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Write up on My Mum and her attitude towards me and Scientology
DATE: 2010-05-21 22:25:35
TO: Jane Fraser (firstname.lastname@example.org),CF BHM (email@example.com)
SUBJECT: write up for folder
Copy for you, also being given to the SSO BHM.
Write up for Central Files
We have now had a series of visits where we either went down to see my mum and dad, or they came up here to see us. These all went very well, and although the first couple were strained, things are much better now.
Originally the problem may have stemmed from my skin illness last year that she saw and also she observed that I was always sleeping, and looked tired and unhappy.
All of the past 4 occasions I have seen her she has commented on how well I look, so that appears to be handled, and I do for the most part feel happier and less “stressed” than I was last year.
My dad recently helped me with a finance cycle, and he is currently paying my loan for me, and while I am looking to improve my income, he has said that he is ok with doing that for me, although it is understood that this will not be indefinitely, and the money will be paid back. The loan is for £6,500 and is £150 per month. I owe £600 to my dad in payments (Feb, March, April, May). My mum has only said that she does not want me to get into that much debt again, I have promised not to do so.
In the most recent visit, mum and dad came up here for the weekend launch of the Midlands art centre and we visited this together, the day was cold, but we had a good walk around went on the ride on train in cannon hill park, and had a bite to eat. This went well and built on the ARC that had been built up over past few visits. Only challenge was when Cameron Hit my dad in the private parts when they were leaving as he did not want them to go home. After some 2WC it seems to be all ok. Mum just commented that perhaps Cameron needed some more “Ground Rules”.
She did mention that she thought he was “ruling my life” previously, and that she was glad to hear that things were different now. I explained that when he first came home from Intensive care I was a little more liberal with him, to allow him to feel like he could have control over his own environment, and his own things, but that he was making o progress understanding and appreciating what good discipline was.
Prior to this we went down to see them on Easter Sunday in London by train, and we went on the London Eye, with the help of my sister blagging free entry as she used to work for Merlin Entertainments (company that owns the Eye)
We saw my sister Carina, brother Dominic, Mum, and Dad. It was a good day and mum sent a gushing text saying how lucky she and my dad were. No mention of being concerned about scientology, or my working hours or anything like that.
Prior to this visit we had a comm cycle about my work, and she voiced her concern over that fact that I was “better than that” working at a cinema. However when I was at the coffee shop and hotel she was worried over hours being long and that I was being “put on” by management to do more than was necessary.
However, in present time we spoke briefly the other day, and she has ordered a copy of Cameron's school photo. She also sends me emails regularly with job suggestions from job sites. This is as she knows I am looking for alternative work.
My brother goes off to Canada for a year at the end of the month and My mum is struggling to come to terms with this, she is however very happy that my brother Steve is coming back from SA at the end of July, as his wife has got a good job as a radiographer in a London Hospital. He emigrated 3 or 4 years ago, and has always said that he is coming back. My mum has commented however that she seems destined to never have her family all together again as one of us is off in another country at one time or another.
She has said that Carina speaks to her every day, or at least every week, and that us boys are not very good at doing that.
I recall that even when I had a great job in radio she was always obsessing over the fact that I was being “put on” or taken for granted on the hours and work I was doing. In the same token though, when she was the legal secretary at a solicitors firm that did MOD cases she never got home before 10pm and did loads of extra hours and tasks because she enjoyed it and was being well paid to do the work.
She floats up and down the tone scale very easily, and keys in the loss of her mum and dad very easily, she has said that she feels she must be a bad mother because all of her kids are living as far away as possible. However in the same breath she will admit that she was the one who told Steve to go to SA after Yvette, whom he later married.
So she needs constant reassurance that we love her and that she and dad did a good job. There were big fights, especially between me and my dad, but pretty much all of that is now water under the bridge. She has said several times that she feels she lost me years ago. And to a certain degree that is true, but then again the contents of my confessional and my PC folder are the real reason I went out of comm with them. I have tried to handle this with her, but she seems determined to carry that “guilt” to her grave.
All in all, it's very much more positive now, and really the key is to maintain a good roads, good weather handling per the HCOB, and maintain good comm and regular visits.
This is True,
Chris Wrapson (21/05/10)
To: CHRIS WRAPSON
Sent: Wednesday, 8 June, 2011 14:13:03
Subject: Hi Chris
Hi! How are you?????
I heard about your appearance in the local newspaper in EG for enforcing age rules. Good on you!
So...how are things in EG? Are you on service at the hill? How is little Cameron?
Would be great to hear from you?
SUBJECT: Re: Hi Chris
Congratulations on being the PPO, I seem to remember you were good on that post a while back no?..... when the org was in Albert street was it?...
yes another paper appearance here too....
all good... could do with more money... life is good down here but so are the prices and cost of living.... so no better off, but happier so not too shabby.
doin my extension course yes.
cam is good thanks... quite a character.
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DATE: 2010-08-29 21:29:47
TO: CF BHM (email@example.com)
SUBJECT: Chris Wrapson IAS FDSM
This is just a note to say that I am still an active IAS Field Disseminator, but
have in actual fact moved to Forest Row, just round the corner from Saint Hilll
and East Grinstead.
I would like to thank everyone that made a real game of it while I was the
membership Officer in Birmingham and we made a lot of difference in the world
with what we did. I was thrilled to hear that Birmingham met it's quota at the
I look forward to seeing you down in East Grinstead or in actual fact at saint
IAS Field Disseminator
ps: it's still totally ok to give donations to the IAS through me.
SUBJECT: Chris's IAS Update
DATE: 2010-05-21 23:04:38
TO: Christopher Wrapson [firstname.lastname@example.org]
SUBJECT: Chris's IAS Update
Just this week 3 stories of how a mentally ill person pleaded diminished responsibility for killing a loved one or relative or police officer, no mention of the drugs this person was on or how the side effects are linked to the murderous thoughts.
Also a story that TB is the latest drug-beating disease that has now reached pandemic proportions.
Only we have the truth and only we are the ones that are exposing the fraud, lies, and downright criminal activity of Psychiatry and Big Pharma alliance.
Please keep up the support for the IAS and make this week a great week for the freedom of mankind.
Total freedom is the game we are playing.
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Veronica Tupholme - was head teacher at Greenfields School. She has now done her SP/PTS Course - she knows how to confront and shatter surpression!!!!one
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Sex: Female Birthday: February 17 Hometown: London, United Kingdom"Suffragette": Making men understand that Women's Rights are here to stay so thay might as well get used to it, making men understand that just because the above is true that they can't go around not standing up when we enter a room or failing to open doors for us,Interests: Quoting Oscar Wilde at unsuspecting strangers, embarrassing my children in public as often as possible, usually by singing Phantom of the Opera or pretending to be BeyonceFavourite Movies: Godfather part II, Bugsy Malone - we all need a guilty pleasure, Bram Stoker's Dracula, Pulp Fiction, the Four Feathers, Momento, Underworld - this could go on all day....Favourite Books: Wuthering Heights, Atonement and the Complete Works of Oscar Wilde - as one must always have something sensational to read on the train
From the Greenfields School photo gallery here
I went thru the pics and made a list of the names I recognized as people who later ended up in the sea org.
Doesn't mean they are still in now, but some of them are, and some of them were there for whatever length of time and then left.
I'm sure there are many more who ended up as staff, these are just the ones I know of/remember names from those you have listed in the pics...
So here's the list:
Those who ended up at the compound in Hemet, CA:[Load more....]
Mark McQuade used to be in the Sea Org at Saint Hill UK. He was married to Brenda McQuade who remained on staff when he left and they divorced.
"He would get so mad with his pupils that gobs of spit would fly across the room" - vivid memories of former pupils at Greenfields.
his photography site: http://mcq-photos.co.uk/
This man has NO TEACHING QUALIFICATIONS. He puts "MA Oxon" after his name; he bought this title. Former pupils (who have now grown up) have told me that he used to SCREAM at children and throw hissy fits frequently.
He cofounded Greenfields School with Margaret Hodkin
McQuade had a relationship with one of his pupils, Miri Guy. He later married her. McQuade is a senior Scientologist; his behaviour cannot be questioned by anyone in a lower [Scientology] rank.
This wasn't the only pupil that he married! He married Nicola Tuppholme. She was his student for like four years. And she is the daughter of Veronica Tuphulme.
McQuade was in a relationship with Shiona Foxnes (another teacher)(who later died from cancer). She resigned from the Church - she was disgusted by the cult's abuses. McQuade wanted to carry on using her for sex, but an RTC mission went in and ordered him to severe ties with her. He was mortified.
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I have been a Scientologist for 22 years* and this practical useable philosophy has become part of my life. I know my life has been more successful and fulfilling because of the tools that this has given me. One of the biggest things Scientology did for me is to save my marriage which would not have survived without the help of counselling we received. Further than that it gave us the knowledge of how to make our mortgage work in the future and recently celebrated 21 years with my wife - how many people can say that these days. We have also had difficult times with our kids as they grew up, but LRH has many helpful things to say about bringing up children which have certainly enabled us to overcome these problems. In my job I find the application of Ron Hubbard's writings about organizations and work have definitely helped me be more productive and just better at doing what I do. The Counselling I have received has also freed me of many "demons" from the past and I have changed from a shy, withdrawn youth to an outgoing friendly guy. Also I'm less upset by life and much calmer regardless of what life puts in my way. In truth I would be lost without his vital roadmap to living.
*My success (written in 2004)
Born July 23, 1957
Hello! I’ve been in Scientology for years. I used to be really quiet but now I am very happy & confident.
I have a wide circle of friends and have a busy life which is full of fun. I have learnt how to spot things in the environment which stop me from progressing, and I can handle them. It sounds wierd but I get whatever I want, too, so therefore life is extremely enjoyable. Sure there are the usual problems cropping up, but Scientology gives you the technology to handle them. When I read & hear about other peoples’ problems I think ’’Phew!, thank goodness I’ve got Scientology’’.
Born August 6, 1987
Aurora says ‘Give Scientology a Break’
Scientology isn't a cult. It doesn't say anything about "Xenu" or a "Galactic Federation". It doesn't say anything about a God or Jesus or any other forms of Dogma. No one eats placenta. And Tom Cruise isn't crazy for being a member. It isn't perfect, but it's well intentioned and there are plenty of people who feel they've been helped by it. Why should it be considered crazier than any multi-thousand-year-old religion with dogma? Seriously want to know the answer to "What is Scientology"? Maybe the best answer is one straight from the source: scientology.org
Written in 2004:
Hello, my name is Aurora Dallaserra, and here is a little bit about myself: My hobbies are horseback-riding, swimming & ice-skating. I live with my mother and brother. We are very happy. I love animals, I have three pets. I also like getting new clothes and I like sorting out problems even though I get in trouble sometimes
When I started in Scientology I didn't know what it was that made my mum's life change, because I was young. But my mum's life did change, she became beautiful and happy. When I was 8 years old my mum decided I should go on course so I did. It was then that my communication became better so I decided to carry on and my communication was better thanks to Scientology.
Birthday: 26 March 1978
Hometown: Blackheath, United Kingdom
Relationship Status: Married
About Me: I was born in Hamburg Germany, and moved to England when I was about 9 years old. Lived here ever since and recentlymoved to London where I am now working.
Favourite Books: I love Dianetics & Science of Survival by L. Ron Hubbard. I also love reading James Patterson
Interests: Helping other people, dancing, photography, singing (in the shower to myself only!), Hailey & Spike (my pet cat and dog)etc.
Fave music: I love rock, rock and more rock!
Employer: Work as a PA to a Steve Frost, property developer.
Julia's mobile - 07534991417
Greenwich Property Ltd.
Greenwich Property - Tel: 020 82974327, Her boss is Steve Frost - Mobile: 07966 200 161 email@example.com