After years of keeping a relatively low profile, Isabella Cruise is now being groomed to become a Scientology superstar with so-called super powers.
New Idea has learnt that as well as recently taking up a new position in the church as an auditor, Tom Cruise’s 26-year-old daughter is being mentored so she has what Scientologists believe are super-human powers.
Like her father, Isabella has completed the Scientology Super Power course which will help her rise to the top of the ladder at the secretive religious organisation.
The woman revealed to be Bella’s constant supervisor and guide when it comes to becoming a senior level Scientologist is Natasha Gharbawi, 31, an aspiring actress who’s starred in a number of plays, low-budget films and commercials.
According to former members, she’s also known as “the hottest babe in Scientology” and has been friends with Bella since they were pupils together at the church’s flagship school, Delphian School in Oregon.
Natasha, a senior auditor, comes from a family of high achieving Scientologists. Her mother Evelina Mirceska is one of the most important church members in the UK.
Natasha’s family has spent hundreds of thousands on courses in the UK and Florida and are regularly acknowledged by the church as “Scientology Crusaders” for donating thousands of dollars each year.
The Super Power course, which reportedly costs $42,000, includes perception tests which take place in the Clearwater Super Power Building in Florida, which opened in 2013.
Bella’s younger brother, Connor, 24, is also rapidly rising through the ranks, thanks to his famous father and also his girlfriend, Silvia Zanchi. Like Connor, Zanchi’s a second generation believer and is known as a zealous recruiter.
Nicole Kidman opened up about her older children’s controversial beliefs last October, insisting that it was her job to give them unconditional love.
She said, “They are able to make their own decisions. They have made choices to be Scientologists and as a mother, it’s my job to love them.”
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