AOSH Canada

Discussion in 'Canada' started by Chuck Smith, Apr 20, 2010.

  1. Chuck Smith Member

    AOSH Canada

    Anyone heard anything about this place? Has anyone planned or had a raid there?

    Not only are they close to me now but its some kinda headquarters for them.

    AAAAHHHHHHH!!!!!!!! Now i have to move.

  2. TorontosRoot Member

    Re: AOSH Canada

    Add some tags dude, is it located in Toronto??
  3. Scatman Member

    Re: AOSH Canada

    Discussion about an Advanced Morgue in Canada has gone on since 1982.
    It has gone nowhere. If a building gets purchased, think real estate investment.
    There barely exists enough people to staff the operating Advanced Morgues in England, Denmark, Clearwater, Los Angeles, and Sydney.
    Why move? Sounds like another opportunity to raid the hell out of the scienazis.

  4. Chuck Smith Member

    Re: AOSH Canada

    It was called Hockley Highlands Inn and Convention Centre at one time. 190 aches, 5 bulidings of Scientology now. I have heard that there has been some activity there but not much more then that.

    I have done a little investigative work and it looks like the Bruce Trail ( a public trail) runs through part of the property. You can find a map online that shows the trail in relation to the buildings. I heard Scientology is attempting to have the trail re-routed around the property.

    Some marketing materials are also online for the facility itself.

  5. Anonymous Member

    Re: AOSH Canada

    "Heard"? A bit weak. Sauce?
  6. Chuck Smith Member

    Re: AOSH Canada

    Just joined and i broke a rule already.

    I did find this letter that was apparentlly sent to Town of Mono Council Members and to other officials in the area.

    I did speak to one councilor and he/she will be getting back to me on the contact that Scientology has had with officials. He/she did confirm he/she had been contacted by Scientology. I am not going to reveal this persons name but, i hope he/she will be able to provide me with some official documentation.

    If anyone has already tracked some of this info down please let me know.


    Sorry for the rule breaking. What is the difference between trying to stimulate conversation and Sauce?
  7. Anonymous Member

    Re: AOSH Canada

    It's not a rule as such Chuck, it's just some folks will always ask for source or dox on claims. Yes, it can be tedious sometimes but overall it's a good thing since it stops wild speculation and moonbat claims.

    Good work so far on what you're doing.
  8. DeathHamster Member

  9. DeathHamster Member

    Re: AOSH Canada

    Pre-CoS article on the property:
    Hockley Highlands Inn - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Of major importance is that as part of the Niagara Escarpment Protection Area, any change or development of the property is strictly controlled. CoS being CoS, they'll violate this big time, if they haven't already, and then they'll be in for a shock on how many political cat fights and special interest groups will land on them.

    The previous owner tried to get the property rezoned a number of times to allow changes to make the inn profitable and had no success. He was local, and dropped a lot of money on local charities and promotion. CoS won't stand a chance.
  10. DeathHamster Member

  11. Chuck Smith Member

    Re: AOSH Canada

    Death Hamster you rule!!!!

    Great info thanks!!!!

  12. DeathHamster Member

    Hmmm. You know, if they do have some 60 Sea Org living there, they sure keep quiet and they don't turn on any lights at dusk.

    Those two brownish buildings with all the inn accommodation, no lights on. (I didn't see all the sides of the buildings, so maybe they've got a little nook jammed in somewhere with a whole pile of bunk beds.)
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  13. Pique Member

    good reccy
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  14. Anonymous Member

    electricity costs money. just like toilet paper. bet they don't have TP either.
  15. DeathHamster Member

    They do have a light illuminating the road entrance. (And there was a car leaving.)
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  17. DeathHamster Member

    Btw, there are supposed to be 60-80 Sea Org stationed/locked up at the Advanced Org. Do they have OT powerz to see in the dark?


    I assume that if that's true, then they've taken a single building of the whole Hockley Highlands Inn complex, weatherized it, and jammed a whole bunch of bunk beds inside.

    Definitely dark when I left. Flash-lights are cool.

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  18. TorontosRoot Member

    It would be good to get some inside shots. Risky recon. :D
  19. DeathHamster Member

    I won't trespass or risk the Bruce Trail agreement, so that's unlikely. Imperial Probe Droids

    ....unless they accept a Camaragram for Mongo!
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  20. HellRazor Member

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  21. DeathHamster Member

    Any leaked news from the Saturday regging of the troops? (And where did they hold it?)


    UX:AOSH Canada
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  22. Quentinanon Member

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  23. DeathHamster Member

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  24. DeathHamster Member

    And regarding their Sea Org staff, imported from who-knows-where, I'll just drop this here:


    November 8, 2006
    An Immigration Primer for the Church: Obtaining Visas for Clergy, Religious Workers and Refugees
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  25. Quentinanon Member

    Annual seminar, eh? Something the RCMP and Customs ought to attend.
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  26. Quentinanon Member

    I would look at AOSH first, then Cambridge.
  27. DeathHamster Member

    That's the trouble. Nothing at the gate has changed since 2009, and finding out what's happening inside is tricky--by design, I'm sure.
  28. Quentinanon Member

    Or you could get actively inquisitive.

  30. TorontosRoot Member

  31. DeathHamster Member

    Yup. It would have been nice to see the grounds.
  32. TorontosRoot Member

    I second this.
  33. Triumph Member


    Former Ontario resort was supposed to become a Canadian Scientology headquarters The Church of Scientology’s new national retreat centre was supposed to open in 2012 after the organization purchased it in 2009 and went public with their plans in 2012. The faith, which boasts celebrity followers like Tom Cruise and John Travolta, is often accused of exploiting its followers for financial gain and is criticized for its beliefs, including its public rejection of psychiatry. The church was planning a significant overhaul of the resort which sits on more than 80 hectares of land and would allow Scientologists to establish a campus with five buildings totaling 160,000 square feet. “All told, it’s exactly what is required to assist Canadian Scientologists through the ultimate frontier at the top of the bridge to total freedom,” says the narrator in a promotional online video which has since been deleted. We were sent footage in 2016 of the resort, which looked much like it did in 2000, and in 2005, 2009 and 2012. It seems that the organization has given up on this piece of land, leaving it empty, open and with lights running. Be sure to subscribe & follow for more awesome adventures!

    here Is your recon
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  34. DeathHamster Member

    This is the same footage as the video last week, right?
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  35. Triumph Member

    same place...different footage..
  36. TorontosRoot Member

    The other camera guy! Two of them were staking out the place so that's likely why there's a second video.
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