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Dec 9, 2009 L. Ron HUBBARD : Portait de l'artiste en paranoïaque : psychose et phénomènes sectaires — Université Paris Diderot
Nov 3, 2009 Hollywood sideshow: inside the Scientology museum — The Age (Australia)
Oct 26, 2009 My Billion Year Contract / Memoir of a former Scientologist (book) - Chapter 16 The messianic surveys and plans — CNM Publishing
Aug 6, 2009 Secret mission to expose L. Ron Hubbard as a fake — The Times (UK)
May 28, 2009 L. Ron Hubbard's last refuge — New Times SLO (San Luis Obispo, California)
New Times SLO (San Luis Obispo, California)
In Santa Barbara’s Church of Scientology, as in each such outpost worldwide, an innocuous office sits equipped but vacant. This office is located beyond shelves of shrink-wrapped books, beyond training rooms, the “comm” rooms, and a room occupied by enigmatic bowls of stones and other obscure objects. The office, with white walls and plush blue-and-gray carpeting, waits, should he somehow return, for the man once known as L. Ron Hubbard. His full name was Lafayette Ronald Hubbard. His followers—in keeping with ...
May 11, 2009 Scientology founder's writings honored at event // Alum Hubbard's novel performed at SMPA — GW Hatchet (George Washington University, Washington, D.C.)
GW Hatchet (George Washington University, Washington, D.C.)
Aliens, brandy and guns were the key components of a comedic adaptation of an L. Ron Hubbard novel performed by Emmy-award winning actors in the Jack Morton Auditorium last week. Hubbard, whose writings became the founding documents of the Church of Scientology, attended GW for two semesters before leaving without a degree in 1931. The adaptation of his novel "The Crossroads" was followed by a presentation on his life before, during and after his time at the University. Dion Graham from ...
Apr 17, 2009 Literary review / Cult cock-OUP — Private Eye (UK) More: private-eye.co.uk, link
Private Eye (UK) Scientology Edited by James R. Lewis (Oxford University Press, £18.99) THE clock starts striking 13 very early in this book, which claims to consider Scientology from a standpoint of scholarly objectivity. In the opening essay, "Birth of a Religion", J. Gordon Melton sets out "an overview of the life of L. Ron Hubbard anchored by the generally agreed facts". The general tone can be deduced from his conclusion: "After a suitable pause to acknowledge the founder's life and accomplishments, the church ... Jan 23, 2009 Devoir d'enquête: "La Scientologie: La secte démasquée" [Part 1] [Unofficial English translation] — RTBF 1 (Belgium) More:
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