Katie Holmes filed for divorce from Tom Cruise today in New York reportedly over fears that he would indoctrinate their daughter into Scientology.
Holmes was reportedly never fully committed to Scientology, according to sources connected to the actors to TMZ.
She has been a practicing Scientologist for the past five years while married to Cruise.
The religion is believed to be a cult by many people since it was created by science fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard.
The Church of Scientology has links to teachings of cults of the Illuminati New World Order, such as the Golden Dawn and Ordo Templi Orientis (O.T.O.).
Scientology teaches at their highest levels that an alien Xenu, ruler of the “Galactic Confederacy,” brought billions of his people to Earth in a spacecraft, stacked them around volcanoes and killed them using hydrogen bombs, according to former members who left the religion and leaked documents.
Their spirits or essences are believe by the religion to have been scattered around Earth and are in every modern person causing depression and ailments. The church requires members to pay large amounts of money to undergo many “auditing” treatments – a therapy-like treatment – to get rid of the negative essences.
The sources said that Holmes and Cruise had been arguing over their daughter Suri because she is now at the age when Scientology usually becomes a major part of a member’s life.
The insiders stated that Holmes is filing for sole legal custody of Suri because she does not want Cruise to control decisions relating to religion.
They said that the divorce is not about money, Holmes has millions of dollars of her own, and she will receive a large alimony payment under the terms of their prenup agreement.
For many years, sources have claimed to news sites and magazines that Holmes was depressed with an unhappy life and marriage and only with Cruise to increase her level of fame and for financial stability.
Nicole Kidman reportedly divorced Cruise over Scientology as well.
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Their adopted son and daughter have lived with their dad and are active Scientologists. The rarely see their mom according to reports.
Kidman was later married to Keith Urban in a Catholic Christian wedding.
Director Paul Haggis recently left Scientology and wrote about their practices after being angered by the religion’s homophobic attitude and by how they use many people as underpaid slaves to work on their compounds.
Journalist Ian Halperin performed an undercover investigation into Scientology several years ago posing as an actor who wanted to get rid of his gay attractions. He filmed the church’s program that claimed to change people’s orientations.
He and other people have evidence that some celebrities, such as Tom Cruise, John Travolta, Will Smith and David Beckham have joined Scientology to change their gay or bi orientations to straight. The program seems to be ineffective since all of them are still linked to gay affairs, open marriages and cheating.
Several celebrities will not publicly say they are Scientologist, such as David Beckham, Victoria “Posh Spice” Adams Beckham, Will Smith, Jada Pinkett Smith, Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony.
However, the Smiths run a school that follows the teachings of the religion for their kids Willow and Jaden and several other children from other families.
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Scientology has recruited a number of celebrities – mostly actors – as members. A list of some of them include: John Travolta, Kelly Preston, Greta Van Susteren, Steven Spielberg, Charles Manson, Kirstie Alley, Lisa Marie Presley, Priscilla Presley, Jenna Elfman, Erika Christensen, Jeff Conaway (dead), rapper Doug E. Fresh, Peaches Geldof, Laura Prepon, “My Name Is Earl” actor Jason Lee, Juliette Lewis, Danny Masterson, Bijou Phillips, Leah Remini and Sonny Bono (dead).
Here is a video of Tom Cruise describing Scientology that was leaked in 2008:
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