Tom Cruise and John Travolta, along with church head David Miscavige have launched Scientology’s new building worth 145 dollars in Clearwater.
The building covering 377,000 square ft will host the faith’s ballyhooed “Super Power” program, Radar Online reported.
According to documents filed with the city and on the church’s website, the building includes an atrium, bookstore, chapel, dining facility, offices, course rooms and hundreds of small rooms for “auditing.”
The “Super Power” program is said to be located on the fifth floor, where specially designed machines will be used to sharpen church members’ “perceptics.” For example, a motion quadrant will spin an individual around to improve their sense of compass direction, while another machine will check one’s magnetic sense.
Fundraising for the program began in the early 1990s. Some former members have claimed that the church took so long to finish the project as a “shill” to continue raising money. The church has denied that accusation.
It’s also unclear how much members will have to pay to take part in the “Super Power” program, but the church’s auditing sessions can reportedly cost up to $1,000 per hour.