How do they use my money, you might ask?
Feeding the poor? Nope
Housing the homeless? Nope
Helping the downtrodden? Nope
Well, in the ’80’s, some of it went here:
A Place in the Desert for New Mexico’s Most Exclusive Circles
The Church of Spiritual Technology (CST) oversees the Scientology scriptural archiving project, which aims to preserve the works of Hubbard on stainless steel tablets and encased in titanium capsules in specially constructed vaults throughout the world. The most famous example is the Trementina Base, an underground vault built into a mountainside near Trementina, New Mexico. It is marked by a CST logo visible only from a high altitude and was built in the late 1980s.
The archiving project, which the church has acknowledged, includes engraving Hubbard’s writings on stainless steel tablets and encasing them in titanium capsules. It is overseen by a Scientology corporation called the Church of Spiritual Technology.
It was reported in 1992 that CST spent over $52,000,000 on these projects and expected to spend another $114,000,000 in the next 5 years to complete the current phase of its program.” So that’s $166,000,000 spent to date (if they were on schedule) for the then “current phase” of preserving the tech.
Watch the CNN report: