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How Many Books Did L Ron Hubbard Write

How was Joseph Smith a jerk in real life. Why did they murder him. And was he the same as L. Ron Hubbard.

Kelly: Joseph actually had many more than one wife. He had a total of 52 as documented by state, county, and LDS/RLDS records. 46 of these wives are confirmed by more than one source. Here’s a link:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Smith%2C_Jr._and_polygamy#Sealing_vs_MarriageIceprincess: Joseph Smith became a freemason in 1842, 12 years AFTER starting the church. There is no record of any myth of golden plates in freemasonry. There was, however a fictional book written at the time by Solomon Spalding called “Manuscript Found” where a guy finds a buried document containing the supposed cultural and religious history of the inhabitants of America which came from the near east several hundred years before Christ.The real reason for Joseph’s murder is very complicated. First of all, no, he wasn’t originally a jerk. When he founded Nauvoo, however, and it was as big as Chicago (then the fourth-largest city in the US), he began to get proud, and became a jerk. He started marrying his 52 wives, began drinking publicly (often passing out in a ditch overnight), developped fits of rage against people who contradicted him, and excommunicated people who tried to call him to repentance, calling them ‘liars and apostates’.A few apostles and other general officers of the church that tried to call him to repentance were excommunicated without a trial before a church council (which was and still is against church policy), and were fed up, so they published a newspaper called the “Nauvoo Expositor”. To this day, the LDS Church has never said that any of the information in this newspaper was false. It talked of his polygamy, alcohol problems, rage issues, and self-indulging control issues at the head of the Church. Joseph got so mad that he ordered the printing press to be destroyed. As mayor, he was put into jail for the obstruction of justice and infringement of the freedom of the press. To complicate matters even more, he had announced he was going to run for president and “bring justice to [his] people”, which shortly followed a ‘prophecy’ of his that if the country didn’t right the wrongs done to the mormons, that it would be overturned and smitten of God.People (including his mason lodge) began to fear that his local power would soon develop into a national reign of terror (a little far-fetched, but a real concern for frontier townspeople who didn’t follow national politics), so a mob of 20-30 men (not 200, as some mormon sources claim) was organized to put him to death while he was in jail. Joseph died not unjustly as a martyr, but as a crook and in a gunfight in which he killed two people and injured one.

How many of you knew.

How many of you knew that L. Ron Hubbard was the creator of the original TV show Battle Star Galactica?I heard this tonight on the radio and I was surprised. I loved the show when it was on TV and I never made the connection before.Has anyone else noticed the similarities between the power structure of…

I think that’s wrong. Glen Larson was the creator of the original BSG, I *think*.Hubbard wrote ‘Battlefield Earth’, a highly successful sci-fi novel that eventually became a flop of a movie.EDIT : Tmarie99, the question specifically stated the ORIGINAL Battlestar series, not the current version. You called Zina Rae a fool, yet it is you who looks like a jackass with your comments.

Horse books for free

Why do Christians not commend L. Ron Hubbard for verifying KEY Biblical Doctrines.

I would have liked to simply leave the question as it is, and let the Answerers affirm the truth of what I have said.(I have to enter all this on my phone, because there is NO MAINS ELECTRICITY ANYWHERE IN TOWN OR ON CAMPUS. This is part of life in Africa. The public officials loot the treasuries, and divide the…

Ok going through the question as a 16 year old, with the idea that no religion should have tax exempt status or receive grants for the government, but everything has the right to be called religion I will answer your immediate question.I don’t care if it affirmed the christian beliefs or not. Just know that it is a massive burst of energy creating matter. This could be caused by some random force or god. The theory is what is important.

How did Hubbard claim to have found the ‘tech’ that is presently the foundation for Scientology.

I understand that many documents, and discoveries by L. Ron Hubbard are presently used as foundations of Scientology doctrine. How is it claimed that he came up with this information? Did he do research, if so where? Did he claim to find ancient documents? I’m curious how he claims to have discovered these…

He said he discovered it himself. No ancient documents, no divine revelation, he just did his own “research”… which is total BS since he really created the cult as a money-making scheme.L. Ron Hubbard, the science fiction writer & “prophet” of Scientology, has been quoted as saying: “Writing for a penny a word is ridiculous. If a man really wants to make a million dollars, the best way would be to start his own religion” http://lisatrust.freewinds.cx/scientolog…The cult is mostly a high powered scam. It pays members 10% commissions, called FSM (Field Staff Member) commissions, for bringing in new recruits who take a course or get counseling, so Scientology members routinely try to “sell” Scientology to others.The new members then, in turn, are required to pay vast amounts of money to the “church” in order to receive “auditing”, courses, literature, take tests, retake tests, etc. Here is a run-down of all the costs involved with Scientology membership: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scientology…Here is testimony from a woman who had been involved in exposing Scientology & other cults for most of her adult life: http://www.clambake.org/archive/books/ts…Even more proof that Scientology is out for your money… here is Hubbard discussing turning the business of Scientology into a “religion” for profit:”I am not quite sure what we would call the place – probably not a clinic – but I am sure that it ought to be a company, independent of the HAS (Hubbard Association of Scientologists) but fed by the HAS. We don’t want a clinic. We want one in operation but not in name. Perhaps we could call it a Spiritual Guidance Center. Think up its name, will you. … It is a problem of practical business. I await your reaction on the religion angle.” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scientology_controversy#L._Ron_Hubbard_and_starting_a_religion_for_money

Has anyone heard of the Rumor that the founder of Scientology (Hubbard) wrote this secret book that leaked.

The online book is called “The Present” and can be read on a site called Truth Contest (a search engine can find it).The rumor is that Hubbard wrote it before his death, but it wasn’t released because the time was not right (something to do with planets aligning or something).Somehow the…

I agree with all those who came before me here to answer that L. Ron Hubbard’s Scientology and his other attempts at what he called “science” ( without being applicable to scientific method! ) are more honestly termed Science Fiction.What I find astonishing and a view into how human nature permits such selective acceptance of what is real or not based upon effective propagandizing, is that there are MORE than five times as many people in the United States alone ( not counting their numbers in Europe and elsewhere) who believe that his Scientology could be real and that humans are all descended from aliens from a yet unknown to most earthlings planet named Theta and who believe they are a superior alien spawn..to those who don’t recognize these human origins..than there are Jews in the whole world who believe that Israel does not have the same human rights as all other nation peoples to have legally reestablished self-rule/soverignty in a DEMOCRATIC nation state ( but want a theocracy ruled by Messiah before Israel becomes a country again ).55,000 in the U.S. believe we’re all alien spawn from an unknown to the rest of us planet Theta..do they represent U.S. consensus? Then why would a tinier fringe group of Jews who want religious rule in Israel rather than the Democratic state that now exists, be considered a legitimate voice for the 14 million others? and why is it acceptable to lump them in with those who want to eliminate the world’s Jews including that fringe element LIVING IN Israel?Yet, do we see people talking about how large Scientology is? Do we see people claiming it is a major religion and huge movement?Yet, daily in Yahoo, especially in the section that Yahoo Answers permitted to be hijacked by hate propagandizing without enforcing their rules except for a small token gesture now and then, …we can find posts claiming that there are “many” Jews who are against Zionism ( meaning the right of the Jews to live in self-rule in the State of Israel in peace since that IS the only definition of Zionism that is real., it isn’t promoting racism because it is not in violation of Torah which PROHIBITS those things )I bring this up not to entirely sidetrack this question, but to raise an important point when speaking about any group..sometimes their impact or presence has nothing to do with logic, nor does it have to do with their impact in terms of numbers of adherents , that sometimes even relatively small groups..such as this fringe of Scientology that has a huge advertising budget..isn’t as big or influential in the world as they wish to make themselves out to be, however, they ARE effective in fooling many people you might think ” intelligent”….and the FACT that they are a larger number by a vast amount, than a group that OTHER propagandists also refer to to justify THEIR claims..shows that even the tiniest fringe element can be used to try to promote harmful claims.They serve as a lesson to employ logic when you look for any “ultimate truth”.If Hubbard was about ultimate truth rather than ultimate profits, he wouldn’t have been so easily uncovered as a fraud.As a woman who was overjoyed when I surprisingly had a child at age 37 after having been told I could not, I could never be convinced as his Dianetics book proposes, that ALL women “secretly” wish to abort every pregnancy. He insists that is true in all women, in all pregnancies.He also insists that it is harmful or traumatic experiences in the womb, usually during secretive attempts to self-induce abortions, and especially during sexual intercourse women have during pregnancy that traumatize the fetus, that are the cause of all human troubles and produce “engrams” that must be ‘cleared’…That is just one aspect of how illogical and repugnant I found Scientology to be.

How hard would it be to write my own holy book.

And can it really be that hard? considering my competition is the bible and the Quran.Should I should just nail my readers with hard facts?(Incase you’re wondering, I’m trying to find a new to scam people out of their money and religion is where its at!)

Not hard at all. Mohammad was able to do it, and look how many people bought his lies. L. Ron Hubbard did it. Joseph Smith did it. And these are just off the top of my head.With a track record like this, anybody could do it.

Was Scientology really Made up By a Sci-fi Writer named L.Ron Hubbard…. If it was, Why do people follow ….

it as a Religion? Are there really that many Naive People in the world?

Alright, here’s the low-down on Scientology. I hope you find it helpful and informative (and yes, I wrote this):Scientology, which questionably calls itself a new “religion”, is the brainchild of science fiction writer & occult enthusiast L. Ron Hubbard. The organization, by means of Hubbard’s self created psychotherapy technique called “Dianetics”, claims to be able to help rid members of any & all mental constraints including but not limited to emotional scarring (from this & “past” lives) due to “engrams” (past negative experiences stored in our unconscious mind), psychological disorders & chemical imbalances (the solution is to convince members that these things don’t actually exist) & drug dependence (including legally prescribed psychopharmaceuticals which counteract the effects of psychological disorders Scientologists believe to be nonexistent). Their “treatment” of substance abuse includes little more than massive, often dangerous doses of vitamins and unhealthy extended sessions in a sauna.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dianetics#S…Dianetics review: http://dir.salon.com/story/books/review/…http://www.time.com/time/magazine/articl…http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~dst/Narconon/detox.htmhttp://www.nypress.com/20/22/news&columns/feature.cfmScientology is most certainly NOT a religion. In fact, one of the only reasons they enjoy “tax exempt status” on religious ground in the United States is because they bullied the IRS into a “deal” through extremely aggressive barratry (which is the offense of persistently instigating groundless lawsuits) against said government agency & its officials, & arranged to drop all 2,500 frivolous lawsuits only when an “agreement” was reached. In addition, Scientology’s lawyers hired private investigators to dig up any “dirt” on IRS agents which was then used to blackmail or publicly smear all “vulnerable” agents. It was an all-out WAR that Scientology had waged against the IRS, & was even described as such by Scientology’s “CEO”, David Miscavige, in his 1993 speech to the International Association of Scientologists.http://legalminds.lp.findlaw.com/list/fedtax-l/msg00445.htmlhttp://www.lermanet.com/scientologynews/nytimes/nyt-irs-030997.htmhttp://www.factnet.org/headlines/give-away.htmhttp://www.cs.cmu.edu/~dst/Cowen/essays/irs.htmlThe official Scientology organization is composed of a number of “levels”. One begins as a “preclear” & works their way up. One must purchase virtually every service crucial to advancement directly from the “church” & at staggering prices. “Auditing”, for example, is purchased in 12½ hour blocks, costing anywhere from $200-$750 for introductory sessions to between $8,000 & $9,000 for advanced sessions. Basically, Scientology claims to possess exclusive knowledge of the path to religious redemption & then charges obscene amounts of money for every tiny incremental step towards this end. Visit this link to see how $380,000 is a conservative estimate for the total cost of moving all the way up the Scientology hierarchal ladder: http://www.xenu.net/archive/prices.htmlThese are the total costs for auditing alone: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scientology_as_a_business#CostsHere’s an explanation of what “auditing” is: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20061224182319AA2nnd6At level OT III (Operating Thetan Level 3), some very strange & fiercely guarded secrets are imparted upon worthy members who have paid enough money to advance to such a level (and no, this isn’t a joke): The evil alien ruler Xenu killed millions of aliens (Thetans) from around the universe by kidnapping them, bringing them to earth in golden DC-8 “space-planes”, stacking them around volcanoes & blowing them up by dropping “h-bombs” into the volcanoes. Scientologists believe the souls of these aliens (these souls are “Body Thetans”) were captured, brainwashed & released; they then attached themselves to our ancestors (and according to Scientology’s belief in Thetan immortality, they also attached to us during “past lives”) & cause many of our mental & physical ills to this day. Auditing is said to “clear” us of these Body Thetans as well as the “mental implants” they supposedly impose on our minds. http://www.spaink.net/cos/essays/atack_ot3.htmlhttp://sf.irk.ru/www/ot3/spaink-ot3.htmlhttp://xenu.net/archive/leaflet/Xenu-Letter.pdfhttp://www.cs.cmu.edu/~dst/OTIII/Scientology has taken a very hostile stance towards psychiatry & psychiatric drugs irrespective of the fact that some people require medication to remain adequately functional during everyday life. It doesn’t recognize legitimate conditions like autism, epilepsy, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, or ANY neurological disorder / chemical imbalance at all, & the “church” has been known to withhold prescription pharmaceuticals from members (often with harmful & deadly results). The “Church” blames psychiatry for the Holocaust, as well as school shootings & even September 11th. It’s been suggested that Hubbard’s vehement opposition was born of the psychiatric community’s rejection of his “tech” as a valid treatment method, but it’s also possible that Hubbard chose psychiatry as a scapegoat. Organizations like Scientology are notorious for villainizing a specific out-group because their “stand against the enemy” fosters cohesion within said organization, & psychiatry was an effective rallying point considering many people already distrust & oppose the mental health profession.http://www.anti-scientologie.ch/usa-scientology.htmhttp://www.lacitybeat.com/article.php?id=3137&IssueNum=136http://dir.salon.com/story/news/feature/2005/07/01/sci_psy/index_np.html?pn=1http://perkinstragedy.orgL. Ron Hubbard, the man behind the creation of Scientology, was & still is a controversial figure. Biographies & lists of personal accomplishments differ greatly between Scientology & non-Scientology publications as the “church” tends to exaggerate & outright lie about his early life, his education, his travels, his achievements etc, preferring to paint a distorted, flattering picture. Several books & articles present facts which flatly contradict these church-published accounts (links to free online copies of these books & articles are provided below), showing conclusively that he was NOT the brilliant, accomplished figure revered by Scientologists. During his autopsy, the sedative Vistaril™ was present in his body, which several of his assistants would later attest was only one of many psychiatric & pain medications Hubbard ingested over the years. It had also been said by many who knew Hubbard personally that at the end of his life he was “a psychopathic insane person screaming about BT’s [Body Thetans]…”http://www.apologeticsindex.org/Bare%20Faced%20Messiah.pdfhttp://www.cs.cmu.edu/~dst/Library/Shelf/atack/contents.htmhttp://www.clambake.org/archive/books/mom/Messiah_or_Madman.txthttp://lisatrust.bogie.nl/scientology/essays/jeff-hubbard.htmTo be blunt, Scientology is a cult. It employs semi-legitimate psychotherapy & self-help methods to keep people loyal & convinced of its merit while it simultaneously sucks them dry financially & attempts to keep them far away from ANYONE, even friends & family, who would dissuade them from remaining in such a harmful situation. It bullies all known critics, opponents, “enemies”, etc, often through malicious litigation & character assassination. It’s a particularly greedy as well as manipulative & dangerous cult that takes its anti-psychiatry fanaticism to deadly limits.http://www.solitarytrees.net/racism/harass.htm#starthttp://www.factnet.org/Books/SocialControl/scs.html#tochttp://www.freedomofmind.com/resourcecenter/groups/s/scientology/pignotti/http://www.sptimes.com/2006/06/24/Tampabay/The_unperson.shtmlhttp://www.xenu.net/archive/personal_story/funkydonny.html

Was L. RON HUBBARD correct, when he said PreCLEARS hearing the XENU DOCTRINE would be DESTROYED by hearing it.

Jesus Commanded that his Disciples TELL NO ONE about his Heavenly Station and Identity, because people are supposed to hear all that DIRECTLY FROM GOD. If a person does not gain the ability to hear God themselves, WHAT WOULD BE THE POINT OF THEIR RELIGION? Could you learn Science, (or any subject at all,) if…

L Ron Hubbard didn’t say that and there is no such thing as xenu doctrine. All the doctrine is in the 18 basic books and accompanying lectures that you’re free to read in any library’s self-help section. The lectures are in any Church’s Qualifications Library which is open to all. You’ll also find doctrine in the free on-line courses available at http://www.scientology.org/courses.html. What is published on the internet as something we believe is laughed at (and rightly so)There was some data stolen from the Church and the people who stole it admit (see affidavits in the link below) that it was altered b4 being published on the internet in the hopes that people WOULD be harmed by it, and because they thought that there shouldn’t be anything that people not in Scientology or new to Scientology couldn’t see. The reason it wasn’t broadly published is based on a scale of gradients. You wouldn’t ask someone who is new to Karate to be able to do Black Belt abilities, would you? In order to get to Black, one would have to meet the tests for White, then Yellow, then green then purple then brown then black (order may be wrong). Same principle. It was known that you’d find it unbelievable and that result was intended. Critics of Scientology do their best to feed you with all kinds of BS to manipulate you. I’m amazed to this day how many actually believe it’s anything we “believe” in Scientology, including yourself, Scientology is something one DOES, not believe. It’s an APPLIED philosophy. How do you DO what’s on the internet? If it was valid technology then you’d be able to DO it..

Basically, where did L Ron Hubbard get the bulk of his information from.

I know he wrote voluminous amounts of books etc, and I have no doubt that many of his insights are basically true, but where did he generally get his info from? Did he claim to have access to higher knowledge than other people? How did he gain this access and was he in communion with supposed higher beings etc?…

He’s a writer. That was intended to be a fiction book (the one where Scientology derives). Call it: imagination

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  1. If Dianetics wasn’t bad enough, he wrote other “science” books that are just as laughable, such as “All About Radiation”, which is hilarious.As someone receives auditing, one of the “side-effects” is that the person remembers more and more. No one can be Clear without remembering back to pre-birth times, because there can be found the events which have heavy effect on the person.Actually this was the point when people in auditing started to talk about previous lifes, which was very shocking to Hubbard and to the other auditors. They ran numerous cases, cross referenced them, and it turned out that it is a real phenomenon. (Actually it`s not rare that somebody finds himself remembering to his deathbed during the first Dianetics session). Anyway on the higher levels (OT levels) the person handles many bad memories from his “whole timetrack”,or we can call it “previous lifes” But you have to understand that one of the main reason you can`t remember these – or to your birth- because the immense volume of sadness, loss, pain, regret etc. in these events. Part of the auditing is exactly to get rid of these mis-emotionsYes, the world is full of walnuts, that’s for sure! It always amazes me how all of the worlds religions end up with killing as the ultimate solution.What’s up, just wanted to mention, I enjoyed this discussion. quite valuable answers

  2. The EconomistI picked up L.Ron Hubbard initially because I thought he would be like Asimov.http://www.bonafidescientology.org/http://www.chaplaincare.navy.mil/Sciento…Perhaps you are thinking of the movie, “Battlefield Earth” starring Scientologist John Travolta? That book was written by L Ron Hubbard.

  3. Yes it was. The book Dianetics started it all. Why do so many follow is like asking why people join cults and mass suicide themselves. Every person has a weakness and those weaknesses are easily exploited by some individuals which leads to make uneducated dicisions. Tom Cruise for example had dislexia which wasn’t diagnosed. He has credited with Scientology with getting him over his dislexia.

  4. No scientology was not “made up by a sci-fi writer”. Yes, L.Ron Hubbard was a science fiction writer.I have great admiration for L Ron Hubbard, the man, his stories were great. I remember him as a writer, and as a professionnal con artist who really STUCK IT to a couple of million people SO HARD that the effect is still felt to this day.It took me YEARS to figure out that they were actually serious about this stuff.

  5. Scientology evolved from Dianetics when it was discovered that man is a spiritual being. Scientology differs from Dianetics in that Dianetics deals with the mind and the rehabilitation of mental image pictures and Scientology deals with the rehabilitation of the human spirit.- “The mind can solve all the problems of the mind”I’ve been studying them since the 1980’s since the first time I ever went to Boston where they have this huge organization.It is not true. The shows creator was Glen Larson

  6. I honestly don’t know what the hell you’re talking about.7.4.1984Hubbard also said he was the messiah so whatever he wrote, just forget about it. He was a complete and total nut job. His own son took his own life rather than deal with him. That pretty much says it all right there.

  7. Scientology is a religious applied philosophy.Cannot even remotely compare the two!EDIT: Oh looky 5 thumbs downs for telling the truth. Didn’t know that we had that many $cientologists allowed on the internet lol. Anyway, this is to answer THETA WORKS rather excellent point about “doing OT3”. Scientology is something one does. Of course most critics have heard the story bit at the start. Here is a small snippet from the rest of the OT3 documentation, part of the “doing” bit of OT3. You can search yourself for the rest of it – its available on the net and wikileaks….or visitIn short the principles of scientology are very similar in many ways to those of Buddhism.it rather is bloody exciting. interior the united kingdom: those wishing to purchase a television should additionally purchase a license. somebody chanced on breaking a boiled egg on the pointy end would be sentenced to 24 hours interior the village shares (enacted via Edward VI). Any boy under the age of 10 won’t see a bare manequin. In Thailand: you will desire to placed on a blouse on an identical time as driving a motor vehicle. it rather is against the regulation to bypass away your domicile while you’re no longer donning underclothes. no person would step on any of the rustic’s distant places funds. In Italy: a guy may well be arrested for donning a skirt. In Germany it rather is against the regulation to placed on a mask. A pillow could be considered a “passive” weapon. each and every place of work would desire to have a view of the sky, even nevertheless small. Hahaha!

  8. C. An individual is responsible for his own thoughts & actions.Scientology came about while he and others were being audited(Hubbard like all Scientologists are audited). Basically when you are audited you end up coming across past lives. Not like past life resusitation where you are put under hypnosis. Rather you are conscious and alert the whole time. That is what Dianetics is, you dig deeper into your mind finding memories. Scientology teaches that your brain is basically a hard drive so you remember everything. But also since we are spirits, we also have the memories of our past lives. And that also there are false past lives, and you may also combine a past life with another.Glen Larson created the original Battlestar Galactica. You are misinformed.His azz, I presume.

  9. i died of laughter

  10. hhhmmmmmmmm! thinking- still thinking – well the only conclusion is that he was ill and had dementia!

  11. Edit: Yes! Hawaii would be like the Vatican City of the religion. But then you couldn’t really call people naive for following it. That’s a religion that even I would be down with.

  12. Give me a good movie, or a ball game, a giant bag of pop corn and my wife by my side and I’m happy. Who the hell needs L. Ron Hubbard?

  13. Body insideA Thetan is that witch can postulate particles into existence and then perceive what has been postulated. So theta is not a thing it is the creator of things. A thetan is defined as having no mass, wavelength, no energy and no location in time or space, except by consideration or postulate.2. Run Incident 2, then Incident 1, until BT(s) have gone and are released. Then, check for additional Incidents 1’s and 2’s until dry (on the meter).D. An individual’s thoughts & decisions may have unintended consequences including those of which he may not be aware.I was always a big fan of science fiction.You know, you really had me going there. I thought you wuz fo real man. Wow! You must be brilliant. I would really be surprised if you didn’t have tons of friends. People must hang on your every word. Wow! We are so honored that you would address us as equals. I’m sure you will be a legend. Wow!

  14. THIS IS SCIENTOLOGYExcerpted from Wikipedia:But some people are so desperate for something they can believe in…..but on THEIR terms…..they will fall for anything.

  15. Yea, people are really that naive. Just look at what’s happening in Texas. Look at the history of mass suicides from all of these cults.L. Ron Hubbard explained fully the theology and technologies of Scientology in more than 500,000 pages of writings, including dozens of books and over 2,000 tape-recorded public lectures.

  16. Hubbard was mentally ill and spent time, involuntarily, in a mental institution (hence, his aversion to them he wrote into his little religion). He was a sci-fi writer who was mediocre and he appears to have been a sadistic malignant narcissist as well.Have you looked at Hubbard’s c.v.?Interestingly enough Hubbard’s co-researchers almost all eventually ended their associations with the church of scientology due to the control exerted by the management & the focus on Hubbard as “founder”.1. Check for any BTs (E-meter, theta perceptics, intention, pressure areas, telepathy is HOW) on and in:He was a weirdo that knew how to utilize legitimate ideas/programs/organizations….i.e, professional counseling, self help, motivational speakers, tossed in a little Amway, added some of the Masons, and topped it off with the New Age of the New Days…and came up with Scientology.What is Xenu Doctrine? No such thing. All the doctrine is readily available in the books

  17. There has been a rumor in the Sci-Fi world for a long time that he created Scientology on a bet. I don’t have good evidence to back that up, but is sounds right.

  18. L.Ron Hubbard was a genius on MAKING MONEY.I heard it too – Coast to Coast, I think.Because he was a freemason before he started his cultic church, his mom was into witchcraft. Jo Smith was greedy and always looking for treasure so he invented the gold plates which (witch) was a freemason tale about king Solomon. They murdered him because he was also a sexual deviante and was trying to steal his followers wives by secretly marrying them in the temple behind their husbands backs.

  19. L Ron Hubbard is the worst Science Fiction author it has been my extreme displeasure to read.

  20. as long as it’s all True facts, you know?http://www.scientology.org

  21. “It is possible to know about the mind, the spirit and life”Yep. He was a pretty decent Sci-Fi writer. I’ve read several things that he wrote.Because he was part of the cult of Mormonism.

  22. In thetan’s space (Approx. 40′ X 60′)http://www.scientology.org/interviewhttp://groups.yahoo.com/group/Anonymousunited/

  23. ZERO COOL is COMPLETELY correct.1

  24. Basically out of sheer AMAZEMENT.He claimed that asbestos was harmless if you could control your body thetans correctly.Battlestar Galactica is an Emmy Award winning science fiction television program created by Ronald D. Moore that first aired on October 18, 2004 in the United Kingdom and Ireland on Sky One, and January 14, 2005 in the United States on the Sci Fi Channel. Repeats of episodes have been shown in the United States on NBC, Bravo, and in high definition on Universal HD.You seem to be ranting and mixed up. Perhaps a walk outside would help.

  25. The stories behind Scientology are just as legitimate as the stories behind all other religions, which is a polite way of saying they are all horseshit.

  26. A megalomaniac, charlatan, tax evader is what he was.

  27. There isn’t a lot of cohesiveness up there.

  28. I’ve read every Isaac Asimov has ever written.He was shown to be a fraud and a liar a long time ago, yet still the fools believe.4. When complete, exact date and run both of the incidents on self.Does anybody care? Scientology is nonsense.

  29. oh.. we know all about his “science”….I mean Scientologists are free to believe what they believe in, got no problem with that at all, but to deny this simple fact is completely mind boggling and does not help them shed the image of dishonesty.Evidence of Scientologists committing a criminal offence (assault).

  30. Not many westerners are trained in ALL of the Eatern religious philosphies as well as advanced western sciences.screw the evil cult of scientology, we shall destroy it, and when I saw we, we is Anonymous. Anonymous has vowed to destroy the evil cult of scientology and I am with Anonymous all the way. scienctology is not a religion, its a business, because religion is free.

  31. L Ron Hubbard actually wrote a book called Battle Earth (or something similar) but L Ron Hubbard had nothing to do with the TV show

  32. I would suggest taking an older religion and rewriting it. Make it very clear as to how much money people have to donate each day.

  33. He said from years of research from books, traveling around the world giving him access to numerous cultures, talking with experts of there fields and experimentation. That is the Dianetics part.Go to this link below and he’ll explain it to you.The book “The History of Man” talks abit about how he came across what became Scientology, but the book is meant to help auditors deal know how to properly and safely audit people who come across certain past lives.

  34. The notation that any physical ailment on the extent of Leukemia is multi function’s head, and that an individual can repair via with no trouble utilizing will vigor is just ridiculous. So, in answer to your question, I suppose that this quote was once made via an person who based his faith off a multi-meter and the promise that the better donation you are making, the extra happiness you will discover. All so long as which you can transfer the little needle a few features. In different words, it is a bunch of fertilizer. No offence to any Scientologists who learn this.

  35. Yes, that is true, and for those indoctrinated and brainwashed by the cult, such logical connections are easily ignored. The Co$ is very good at making you believe in very suspect theories, both on the pseudoscience of Scientology and Hubbard’s own motive.General Principles of Scientology:

  36. You are just going to have to get curious enough to actually find out how he did it by reading something that he wrote about it or listening to a lecture.Nope they haven’t been killed. Actually, they were not supposed to, no one ever said that, and there is nothing such as a “XENU DOCTRINE” in the Religion of Scientology.

  37. i think it will take a while. go for it, im pretty sure there are people who will but it, you can also just write a book about someone who sacrificed there life and good/bad things happened to him, or how this girl never believed in god and and she was raped when she was younger and she always wondered where gos was then, but one day she took a flight to. . .europe ! bcs she loves the arts and a guy sat next to her in the plane(who is god but in disguised) and she tells him her whole life story, and he listens and doesn’t argue or say the wrong things just agrees with her with some stuff and tells her god did that bcs he knows your strong, blah blah, toward the end she gets to the hotel room, she finds a basket with art supply and travel map to the best art museum, the card from who it’s from says ” the things i do, is to make you stronger, i believe in you and always have” or something like that that makes her light bulb turn on and figures out it was a guarding angel or god that was sitting next to her on the plane, religious people love stories like that especially to give to there kids to let them know god is always there. . lol hope this kinda helped. . .i know it’s long, i was in a roll.. hahah

  38. The creator was Glenn Larson, who is LDS. There are so many LDS-like things, like they came from the planet Kobol (the star Kolob in the book of Abraham), their council of 12, their Egyptian looking helmets, there are more but I forget.

  39. Look OT3 is made up bs anyway. The reason scientology guards these so called secrets is so they cannot be easily held up to ridicule and because they want their cultists to pay up the big bucks to recieve it. Xenu is the crappiest story hubbard ever wrote and it IS TRUE that this story exists within scientology… you can hear hubbard himself relate the story to an audience, its in his own words for all to hear. The 3 part lecture of hubbard is more important than any typed material. There is also a scan of the handwritten documentation of OT3. SO Theta Works do not LIE and DENY — it doesnt wash on this one.L.Ron Hubbard “chanced in this know-how” by utilising a similar approach that all and sundry know-how has been got here across. technological awareness: From Latin SCIO = know-how or understanding: a capacity of analyzing something as a manner to learn know-how of it is regulations and customary data by way of systematic remark and test exceptionally utilized to the actual international and the phenomena linked with it. From this interest we get matters like Physics, Chemistry, Biology, drugs etc. those are the end results of medical learn specifically areas of the actual international around us that we learn use and be conscious to function the way we do and characteristic the flaws we’ve right this moment. those self same medical methods or technological awareness that produced those matters became utilized to the matters of the thoughts and the Human Spirit and the character of the universe by utilising L. Ron Hubbard to learn know-how of the regulations and data and subsequently a doable technique interior the coping with of those particular matters. the effect of his medical study have been the matters DIANETICS (learn of What the thoughts or Soul is doing to the physique) and SCIENTOLOGY (learn of understanding a thank you to understand). L.Ron Hubbard defined completely the theology and technologies of Scientology in greater beneficial than 500,000 pages of writings, such as dozens of books and over 4,000 tape recorded public lectures. you could specifically stick to the music and results of his study and discovery by utilising analyzing the Scientology ordinary Books (and Lectures) that he wrote for this objective from 1950 to 1955 . ordinary Books in chronological sequence as follows : the unique Thesis The Evolution of a technological awareness Dianetics: the fashionable technological awareness of psychological wellness technological awareness of Survival : (This e book shows the transition from thoughts /Dianetics to Spirit / Scientology) Self prognosis improve technique & Axioms handbook for Pre-Clears. The background of guy Scientology 8-80 Scientology 8-8008 The introduction of Human capacity Dianetics fifty 5 Scientology:The Fundementals of thought. by utilising L.Ron Hubbard those books are all available interior the Self help component to your interior sight library

  40. There are a whole lot of naive people in this world. You can get people to follow anything.Hubbard is known in Scientology as the founder of the religion, and author of Dianetics.And dear God, yes, the ALIEN part is true too.This is a whole lot more than just a few documents. It’s a massive chronical he provided of all his research and discoveries and all the technology that he developed from this.The religion of scientology is perhaps better called a “spiritual practice” than a religion.And I don’t believe any book by him can be considered science. It is inspired by it, he was a writer of sci-FI, but it’s not science.

  41. ————-Unreal.I’m gonna start my own religion and call it Lizzy-ism. Give me a few years and I’m sure I can get a decent following.It’s called “An Introduction to Scientology”. Most libraries have copies or you can watch it at your local Scientology Church or Mission.

  42. Just from ideas floating around in his head probably.

  43. L Ron Hubbard was NOT a fat, greasy charlatan. In fact, he was VERY intelligent, and the proof?Seriously, most of his stuff in later years was just a minor rewrite of the stuff he wrote for science fiction magazines when he was in his 20’s.

  44. Denial is the commonality between all those who will believe regardless of the most convincing evidence to the contrary, and fruitcake scientologists are no different..!!fully answers these kinds of questions.

  45. He got them from Space Aliens.

  46. Scientology’s approach to solve human aberration: Auditing.Body surface (WHERE)Among the basic principles of scientology are the following:His imagination. $cientology is based on his fictional writings.

  47. – “Communication is the Universal Solvent.”He was the man who spent over 50 years researching and writing on the mind body and spirit. And unlike other philosphies out there, he loved sharing his results with others.Why don’t you write a politcal book instead?

  48. When dealing with the reactive mind we are dealing with the problem that individual is trying to confront that which he thinks he can’t confront so he is stuck. To solve this problem Hubbard developed Auditing. A verbal therapy that uses questions to help the individual address what is bothering him. So the person by his own volition can solve his own problems. The big difference between Auditing and Psychoanalysis is that the Psychoanalyst evaluates for the person and tells him what to think. In Auditing you just ask and listen and let the person make his own mind about things. If you give a person a fish you can feed him one time but if you teach him to fish you can feed him for a life time. That’s Scientology’s approach.It is based on philosophical & spiritual practices from a variety of human traditions. It is seen by its adherents to be a very workable technology for the enhancement of spiritual well-being, both for oneself & others.Are you asking if Joseph Smith and L. Ron Hubbard are the same person? If so, NO.http://www.religioustolerance.org/scient…There are no suggestions involved in Auditing, all conclusion are done by you by your own intelligence. Auditors are bound the Auditor’s Code to never evaluate for the preclear (preclear is a person receiving Scientology processing). Never get in a relationship with the preclear. All information released during auditing is protected by law and not even the police can gain access to that information. Enforcing this code of conduct is the Scientology Ethics Officer and Scientology law. Any violation to the Auditors code is considered a high crime in Scientology and will result removal of any Auditing Certificates and/or expulsion from the church. I have seen this happen and am a very serious matter.More American fruitcakes added to the fray..!!

  49. Asimov was a genius as a scholar and fantasy writer.

  50. 3. Return to Step 2, to find new ones to run. Use ruds while running if necessary. There is an effort to stop and hurry on Incident 1.No I didn’t hear that. I just know Hubbard was a con man.

  51. In EVERYTHING she said.This is what you assert to be “basically true”?”If you want to make a little money, write a book. If you want to make a lot of money, create a religion.” — L. Ron Hubbard

  52. A. Man is in essence an immortal spirit.B. Human life represents a composite of a mortal body with the immortal spirit.There’s also a DVD of an interview he gave thatScientology states that man is a Spiritual being that controls a body through a mind. To represent this life force, the Greek symbol for though “Theta” was selected to avoid confusion with any prior practice.The author of Battlefield Earth (Quadrant Books, L8.95) intrigues more than the book. Mr L. Ron Hubbard invented the cult called Scientology, upon which was founded a hugely successful church, which at the last count claimed 200,000 adherents in Britain and millions elsewhere. He, however, is no longer associated with the Church of Scientology and has long been in Howard Hughes-like seclusion.From his science fiction to his Encyclopedia of the Bible, which is arguably the BEST biblical guide I have have ever read.well how about the reckoning day of megadeth? spread the news the true messiah said, the God’s representative. now if you deny the true messiah or the devil extinctioner then extinct like the devil.

  53. – “All problems of the mind are created by the mind.”

  54. His wife Emma did not think he was a jerk. (his only wife). He was persecuted for his religious beliefs. To the third question…..no.F. Scientology focuses on techniques of communication and improvement of an individual’s self-awareness.Not very, just look at the abundance of “holy” books out there

  55. It’s not hard just look under Fantasy at your local Library

  56. What about Oliver Cowdry? I have felt the presence in The Grove, Palmyra NY, the Temple in Ohio. Thank you for the in put. The marriage to Emma is the only one similar to what we believe today one man one woman, the others most after his death were “sealed”.

  57. He made it his life’s work and millions all over the world are living better lifes because of his work.

  58. Obviously if we force someone to confront some very heavy events from the far past, the sheer emotional charge could be even fatal, just like as sadness or regret can kill or make ill somebody. This is what Hubbard meant. I don`t know about this Xenu thing though.Looks like tabloid fabrication.

  59. I didn’t know books contained or held liquid. What kind of liquid was leaking from it ?Wasn’t it Glen Larson who wrote it? I maybe wrong!

  60. Buda-boom ! J/K.Writing a book is not as easy as you may think. Look at how many people it took to write the bible and they still couldn’t get it right.

  61. He did what most cults do, he made up a line and the people bought it because they liked what it said to them. All you have to do is give him control over all your money…now that is what any “smart” American would do.

  62. Scientology was developed over a period of about 20 years of research by L.Ron Hubbard & his numerous co-researchers.He was a science fiction writer who found a good way to get rich was to make up his own version of psychology with some fiction interspersed, and died a very rich and powerful man. Just look at the Fair Game policy. Sue and threaten anyone who questions Scientology, and make each member pay exorbitant sums to ascend in “rank”. It can’t be more self-evident that this was a scheme, not a way of helping people.

  63. E. Communication resolves problems and allows an individual to alter their thoughts & decisions.just take some XTC and you’ll get the same as the bible 😀

  64. The mind (we are not talking about the brain that is just the center of the nervous system) is a bank of mental image pictures. This bank is what the spirit uses to make decisions; it is composed of the analytical mind and the reactive mind. The analytical is clear; it doesn’t have any hidden influences and is fully accessible by the Thetan. The reactive mind is a collection of bad mental image picture and they are bad because the Thetan considers them to be bad. The reactive mind is the hidden influence and command value that can’t be confronted by the thetan (because he think he can’t). The reactive mind is the cause for all human aberration, insanity or evil purpose.Excerpted from:5. If a bog, do Millazo Pack. Write down some ‘mutual associations’. Re each one on this list, FIND THE INCIDENT THAT MADE THEM ONE, and run that. Then, run OT III, Incident 2 and 1 after that cluster is broken up. Occasionally, BTs will have an incident that made them one other then Incident 2, thus this action.

  65. In Scientology you don`t hear about things. You get there to remember and see yourself.Disclaimer: This is my personal understanding of Scientology from my studies. Don’t take my word for it, read Scientology.Any friend or family member can audit you for free. Or you can take the courses and get your Auditing with other students. But if you want to hire a professional auditing team of course it will cost you. An auditing team is composed of the Auditor, Ethics Officer, Quality Assurance (the person that tells the Auditor what to do), Corrections (the people that constantly train the Auditor on how to do the process) and the rest of the administration of a Church of Scientology. These are not one on one services, these are a whole team working to better you. That’s why it gets expensive but it is worth it.Anonymous has declared war on the Church of Scientology – ask them whyI am a freezone scientologist. I am not affiliated with the Church of Scientology.

  66. Reincarnation is accepted as a possibility by scientology but it is NOT a belief which is taught in scientology. Individuals are free to accept or reject the prospect of reincarnation. Although most scientologists ultimately come to a personal acceptance of some aspect of reincarnation as a result of a better understanding of their own personal history of decision-making.http://www.lronhubbard.org/

  67. The study of religion is my thing like baseball is to you, Kimmer.On thetanHe was a liar and a thief. He was murdered because of his acts of polygamy.

  68. In this website can you read it from the man himself. Just open the field on the left down corner and select .i didn’t read any of this but why would some nut job sci fi writer turned religion creator be used in any discussion involving the bible except for slander i mean christianity is crazy enough for the most of us scientology is just plain ridiculous

  69. If you mean to ask if they are both cult leaders? If so, YES.

  70. Tom Cruise is into that crap. He made a complete @$$ of himself on several TV shows trying to sell his Voodoo to people. He was never one of my favorite actors however I lost major respect for him after his side show.Like all novelists, he got his information primarily from his imagination.

  71. He told DOZENS of time, even as written proof in letters that the secret to becoming rich and happy in life was to start a religion. So he did, and made TONS of cash off of stupid followers who TO THIS DAY, even now that he’s dead, insist that he is legit.Freezone Scientology practices scientology independent of the church of scientology. Generally, they refer to themselves as “freezone” or “independent” scientologists.

  72. How Scientology evolved?Before turning his hand to religion, he wrote 101 science-fiction novels. By his own admission, he was one of the great writers of the golden age of space romance and was recruited to the trade by John W. Campbell Jr, the editor of Astounding Science Fiction. Campbell is generally acknowledged as the founding father and chief inspiration of this golden age, which Mr Hubbard dates roughly from his own introduction to the genre (1938) to about the time he quit it, in 1950. (Kingsley Amis, the pioneer of science-fiction criticism, dates it from 1949 to 1962, which puts Mr Hubbard beyond the pale.) He returns now with this massive tome and invites comparison with the best.

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