XEMNU QUOTE # 1: ...an old marvel villain, Xemnu The Titan (who was originally called the Hulk when he first appeared in a 1950's horror comic.)
Xemnu was your typical Alien warlord who got trapped in a dimensional prison before being freed by earthlings, and like all evil overlords, after his intial defeat, he fled to his homeworld to assemble a battle fleet to crush the hairless monkeys.
What he did not expect, however, was that while he was locked away, his entire species had nuked themselves to extinction, and ths his motives changed from "Conquer all I survey" to "repopulate my species". END QUOTE from guardiansoforder quote
XEMNU QUOTE # 2: ABC series: Monster Man... The show's concept... came from Xemnu the Titan, who intended to subliminally plant messages...to conquer the world. The alien was stopped by Wonder Man and the Thing but Silverberg was still able to take the footage and promote it as The Xemnu the Titan Show. (Marvel Two-in-One #78 ) END QUOTE from ffplaza quote
XEMNU QUOTE # 3:
Journey into Mystery #62 & 66 (Nov. 1960 & March 1961): Hulk prototype... The similarity was basically in name only. He later reappeared as Xemnu the Titan...
The Overstreet Guide says...about Journey Into Mystery #62: "1st app. Xemnu (Titan) called "The Hulk."" This story was reprinted in Monsters on the Prowl #11 in 1971....his second pre-Marvel appearance...was reprinted in Monsters on the Prowl #14 (Dec. 1971).
...Xemnu the Titan appeared again in Defenders #12.
... he was not like The Hulk we know at all, but an alien with telepathy powers and covered with white hair.
END OF THIRD QUOTE from tripod.com quote
My comment: Looks like quote # 3 has exact dates of Nov. 1960 and March 1961. Looks like Scientology's "core belief" is based on a comic book!