John Travolta has put scientology back to the death of his wife

He has sworn loyalty to the church of scientology in 1975. But some precepts are complicated to follow, especially in times of illness and mourning. When he lost his wife, Kelly Preston, John Travolta has thanked the medical teams who had attempted the rescue of the cancer. “My family and I will be eternally grateful to the doctors and nurses of the MD Anderson Cancer Center and all other facilities that have helped us,” he wrote on July 12, 2020 on the social networks, at the time of the tragedy.

John Travolta is sent to the best hospital in all of the United States, located in Houston, Texas, to try to save his wife. The problem is that scientology is not valid absolutely no this kind of treatment. L. Ron Hubbard, its founder, was staunchly opposed to chemotherapy and radiotherapy. During a speech given in 1959, it was explained that the cancer was the logical consequence, in a second time, a “reversal of the dynamic or of a sexual nature, such as the loss of a child.” And as you probably know, the couple lost a son, Jett, in 2009…

It passes or it breaks

To Jeffrey Augustine, a former member of the religious community, the position of John Travolta is courageous and unequivocal. “It shows that he takes a step back from the church, he said to the Daily Mail. It is extremely painful to lose his wife. He will have to grieve, it is human. And nothing is said about this in the declarations of the church of scientology. While it is essential. He prefers to occupy himself, it’s very personal for him. It’s a bit like if he said that he did not need the church, right then and there. Because he would have heard anything other than ‘You’ve lost Jett, this is why Kelly has had cancer’.” Hope that forgiveness is also part of the rules that the church of scientology requires its members…