There's a wealth of critical information about Scientology at other Internet sites.
Good starting places:
A Critical Introduction to Scientology
- An introduction to critical perspectives on Scientology for those who are new to the controversies surrounding Scientology.
- THE site for critical information about Scientology. Everything you could ever want to know, and then some.
Lisa McPherson Memorial Page
- Lisa McPherson died in Scientology's custody in 1995. This page tells you how and why.
Tory - Out of Scientology after 30 Years
- Tory Bezazian posts and speaks about her years inside Scientology, and her personal re-awakening.
Pickets Against Scientology
- Links to picket reports from all over the world.
Scientology's own web site
- Take a look at the official Scientology site. Notice that there are no links to critical information. Scientology doesn't want you to have both sides of the story.
More good sites:
- First-person accounts
- Stories from people who have been in Scientology. There are at least three archives:
Tilman Hausherr's, and
- Answers to all those frequently-asked questions. This excellent site has a general introductory FAQ, plus FAQs on Scientology terminology, Who's Who on a.r.s., Who's Who in Scientology, and an alphabetical list of critical web sites.
Books on Scientology
- This extensive bibliography lists books and articles on Scientology and related topics. Although Scientology has tried to suppress all books that portray it in a bad light, several of them are now available on the web; this page includes links to those sites.
A few pages of my own
I originally started picketing using an alias, "Jour," because I was aware of Scientology's habit of harassing its critics. Scientology ultimately outed me, so now I go by my given name, Kristi Wachter.
These are a few pages I've put together.
To find out still more: