1. CSI = Church of Scientology International.
2. In the chart above “CSI” may be replaced with FSO, Advanced Orgs, Freewinds, or any other Scientology delivery organization.
3. This chart is a follow on to my previous post: The Church of Scientology International Has No Members.
4. As CSI has no employees and no members, it can only be managed and operated by Sea Org members. Therefore, Captain Miscavige demonstrably controls CSI via the Sea Org.
5. Said another way, the only legally authorized agents through which CSI can operate as a religion is the Sea Org and Staff — and both of these are unincorporated religious orders whose personnel are not CSI members.
6. Thus, the situation in CSI is this: Members of two legally non-existent religious orders deliver Scientology religious services to IAS members in CSI facilities. No one in this equation – Sea Org, Staff, or IAS members — are members of CSI.
7. Conclusion: CSI exists for three reasons only:
* To own and hold property inside of which Scientology religious services take place between non-CSI parties, i.e. IAS public members and IAS Sea Org members.
* To collect the monies paid by IAS public members for these services.
* To electronically record the religious services, especially the confessionals, that occur in its buildings. CSI maintains custody and ownership of these permanent recordings along with the actual paper pc folders. However, as Sea Org administers CSI, numerous Sea Org members have open access to these records. OSA Sea Org members may cull both the video files and written pc folders at any time for the purposes of obtaining damaging or incriminating information on IAS public members or on other Sea Org members.
8. Per the Founder’s design, CSI is extraordinarily stingy and cruel. Nevertheless, CSI is forced to begrudgingly provide Sea Org members a subsistence-level existence only because it needs people in its money-making business. The Sea Org will be eliminated when RTC is able to purchase cheap ecclesiastical robots to replace humans. Robots don’t blow — and that is one of the key product features RTC finds most desirable about robots.