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  1. Veda

    What if Hubbard had been honest?

    Do you really think Hubbard's goal was to make other people into "Operating Thetans"? Really? Hubbard made SURVIVE! the central pillar of his proposed psychological-political movement in 1938. "Not for what but just to survive." Very Darwinian. No morality whatsoever. Just Survive! He also...
  2. Veda

    What if Hubbard had been honest?

    In a Sad Tail (sic) of PDH, from around 1960, Hubbard ridiculed Scientologists who thought that a read on the question, "Have you been PDHed?" meant that Scientologists had been PDHed. (People checking others with the question, "Have you been PDHed?" got out of control, and created confusion in...
  3. Veda

    What if Hubbard had been honest?

    Can you show us anything from Hubbard's private writings, such as his 1938 Skipper letter re. Excalibur, or his late 1946/early 1947 Affirmations, where Hubbard expressed a desire to free man? Is regarding the e-meter as a truth detector also rhetoric? We still don't know what Hubbard meant...
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    What if Hubbard had been honest?

    Relevant to this discussion are some comments about the Can We Ever Be Friends? cassette tapes. There were two versions of this tape. The earlier version was narrated by someone (very badly) portraying a stereotypical (Norman Rockwell type) grandfather or clergyman. Embarrassingly contrived...
  5. Veda

    What if Hubbard had been honest?

    Hubbard thought the had something of value; he also knew it was not as as advertised. (In other words, fraud.) Van Morrison wrote and performed this song when he was receiving Life Repair auditing at Celebrity Center.
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