COURT OF ETHICS FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS JUSTIN CRAIG, AKA LRH 2.0

Veda

Well-known member
Christianity is westernized buddhism. Our "very good friend" Crowley is probably resurecting buddhism when the resurected Thelema. Reference below:


Historical precedents[edit]
The word θέλημα (thelema) is rare in Classical Greek, where it "signifies the appetitive will: desire, sometimes even sexual",[9] but it is frequent in the Septuagint.[9] Early Christian writings occasionally use the word to refer to the human will,[10] and even the will of God's created faith tester and inquisitor, the Devil,[11] but it usually refers to the will of God.[12]

One well-known example is in the "Lord's Prayer", "Thy kingdom come. Thy will (θέλημα) be done, On earth as it is in heaven." It is used later in the same gospel, "He went away again a second time and prayed, saying, "My Father, if this cannot pass away unless I drink it, Thy will be done." In his 5th-century Sermon, Augustine of Hippo gave a similar instruction:[13] "Love, and what thou wilt, do." (Dilige et quod vis fac).[14]



Do What Thou Wilt Veda. (Dilige et quod vis fac). In Indi: प्यार करो और जैसा चाहोगे वैसा करोगे।
This is a repetition of Hubbard's assertion to his gullible followers that virtually everything good came from him.

Hubbard even told Annie Broeker that he was "Arp Kola," the original inventor of music quadrillions of years ago on the whole track. (The primordial rhythm that gave us all "time.")

In 1954, Hubbard told Scientologists that the Vedas were sent to Earth in "8212 BC." The implication, since he knew the exact date, was that Hubbard was the one shooting it down to the "wogs" on teegeeack.

Such is the compassion of "Mankind's Greatest Friend."

Hubbard continued Crowley's assertion of a multiplicity of infinite minds. In India this is known as "dualism" and frowned upon. It is the ultimate ego trip, and is the essence of what people usually call "Satanism" (thetan-ism?).

See the quote from the book Scientology 8-8008 in the opening post on "Most Scientologists are Christians" thread.
 

Type4_PTS

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Oh. Such a lovely story. But clearly, John Sanborn and you are not buddhists. :hyper:

There are approximately 350 million Buddhists worldwide. The latest survey shows that none of them recognize LRH as the Buddha or Maitreya.

Here are a couple of comments cross-posted from a Buddhist website in response to an excerpt from Hymn of Asia:




I'm usually pretty accepting of other beliefs, but Scientology bugs the ever-lovin' shit out of me.
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Hubbard was mad.
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Scientology is like Mormonism to me, only worse. They are both recent enough that the fact that they are hoaxes should be clear to anyone who looks at them, but at least you can get the Book of Mormon for free. Scientology's Fair Game doctrine should put them in the category of terrorists.
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Al Ron Hubbard is not the first, nor will he be the last, to advance his own deluded religio-spiritual science with delusions of grandeur involving Buddha, Maitreya, etc.
Just observe the proliferation of would-be Maitreyas who have sprung up around the world over the past decades, or any number of Maitreya/Mettaya-based Messiah movements around the world that have little or nothing to do with Buddhism.

All these people know little or nothing about the real Bodhisattva Maitreya of the Mahayana sutras and tantras or the Mettaya encountered in some Pali suttas and extracanonical Pali scriptures. But since Buddhism is the essence of all truth in the universe, it is inevitable that all types of confused beings invoke the names and figures of Buddhism without the slightest idea about the actual reality of it - hence L. Ron Hubbard et al trying to incorporate Buddhism and making noise about Maitreyas and Messiahs. However, the good roots from even hearing the name "Buddha" or "Maitreya" go so deep that after long enough, even these deluded ones will surely attain nirvana in future lives.

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"...unfortunately you don't get any aliens with Buddhism... "
 

Cuitlahuac Rivas

Active member
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I am not sure which is the crazier:

1. Hubbard writing HYMN OF ASIA and selling those "Ron is Mettreyya" lies.​
2. Hubbard having someone else write HYMN OF ASIA, claiming authorship and selling those "Ron is Mettreyya" lies.​
Isn't Hubbard selling lies in HYMN OF ASIA the same exact scam as Hubbard selling lies in Dianetics The Modern Science of Mental Health?

Hey Scientologists, I have a process for you! Say hello and okay (and goodbye) to Mettreyya The Bettrayya.

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LOL. H H ain't no buddhist either! :roflmao:
 

Cuitlahuac Rivas

Active member
The book How to Live though an Executive was written by Richard DeMille along with other things, including most of Essay on Management and much of Essay on Authoritarianism.

Sara (erased wife number two) organized and wrote part of Dianetics, the Modern Science of Mental Health, and John Sanborn was Hubbard's editor and idea man, and he also wrote things which Hubbard attributed to himself.

In 1955, Sanborn was closest to Hubbard in this regard. The idea of a hoax "Russian" Manual on Psycho Politics as a means of "getting psychiatry" was from Sanborn as they both sat on the front porch of Hubbard's house in Silver Spring, Maryland in the late summer of 1955. Hubbard quickly sprang into action and dictated the "Russian" manual into a tape recorder.

The Hymn of Asia was another hoax from 1955.
No credit for the "authomatic ghost writing" then?
 

Cuitlahuac Rivas

Active member
There are approximately 350 million Buddhists worldwide. The latest survey shows that none of them recognize LRH as the Buddha or Maitreya.

Here are a couple of comments cross-posted from a Buddhist website in response to an excerpt from Hymn of Asia:




I'm usually pretty accepting of other beliefs, but Scientology bugs the ever-lovin' shit out of me.
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Hubbard was mad.
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Scientology is like Mormonism to me, only worse. They are both recent enough that the fact that they are hoaxes should be clear to anyone who looks at them, but at least you can get the Book of Mormon for free. Scientology's Fair Game doctrine should put them in the category of terrorists.
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Al Ron Hubbard is not the first, nor will he be the last, to advance his own deluded religio-spiritual science with delusions of grandeur involving Buddha, Maitreya, etc.
Just observe the proliferation of would-be Maitreyas who have sprung up around the world over the past decades, or any number of Maitreya/Mettaya-based Messiah movements around the world that have little or nothing to do with Buddhism.

All these people know little or nothing about the real Bodhisattva Maitreya of the Mahayana sutras and tantras or the Mettaya encountered in some Pali suttas and extracanonical Pali scriptures. But since Buddhism is the essence of all truth in the universe, it is inevitable that all types of confused beings invoke the names and figures of Buddhism without the slightest idea about the actual reality of it - hence L. Ron Hubbard et al trying to incorporate Buddhism and making noise about Maitreyas and Messiahs. However, the good roots from even hearing the name "Buddha" or "Maitreya" go so deep that after long enough, even these deluded ones will surely attain nirvana in future lives.

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"...unfortunately you don't get any aliens with Buddhism... "
LOL: That quote of yours was written clearly by a non buddhist:roflmao:

No ETs in buddhism?
:roflmao::hyper::LOL:
 

HelluvaHoax!

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LOL. H H ain't no buddhist either! :roflmao:

Your new joke writer keep repeating the same punch line again and again, every time they answer others' posts.

You should do one of your ethics investigations and publish a lower conditions order on them, like Ron taught you.

The bad news is that your repetitive jokes are not even slightly funny---but the good news is, your crusade to get in ethics on people applying a hoax's technology is hysterical.

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Cuitlahuac Rivas

Active member
Your new joke writer keep repeating the same punch line again and again, every time they answer others' posts.

You should do one of your ethics investigations and publish a lower conditions order on them, like Ron taught you.

The bad news is that your repetitive jokes are not even slightly funny---but the good news is, your crusade to get in ethics on people applying a hoax's technology is hysterical.

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Hysterical crusade? :hyper: I'll count that as another validation / VWD / commendation... :LOL:
 

JustSheila

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"Do What Thou Wilt" is Saint Augustine's Thelema.
Like Hubbard, you seem to have a satanic talent for twisting words to make them mean the opposite. Do you also hang crosses upside-down, troll?

That’s only half of the statement by St. Augustine and completely out of context. The full quote is:
“In as much as love grows in you, in so much beauty grows; for love is itself the beauty of the soul. Once for all, then, a short precept is given thee: Love, and do what thou wilt.”

 

Veda

Well-known member


To this day, Scientologists are told that Hubbard "spoke out" in a written interview published in the Rocky Mountain News on 20 February 1983.

In reality, the interview questions were answered by senior PR person Robert Vaughn Young.

At 9:20 of the below video, Young explains how and why it was important that the truth about Hubbard's death be concealed, and a lie be told:



No credit for the "authomatic ghost writing" then?
Authomatic? Do you mean automatic?


The Where is Cuitlahuac's Ethics Report on David Miscavige? thread
 

JustSheila

Well-known member
Your new joke writer keep repeating the same punch line again and again, every time they answer others' posts.

You should do one of your ethics investigations and publish a lower conditions order on them, like Ron taught you.

The bad news is that your repetitive jokes are not even slightly funny---but the good news is, your crusade to get in ethics on people applying a hoax's technology is hysterical.
He’s one of those comedians who laughs hysterically at his own jokes after his audience walks out. He’s got an entire cheering section in his head so doesn’t concern himself with feedback from real people.
 
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