Research resources on Scientology’s disconnection policy

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Secular The Unperson, Robert Farley, St. Petersburg Times, USA, June 25, 2006

Scientologists who cross their religion can be declared suppressive persons, shunned by peers and ostracized by family.

Secular SP Profiles This sidebar to the above article takes a brief look at three people declared ‘Suppressive Persons’ by Scientology.

See Also

Secular Disconnection Collection of articles at the Scientology Lies website documenting the cult’s disconnection policy.
Secular Scientology Disconnect Policy Destroying Families Documentation of the practice and effect of Scientology’s disconnection policy.
Secular Scientology’s Disconnection Collection of quotes from articles and newspaper reports, documenting and illustrating the extent of Scientology’s disconnection policy
Secular Scientology Disconnection: Dear Dad Examples of Scientology’s disconnect policy at work.
Secular Scientology: The Practice of Disconnection Extensively documented research.
Secular Scientology’s Human Rights Abuses collection of links at FACTnet to personal testimonies of Scientology victims.
Non-Christian What is “disconnection?” Consumer Alert: Connects to a website operated by Scientology. Article in the “Answers to questions most commonly asked by media” section of Scientology Today — a website of Scientology’s Press Office. (See this page regarding Scientology’s misinformation on the subject)

Apologetics Index research resource More information about Scientology
Apologetics Index research resource Cult FAQ — Frequently-Asked Questions about Cult


Secular Scientology Disconnection Personal stories, current practices, published policies, public relations.
Secular Scientology Victims Testimonies Collection of videos in which victims of Scientology testify regarding the application and effects of Scientology’s disconnection policy.

This post was last updated: Feb. 12, 2008