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Scientology-ship is in the Caribbean seems to be under quarantine

"It is for a Scientologist, the culmination of a deeply spiritual journey." It says So on the website of the Scientology sect. Is meant to be a trip with the cruise ship Freewinds, which is part of Scientology, and now seem to be under quarantine. The approximately 300 persons on Board should go on the Caribbean island of St. Lucia from the Board. The authorities of the island state have prevented all of this but due to a measles case on Board.

In a video address to the Head of the health authority of St. Lucia, Dr. Merlene Fredericks, said James, that all passengers are prohibited to leave the ship. Since Monday, the quarantine regulation shall apply. Media agree according to reports, the authorities did not want to call the name of the ship.

Victor Theodore, a member of the coast guard, told the NBC News that it was the free winds. He identified it as the same ship, the Scientology announced on its Website. The Website Marine Traffic, according to the international ship traffic track, was the free winds on Thursday afternoon, moored in the port of Castries, the capital city of St. Lucia.

"days of Reflection" on the sea

The 134-metre-long ship, according to Scientology, its home port in Curaçao, a Caribbean island state. Since 1988, the vessel should be in operation. High-Scientology-members, it offers the website of the sect, according to "religious Retreats" in the Caribbean. The member's participation in the Caribbean's travel would mean "the most significant spiritual achievement of his life and the full experience of his immortality," writes the sect. US actor Tom Cruise, a leading member of a sect, was already several times a guest on the free winds. In 2004, he is said to have celebrated his birthday.

As reported by NBC News, is to leave the ship, the island on Thursday. According to the authorities, the station, could it be not prevented.

In the official position of Scientology in the U.S. media is cited opinions that there are no recommendations for or against the measles vaccinations. Some well-known Scientologists, including Actresses Jenna Elfman and Kirstie Alley, in social media, but already strongly against vaccinations. (Editorial Tamedia)

Created: 02.05.2019, 17:25 PM

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