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There’s a fat chance that Jon Atack (total hypocrite) saw us getting married in the UK, Marty and knows that “Jack Vistaril” isn’t the founder of Scientology but never writes or talks about it…

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Dearest Marty, my wonderful prince, 

There’s a fat chance that Jon Atack saw us getting married in the UK, Marty and knows that “Jack Vistaril” isn’t the founder of Scientology but never writes or talks about it… Dark skies come in my mind thinking of Atack.

Instead, he makes his readers believe that impostor “Jack Vistaril” was the founder of Scientology,  the anti-cult.

Like Tony Ortega, the obsessed anti-Scientology blogger, I bet Atack also knows that Mosey’s husband is your impostor, Marty.

After I published a posting with a photo of you and one of Mosey’s husband (when you both were of approx. the same age), in other words, photos that clearly reveal that Mosey’s husband is NOT you, Tony Ortega took deliberately YOUR photo and published YOUR photo on his despicable blog and deliberately titled YOUR photo  wrongfully with the Warrior crap book title that impostor Mosey’s husband scribbled. And Ortega sold YOUR PHOTO to his stupid blog-cult-followers and other readers. Like you, I am a very non-violent person but I can’t help a certain feeling: I want to kick Ortega’s behind.  

This action is so rotten to the core.  

When the truth breaks despite all attempts to conceal it, they all will look for big stones to crawl under and HIDE, and they will use  following justifications: “I didn’t knew…” or “I never compared pictures or other footage…” or “No American or other secret service figured that they just shot Bin Laden’s doppelganger and not the real Bin Laden… If they don’t find such things out, why should I?

Anyway, I don’t want to be in their shoes when the table turns and the truth becomes becomes mainstream, Marty. They may be convicted being agents working secretly for the leading anti-Scientology country on the planet, and we all know what country that is. And in any case, they will “grace” the hall of shame as “idiots”, people obsessed with Scientology but too dumb/corrupt to make real research.

They are really not my kind of people, Marty. But also Miscavologists, Moseyhusoligists, Rinderologists or Vistarologists (many of the so-called “Indies”) are not my kind of people either. I don’t want to be with them either. My kind of people are smart, courageous, truthful, and have the guts to speak out. Most of all, they don’t allow themselves used for still existing Nazis and the doctors behind them.

You are my kind of people. I know you. You differ from Monique’s husband and the likes like day and night.

Was John Atack (the anti-Ron scribbler Tory Ortega looks up to) ever a Scientologist? Did he came originally to the Manor to study Scientology? I doubt it very much. Even his last name suggests that he could have been selected for the “job”, he does: attacking Scientology and the founder and “inspire” others to do the same.

Psychiatrists stole our memory to our wedding, Marty, but thanks to real OT abilities, we both did the impossible: we remembered.

Hundreds of people saw us getting married, ate our wedding food, congratulated us while their non-Scientology case officers radioed through their ear implants that psychs will force-separate us soon and that they should continue to infiltrate and destroy Scientology because peaceful, able, smart, and loving Scientologists as the real Ron, you, and me, and a few others are such a “pest” for the planet. 

I bet a billion dimes that Jon Atack was around in Grinstead when we married. So was David Miscavige, Gerry Armstrong, my later kidnapper Cyril Vosper, and so many more, e.g. Mike Rinder could have been there that day too. We didn’t smear wedding cake in our faces, Marty,  but I regret that we didn’t throw the food at the infiltrators but allowed them to eat it. However, what wasn’t done still can be done. 😉

John Atack never wrote one word about our marriage and that even the founder was impostored and that Scientology is infiltrated by non-Scientologists. He wants the world believe that there was/is no impostor and no infiltrators. And that is just what German secret service doctors order. Also, Jon Atack most certainly knew that David Miscavige was around in the UK too when the real Ron was there and when we made the very wise choice not to marry any infiltrator but each other.  

I suspect that John Atack knows very well that the real founder of Scientology did not leave Scientology to Miscavige but that impostor and secret service agent “Jack Vistaril” did that. Yet, Atack and the likes wrote no single word about it.

What’s additionally bone-chilling is the reaction of what is left of “Scientology”. All these false accusations against  L. Ron Hubbard and Scientology can be handled with these facts: Ron was impostored by an agent and  anti-Scientologist, and the anti-cult Scientology was turned into a cult by a German controlled medical/psych infiltration.

John Atack was picketed by so-called Scientologists. What a waste of time, money, and energy. All they had to  do is prove that Atack (and the likes) knows that Ron was impostered by cultist “Jack Vistaril” and kept it secret.  

Infiltrators and attackers work hand in hand. First they plant false material inside Scientology orgs. Then they have infiltrators like Gerry Armstrong (just one of many) take the planted material and publish it.  The orgs should not have sued to get these back. This made these planted and forged papers “authentic” in the eyes of other people. (If those papers are not those of the founder, why does the C of S want them back? Most don’t think as deep as we, Marty: an infiltrated org wanted them back so that people believe those were the papers of the founder!) The orgs should have stated the truth: planted papers, forged papers, and papers of the infiltrators and the impostor but the founder. These papers are just good enough to wrap stinking fish in it or wipe the windows. They have NOTHING to do with the character or activities of the Scientology founder.   

Instead of stating that Atack used material that was planted and altered to pin it on the Scientology founder, infiltrated orgs sued him on copyright violations. Copyright violations for forgeries or Jack Vistaril’s crap! Really, the infiltrated orgs and the attackers or should I write atackers of Scientology work HAND in HAND.

Atack’s publication helping an anti-Scientology secret service to cover up that the founder was impostored.  And Miscavologists picketed Atack’s home without protesting that!

I believe that it is true that Amazon stopped offering “A Piece of Blue Sky” (which should be better titled “A Load of Crap”) because of that libel.  A campaign by anti-Scientologists (the retarded cult of ear-implant carriers and followers)  apparently demanded the miserably researched book by Atack to be sold again. Unbelievable, how the public is mislead and how Scientology attackers conceal that they are organized psychiatric agents.

Atack was found guilty of libel against a Scientologist by a court, but nobody stopped the libel and defamation on the founder whose life is mixed up with the deeds of an impostor in that book.

Marty, if it all boils down to it, it seems that alleged Scientologists think they don’t deserve original Scientology, the anti-cult that would better anyone’s life tremendously.  And they might be right in this regards. They might be stuck in the psychiatric ear-implant cult for all eternity to come. It is the same cult that made Nazi-boots march. And history repeats itself.

However, I decided never to rub shoulders with them again if they don’t have the backbone to stand up and speak the truth.

I love you, Marty!

Many kisses and eternally yours. I am so glad that you are different.

Our marriage vows really work, still going strong despite all the conspirators against us and even psych removing our memories. I know that you recovered your memory too.  How can anti-Scientologists think that they can defeat us? After all, we have real magic! How else is our story to be explained?



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  1. Speaking about the UK and the band of Scientologists, the Jive Aces:

    Swing band The Jive Aces have performed at Buckingham Palace, across Europe and sold out the Royal Albert Hall…not to mention sharing a stage with John Travolta and Van Morrison.


    September 2, 2013 at 2:16 am

  2. Jive Aces makes great music. If that isn’t awesome?

    Barbara Schwarz

    September 2, 2013 at 3:14 am

  3. I found two media articles today on the Church of Scientology about real estate. I learned also that their leader David Miscavige buys property to build Ideal Scientology Orgs.

    When this is correct, why does he sell great real estate as this?

    Can anyone answer this?

    1) The Congress Group has closed on a deal to buy the Church of Scientology’s regional headquarters at 448 Beacon St. in Boston’s Back Bay for $10.5 million.

    2) Fairfield Residential of San Diego has purchased 8.6 acres of commercial land in La Mesa from the Church of Scientology for $9.3 million, with plans to develop the property as multifamily housing.
    The seller of the land, at 7380 Parkway Drive, was the Los Angeles-based Church of Scientology International, according to CoStar Group and public data.


    Big Question

    September 3, 2013 at 11:30 am

  4. Jon Atack says that ex-members are malicious and vindictive and are hurting each other and that they should stop…


    September 26, 2013 at 6:08 am

    • Jon Atack is the ultimate slime bucket. He creates so much hatred and false information with his publication. He conceals the fact that the founder was impostored. He is malicious and vindictive by deliberately blaming the founder on what his impostor did. Atack also covers up that the “ex”-Scientologists are former infiltrators and never were Scientologists in the first place. So, if somebody is malicious and vindictive, it is his and his disgusting kind. He twists how things really are and blames Scientologists on the rotten character that he and his kind are having. There are not even words to describe what a creep that man is.

      His stupid little “love poems” (he is no Shakespeare or Lord Byron, trust me). Atack: “I love you to bafflement.” Huh? What woman wants a guy like that?

      I wouldn’t even clean my windows with pages that he scribbled. Would not even wrap a stinking fish into his writings as that would insult the fish!

      He won’t lure me into his dumb prozac-promoting mind either. Here are some of the Prozac side effects and Atack looks like taking it:

      Skin rash or hives; difficulty breathing; swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat.

      Report any new or worsening symptoms to your doctor, such as: mood or behavior changes, anxiety, panic attacks, trouble sleeping, or if you feel impulsive, irritable, agitated, hostile, aggressive, restless, hyperactive (mentally or physically), more depressed, or have thoughts about suicide or hurting yourself.

      Call your doctor at once if you have any of these serious side effects:

      severe blistering, peeling, and red skin rash;
      very stiff (rigid) muscles, high fever, sweating, fast or uneven heartbeats, tremors, overactive reflexes;
      nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, loss of appetite, feeling unsteady, loss of coordination; or
      headache, trouble concentrating, memory problems, weakness, confusion, hallucinations, fainting, seizure, shallow breathing or breathing that stops.
      Less serious side effects may include:

      cold symptoms such as stuffy nose, sneezing, sore throat;
      drowsiness, dizziness, feeling nervous;
      mild nausea, upset stomach, constipation;
      increased appetite, weight changes;
      sleep problems (insomnia);
      decreased sex drive, impotence, or difficulty having an orgasm; or
      dry mouth.
      This is not a complete list of side effects and others may occur.

      Barbara Schwarz

      September 26, 2013 at 6:31 am

  5. Greek officials are making an international appeal to help identify a mystery blond girl discovered during a raid on a Roma gypsy settlement in central Greece.

    Off topic

    October 20, 2013 at 1:06 am

    • In my case, it was the other way around. I (Jewish American) looked like a gypsy girl and found myself kidnapped to Germany. I looked quite different than blonde German kids.

      Barbara Schwarz

      October 20, 2013 at 7:19 am

  6. Jon Atacks attacks LRH on Tony Ortega’s blog. It feels dishonest.


    March 1, 2014 at 2:01 pm

    • It is completely dishonest.

      I bet the farm on that Atack is an agent hired to smear the founder.

      He knows very well that the founder was impostored, yet Atack and Ortega do all they can, to avoid that this fact breaks.

      Atack says that Ron was after “Independents”. The impostor maybe, but Ron laughed (see video on YouTube) when he heard that doctors claimed that Dianetics is now theirs. If he would go after people like that, he wouldn’t had taken this lightly.

      Barbara Schwarz

      March 1, 2014 at 6:16 am

  7. Leah Remini says that Scientology interfered with her drinking.

    Family man

    July 13, 2014 at 12:05 am

    • I bet any religion would be glad to see the likes of her leaving. When she was in, Scientologists however should have been alerted to the constant smirk on her face.

      Barbara Schwarz

      July 13, 2014 at 4:32 am

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