Inside Scientology: The Story of America's Most Secretive Religion - The Bubble and Int Summary & Analysis

Janet Reitman
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The Bubble and Int Summary and Analysis

In "The Bubble," Reitman examines the insular nature of Scientology. Natalie Walet is a second generation member of the church. She, like many others, attended a private Scientologist school for grade school where she learned Study technology that she used later in public high school. But when her family moved to Clearwater, Walet learned that the locals despised her religion, and her as a result. She was quickly told about OT3 by locals, which Scientologists are forbidden to read about prior to reaching the level. She began hanging out with the wrong crowd and using drugs, unhappy with her life. At sixteen, she admitted to her parents that she had a drug problem, realizing this wasn't the life she wanted, and they helped her through the Purification Rundown audit. Walet continued to audit, and on...

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