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A system of engrams and thetans [third of a series]

Title: A system of engrams and thetans [third of a series]
Date: Tuesday, 5 March 1974
Publisher: St. Louis Post-Dispatch (Missouri)
Authors: James E. Adams, Elaine Viets
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From 10 a.m. to midnight almost any day of the week, there is constant activity at 4225 Lindell Boulevard, the headquarters of the Missouri church of SCientology. The St. Louis office is one of about 300 branches of what has become one of the most controversial of all contemporary religious movements. The center resembles a vocational training school more than a traditional church. There are books, charts, diagrams, desks with headphone sets for listening to tape recordings, small instructional cubicles and ... [Read the rest at]