


    January 1, 2013 at 11:31 am

  9. H., for some technical reason, I can’t add my response directly to your posting. But here is my answer.

    Some people think that they learn all about Scientology by searching on the Internet. Unfortunately, there is a lot of crap on the net and people ending up confused.

    You’re saying that belief doesn’t native to a thetan. This is not correct. A thetan wants certainty. Being able to understand in a scientific way is what a thetan prefers but trusting her own intuition and knowing basically and postulating falls under not exactly knowing but believing, so belief is native to the thetan.

    What confidential material? Scientology material? What makes you think that those are original Scientology writings?

    Did you never see the interview with the real founder L. Ron Hubbard (not the impostor) on YouTube?

    He says that he was working on Scientology already since the 1920s!! So, Nazi Germany spied on him all the time. They stole from him. I lived in Germany long enough. I know what they are capable of. They even steal kids.

    Ron used his philosophy positively to the advantage of anyone. THEY stole tech just for their own advantage or just terms as propaganda tool. Stealing is all they can.

    Nazis and doctors FAIL because they don’t apply ethics and without applied ethics, nobody becomes OT. It won’t work.

    There is a technology from Ron, a way of life that he researched that one can’t find even anymore in Scientology or in the Freezone. It is simply gone. Still existing Nazi doctors are using it but the rest of the world is denied this technology. By not having it, medical doctors are the only people who profit from it, by getting rich while people are getting sick. And medical doctors and psychiatrists were indeed the people behind Hitler.

    I recalled that Scientology founder Ron is the son of Ike Eisenhower who defeated the Nazis. If you are searching for Nazis, don’t search them in this family. You won’t find any here.

    Barbara Schwarz

    January 1, 2013 at 11:36 am

    • Yes, its a great interview. I first saw it in 1972. Re: beliefs – OK fair enough, I was leaning towards the thought that beliefs can change with time, whereas truth and certainty will kind of end the cycle, hence a bit more native state than just a belief in something. I have no use for Hitler as a man or the Nazis as a group and hope that my comments did not come across that way. I define religion as a study of wisdom. My wow factor about the documentary was focused more about Himmler and where he believed the Aryans originated from; and how they became the German Folk.

      Re Confidential material that would be the upper levels. The documentary refers to a secret society (with beliefs going back tens of thousands of years old) that Himmler was incorporating into a “new” Nazi, pagan religion to replace Christianity – I am by no means buying into it, original Scientology is the only way out, for right now – I got in comm today because, since you grew up in Germany I was curious if maybe you knew the name for this particular “secret society” that had such ideas about the origins of the ancient mystical Aryans.

      I hope that someday you will watch the doc, it may not have the impact that it had on me, I was “taken back”, it seems the lid on “something” opened up. Yes, the Nazi’s had spies – but so did we. Who was watching who is the question.

      Ike was a great leader, as was Churchill. Have you looked into the life of Cecil Rhodes?

      fYI – I will be off line until next weekend, but I do enjoy your posts.

      Thank you Barbara.



      January 1, 2013 at 4:11 pm

      • It is not complete. Beginning and end of the interview and parts in the middle are missing. It was doctored. Also, suddenly, out of the blue the reporter asks Ron if Dianetics has something to do with anti-aging and Ron says nothing at all. What’s missing is from the interview is that Ron said that he ALSO developed an anti-aging technology. Why would a reporter even ask such a thing without having data about Ron’s gerontology research? Would a reporter interview for example the Pope and would he ask out of the blue if singing hymns are anti-aging? No. There was other info before and doctors did cut it out. They just left Ron’s answer: “Absolutely nothing” so that fools fall for it that Ron didn’t ALSO develop an way of living to prevent aging and preserve health. So, who in all world would be interested to steal that from Scientology and the rest of the world? That is easy, isn’t it? Doctors! They make money from that other people age and getting sick.

        I know what there is a rumour that Ron allegedly said that he was Cecil Rhodes but I think this statement was made by his impostor “Jack Vistaril” and not by the original Ron. I don’t believe that Ron was Cecil Rhodes in a past live for a number of reasons. One big reason is: Philosophy is of most importance to him. It is a huge part of him. He wants answers of the most important questions, and Rhodes didn’t write any philosophical texts. Besides, Ron wasn’t homosexual and would have married.

        As also history books and everything else is altered, it is not easy to figure out where the Germans come from. However, one hint is that they were called Teutons before. Particularly interesting for Christians should be that the German term Teufel (satan) is somehow related to it. And the word Beelzebub contains the German word Bub (for boy). So, there are indicators that satan is a German male (if not several German SPs).

        It is being said that hundreds of Teutonic women committed suicide. I don’t think they did. I think their husband’s killed them so that the Roman’s shouldn’t have them.

        I learned once that the Aryans are Persians. I traveled in Iran and found that they are and look NOTHING like Germans or the ideal German, which was blonde with blue eyes. The Nazis were a confused tool for the medical doctors behind them. Whatever they said made no real sense.

        Was Himmler a Buddhist? Most certainly not because they don’t kill. My brother traveled in India. He told me that he saw Buddhists walking with a broom in front of them. They swept the street before they stepped on them because they are so anti-killing that they didn’t even want to crush a bug. And what did Himmler do? He was a very willing tool in killing millions of people. So, why did he “flirt” with Eastern Religions? Because he wanted and needed allies to kill Jews.

        But if they would have succeeded, and if they would have killed all Jews, Gypsy, Polish the next, they would have killed are Blacks, Indians, Muslims, Christians, anybody, and at the end, they would have killed each other.

        Replacing Christianity with a pagnan religion? As I said, the Nazis and the medical people behind them were ANTI-RELIGIOUS. They tries to appeal to some because they needed allies. And if they would have won with the help of allies, they would have killed them lateron in a new war. The Nazis and doctors behind didn’t want any religion.

        My biggest problem with Christianity is that most Christians think that God or Jesus forgives them anyway. So, why being ethical? No need! God forgives them, so let’s sin. I don’t know how many of those 94% Christians in German during the Nazi time justified killing of Jews and other minorities by telling themselves that God or Jesus forgives them anyway? I bet 94%. You cannot build a good world with that attitude.

        The Eastern religions (and Scientology too) are saying that when somebody does a bad thing (in SCN: unethical, act against the dynamics) it comes back as bad karma (in SCN: a motivator pulled in). So, by doing bad things, a person does not just harm another person but himself. This is very true. When somebody does a bad thing, he takes away from his own happiness. He is not as un-troubled as he could be. He is going down as he makes himself unhappier, blinder, smaller…

        If Himmler would have been truly attracted to eastern religions, he should have seen that killing people is harmful to himself that it creates a bad karma. Again, Himmler just said so to get allies against the Jews and also the USA. Allies, which he would have killed later too.

        Scientology isn’t a secret society. It was originally very open. I don’t even believe that the OT levels were confidential under the real Ron and founder. Infiltrators did that upon orders of German secret service doctors. They altered them and made them confidential and expensive. (Needless to say that most SCN money is in Europe and not in the USA.) The original Ron wanted the truth known to anyone and he wasn’t into making money with Scientology. He just wanted Scientology to make enough money to operate because what is not organized to survive or doesn’t has a cent in our times does not survive.

        The Bavarian Illuminati were a secret society. There are lots of them. But Scientology was none and according to the real founder, never should become one.

        Anyway, gotta go…

        Barbara Schwarz

        January 2, 2013 at 5:23 am

  10. Barbara, do you believe that Harol is a Scientologist?

    Rene N.

    January 7, 2013 at 3:30 pm

    • Nope. He is just trying to impersonate one.

      Barbara Schwarz

      January 7, 2013 at 4:59 pm

      • Barbara, Your thoughts about the third reich are very enlightening, as if you’ve tapped into a universal truth. I am not an SCN [yet] and considered myself more or less versed in Scientology from books, Ron’s non-confidential writings; however your thoughtful insight is forcing me to re-evaluate many of my own beliefs. Interestingly and ironically, the word origins of ‘teutonic’ seem to be Biblical, specifically Old Testament or ‘The Jewish part’. The word seems to have been used in the middle ages in Europe much in the same context, ie “Knights of Teuton”, or Knights who loved God or perhaps God’s beloved Knights. Could also be Queen’s Beloved Knights or Knights who loved The Queen — especially remembering that Royalty were believed to be God’s representatives on Earth. Also, I worked in Ukraine for six years and remember CLEARLY the word for Aunt is ‘tyotia’ pronounced TEEYO-TEEAH and ‘teotka’ in Ukrainian (very close to Polish). Interestingly the words Tyotia & Tyotka are spelled in cyrillic with the letter ё (pronounced ‘yo’ or ‘jo’). While doing study of word etymology in college, I’ve encountered the bias of modern prejudice which holds the dogmatic view that “Religion” and “Science” are mutually exclusive therefore any reference to Hebrew or Biblical sources is rejected outright – same as political correctness to keep a ‘Residency’ job at it’s ugliest. By the way my own ‘sir-name’ roots back to Germanic Wieland which traces back in my family tree to a family of farmers Wieland/Weyland/Meyer/Ekland/Freeman who came to the States from Prussia at the end of the 19th century. Interesting stuff – Etimology is a hugely entertaining/enlightening hobby!

        Good insight and stimulating thoughts, Barbara.

        Be well, Kurt.

        Very partial ref excluding books and stuff I’ve read over the yrs:

        Kurt Weiland

        May 22, 2013 at 6:18 am

      • Why are you forging Kurt Weiland? He is a Scio since many decades. Use your own identity when you have something to say. I am not remotely impressed by anyone trying to be somebody else. I always say that people who use other people’s identity are nobody on their own. Sad for you.

        Barbara Schwarz

        June 3, 2013 at 3:21 pm

  11. […]… […]

  12. Tony Ortega posted today an “explanation” why “Mosey” sued the C of S. Is he Monique’s spokesman or what?

    Paris Texas

    May 25, 2014 at 10:12 am

    • Monique doesn’t nothing that Marty’s impostor doesn’t approved. I have seen a video of her blind obedience. She would never have sued the C of S if he wouldn’t behind it.

      The justification, why they sued is ridiculous, considering that the C of S never wrote or published about her other kid. Nothing is known about that child, no name, no gender. Monique’s husband was the only one who indicated that he helped to “raise a child”. There was nothing ever from the C of S.

      There were not interested in her first child, they likely were not interested in her adopted kid either. Besides, how much secrets does an infant has?

      Those both adults have a lot to hide not the baby. And they are both gold diggers.

      Barbara Schwarz

      May 25, 2014 at 11:36 am

    • An article about Karen de la Carriere says that she was a “Queen of Scientology”.


      September 18, 2014 at 11:37 am

      • There was never a “Queen” in Scientology and Sea Org. In my eyes, Karen is another person who joined Scientology for the wrong reasons. Original Scientology/Sea Org is a brotherhood of beings who work to better themselves and the world.

        I run into Heber Jentzsch and Karen in the early 80s in the Big Blue. Her hair was dyed dark back then. Heber shared his office with at least two others. They ate and slept in the same buildings for all other sea org members. It wasn’t a slum but nothing luxurious. I didn’t see that she lived like a queen. She was one of many.

        She complains that she was a robot. Gee, the core of Scientology is NOT being a robot. In all my years in Scientology, I never turn robotic because I applied it. I always was true to myself. I didn’t allow psychiatric infiltrator agents to change me.

        During a mail online video when she was talking that she found out of “her son’s death by a Facebook message of a stranger”, she is smiling. Unbelievable. A broad smile instead of tears.

        She blames Scientology on the death of Alexander. He allegedly died on pneumonia. Prescription drugs were found in his bedroom. Apparently he saw a medical doctor who described these drugs to him. Karen doesn’t blame the doctor nor the pharma industry nor any medical terrorist who could have killed Alexander with a remote control miles away for no other purpose than for giving Karen more reason to rail against Scientology.

        However, she sure learned skills in Scientology to make a very affluent living.

        The “running program” (in circles) is psychiatric and not Scientology.

        BTW, David Mayo was the auditor of Ron’s impostor not the auditor of the real founder.

        Barbara Schwarz

        September 27, 2014 at 4:41 am

  13. Paul Haggis opined that Scientologists are using the Internet to attack people.


    November 11, 2014 at 12:08 am

    • Oh yes, Paul Haggis is such a free speech advocate, isn’t he? What the hell is he doing but not attacking my religion? Pot, Kettle, Black… He should stop whining. First he used Scientology to get fame and money, than he is attacking it to get more fame. Hypocrite. Besides, isn’t he supporting the blog/actions of Marty’s impostor (Monique’s husband) and his co-conspirators? Good grief! Paul Haggis’ lack of character makes my skin crawl.

      Barbara Schwarz

      November 11, 2014 at 4:21 am

  14. According to the Church of Scientology, Karen de la Carriere (one of her 10+ names!) was a prostitute.

    See her pictures on this video.


    January 26, 2015 at 7:35 am

    • OMG. Did Heber know this? Or didn’t he when he married her?

      The statement about love for prostitutes by HBO’s Sheila Nevins is quite shocking too. Are there no more people with class on this planet? Only alley cat morals?

      Proud to say that I don’t fit in on a planet like that.

      Barbara Schwarz

      January 26, 2015 at 8:18 am

  15. Barbara, do you know that oldest professional in the world Karen de la Carriere (not her real name) spreads really nasty stuff about you on Ortega’s blog (Disqus)?

    I read a comment by her under one of Ortega’s pro Jesse Prince (self-admitted incestuous pedophile) articles. Some other hate mongers replied. One of these comments were deleted by Disqus. Probably very vile.

    This said, Karen claims that something went wrong with the deprogramming in Germany and that you are “loony”, “stuck”, and “deteriorating” ever since.


    September 21, 2015 at 6:24 am

    • “Something WENT WRONG with the deprogramming”? What does that mean? EVERYTHING is wrong with it because 1) I never was programmed 2) Deprogramming is KIDNAPPING and other criminal acts.

      I suppose that statement means that Karen de la Carriere would do a DEPROGRAMMING/KIDNAPPING that will no go wrong.

      How can anyone be pro deprogramming?

      People with low morals like Carriere and Prince shouldn’t have been allowed in Scientology. Scientology has a bad reputation because of the infiltration by these kind of people.

      Karen hasn’t seen me for decades. And I NEVER EVER had a conversation with her (also not in former times). She knows nothing about me and my state of mind. She is a liar.

      Instead of defaming my state of mind, she should watch out what she is blabbering herself.

      Barbara Schwarz

      September 22, 2015 at 7:41 am

  16. Dana N.

    June 21, 2017 at 2:02 pm

    • The “Marty Rathbun” he is talking about it not my Marty, the original Marty in Scientology. He talks about Monique’s husband.

      However, I agree that the haters of Scientology are a cult. They attack anyone who does not hate Scientology and L. Ron Hubbard. Most outsiders don’t know what an evil and stupid club that is. As Gerry Armstrong once said: We don’t have to prove a damn thing. We just allege!

      That is what they are doing.

      Barbara Schwarz

      June 22, 2017 at 8:21 am

  17. Last time, I saw a posting of you was twenty years ago in ars. And you’re still going strong;-) These two guys are identical, Barbara. The latter picture shows an a bit more brainwashed and disillusioned guy. After all, he was working for a maniac.. The three things, which aren’t altered, as nobody than you would feel the need to do so are, first, the proportions of the overall face and the hair to that. And second, the forehead’s one vertical furrow, which resides at exactly the same place and is of the exactly same kind. And third, and that’s also impossible to alter, if not by plastiline: The ear. Whatever.
    But then, it’s not, that you wouldn’t know that:D
    Stir it up;-)


    Stefan Blandow

    March 20, 2018 at 8:44 am

    • You are one blind dude, Stefan. What I see in a snap (that they are NOT the same person), you wouldn’t even see by starring a lifetime through a telescope.
      I see based on the tonescale. In other words, I see the personalities that you don’t see as you don’t apply Scientology.

      20 years ago in ARS? Your watch goes faster than mine. I remember that I made my first posting in November of 2002. And what a waste of time it was.

      Barbara Schwarz

      March 21, 2018 at 11:49 am

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