Talk:Office of Special Affairs

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Here are some tasks awaiting attention:
  • Article requests: Add some images to the article:
    • A free image/sketch of how OSA fits into the Department 20 in the Scientology Org-Chart.
    • Image of an OSA building, or a free image of a hired private investigator in action, "security guards" with cameras, etc.
    • Other free images or detailed fair use rationale images.
    • Cleanup: Standardize all of the citations with Wikipedia:Citation templates, for uniformity of presentation.
    • Expand: Expand History subsection, with citations from reputable secondary sourced material.
    • Add some analysis of the organization and its purposes from scholarly/academic reputable sources.
    • Update: Add some references to OSA in current reputable sources, current actions of the organization, references to it in media/press.

The Masonic Program needs to be in included[edit]

Nancy Many confirmed the existence of this upper level loyalty program in her recent television interview. The existence of this program also indicates, due to it's extremely bizzare nature, that the Fishman Affidavit OT8 WAS most likely the original version of OT8, as it clearly is complemented by the Masonic program, intended as a test to see which scientologists were ready to receive the final OT level, which apparently at the time taught that, in Many words, "L. Ron Hubbard was on level with Jesus Christ and Buddha". Colliric (talk) 08:09, 28 August 2013 (UTC)