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Katie Holmes spends hours a day worshipping at a Scientology 'church'



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Katie Holmes spends hours a day worshipping at a Scientology 'church'
Tom Cruise's pregnant fiancée Katie Holmes is reportedly spending hours a day worshipping at a Scientology 'church'. The stunning actress is said to be visiting the centre, in Hollywood, up to three times a day to learn more about the bizarre sci-fi cult. During her visits, Katie - who converted from Catholicism to Scientology after falling for the Hollywood star - is allegedly told by leading Scientology members she is constantly surrounded by the "traumatised spirits of aliens". The brunette beauty has allegedly withdrawn from friends and family as she devotes more and more of her time to the 'religion'. A friend is quoted in Britain's The Sun newspaper as saying: "Her family are becoming very worried. They don't know what she is being taught. "She is becoming more distant and seems to worship Scientology as much as she worships Tom." Last year, it was claimed Katie is set to give birth in silence. As devout disciples of Scientology, the pair would both have to maintain a vigil of total silence in the delivery suite. Members of the faith believe the bizarre ritual should be carried out to prevent children from gaining any traumatic memories from their entry into the world. Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard tells his followers in his book, 'Dianetics': "Maintain silence in the presence of birth to save both the sanity of the mother and child and safeguard the home to which they will go."

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We'll see how silent she is when she delivers....

So when is her family going to do an intervention? AFTER their daughter's bank account has been sucked dry by these C0$ vultures?

 



 








 

 

 

 








 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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