a good article on scientology by Rolling Stone http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/story...ide_scientology
some excerpts :
they also keep out maya by following the shastra:
And then there are Scientology's rules. A fiercely doctrinaire religion, Scientology follows Hubbard's edicts to the letter. Dissent or opposition to any of Hubbard's views isn't tolerated. Nor is debating certain church tenets -- a practice Scientologists view as "counterintentioned." Comporting oneself in any way that could be seen as contrary to church goals is considered subversive and is known as a "suppressive act."
like devotees they don't squander semen:
Masturbation is an overt -- strictly forbidden in Scientology, as Hubbard believed that it can slow one's process to enlightenment.
the GBC may find something like this useful in dealing with bloopers:
Some wayward members have "disappeared" for long periods of time, sent to special Scientology facilities known as the "Rehabilitation Project Force." Created by Hubbard in 1974, the RPF is described by the church as a voluntary rehabilitation program offering a "second chance" to Sea Org members who have become unproductive or have strayed from the church's codes.