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Oct 26, 2009
My Billion Year Contract / Memoir of a former Scientologist (book) - Chapter 16 The messianic surveys and plans — CNM Publishing
Jan 30, 2008
Malignant narcissism, L. Ron Hubbard, and Scientology's policies of narcissistic rage
Type: Research
Author(s): Stephen A. Kent, Jodi M. Lane
In this article, we argue that Scientology’s founder, L. Ron Hubbard, likely presented a personality disorder known as malignant narcissism, and then we establish that this disorder probably contributed to his creation of organizational policies against perceived enemies that reflected his narcissistic rage. We illustrate our argument by discussing Hubbard’s creation of an internal Scientology organization called the Guardian’s Office, which carried out a sustained and covert attack against a Scientology critic, Paulette Cooper. This attack, and the Scientology policies that ...
Jan 17, 2008
Scientology No Road To Oz, Says "Gay Actor" — Queerty
Apr 4, 2005
Homophobia Claims Dog Scientology — NY Daily News (New York)
Type: Press
Source: NY Daily News (New York)
John Travolta and Tom Cruise have forcefully denied allegations that they turned to Scientology to "cure" them of their supposedly gay urges. But critics continue to claim the religion is rife with homophobia. Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard wrote in his 1950 best seller, "Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health," that gays were "sexual perverts" and "very ill physically." That apparently went for Hubbard's son, Quentin, who was said to have been confused about his own sexual orientation. "[Ron] thought ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Aug 16, 2002
Death of a Scientologist — Chicago Reader
Type: Press
Author(s): Tori Marlan
Source: Chicago Reader
Greg Bashaw's father respected him and trusted him to make wise choices. Even after he chose to devote his life to Scientology. While the shock and grief of his son's suicide were still fresh, Bob Bashaw read back through their decades-long correspondence, looking in particular for references to Scientology. "I wanted to see what there was here I missed," he says. His son Greg had been a member of the Church of Scientology for more than 20 years. During that time ...
Tag(s): American Psychological Association (APA)Anti-psychiatryAuditingBlackmailBody thetans (BTs)Chicago ReaderChurch of Scientology Flag Service Organization (CSFSO)Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR)Communications CourseConfidential preclear (PC) folderCostCult Awareness Network (CAN) (earlier form, Citizen's Freedom Foundation)Cynthia KisserDead agenting (Black PR, smear campaign)DeathDeprogrammingDisconnectionDivorceE-MeterEngramErich FrommFACTNetFair gameFalse imprisonmentFreedom (Scientology magazine)Greg BarnesGreg BashawInternal Revenue Service (IRS)International Association of Scientologists (IAS)Introspection Rundown (also, "Baby watch")Jason ScottJim BeebeLawrence "Larry" WollersheimLawsuitLisa McPhersonLisa McPherson TrustMargaret Thaler SingerMary Anne AhmadMental illnessNazi labellingNoah LottickOperating Thetan (OT)Operation Snow WhitePhilip GalePotential Trouble Source (PTS)Protest, picketQuentin Geoffrey MaCauley HubbardReader's DigestReg AlevRehabilitation Project Force (RPF)Release contract, form, waiverReligious Technology Center (RTC)Scientology's "Clear" stateScientology: The Thriving Cult of Greed and Power (article)Sea Organization (Sea Org, SO)Security check ("sec check")Silencing criticism, censorshipSt. Petersburg Times (Florida)Steven HassanSue StrozewskiSuicideSupernatural abilities (aka OT powers)Suppressive person (SP)Tax matterTori MarlanWeddingXenu (Operating Thetan level 3, OT 3, Wall of Fire)
Feb 12, 2001
Scientology founder's family life far from what he preached — San Francisco Chronicle (California)
Type: Press
Author(s): Don Lattin
Source: San Francisco Chronicle (California)
When it came to marriage and family life, the late L. Ron Hubbard did not practice what he preached. According to its official teachings, the Church of Scientology "regards the family as the building block of any society and marriage as an essential component of a stable family life." According to his unofficial biographers, Hubbard, who lived from 1911 to 1986, had at least seven children by three different wives, including one bigamous marriage. His first son, L. Ron Hubbard Jr., ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Apr 2, 1999
Die dunkle Seite von Scientology // Ein film von Mona Botros und Egmond R. Koch — ARD (Germany)
Nov 19, 1997
Secret lives: Lafayette Ron Hubbard [video] — Channel 4 (UK)
More: transcript, local copy of transcript
Type: TV
Source: Channel 4 (UK)
VOICES: "We were saving the world, we were convinced that Hubbard was the returned saviour and that his techniques and his knowledge and his majesty would eventually bring all mankind to an enlightened state and that was what we were doing..." "There were some things about him that I do feel were rather dangerous. I felt so much under his spell that I told my room-mate that if ever I told her that I was going to marry this man, she ...
Mar 8, 1994
Affidavit of Hana Eltringham Whitfield
Type: Declaration
Author(s): Hana Whitfield
Tag(s): Amos JessupAndrew BagleyApollo (formerly, "Royal Scot Man"; often misspelled "Royal Scotman", "Royal Scotsman")AuditingAuthor Services, Inc. (ASI) (dba, Galaxy Press) (subsidiary of Church of Spiritual Technology)Barbara BradleyBlackmailBody thetans (BTs)Bomb threatCancerCarly SwirtzChurch of Scientology International v. Steven FishmanConfidential preclear (PC) folderCorydon vs. Church of ScientologyCostDavid MiscavigeDead agenting (Black PR, smear campaign)DeathDisconnectionEugene "Gene" DenkEugene M. IngramFair gameFalse imprisonmentFraud, lie, deceit, misrepresentationFriend vs. Church of Scientology InternationalGuillaume LesevreHana Eltringham WhitfieldHeber C. JentzschJack HornerJane ParkerJennie WalkerJerry WhitfieldJohn McMasterJonathan W. LubellJulie Christofferson Titchbourne vs. Church of Scientology, et al.Kathleen "Kathie" Wasserman (aka Kathie Heard)Kendrick L. MoxonL. Ron HubbardLegalLyman D. SpurlockMarc YagerMarcy McShaneMark C. "Marty" RathbunMary Florence (Flo) BarnettMary Sue (Whipp) HubbardMedical claimsMichelle "Shelly" Miscavige (né Barnett)MurderNorman F. StarkeyOffice of Special Affairs (OSA) (formerly, Guardian's Office)Operating Thetan (OT)Paulette CohenPotential Trouble Source (PTS)Private investigator(s)Quentin Geoffrey MaCauley HubbardRaymond "Ray" MithoffRehabilitation Project Force (RPF)Religious Research Foundation (RRF)Religious Technology Center (RTC)Roxanne FriendScientology Missions International (SMI)Scientology's "Clear" stateSea Organization (Sea Org, SO)Stephen "Steve" MarloweSterling Management Systems (SMS)Steven FishmanSuicideSuppressive person (SP)Susan MeisterTimothy BowlesWarren L. McShaneWatchdog Committee (WDC)Yvonne Gillham Jentzsch
Jun 24, 1990
The Scientology Story: The Making of L. Ron Hubbard // Chapter 2: Creating the Mystique — Los Angeles Times (California)
Type: Press
Author(s): Joel Sappell, Robert W. Welkos
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
Hubbard's image was crafted of truth, distorted by myth. To his followers, L. Ron Hubbard was bigger than life. But it was an image largely of his own making. A Los Angeles Superior Court judge put it bluntly while presiding over a Church of Scientology lawsuit in 1984. Scientology's founder, he said, was "virtually a pathological liar" about his past. Hubbard was an intelligent and well-read man, with diverse interests, experience and expertise. But that apparently was not enough to satisfy ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jun 24, 1990
The Scientology Story: The Making of L. Ron Hubbard // Chapter 3: Life With L. Ron Hubbard — Los Angeles Times (California)
Type: Press
Author(s): Joel Sappell, Robert W. Welkos
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
Aides indulged his eccentricities and egotism. L. Ron Hubbard enjoyed being pampered. He surrounded himself with teen-age followers, whom he indoctrinated, treated like servants and cherished as though they were his own children. He called them the "Commodore's messengers." " 'Messenger!' " he would boom in the morning. "And we'd pull him out of bed," one recalled. The youngsters, whose parents belonged to Hubbard's Church of Scientology, would lay out his clothes, run his shower and help him dress. He taught ...
Sep 29, 1989
Affidavit of Monica Pignotti (29 September 1989)
Aug 27, 1986
The Bare-Faced Messiah Interviews // Interview with Kima Douglas
Type: Press
Kima Douglas was very much a typical Scientologist during her years in the Church, from 1968 to 1980: she was young, English-speaking, well-educated and totally committed. She was well-qualified to join L. Ron Hubbard's naval élite, the Sea Org, which had been founded in 1967. Her past nursing experience in her home country of Rhodesia was discovered at a time when Hubbard's health was rapidly deteriorating and for seven years, from 1973 to 1980, she became a unique combination of nurse, ...
Jan 23, 1986
Last Will and Testament of L. Ron Hubbard
May 8, 1984
Loss of papers in Scientology case called 'mental rape' — Los Angeles Times (California)
More: link
Type: Press
Author(s): Myrna Oliver
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
Mary Sue Hubbard, wife of Church of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, testified Monday that she considered the taking of the couple's personal letters and other documents by a former church archivist akin to "mental rape." The church and Mrs. Hubbard, former controller of the worldwide organization, are suing the archivist, Gerald Armstrong, for return of some 20 boxes of personal papers now in the custody of the Los Angeles County clerk pending outcome of the trial. She testified on the ...
Apr 3, 1983
Have Scientology practices led to suicide tries? — Flint Journal (Michigan)
More: link
Type: Press
Author(s): David V. Graham
Source: Flint Journal (Michigan)
It is not uncommon for present or former Scientology members to try to kill themselves, according to three national experts on the controversial religion founded by L. Ron Hubbard. The head of the Scientology Church in Michigan, however, denies that Scientology practices have led to suicides. And the president of the international Church of Scientology, the Rev. Heber C. Jentzsch, headquartered in Los Angeles, dismisses the experts quoted in this story as "liars," who he says are out to discredit a ...
Jul 14, 1982
Inside Scientology: Son of Scientology — News-Herald (Santa Rosa, California)
More: link
Type: Press
Author(s): Dennis Wheeler
Source: News-Herald (Santa Rosa, California)
He's been called the Son of Scientology. His name has been changed from L. Ron Hubbard, Jr., to Ron DeWolf, and he's the firstborn son of the former science fiction writer who founded the Church of Scientology. It's been 23 years since hes seen his father, and he suspects that the founder of what many people call a destructive cult may, in truth, be dead. "To be perfectly frank, my life's been pretty much of a disaster and a miserable mess ...
May 8, 1982
City of Clearwater 1982 Hearings - Church of Scientology: LaVenda Van Schaick
Feb 1, 1982
How founder's son sees Church of Scientology [exact date, newspaper unkown]
Jan 26, 1980
The Scientology Papers: The hidden Hubbard — Globe and Mail (Canada)
Jun 23, 1977
Scientology founder heavenly visits — Albertan (Canada)
Dec 4, 1976
Scientologist's death still cloudy — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Nov 25, 1976
Hubbard death mystery — Las Vegas Sun
More: link
Type: Press
Source: Las Vegas Sun
Geoffery Hubbard, the son of Church of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, has been cremated at the request of his family, it was reported Wednesday. Hubbard, who died from an unknown cause Nov. 12 was cremated Tuesday by Palm Mortuary. His remains reportedly were being taken to Los Angeles, where the church has its main headquarters. Results from microscopic tests to determine what killed Hubbard were expected later. An autopsy and a toxicological exam failed to turn up any clues as ...
Nov 25, 1976
Scientology leader's son cremated; staff disclaims his identity — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Nov 23, 1976
Churchman's son dead — Detroit Free Press
More: link
Type: Press
Source: Detroit Free Press
LAS VEGAS, Nev. — (AP) — A man who died here Nov. 12 was identified Monday as Geoffrey Quentin McCaully Hubbard, son of L. Ron Hubbard, who founded the controversial Church of Scientology. Young Hubbard, 22, was found semicomatose in an auto near McCarran International Airport on Oct. 28. He failed to respond to medical treatment at Southern Nevada Memorial Hospital, officials said. Coroner Richard A. Mayne said the cause of death was not known, and the results of tests will ...
Nov 23, 1976
Death of church founder's son still a mystery — Los Angeles Times (California)
More: link
Type: Press
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Mystery continued to shroud the death of Geoffrey Hubbard, the son of Church of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, as officials here asked Tuesday for a delay in the release of the cause of death. Dr. G. Sheldon Green, chief Clark County medical examiner, asked for the delay so he could consult with outside pathologists. Young Hubbard, 22, of Clearwater, Fla., was found unconscious in his car near McCarran International Airport on Oct. 28. Because he carried ...
Nov 23, 1976
Scientology student death probe — Las Vegas Sun
More: link, link
Type: Press
Author(s): Sharon Spigelmyer
Source: Las Vegas Sun
Police and private investigators are probing the mysterious death of the Church of Scientology founder's son, found unidentified three weeks ago near McCarran International Airport in a coma, Coroner Dick Mayne said Monday. Cause of death is still unknown for Geoffrey Quentin McCally Hubbard, 22, of Clearwater, Fla. He was a student and counselor in scientology. The homicide division of the Metropolitan Police Department Monday combed the scene where Hubbard was found, and discovered identification, license plate, car registration and ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Nov 23, 1976
[Re. Quentin Hubbard's death, exact date unknown] — Los Angeles Times (California)
More: link
Type: Press
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
The 22-year-old son of Church of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard was cremated in Las Vegas at the request of his family. Nevada officials said the remains would be brought to Los Angeles, where the church has its main headquarters. Geoffrey Hubbard of Clearwater, Fla., died Nov. 12 at Southern Nevada Memorial Hospital in Las Vegas. The cause of his death is still a mystery; he was found in a semicomatose condition in Las Vegas Oct. 28 and died before being ...
Mar 6, 1974
The reclusive founder of Scientology [second of a series] — St. Louis Post-Dispatch (Missouri)
Type: Press
Author(s): James E. Adams, Elaine Viets
Source: St. Louis Post-Dispatch (Missouri)
"Writing for a penny a word is ridiculous. If a man really wanted to make a million dollars, the best way to do it would be to start his own religion." - L. Ron Hubbard Founder of the Church of Scientology Lafayette Ronald Hubbard tossed off this remark at a lecture in Newark N.J., in 1949. At the time Hubbard was 38 years old, a prolific science fiction writer advising science fiction buffs on the tricks of his trade. The audience ...
Jul 2, 1970
Scientology opens convention events — Westlake Post
More: link
Type: Press
Source: Westlake Post
As thousands of U. S. and International Scientologists prepare to attend the "Grand National Convention" in Long Beach, July 3-5, Diana Hubbard, beautiful 18-year-old daughter of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, arrived in Los Angeles. Diana, accompanied by her brother, Quentin, flew in Wednesday from the Mediterranean area where they both serve on their father's personal staff. Highly trained in executive leadership and management, they hold key organization and technical positions and assist Hubbard in advanced research and development of Scientology ...
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