LeVenda's book gets pretty deep by page 120... I have learned a few things though... that give some ex members goosebumps
In my efforts to deconstruct Scientology, I read a bunch of parsons
and crowley's stuff, and the occultic beliefs of the nazi's and yes
there are great similarities but from all I can tell, in the 1940's
for Hubbard and crowley, all this rubbish was nothing else than a way
some lads figured out how to get laid back in the late 40's
Though there is considerable evidence to suggest Hubbard created in
Scientology a machine based entirely upon Crowley's and others ( as
used by the Nazi SS, occultic methods.
however some new patterns have come to mind..
The double triangles and 8-8008 etc.. the levels that start at ZERO..
When a sorcerer is going to invoke whatever - spirits, demons whatnot,
he will often use smoking incense.. so there is a whispy form that the
spirit can manipulate.. or perhaps a little blood in a pool of
water..it can move around and communicate...or an animal, or a
person.. the creepier the better as the setting helps invoke the
The magician will draw a large triangle on the floor, or two And in
the points of this triangle he places the 'vessels' for the spirits to
use as a medium for manifesting in this world.
Inside the triangle is drawn a circle, the magician stands in the
circle, and as long as the circle remains unbroken, the spirits cannot
harm the magician.
When a person enters scientology he has entered Hubbard the magicians
Stories I'm hearing of the levels of personality disorder amongst
OT7's.. confirms this as a plausibility. And their own (tm) Letterhead
confirms the rest,
Hubbard used scientologists and tried to make them his ' vessels...'
However, and this is a most important invocation, oops,I meant
The circle has been broken
and now the demons/spirits AND the vessels themselves
will tear scientology to shreds.
It is done.
So shall it be.