Thursday, January 17, 2008

Tom Cruise Calls for More Awareness of Value of Scientology in Acute Trauma Care.....

Beverly Hills, CA- When Beverly Hills Paramedics arrived at the scene of a horrible accident on the corner of Sunset and North Palm last February, finding a mangled 1999 Toyota Camry in flames and the bodies of Bob and Wendy Putterman strewn about the wreckage, the last thing they expected to see was popular movie star Tom Cruise providing assistance to the injured.

"We couldn't believe it," Paramedic John Gunderson explained. "I mean, here is this ghastly accident with multiple fatalities and blood just, just all over the place, with chunks of brain splattered on the windshield and stuff. And that car could have blown any minute too. So Tom Cruise is there, auditing a couple of the preclears and identifying engrams left and right, really helping me and my partner out you know. Imagine, a couple of nobodies like Jim and me saving lives with Maverick."

In many motor vehicle accidents, seconds count. Emergency response professionals are highly trained in acting swiftly to stabilize acute life threatening injuries commonly suffered in high speed collisions. They learn early on in their training to always remember their ABC's, which stands for airway, breathing, and circulation. But simply establishing a patent route for oxygen delivery to the lungs, and enough cardiac output to move that oxygen to vital organs and tissues, isn't always enough to save many trauma victims. This is where Scientology comes into play.

Since March of 2007, one month after that fateful accident, Beverly Hills ambulances have carried Hubbard Electropsychometers, more commonly known as E-Meters, so that when life is on the line they don't have to wait for Cruise, who may be busy saving orphans from a burning building or battling evil hoards of psychiatrists at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, to arrive with his custom made Mark VII Super Quantum E-meter. And the move has certainly payed off.

A recent study of trauma victims brought to the Beverly Hills Hospital Emergency Department found that accident victims undergoing auditing processes at the scene presented with 50% fewer engrams, 70% fewer incidents, and a jaw-dropping 85% decrease in implants when compared to those brought in by family members or by non-Scientologist paramedics. Mortality rates, as well as measures of other non-Scientology related morbidity outcomes, were equivalent.

The overwhelming success of Scientology in treating trauma victims in his own backyard of Beverly Hills has inspired Tom Cruise to bring his message to the rest of the country, and eventually the world. During a recent visit to Washington, to urge a group of high ranking government officials to support his push for the implementation of Scientology based trauma protocols in hospitals nationwide, Cruise revealed that ‘‘It’s rough and tumble, and it’s wild and woolly and it’s a blast. It’s a blast. It really is fun, because there is nothing better than going out there and fighting the fight and, suddenly you see, things are better."


rlbates said...

He makes it all so clear, doesn't he?

Spaceboy Spif said...

I jus' think it is creepy when he gets a new eye. Yuk.

RBH said...

Shucks. I've been running on a volunteer emergency squad for more than 30 years, and we've never once been able to get rid of 50% of engrams. [shakin' head]

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