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A British reporter has uncovered a secretive Scientology site he says is an 'alien space cathedral' that includes a massive message to UFOs.

The site, located in northeastern New Mexico, houses the writings of the shadowy religion's founder, L. Ron Hubbard, in a titanium-sealed bunker built to withstand a nuclear blast, BBC Panorama reporter John Sweeney writes in his new book.

An excerpt from Sweeney's book, "Church of Fear: Inside the Weird World of Scientology," appeared in Britain's The Sun newspaper.

In the book, Sweeney -- who is well known for exploding on a Scientology flack during a 2007 investigation for BBC One's Panorama, a "60 Minutes"-style program in Britain -- writes that the Trementina Base is inscribed with two giant interlocking circles, each with a diamond inside.

The creepy crop circles are a salute to space creatures, and also act as a marker to "guide Clears, (high-ranking Scientologists) returning from space to find Mr Hubbard

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That's interesting. Hadn't heard of it. Wonder how the security is there :)

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I bet Xenu probes the **** out of you in there... for $20,000.

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Alien Space Cathedral. I love that religions are 21st century crazy now.

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so thats where all the money is being funneled that is given to scientology

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Maybe they are getting ready to go home. I sure hope so.

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I guess Hubbard is waiting to come back, and take over ....

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