13,046 DAYS: David Miscavige goes ahead of L. Ron Hubbard as leader of Scientology


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On May 9, 1950, L. Ron Hubbard began what would become the Scientology movement by publishing his bestseller, Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health. For the next three and a half decades he oversaw Scientology’s growth.

Then, on January 24, 1986, Hubbard died in seclusion on a ranch near Creston, California. In the intervening time, Hubbard had been the absolute ruler of Scientology for 13,045 days.

If we assume that Hubbard’s successor, David Miscavige, took control of Scientology the next day, on January 25, then as of today he has been the absolute ruler of Scientology for 13,046 days.~~~ READ MORE

He's erased Hubbard's family from scientology already. All he has to do is say something like: "the being formerly known as LRH is in comm with me....I have amazing research from source.........". They'll worship him. Televangelists pulled this trick with good success.