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Dec 17, 1970 Scientology: The Now Religion! — Village Voice
Donald M. Kaplan
The true measures of the false prophet are an unrelenting certainty and a staggering income. The immediate impression of L. Ron Hubbard, the prophet of Scientology, which emerges from George Malko's "Scientology: The Now Religion," is of a windbag hustler. There is not a single question Hubbard cannot answer easily and definitively. This and the fact that Hubbard personally has been making something around $140,000 a week from Scientology (that is, as Malko tells is, week in and week out) I ...
Aug 1, 1970 L. Ron Hubbard breaks silence // A reply to William Burroughs — Mayfair (magazine) More: link
L. Ron Hubbard
[Picture / Caption: 'As a matter of policy, L. Ron Hubbard doesn't give interviews' — Scientology spokesman] WORLD EXCLUSIVE L. Ron Hubbard, founder of the five-million strong Scientology cult, speaks out for the first time ever in a British publication to defend his creed against world-famous author William Burroughs. Read it carefully — it is a revealing self-portrait of an extraordinary man Scientology is a people's activity, a grass roots movement, and such are usually frowned on by the Establishment The ...
Jul 10, 1970 Press release // Psychiatrist receives Scientology Freedom Award — Church of Scientology of California (CSC)
Jul 5, 1970 2 Scientologists blast organized psychiatry — Press-Telegram More: link
Two Scientologists, one a psychiatrist the other a lawyer, unleashed a scathing attack on "institutional psychiatry" Saturday calling for an all-out war against "suppressive psychiatric abuse." Both men drew thunderous applause and standing ovations from some 3,000 Scientology followers when they made their tirades during the controversial group's three-day annual convention in the Long Beach Arena. AND THEIR exhortations were quickly transferred into action as scores of the L. Ron Hubbard disciples signed petitions after the talk demanding to know from ...
Jun 1, 1970 Mr. Burroughs, you're wrong about my husband — Mayfair (magazine) More: link
Mary Sue (Whipp) Hubbard
We are trying to bring into confrontation two of the world's most revolutionary minds. World-famous author William Burroughs, in a
recent Mayfair article
, stirred up the controversial cult of Scientology by directly accusing its enigmatic leader, L. Ron Hubbard, with hiding tremendous psycho-therapeutic discoveries behind a neo-fascist organisation. Hubbard himself hasn't replied, but for the first time ever in a British publication, his wife Mary Sue Hubbard has come to his defence. This statement came direct from the Hubbard's yacht ...
Apr 2, 1970 Scientologist answers William Burroughs — Los Angeles Free Press
Mar 6, 1970 Burroughs on Scientology (Incomplete) — Los Angeles Free Press
Jan 1, 1970 Scientology: the Now Religion - Chapter 4: Scientology — Delacorte Press
Jan 1, 1970 Scientology: the Now Religion - Chapter 8: Conclusion — Delacorte Press
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