Tom Cruise Thinks He’s On This Planet To Fight Aliens

Have you seen the remake of “War of the Worlds”? Tom Cruise played a father who tried to fight off aliens. Now we find out from his book that the plot of that movie isn’t too far from what he thinks he’s doing here.

The billion-year contract of service he signed with the Church of Scientology, according to a bombshell new book, “Going Clear: Scientology, Hollywood [and] The Prison of Belief,” tells us that his job as an actor is most likely just a cover for what he believes is his true purpose. Lawrence Wright says that Cruise’s demigod status within the church coincides with the Church of Scientology’s ultimate purpose. He is here to protect humanity from aliens living in our bodies, who are bent on destroying us and our planet, says FOX News.

Cruise was introduced to the religion when he was 23 years old by his then-girlfriend, actress Mimi Rogers of “Austin Powers” fame. Rogers was an avowed member of Scientology and Cruise was quickly intrigued but initially kept his participation under the radar. He began “auditing” under his birth name, Thomas Mapother IV.

Radar Online has previously reported on the upcoming book release, but now with publication just days away, more details about its content are coming to light. He know believes that in the hierarchy of Scientology, he was Number 3, behind only the founder, the late L. Ron Hubbard (known as LRH) and Number 2 David Miscavige who goes by COB, for Chairman of the Board of the Religious Technology Center.

Tom Cruise here to fight aliens

Cruise believes his true mission is to convert all nonbelievers into the church, which the Church of Scientology says will result in Earth’s salvation, the book says. Cruise himself states:

“Look. I wish the world was a different place. I’d like to go on vacation, and go and romp and play, you know what I mean? But I can’t. Because I know. I know. I have to do something about it. You can sit here and wish it was different, but there’s that moment where you go, ‘You know, I have to do something. Don’t I?'”