Don't Send Your Kids To Narconon!
Posted: October 5, 2005, 8:12 PM


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http://stop-narconon.org/

http://www.shipbrook.com/jeff/CoS/narconon/

http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~dst/Narconon/scam.htm


Narconon is nothing but a cult that tries to get you to stay with them and drop all your ties to your family. Also the fact that not 1 licensed medical practitioner (just bogus students) are the ones who supposedly help you. And 5 hours in a sauna?!?
please parents read up on the links I posted and do some research for yourslef on narconon.. trust me it's the last place you want to send your kids.

Maybe this is the reason this program has been banned from just about every school system in N.america....
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Posted: October 5, 2005, 8:26 PM


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PlowKing,

We have always discouraged anyone who asks about their program, we know the deal, but thanks for the reminder.

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Posted: October 5, 2005, 9:22 PM


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Joined: September 14, 2004



Yes Narconon is Scientology, a fraud, a scam and a very expensive one at that.

The "treatment" is nonsense and based on pseudo-scientific clap-trap like saunas for sweating out toxins from opiates stored deep in body fat (opiates aren't stored in body fat).

I am sad to say that Narconon is advertising widely in Australia, and who is spreading the word? Non other than Celebrity Scientologists - What a Surprise!


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So I didn't.




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MotherW
Posted: October 6, 2005, 1:26 PM







You are right on!! Narcanon is a cult. I know a heroin addict who went there (forced due to my daughter leaving him and he had no money, but a wealthy aunt who was a Scientologist) and they tried giving him vinegar to cleanse him and they did the sauna thing, too. He got so bad they had to call 9-11 and rushed him to the hospital. He made it clear he did not want to go back to Narcanon, but they talked to his aunt and they were all pressuring him (he was of age - he was 26). He continued to say he would not go back and he detoxed 3 days at the hospital and then he had to leave, but Narcanon was refusing to bring him his bag of clothes. I even phoned there on his behalf, but they would not release the clothes. He wound up calling the police to get an escort to go and get his clothes. It was awful for the guy. You are so right that is just kids trying to detox the addict and all the while, they are forcing their believes on the addict. In fact, some of the kids had only been clean a very short time and they were working as counselors - c'mon!! Keep your addicts away from this place for sure!!
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Guest
Posted: December 7, 2005, 7:43 PM







bump for the new mom
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