What is the difference between Sea Org and Scientology?

What is the difference between Sea Org and Scientology?

The Sea Organization (also known as the Sea Org) is a Scientology organization, which the Church of Scientology describes as a “fraternal religious order, comprising the church’s most dedicated members”. All Scientology management organizations are controlled exclusively by members of the Sea Org.

What companies are run by Scientologists?


  • 2.1 Association for Better Living and Education International.
  • 2.2 Author Services Inc.
  • 2.3 Bridge Publications, Inc.
  • 2.4 Citizens Commission on Human Rights.
  • 2.5 Delphi Schools, Inc.
  • 2.6 Hubbard College of Administration.
  • 2.7 International Foundation for Human Rights and Tolerance.
  • 2.8 L. Ron Hubbard Library.

When did Mark Rinder leave Scientology?

From 1982 to 2007, Rinder served on the board of directors of CSI and also held the post of executive director of its Office of Special Affairs, overseeing the corporate, legal and public relations matters of Scientology at the international level. Rinder left Scientology in 2007.

What do Sea Org members do?

The Sea Org came along after Scientology, in 1967, initially operating from several ships. The group essentially serves as the managerial arm of the church; its members live together in communal compounds, wear uniforms, work for minimal wages, and supervise church operations. It is run with military precision.

How many Scientologists are there in the US?

It’s hard to say exactly how many people practice Scientology in the U.S. Many critics suggest that there are between 25,000 and 55,000 active Scientologists, but the church’s website claims growth of more than 4.4 million adherents each year.

What does Mike Rinder do for a living?

Television presenter
Mike Rinder/Professions

How old is Mike Rinder?

66 years (April 10, 1955)Mike Rinder / Age