This is a repetition of Hubbard's assertion to his gullible followers that virtually everything good came from him.Christianity is westernized buddhism. Our "very good friend" Crowley is probably resurecting buddhism when the resurected Thelema. Reference below:
The word θέλημα (thelema) is rare in Classical Greek, where it "signifies the appetitive will: desire, sometimes even sexual", but it is frequent in the Septuagint. Early Christian writings occasionally use the word to refer to the human will, and even the will of God's created faith tester and inquisitor, the Devil, but it usually refers to the will of God.
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: "Love, and what thou wilt, do." (Dilige et quod vis fac).
Do What Thou Wilt Veda. (Dilige et quod vis fac). In Indi: प्यार करो और जैसा चाहोगे वैसा करोगे।
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.