Tom Cruise loves being part of the world of Scientology. However, he is not the only one in his family who is obsessed with the cult. His children, Isabella Cruise, 28, and her younger brother Conner, 26, have taken “rock star” positions within the church and are on their way up to great success within the organization. Isabella recently accepted a promotion and wrote about it online while her brother is also a respected member of the Scientology community.
Isabella and Connor were adopted when Tom Cruise was married to Nicole Kidman. The couple divorced three years after the adoptions of both siblings went through. However, that has not stopped the children’s rise to the highest ranks of the religion.
Isabella recently took the role of the auditor in the religion, which is a major job that involves interviewing members to get them to reveal some of their darkest and dirtiest secrets. The point of the job is to get members of the church to reveal their personal shortcomings, so they can focus on them and improve themselves.
The church newsletter shared a post from Isabella, a few weeks ago that said, “This IS what I had been searching for. The missing piece. Suddenly everything began to make sense.”
Not only is Isabelle a rock star in the church of Scientology, but her younger brother Connor is also highly engaged with the church and is allegedly dating fellow Scientologist, Silvia Zanchi. Silvia is 26-years-old and hails from Italy but works with the Church’s Belleair mission, which is located in Clearwater, Florida.
Silvia belongs to a prominent family in Scientology is supposedly a great recruiter for the organization.
“Silvia is pretty, vivacious, very nice and gung ho about Scientology,” Mary Kahn, a former church member said about Tom Cruises’ son’s new girlfriend.
The church has revealed that Silvia Zanchi has reached to the level of the church’s secretive OT, or Operating Thetan. That means she is at the top.
Tony Ortega authored a book that exposed many of the problems within Scientology. His book is titled, “Battlefield Scientology: Exposing L. Ron Hubbard’s Dangerous Religion.”
In the book, Ortega claims that the increased visibility of the Cruises within the organization sends “a message to the rank and file that the celebrities are doing their part.”
Because Cruise’s children are getting rewarded, Ortega argues that shows how Tom Cruise himself is getting a lot of publicity and recruitment for the church.
During an interview with Page Six, Ortega said, “Going public in this manner adds up to the Cruise family showing support for (the religion’s leader) David Miscavige. Miscavige needs to shore up support for Scientology. The Cruises set an example, which is huge in terms of his holding onto wealthy donors.”
Because the religion considers Tom Cruise a “deity,” lower ranking members are encouraged to watch Cruise’s films many times over to show their support.
Cruise has been a member of the church since 1990 and is like a god to other members.
What do you think about the Cruises becoming more committed to Scientology?