His eval of the upper OT levels is completely wrong.
The upper OT levels aren't like the bible, it's not a story to be told like the bible.
It's a scientific method to handle your own case, your own past lives.
Here's an example
“from, implanting, Las Palmas, crime”
First when you read this, it doesn't make sense, it's not a story, it's his case that he's handling while going wholetrack ie past life memories pre earth, before earth.
If you just go off this, you'll get it wrong every time.
If you are auditor trained you'll understand it. Tony Ortega is not auditor trained.
Leah Remini is not auditor trained, Mike Rinder is not auditor trained, Marc Headley is not auditor trained etc etc.
This is how case works, he was trying to figure shit out ie document his case while it's happening and if he was going wholetrack, implanting could be OT3 lifetime 700 and Las Palmas could be OT3 lifetime 200 and crime could be OT2 lifetime 459.
It's also 1 word, you can't read too much into it or you'll go psychotic while going wholetrack. Psychos go off one words and read into everything and then get stuck there computing up a storm trying to figure it out and can't cause it's not their case.
This is a built in safeguard of crossing the wall of fire, going wholetrack etc etc.
I experienced a similiar thing. Not the Xenu thing but with the one words etc etc.
Everybody's case ie past lives is different and you can't cookie cut anybody's past lives.
A psych now ie nazi psychiatry couldn't comprehend this, they're pill pushers, only real psychs could comprehend this.
If this country didn't embrace nazi psychiatry, you would have people who could comprehend this and understand it.
Pill pushers just label and dispense psych drugs.
What Tony Ortega is doing here is invalidating this with his wrong evaluation with the intent to have people not get involved with this religion. That's his intent for more then one reason. He's an idiot. Tony Ortega also didn't go to the copyrights office and get all of the upper OT levels. He didn't do his due diligence. So his eval in a court of law would be considered defamation and bordering on hate crimes. He doesn't want it to make sense to anybody, if it doesn't make sense he can label it a waste of time and money ie trash it online, he can invalidate it easily and try to stop people from getting involved in this religion, stop them from obtaining their own spiritual freedom and become famous for doing this. That's his intent.
Tony is also quite hostile and angry:
And so what’s our grand conclusion?
1. L. Ron Hubbard was utterly, completely full of shit. None of this stuff matters in the least.
2. However, it is problematic to say that generations of Scientology scholars have somehow made a big mistake by using the spelling “Xenu,” which clearly Hubbard used himself.
So that’s our take on the matter, and again, we hope no one’s nose gets out of joint.
His grand conclusion is bullshit, it's been taken out of context so he can invalidate it and look like an expert. He's quite angry and hostile and mean.
Unfortunately Tony Ortega won't be bypassing eternal damnation and once he's dead, how ever he dies into this rock ie hell he goes for all eternity.
He doesn't help scientologists that are victims of this church, he blows them off, he only helps anti scientologists for his format and agenda and that's not real journalism. He's just a bozo.