Protester "DCAnon" slogged through a lot of junk to write this report in 2009
and many locations have closed
How many orgs and missions WERE there as I started protesting with Anonymous in
2008? According to
Fraser at Gold Base
: "We have, you know, 6,000 groups, churches, missions
internationally." In 2008, Tommy Davis told CNN that they had 7,500 orgs and
missions. Let's go to their official source and see what
This is just the official list from the Scientology site itself
as of April 8th, 2009. If you know any other orgs or missions, or if you see
any that have closed or moved, please let me know. I know I must have missed
a few with the sucky system they've got set up, so if you see one I've missed,
tell me! Feel free to check my research and my math.
There are a lot of countries I've never heard of before.
more Scientology centers listed in France than all of Canada.
has more Scientology centers listed than any other European country.
There are a disproportionately large number of Scientology centers in
Taiwan and Italy.
There are Scientology centers in only four African
Pakistan is the only Islamic nation with a Scientology
There are 1.6 billion people in China and not one Scientology
Gold Base in Hemet is not listed as a Scientology location
in the Scientology.org
search. Neither is ASHO ANZO Sydney. I had to add them separately.
There are more Scientology sites listed for California than any other
state in the US.
There are 17 US states without any official Scientology
There are 472* listed Orgs and Missions in the whole world
according to the official Scientology site
6,000 - 472 = 5,528 apparently
missing orgs/missions that are not officially listed by
If there are
8-10 million Scientologists in the world and 472 missions/orgs officially listed
by Scientology.org, there would have to be an average of 16,949 to 21,186 members
for every single mission and org in the entire world.
**Note, this number does include Gold Base
and ASHO ANZO buildings in California and in Sydney that were not listed by
the Scientology.org website but are
well documented to exist. Don't know why they are excluded from the Scientology