Church of Scientology Now Considers Actor Tom Cruise a ‘Deity’


My soul waits for the Lord, and in His Word I hope
Tom Cruise lives in fiction, in the box office and in real life.

The “Mission Impossible” star has long been a fixture in the mysterious Church of Scientology. In fact, famous defector Leah Remini, host of the hit A&E series “Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath,” once described him as second in line to church leader David Miscavige, whom believers regard as “the savior of the free world.”

Now, according to a report from Page Six, Cruise is officially “considered a deity within Scientology.”

While Cruise hasn’t been very public about his church membership in recent years, he was spotted earlier this month at the organization’s so-called “spiritual mecca” in Clearwater, Florida, where Miscavige hosted a celebration for what is the most important day on the church’s calendar, late founder L. Ron Hubbard’s birthday.

The 56-year-old celebrity is of nearly unparalleled importance to Scientologists.

It was recently revealed to Page Six that lower-level church members are often bused out to see Cruise’s movies, often more than once. Church leaders also purchase tickets to the latest installments in both the “Jack Reacher” and “Mission Impossible” franchises.

Former Scientologist Bree Mood, who defected a few months ago, told the outlet: “Tom Cruise was a god in the lower ranks . . . every time a Tom Cruise movie came out, they’d buy all his tickets. It could be 500, 1,000, up to 2,500 people. I’m not kidding.”

News of Cruise’s absurd — even fictional — “deification” comes the same week it was reported his daughter Isabella, whom he adopted with ex-wife Nicole Kidman, is emerging as a recruiter for the cultish organization.

In a lengthy testimonial, Cruise’s daughter, who goes by Bella, has claimed her “auditing adventure” saved her life by instilling within her the sense of meaning she “had been searching for.”

“We all need to do this,” she wrote of her experience. “It’s hard work…but it is worth everything, because you will get through.” Bella also thanked her father, writing she “would have drowned in my own problems if you hadn’t been there to [support] me.”


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Tom Cruise being considered "deity" would be laughable if it weren't so sad. It's incredible anyone would buy into this nonsense. Yet, they do. Cruise being considered as second in line to church leader David Miscavige, whom believers regard as “the savior of the free world.” Absolute insanity!:doh


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It baffles my mind to believe that people can be brainwashed into this man-made nonsense. When you don't stand up for what is right, you will :faint2 fall for anything! That is what happens when you are open and gullible to stuff. They need to open The :bibleand find out the truth that leads to salvation not made up by man inspired by the Holy Spirit-God given!:amen


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I see another glimps of the future here.
If people are this gullible, and see a deity because he is handsome and smiles pretty,
then the coming Man of Sin will have a field day. Like meek sheep the masses will embrace him.
(And to avoid misunderstandings: no I don’t think Cruise is the AC)

But the LORD said unto Samuel, Look not on his countenance, or on the height of his stature; because I have refused him: for the LORD seeth not as man seeth; for man looketh on the outward appearance, but the LORD looketh on the heart. (1 Sam. 16:7)

Andy C

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Toady I have a headache, took Advil , had a nap, now I start reading and the first 2 stories I read are Louis Farrakhan says he is Jesus and now Tom Cruise is deity, think I will go back to bed
This post made me laugh out loud.

Indeed, times are crazy, but the love of the Lord, and the Grace He offers to all, well thats crazy to say “no” to.


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The deity has already been taken. You are no where as special as The Father, Son, and Holy Ghost(Spirit). Considering something doesn't make it so. It is like these 2 words opinion, and fact. People can have opinions, but that doesn't make it a fact.


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Louis Farrakhan and Tom Cruise in one sentence. Need I say more. Thank you for clarifying this. Like it has been keeping up at night, wondering which idiot thinks he is a "god". People are so lost! Jesus help them, because I think I am going to be sick!