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Mar 5, 1974 A system of engrams and thetans [third of a series] — St. Louis Post-Dispatch (Missouri)
James E. Adams
St. Louis Post-Dispatch (Missouri)
From 10 a.m. to midnight almost any day of the week, there is constant activity at 4225 Lindell Boulevard, the headquarters of the Missouri church of SCientology. The St. Louis office is one of about 300 branches of what has become one of the most controversial of all contemporary religious movements. The center resembles a vocational training school more than a traditional church. There are books, charts, diagrams, desks with headphone sets for listening to tape recordings, small instructional cubicles and ...
Oct 1, 1973 The Awful Truth About Scientology — The Realist More: ep.tc
The Realist [Reproduced here with express permission of Paul Krassner — Publisher of The Realist. Thank you! Transcribed from scanned pages at The Realist Project Archive.]
Although many people have had some brief acquaintance with Scientology, very few have gotten into the subject far enough to find out what it is really all about. It is a subject which doesn't easily lend itself to study. The courses are many and tend to become quite expensive, not only in terms of money, ...
Oct 26, 1972 Books / Inside Scientology — Rolling Stone More: link
William S. Burroughs
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Burroughs using a Scientology E-Meter: "All this time I felt my self-respect slipping away from me and finally completely gone . . . officially removed. . . "] Inside Scientology by Robert Kaufman Olympia Press. 279 pp. BY WILLIAM BURROUGHS The upper levels of Scientology processing are classified as "confidential," which means that only those who have completed the lower grades, passed security checks, and paid the large fees in advance are allowed to see and run this ... Jun 1, 1971 He can call on 200 years of experience More: link
People who feel good work better, play better and enjoy others more. People who feel good also climb out of old ruts to face new challenges easier. Understanding this, the first thing Dr. Harold Thibodeau wants to know is "How are you feeling?" When the answer is negative, the well-known Santa Ana, California Chiropractor and Scientologist: OT VII says with calm assurance, "Let's do something about it." With a thorough examination, including x-rays of the entire spine, Dr. Thiboudeau locates the ...
Jan 1, 1971 The Scandal of Scientology - 07 The Sea Org — Tower Publications, Inc.
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 ...
Jan 1, 1970 Scientology: the Now Religion - Chapter 6: Techniques, drills, and processes — Delacorte Press
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