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Internet gospel // Scientology's expensive wisdom now comes free

Title: Internet gospel // Scientology's expensive wisdom now comes free
Date: Sunday, 20 August 1995
Publisher: New York Times
Author: Mike Allen
Main source: nytimes.com
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To reach what the Church of Scientology calls the seventh level of spirituality, the church's scriptures instruct followers to go to zoos and parks to communicate with plants and animals and go to train stations to put thoughts in the minds of strangers. Advice like that doesn't come cheap. Scientologists pay tens of thousands of dollars for such spiritual teachings. Now, to the church's dismay, they're free with an Internet account. The scriptures had been entered as an affidavit in a ... [Read the rest at nytimes.com]