When you reach a certain level in the “Scientology religion,” you’re allegedly so powerful, that you become immune to many diseases, including cancer. That’s what countless former Scientologists claim. And that was the “high level” where Kelly Preston and Kirstie Alley were ranked when they died of cancer. So, clearly, something isn’t adding up. I don’t know all that much about Scientology, but former members say they’re supposed to be “super beings” who don’t succumb to depression or other horrible things we earthly mortals suffer with.
And while most of us realize that’s a bunch of hooey, sadly, some folks get caught up in the nonsense and end up in a lot of pain. And that’s what this story is about. This one very high-ranking Scientologist, recently killed herself in the most brutal way possible because she could no longer deal with all the diseases and depression that were plaguing her body.
She didn’t have “superpowers” even though she had reached the highest level possible in Scientology.
Radar Online reported that a high-ranking member of the Church of Scientology passed away in a suspected suicide after lighting herself on fire and shooting herself, RadarOnline.com has learned.
Whitney Mills, 40, reportedly shot herself to death on May 12 of this year after attempting to burn herself alive in Clearwater, Florida.
She was pronounced dead two days later and was suffering from a number of serious health issues – including Lyme disease and depression – leading up to her passing.
Mills also reportedly had a tumor on one of her ovaries but refused to have the mass surgically removed.
According to Daily Mail, the Scientologist real estate reached the highest level of Scientology – Operating Thetan Level 8 – in 2019.
Not only do Operating Thetan Level 8 Scientologists allegedly believe they can control energy, matter, time and space, but they also allegedly believe they are immune to diseases such as Lyme disease, depression and cancer.
Mills’ brother reportedly found his sister in her Clearwater apartment incapacitated from a self-inflicted gunshot wound shortly after May 12. He also reportedly noticed the smell of burning hair, suggesting Mills lit herself on fire before shooting herself to death.
Upon an investigation into Mills’ death, the Clearwater Police Department found that the deceased had shared a text message exchange with another high-ranking church member – Albertina Mejias – asking for “advice” before her passing.
“I wish it wasn’t in my brain,” Mills reportedly texted Mejias, referencing what she believed was Lyme disease. “It’s so annoying that I have it so bad, and so bad mentally.”
“The d of p wants me to come in for an interview,” she added, referencing Scientology’s Director of Processing – the person who oversees and administers auditing sessions.
What she should have done was gone to a hospital immediately, to get some help for her pain and her depression. This is a very sad story of how some people can get roped into evil things, under the promise of power and wealth.
In the end, it’s just not worth it.
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