Cults use a thought stopping tactic called "slogans" and "special" language to protect and retain the members they manage to attract through promotion by its members and by being enabled by a "central office" in their general area and a "main office" in a large marbled building that coordinates all of the cult members below them. With Scientology, the "main office" is in Clearwater, Florida at the Fort Harrison Hotel where plans are coordinated for world domination. With the cult of Alcoholics Anonymous, the "main office" is at the Interchurch Center on 475 Riverside Drive in New York which does the same thing. Both cults promote their growth and claim it is a policy of "attraction" and not "promotion" and it is the just a "choice" and the prospect can always just leave. The cult of Alcoholics Anonymous does have one advantage though, it is the preferred cult of the US Judiciary and community control officers of that country. Are the slogans of Alcoholics Anonymous, taught by various AA Intergroups portable to other cults? Bear in mind that cults have different "special" language dictated from the scripture of the cult leader so you have to change them a little.
It is suggested that you try Scientology for 90 meetings in 90 days.
If you don't do the 90 meetings in 90 days in Scientology, your aren't really trying.
Scientology has helped millions of people worldwide.
The millions of people in Scientology can't all be wrong.
Scientology isn't extraterrestrial, it's Religious.
How can you say anything is wrong with Scientology if you haven't even read Dianetics?
Read Dianetics and you will understand that Scientology isn't the way you think.
Scientology is not a cult like Alcoholics Anonymous.
Some people need their brains washed in Scientology.
Scientology is the Religion of the stars.
Can you think of other slogans in Alcoholics Anonymous that are portable to Scientology?