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Inside Scientology's Super Power Building... where worshippers of the controversial religion will be told they can become superhuman $90m centre due to open in Florida before end of year
By Daniel Miller

Last updated at 3:29 PM on 28th September 2011

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These space-age images show the inside of the Church of Scientology's new $90m (£57m) training centre where devotees of the controversial religion will be told they can develop superhuman abilities.
The Super Power Building in Clearwater, Florida, is due to finally open later this year after being beset by a long series of delays, which saw construction halt and costs spiral.
The imposing structure, a bizarre cross between a Mediterranean-style hotel and the Starship Enterprise, boasts 889 rooms, an indoor running track and Nasa-style training equipment to help worshippers boost their 'theta' power.
 Spin doctors: Scientology's new training centre boasts an antigravity simulator - a gyroscope that spins trainees around while blindfolded to boost their powers

 Space age: The $90m building is set to finally open this year after a long series of costly delays
 Modern: The building contains 889 rooms and has an indoor running track on the sixth floor

The Super Power course was developed by Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard and  promises to boost a person's perceptions or senses through a series of mental and physical tasks.
Scientologists believe that in addition to the five senses of hearing, sight, touch, taste and smell we have 57 additional abilities known as 'perceptics'.

These include an ability to sense blood circulation, balance, compass direction, temperature, gravity as well as an 'awareness of importance, unimportance.' 

In his writings Hubbard described the course as: 'A superfantastic, but confidential series of rundowns that can be done on anyone whether Dianetic clear or not that puts the person into fantastic shape unleashing the super power of a thetan.

'This is the means that puts Scientologists into a new realm of ability enabling them to create the new world. It puts world clearing within reach in the future.

'It consists of 12 separate high-power rundowns which are brand-new and enter realms of the tech never before approached.'
Hubbard had originally wanted to offer the course in 1978 but many of his staff who had been through the instructor training left the church on completion of the course.
In a written statement, church spokesman Ben Shaw said: 'Super Power is a series of spiritual counseling processes designed to give a person back his own viewpoint, increase his perception, exercise his power of choice, and greatly enhance other spiritual abilities.'

The building contains specially-developed equipment, which the church claims,'expands on the technology developed by Nasa to train astronauts'.
Among the most bizarre contraptions is the antigravity simulator - a gyroscope that spins a person around while blindfolded to improve their perception of compass direction.
Trainees will also be instructed to watch a special video screen that moves back and forth while flashing images to hone their abilities to identify subliminal messages.
It is not yet known how much super power training will cost. Some higher-level Scientology training courses are priced in tens of thousands of dollars.

The images, which were leaked on to the web, are believed to show artists' impressions of what the building will look like.
The project, which had an original budget of $24m (£15m), was stopped in 2003 after costs more than doubled because of rises in the price of steel and labour.

But after a major appeal to their members, which include celebrities Tom Cruise, John Travolta and Kirstie Alley, it was back on track and is due to be competed this year.
Actress Alley is described as a 'founding member' of the project and is reported to have made a donation of around $250,000 (£160,000).
But the delays prompted Clearwater Mayor Frank Hibbard to describe the building as 'an eyesore, surrounded by dirt and chain-link fence'.

The city's code enforcement board ordered the exterior, including landscaping and sidewalks had to be completed by early summer 2006.
But the work wasn't finished meaning the Scientologists were slapped with a series of $250 dollar fines, which by the end of 2006 had totaled more than $40,000 (£25,000).

 Exterior: The imposing 'Mediterranean Revival-style' building takes up an entire city block
 Grandiose: The main hall boasts tons of marble and sculptures depicting the various aspects of Scientology
 Pampered clients: The celebrity audit room is reserved for the religion's VIP clients
 Donor: Scientologist actress Kirstie Alley is reported to have made a $250,000 (£160,000) donation to the project
The church had announced the building would be ready for occupancy by late 2010, but no additional work took place.
Then, in June this year, it was reported that it had passed inspection and a Certificate of Occupancy had been obtained.
Visitors will be greeted by an imposing main lobby lined with austere bronze sculptures depicting various aspects of Scientology.
There are two museums: one in honour of the Scientologists' Sea Org association and another dedicated to the religion's founder, L. Ron Hubbard.
The sixth floor houses a full-size indoor running track and the complex also features dozens of audit rooms where Scientologists can test their abilities.
There is even a special VIP audit room reserved for rich donors and the religion's highly-prized celebrity devotees.
The building, which has been described as  'Mediterranean revival-style', also boasts a bookstore and a library as well as hundreds of course and study rooms.
It has a total of 447 windows and 42 bathrooms, plus a 1,140-seat dining room and two kitchens.
There is a bridge conveniently connecting the building to the Scientology-owned Fort Harrison Hotel on the other side of the street.
 Hot air: Towels are neatly laid out in one of the centre's immaculate new changing rooms

 Al-fresco: Trainees will be able to wind down by relaxing on the centre's impressive outdoor terrace

  Devotees: Tom Cruise opens a Church of Scientology in Madrid, Spain, while John Travolta and his wife Kelly Preston are both committed members

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2042730/Inside-Scientologys-Super-Power-Building--worshippers-controversial-religion-told-superhuman.html#ixzz1ZGJFdcXE
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  The real-life Hogwarts? Inside the secretive 'Scientology school' where students are taught through clay modelling and staring matches

 It is one of the most expensive boarding schools in the country and its alumni includes Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman's daughter.

But for years, the 'Scientology school', the Delphian, in Sheridan, Oregon has largely remained a mystery.

Now former students are speaking out about the controversial $42,000-a-year school where the unconventional curriculum includes learning through clay modelling and students are encouraged to report each other for breaches of the school's extensive list of rules.

 Secretive: The Delphian School, in Sheridan, Oregon, has largely remained a mystery since it was founded in the 1970s
The 250-student boarding academy, based in an old Jesuit monastery set on an 800-acre hillside campus, was founded by Scientologists in the 1970s.

It does not have academic accreditation and its unorthodox teaching methods, inspired by L Rob Hubbard, have been rejected by mainstream education experts.

In a series of interviews with The Daily, former students said that the curriculum is based around an invention of the Scientology founder called 'Study Tech'.

It revolves around three main principles – all educational problems arise from misunderstood words, abstract ideas need to be shown in pictures or clay to be understood, and students should not progress in a subject until they grasp each step.

Students, some of whom compared the school to Hogwarts in the Harry Potter stories, told the website that much of the learning comes through daily manual labour and hands-on tasks, with a particular focus on clay modelling.

 Learning: Students pay $42,000-a-year to attend the Oregon boarding school
 Picturesque: The 800-acre campus is set on a hillside in Oregon and has been compared to Hogwarts
The school also teaches through a series of 'training routines' or 'TRs'.

One example of a drill given was a task in which students are required to sit still for two hours and stare at each other.

If students flinch or slump they are made to start again.

Another drill called 'TR-7: High School Indoc' teaches students how to make people do what they are told.

'You learn to control your body, and to control other people's - so you don't feel shy about pushing someone, or getting someone to do what you need them to do,' one student told The Daily.

 Education: Former students said that the teaching involves drills called 'training routines', which include staring matches
 Tough: The school has a set of strict rules and the disciplinary system relies on peers reporting each other
'It starts simple. You tell him to look at the wall. If he doesn't, you try to make him look at the wall, physically.'

The school has a set of strict rules and the disciplinary system relies on peers reporting each other.

Sex and drugs are banned, along with casual Fridays, public kissing and facial hair.

Students called 'rovers' are responsible for helping to catch rule violators.

'It was a very fear-oriented student life,' one student who went to the school in the 1990s told The Daily. 'Students were encouraged to tell on other students.'

 Curriculum: Students said that much of the learning comes through daily manual labour and hands-on tasks, with a particular focus on clay modelling
 Mixed reaction: Former student both praised and criticised the school for its preparation for adult life
The names of students who have broken rules are listed on a sheet called the 'Golden Rod' along with details of their violations.

Many of the school's graduates have gone on to successful careers as computer programmers, designers and filmmakers.

Sky Dayton, the founder of Earthlink and Boingo, went to the school.
But others have complained that it left them unable to work in the outside world.

'I came out of that place barely speaking English. I'd be at home, and I felt so different from everyone in the wog world,' one student told The Daily, using the Scientology word for mainstream society.

The controversial school is soon to be accredited for the first time. It is in the final stages of becoming a member of the Pacific Northwest Association of Independent Schools.
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got to keep those thetans out.
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