What is the 12th order in Scientology?
There is no "12th order" in Scientology. This is a bogus question.
<a href="http://www.scientology.org">Scientology</a> is a religion formed in the early 1950's based on the works of <a href="http://www.lronhubbard.org">L. Ron Hubbard</a>, a writer and philosopher who was a hugely popular pulp fiction author in the 1930's and 40's.
The Scientology religion has basic levels of progress called "grades" and those go from 0 through 4. These grades help a person learn to be more causative over his own life, in areas such as communication and handling the problems life presents.
Above these grades are levels called OT levels. "OT" means "operating thetan" - a thetan is the Scientology term for a human spirit (not a mind or a body or a soul, but the person himself) and "operating" means able to operate as a spiritual being. Those OT levels go from I to VIII (currently released). There are a few more OT levels that have not yet been released.
But there is no "12th Order".
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Scientology is an "applied philosophy", and is nondenominational. Christian belief is accepted, but is not part of Scientology practice. Many Scientologists are Christian, but Scientology is not related to Christianity. Scientology is a practice more than a belief, and is non exclusive. Scientologists are free to participate in any other religious practices or beliefs they like.