Amy Winehouse recruited by the Scientology house in the hills

Posted: October 7, 2008 in Above the Fold, Denominational Fun, IJS, Snap, Crackle and POP Culture
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Yeah, uh, good luck with that one

Yeah, uh, good luck with that one

Just another reason to determine that Hollywood’s favorite “religion” is actually a man-made cult that extols the power of a mind over any semblance of faith is this vagarious story from OK! magazine.

I know, I know. Not really a citadel for printed righteousness. Just work with me here…

The UK’s Sunday Mirror says that the singer told friends she was called by a member of the Church of Scientology’s celebrity center in L.A., offering to work with her to get her life together.

If you are saved, the Holy Spirit led you to his presence through peace, his word and the grace of knowing your sins are forgiven. Scientology on the other hand? Ron Hubbard may have written the tasking himself because you have a staff flunkie who spends all day trolling these rags looking for the next voluble celebrity on the verge of a breakdown.

Well, good on ya’ Witling Wonder Boy. You found a doozie here – one so high that going to her concert makes you gain 15 pounds thanks to the munchies and an adoring hubby who has a lovely chateau in prison for popping pills like I do Starburst on an evening binge.

She’s in need of a blessing and a saving all right. However, that deliverance equates more humanism and getting transported into warp speed for Theology 101 is not how she will get it. Stick around. You’ll see. Next up, Kabbalah. And you have seen how well that did for Madonna, eh?

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