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Aug 22, 1966 Is this the happiest man in the world? — Macleans More: link
His name is John McMaster. Once he was a mess like the rest of us. Now he's a "clear", one of the saints of a new cult called Scientology — without a single "engram" left to bug him. SOMETHING VERY ODD is going on in Toronto. People are leaving the country, changing their occupations, giving up their children, leaving their husbands, wives, or lovers, changing their whole lives. All in the name of something called Scientology. The whole thing got started ...
Dec 29, 1965 Tolerance and apathy — Canberra Times (Australia)
Dec 22, 1965 Scientology files seized in raid — Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)
Dec 2, 1965 W.A. Man Applies For Scientology Weddings; States To Discuss Action — West Australian
CANBERRA, Wed. — The West Australian agent of the Hubbard Association of Scientologists International, Mr Ian K. Tampion, has applied for the Scientology Church in W.A. to be licensed to conduct marriages. The application to the Attorney-General's Department claims that the church has about 2,000 adherents in W.A. Mr Tampion has been told that his application is being considered. But Federal officials today said there was no chance of it being granted. The Federal government could hardly give official recognition to ...
Oct 6, 1965 Report calls for ban on scientology — The Australian
Aug 5, 1964 Scientology wonderland — The Age (Australia) More: news.google.com
The Age (Australia)
"ALICE IN WONDERLAND" is a prescribed text book for use in a training drill for scientologists. Everyone is equipped with a hat, and then has to read sections of the book aloud to others. This was one of the most recent reports from Melbourne's longest-running and most bizarre story of the year—the State Government's board of inquiry into scientology. The inquiry is well on the way to breaking all records even for such an inquiry-conscious State. It has now sat on ...
Mar 13, 1964 Mother complained of Scientology wage of £4 week — The Age (Australia)
Dec 8, 1963 Australians look into Scientology / Ask if preclear and entheta constitute medical fraud — New York Times
Nov 28, 1963 Q.C. to inquire into Scientology; bill before council — The Age (Australia)
Aug 8, 1963 Writ against Scientology association — The Age (Australia)
Jul 2, 1963 Our man in San Juan // Knowing how to know [Exact date unknown] — San Juan Star (Puerto Rico) More: link
San Juan Star (Puerto Rico)
"It is unfair to consider a child—or any person, for that matter—stupid when he's merely absent mentally. The trick is to unfix that person from whatever he is focused on that has nothing to do with the realities at hand." This is the basis for scientology, which is defined by Irving Garfield as "the science of knowing how to know." The study of scientology, he adds, "involves the anatomy of the methods of communication." Scientologist Garfield is associated with the L. ...
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 ...
Jan 18, 1963 Scientologists not alone in late lodgment — The Age (Australia)
Jan 1, 1963 U.S. Acts to Stop Use of Cure-All Device — The Evening Star
Mar 25, 1960 Have you lived before? Yes say these four — East Grinstead Courier (UK)
Sep 4, 1955 Scientology practitioner // Phoenix man jailed on medicine charge — Republic (Phoenix, AZ) More: link
Republic (Phoenix, AZ)
A practitioner of the Church of Scientology was jailed here yesterday on a charge of practicing medicine without a license. Edd Clark, 56, of 1811 N. First Ave., was named in a five-count complaint filed before Justice of the Peace Stanley Kimball. Clark was released after making $1,000 bond. County Attorney William P. Mahoney Jr. said Clark's arrest culminated a six-month investigation made by his office, city police, and sheriff's deputies. Clark, who claims to be nearly blind, readily admitted having ...
Sep 9, 1952 Articles of incorporation of Hubbard Association of Scientologists
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