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    Scientologist Bodhisattvas

    Hats off to you for finding that one! I think I was close anyway.
  2. Cat's Squirrel

    Scientologist Bodhisattvas

    Yes, he did say it; it was in one of the magazines such as "Advance", not in one of his books. I've googled for it and can't find the quote though it stuck in my mind at the time, which is how I remember it.
  3. Cat's Squirrel

    Scientologist Bodhisattvas

    I've just remembered there's a similar concept in Scientology, although without the implied element of choice. Ron Hubbard said once that "the shiny cars are driven by degraded beings, and you won't be free until they are."
  4. Cat's Squirrel

    Scientologist Bodhisattvas

    My understanding of the word is mainly from Ram Dass; basically, it's someone who's arrived at the point of their evolution where they no longer have to return to the Earth plane (and presumably anywhere else in the physical universe), but does so anyway in order to be able to help those of us...
  5. Cat's Squirrel

    Scientologist Bodhisattvas

    He was repeatedly overboarded on the ship, and that must have had an effect on him. I never met him either but I recall a class 8 auditor (Norman McVea) say that McMaster's "beauty and love really turned him on to the whole subject" (of Scientology).
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    Scientologist Bodhisattvas

    Sorry HH, I wiped that post. It's probably not that bad a song, it's just that when I was at primary school (what you would call grade school in the US) I remember it being used to taunt someone who was crying; kids can be like that. Anyway, Rush also did a song with the same title and it's a...
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    Scientologist Bodhisattvas

    Could John McMaster have been one? I never knew him but I know that some people who did spoke very highly of him.
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