Narconon {Scientology-Linked Drug Rehab} a DANGER!


Narconon {Scientology-linked drug rehab} A DANGER! – Found on ROCK CENTER NBC Famous Scientologists like Tom Cruise and John Travolta have touted the value of Narconon, a drug rehabilitation program based on the teachings of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard. “We are the authorities on getting people off drugs,” Cruise said in a video about Scientology released online. John Travolta hosted a fundraiser for Narconon’s Hawaii location in 2007. But the parents of one young person who died while in treatment by Narconon’s flagship facility have called Narconon “inhumane,” and others whose children died on the premises of Narconon caution anyone from sending their children there. Narconon’s method of rehabilitation is unorthodox. Patients are called “students” and they study a series of eight books based on the writings of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard. The books resemble grade school workbooks and the students practice exercises that Narconon says helps them lead drug-free lives. The program costs 000 per patient and the treatment usually takes three to six months to complete. Narconon’s unconventional methods include spending up to five hours a day in a sauna for 30 straight days and taking up to 5000 milligrams of the vitamin Niacin daily. It is similar to Scientology’s regimen called a “purification run-down,” designed to free the body of toxins in order to achieve spiritual gains…. Worldwide there are much more DEATHS! Narconon must be stopped!


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