Scientology's Secret Ranch: Where LRH Will Reincarnate?

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Last week, we had a bit of fun publishing detailed maps to Scientology's super-secret underground vault locations.

The vaults are the project of the Church of Spiritual Technology, a hush-hush entity inside Scientology that owns the trademarks and copyrights to L. Ron Hubbard's works, and that digs very expensive holes in the ground to store copies of Hubbard's writings so that they can survive a nuclear holocaust. Houses are also built near the vaults, and former CST employee Dylan Gill told us the purpose of these houses was to provide places for a reincarnated Hubbard to be raised in preparation of taking over Scientology.

After the story ran, Gill told us he noticed that readers wanted to know which of the "LRH Houses" the reincarnated Hubbard was most likely to return to. He told us the answer, and it turned out to be none of the places we showed on Monday.

So, after the jump: Where Hubbard is most likely to come back to Earth!

In last Monday's story, we provided detailed information about Scientology's strange vaults that are located in three different states:

-- "Rimforest" is what Gill calls CST's headquarters, a compound in the San Bernardino Mountains above Los Angeles. (Other former Scientologists tend to call it "Twin Peaks" -- both are the names of small nearby mountain hamlets.)

-- In Northern California, near the town of Petrolia.

-- In the Sierra Nevada mountains, near Tuolumne, in the Lady Washington Mine.

-- Near Trementina, New Mexico.

-- Near Sweeney Ranch, in Wyoming, south of the town of Rock Springs.

We didn't, however, write anything about another important CST property, a ranch near the town of Creston, California and east of Atascadero.

The reason we didn't mention Creston is that there's no underground vault there. But it's still a frightfully important place in the history of Scientology. It's the place where, on January 24, 1986, L. Ron Hubbard "left his body" to pursue his spiritual researches unencumbered by his corpse, which was 74 years old.

Like properties at Trementina and Petrolia, the Creston Ranch features a large CST logo of interlocking circles carved into the ground and visible from well up in the sky...

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In Monday's story, Gill explained the purpose of the big symbols on the ground...

"That's where LRH is supposed to go, when he returns," Gill says. Once Hubbard adopts a new body, he's expected to make his way to one of the CST bases. "That's where he's supposed to be raised and be taken care of," Gill says. "So the symbol is a way for a spirit to find its way back to where it belongs."

After the story came out, Gill noticed that readers wondered which of the places Hubbard's reincarnated self was most likely to return to. He told me that in CST, the answer was rather obvious: they expected Hubbard would be reborn in the same place where he had died, the ranch near Creston.

According to some Scientology sources, Sea Org members get a break of 21 years between their lifetimes in their billion-year contracts. It's been 26 years since Hubbard shed his old body, which suggests that he would have entered a new body in 2007. So to our California friends from Paso Robles to Santa Barbara, if you spot a chain-smoking 5-year-old redhead with an eye for ladies in miniskirts -- hey, give us a call!


UPDATE: I hear WhyWeProtest.net may be imploding, but you still have to love the photoshoppers over there. Ask and ye shall receive...

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Tony Ortega is the editor-in-chief of The Village Voice. Since 1995, he's been writing about Scientology at several publications.

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156 comments
Brideofxenu
Brideofxenu

So what if he decided to come back as a sea org child and most of them are made to abort. He might have been trying for ages. Haha

Jonathan Hendry
Jonathan Hendry

Somebody should develop a neural network or something, that can recognize that shape, then turn it loose over Google Earth to see if there are any others.

How To Patent
How To Patent

Great thought. Good one. Thanks for sharing this article with us. Regard.

Assaro
Assaro

The LRH Being known as Source has several bodies in our current lifetime (see material). One of them lives in Germany. I met him and tested him for 3 years and I am convinced that this guy knows so much and has such clear understanding of the material that only a founder could know. He came several times in a Cofs orgs and offered to test his claims on a e-meter, but he was denied. So the question is, which incarnation of LRH are you waiting for???.

redhead
redhead

TonyThe Billion year contract was being signed in the early days as told by Hana Whitefield, in an interview with Anonymous in Hamburg in 2010. You can find it on UTube L R Hubbards abuses Part 1/6.As i said recently its  very enlightening , as to the culture of scientology and how believers see things, when they are in it

DodoTheLaser
DodoTheLaser

IRS is short on funding lately, CIA as curious as always. It is a good time for some "new religions" to loose their tax-exempt status.Abuse should never be a part of "religion".Prepare for a change.

McGins
McGins

Let me see.........Sea Org members are HIGHLY encouraged to have abortions, so LRH's route back into the SO as a Sea Org baby to be brought up on the ranch is not going to happen.   And...........the church is so paranoid about any of the properties such as the ranch that it is doubtful anyone is living or would be allowed to live at the ranch (other than security guards) so that route is cut off for LRH as well.   Hmm.  LRH is probably not going to be spending his next childhood living at the ranch.  Just sayin'.

redhead
redhead

Hes probably come back as a snake, and currently crawling round somewhere

looking for his route back. A bit difficult to see at ground level

SP 'Onage
SP 'Onage

I just finished watching a YouTube video called, "scientology secret vault." It's amazing that scientology flew a lawyer from Los Angles out to New Mexico to try and stop the story from airing. News 13 went a head with the story (after 2 years) anyway, good for them.

I bet the scilons are doing the same thing to mainstream media, sending lawyers, threatening letters and calls.

Hatchune Shun
Hatchune Shun

Thankfully for us / Sadly for them, there arent enough cult lawyers/goons to go around shaking everybody's tree. Where as hired hands (read:non-cult lawyers/goons) are going to get their reputation tarnished for soliciting with the destructive cult and evil cabbage dwarf.

BroekerBroekerBroeker
BroekerBroekerBroeker

We can have our fun, but I have little doubt that at some point in the next twenty years - but at least a few years after Super Power opens - Miscavige will announce that LRH has been reincarnated and is growing up in the care of Scn Exec Strata members. There are a few reasons this makes sense:

- The concept of the reincarnated leader/deity is strange to us, sure. But it also is an allusion to Lamaistic Buddhism, a religion which receives a decent amount of respect and deference in the West. The short-term mockery from non-Scns engendered by the announcement of Baby LRH could be offset, in the long run, by the Church's adoption of a commonly understood indicia of religiousity. For a Church with no God concept, and which is generally perceived as lacking any spiritual component save a space opera cosmic history, that's a big deal. CoS would actually start to look a bit more like a Church to outsiders if it shared a key theological element with Tibetan Buddhism.

- After Super Power debuts - and assuming that OT IX and X either don't exist or disappeared with Pat Broeker - DM will need a new Big Thing. And what's bigger than the promise of the return of Source, and new research (and OT levels and rundowns and courses and books and MONEY) just a few years down the road? Why would you ever leave CoS when the next levels are a hair away?

- And how could DM be deposed when he is the spiritual - and quite possibly legal - guardian of Baby LRH? That buys him another two decades at the top, at which point he turns the operation over to an LRH molded in his own graven image, and heads off to Bulgravia with a few dozen million dollars.

It makes too much sense not to happen.

Brideofxenu
Brideofxenu

@BroekerBroekerBroeker done on south park lol

Julie_Kanon
Julie_Kanon

Just saw that Radaronline picked up the Debbie Cook story :)

edit: and, The Sun

LightOfTruth123
LightOfTruth123

 Oh vey, and the The Sun went for "waterboarding" in their headline...

Now if there's one story that doesn't need to be sensationalized for shock value, it's Cook's.

TonyOrtega
TonyOrtega

 I emailed the writer and told him exactly that, LOT.

LightOfTruth123
LightOfTruth123

It 'is' The Sun afterall....I'm still happy they carried the story though.

And what do you know, Perez Hilton has now picked up on it :D

Tardy1967
Tardy1967

Can we not assume as LRH was omnipotent and had control over both time and matter that he in fact reincarnated before he died and is in fact DM .

To me its logical as how on earth can a so called religion be run by 2 batshit crazy megalomaniacs in a row therefore they must surely be the same person.

InTheNameOfXenu
InTheNameOfXenu

In Scientologese, Miscavige took on Hubbard's 'valence'. In other words, imitation is the best form of flattery. 

LeeAnneClark
LeeAnneClark

Come on, folks!  We already know what body LRH picked up!  Get with the program.

Hubbard shed his bod in Jan 1896.  He went to Vega Resort Planet for a five-month break (hey, the dude needed a little R&R) and returned to the UK, not too far from one of his original Orgs - Saint Hill - and picked up the body of a boy born in May 1986.  He was raised quietly and out of the public eye.  But he was still obsessed with bizarre fictions, and adulation, and hangin' with cute chicks, and suckin' the lifeblood out of everyone he encounters.  So he became an actor, famous for portraying romantic blood-suckers.

His name?  Robert Pattinson!

LightOfTruth123
LightOfTruth123

A bit off-topic,

A good indicator of the scale (and speed) of Scientology's collapse, is Alexa. End of the first quarter 2011 it went straight down, and stayed down.

NOTseriously
NOTseriously

Any uptick in online searches for CoS is MY researching this mess LOL.

It looks to me like some Scilons sit around and type CoS phrases into search engines all day long. They are secretly looking for links to the awesome Tortega :D

SP 'Onage
SP 'Onage

Lightoftruth, which scientology site at Alexa are you looking at? They have so many sites that are falling, some don't even show a graph, not enough daily traffic. lol

LightOfTruth123
LightOfTruth123

 I'm looking at scientology (DOT) org - the one they use in all their adverts.

Barbara Snow
Barbara Snow

I'm not big on reincarnation... it's just not a topic that interests me.  So I went googling for other information and found it on Google News -- an ABC news story "Scientology spokeswoman Karin Pouw  responds to law suit, Debbie Cook's claims".    It's a good read. 

Her response was filled with the magic words -- church, church, church, ecclesiastical, apostate, heretic, parishioners, ministerial privilege, scripture, religious liberties, faith, ethics.  

I guess they think using those words over and over again will do the trick, but I say a  turd by any other name still stinks. 

InTheNameOfXenu
InTheNameOfXenu

The jargon Karin Pouw is using is equivalent to pouring perfume on a pig.

SP 'Onage
SP 'Onage

It's the "defrocked apostate" wording that made me laugh," that's a new one.

"Ms. Cook and her husband are simply, bitter defrocked apostates"

Boy, they're really trying to sound like a legitimate church. BIG FAIL!

robinlandseadel
robinlandseadel

"We are the Defrocked Apostates, from Austin Texas—AND WE WILL ROCK YOU!"

If Debbie Cook is right then David Miscavige is an Apostate.

I'l Repeat that:

David Miscavige is an Apostate.

John P.
John P.

The only other people I know who use the word "apostates" in this day and age are those  fundamentalist Muslim guys who like to call people apostates just before blowing them up.  

MarkStark
MarkStark

You could tell by her décolletage at trial, that Debbie has been defocked. Wearing her high priestess collar all those years probably wore the top buttons off her blouse.

And duh, Debbie didn't praise her co-workers, especially by name, because David Miscavige would have sent anyone she named in for security checking. It was a hearing, not the freaking Academy Awards.

"I'd like to thank everybody at Flag who didn't notice I was gone when I was being humiliated in the cult prison camp."

As if the absurd gag agreement video with Abelson wasn't bad enough, where he made her parrot some garbage about what a pleasure it was working with everybody, especially David Miscavige and how fair the money was. Next he'd want her to start throwing kisses to all the cult celebrities, who also did nothing when she left. Abelson starts off by getting her name wrong....C-o-o-k. Seriously, how hard is that to remember?

Lliira
Lliira

A legitimate church in 1400, no less. 

Barbara Snow
Barbara Snow

I missed that one... it would have had me laughing too. 

Kgsteele
Kgsteele

Am I missing something here? I thought when he died, it was announced by DM that he dropped his body to continue his research of higher OT levels, becuase his body was holding him back. Am I wrong on that? I had never heard that they expected him to return after 21 years.

Aa
Aa

I wonder how long it will be before the Independents start building competing airfields of their own -- as surely they don't want these sacred space-traveling thetans to wind up in the enemy camp?

Seayaorg
Seayaorg

the new LRH might be 26 years old by now as well. OT8s were told he would become a politician. There is at least one OT8 Class 8 who has a powerful telescope trained on the sky and takes photos - maybe on xemu prison, marcabs or LH - not sure, but some scios giggled about it

Schockenawd
Schockenawd

At some point, DM's gonna have some 'splainin' to do.  Seems like LRH shoulda shown up by now.

Draemr
Draemr

Tony,

Looking at the CST symbol I'm reminded of when I was in the sea org at big blue. (sorry to say, I had something to do with selecting that color)

It used to be the Cedars of Leabanon hospital and a lot of their stuff was left behind. Including the cafeteria trays in the lunch room. The logo on those trays looked exactly like the CST logo!

BroekerBroekerBroeker
BroekerBroekerBroeker

That's new to me, and it's fascinating. And of course, Big Blue predates LRH's death and the formation of CST, so ... it's possible that was the inspirado.

Thanks for that. I'm off to try and find evidence to support this theory.

SP 'Onage
SP 'Onage

Now that's something I haven't heard before.

B Tarkington
B Tarkington

There actually is a distinct resemblance. In 1961, Cedars of Lebanon Hospital merged with Mount Sinai Hospital to form Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Their logo, like the CST logo, is based on two overlapping circles.

The CSMC logo has the letters "C" and "S" in the two circles, while the CST logo has two diamonds. The CSMC logo also has a small caduceus in the overlapping area between the two circles.

CSMC still uses that logo; you can see it on their home page at: http://cedars-sinai.edu/index....

sizzle8
sizzle8

Tony,  Have you considered interviewing Steve "Sarge" Pfauth?  He's an Independent and was one of the three people living at the Creston ranch with LRH.  He was there when Hubbard dropped the body.  I'm sure he has some very interesting stories to tell.

MarkStark
MarkStark

Reitman interviewed Pfauth for her book. Didn't get much out of him, the one tidbit being Hubbard was a difficult patient. Pfauth has admitted himself that he got his orders/instructions only through Broeker. Pfauth would not say anything to harm the image of Hubbard because he believes Hubbard/Sciloontology is the only hope for this sector of the galaxy. He experienced a lot of case gain from "the tech," his IQ soaring into the high 70's I'm sure.

He was a security guard and low-level maintenance person and probably didn't engage Hubbard in long conversations, because Hubbard was interested in his loyalty and trustworthiness, not his mind. Notice how Marty doesn't feature any videos of Pfauth.

Pfauth started out on Marty's blog saying he was going to tell stories about Hubbard's final days, the real truth, then didn't. Marty probably advised him it wouldn't be helpful to the cause.

Why is WWP imploding?

Xenu
Xenu

A while ago, WWP underwent change and consolidation in management.  The process, and some of its consequences, did not please all of the moderators and users, and a number have gone elsewhere, or otherwise decreased or ended their participation in WWP.  If you're looking for someone at WWP, and they don't go there anymore, divided-by-zero dot com might be worth a try.  

Xenu
Xenu

No reason, someone's just got residual bad feelings from the split.

redhead
redhead

What happened to Marco , Agent?

Anon
Anon

 To those considering going to DbZ: I recommend 7 proxies, jus sayin'

ShellyMiscavige
ShellyMiscavige

How come you have such a bad attitude to what I can see is consenting adults having fun via mutually agreed sexual liasons??

Is it because sex in "scientology" is practically non existant? What do you retards call it - 2D??

L Ron Hubbard was basically a sexual deviant. And all those stories of child abuse.

You should be ashamed to be a "scientologist". Not that there is any such thing as a "scientologist".

You mocked up your "whole track" because you can't handle the responsibilities of reality.

You are delusional. And this is why so many "scientologists" think it's OK to have sex with little kids. Google "Wally Hanks". There is even audio on YouTube of him beating a little kid.

Disgusting cult, I love watching it implode. You keep giving them all your money, and then you can die alone, broke and scared, with your family hating you. You deserve such a fate.

ShellyMiscavige
ShellyMiscavige

How retarded do you have to be to actually believe L Ron Hubbard is going to return as a reincarnated deity?

Seriously, anyone believing what midget Miscavige has to say must be mentally ill.

And also - FBI are watching scientology. Calling Tony Ortega a sex offender is pretty stupid when he can see your internet I.P. and maybe "are going to persuing" a dumb cult victim just for the fun of it.

 How is Jan Eastgate-Meyer, head of CCHR doing with her child sex offender perverting the course of justice court case?

SP 'Onage
SP 'Onage

For all we know they were probably scientology OSA plants? You people are cancer, no wonder you're the most hated sect in the world! lol

I hope a FBI undercover mole is sitting next to David Miscavige right now, pretending to be his most trusted, loyal slave. lol

Agent
Agent

The same thing is going to happen to the Village Voice soon enough. Tony has fired most of the veteran Village Voice staff, and he's planning on firing more until the Village Voice is nothing but a PO box in New York, with Tony enjoying the Phoenix sunshine while writing about Scientology every single second of every single day.

Of course, he's probably also using the underage hookers at his disposal provided by his sex offender bosses.

Don't worry Tony, the veteran Village Voice staff are going to pursuing a class action lawsuit against your misogynistic, sex offender ass and making sure you get humiliated as much as you've tried to humiliate everyone else!

FBI, Tony. FBI!

SP 'Onage
SP 'Onage

Hey, thanks for the link to DbZ. I was wondering the same thing? Couldn't figure out what Tony ment by "imploding" either?

I noticed wwp had changed some, never could understand why they let that OSA plant, Herro stay around though? Still love wwp, but it's always good to have other sites fighting for the cause too.

Cool name, "Divided By Zero."

billy bob
billy bob

What?!?! Marty Rathbun stifling free and open discourse? No way!

sizzle8
sizzle8

True enough.  But Tony is a damn good interviewer and more familiar with Scientology and can probably get more.

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