Scientology is a weird mix of science and religion—with quite a bit of aliens thrown in—that we really don’t have the space to get into right now. Every time we get to hear about it is when a Hollywood celebrity gets associated with it, which is probably for the best as it’s all too complicated to understand.
What’s weird, however, is that there are a bunch of sites around U.S.A. and the world suspected to be scientology bases. One of them is the Trementina base in New Mexico, which is visible from Google maps. It’s just two overlapping circles with diamond shapes in their centers, and someone has clearly gone to great lengths to make it.
While most people thought that it was a facility meant to flag aliens making their way to Earth (or something), an ex-scientologist denied that, as that would be ridiculous. No, the facility, according to him, actually has a sensible purpose, which is to guide other members towards L. Ron Hubbard’s works that have apparently been written on gold sheets and kept in titanium boxes.