Author: Armstrong, Gerry
Document date: 1997, 26 January
Document title: Declaration of Gerald Armstrong
Document type: web page, declaration
Retrieved on: 26 March 2010
Retrieved from: http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/legal/decl-1997-01-26.html
Description: re: Scientology's Salvation Plan
64. Scientology has its salvation “plan, ” its goal to “clear the planet.” It charges, even extorts, terrible sums of money, and lies to, cheats and bullies its adherents and targeted opposition. Its guiding principle is fair game, its doctrine of opportunistic hatred, pursuant to which it uses the law to harass its targets. God’s plan on the other hand is free to everyone. He guides people to tell the truth and cheat and bully no one, but stand up to cheats and bullies, and stand up for their targets. Scientology’s leaders and God and His guided are “competitors” for human souls. Scientology seeks to enslave souls, while God seeks only their freedom. Other enslavers of the soul work through other cons appealing to greed, lust, fear, evil and the like. They all lie. No one is guided by God to bind human souls with “contracts” or threats which limit their expression. No one is guided by God to hate, cheat or bully, or to use the law to harass. God’s guidance is wisdom. Scientology’s guidance is stupidity; hence dangerous. The exposing of dangerous cults masquerading as religions, and other enslavers, is a Biblically-blessed work of the guided. Bringing Scientology’s actual nature, a facet of which is reflected in its “secret scriptures,” to light has arisen at this time because of a certain imminence. The global nature of Scientology’s threat to religion, and its menace to the minds of God’s children at this time are observable factors. It is altogether understandable that God would reach out through those who are available for His work in the realm of religion. WWHELP have played God-given rolls in bringing Scientology’s fraud and dangers to light, and they are a part of those God guides to such religious expression. Some people testify, some picket, some encourage, some pray, some post their stories to ars. These very cool spirits may or may not believe, sense or know they are guided by God. One might think Christians would be the people most willing to speak out about Scientology and expose its “secret scriptures,” because in the realm of religion the organization theologically is antichristian. I have no reason to believe that any of WWHELP consider themselves Christians. WWHELP in fact may have thought they exposed Scientology’s “secret scriptures,” if they indeed did, for other reasons; e.g., that they showed it to be a criminal cult; that they are evidence of practicing medicine without a license; that the exposure might save someone from paying the criminal cult three hundred sixty thousand dollars to get to see them. In my opinion, they have done God’s work. Supporting that opinion is that fact that they published whatever they did without any intent to gain monetarily thereby. A prophet brings God’s message to His children, and cannot be silenced by our courts, even if he is a Prophet to Scientologists.
I declare under the penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing is true and correct.
Executed at San Anselmo, California, on January 26, 1997