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Secret Scientology ‘Alien Space Cathedral’ Revealed

BBC reporter alleges Scientologists built a 'space alien cathedral'

Somewhere in New Mexico’s desert a secret Scientology installation allegedly exists. The “alien space cathedral” includes a huge message to UFOs in a crop circle design that can only be seen from high above the ground, says BBC paranormal reporter John Sweeney in his new book, Church of Fear: Inside the Weird World of Scientology.

According to The Sun, Sweeney says he has uncovered the secret bunker, which is titanium-sealed and built to withstand a nuclear blast. Sweeney says there are two huge interlocking circles with a large diamond shape inside that are etched into the top of a mountain. They were created as markers to guide special Scientologists that were returning from space to find Hubbard’s works after humanity is wiped out by a nuclear Armageddon.

He says the site called Trementina Base was built deep underground by the church in the 1980s for millions of dollars and it contains lectures of Hubbard on gold discs locked in titanium caskets sealed with argon.

Sweeney says he went to the cathedral with former Scientologist Marc Headley. Headley says he was given spiritual guidance by Tom Cruise and was beaten up by David Miscavige the church’s leader. The church denies both incidents. The Church of Scientology, which has many celebrity members such as Tom Cruise, John Travolta, Kirstie Alley, and Juliette Lewis, was founded in 1952 by writer L. Ron Hubbard. The church promotes the concept that humans are immortal with reincarnated souls.

“If I’m wrong about the church believing in aliens, then why have they built these giant symbols in the middle of the desert that can only be seen from outer space,” Sweeney said, according to The Raw Story. Sweeney was a former Church member and has since turned from the religion. According to The Raw Story, Sweeny said:

“Five years ago, I spent weeks at the center of the church’s attention. Private investigators who, I believe, were working for the church chased me around the streets of Los Angeles, invaded my hotel at midnight and put me under surveillance. Strangers spied on my wedding and knocked on the doors of my neighbors.”

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13 Responses to “Secret Scientology ‘Alien Space Cathedral’ Revealed”

  1. Jeremy Parks

    I am living in New Mexico. I will find this and burn it down.

  2. Justin Ryan McDonald

    Dickish Atheists always make asinine comments like "Aw, you believe in fairy tales etc, magic spaghetti monster…" Whether or not what I believe is true or not (considering I won't find out until I die) at least my beliefs weren't drafted from a science fiction writer.

  3. David Yonker

    When L. Ron Hubbard was a struggling writer, he had stated to some fellow writers that the only sure fire way to make money would be to start a religion…well somebody is laughing all the way to the bank. Years ago I did some reading on the Scientologists and how they rob people blind. To be "Cleared" can cost one thousands of dollars. In my opinion they are no better than these televangelists or the numerous "Psychics" you occasionally see up and down the highway.

  4. Chad Franklin

    christianity a cult? ok, lets see how good this world would be without the principles of God on the earth, specifically christianity. I'm sure you'll find a world of chaos 100 times worse than now.

  5. Anthony Noriega

    Seems to be the number 8 if you scroll back far enough…which signifies the 8 dynamics of life.

  6. Andrew Davis

    @Michael: I'm not a big fan of religion in general, but I'm at least willing to recognize the fact that most religions aren't harmful to the mind. The followers of many religions may be bat**** crazy and they may try to use their religion(s) as an excuse for their actions, but that's still entirely their own fault, not the fault of their religion(s).

    The beliefs in Scientology, however, can be just as harmful to the mind as the followers are (the religion doesn't support many forms of psychiatric medication, for example). Scientology was also created by a science-fiction writer who happened to be a self-admitted fraud.

  7. Kavin Naidoo

    Sweeney saw these markings from outer space? How did he get there?

  8. Andrew Davis

    @Chad: I have to disagree with everything you said. I'm an atheist, as are the vast majority of my friends.

    Being an atheist has absolutely nothing to do with the type of person that I am. I still go out of my way to help others on a regular basis, I do not support violence in most situations (the only exception is if someone's safety/well-being is in danger), I do not drink, I do not smoke, I do not do drugs, etc. I hate to be blunt, but that's a lot more than I can say for almost every religious person (Christian or otherwise) that I've happened to come across.

    If you want to judge someone, then judge them for their actions, not for their religious beliefs.