Leak: Purification Rundown Research

Discussion in 'Leaks & Legal' started by mnql1, Jan 15, 2009.

  1. mnql1 Member

    Here is a new link to download the entire zip file mentioned in the OP:
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  2. Incredulicide Member

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  3. X13 Member

    EXCELLENT !!! TKY very much to all of you !!!
    The delivery manual is the one I used the first time, I think there is very few changes since. I'm sure that it will be very usefull because there is a kind of Achilles' heel here in France with medical legislation, you can follow the matter on that thread :éale-in-paris.126772/
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  4. The Wrong Guy Member

    Here's What Scientologists Actually Eat During The Insane Detox

    It's not at all what you'd think.

    By Sarah Weinberg, Delish, March 30, 2017


    Diets have a way of capturing America's attention unlike almost anything else. It's like the food equivalent of passing an accident on the highway: you just can't. stop. looking. Someone lost 11 pounds in 30 days! Someone ate the same three meals for a month! Someone's going to jail for creating a bogus diet! So when a diet's shrouded in a little bit of mystery — like the Purification Rundown that Scientologists follow upon joining the church — we're alllll up in that.

    If you've heard about the detox before, you might've also heard it called the Purif (what's a diet without a snappy nickname?) or the Hubbard Method. The latter is a nod to the founder of the detox program and the entire religion, L. Ron Hubbard. He began it to rid new church followers of toxins from earlier drug or alcohol abuse. But, like anything else associated with The Church of Scientology, it's pretty controversial.

    For starters, this diet's not focused on detoxing the old fashioned way, by eating naturally while eliminating certain food groups. Instead participants are encouraged to chow down on the same stuff they always do, whether that's grain bowls or McDonald's. The detox comes from huge doses of a vitamin-cocktail that's main ingredient is niacin, which, according to Hubbard, alleviates and prevents radiation sickness. In his book Clear Body, Clear Mind, Hubbard recommends starting with doses of 100mg and increasing to 5,000mg over the course of the program. Want to know how much doctors recommend taking if needed? 15 mg. The Purif doses are so large, participants have revealed severe reactions like skin irritation, dizziness, and headaches. Hubbard says this is just your body releasing poisons.

    In addition to the vitamins, people going through the Purification Rundown are told to drink a blend of vegetable oils (they supposedly replenish the body's fatty tissues), and an anti-dehydration drink of water, salt, and potassium. The fear of dehydration comes from the fact that participants are forced to hang out in a sauna for up to five hours a day in order to — what else? — sweat out the body's poisons.

    While the whole program's meant to rid people's bodies of harmful toxins, there's no rule in the Scientology handbook that says churchgoers can't consume alcohol or cigarettes on a regular basis — you know, substances known to negatively affect the human body. They're only prohibited from poppin' bottles and takin' puffs in the 24 hours leading up to and during auditing sessions, which are believed by some to be periods when participants are hypnotized and asked questions.

    As we've learned, most detoxes and diet plans (even the super-popular ones) are subject to debunking, but this one seems particularly suspect. And, per usual, we're not going to hear anything from the inside Scientology ring. So, um, Leah Remini? If you're out there reading this, we've got an episode idea for season two of your docuseries.


    Also, here's a related thread:

    What is the Purification Rundown?
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  5. The Internet Member


    If you are poisoned by lead or something, there may be a way to get the poison out medically. But that has nothing to do with all those detox fads out there. Fad detox doesn't measure any specific poison before or after treatment.

    Alcohol detox is done by the liver gradually over hours. Some may need to go in the hospital for that because they are at risk of withdrawal seizures. Still, the actual detox is done by the liver.
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  6. Typical, dragging facts and common sense into this to try and obscure the 'amazing' benefits of Hubbard's personal 'research' of applying dangerous toxic remedies and 100% Scientology courses to cure drug addiction for his $30,000.00 and more Narconon scam by claiming and advertising totally fabricated and unsubstantiated success rates of over 75% to desperate families.
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