Soderqvist1: Caroline, I misunderstood the message!
I thought that Roadrunner was already in a debate regarding Hubbard’s admissions, and I wanted a link to it. Btw we should start a project in order to verify how much did the whole court know about his affirmations, and how much of said affirmations can be verified by other sources, since both roadrunner and RJ at Marty ‘s home site doubt its authenticity, and I believe that many Loyalists do. Roadrunners name is Michel Snoeck, see photography on him here!http://www.wiseoldgoat.com/introduction_of_site.html
Soderqvist1: and I have talked with him on the internet here in Sweden before about Hubbard’s admissions and got him to swallow at least 2-3 phrases from it as can be seen here in his tabulations about said Admissions!http://www.wiseoldgoat.com/papers-scien ... o1-b.html#
Soderqvist1: after I have talked to him, I began to investigate further about it, and to make long story short; the parties in the court and the judge has read said affirmations, and verified its handwritings by Hubbard, both the “Course 2” and “the Book” from the admissions is read into the court record. Click on the link to the curt and read more phrases from his affirmation which at least to me has proven it beyond reasonable doubt that “affirmation 2000 by Gerry Armstrong” is part of the record.http://www.scnforum.org/index.php?t=msg ... #msg_12272
Soderqvist1: Both “Twelve against the Gods” which was Hubbard’s favorite book!viewtopic.php?p=368149#p368149
Soderqvist1: or a CoS friendly home site if somebody doubts it was Hubbard’s favorite book!http://www.erbzine.com/mag23/2344.html
Soderqvist1: and Robert Vaughn Young have pieces of supporting evidence! Twelve against the Gods by William Bolitho chapter Casanova
Page: 48: A rationale for seduction, indeed is only to be attempted by sniggering old men like Ovid, though if it were based on the wisdom and practice of this maligned Casanova it might have the result of frightening the majority of amateur woman-hunters from the chase. His love for every one of the thousand was as real as any that lead to holy matrimony; only it did not last. So he escaped both alimony and the glue years. But his women were not cheated out of their sacred due, for he gave them everything he possessed, and his whole self, in one single payment.
Page 49: How many times he unmetaphorically beggared himself for the paramour of a week, how many times at the height of his fortune he threw himself without hesitation or regret down into the gutter for a new charmer; and without any thought of bargain, this for that. Let those envy his amours who can imitate him in this; and those who can add to it his real tenderness, that never forgot the name of one of his light of loves, or how beautiful she was, the irresistible riches of the talk of the man, the prestige of his shoulders, his neck and his eyes, dare to emulate him. As for his censors, only those have the right to damn him who are quite certain the promise of life-companionship of a man however poor and tedious outweighs all Casanova gave. The prime direction of Casanova’s adventure, therefore, is the forbidden world of women. In the rise of his trajectory his will is as single as Alexander’s.
Page 51: Casanova had learnt two Latin saws, which were to be for the rest of his life his gospel and his policy: Fata viam inveniunt. Volentem ducit, nolentem trahit.
As we may say: Fate finds the way, and Life leads its lover, betrays its rebel.
The one handed down from stoics through Epictetus and Seneca; the second a translation by Cicero of a line in the lost tragedy of Euripides. There is no better epitome of the purest tradition of adventure, with all the comfort of fatalism without its enervating effects; no better summary of the mystical doctrine of adventure. Casanova held to them like a Calvinist to his Bible, and repeating them to himself, set out on his next adventure in good spirits. Admissions or Affirmations by L. Ron Hubbard
LRH: You have no fear if they conceive. What if they do? You do not care. Pour it into them and let fate decide.
The slipperier they are the more you enjoy it because it means their mucous is running madly with pleasure.
LRH: I returned to sea as navigator of a large ship and was subsequently selected for the Military Government School at Princeton whither I went in 1944-45 for three months. During my Princeton sojourn I was very tired and harrassed (sp?) and spent week-ends with a writer friend in Philadelphia. He almost forced me to sleep with his wife. Meanwhile I had a affair with a woman named Ferne. Somehow, perhaps because I had constantly wet feet and no sleep at Princeton, I contracted a staphloceus infection. I mistook it for gonnhorea and until I arrived at Monterey, believed my old illness had returned. I consulted a doctor there who reassured me.http://www.lermanet.com/exit/hubbard-ad ... -eval.html THE HUBBARD ARCHIVES by Robert Vaughn Young
Let's start in late 1981, when I happened to acquire the archives that contained Hubbard's private papers. (These were the ones that Gerry Armstrong started.) The truly essential material came down to perhaps 15 linear feet of paper. Over the months, with nothing else to do, I had a chance to read private letters, papers and manuscripts (including the three, yes, three, versions of the infamous Excalibur, which has to be the most overblown piece of hype he EVER produced and, no, it has NOTHING to do with OT3), which also gave me the full uncensored view of this man. I read everything from love letters to (and from and about) his mistresses, his girlfriends (such as Fern, who gave him the clap, forcing him to secretly take sulfa), his private pornographic ramblings (he liked to draw penises and vaginas around the margins in red ink, which gave the page a grisly look), his black magic material, his letters to family, wives (in the early 1950s, while having mistress Barbara on the side and at the same time preaching about the dangers of illicit relationships), editors and even to himself, as journals.
There was one problem with what I read. It didn't match what we (collectively then, meaning the organization) were saying about Hubbard and what Hubbard, based on what he had say to say. When I tried to gently point this out, the Shinola hit the fan. It didn't matter that it was in Hubbard's own hand. It didn't match the story he put out so — straight out of "1984" — it didn't exist. (These documents were later confiscated and sealed away to make sure no staff see them but enough of us did — including a few still on staff (hi, guys!) — so it can be verified someday, if it comes to that. But that is another story.)http://www.xenu-directory.net/accounts/ ... D_ARCHIVES