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AntiScientology is Anti-Christianity

Crowley described Jesus Christ as "concocted. This is similar to Hubbard's claim that Christ is an "implant," i.e. a false concept, meant to suppress man from advancing.29 Neither Lord Buddha nor Jesus Christ were OTs (Operating Thetan), according to the evidence. They were just a shade above Clear (Hubbard).30 For those of you whose Christian toes I may have stepped on, let me take the opportunity to disabuse you of some lovely myths. For instance, the historic Jesus was not nearly the sainted figure he has been made out to be. In addition to being a lover of young boys and men, he was given to uncontrollable bursts of temper and hatred that belied the general message of love (Hubbard).31

Scientology Revealed

Opening the Prison Doors of Scientology

Church of Scientology Public Statements

Contained in the body of Dianetics and Scientology are answers to those age-old questions: Who am I? Whats the purpose of all this? And, what happens when I die? Well, the direct answers are: You are a spiritual being, distinct from and separate from a body. You have lived lifetime after lifetime and will live again. You are seeking to survive for yourself, your family, group, mankind, the physical universe, and to survive as a spirit. And only when you have fully achieved that level of enlightenment can you truly understand the Creator. David Miscavige, Head of Church of Scientology1 Man is an immortal, spiritual being. His experience extends well beyond a single lifetime. His capabilities are unlimited, even if not presently realized and those capabilities can be realized. He is able to not only solve his own problems, accomplish his goals and gain lasting happiness, but also achieve new, higher states of awareness and ability. Church of Scientology website2 In Scientology no one is asked to accept anything as belief or on faith. That which is true for you is what you have observed to be true. Church of Scientology website 3

any civil rights of any kind. From this outlook came many policies, including the Fair Game rule (a COS policy), which says enemies... may be deprived of property or injured by any means by any Scientologist without any discipline of the Scientologist...may be tricked, sued, or lied to, or destroyed.4 Many of L. Ron Hubbards writings are confidential and have become the central and dominant doctrine for the COS. Newcomers are shown only the publicized portion of the subject as they are guided into Scientology. Moving into the 21st century Scientology has an undisclosed number of members, its own covert Intelligence service, front groups, private investigators, lawyers, public relations and sales persons. It has detailed personal counseling files on large numbers of people and a sustained passion for infiltration of media and government.5

Further information. We have extensively researched and compiled information about the workings of the Church of Scientology (COS) from several resources: COS official website, COS books and publications, non-COS publications, online reports, personal interviews, and onsite COS visits. We recommend the following the web addresses for further insight into the COS. Interview with L. Ron Hubbard's son: http://www.apologeticsindex.org/Penthouse% 20Interview.pdf Exposing Scientology: http://www.lermanet.com/index.html http://www.xenu.net/ (exBy Margery Wakefield (ex-Scientologist): http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~dst/Library/Shelf/xenu/ See our pamphlet A Clarion Call for Prayer Regarding Scientology, located on our website as a PDF.

The Answer to Your Problems: Dianetic Therapy

Dianetic therapy may be briefly stated: Dianetics deletes all the pain from a lifetime Dianetics leaves an individual full memory, but without pain.6 Published in 1950, Dianetics maintained that the source of mental and physical illness could be traced back to psychic scars called "engrams" that are rooted in early, even prenatal, experiences, and remained locked in a person's subconscious, or "reactive mind." To rid oneself of engrams, Dianetics preaches a regressive-therapy technique called auditing, which involves re-experiencing incidents in one's past life in order to erase their engrams.7 Dianetics teaches that the entire physical pain and painful emotion of a lifetimewhether the individual knows about it or notis contained, recorded, in the engram bank. Nothing is forgotten. And all physical pain and painful emotion, no

In the last year the Lord led us to research the Church of Scientology (COS) as a corrupt religious system. He has gripped our hearts to cry out for these captives to be set free. Scientology is a multi-million dollar corporation and has been granted religious status by the IRS. This religion claims freedom from physical, emotional and psychological disease. Scientology teachings emphasize contemporary answers for mental health issues and social reforms. Our research exposes their healing and freedom methods to be mind control, hypnosis techniques and brainwashing. Further study has revealed the COSs impact in nearly every aspect of our societygovernment, medicine, education, media, religion, addiction recovery and self-help programs, sports and childrens issues. Scientologys network extends globally and includes influence in the United Nations. They boast eight million members in more than 100 nations.

L. Ron Hubbard, Founder

In 1950 Hubbard published the book Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health (over 17million copies sold). His research in the spiritual technology of the Scientology religion comprises over 500,000 pages, more than 3,000 recorded lectures and in excess of 100 films. As an author Hubbard has sold over 120 million copies of his works. In Scientology sanity is measured by the degree of agreement with Scientology. People regarded as critical of Scientology are considered as antiScientology and are labeled as antisocial personalities. Hubbard wrote, in the book Science of Survival, that such people should not have, in any thinking society,

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matter how the individual may think he has handled it, is capable of re-inflicting itself upon him from this hidden level unless that pain is removed by Dianetic therapy. The engram and only the engram causes [abnormalities] and psychosomatic illness8

himself. The second of these parts is the mind. The thetan uses his mind as a communication and control system between himself and his environment. The third of these parts is the body. 15

Operating Thetans. An Operating Thetan (OT) is

one who can manipulate objects or people without having to use a body or physical means.16 Hubbard promised his followers that a way had been found to restore to human beings both the awareness of their true identity as thetans and the once-possessed superhuman abilities, known as OT abilities. It is only after the reactive mind has been erased and is Clear that it is possible to rehabilitate the thetan, and to restore these ancient powers. This restoration takes place on the OT levels, the mysterious and secret levels of Scientology.17 OTs are Scientology's elite -- enlightened beings who are said to have total "control" over themselves and their environment. OTs can allegedly move inanimate objects with their minds, leave their bodies at will and telepathically communicate with, and control the behavior of, both animals and human beings. At the highest levels, they are allegedly liberated from the physical universe, to the point where they can psychically control what Scientologists call MEST: Matter, Energy, Space and Time.18 As an OT, a person through Scientology auditing should regain the ability to exteriorize at will from his body, becoming able to travel to any location in the universe and to control the body from a distance.19 [We have a tendency to laugh at these statements and to mock them, but let us remember that at least eight million people are caught in these lies.]

been trapped for so long. Over the years, the material from most of these levels has been made public, with the exception of the highest level to be released so farOT VIII. At present, this level is administered in a floating classroom aboard a Scientology ship sailing the Caribbean.20 The most important, and highly anticipated, of the eight "OT levels" is OT III, also known as the Wall of Fire. It is here that Scientologists are told the secrets of the universe, and, some believe, the creation story behind the entire religion. It is knowledge so dangerous, they are told, any Scientologist learning this material before he is ready could die.

John W. Parsons, who headed Crowley's Ordo Templi Orientis (OTO) chapter in Los Angeles.24 Hubbard was initiated into the OTO in 1944 by Crowley. After Crowleys death in 1947, Hubbard acquired OTO leadership in America. The OTO was headquartered for a time in Hubbards Church of Scientology.25 The OTO was English Freemasonrys most effective psychological warfare unit. Its duties were twofold: (1) to unite all occult bodies under the Luciferian Doctrine; and (2) to destroy the JudeoChristian culture worldwide with an onslaught of Satanism. The teachings of the OTO entered the United States with Crowley in 1916 during World War I.26 Ordo Templi Orientis (OTO) actually means Order of the Temple of Lucifer.27 By 1910 Crowley was the head of the London chapter of the OTO, the only chapter known to exist today. It is the most destructive Masonic lodge in the world. Crowley encourages his initiates to perform human sacrifices, using young boys as victims. He himself allegedly took part in 150 ritual murders.28 (continued on next page)

Auditing (COSs therapy process) deletes those

things which have been added to the reactive mind through lifes painful experiences and addresses and improves ones ability to confront and handle the factors in his life. Once all engrams in the reactive mind are deleted, the individual reaches a state of Clear.9 Indepth research reveals that the auditing process strongly employs mind control and brainwashing techniques, although the COS does not claim this to be so.

The Secret. They assert that 75 million years ago, an

evil galactic warlord named Xenu controlled 76 planets in this corner of the galaxy, each of which was severely overpopulated. To solve this problem, Xenu rounded up 13.5 trillion beings and flew them to Earth, where they were dumped into volcanoes around the globe and vaporized with bombs. This scattered their radioactive souls, or thetans, until they were caught in electronic traps set up around the atmosphere and "implanted" with a number of false ideas -- including the concepts of God, Christ and organized religion. Scientologists later learn that many of these entities attached themselves to human beings, where they remain to this day, creating not just the root of all of our emotional and physical problems but the root of all problems of the modern world.21

E-meter. Most auditing is done with a device

called the electropsychometer, or E-meter. Often compared to lie detectors, this small boxlike instrument is a galvanic skin response monitor which registers changes in skin conductivity caused, according to Scientology, by emotional upset.10 The face of the E-meter contains a dial on which a needle registers rises and falls of emotional charge. Various knobs alter the sensitivity of the needle reactions. To the box are connected two leads attached to small soup or juice cans which the preclear holds in his hands.11 The E-meter helps the auditor probe the preclears subconscious mind, looking for areas of emotional charge to be explored in auditing.12 Scientologists believe the meter registers thoughts of the reactive mind and can root out unconscious lies.13 The E-meter is never wrong. It sees all. It knows all. It tells everything (L. Ron Hubbard).14

Hubbard, Freemasonry and Satanism

Hubbards system is derived largely from Aleister CrowleyHubbard was a member of Crowleys Ordo Templi Orientis (OTO- one of the most immoral Masonic lodges in England) in the 1940s; and Hubbard laterinvented a system which seems, to those of us who know both, very similar to the system taught by Crowley in the OTO.22

Secrets of the Universe

On the OT levels, Hubbard promises, one learns the long lost secrets of this sector of the universe, secrets of our past now available for the first time in millions of years. By understanding these secrets, and by doing the auditing on these upper levels, one can at last achieve freedom from the physical universe in which we have

Man According to Scientology

Man is three parts. The first of these is the
spirit, called the thetan, which is the individual

Aleister Crowley called himself the Anti-Christ, the

Beast of Revelation, 666, and was famed as the most dedicated Satanist of the twentieth century.23 Russell Miller has chronicled Hubbard's connection in 1945 to

Footnotes: (1) This is Scientology: An Overview of the Worlds Fastest Growing Religion (An exclusive briefing by Mr. David Miscavige, Chairman of the Board, Religious Technology Center, 2004), DVD. (2) www.scientology.org. (3) Ibid. (4) www.freewebs.com/slyandtalledgy/Brainwashing%20Manual%2 0Parallels.pdf. (5) Ibid. (6) L. Ron Hubbard, Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health, Bridge Publications Inc.: L.A., California, 2007. (7) Janet Reitman, Inside Scientology: Unlocking the Complex Code of America's Most Mysterious Religion, Feb 23, 2006, http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/story/9363363 /inside_scientology. (8) Hubbard. (9) What is Scientology: Based on the Works of L. Ron Hubbard, Bridge Publications Inc: Los Angeles, CA, 1998, pg. 82. (10) www.scientology.org. (11) Margery Wakefield, with chapters by Robert Kaufman and Bob Penny, Understanding Scientology, http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~dst/Library/Shelf/wakefield/us.html. (12) Ibid. (13) www.scientology.org. (14) Wakefield. (15) www.scientology.org. (16) What is Scientology, pg. 167. (17) Wakefield. (18) Reitman. (19) Wakefield. (20) Ibid. (21) Reitman. (22) John Daniel, Scarlet and the Beast, Volume I, A History of

the War Between English and French Freemasonry, Jon Kregel

Inc., TX, 1994, pg. 404. (23) Reitman. (24) Daniel, pg. 403. (25) Ibid. (26) Ibid, pg. 415. (27) Ibid. (28) Ibid, pg. 404. (29) Craig Branch, Hubbards Magic, http://www.watchman.org/sci/hubmagk2.htm. (30) Ability, No. 81, 1959. www.sceptictank.org. (31) http://www.ami.com.au/~bradw/cos/CandS/scn-christian.html# quote1.