Thanks, BigBeard, Three sets of books and then some, indeed, following the money in Scientology is quite a convoluted task by design but we all know where it ends up eventually, hi Davey. I'd be curious to know if a breakdown of how much Narconon pays for course materials (all LRH books, videos, etc.) licensing to Scientology, payroll, vitamins, especially niacin (paid to Scientology 'entrepreneurs'?), maintenance and food contracts (done by the 'help'), medical payments to their 'Doctor' and so on and so forth as LRH liked to say...... My guess would be that Narconon pays outrageously overpriced fees for all of these supplies and services that all go indirectly back to Mother 'Church' aka lil Davey. They charge each addict $30,000.00 apiece (in full, in advance) for what averages 3.5 months (corrected, thx David) of LRH quack therapy consisting of Scientology courses and the medically dangerous purification rundown (5 hours a day in a sauna, every day and insane overdoses of niacin and other LRH crazy vitamin and mineral concoctions) and NO properly trained drug addiction counseling. Quick math: let's say 33 paid participants at a Narconon facility = 1 million in revenue. The money never dwindles. the number of their 'patients' who stay in the quack program does with the addict being blamed for leaving when they catch on to the scam that is not working for them. Who is going to believe a drug addict who has just cost family and friends so much and now relapses? A perfect, vulnerable Scientology target those addicts are. Scientology/Narconon has the unmitigated gall to claim to be a non-profit organisation. This massive scam is projected as one of their most valuable contributions to society. The one and only beneficiary of anything involving a Scientology 'Non-Profit' is Scientology itself, imho. 1 million a month, well they have to pay most staff 50 cents an hour (a lot of whom are addicts or former indoctrinated addicts themselves) and yet they claim to be a secular, non-profit opertaion (show me any part of Narconon that is NOT Scientology). The Narconon scam is a Ripoff of staggering proportions that has been steering millions upon millions of dollars into Scientology for decades at the expense of addicts and their families who receive extremely little if any benefit, imho. Refunds for this non-working program with deceptive advertising of over 75% success rate lies? Slim and none. It's all Scientology, all fraudulent, all business as usual in Hubbard's scamming cult.