L. Ron Hubbard

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    Once L.Ron Hubbard gained a sense of trust with people he took the ball and ran with it. In others, he became innovating much different from Wovoka’s legit causes to help the Paiute people; L.Ron Hubbard was after the member's pockets. The Church of Scientology made people undergo Auditing to achieve becoming clear. Auditing is expensive for what it is, as it is an Electropsychometer that is able to show the small increments in the electrical resistance of a person. An individual would hold two tubes connected by wires to the electropsychometer which is powered by half a volt. A person would be asked questions that would get a rise out of anyone. One example would be financial status, maybe one is not where they thought they would be in their…

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    Lafayette Ronald Hubbard, also known as L. Ron Hubbard was an author and the founder of the Church of Scientology. Scientology is a religion based off of a fiction piece of work, Dianetics. Dianetics describes a program of self improvement and spiritual awakening and continues to be the Scientology bible. The church currently has over seven hundred churches, missions and groups, and Dianetics still sells over four hundred thousand copies a year. As a result of L. Ron Hubbard’s determination,…

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    your own”, actor Jason Beghe and former scientology believer (video BBC Panorama the secrets of scientology documented by). L. Ron Hubbard was an author of pulp/science fiction and creator of Scientology in 1954. Many of us have heard about Scientology, something that sounds to most like a religious cult, which seemed to take on a new level of focus when the famous actor, Tom Cruise, touted its benefits. Through the media, Cruise told us that it had given him more tools than his teachers had…

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    History Of Scientology

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    A brief History of Scientology The Scientology is a fairly new religion founded by Ron L. Hubbard in1954, a college dropout due to failing grades. Although he would later claim a distinguished wartime navel career, Ron never, in fact, saw combat, he left the US Navy requesting psychiatric care from the Veterans Administration. Ron had two polygamous fail marriages, and then he found success writing pulp/science fiction. In the late 1940s, Ron declared writing for a penny a word is just…

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    relative newness to the religious scene it “remains one of the most controversial and poorly understood new religious movements to emerge in the last century” (Urban 91). Developed by the writer and philosopher Lafayette Hubbard, the religion itself is based upon findings over Hubbard’s personal study and development of Dianetics; or the study of metaphysical relationships found between body, mind, and soul. Scientology has garnered a dedicated following of notable Americans such as famed actors…

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    A couple of clicks later, I discovered the test was not developed by Oxford University at all, but by L. Ron Hubbard followers Julian Lewis and Ray Kemp in the 1950s. Rubbished by many psychology organisations as manipulative and unethical, the Oxford Capacity Analysis is not even scientifically recognised. Phew, I guess. From all reports, the test usually produces a disturbing negative assessment. L. Ron Hubbard advocated reinforcing the “ruin” of the subject’s personality, followed by…

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    Scientology and its ideas are focused almost completely on humanity and how to make people better. It emphasizes the life a person has now, rather than past lives or the next life, which are common themes in many other religions (Scientology Beliefs). The Church of Scientology considers itself to be a religion due to its focus on the human soul and the awareness of the spirit. Scientologists believe in a God or something like a god, but they do not offer a doctrine or any details to support it.…

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    Scientology is a religion in its highest meaning, as it helps bring man to total freedom and truth.We live in a age of searching; to find solutions , to find ourselves , to find the truth . Now imagine an age in which the predictability of science and the wisdom of religion combine; this is Scientology. The word Scientology, conceived by L. Ron Hubbard, comes from the Latin scio which means “knowing, in the fullest meaning of the word” and the Greek word logos which means “study of.” It…

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    Scientology Definition

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    The Church Of Scientology is under constant scrutiny if it is a religion and if it should be taxed. Scientology had tax exempt in 1957, but lost in in 1967, and regained exemption in October 1993. It is a grey area if Scientology is a religion in definition and in comparison to others; such as Christianity, Catholicism, Mormon, and Muslim. Organized religion is not taxed in the United States, therefore if Scientology is not found as a religion it should then lose its tax exemption once again.…

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    psychology and psychiatry, and they instead believe in “Dianetics”. Dianetics suggest that everything troubling in your life, like fears or insecurities, is caused by something that happened in your past (Scientology, 2008). This is based on one of the many books they read, called “Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health” which was written by the founder of Scientology, and science fiction writer, L. Ron Hubbard. When Tyler and I were done chatting she took me to another small room where…

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