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1 2 Jun 24, 1984 Scientology E-meter said to offer catharsis — Clearwater Sun (Florida) More: link
Clearwater Sun (Florida)
It's called the Hubbard Electrometer and is used as a spiritual guide during "auditing," a Church of Scientology practice somewhat similar to Catholic confession. The E-meter, as it is known, is said to be capable of measuring a person's "mental state and change of state" and can pinpoint deeply rooted, previously undetected problems in the brain. The small, simple electronic device, patented by Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, may be the most visible of the "religious artifacts" associated with the Clearwater-based ...
Mar 31, 1984 Scientologists win court ban on revelation — The Scotsman (UK) More: link
The Scotsman (UK)
The Church of Scientology in Denmark were granted a court order by a Scottish judge yesterday banning six former members of their church who formed a breakaway group from publishing or divulging to anyone copies of "secret scriptures" alleged to have been stolen from the church in Copenhagen. Lord Cameron, at the Court of Session in Edinburgh, granted interim interdict to the church after hearing that two of the group, Mr Robin Scott and his wife, Adrienne, and others had set ...
Mar 24, 1978 Disparate events in capital underline issue of F.B.I. curbs — New York Times
Mar 16, 1976 Scientology / Scientology's founding father (third in a series) — St. Petersburg Times (Florida) More:
news.google.com Jun 9, 1972 The Kotzé Report (South Africa)
Jan 1, 1971 The Scandal of Scientology - 01 From Dianetics to Scientology — Tower Publications, Inc.
Jan 1, 1971 The Scandal of Scientology - 10 The Suppressives — Tower Publications, Inc.
Jan 1, 1971 The Scandal of Scientology - 15 Is Scientology Political? — Tower Publications, Inc.
Oct 10, 1970 Ex-Scientologist tells of 'fear' atmosphere // McMaster accuses Hubbard of fostering spiritual tyranny within organization — Los Angeles Times (California) More: link, pqasb.pqarchiver.com
Los Angeles Times (California)
One year ago an articulate but soft-spoken man named John McMaster was extolling the virtues of Scientology and L. Ron Hubbard, the founder of the worldwide, quasi-scientific "religion." Appearing on television talk shows and giving lectures as Hubbard's personal representative, McMaster was eminently qualified. He was the first person to achieve Scientology's state of "clear," which purportedly gives a person full control a his mental processes. Now McMaster describes the Church of Scientology and other organizations run by Hubbard as engaging ...
Sep 5, 1968 Suicide verdict on South African — The Times (UK) More: link
The Times (UK)
A verdict of suicide was recorded at an East Grinstead inquest today on a South African, Johannes Hermanus Scheepers, aged 29, described on his alien registration card as a student of scientology. Mr. Scheepers was said to have been staying at the home of Mr. David Gaiman, Harwood House South, Harwoods Lane, a mile from the scientologists' international headquarters at Saint Hill Manor, East Grinstead. Mr. Gaiman, aged 35, a senior executive of the cult, denied on oath that the dead ...
Jul 1, 1965 Borderline special // L. Ron Hubbard // Scientology---The sound and the fury — Borderline More: link
L. Ron Hubbard
Richard G. Sipes
[Borderline Vol. 1 Number 7 July 1965] EDITOR'S NOTE: In the October, 1964 issue of BORDERLINE, Richard Grey Sipes authored an article titled,
L. Ron Hubbard: An Opinion And A Summing Up
. Previously, BORDORLINE executive editor Sydney Omarr had invited Hubbard to contribute to the magazine. Hubbard's views and movements—his books and his organization—represent fascinating excursions into the borderline areas. But Hubbard, understandably, is a busy man, as he explained in this communication, dated June 22, 1964, from East Grinstead, ...
Jun 1, 1963 Scientology --- The catholic viewpoint — Communication (Scientology magazine) More: link
Communication (Scientology magazine)
"Change no man's religion, change no man's politics, interrupt the sovereignty of no nation. Instead teach man to use what he has and what he knows to the factual creation, within any political reference, a civilization on earth for the first time." [Signed L Ron. Hubbard] Many people interested in Scientology often ask whether or not processing or training would affect their religious beliefs. The article on the following pages by Father Peter Haskins, O.M.I., Ph.L., S.T.L. gives the Roman Catholic ...
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