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Post by admin » Fri Jan 28, 2005 8:52 am

What is this, a new org in London?

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Post by cerri » Fri Jan 28, 2005 2:05 pm

Yes they have similar pictures in the most recent Int. Scn News.

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International Scientology News
Issue 29
Dec 2004

DRIVING HOME THE MESSAGE "THIS IS SCIENTOLOGY"

IN THE HEART OF LONDON

Situated on Queen Victoria Street, the new London Org is a short walk from major city landmarks. The historic property, standing six stories tall, is ideal for bringing to life every aspect of the new Golden Age of Organization.

Just in case our organizations in New York and Madrid, as well as others you've heard of in the past year, haven't yet convinced you this is it, that we are doing it now, then let's put an exclamation point on it," said Mr. Miscavige.

"There remains another city that is an epicenter of western culture. It is also a city where LRH lived, worked and left major developmental milestones on his track of technical research. It was where he developed Training Routines and the first Communications Course, where he drafted the very first HCOB and the first prototype organizing board."

And while this city has also been home to one of the very first Central Organizations on the planet, its presence since the days LRH was there would best be described as "small scale." But that is about to change in a big way, and history is about to be made in one of the most important and vibrant cities on Earth.

"We are about to drive home the message 'This is Scientology'--like you have never seen," said Mr. Miscavige, "with the new Church of Scientology of London."

He then presented the newly acquired premises for the Church of Scientology of London, situated on Queen Victoria Street, just a short walk from the world-famous Tate Gallery, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, St. Paul's Cathedral and the Millennium Bridge. Standing six stories tall, the building is the historic D'Arcy House, and was recently renovated and restored from top to bottom.

With the exception of construction of auditing rooms, "the building is extremely well suited to all our needs, with large spaces ideal for bringing to life every aspect of the new Golden Age of Organization," Mr. Miscavige said.

"So that's where we are headed, and there's your final statement on owning up to the demand, with our new Church for the very heart of London, England."

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Post by free_for_real » Fri Jan 28, 2005 6:39 pm

Yes, and just like the other "new" orgs, it will be mostly empty because no new people want to step foot into scientology.

And the execs will get all kinds of pressure from management for the low stats and staff will leave, just like what happened in New York and Tampa and Orange County, etc, etc, etc.

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Post by dakota » Fri Jan 28, 2005 9:31 pm

"a new ideal org"

ew.
just,
ew.


p.s. will be going for a little check up on nyc as soon as it thaws out here and will post what i see.

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Post by free_for_real » Sat Jan 29, 2005 12:15 am

dakota, great, can't wait to hear the latest.

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Post by lucy skywalker » Sat Jan 29, 2005 12:24 am

dakota,

i love your post.

i have to agree. ew. ew. and double ew!
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Post by mickwenlock » Mon May 16, 2005 6:28 pm

Hmm. I wonder what that property cost?

I realize that looking at the publicity shot doesn't give a great view of the foot traffic but IIRC that area is not as heavily pedestrianalized as Tottenham Court Road was.

Anyone know what is happening to the TCR location?
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Post by pitbull » Tue May 17, 2005 6:25 pm

Quite an improvment over that crummy storefront.
I must admit, that I am still impressed by St. Hill. After being in the Orgs in the good old USA, St. Hill was a breath of fresh air. Enough staff to make it work, well organized courserooms,
and Dunnings Mill down the road for a pint!

Far better than Flag.
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Post by joolie » Wed May 18, 2005 9:22 am

Hey Pit Bull,
Dunnings Mill for a pint. See you in there! good pub that ... I'll check out the new London org and get back. Last time I went passed TCR they did look quite busy. They were doing loads of e-meter demos and even had one set up outside. I even went in but recognised someone and bottled it.

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Post by pitbull » Wed May 18, 2005 6:29 pm

Hi Joolie,
I'd love to meet for a pint, but I'm on
the other side of the pond at the moment.
Interestingly enough, I'm meeting another
British Person this evening (at a pub) who is a rep for a very interesting type of software
for video work.
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Post by nec_v20 » Wed May 18, 2005 8:00 pm

Pit Bull,

so that's what they are calling it now, "wink, wink, nudge, nudge"
You deprive me of solitude, whilst affording no companionship whatsoever.

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Post by pitbull » Thu May 19, 2005 5:51 pm

What? It's what who is calling what?
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Post by nec_v20 » Thu May 19, 2005 8:18 pm

Pitbull,
ho is a rep for a very interesting type of software
for video work.

It sounded as if your statement was a euphemism for something :).

And the "nudge, nudge, wink, wink" comes from a Mony Python sketch.
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Post by ltricha » Thu May 19, 2005 10:06 pm

You would think such a superior being like Pitbull would have gotten it.
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Post by pitbull » Fri May 20, 2005 2:23 am

I'm glad you are beginning to truly aknowlege my
vast superioriy. Actually, it is softare for video work. It is used for motion tracking.
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