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    TOP SUPER-STUPID MOMENTS IN SCIENTOLOGY (PART V)

    I live in New Jersey where I was born and raised but I continue to receive letters from the Salt Lake City Org which was a mission when I started my scn adventure 40 years ago. The letters started about two years ago maybe once every six months but now they are coming about every other month so...
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    Wearing a formal uniform adds impact and moment in the minds of the participants. Also, many people easily adapt to a regimented lifestyle and many prefer it. As someone once noted, "Hubbard was able to create his own goddam navy."
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    Lol - A debate about whether a thetan has any mass might seem like a silly discussion. However . . . . . nobody would be able to see Casper The Ghost (or any other ghost) unless the ghost has at least a little bit of mass to work with. It's said that when the monks got into such arguments the...
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    TOP SUPER-STUPID MOMENTS IN SCIENTOLOGY (PART V)

    Someone on Rinder's blog suggested the Freewinds is becoming the "Love Boat". Touching, hugging, kissing . . . and so on and so forth. Crowley would like that.
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    TOP SUPER-STUPID MOMENTS IN SCIENTOLOGY (PART V)

    After I blew scn I hooked up with a woman who had been in a different small cult. She said that she read somewhere that at least 30% of all people get better no matter what therapy they choose. I guess getting better means resolving whatever they entered therapy for in the first place.
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    TOP SUPER-STUPID MOMENTS IN SCIENTOLOGY (PART V)

    This is the description of the Sea Org Laurel Wreath: The Laurel Wreath and Star represents members of the Sea Org, highly purposed and disciplined, who put in ethics. Their mission is to bring Clears safely and with speed through the upper levels. THE STAR represents the Galactic Federation...
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    TOP SUPER-STUPID MOMENTS IN SCIENTOLOGY (PART V)

    A fable by Kahlil Gibran: Knowledge and Half-knowledge Four frogs sat upon a log that lay floating on the edge of a river. Suddenly the log was caught by the current and swept slowly down the stream. The frogs were delighted and absorbed, for never before had they sailed. At length the first...
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