TOP SUPER-STUPID MOMENTS IN SCIENTOLOGY (PART V)

HelluvaHoax!

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PART II: "Rock For An Ideal USA"



The cult promo reminds us all to
"TAKE A STAND FOR FREEDOM"

The Scientologists reading the poster know that "take a stand" means
to donate money buy and remodel another purposeless PC palace for
the multi-billion dollar real estate portfolio of a cult that defrauds its
members out of all their time and money by promising magical powers.

Can anyone explain why a Scientologist would sign up for such
an event and phone in their "confirmation" when they know full
well that the event is going to coerces as much cash as conceivable
from them if they show up? The "knowing-how-to-know" OTs know
that this is strictly a money deal having nothing to do with American
flags or "rocking" or "taking stands". Why do they volunteer to
go to such an event when then KNOW they are going to be
forced to donate more money? Couldn't they just send
a check by mail? I don't know why anyone would
willingly show up, unless it is for the "STATUS"
of impressing other spiritual status whores
that they deserve praise & admiration.

Anyone got any clue?

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HelluvaHoax!

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There is virtually no Scientology promo piece that is not at some level a cringey-creepy-culty self parody.

AXIOM: Scientology buildings & promotion always looks better when staring at the outside of the cereal box that contains the flakes inside.

However when one peeks inside any mission or org, there are incredibly bizarre things going on in there. (example follows):

AN EXCITING NEW UPSTAT LOOKING SCIENTOLOGY CENTER!



THE TECH SURE LOOKS FRIENDLY!



EVERYONE SURE LOOKS UPTONE AND NORMAL!
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HEY! LET'S GO INSIDE!!!
I'M SURE IT'S GOING TO BE
SUPER SANE & SUPER SENSIBLE!

WOW! THIS GUY SURE LOOKS LIKE HE'S WINNING!
I WONDER WHAT HE STUDIED INSIDE THERE?

April 23, 2021: Hania Mrkos from Prague,

Czech Republic just completed the...
Between Lives Data Course!

(No I didn't make it up, Dr. Hubbard really went
to the "Between Lives Area" area
and researched the
"Between Lives Data" for all of us DBs on this slave planet!)


[LINK HERE]

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This is NOT OK !!!!

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PART II: "Rock For An Ideal USA"



The cult promo reminds us all to
"TAKE A STAND FOR FREEDOM"

The Scientologists reading the poster know that "take a stand" means
to donate money buy and remodel another purposeless PC palace for
the multi-billion dollar real estate portfolio of a cult that defrauds its
members out of all their time and money by promising magical powers.

Can anyone explain why a Scientologist would sign up for such
an event and phone in their "confirmation" when they know full
well that the event is going to coerces as much cash as conceivable
from them if they show up?


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Well, it's already been 30+ years since I confirmed to:

"GET ON THE ROAD TO FREEDOM!"

Now, I'm old, tired, bankrupted and disconnected.

I think I'll just go ahead and:

"STAND AROUND FOR FREEDOM!"

P.S. Why did I think of that? Now I can't get Sly Stalone out of my mind.
 

HelluvaHoax!

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Well, it's already been 30+ years since I confirmed to:

"GET ON THE ROAD TO FREEDOM!"

P.S. Why did I think of that? Now I can't get Sly Frank Stallone out of my mind.
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FIFY. And yeah, hearing that song in one's head is way worse than being kidnapped by Xenu, flown to earth and blown up in a volcano!






Holy-Hell, that's how old that freaking crap-ass music is---it was released 35 years ago as a 45rpm record!

However, that song "The Evil Purpose" still ranks as my #1 nomination for:

CRINGIEST-EVER LYRICS FOR A "POP" SONG
For starters, what sane person tries to cram the word "psychiatrists" into a "popular" record?

And "...
arcane insane spirit brain" is not exactly that catchy as a dance tune either.


In olden days, the populace was much afraid of demons
And paid an awful sky high price to buy some priestly begones

[Chorus]
Oh, puzzle, puzzle, trouble, trouble

Arcane, insane spirit brain

[Verse 2]
In modern times the scientists
Wag their heads disheveled
To wonder why
psychiatrists
Leave the whole world bedeviled

[Chorus]
Oh, puzzle, puzzle, trouble, trouble
Arcane, insane spirit brain

Puzzle, puzzle, trouble, trouble
Arcane, insane spirit brain

[Verse 3]
But all around on city streets
Inside, outside, in retreats
People cower, much afraid
Of insane people or things in sheets
[Chorus]
Oh, puzzle, puzzle, trouble, trouble
Arcane, insane spirit brain

[Verse 4]
Terrorists, murderers, rapists, thieves
The very headlines give you the creeps
People possessed or people obsessed
What's gotten into their very deeps?

[Chorus]
Oh, puzzle, puzzle, trouble, trouble
Arcane, insane spirit brain

Puzzle, puzzle, trouble, trouble
Arcane, insane spirit brain

[Bridge]
Oh now here is the why
That makes the world an evil circus
No demons at all
But just the easily erased evil purpose

[Chorus]
Oh, puzzle, puzzle, trouble, trouble
Arcane, insane spirit reign
Puzzle, puzzle, trouble, trouble
Arcane, insane spirit brain

Puzzle, puzzle, trouble, trouble
Arcane, insane spirit brain

Puzzle, puzzle, trouble, trouble
Arcane, insane spirit brain

[Outro]
Give them the cans and audit it out!






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LOL. FIFY.

I bet you mean Frank. . .





Holy-Hell, that's how old that freaking crap-ass music is---it was released 35 years ago as a 45rpm record! But that song "The Evil Purpose" still ranks as my #1 nomination for:

CRINGIEST-EVER LYRICS FOR A "POP" SONG
For starters, what sane person tries to cram the word "psychiatrists" into a "popular" record?

And "...
arcane insane spirit brain" is not exactly that catchy as a dance tune either.


In olden days, the populace was much afraid of demons
And paid an awful sky high price to buy some priestly begones

[Chorus]
Oh, puzzle, puzzle, trouble, trouble

Arcane, insane spirit brain

[Verse 2]
In modern times the scientists
Wag their heads disheveled
To wonder why
psychiatrists
Leave the whole world bedeviled

[Chorus]
Oh, puzzle, puzzle, trouble, trouble
Arcane, insane spirit brain

Puzzle, puzzle, trouble, trouble
Arcane, insane spirit brain

[Verse 3]
But all around on city streets
Inside, outside, in retreats
People cower, much afraid
Of insane people or things in sheets
[Chorus]
Oh, puzzle, puzzle, trouble, trouble
Arcane, insane spirit brain

[Verse 4]
Terrorists, murderers, rapists, thieves
The very headlines give you the creeps
People possessed or people obsessed
What's gotten into their very deeps?

[Chorus]
Oh, puzzle, puzzle, trouble, trouble
Arcane, insane spirit brain

Puzzle, puzzle, trouble, trouble
Arcane, insane spirit brain

[Bridge]
Oh now here is the why
That makes the world an evil circus
No demons at all
But just the easily erased evil purpose

[Chorus]
Oh, puzzle, puzzle, trouble, trouble
Arcane, insane spirit reign
Puzzle, puzzle, trouble, trouble
Arcane, insane spirit brain

Puzzle, puzzle, trouble, trouble
Arcane, insane spirit brain

Puzzle, puzzle, trouble, trouble
Arcane, insane spirit brain

[Outro]
Give them the cans and audit it out!





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You had me at “arcane insane spirit brain.” :LOL: That immediately brought to mind:

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The first comment I see underneath the YouTube video is this.

"Such treasures buried in the depths of YouTube."

I was wondering who would write such a thing. Maybe Hubbard did return from Target Two after all. :unsure:
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All joking aside, I met Frank Stallone and he was a real sweetheart, pleasant and down to earth and happy to chat with anyone. Just a nice guy. I don’t think he was in Scn long. If the strict rules weren’t enough to make him leave, that album must have humiliated him for life. There was a lot of talent doomed to the basement after that came out. :LOL:
 

HelluvaHoax!

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PART II: Hubbard's song "THE EVIL PURPOSE"

Before we get started, let's get this hideous Hubbardian hypocrisy out of the way. The composer and lyricist of "THE EVIL PURPOSE" was one of the most evil con artists of the 20th century.

In posting the lyrics to the "EVIL PURPOSE" song today, I noticed a real bombshell—Hubbard filled that song with wall-to-wall lies:



In olden days, the populace was much afraid of demons
And paid an awful sky high price to buy some priestly begones
Oh, puzzle, puzzle, trouble, trouble​
Arcane, insane spirit brain​
In modern times the scientists​
Wag their heads disheveled​
To wonder why psychiatrists​
Leave the whole world bedeviled​
Oh, puzzle, puzzle, trouble, trouble​
Arcane, insane spirit brain​
Puzzle, puzzle, trouble, trouble​
Arcane, insane spirit brain​
But all around on city streets​
Inside, outside, in retreats​
People cower, much afraid​
Of insane people or thing​
Terrorists, murderers, rapists, thieves​
The very headlines give you the creeps​
People possessed or people obsessed
What's gotten into their very deeps?
That makes the world an evil circus
No demons at all
But just the easily erased evil purpose
Give them the cans and audit it out!​
COMMENTS:
Hubbard snidely dismisses
demons and acts of exorcism (priestly begones). The term 'begone' is simply the command to an evil spirit to "Be Gone!" However from the mid 1960s until this very day, the centerpiece of all of Scientology's "bridge" was and remains the cosmic scale exorcism known as OT III thru OT VIII. Ergo, while Hubbard is pretending to debunk Christianity's belief in "demons" and "evil spirit" he is making hundreds of millions of dollars selling the identical religious rites and rituals.

Later in the song Hubbard feigns confusion about whether the evil on earth is generated from
people possessed or people obsessed. However, all of Scientology is predicated on Hubbard's "modern science" that the core ruin of mankind is that all 7.7 billion homo sapiens living on this planet are in fact possessed by demons. To be sure, Hubbard frequently promoted both sides of this marketing scam. In his 1950 book Dianetics, Hubbard again went out of his way to deny that there are any demons in humans—while at the same time (early 1950s) wrote in his books that there were dead degraded beings inside one's body which he called "genetic entities".

Hubbard triumphantly proclaims in his song lyrics that there are
no demons at all! Aside from Hubbard's unhinged deceit, it becomes even more ludicrous when considering that the only people in the world who even listened to Hubbard's sad song were Scientologists, the very people who were paying for the OT levels to audit out their demons.

I suppose that the egomaniacal Hubbard deluded himself into thinking that his hit records would propel him to the top of the Pop Charts across the music world. Which in turn would convert hundreds of millions of new recruits into his billion year slave cult. Why else would he have written the last two lines of the song...


No demons at all
But just the easily erased evil purpose
Give them the cans and audit it out!

WHY WOULD HUBBARD DO THAT? Because during that period of time Hubbard was writing his songs (1984-1985), he was also trying to sell his latest "scientific breakthrough" called EXPANDED DIANETICS, a rundown also known as "THE FALSE PURPOSE" Rundown, which was released in 1984. That "miraculous" rundown purports to erase all "EVIL PURPOSES" and "EVIL INTENTIONS" from humans which Hubbard claimed would also erase all insanity and crime. However, even after a Scientologist reached Clear and erased all their evil purposes, Hubbard still promoted that even if all mankind reached the state of Clear, there would still be so much evil and insanity and crime that the planet would destroy itself. But don't worry, because it's "...just the easily erased evil purpose. Give them the cans and audit it out!" (but only erase their evil and save the world if they first paid you vast sums in advance).

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HelluvaHoax!

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There is something very odd about Scientology's
"STUDY TECHNOLOGY" books.






It's not just the childrens' books. . .
Why is this book so CARTOONY?
(the next one is from the adult "KEY TO LIFE" course)




Why is this book so CLOWNY?
(another adult book from "The Key To Life" course)



The "LEARNING HOW TO LEARN" book in Hebrew




The "LEARNING HOW TO LEARN" book in English




In any language, why do Hubbard's "scientific" books look like an
amalgam of a 1970s Disney comic book meets The Flintstones?
Could this be the simple explanation why Scientologists never
LEARNED HOW TO LEARN
that Scientology is a hoax?

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ILove2Lurk

Lisbeth Salander
It's kind of amazing, isn't it that nobody wrote a book JUST ABOUT THAT? The end of times cabal surrounding the awkward fact that the most powerful OT god-guru in the universe just suddenly and unexpectedly dropped dead.

There is a clock running on that story, with witnesses being harder and harder to reach and some of them have already left this mortal coil for other parts.

Surely someone has got to be able to pull the string and find out what really happened.

I nominate IL2L. She is very busy on many creative things, but I don't think she will mind dedicating the next 5 years of full time research and then another 24 months to write the book. And then there's an extra year for the book tour & signings. So all in all, only 8 years. A brief breath in time or whatever.

We need a volunteer to start a GOFUNDME so we can buy some clipboards and fake SO naval costumes. (well, duhhh, she'll have to go undercover, what were you people even thinking!!!?!)
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HelluvaHoax!

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Talking about the subject of "SUDDEN DEATH OF THE GURU", I just read a post on another thread that is discussing the worldwide event where Hubbard's death was announced. One of ESMB's well known contributors, SHEILA, was a Sea Org member that was posted at that event and just mentioned something so wickedly and wackily bizarre that you just have to read it to believe it. And even then it might take months for the concept to sink in to the point where you can actually accept that something that stupid really happened!



Well, you see, Dr. Hubbard was so OT that he had to suddenly blow from
this slave planet! Can I get a big round of applause for Ron committing suicide?

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[--snipped for brevity--]
Speaking of huge cheers, during a few awkward moments of about the first third of the event, someone held up a sign to APPLAUD! It happened 2-3 times. Then as it was clear they had the audience, the sign was no longer used.
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LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

One of the most ridiculous, cringiest & stupidest things I ever heard about Scientology!

Honestly, that's got to be one of the single creepiest moments of paradoxical pathos in the cult's history!

I am guessing that if the APPLAUD! sign did not get the intended response, they had other signs to hold up with alternate commands, such as:

WIN!

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HelluvaHoax!

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archived photo provided by a generous grant
from the underground artist
ILove2Lurk



Imagine going to a worldwide event celebrating the death
of a conniving conman commodore—who sold you magical
powers and then left the earth before he delivered them.
But he left behind three (3) loyal officers who now held
your eternity in their possession. And all you had to do to
get it back was to do exactly what they told you to do.
But while looking at them you realized that they were
just a pathetic pack of crooks, criminals and corrupt
cult creeps whose only power was gaslighting you
and stealing all your cash. So then you begin
to stand up and blow the event, but as you reached
the exit door you paused with the awful thought:
"But wait, what if they really really DO have my eternity,
even though they are complete degenerate liars
?"

Then what would you do, dear credulous cultee?
Can you really afford to take that risk?
So then you return to your assigned seat
and join the others who are applauding
and cheering and high-fiving each other.
Gee whiz, it sure feels great to be back
on the Bridge and to know that your
eternity has been safeguarded!
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ILove2Lurk

Lisbeth Salander
How this all works . . . the narratives, the stories from believers. Let's look at another
guru's death. How did Paramahansa Yogananda die in 1952?



Excerpts:
"In the days leading up to his death, Yogananda began hinting to his disciples that it was​
time for him to leave the world. His followers said that he entered mahasamadhi [the act
of consciously and intentionally leaving one's body]; [however, in reality] the cause of death​
was heart failure."​
. . .​
“For the last two years the guru suffered from a 'metaphysically induced illness,’ as his disciples​
put it — the result of ‘working out’ on his own body some of the physical and spiritual burdens​
of his friends."​
. . .​
"According to Time, Yogananda ate vegetables and strawberry parfait at the banquet, then rose​
to make a speech about “spiritual India,” ending the presentation by quoting from one of his own​
poems. “As he finished, Paramhansa [sic] lifted his eyes, turned slightly to the right, and slid to the​
floor, dead.” The subsequent medical verdict blamed a heart attack.​
"He was 59—young for a profession in which (by Yogananda’s own account) some yogis manage​
to avoid death for centuries. “He’d finished his mission,” declared Brother Mitrananda when​
I questioned Yogananda’s demise. “He did what he was supposed to do.”"​
Source article: Those who knew Yogananda
In 1986-88, the SO management could have "cleared the air" and chose to be honest about everything.
Instead, they chose to make up stories and do the other thing . . . extend the con.

I can't think of any more despicable people. Those who knew better from looking at the obvious and
what was sitting right in front of them, but made up tall tales so they could keep their positions of power
and cash reserves. No wonder they never -- or rarely -- show their faces in public or take questions.
 
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Enthetan

Veteran of the Psychic Wars
Can anyone explain why a Scientologist would sign up for such
an event and phone in their "confirmation" when they know full
well that the event is going to coerces as much cash as conceivable
from them if they show up?
Because if you have any sort of OT Eligibility Sec Check in your future, you can't afford to ditch too many events.

You can pay now, or you can pay for sec check intensives, but you WILL pay.
 

HelluvaHoax!

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In 1986-88, the SO management could have "cleared the air" and chose to be honest about everything.
Instead, they chose to make up stories and do the other thing . . . extend the con. I can't think of any more despicable people. Those that knew better from looking at the obvious and what was sitting right in front of them, but made up tall tales so they could keep their positions of power and cash reserves. No wonder they never -- or rarely -- show their faces in public or take questions.

It seems you have some by-passed-charge on the R-Factor given at the RIDE ("Ron Is Dead Event"). Normally I would have to agree with you that something might have possibly been a little fishy. However, it wasn't just the four (4) notorious liars depicted on the book's cover (i.e. L. Ron Hubbard, David Miscavige, Marty Rathbun and Pat Broeker) that were claiming that Ron was in perfect health when he made a totally causative decision to exteriorize and travel into deep space and let his body die.

SCIENTOLOGY'S "BOOK OF REVELATION" WHICH, LIKE THE
THE BIBLE, HAD "FOUR (4) HORSEMEN OF THE APOCALYPSE"
SAY HELLO & OKAY TO RON, DAVE, MARTY & PAT. THEY HAVE
YOUR ETERNITY! SO JUST BE POLITE & DO WHAT THEY SAY.


AND THEY "UN-SEALED" THE REVELATION THAT BROUGHT FORTH
THE CATACLYSM OF DR. HUBBARD'S UNEXPECTED ITINERARY CHANGE,
WHICH THREATENED THE CHURCH JUST LIKE THE BIBLICAL REVELATION
DEPICTING THE FOUR (4) APOCALYPTIC FORCES—THE "ANTICHRIST", "WAR",
"FAMINE" & "DEATH". THESE WERE POTENTIALLY DARK TIMES INDEED FOR
THE CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY & ITS INFALLIBLY ETHICAL OT LEADERSHIP.
AT STAKE WAS THE EARTH AND HUMANKIND ITSELF IF CHURCH LEADERS
DID NOT SUCCESSFULLY STRIP PARISHIONERS OF THE "FALSE DATA" THAT
RON WAS TOTAL AFFECT—NOT AN IDEAL BEING AND THE UNIVERSE'S MOST
GODLIKE, MIRACULOUS AND TOTALLY CAUSATIVE OPERATING THETAN!

Well, even if one erroneously invalidates the sacred R-Factor given at the "Ron's Not Dead, He's Merely Researching" event---there is no conceivable way one can dismiss nor discount the speech of Ron's lawyer--the honorable Earle Cooley. Because lawyer's do not lie. Please re-study Earle's briefing and clear Earle's words:

[ go to video at 14 minutes, 33 seconds ]

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BRIEF SUMMARY OF COOLEY'S APPEARANCE AT EVENT:

14:45: Lawyer Earle Cooley is introduced. Scientologists jump to their feet to give him a standing ovation, even though Scientologists have never heard the name Earle Cooley before and have absolutely no idea who he is or what he is about to say. This solitary moment defines the entire 71year history of Scientology wherein entirely ignorant people are celebrating and having huge wins on events that they not only know nothing about but which have not even yet happened.
14:53: Lawyer Earle Cooley nervously searches for his eyeglasses. Scientologists continue grinning and winning even though Dr. Hubbard taught them that anyone who needs glasses has heavy unhandled and undisclosed overts and crimes. Scientologists are not concerned about Earle lying because Earle is an attorney, which the dictionary states is a being who knows the law--and the law makes it illegal to lie.
16:10: Lawyer Earle Cooley proudly describes how he took custody of the body "of this great thetan". Earle was apparently promised just moments before he took the stage that if he read the piece of paper they handed him and pronounced the word "thetan" correctly, he would be given a bonus and also receive free word clearing on what the word "thetan" means.
17:16: Lawyer Earle Cooley states as a legal fact that: "...the body of L. Ron Hubbard was sound and strong! And fully capable of serving this mighty thetan for many years, had that suited his purpose!"


And if you are still not convinced, all of the above and more is IN WRITING! Kindly review the following urgent telegram that was sent out to all orgs, all missions and all Scientologists following the "LRH IS SO OT HE'S DEAD!" event:


CONCLUSION: Ron died for your overts. Think JESUS, but without the implants. Take some responsibility for your awful wholetrack crimes and unhandled cases that forced Ron to kill his own body and travel to some lonely research facility in deep space, in order to keep researching ways to help you escape the overt-motivator syndrome for the rest of eternity. Be respectful, happy and show gratitude by not questioning Ron's selfless altruism and sacrifices to undeserving Earth DBs like yourself whose only pathetic exchange is worthless MEST money. Ron left all own personal hundreds of millions of dollars behind here on earth--in order to save you, so the least you can do is quickly donate a measly half-million dollars for your Bridge to Total Freedom.


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Veda

Well-known member
How this all works . . . the narratives, the stories from believers. Let's look at another
guru's death. How did Paramahansa Yogananda die in 1952?



Excerpts:
"In the days leading up to his death, Yogananda began hinting to his disciples that it was​
time for him to leave the world. His followers said that he entered mahasamadhi [the act
of consciously and intentionally leaving one's body]; [however, in reality] the cause of death​
was heart failure."​
. . .​
“For the last two years the guru suffered from a 'metaphysically induced illness,’ as his disciples​
put it — the result of ‘working out’ on his own body some of the physical and spiritual burdens​
of his friends."​
. . .​
"According to Time, Yogananda ate vegetables and strawberry parfait at the banquet, then rose​
to make a speech about “spiritual India,” ending the presentation by quoting from one of his own​
poems. “As he finished, Paramhansa [sic] lifted his eyes, turned slightly to the right, and slid to the​
floor, dead.” The subsequent medical verdict blamed a heart attack.​
"He was 59—young for a profession in which (by Yogananda’s own account) some yogis manage​
to avoid death for centuries. “He’d finished his mission,” declared Brother Mitrananda when​
I questioned Yogananda’s demise. “He did what he was supposed to do.”"​
Source article: Those who knew Yogananda
In 1986-88, the SO management could have "cleared the air" and chose to be honest about everything.
Instead, they chose to make up stories and do the other thing . . . extend the con.

I can't think of any more despicable people. Those that knew better from looking at the obvious and
what was sitting right in front of them, but made up tall tales so they could keep their positions of power
and cash reserves. No wonder they never -- or rarely -- show their faces in public or take questions.


Unless Scientology was primarily about the preservation of "LRH name and image" in perpetuity, and about money and POWER.

"....Real powers are developed by tight conspiracies... a kind of juggernaut builds up."

L. Ron Hubbard, from The Responsibility of Leaders, 1967


"The yapping gnats that are trying to stop our juggernaut
will be disposed of."


Captain Mark Yager,
addressing Scientologists at the Los Angeles Palladium
on 27 January 1986

During the 1980s, Scientology Inc.'s new dictator, David Miscavige, and his co-conspirators at Scientology's "executive strata," lied to the Scientology membership about L. Ron Hubbard's death, saying he had "causatively discarded" his healthy body. Hubbard had, in fact, died after a long illness. This was covered up.

Miscavige, and others, also learned that there were no more unreleased "OT" levels.

L. Ron Hubbard was not "cause over life," and Scientology did not possess a "Bridge" to the state of "Operating Thetan," and could not honestly claim that it did.

This was all covered up, as the "top strata" of Scientology proudly sung the "We stand tall" song, while also conducting a campaign of barratrous lawsuits and harassment against the "yapping gnats."





And with sound


Who knew? and who didn't know?


Captions are dated


 

HelluvaHoax!

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posted by Lee #28

Please excuse the thread derail—and let me just slip this in here...





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LOL

That is a precariously paradoxical picture!

Because it simultaneously proves that Scientology's founder is a pathological liar—at the precise moment that it proves that Scientology works! (see Dr. Hubbard's definitions & dissertations on how the tech can assist a being to "as-is problems" and "erase harmful pictures").

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HelluvaHoax!

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Part II: Erasing harmful pictures

Those two (2) photos of L. Ron Hubbard are the subject of endless swirling controversy between ex-Scientologists and Scientologists in good standing with the church.


Both sides rancorously disagree with whether the second photo is a fake.

When asked during a 1967 filmed interview, L. Ron Hubbard himself stated that there was no controversy about an alleged "erasure" of his ex-wife (Sarah Northrup's) image because: "I never had a second wife!"

To once and for all put an end to the raging debate, we have secured an expert opinion on the matter from a noted professional photographer, as follows:

"After having undertaken a months-long technical analysis,
I have reached the incontrovertible conclusion that
there never was a second photo!"

- William "Billy" Blowdown / OT VIII
When pressed to offer any conceivable explanation as to how there could not be a second photo, when it was manifestly obvious and provable that there were 2 different and distinct photos, Billy replied: "Yes, exactly, that's the proof! There wasn't a 2nd photo because they are two different photos. First of all, one photo is black and white and the other is sepia toned. Duhhh. Additionally, there is a woman in the black and white photo, so obviously the other image of Mr. Hubbard was taken at a different time and place, entirely. Case closed!"

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