Scientology Sunday Funnies: The "Dwindling Spiral"?

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Scientologists don't really have a Sunday service. They like to say that they do, because they crave mainstream acceptance. But unless Xenu rested after six days and L. Ron Hubbard just forgot to mention it, there's no reason for Scientologists to treat Sunday any differently than every other day of coursework, detoxes, fundraising, and generally clearing the planet.

So here at the Voice, we've come up with a Scientology Sunday tradition of our own, and we call it Sunday Funnies! Our sources regularly send us Scientology's wacky and tacky fundraising mailers, and each week we choose three of them to gaze upon, hoping that it inspires you to wax eloquent in our comments section. So here we go...

LATE-BREAKING ENTHETA: Just a few hours ago, an amazing, in-depth investigative report from Tampa Bay Times reporter Drew Harwell hit the Internet this morning. Harwell has done a killer job exposing how an unholy alliance of Scientologists and Nation of Islam thugs is sucking dry a Clearwater, Florida charter school while pushing L. Ron Hubbard's "study tech" on mostly Black and underprivileged kids. This story has so many troubling elements, we're still absorbing the enormity of it. Congratulations to Harwell for pulling together so many different pieces to the puzzle in this hard-hitting report.

Just heard from Harwell -- This story is on the TB Times front page, but for some reason isn't appearing on the website yet. When it does, we'll link to it. (Now fixed. The link should take you to Tampabay.com)

Now, back to our previously scheduled Sunday Funnies...

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I did a double-take when I received this mailer from Saint Hill. Has any Scientology come-on ever admitted, in the church's history, that Scientology is nosediving in a "dwindling spiral"?

OMG!

Of course, they'll say that the reference is to us wogs out here in wogworld, and we're the ones crashing and in dire need of their help. But still. That's some choice of words for an advertisement, don't you think?

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I'm presently looking into stories from Sydney to Brussels, from Clearwater to Los Angeles, and even a few right here in NYC. I just haven't had time to look into South America -- can any of our readers down there do some checking on this Colonel Prado, who has supposedly single handedly turned Colombia into a bright shining civilization through the use of his OT powers?

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That Melbourne Org just does not quit. And now teaming up with Sydney? I don't even know what the hell this event is supposed to be about, I just know that I want to be there!

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And here's your bonus mailer: get to the Hollywood Celebrity Center tonight for its Oscar Party!

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I want to thank my mailer sources, who are expanding rapidly around the world. We love these mailers, and we want more of them!

Now, let's hear your thoughts about these advertisements or about anything else this Sunday morning. It's our day to relax and have some fun.


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Tony Ortega has been the editor in chief of the Village Voice since March, 2007. He started writing about Scientology in 1995. You can reach him by e-mail at tortega@villagevoice.com, and if you ask nicely he'll put you on his mailing list for notifications of new stories, which tend to come out each and every morning at 8 am, but can suddenly appear at any time of the day. You can also catch his alerts at Twitter (@VoiceTonyO), at his Facebook author page, and even this new Google Plus doohickey.

New readers might want to check out our primer, "What is Scientology?" Another good overview is our series from last summer, "Top 25 People Crippling Scientology." At the top of every story, you'll see the "Scientology" category which, if you click on it, will bring up all of our most recent stories. As for our regular features, on Thursdays we do a roundup of world press, on Fridays we visit L. Ron Hubbard on the yacht Apollo circa 1969-1971, on Saturdays we celebrate the week's best comments, and on Sundays we publish Scientology's wacky and tacky advertising mailers that people send us.

As for hot subjects we've covered here, you may have heard about Debbie Cook, the former church official who rebelled and is now being sued by Scientology. You might have also heard about the Super Power Building, Scientology's "Mecca," whose secrets were revealed here. We also reported how Scientology spied on its own most precious object, Tom Cruise. (We wrote Tom an open letter that he has yet to respond to.) Have you seen a Scientology ad on TV lately? We debunked some of the claims in that 2-minute commercial you might have seen while watching Glee or American Idol.

Other stories have looked at Scientology's policy of "disconnection" that is tearing families apart. You may also have heard something about the Sea Org experiences of the Paris sisters, Valeska and Melissa, and their friend Ramana Dienes-Browning. We've also featured Paulette Cooper, who wrote about Scientology back in the day, and Janet Reitman, Hugh Urban, and the team at the Tampa Bay Times, who write about it today. And there's plenty more coming.


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Voting Is For Idiots
Voting Is For Idiots

Oh! I like that $1850 for "shared accomodations" in a Columbian rat infested shithole. That means for two thousand bucks you get crammed in to a hotel room with 15 other rubes who managed to come up with the dough. What serious fun.

Voting Is For Idiots
Voting Is For Idiots

"Everyone is welcome at Saint Hill." LOL! Remember when these insane criminals used to boast about how their local book stores and business offices were "on the trembling edge of going Saint Hill size!?" LOL.

In a,.r.s the ARSCC used to laugh because the crooks out at Saint Hill had maybe a dozen paying customers left.

As for that Columbian ad, man, these fascist criminals really don't care just how fucking fascist they appear in their ads. Amazing.

Jack
Jack

I've been a Scientologist for over 30 years and how far people would go on miss interpreting the subject is amazing to me.  All I can say is find some self determinism and go find out for yourself. By simply getting a book like "Dianetics", and read it and find out for yourself. Then you can see for your self how wild these stories are. ALL the rumours, critics and attackers will come and go but Scientology will still be here. Because you can't kill an idea.  Look how hard it's been attacked by the media and vested interest's like drug companies and crazy control nuts that want to keep the population dumbed down and turn it into a total slaves society... 

Villagedianne
Villagedianne

So the big money gets siphoned off at the top while the teachers go without salary or supplies.  Sounds like they are being trained to become Scientology staffers!

DodoTheLaser
DodoTheLaser

I might be wrong, but "Mission: Earth" decalogy comes to mind. Re: Hubbard and his humor.

DodoTheLaser
DodoTheLaser

I really don't like regular clowns. How am I supposed to feel about the fake clowns?! Ugh. 

Aa
Aa

I feel kind of bad about mentioning yesterday that thorough list of links that came published at the bottom every Scientology article ... as now it's gone. (assuming this was not just an amazing coincidence that had nothing to do with my suggestion)

Tony, I love those big glanceable lists, especially 1990s-style, one giant page (compared to the currently-in-fashion 'blog' style of just a few entries per page). The SP/TB Times put together a great all-in-one Scientology page, and that's the sort of thing I was thinking of for VV, especially something that could more easily get picked up by internet search engines. However, to my surprise, I just discovered that the Time's 'Truth Rundown' mega-page is not even indexed by Google (at least through the first 500 hits on "scientology") despite being such a wealth of information. (So maybe only those who play the SEO game get a spot high on the list?)

Oh well, I can't turn back the clock and take back what I said.

Aa
Aa

I forgot to say that I like the new Scientology summary with the 'condensed version' of embedded links, it should be a big help for people new to the subject.(it's just that the 'long version' was nice too)

DuckBenway
DuckBenway

Located here:

http colon slash slash www dot khow dot com/player/?station=KHOW-AM&program_name=podcast&program_id=fullshow_boyles.xml&mid=21841735

SP 'Onage
SP 'Onage

Why are they handing out a book (The Carnival Of Death) to children?How does this concern children? It's about a U.S. treasury agent, in the incognito of a carnival detective, solves a series of bizarre murders and exposes a drug ring. WTF?

The Carnival of Death (L. Ron Hubbard Classic Fiction Series) (Classic Fiction Series) (Leather Bound)What a piece of literary crap! It's selling on Amazon for $4.75... what does that tell ya?

Next they'll be handing out Hubbard's,"The Mad Dog Murder" to kids. It's about an ingenious and cold-blooded plan that turns a harmless Pekinese dog into an insidious agent of murder. Hey, at least it has a dog in it. lol

I swear, everything that's wrong with the world is everything that's wrong with scientology.

eddieVroom
eddieVroom

 Per LRH, they're just adult thetans in little bodies.

SP 'Onage
SP 'Onage

It seems like there is no end to their invasion on our kids and getting into the education system. Should we be really worried?

skippress
skippress

"...exposing how an unholy alliance of Scientologists and Nation of Islam thugs is sucking dry a Clearwater, Florida charter school while pushing L. Ron Hubbard's "study tech" on mostly Black and underprivileged kids"

Wel, that's been going on for a while. Barack Obama's Chicago neighbor and buddy Louis Farrakhan, head of Nation of Islam, was staying at the $cientology Celebrity Centre in Hollywood awhile back. No doubt CC resident Isaac Hayes got the word out to him how easy the chicks were there. (OK, so Farrakhan has hated B.O. since the time he started off his political career in his house, but that could be just a bunch of fake-out to fool the press.)

Evil tends to hang together in this world; I'm glad they're all spinning down the drain in tandem in the same spiral.

LightOfTruth123
LightOfTruth123

I just read the Tampa Bay Times expose about that Clearwater school. Firstly, well done to Drew Harwell for the expose.

I think I might not be responsible for my actions if I learned that my child was deceitfully indoctrinated with Scientology without my knowledge.

So they're targeting the youth now. That thought just fills me with abject horror!

It just shows how far America has slid backwards, for such things to even be possible. In my country, there's 'one' school curriculum nationwide, and no-one can meddle with that. Every year it is revised at the highest educational levels, to ensure it stays up to date.

Kate Bornstein
Kate Bornstein

I'd comment here—well, I would have commented on a LOT of the past week's blogs—but I'm down with the flu. And me a Dianetic Clear. Oh wait—they cancelled my certificates when I left. That must be why I'm no longer at cause over all my health stuff. But really, don't touch this post—it's more contagious than a bucket full of body thetans.

eddieVroom
eddieVroom

 You've been reading OT III, haven't you?..   :)~

SP 'Onage
SP 'Onage

Hey, get better. :-( Don't let it turn into pneumonia like I did.

I was wondering what happen to you? Glad you're back. :-)

Ben
Ben

Yeaaaay for all the people who submit the crap they get from the cult.  Thanks for posting for all of us to share.

DeckardCain
DeckardCain

FYI, a company called Authentic Brands owns the likeness to the Marilyn Monroe image.  Not sure who owns Charlie Chaplin although I think it is still owned by the Chaplin family.  Just sayin, in the case someone wants to contact either group.

SP 'Onage
SP 'Onage

"Literacy Crusade's logo invited the public to Scientologists' yearly Winter Wonderland in downtown Clearwater and offered free gifts to newly enrolled Life Force students."

The NOI leaders are going against their teachings, all in the name of money and greed. The celebration of scientology's "Winter Wonderland" is a big "no, no," because Santa/nimrod is there.

The 25th of December is the birthday of Nimrod, the evil demon of the white race, who was born in the last 300 years of the civilization of Moses (17th Century B.C.).

"Dr. Hanan," yeah, right LOL! Hanan Islam and Louis Muhammad are a joke! All you have to do is follow the money, they're not in it to help anybody but themselves.

scnethics
scnethics

LOL - As I read through the Tampa Bay Times story, I'm just saying to myself, "yep", "yep", "yep".  I'm so familiar with these people!  The truth is that when it comes to crossing the line and pushing scientology on these children, scientologists simply cannot help themselves.  They believe so firmly that it's good and that those who oppose it are evil - they just can't help it.

And who cares what the outside world has to say about making kids clean public bathrooms?   I'm surprised they haven't installed a chain locker.  :))

Crooks are a dime a dozen in scientology.  There are so many gullible people there, it's very attractive for folks like "Dr. Hanan".

What another nice train wreck, completely of their own making!

SP 'Onage
SP 'Onage

Yep. All we have to do is sit back and enjoy the show. Nation Of Islam and the scilons will eventually start eating each other. Gawd, I love being a sci-watcher...hehe

Anon A
Anon A

Congrats to the Melbourne Org for coming up with the worst Austin Powers cosplay EVER.

Miss Pert
Miss Pert

 The Sydney event may actually be ok. The guy dressed up as Travolta, Len Collen OTVIII, was a professional entertainer and is a good MC, comedian and singer, and is someone I've always thought of as a nice guy and hoped would wake up. I don't know about the Austin Powers person though, he could drag it all down badly.

 Thetan-X
Thetan-X

don't forget the "action packed final and delicious 3-Course Dinner" 

Wow!! three whole Courses imaging that, i wonder what they're having? 

Benjamin_wilsonscott
Benjamin_wilsonscott

Yes. Absolutely worthy of heave laughter. Go, Tony Ortega!

One item, I am pretty sure that little boy in the vintage race-car is Hubbard, who was busting broncos before the merry old age of three years. I am also pretty sure that he won grand prize, too!

Keep up the good work!

JustWilliam
JustWilliam

The Drew Harwell article is now up at tampabay{dot}com (add "/news/education/controversy-over-scientology-influence-clouds-future-of-pinellas-charter/1217239")

Jefferson Hawkins
Jefferson Hawkins

These Scientology schools routinely say that they have nothing, absolutely nothing, to do with the Church of Scientology. Yet if you go to Scientology's events or read their glossy magazines, you will see them going on and on about the fabulous success of "their" education programs. So which is it, Scientology? Are these your schools or not? You can't have it both ways.They also brag, in their magazines and events, about how the International Association of Scientologists "supports" these "LRH study tech schools" all over the world. Really, Scientology? Then why is this school going bankrupt, even with federal funding? I'll wager that if you did an audit of this school's books you would find no funds coming from the IAS to them. So, Scientology, where are those IAS donations really going? They don't go where you say they are going. So how about opening up the IAS books to public scrutiny?Finally, follow the money. Those payments to the "World Literacy Crusade" - how much of that went to Applied Scholastics, and from there to the Church of Scientology coffers? Instead of "supporting" these Hubbard schools, is Scientology actually profiting from them?The story about kids being "disciplined" by having to mop the floors was disgusting. Here we see their real agenda coming to the fore - to export Scientology's culture of authoritarianism, unquestioning obediance and abuse to the society at large - starting with the most vulnerable. If you strip away all the window dressing, you see that Scientology's "Study Tech" teaches and enforces one thing: that if you disagree with what you are being taught it is something wrong with YOU - "misunderstood words," "lack of mass," "out-ethics" and so on and you must therefore be corrected until you "get it." This is authoritarian education at its worst.

Larry Brennan
Larry Brennan

You nailed it Jeff!

In HCOB of July 20, 1974 entitled "Ethics and Study Tech" Hubbard makes it clear that study tech is scientology's primary bridge to society.

There is one and only one reason for scientology to be involved in these schools and that is to spread scientology. This is done in part by getting money from those groups into organized scientology's coffers usually by creating phony signifances to get money into the accounts of groups it controls such as Applied Scholastics or ABLE or any other number of corporations and trusts they control.

This is also done by turning people into scientologists so that they too can pay for services and to their phony causes. The poorer marks can be turned into virtual slaves by getting them onto staff so that they can be used to get scientology more money from others..

And while doing all this they try to get good PR while they lie, lie, lie about it.

In Executive Directive of July 20, 1974 "THE TECH OF STUDY" Hubbard makes clear that study tech is part of the tech of scientology. This was also made clear in the very first "What is Scientology" book from 1978 which additionally stated that Applied Scholastics was a scientology corporation.

And all this while the very basics of study "tech" and the manifestations connected with each (passing a misunderstood word, improper balance of mass and signifance and even the signifance they assign to a wrong gradient)  is completely unproven. It is also potentially very dangerous as real problems of study can be overlooked if one only focuses on Hubbard's unproven "findings".

The only thing I can think of that is sometimes useful in "study tech" is looking up words you want to understand, finding the right definition and then using it is sentances. But Hubbard did not invent dictionaries or looking up words or using them in sentances. Heck nuns beat that into me by the end of third grade!

And that is organized scientology, the game where everyone is deceived and where everyone eventually loses.

DeckardCain
DeckardCain

Lookie here peeps!  We have it in writing that Tony tries to deliver us fresh downstat every morning at 8:00 a.m. (Eastern Standard Time, of course).  I love the commitment.  I was hoping for more teasers today, but I'll take the unofficial agreement for excellence.

I did rather enjoy the story on the Scientology "Trojan Horse" linked in this post.  Us Scientology Rodeo Watchers knew some parts of this story but not all of it, and I had not seen the parts about stealing fire systems and copper plumbing from the building where children word clear.

I really wish all of the "BUT THINK OF THE CHILDREN" screamers would pick up on some of these stories.  But not for the elaborate back story, they'd have political gold here.

California
California

The "think of the children" people definitely pick up and act on these stories but they, by-n-large, do not post in these forums. If you are close to the districts in question, an academic interested in the issues, or active and involved in some other way, you see the changes. Otherwise, not. 

As many of us discovered back in the early-mid 2000's, the cultures of the public education public policy people and academics are very different from the netizens and the two "play" with each other usually only at a distance.  It seems to work best for all.

MarkStark
MarkStark

The back story problem struck me too. A story like this might be unintelligible to a person not familiar with Scientology and they wouldn't know what to make of it.

It is a small charter school with 95 children. No one was molested or physically beaten. They didn't lock the children in the school and force them to stay under their desks or make them lick the floors, as they might do to Scientology workers in one of their compounds.

Locally, it could have more traction though. Also, I think it shows what Scientology is headed toward, a meltdown of their public relations BS. As Jeff Hawkins said, they can't have it both ways, now that the public can see plainly how they are trying to have it both ways.

Scientology was always mostly propaganda and hard-sell sales techniques. People at home, even if they are watching on the official website are not going to buy BS about "shivering for the next trillion years" in darkness, or their personality evaluation chart, and things they might have fallen for during a vulnerable period, having been drawn into an Org by a friend, cult member (body router), or wanting more information about Dianutty.

One of the reasons Miscavige might keep building buildings, is he just doesn't know what else to do, even if they are empty. They are good investments, for when the cult will have to switch from planetary clearing, to making the great leaders of tomorrow, "making the rich elite, more rich and elite."

Innovative educational computer software, and learning to use information on the web is going to take an increasing role in the education of everyone, including children. It's just going to make this Hubbard stuff nuttier than ever. This school had 2 computers for 95 students. That says it all.

O. Lallieberry
O. Lallieberry

The dwindling spiral = money-making opportunity:

"You can get a much better fee — I tell you as auditors quite frankly — it's much easier to get a great deal of money out of somebody who's on a down spiral into becoming MEST than it is to get money out of somebody who is going on an up spiral toward becoming theta." -- L. Ron Hubbard,  "Philadelphia Doctorate Course" #15 (1952)

grundoon
grundoon

 First redo the OT levels, then retread Clear, then a few hundred hours of Objectives, then start over rereading the Basics from the very beginning.  Has someone gotten a great deal of money out of this?  Hmm, maybe it is on-Source after all, now that you have shown us the proper LRH reference.

California
California

RE:  FL Charter School taken over by SCN/Study Tech

Did this story wake me up this morning!  

Please note the slow, steady stealth take-over of a failing charter school (of which there are many thousands in the U.S. right now) by Life-Force A & T Academy, which is heavily affiliated with SCN. There is much public education tax money by-passing the school and going into the pockets of SCN-connected individuals and thence to DM, as we know. 

This morning the phones and e-mails have been zinging around the country to responsible educational public policy wonks, media, and public education officials.  I think that the problem of the FL L-F A & T Academy will be solved, post-haste, with the students being transferred to good local public and/or charter schools, but this is a wake-up call to us all about DM's continued obsession and need to access U.S. public education students and monies.  Like he did back in 2000.

And SCN-watchers and ex'es:  can you publish here if Bob Adams is still head of A.B.L.E. and involved with this stealth take-over?

What you can guys out there do?  

Please check on the status of your failing charter schools in your area and see if there are any recent "take-overs," applications for bankruptcy, or Applied Scholastics, Narconon Drug Education, New Life, Study Tech, etc., programs being taught and/or non-credentialled  people being brought in to teach in these schools.  If so, publish the information here, contact local media, contact the local board of education and the state board of education about the challenge.  Different states have different rules, so it will take some diligence and work, but the job can be done.  

Please, use this forum to get the information out there ........

California
California

Bob Adams is now Vice-President of the Church of Scientology and, therefore, OSA Int.

MarkStark
MarkStark

This charter school story needs to go on 60 minutes, because parents around the country need baloney detection "technology." Not that hard really. Anything with Hubbard's name on it is cult-related baloney.

The head of the school, "Dr." Hanan -- with a fake doctorate from a diploma mill just like Hubbard -- funneling government money away, kids without supplies, perfect! Arrest these people, and take Pat Harney, David Miscavige and other cult liars with them.

The NOI may be a case where Sciloontology got in over its head with their reach. "Penetrating" small groups of poor people in 3rd world countries can be done easily by this cult, but doing that here is going to eventually backfire.

From the article:---------------Greg Blunt, whose 11-year-old daughter, Ta’Shannia, was one of Life Force’s first students in 2009, removed her from the school last month because of what he called Scientology’s “takeover” of the school -- something the church denies.

School administrators, Blunt said, have long lied to parents about the church’s involvement. When Ta’Shannia returned home from the Ybor Christmas party with The Carnival of Death, one of Hubbard’s pulp-fiction books, he burned it.------------------He shouldn't have burnt that book! He should have taken photos of his daughter with it and had someone put it on the Internet with the story of how she got it. Too bad the book wasn't curriculum. Getting a Hubbard book at a school-sanctioned cult Christmas party is bizarre though.

The cult explains that Hubbard is one of the greatest "wordsmiths" of all time. With words like "obnose and knowingness," how could he not be? Right, like Marty Rathbun or Karin Pouw are "great" writers and thinkers too. Where would the English language be without Hubbard and his cult, and  great books like Dianutty, A History of Man, and his pulp fiction, the latter which is, according to Miscavige, "sweeping the Arab world." Eventually it will make all Muslims Scilons for sure.

As the cult goes down the toilet -- not getting the college dropouts like they used to -- they are trying to form alliances with other disenfranchised groups. Their problem with taking over school programs for the poor, like this, with some shady people involved, is that it's not like the cult. Kids, parents, and teachers will talk, as they have this time. And, it gets out, from the press, to the Internet.

Frolix8
Frolix8

""Dr." Hanan -- with a fake doctorate from a diploma mill just like Hubbard"

It bears repeating.

Billy Bob
Billy Bob

One thing I think Hubbard was fond of was the short cut.  He took them, and then he sold them.  Like in Dianetics or whatever, when he explains how he can make an auditor out of someone in 2 weeks - all as part of this huge lie, as he's telling people they could  become effectively therapists in a matter of weeks, fully capable of competing with psychoanalysts who spent 8 years in training.

Taking the short cuts.  Goes to college for 1/2 year, drops out, and claims he's a Nuclear Physicist; That's Hubbard!

I have noticed this many times, there certain types of con-men and women who are attracted to the various Hubbard enterprises. They love their titles and honorifics, are easily sold on anything that can help prop up their sense of self importance.

They also take short cuts.   I've personally known a few, the likes of "Dr." Hanan and Rev. Alfreddie Johnson; also creepy fake certificate holders who boasted loudly of their supposed good deeds (keeping Kid off Drugs, how can you critcize that?) These Scientology operatives continue to move from state to state, and internationally, hoodwinking governments for as long as possible, taking advantage of anti-drug sentiments to infiltrate schools and hand out TWTH, bilk the state with the false promises of the Criminon program, and run their terribly harmful Narconon drugs rehab, etc.  These organizations almost always seem to be headed up by a sleazy moron with a fancy fake title and an artificial sense of self importance.

Sorry, I really took off and that, but those fake diplomas really leave me outraged, because they are such an offense to those who work and study long and hard to earn true professional degrees.

TheHoleDoesNotExist
TheHoleDoesNotExist

Holy Zenu!!!  I just read Tampa Bay Times' reporter, Drew Harwell's report. 

I have never, ever seen one article that so completely portrayed a full microcosm of Scientology World.  It has everything, and I mean everything.

His paint-by-number landscape of the financial weasel within is easy for the reader to visualize without requiring mental gymnastics and yet because it Is so complete,  you have to read it over and over and over due to the complex layered web that is scientology life.

Drew nailed the often overlooked concept of the scientological Trojan Horses (front groups) and the many disguises of their horsemen. 

And no matter how mind boggling, he captured the true heart and soul of a scientologist, liars that lie.  Hubbard was The Lord of the Lies. 

mirele
mirele

I'm guessing that story which appeared in the Sierra Vista paper was supposed to be embargoed when it went out on the AP wire, but for some reason, the embargo notice failed and it ended up on the Sierra Vista Herald's website. I don't think there are any Scientology outlets in the southeastern Arizona area, but there is a large military base next to Sierra Vista, so warning the locals, who will likely move on as part of their military careers, is a good thing.

scilonschools
scilonschools

I know Sunday is a keep it light day, but regarding the Scientology in School article, so much more chilling when read in conjunction with LRH original doc . Hubbard, L. R. (1953, April). Child Scientology The Technical Bulletins of Dianetics and Scientology (Issue 14-G)

Just in case you don't have a copy Tony , I will email link.

Frolix8
Frolix8

What does the bulletin say?

scilonschools
scilonschools

It.s PDF so can't cut aned paste but avail on Net.

Vasically it talks about infiltrateing Schools, Orphanages etc to 'group process' children and create Scientologist that could take over the world  15 years later.It is a pretty spooky doc, only about 2 pages long.Try to find original copy, not the later edited version.

California
California

Dear Tony and Scilonschools:

Can you post the url to this pdf?

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