All of them, those in power, and those who want the power, would pamper us, if we agreed to overlook their crookedness by wilfully restricting our activities.
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By Michael Voytinsky more
|The head of the Galactic Federation (76 planets
around larger stars visible from here) (founded
95,000,000 years ago, very space opera) solved
overpopulation (250 billion or so per planet, 178
billion on average) by mass implanting. He caused
people to be brought to Teegeeack (Earth) and put an
H-Bomb on the principal volcanos (Incident II) and
then the Pacific area ones were taken in boxes to
Hawaii and the Atlantic area ones to Las Palmas and
His name was Xenu. He used renegades. Various misleading data by means of circuits etc. was placed in the implants.
When through with his crime loyal officers (to the people) captured him after six years of battle and put him in an electronic mountain trap where he still is. "They" are gone. The place (Confederation) has since been a desert. The length and brutality of it all was such that this Confederation never recovered. The implant is calculated to kill (by pneumonia etc) anyone who attempts to solve it. This liability has been dispensed with by my tech development.
One can freewheel through the implant and die unless it is approached as precisely outlined. The "freewheel" (auto-running on and on) lasts too long, denies sleep etc and one dies. So be careful to do only Incidents I and II as given and not plow around and fail to complete one thetan at a time.
In December 1967 1 know someone had to take the plunge. I did and emerged very knocked out, but alive. Probably the only one ever to do so in 75,000,000 years. I have all the data now, but only that given here is needful.
One's body is a mass of individual thetans stuck to oneself or to the body.
One has to clean them off by running incident II and Incident I. It is a long job, requiring care, patience and good auditing.
You are running beings. They respond like any preclear. Some large, some small.
Thetans believed they were one. This is the primary error.
This may look like bad science fiction, but it is regarded as profound spiritual truth by those Scientologists who are deemed advanced enough to received such "truths". Within the Church of Scientology the "Operating Thetan" teachings are only available to those who are deemed ready for them — those whose abilities to think clearly have been impaired by Scientology "training" and who paid the Church large sums of money.
Why would anyone believe this? Indeed, under normal circumstances no one would. However, new members are not exposed to the "Operating Thetan" scriptures right away. They are first exposed to the ideas expressed in "Dianetics" — ideas that seem, at first glance, quite reasonable. They participate in "auditing" — an idiosyncratic mix of psychotherapy and the confessional. They do "Training Routines" — which include such profound exercises as sitting still for protracted periods of time — with any movement requiring the student to start over. In other words, they willingly submit to a rather expensive regimen of brainwashing.
As their training progresses, the teachings they are exposed to go more and more "over the top" — until eventually the individual's ability to think clearly is impaired to the point that they will mistake bad science fiction for most profound spiritual revelation.
Over the years the Church of Scientology waged and continues to wage legal battles to keep the "Operating Thetans" scriptures away from the public, claiming copyright and trade secret protection. The lawyers for the Church of Scientology have so far failed to adequately explain how a supposedly non-profit religious organization might have "trade secrets". It is worth noting that the Church of Scientology has been involved in more lawsuits in its 40 years of existence then most other religious would in centuries.
OK, so you told me how bad you think Scientology is. What is the other side of the story?
You do not have to take my word for it. Ask a Scientologist to read the above — and ask him or her if its true. If they change the subject, ask again.
They might tell you that you should try Scientology first-hand before passing judgement on it. Whether to do so or not is your decision — but would you buy a similar "try it, you'll like it" line from a heroin dealer?
Read Dianetics — The Modern Science of Mental Health by L. Ron Hubbard. Pay attention to the number of times the author claims that there are countless studies supporting his claims. Then try to find actual references to those studies in his book.
I would also highly recommend Introduction to Scientology Ethics by L. Ron Hubbard. For a religious text, it seems unusually concerned with bringing in money.
Also worth reading would be History of Man, also by Hubbard, in which you will find out that humanity evolved from the clams.
You can also call the Scientology Information Centre at 1-800-334-5433 in US and Canada. Ask for their side of the story.
If you have access to the Internet, the official Church of Scientology web site is at http://www.scientology.org. (Also worth looking at are some pages critical of Scientology — try Operation Clambake at http://www.xenu.net.)
Yes. John Travolta, Tom Cruise, a number of others. They are no more immune to fraud then ordinary citizens.
So Scientologists believe in stupid things. Its a free country, isn't it?
Scientology promises a never-before achieved state of mental well-being. Instead it delivers, at considerable cost, a haphazard mix of bad science fiction and bad psychotherapy. Being able to perpetrate fraud is not one of the freedoms enjoyed in this country.
Further reading: What is Scientology?