The Road to Xenu
by Margery Wakefield
A narrative account of life in Scientology
(93 pages, 624K, 227K gzipped)
Note: "Margery" is a fictionalized character whose story combines
Wakefield's own experiences with those of other Scientologists.
The character of Aileen was Yvonne Gillham Jentzsch. The character of Antonio
was Mario Feninger, both of Celebrity Center.
Most of Road to Xenu is not fictional but is based on my memories.
At the time I wrote it I was afraid to use real names. Maybe one of these days
I will rewrite it and post it on the net with real names and all real events.
Implant Stations in the Sky
Julie introduces her to the new
Why she succumbed.
Your Needle is Floating!
First auditing session. Local org. Strange
"keyed out Clear".
For the Next Endless Trillions of Years
LA Celebrity Center.
Dianetics Course. Hello
L.Ron, goodbye college.
Flunk for Laughing! Start!
Bullbaiting. Scientology will
prevent nuclear war. SHSBC
Do Fish Swim? Do Birds Fly?
TR1: Dear Alice.
Tone 40 ashtray.
On a Clear Night You Can See Forever
Sea Org: billion-year
The Date of the Incident Is 520 B.C.
Star Trek for Real
O/Ws in closet.
Death on the Titanic
Find Out Who You Really Are
Grades 0 -
Bodies in shop.
Welcome to the RPF
Have You Ever Enslaved a Population?
Cooper & Meisner,
We Are All Many
Flag: NED for OTs. She
Back in the Wog World
begs to return; and
Epilogue: Blood on the Bedroom Wall
Bob Penny, one of the founders of
(Fight Against Coercive Tactics Network), gives this account of
how Margery Wakefield's book was originally published in a dual
edition with his book, Social Control in
Margery wrote the first part of the book (The Road to Xenu),
and I wrote the second part (Social Control in Scientology).
We decided that the two parts complemented each other, so we published
them together in one volume which we first released at the 1991
Cult Awareness Network (CAN) conference in Oklahoma City (note: after
losing a bankrupty suit, CAN is now owned by the Church of
Scientology). The printing was done
in response to demand at the nearest Kinko's or other quick
printer. The volumes were bound in a thermal binding machine of mine.
Both Margery's work and mine were released to the public domain in
1993, when they were offered for download on the (non-internet)
FACTNet BBS. Neither are on file with the Library of Congress unless
someone else put them there. The text has been available (with no
remuneration to either Margery or me) on the FACTNet BBS and on
countless Web and ftp sites for I know not how long.