Wednesday, January 02, 2013

Scientology Church Has Carved a Message to Aliens That Can Be Seen From Outer Space | UFO NEWS

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Scientology Church Has Carved a Message to Aliens That Can Be Seen From Outer Space

The creepy desert road where Tom Cruise’s potty Church pals carved giant ‘hello’ to E.T.

BBC reporter John Sweeney visits cult's alien cathedral


     The BBC reporter — who erupted in fury at a member of the weird sect during a 2007 programme — tells how he travelled deep into the New Mexico desert to see the Scientologists’ “alien space cathedral”.

The site is home to the buried texts of Scientology founder L Ron Hubbard and was built to withstand a nuclear holocaust.

Sweeney says in his new book Church of Fear — adapted here by BEN JACKSON — that the group collects tens of thousands of pounds from each member.

It even palms them off with two cheaply-made electronic gadgets for 100 times the cost of manufacture, according to one former Scientologist.

IF you don’t have a flying saucer, Trementina Base is not an easy place to get to.

But if you’re a visitor from outer space, it’s a doddle because the Church of Scientology has etched two vast interlinked circles on top of a mountain amid the desert scrub of New Mexico.

Each circle has a huge diamond shape inscribed inside as a sign to aliens.

Just dial up Mesa Huerfanita on Google Earth and you’ll find a nearby mountain scarred by a long concrete strip with a short leg at the northern end pointing east. That’s the loony church’s private airport.

A zig-zag white line from the strip heads north. That’s the church’s private road. It leads to the two linked circles — invisible from the land below.

The spot is north of Roswell — a town linked to UFO sightings. . . .

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