Tom Cruise has donated millions to Scientology to keep himself — and his secrets — safe! RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal the cult-like religion's hidden bunker and the secrets it holds.
Cruise has given the religion $10 million with the hope that he will be allowed to survive in the church's secret underground New Mexico headquarters when Armageddon comes.
The actor's deepest secrets are being kept by the controversial religion in the indestructible vault. Along with his secrets are those of John Travolta, Kirstie Alley and other A-list members that were confessed during the church's "auditing" process.
The vault is located in the middle of a remote desert that is hundreds of miles from civilization.
The area appears to be a suburban neighborhood, as houses cover it. Images obtained from a rogue drone also show bizarre crop circles carved into the landscape.
A source claims the vault is "H-bomb proof" and is "protected by three 5,000-pound stainless-steel airlocks." Wild dogs and Army-trainer snipers also guard it.
Although the church has denied the story, an insider claims brainwashed servants prepare Scientology creator L. Ron Hubbard's favorite meals that are later thrown in the trash because he died 30 years ago!
Tim Gallegos, former police chief of the Las Vegas, N.M., Sheriff's Department, is the only non-member to visit the base.
He described it as "sinister" and "suspicious" when officials gave him a tour in the late 1990s.
"They were transferring writings, speeches and videos," he said. "The vault is like a giant time capsule and they told me all the scriptures are being kept there."
He believed they were hiding something because he "wasn't allowed to go into certain areas."
"I know when people are lying to me," he said. "I can tell from their body language and voice they were concealing something."
The buildings and vault cost $1 billion to make, which has been subsidized by American taxpayers since the church has tax-exempt status thanks to Cruise.
Ron Miscavige Sr., the father of Scientology Chairman of the Board, David Miscavige, said, "I remember one point when Cruise gave $10 million and I'm sure he still donates a lot of money to the church."
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