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201 castlereagh street sydney nsw australia • american medical association (ama) • anderson report (australia) • anti-psychiatry • auditing • audrey devlin • australia • church of the new faith • communications course • e-meter • engram • france • hubbard association of scientologists international (hasi) • janice "jan" eastgate meyer • john barnes • julie christofferson titchbourne • l. ron hubbard • mark hanna • membership • oxford capacity analysis (aka, "free scientology personality test" aka "u-test" aka "pape test") • peter menadue • psychological practices act • sea organization (sea org, so) • sydney morning herald (australia) • the weekend australian
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Nov 24, 1984
Mark and the Sea Orgs — The Weekend Australian
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Type: Press
Author(s): Peter Menadue
Source: The Weekend Australian
According to Mark Hanna, missionaries are sometimes sent to Australia from the American Church of Scientology to look over operations and advise on improvements. The advice seems to be effective. Hanna says the Church has about 30,000 Australian members and is in the midst of an "unprecedented boom". During the day, the four floors of its Sydney headquarters at 201 Castlereagh St are occupied by about 60 Scientologists liaising with church offices in other states and training recruits. Off the foyer ...
Apr 24, 1984
The cash cults move from beyond the fringe — The Bulletin (Australia)
Type: Press
Author(s): Bruce Stannard
Source: The Bulletin (Australia)
As the Christian world celebrates Easter more off-beat religions are enjoying a boom. In Sydney BRUCE STANNARD studies the now-legal Scientologists and in the US LAURENCE GRAFSTEIN profiles Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh and other odd-balls. MOST minds are the slaves of external circumstances and conform to any hand that undertakes to mould them. - Samuel Johnson ''IN ALL the broad universe, there is no other hope for Man than ourselves. This is a tremendous responsibility. I have borne it myself too long ...
Item contributed by: Zhent (Anonymous)
Oct 29, 1983
Sects welcome court decision on Scientology — Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)
Mar 6, 1980
Church's 27 steps to refund of course charges — Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)
Nov 9, 1973
Scientoligists aim to change act — Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)
Aug 28, 1972
Scientology comes back as a religion — The Australian
Type: Press
Source: The Australian
SCIENTOLOGY was banned in Victoria after an exhaustive 160-day inquiry in 1963-64, which yielded four million words of evidence. It was later banned in South Australia and Western Australia, and appeared on the decline. But South Australia has now decided to repeal its ban, and the Federal Opposition leader in the Senate, Senator Lionel Murphy, QC, says a Federal Labor Government would recognise the Scientology Church of the New Faith. Members of the Church of the New Faith intend to fight ...
Item contributed by: Zhent (Anonymous)
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