#BREAKING: Church of Scientology’s Facebook is getting hacked again. Here’s why
A few hours ago, I reported on a hack that was happening in the Church of Spiritual Technology (CST) of Scientology.
The hack was not in response to any new revelations, but rather to the Church’s attempts to cover up a problem that had plagued its social media presence for years.
In fact, the hack was apparently so serious that the Church decided to delete a bunch of the Churchs social media pages in an effort to stop the damage.
The Church was trying to maintain its image in the eyes of the world, and that meant deleting people’s social media accounts in a bid to keep its fans and followers happy.
In other words, the Church was simply trying to cover its tracks.
The news of the hack, and the Church deleting the Church social media account, was shocking enough that some of its members were taking to social media to vent their anger.
I reached out to the church and was told that the hack would be taken care of, and I was told the Church would release a statement on its official Facebook page.
I was disappointed that the church’s official Facebook account didn’t go down, but it was an opportunity to ask some questions about the hack.
After all, it was only a few hours after the hack happened, and it was very likely that some Church members had been logged into the churchs Facebook account and that the account had been compromised in some way.
I reached out via email to the CST, but was told by an email address that I needed to create a new account to contact them.
After a few minutes of emailing the email address and confirming the identity of the sender, the email was deleted.
I then reached out again to the email account and was informed that I had to create an account to reach them.
After creating an account, I sent an email to a number of email addresses and was directed to a page that had been set up in the church by its Facebook team.
I attempted to send the email to this account, but no response was received.
I tried another number, and when I tried again, the message was sent to another number.
After that, I tried the CSt’s official account, and again no response.
After reaching out to Facebook again, I was directed back to the official CST Facebook page to confirm the account was up and to ask a question about the account’s status.
After some time, the CSTD team sent me an email confirming that the email had been deleted and that I would have to create another account to talk to them.
The email had contained some information that was obviously wrong, but I had yet to see any concrete evidence of the hacker’s involvement.
Once I had done that, the next step was to create new accounts for my friends.
When I reached the official Church of CST account, my friend had already been added to the account, which seemed odd to me.
However, I knew that the CSTP account had a lot of fake followers that were just using fake names and I assumed that they were using the account to send out fake messages.
I wanted to create fake followers, but to do that I wanted them to be my friends too.
I had a new friend in mind, and after a few more tries, I created a new Facebook account with my friend’s name.
At this point, the account with the fake followers had already sent out about a hundred fake messages, but they didn’t even show up in my newsfeed.
The Church of Science is a religion that has been around for decades, and has been accused of using social engineering and other deceptive practices in order to gain followers.
Since the hack occurred, the church has deleted many of its social accounts.
The church is now trying to fix its Facebook page and make sure that it is still up and running.
If you are interested in reading more about the church, here is a list of the official church Facebook pages: Church of Science Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/churchofscience/posts/1618559912796977 Church of the Spiritual Technology Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/xzqyXs Church of the Scientific Revolution Facebook Pages: https: https://www,facebook.co/church of the scientific revolution/posts/?ref=ns_fb Church and Science is an independent organization dedicated to researching and writing about the history of Scientology, and this article is not a complete list of all of the Scientology websites that were hacked.
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