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The head of the article featured an automated "blacklisted link" warning for belfastdianetics.co.nr. As this link is now dead anyway, it seems appropriate to delete not only the link but also the blacklist warning. GodaiNoBaka (talk) 19:33, 2 October 2013 (UTC)
The article title is problematic considering the fact that while all FreeZone practitioners are "Independent Scientologists" to the extent that they refer to themselves as Scientologists, but not all "Independent Scientologists" are linked to the FreeZone. This includes David Mayo's "Advanced Ability Center" from the early 1980s that was the first actual group to identify itself as being independent from the Scientology organization. "FreeZone" was coined by "Captain" Bill Robertson who came up with an entirely new "Bridge" (not to mention claiming that Earth was under siege by the evil forces of the Galactic Confederacy and he was able to communicate with Hubbbard telepathically, who he believed was dead and in another galaxy, whereas in reality Hubbard was still alive) and and it still dominated by the Robertson-affiliate groups like Ron's Org. The so-called "independents" generally practice the same exact "Bridge" as official Scientology. So there should be either two articles for each, or conversely, a more neutral and factually accurate title. Laval (talk) 08:51, 14 June 2015 (UTC)
Makes sense. "Independent Scientologist" seems like the best option. Is Scientologist a trademark? Does that matter? Probably not. Grayfell (talk) 09:07, 14 June 2015 (UTC)