Superstar actor and Church of Scientology member Tom Cruise is a high-ranking Church official and he's on a mission to save people from the aliens that live inside of all of us, according to a new book.On a mission: Tom Cruise, here in a scene in Mission: Impossible II, is one of the highest-ranking members of the Church of Scientology and apparently believes he must save the planet from aliens living inside us Both the Church and Miscavige have issued a robust denial of the allegations made in Going Clear: Scientology, Hollywood & the Prison of Belief, which will by published by Knopf on January 17 with a reported print run of 150,000 copies.‘It is important to note that Wright's British publisher had second thoughts, choosing not to publish Wright's book after being informed of the numerous inaccuracies and defamatory lies it contains that were told to Wright by a handful of bitter and discredited former Scientologists.’Wright’s highly-anticipated book is based on his 2011 New Yorker article ‘The Apostate’, for which he interviewed the screenwriter and director Paul Haggis about his decision to resign from the organisation.There is a long history of SF novels about interstellar free traders eking out a marginal existence on the fringes of the huge trader corporations, from Andre Norton's Solar Queen novels to the Space Angel series by John Maddox Roberts.
Cruise's 'renewed dedication' to Scientology following the breakdown of his near 10-year marriage to Nicole, resulted in Miscaviage and the actor becoming 'closer than ever', as the book alleges the church leader flew with Cruise in the Warner Bros.
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They claimed that the church discovered aspiring actress Nazanin Boniadi, a 25-year-old Iranian-born, London-raised beauty whose mother was also a Scientologist.
However the Vanity Fair claims were vehemently denied by Mr Miscavige and the Church who said: ‘The entire story is hogwash.
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