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Scientologists' message goes up in hi-tech smoke

Title: Scientologists' message goes up in hi-tech smoke
Date: Saturday, 4 May 1996
Publisher: Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)
Author: Andrew Hornery
Main source: suburbia.com.au

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Australia's most elaborate billboard, a giant three-dimensional volcano unveiled in Sydney's George Street theatre district, won't be selling soft drinks or hamburgers but the path to religion. The 330-square-metre billboard, including a five-metre-high television screen, will be used to promote L. Ron Hubbard's 1950 book Dianetics, the foundation stone of the Church of Scientology. Unveiled by Hollywood scientologist Nancy Cartwright — the voice of cartoon character Bart Simpson — the volcano has been positioned on the facade of the Metro Theatre ... [Read the rest at suburbia.com.au]