Tom Cruise ‘Moving Into Scientology’s UK Headquarters To Expand Cult Through Europe’

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Alien religion disciple Tom Cruise is reportedly selling his home to moving into Scientology’s sprawling UK headquarters.

The 100-acre estate, once the home of founder L Ron Hubbard, is said to be the Hollywood actor’s new home as he pushes forward with efforts to help expand the religion into Europe.

The 53-year-old is thought to be hoping to turn the country estate into a UK landmark, and he’s poured millions into developing the property to make his plans come to life.

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Cruise, above, is selling his £5million mansion in East Grinstead, which he once shared with actress Katie Holmes, to make the move.

His latest renovations can be seen in new photos taken of the property.

New extensions will include a gymnasium, a fully decked-out spa and a high-end restaurant.

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L Ron Hubbard in the greenhouse of his religion’s HQ in 1959, and below Scientology devotee John Travolta and Kelly Preston dance at the cult’s 2005 annual gala.

The organisation has flattened woodland surrounding the property to make way for new buildings, and they have bough a nearby school which will be turned into a training complex.

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A source told Mail Online: “Tom is relocating to England and uses the Scientology manor as his base. It’s the highest recognition to live where L Ron Hubbard did.

“It’s worked a charm because Tom’s more dedicated to Scientology than ever before. He’s investing a lot of his own money back into the UK Church and secretly the talk is how they want to be as influential as the Royal family.”

The insider added: “It might sound like a deluded dream but with bottomless cash and ongoing renovations they believe that, in time, Saint Hill Manor will overshadow Buckingham Palace.”

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