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PostPosted: Thu Dec 31, 2009 8:15 am 
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Dear David Miscavige,

As you undoubtedly know, the University of London’s Warburg Institute Library has set the unsealing of the “Babalon Working” and related documents for January 1, 2010. I believe these materials will confirm what I have, after considerable diligence, discovered: that you and your Scientology representatives perpetrated and are perpetrating a black fraud upon me, and perhaps upon other people similarly placed, regarding L. Ron Hubbard’s role in that occult operation with John W. Parsons, and in the whole occult milieu, and, to an advanced degree, regarding the occult’s role in Scientology.

The Library says it’s closed for the holidays until January 4, which presumably is the date the subject documents will become publicly available. I’m publishing this letter online and announcing the web site I’ve been developing, “Hubbard and the Babalon Working,” so that people, in the UK and around the world, have the opportunity to act to protect, study and discuss these documents. I hope naturally that people do more than that.

I hope too that the unsealing moves you to tell the truth in this matter, as you and your most knowledgeable devotees know it. Your telling of the truth will end the fraud, and the sooner the better, of course, for everyone, even you. You and Scientology would still have to make whole the people you’d defrauded, but at least you wouldn’t be damaging more people with your untruths than you’ve already damaged.

Perhaps there are people Hubbard lied to or you lie to who love to be lied to, and wouldn’t feel defrauded, but instead perhaps indebted to you, when they discovered that depending on some lies you’d told had cost them years, money, family, friends, opportunities, mental health, and peace. I am not, however, one of such people. They would have to be without a doubt Scientologists. I find your lying, and your devotees’ and agents’ lying, about Hubbard’s and Scientology’s occult beginning repulsive and willfully cruel.

I would never have given Scientology one minute of my time or one penny of my money if Hubbard, hundreds of Scientologists along the way, and you personably since at least 1981, had made the truth known. Because that truth is so key to even one person’s life-displacing decisions, I believe you’ve had a legal duty from the beginning to have told that truth. I am not accepting that the lies you’ve been telling have been what’s true for you.

I believe I’ve found what the truth is for me, without your help, and despite your intentional and manufactured hindrances. It’s likely, moreover, that there’s an entire class of people who would never have done or joined Scientology if they’d known the truth that you could have told them. To each of them you also had a duty to tell the truth, and to each of them I’m telling it as I’ve now discovered it to be. They will not then have to do all the searching I’ve done to make the same discovery that they’d been identically defrauded.

The documents in the Warburg Institute Library that will be unsealed will only, I believe, be and confirm what I have independently discovered is true for me. I believe these documents will not support what you, Scientology and knowledgeable Scientologists have been saying was true. What was actually true for you and them, you and they didn’t say, and you all should have said. Your ethics in this matter have been truly abysmal.

On October 5, 1969, the Sunday Times published an article by Alexander Mitchell in Spectrum on Hubbard’s black magic involvement that was based on documents the Warburg Institute Library possesses in its Gerald Yorke Collection. Yorke, as you know, was Crowley’s friend, disciple and typist, and the collection is considered the most important publicly available archive of Crowley/OTO related materials. Certain of these documents, and specifically the Babalon Working materials, have been sealed for twenty-five years, as Yorke directed, and will now be unsealed. Why exactly Yorke had these things sealed I don’t know, but it relates to the Mitchell article, and subsequent legal actions or threats of legal action.

I am very aware, and everyone should be aware, that it is perfectly possible that Scientologists or their agents have ransacked and plundered the Yorke collection, including even the presently sealed documents. It’s also possible that Scientology has inserted its own documents or other forms of disinformation into the collection. Scientology has a long known history, which includes both under Hubbard’s and your own command, of document alteration, theft and destruction.

There’s a 2006 note from someone at the “Aleister Crowley Society” of reports of “significant theft from or damage to the [Yorke Collection] archives, especially in the Eighties.” The ACS person urges the Warburg Library’s “trustees [to be] suitably protective these days.” I similarly cautioned a Warburg Librarian with whom I’ve corresponded about the unsealing. I’m proceeding, nevertheless, in this letter to you, and in my search for the truth, in the assumption that Scientology’s agents have not gotten to the sealed documents, and these materials will not substantiate your organization’s claims.

Because of the Mitchell article’s importance in Scientology’s and your ongoing fraud and my discovery of the fraud, and to avoid your common gripe that facts against you are being taken “out of context,” I am quoting the article in its entirety.

London Sunday Times 5 October 1969 SCIENTOLOGY: Revealed for the first time…the odd beginning of Ron Hubbard’s career wrote:
JOHN WHITESIDE Parsons, a brilliant rocket fuel scientist, joined the American branch of Crowley's cult in 1939. He struck up earnest correspondence with “The Beast 666,” as Crowley was known by his followers, and soon became his outstanding protégé in the United States. By January, 1946, Parsons was impatient to break new frontiers in the occult world. He decided to take the spirit of Babalon, the “whore of Babylon,” and invest it in a human being.

But to carry out this intricate mission Parsons needed a female sexual partner to create his child in the astral (spiritual) world. If this part of the fixture went successfully Parsons would be able to call down the spiritual baby and direct it to a human womb. When born, this child would incarnate the forces of Babalon. During his magical preparations for this incarnation Parsons found himself overwhelmed with assistance from a young novitiate named Ron Hubbard.

Parsons wrote to Crowley at the beginning of 1946, “He (Hubbard) is a gentleman, red hair, green eyes, honest and intelligent and we have become great friends. Although he has no formal training in magic he has an extraordinary amount of experience and understanding in the field. Ron appears to have some sort of highly developed astral vision. He describes his angel as a beautiful winged woman with red hair whom he calls the Empress and who has guided him through his life and saved him many times.” He concluded almost ecstatically, “He is in complete accord with our own principles. I have found a staunch companion and comrade in Ron.”

But within two months the bonds of friendship were under some strain: Ron claimed Parsons girl-friend, Betty. With admirable restraint Parsons wrote to Crowley, “She has transferred her sexual affection to Ron. I cared for her rather deeply but I have no desire to control her emotions.” As if to cement their loyalties Parsons, Hubbard and Betty decided to pool their finances and form a business partnership.

Meanwhile preparations for the mystical mission were well under way. From January 4 to 15, 1946, Parsons and Hubbard engaged in a nightly ritual of incantation, talisman-waving and other black magic faithfully described in Parsons’ diary as Conjuration of Air, Invocation of Wand and Consecration of Air Dagger. With a Prokofiev violin concerto blaring away the two of them pleaded with the spirits for “an elemental mate” -- a girl willing to go through sexual rites to incarnate Babalon in the spirit world.

Parson mentions that windstorms occurred on a couple of nights and one night the power supply failed. But nothing seriously responsive until January 14, when Ron was struck on the right shoulder and had a candle knocked out of his hand. “He called me,” Parsons wrote, “and we observed a brownish yellow light about seven feet high. I brandished a magical sword and it disappeared. Ron's right arm was paralyzed for the rest of the night.”

The following night was even more portentious. Hubbard apparently saw a vision of one of Parsons’ enemies. Parsons wrote, “He attacked the figure and pinned it to the door with four throwing knives with which he is expert.” For four days Parsons and Hubbard were in a state of tension. Then, on January 18, Parsons turned to Ron and said, “It is done.” He added, “I returned home and found a young woman answering the requirements waiting for me.”

The incarnation ritual set out in Parsons’ manuscript, The Book of Babalon, is difficult reading for the unconfirmed spiritualist. Broadly interpreted, Parsons and Hubbard constructed an altar and Hubbard acted as high priest during a series of ceremonies in which Parsons and the girl shared sex. The owner of the documents, who is an expert on Crowley's magic, says that Parsons at this stage was completely under Hubbard's domination. How else can one explain Hubbard's role as High priest in the rites after only a few weeks in the trade?

For the first of the birth ceremonies which began on March 1 Hubbard wore white and carried a lamp while Parsons was cloaked in a black, hooded garment carrying a cup and dagger. At Hubbard’s suggestion they played Rachmaninoff’s Isle of the dead as background music.

Parsons account of the start of the birth ritual is as follows: “The Scribe (Hubbard) said, ‘The year of Babalon is 4063. She is the flame of life, power of darkness, she destroys with a glance, she may take thy soul. She feeds upon the death of men. Beautiful -- horrible.’ The scribe, now pale and sweating, rested awhile, then continued.” There are two possible reasons why Hubbard showed anxiety at this stage of the ceremony, the owner of the papers says. He was either deeply moved by the spiritual depth of the ceremony or he couldn’t think what to say next.

Hubbard further instructed Parsons: “Display thyself to our lady; dedicate thy organs to her; display thy mind to her; dedicate thy soul to her, for she shall absorb thee. Retire from human contact until noon tomorrow. Speak not of this ritual. Discuss nothing of it. Consult no book but thine own mind. Thou art a god. Behave at this alter as one before another.”

On the third day the ritual began four hours before dawn. Ron tells his companion, “Lay out a white sheet. Place upon it blood of birth. Envision her approaching thee. Think upon the lewd, lascivious things thou coulds’t do. All is good to Babalon. All. Preserve the material basis. Thus lust is hers, the passion yours. Consider thou the Beast raping.” These invocations along with other passages in the ritual indicates that Parsons had collected specimens of his own sperm and the girl’s menstrual fluid.

The climax of the ceremony occurred the following day with Ron at the altar working his two subjects into a sexual frenzy. Over Rachmaninoff he intoned such gems as:


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Her mouth is red and her breasts are fair and her loins are full of fire,
And her lust is strong as a man is strong in the heat of her desire.


An exalted Parsons wrote the next day, “Babalon is incarnate upon the earth today awaiting the proper hour of her manifestation. And in that day my work will be accomplished and I shall be blown away upon the breath of the father even as it is prophecied.” (In fact, Parsons was “blown away” in a rocket fuel explosion at his experimental laboratory in Pasadena in 1952.)

Unable to contain his joy, Parsons decided to tell Crowley what had happened. On March 6 he wrote, “I can hardly tell you or decide how much to write. I am under command of extreme secrecy. I have had the most important, devastating experience of my life.” Crowley was dumbfounded by the news of the incarnation ceremony. He wrote back, “You have me completely puzzled by your remarks. I thought I had the most morbid imagination but it seems I have not. I cannot form the slightest idea what you can possibly mean."

With a distinct note of concern he dashed off a letter on the same day to the head of his American cult saying, “Apparently Parsons or Hubbard or somebody is producing a Moonchild. I get fairly frantic when I contemplate the idiocy of these louts.” (This acid rebuke comes from a man whose activities were once summed up by a judge like this: “I have never heard such dreadful, horrible, blasphemous and abominable stuff as that which has been produced by the man who describes himself as the greatest living poet.”)

By May that same year Crowley was not only concerned about Parsons’s spiritual well-being. There was a smaller matter of certain moneys. When the trio formed their business enterprise, Parsons is believed to have put in 17,000 dollars, Hubbard about 1,000 dollars, and Betty nothing. Using about 10,000 dollars of the money, Hubbard and his newly acquired girlfriend, Betty, bought a yacht. A report to the head of the American branch by another cult member says, “Ron and Betty have their boat at Miami, Florida, and are living the life of Riley, while Brother John (Parsons) is living at rock bottom and I mean rock bottom.

In a more sinister way, the report added: “Let us consider this matter of the magical child which Jack Parsons is supposed to turn loose on the world in nine months (now seven). Ron, the Seer, was the guy who laid down the main ideas, technic (sic), etc., of said operation.”

On reading Parson's accounts of the ceremony and the reports from branch headquarters in America, Crowley cabled his US office on May 22: “Suspect Ron playing confidence trick -- Jack Parsons weak fool -- obvious victim prowling swindlers.” In a letter a few days later he said, “It seems to me on the information of our brethren in California that Parsons has got an illumination in which he lost all his personal independence. From our brother’s account, he has given away both his girl and his money. Apparently it is the ordinary confidence trick."

A much-chastened Parsons wrote to Crowley on July 5, “Here I am in Miami pursuing the children of my folly. I have them well tied up. They cannot move without going to jail. However, I am afraid that most of the money has already been spent. I will be lucky to salvage 3,000 to 5,000 dollars.” Just how Parsons managed to capture the errant lovers is in keeping with the other extraordinary chapters of this story. “Hubbard attempted to escape me,” Parsons wrote, “by sailing at 5 p.m. and performed a full invocation to the Bartzabel within the circle at 8 p.m. (a curse). At the same time, however, his ship was struck by a sudden squall off the coast which ripped off his sails and forced him back to port where I took the boat in custody.”

Parsons recovered financially and possibly as a backlash to his experience with Hubbard, he took the Oath of the AntiChrist in 1948 and changed his name to Belarion Armiluss Al Dajjal AntiChrist. In his scientology publications Hubbard says of the period, “Crippled and blinded at the end of the war I resumed studies of philosophy and by my discoveries recovered so fully that I was reclassified in 1949 for full combat duty.”

Hubbard claims that more than two dozen thinkers, prophets and psychologists influenced scientology (which he launched in 1951); everyone from Plato, Jesus of Nazareth to Sigmund Freud whom he says he studied under in Vienna. The record can now be righted with the inclusion of Aleister Crowley, the Beast, 666.

Alexander Mitchell

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In 1946 Aleister Crowley (left), the sorcerer and mystic whose dabblings in black magic earned him the title The Wickedest Man in the World, found a new disciple and welcomed him to one of his occult communities in California. The extraordinary activities of this new and enthusiastic disciple are described in a vast collection of papers owned by a former admirer of Crowley, which we have examined. The man in question is Lafayette Ron Hubbard (right), head of the now notorious Church of Scientology.

PARSONS, “the AntiChrist”


On December 28, 1969, The Sunday Times published this statement:

London Sunday Times 28 December 1969 Scientology: New Light on Crowley wrote:
Scientology: New Light On Crowley

ON 5 OCTOBER, 1969, Spectrum published an article “The odd beginning of L. Ron Hubbard's Career.” The Church of Scientology has sent us the following information.

‘Hubbard broke up black magic in America: Dr Jack Parsons of Pasadena, California, was America’s Number One solid fuel rocket expert. He was involved with the infamous English black magician Aleister Crowley who called himself “The Beast 666.” Crowley ran an organisation called the Order of Templars Orientalis over the world which had savage and bestial rites. Dr Parsons was head of the American branch located at 100 Orange Grove Avenue, Pasadena, California. This was a huge house which had paying guests who were the USA nuclear physicists working at Cal. Tech. Certain agencies objected to nuclear physicists being housed under the same roof.

L. Ron Hubbard was still an officer of the US Navy because he was well known as a writer and a philosopher and had friends amongst the physicists, he was sent in to handle the situation. He went to live at the house and investigated the black magic rites and the general situation and found them very bad.

Parsons wrote to Crowley in England about Hubbard. Crowley “The Beast 666” evidently detected an enemy and warned Parsons. This is all proven by the correspondence unearthed by the Sunday Times. Hubbard's mission was successful far beyond anyone's expectations. The house was torn down. Hubbard rescued a girl they were using. The black magic group was dispersed and destroyed and has never recovered. The physicists included many of the 64 top US scientists who were later declared insecure and dismissed from government service with so much publicity.


As you know, in the 1984 Los Angeles Superior Court trial in the first Scientology v. Armstrong case, Gerry Armstrong testified about this article and identified Hubbard as the author of the “information” that Scientology had sent The Sunday Times. The following is excerpted from the trial transcript produced by the LA Superior Court’s reporters:

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Q BY MR. FLYNN: Why did you send me exhibit 500 quadruple O, Mr. Armstrong?

I think I have got a little bit ahead of myself.

Let me withdraw that for the time being and go back to 500 quadruple J, "L. Ron Hubbard and J.W. Parsons"; why did you send me that?

A [Gerry Armstrong] Inside the organization I had come across what were called entheta newspaper articles dealing with or claiming that Hubbard was connected with the OTO, the black magic group.

Hubbard — I had seen at that point a statement which had been published in the — I think it is the London Sun Times which appeared to be a statement from the organization refuting the original claim of a black magic connection. And this was part of a pack of materials which I had while in the port captain’s office dealing with Mr. Hubbard. And it was to be used as proof that Mr. Hubbard was not connected to the black magic group, but in fact had been working for Naval intelligence and had been sent in to break it up because of the number of atomic scientists who were connected to the group, which he did. And he rescued a girl.

Throughout the course of the biography research I found that Mr. Hubbard was not working for Naval intelligence; was, in fact, connected to the OTO, the magic group, and that the head of the group was John W. Parsons who Mr. Hubbard was very much connected to.

This pack concerns John W. Parsons and Allied Enterprises. And Allied Enterprises is a company which Mr. Hubbard, Sarah Northrup, and John W. Parsons formed in, I believe, 1946.

Q And what was the purpose for the company?

AIt was a profit-making company, but — they planned at one point to bring sailing vessels from the East Coast to the West Coast and sell them at a profit on the West Coast.

Q And how much money did Mr. Parsons put into the project?

A I recall $10,000, but I don’t — I don’t — it is in this pack of materials, and I would have to refresh my memory.

Q And how much money did Mr. Hubbard put into it?

A I don’t know if he put any in. I do recall a figure of a thousand dollars, and I don’t know if that is from Sarah or from Mr. Hubbard.

Q Now at that point in time was Sarah Jack Parson’s girl friend?

A I — here is what I know of that. I interviewed a man named Lou Goldstone in San Francisco. This would have been in the summer of 1980 and he had been living at that time in the same place, John W. Parsons’ home in Pasadena. It was a very big home and he stayed there, and he said that Sarah, who they then called Betty, was Parsons’ girl friend, and that Hubbard arrived in December of 1945, and within a short time had taken Sarah from Parsons and was living with her first in the house and then in a trailer which was also parked on the property.

Hubbard then had a big trailer. I also know the same story from another man that I interviewed who was a current/head of the OTO in California, a man by the name of Grady McMurtry, and he had the same set of facts.

Q Did Mr. Parsons sue L. Ron Hubbard?

A Yes.

Q And is that lawsuit among the materials in that pack?

A Yes.

Q And why did you send me that?

A Well again it tied into this story of Mr. Hubbard’s involvement with black magic. The significance that this whole thing had to me was not so much his involvement with the black magic, but it had to do with the fact that he lied about his involvement and I had been trained and drilled to lie about it, and that was the significance. I really couldn’t care if he was — what he had done, but the fact that he had just continually lied was what was important to me and this was a part of the picture which showed that the story he had written and he had, in fact, authored the London Sunday Times article, I had the printed article, and I had the same thing in his handwriting.

Q You had his handwritten notes that contained the precise article?

A Yes, and the instructions in which he sent it to be typed up and submitted to the newspaper.

Q Now, in 1946 was that the period that Mr. Hubbard claimed that he was crippled and blinded?

A Yes.

Q When he entered into the business arrangements with Mr. Parsons?

A Yes.


I don’t really agree with Gerry’s 1984 opinion that Hubbard’s involvement in the occult was insignificant in comparison with Hubbard’s continual lying about his involvement. To me, Hubbard’s occultism is inseparable from his lying, and just as significant. I think that his occultism included and stoked the power he manifested as pathological lying. Gerry, of course, acknowledges that in the Sea Org he was actually trained to tell the Hubbard shore story on this very point – Ron the Secret Agent to the Cults – so that might explain why Gerry thought Hubbard’s lying was more important than what Hubbard was lying about. To me, as I said above, what Hubbard lied about is so significant that if I had known before Scientology what I have now discovered is true -- the truth Hubbard was lying about -- I would never have entered his cult or control, nor ended up in your cult and control.

I’m hoping with my site BlackLies.xenu.ca to make easily available to anyone interested the same relevant material I have now examined to reach what I know is true, both for me and for other reasoning people. I want as many others as possible to have the knowledge I now have. Hubbard lied, and Scientology and Scientologists under your direction, have lied, and are still lying. If you know of anything untrue, or any error of any kind, on this site, please let me know, just as I am letting you know that what you all are saying is untrue, and that what’s true for me is the truth. Hubbard really was a dramatizing black magician while keeping the Babalon Working, and wasn’t an agent or operative, secret or not, of US Naval Intelligence, the FBI or the LAPD, or any other official or governmental agency. Ron was on his own occult power trip. Scientology was part of that same trip. Now it’s your power trip.

Please feel free, no matter what your trip is, to contribute to this body of knowledge, particularly because you possess even more material on Hubbard and the Babalon Working than I have had available to me. Additionally, you, as much as perhaps anyone else on earth, except for Gerry, know that what I’ve found is true for me in this matter is what’s true. If you stopped lying, you’d say it’s true for you too. I, of course, welcome any knowledgeable person, Homo novis or Homo sapiens, contributing to this knowledge.

I look forward to the day when Scientologists, importantly you, speak the truth to end the endless fraud. I’m looking forward as well to the day when the Warburg Institute Library unseals the Working and whatever else has been sealed these past twenty-five years. If you and your knowledgeable Scientology juniors tell the truth before it’s all unsealed, this would be quite an ideal scene.

Sincerely,
Caroline Letkeman

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INTELLIGENCE SPECIALIST TRAINING ROUTINE – TR L
Purpose: To train the student to give a false statement with good TR-1. To train the student to outflow false data effectively.
Commands: Part l “Tell me a lie”.


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‘The year of Babalon is 4063. She is the flame of life, power of darkness, she destroys with a glance, she may take thy soul. She feeds upon the death of men. Beautiful -- horrible.”


Soderqvist1: let’s see how dangerous the Sacred Whore of Babalon is for men?
But before we can do so we must analyze her Sword which she is girt with!

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Freedom is a Two-Edged Sword Chapter 1 by Jack Parsons
For numberless centuries society accepted the proposition that certain men were created to be slaves. Their natural function was to serve priests, kings and nobles, men of substance and property who were appointed slave-masters by almighty God. This system was reinforced by the established doctrine that all men and women were owned 'in mind' by the church and 'in body' by the state. This convenient situation was supported by the authority of social morality, religion and even philosophy. Against this doctrine, some two hundred years ago, rose the most astonishing heresy the world has yet seen; the principle of liberalism. In essence this principle stated that all men are created equal and endowed with inalienable rights which belong to every man as his birthright. It seems necessary to redefine Freedom in the terms understood by Voltaire, Paine, Washington, Jefferson and Emerson.
Freedom is a two-edged sword of which one edge is liberty and the other, responsibility. Both edges are exceedingly sharp and the weapon is not suited to casual, cowardly or treacherous hands. Since all tyrannies are based on dogma and since all dogmas are based on lies, it behooves us to look beyond them for truth and freedom will both be far away.

Chapter Four - The Woman Girt With the Sword
Somewhere in the world today there is a woman for whom the Sword is forged. Somewhere there is one who has heard the trumpets of the New Age and who will respond. She will respond, this new woman, to the high clamor of those sar-trumpets; she will come as a perilous flame and a devious song, a voice in the judgement halls, a banner before armies. She will come girt with the Sword of Freedom. Before her, kings and priests will tremble, cities and empires will fall, and she will be called BABALON, The Scarlet Woman. She will be lustful and proud, subtle and deadly forthright and invincible as a naked blade. Women will respond to her war cry, throwing off their chains, men will respond to her challenge, forsaking foolish ways. She will shine as the ruddy Evening Star in the lurid sunset of Gotterdamerung. She will shine again as a Morning Star when the night has passed and a new dawn breaks over the garden of Pan.

To you, oh unknown woman, is The Sword of Freedom pledged.
http://www.greylodge.org/occultreview/g ... msword.htm


Soderqvist1: Jack Parsons was a Ladies’ Man and his Poetry is beautiful, and it is quite obvious that he had something else in mind with Babalon Working as evidenced above, than Hubbard. The natural outcome of that was that; Parsons was conned by Hubbard, and his Lodge closed down!

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Soderqvist1: that L. Ron Hubbard had a totally different point of view regarding the Scarlet Woman than Jack Parsons can be seen in the book; “Messiah or Madman?”
I have quoted it at length for it can show Hubbard's motive for con him!

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"The tech gushed forth and resulted in the `Philadelphia Doctorate
Course Lectures.'" [At the beginning of the very first Philadelphia Lecture Hubbard cracked a joke about the "Prince of Darkness." "Who do you think I am?" he asked. The audience chuckled. Ron's such a kidder.] "Dad's lecture series was held upstairs in a large room. He was knocking them dead creating brilliant truths that danced in the heads of the audience. He was excelling himself. He was in hyperdrive when the U.S. Marshals showed up. "They came bursting in like Carrie Nation attacking a saloon. Absolutely no class at all. "We somehow distracted the Marshals from going all the way upstairs. "It seems that all the Marshals wanted was to serve him a subpoena to appear in court over the hassle Don Purcell was kicking up over the rights to Dianetics. (He claimed he owned them). "The subpoena was finally properly and courteously served. "Now it was Dad's turn. When he unfolded the paper he became unglued. He hated courts; he hated Don Purcell; he hated, period. All the clicks in his head went off like a string of Chinese firecrackers. "Well, Dad was psycho as hell, but he wasn't dumb. He took the rap. A contempt of court with a fine of $5000.00. "One does not put a god on trial nor ridicule a god. Dad vowed never to appear in court again for any reason. He never did.

"The night after the court appearance he was still raging. When he was nervous or upset he would shout and scream. When his concrete
self-confidence was shaken he would blindly attack people and furniture. "A bottle of rum and an hour of screaming later he had cooled down a little; but the `Power' was still translating into anger; overriding the alcohol. My whole life I've always marvelled at his capacity to consume alcohol and remain upright and coherent. A fifth of Myers dark rum was the same as two aspirin to Dad. "After he got in the groove and plugged in his self-confidence again, he got up from the couch and retrieved several books from his suitcase. He dropped them in front of me on the hotel room coffee table. "`I'm going to need more help,' he says. `More help than I'm getting. I'm going to outlive this whole damned world but I want you for back-up.' "`You got it Dad, you know that already,' I say. "`I know, I know,' Dad says impatiently, `but you don't have much horsepower. ` "`Hey, Dad, I'm doing O.K' "He flies off the handle: `You snot-nosed kid. You don't know your ass from a hole in the ground!' He slams his hand down on the books on the coffee table. `All you are is a fart in a hurricane, kid; now read about the Real Power!'

"`The books and contents to be kept forever secret, he says. To reveal them will cause you instant insanity: rip your mind apart; destroy you.' he says. `Secrets, techniques and powers I alone have conquered and harnessed. I alone have refined, improved on, applied my engineering principles to. Science and logic. The keys! My keys to the doorway of the Magick; my magick! The power! Not Scientology power! My power! The real powers of Solomon,' he says, `Caligula and Alice too. Your past is your enemy,' he says. `the enemy of all.' "I listen with hypnotic fascination: The books; some recently published, some over 1200 years old, The Book of the Law, The Sacred Magic of Abre-Melin, the Sex Magic of the Ninth Degree of the "He is excited, fearful and cautious. He is tense. Unimparted secrets, imparted for the first time. "I open the books intending only to thumb through. I am awed and amazed; I Know these books! How could I? "He answers:'They were used to conceive you, and birth you, too. I've read them to you while you were asleep while you were drugged and hypnotized; for years.

"`I've made the Magick really work,' he says. `No more foolish rituals. I've stripped the Magick to basics-access without liability. "`Sex by will,' he says. `Love by will-no caring and no sharing-no feelings. None,' he says. `Love reversed,' he says. `Love isn't sex. Love is no good; puts you at effect. Sex is the route to power,' he says. Scarlet women! They are the secret to the doorway. Use and consume. Feast. Drink the power through them. Waste and discard them.' "`Scarlet?' I ask. "`Yes Scarlet: the blood of their bodies; the blood of their souls,' he says. "`Release your will from bondage. Rend their bodies; bend their minds; bend their wills; beat back the past. The present is all there is. No consequences and no guilt. Nothing is wrong in the present. The will is free-totally free; no feelings; no effort; pure thought-separated. The Will postulating the Will,' he says. "`Will, Sex, Love, Blood, Door, Power, Will. Logical,' he says. "`The doorway of Plenty. The Great Door of the Great Beast.'"He repeats the incantation; invokes the door opening to the realm of the Beast. "I'm nauseated. I hurt." "He says: `Never tell, or much worse will happen.' "I nod." "I had barely got out of my '47 Buick when Dad started me popping Rainbows. It seemed like two minutes later I was teaching Scientology, when I could barely pronounce the word."
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I believe Hubbard found a prostitute, because she would obey a boozy, leering, incoherent con man ordering her and Parsons to do creepy and probably frightening things.

No woman would do this of her own free will.

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Warburg Institute to unseal the Babalon Working Documents
Believed time: 10:00 AM, Monday 4 January 2010
Address: Woburn Square, London WC1H 0AB
http://warburg.sas.ac.uk/mnemosyne/entrance.htm

In October 1969, the Sunday Times published an article “The odd beginning of Ron Hubbard’s career” by Alexander Mitchell about Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard’s 1946 involvement in occult ceremonies that included “sex magick” with John Whiteside Parsons, an America devotee of Aleister Crowley and rocket scientist.

Mitchell had access to documents relating to the Hubbard-Parsons relationship, including a record of a set of rituals called “The Babalon Working,” which is in the Gerald Yorke collection in the Warburg Institute Library. Yorke was Crowley’s disciple and typist, ended up with Crowley’s personal papers, and donated them to the library.

For some reason, which to my knowledge has never been publicly disclosed, in December 1969, and without any real comment, the Sunday Times published a statement from the “Church of Scientology” claiming that Hubbard had been on a mission, from unspecified US departments or agencies, to break up the Crowley-Parsons “black magic group.” Jon Atack in his 1990 Hubbard biography A Piece of Blue Sky wrote: “The Scientologists threatened legal action, and the Sunday Times, unsure of its legal position, paid a small out-of-court settlement. Without retracting their earlier article, they printed a statement submitted by the Scientologists.” The statement sent to the Sunday Times was actually written by Hubbard.

As I understand it, not long after the Sunday Times “settled” with Scientology, Yorke withdrew the documents relating to the Babalon Working from the collection at the Warburg Institute Library. Upon Yorke’s death, these materials were returned to the library on the condition that they be kept sealed 25 years. The Institute Librarian advised me some time ago that the documents will be unsealed, or “available for consultation” January 1. The library is closed until January 4, so that’s probably the real unsealing date.

The Hubbard-Parsons-Crowley-Babalon-Scientology story is more involved and interesting than I can write here. My wife Caroline Letkeman and I have been developing a web site, which we just activated, to make available our evidence and argument concerning what was going on with Hubbard, in the Working and in his other occult dealings. http://blacklies.xenu.ca/

Caroline also just wrote to Scientology head David Miscavige because we are convinced that he and his representatives are perpetrating a fraud upon the public by continuing to disseminate the 1969 statement the Sunday Times published and by failing to provide the truth they know about Hubbard’s participation in the occult, and most importantly his incorporation of occult concepts in Scientology. http://blacklies.xenu.ca/archives/303

We have no doubt that if we had known the truth about Hubbard and the Babalon Working, we would never have entered Scientology or given the cult a moment of our time or a plugged penny. Because Hubbard and Scientology withheld the truth and instead, for forty years now, repeated his lies about being on a secret mission for the US Government, Scientology got me for 12 years, got Caroline for 24 years and over $60,000, and when we complained they made us fair game and got her daughter.

I am quite certain that there are more ex-Scientologists like us, and many more people around the world the Scientologists are trying to hook and reel in, who should get the latest truth about the not only odd but sinister beginning of L. Ron Hubbard’s career. And in this case, it really is a truth that will set people free.

The Warburg Institute is a member Institute of London University’s School of Advanced Study. The Library’s regulations are important: http://warburg.sas.ac.uk/mnemosyne/openinghours.htm

Happy New Year!

Gerry Armstrong and Caroline Letkeman

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Run, Davey Run!

++++++++++++++Sacred Cult Scripture++++++++++++

"When you move off a point of power, pay all your obligations
on the nail, empower all your friends completely and move
off with your pockets full of artillery, potential blackmail on
every erstwhile rival, unlimited funds in your private account
and the addresses of experienced assassins and go live in
Bulgravia and bribe the police."

- L. Ron Hubbard, The Responsibility of Leaders,
HCO PL 12 Feb 1967

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Imagine CoS scolding people for masturbating, after their hip-hip-horray MARRIED* leader was watching and ordering two unmarried people to do deviant acts.

*The dumb deviant acts took place in 1945, and
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Hubbard's first wife was Margaret "Polly" Grubb whom he married in 1933...
Sara Northrup became Hubbard's second wife in August 1946 while he was still married to Polly, something Sara did not know at the time[171]

from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L._Ron_Hubbard


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+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

I have a very bad masturbatory history. I was taught when I
was 11 and, despite guilt, fear of insanity, etc. etc. I persisted.
At a physical examination at a Y when I was about 13, the
examiner and the people with him called me out of the line
because my testicles hung low and cautioned me about what
would happen if I kept on masturbating. This "discovery"
was a bad shock to me.

I had to be so silent about it that now when a bedspring
squeaks I lose all libido. I eventually found out I would not
be insane, or injure myself but the scars remain.

- L. Ron Hubbard, The Admissions

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Hubbard's Mushroom wrote:
++++++++++++++Sacred Cult Scripture++++++++++++

"When you move off a point of power, pay all your obligations
on the nail, empower all your friends completely and move
off with your pockets full of artillery, potential blackmail on
every erstwhile rival, unlimited funds in your private account
and the addresses of experienced assassins and go live in
Bulgravia and bribe the police."

- L. Ron Hubbard, The Responsibility of Leaders,
HCO PL 12 Feb 1967

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


This had to be one of the most idiotic things that I have read anywhere. I believe this was supposed to be part of the "power change formula." Every person who achieves a position of (success) "power" in any endeavor is supposed to follow some equivalent of this formula. Can you imagine if every successful person actually did this kind of thing? Hubbard's formula is that when you become successful, you are supposed to collect blackmail on people, engage in bribery, become acquainted with literal or figurative "hit" people, and go isolate yourself. What kind of life is that? That's the reward for achieving success??

This was written in 1967 right around the time when Hubbard was clouding his mind with pinks, greys, and rum, and writing the Xenu story. What he wrote was about his paranoid and drug-addled life at that time, which he decided is the model life that every successful person should follow. Now Scientologists hang on these words as a blueprint for life.

No, Hubbard. No matter what level of success ("power") I might achieve, I will never follow your advice and move to Bulgravia. I kind of like it where I am, and I prefer to have other kinds of friends.


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Caroline,

Please forgive my ignorance as to your location and access to the documents when they are made available, but unless you are 'first in the door' when the library opens that day don't you think there is a very real chance that local scilons will be on this in a flash?
i.e. to get the docs before you do and try to tamper with them?

(I am crossing my fingers that YOU get first look at them and continue with publishing online these docs).


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Caroline,

Please forgive my ignorance as to your location and access to the documents when they are made available, but unless you are 'first in the door' when the library opens that day don't you think there is a very real chance that local scilons will be on this in a flash?
i.e. to get the docs before you do and try to tamper with them?

(I am crossing my fingers that YOU get first look at them and continue with publishing online these docs).


I wonder if they have been put on microfiche or, more recently, have had them scanned and can make availble for viewing on CDROM. If not then they certainly need to be.

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Caroline, this is amazing. Thanks.

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ryangiggs wrote:
Caroline,

Please forgive my ignorance as to your location and access to the documents when they are made available, but unless you are 'first in the door' when the library opens that day don't you think there is a very real chance that local scilons will be on this in a flash?
i.e. to get the docs before you do and try to tamper with them?

(I am crossing my fingers that YOU get first look at them and continue with publishing online these docs).


Thanks for asking. Gerry and I are in Chilliwack, BC, Canada and the Warburg Institute is in London, England. I recognized a bit ago that I couldn’t be at the Institute’s door when it first makes the presently sealed documents available. I also recognize that I can’t protect these documents in any way.

I can, however, alert people to the documents’ need for protection, and that is what I’ve done. Gerry and I went public in the manner we did, including alerting UK media, in order to generate some attention and some care.

In my 2008 e-mail to the Librarian I wrote:
These documents are of great significance to the Scientology problem, and I am relieved to know that they are still safe. Scientology has undoubtedly calendared the end date for the seal as well. The organization has a long history of document theft and destruction, including from libraries. http://blacklies.xenu.ca/archives/286


The Yorke collection was way up there on Scientology intel’s program targets from at least October 1969 until the present, or until the situation was handled. The GO was headquartered nearby, and in its heyday. They could have had two generations of Scientology secretaries at the Institute.

In my letter to Miscavige, I wrote:
I am very aware, and everyone should be aware, that it is perfectly possible that Scientologists or their agents have ransacked and plundered the Yorke collection, including even the presently sealed documents. It’s also possible that Scientology has inserted its own documents or other forms of disinformation into the collection. Scientology has a long known history, which includes both under Hubbard’s and your own command, of document alteration, theft and destruction.

There’s a 2006 note from someone at the “Aleister Crowley Society” of reports of “significant theft from or damage to the [Yorke Collection] archives, especially in the Eighties.” The ACS person urges the Warburg Library’s “trustees [to be] suitably protective these days.” I similarly cautioned a Warburg Librarian with whom I’ve corresponded about the unsealing. I’m proceeding, nevertheless, in this letter to you, and in my search for the truth, in the assumption that Scientology’s agents have not gotten to the sealed documents, and these materials will not substantiate your organization’s claims. http://blacklies.xenu.ca/archives/303

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curiosity wrote:
Hubbard's Mushroom wrote:
++++++++++++++Sacred Cult Scripture++++++++++++

"When you move off a point of power, pay all your obligations
on the nail, empower all your friends completely and move
off with your pockets full of artillery, potential blackmail on
every erstwhile rival, unlimited funds in your private account
and the addresses of experienced assassins and go live in
Bulgravia and bribe the police."

- L. Ron Hubbard, The Responsibility of Leaders,
HCO PL 12 Feb 1967

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


This had to be one of the most idiotic things that I have read anywhere. I believe this was supposed to be part of the "power change formula." Every person who achieves a position of (success) "power" in any endeavor is supposed to follow some equivalent of this formula. Can you imagine if every successful person actually did this kind of thing? Hubbard's formula is that when you become successful, you are supposed to collect blackmail on people, engage in bribery, become acquainted with literal or figurative "hit" people, and go isolate yourself. What kind of life is that? That's the reward for achieving success??

This was written in 1967 right around the time when Hubbard was clouding his mind with pinks, greys, and rum, and writing the Xenu story. What he wrote was about his paranoid and drug-addled life at that time, which he decided is the model life that every successful person should follow. Now Scientologists hang on these words as a blueprint for life.

No, Hubbard. No matter what level of success ("power") I might achieve, I will never follow your advice and move to Bulgravia. I kind of like it where I am, and I prefer to have other kinds of friends.


Soderqvist1: It do make sense, it is a truth statement by a Mafia Leader under religious cloaking!

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A little pic of the original Times headline, to go with Caroline's plain text copy of the article:

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The article also appears today on Bob Freeman's Occult Detective website:
http://authorbobfreeman.wordpress.com/2 ... babble-on/

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