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The Brain Washing Manual - The master plan of the cult!

Post by Ltricha1 » Tue Feb 07, 2006 11:01 pm

The following is from Messiah or Madman? by Bent Corydon Note it has been edited to reflect in form the document called the Brain Washing Manual.

Reading this, and knowing it was written by L. Ron Hubbard in 1955. It shows that he had laid out his plan for the future of $cientology well in advance of it's creation.
The Brain Washing Manual wrote: The populace must be brought into the belief that every individual within it who rebels in any way, shape, or form against efforts or activities to enslave the whole, must be considered to be a deranged person whose eccentricities are neurotic or insane....
Disavowal, Splintering, Divergence
1. Public disavowal of Scientology or Scientologists in good standing with Scientology Organizations.
2. Announcing departure from Scientology...
3. Seeking to resign or leave courses or sessions and refusing to return despite normal efforts...
8. Dependency on mental or philosophic procedures other than Scientology...
Entirely by bringing about public conviction that the sanity of a person is in question, it is possible to discount and eradicate all the goals and activities of that person. It is important to know that the entire subject of loyalty is thus as easily handled as it is. One of the first and foremost missions of the psychopolitician is to make an attack upon communism and insanity synonymous.
No laymen would dare adventure to place judgment upon the state of sanity of an individual whom the psychiatrist has already declared insane. Should any whisper, or pamphlets, against psychopolitical activities be published, it should be laughed into scorn, branded an immediate hoax, and its perpetrator or publisher should be, at the first opportunity, branded as insane....have, in any thinking society, any civil rights of any kind....
It is not enough for the State to have goals. These goals, once put forward, depend for their completion upon the loyalty and obedience of the workers. These engaged for the most part in hard labors, have little time for idle speculation, which is good."
...Hypnosis is induced by acute fear. They discovered it could also be induced by shock of an emotional nature, and also by extreme privation, as well as by blows...." Belief is engendered by a certain amount of fear and terror from an authoritative level, and this will be followed by obedience. The body is less able to resist a stimulus if it has insufficient food and is weary....Refusal to let them sleep over many days, denying them adequate food, then brings about an optimum state for the receipt of a stimulus. Degradation and conquest are companions.
By lowering the endurance of a person...and by constant degradation and defamation, it is possible to induce, thus, a state of shock which will receive adequately any command given. Any organization which has the spirit and courage to display inhumanity, savageness, brutality, and uncompromising lack of humanity, will be obeyed. Such a use of force is, itself, the essential ingredient of greatness....
As an example of this, we find an individual refusing to obey and being struck. His refusal to obey is now less vociferous. He is struck again and his resistance is lessened once more. He is hammered and pounded again and again until, at length, his only thought is direct and implicit obedience to that person from whom the force has emanated.
This is a proven principle....For it is to our benefit that an individual who is struck again and again from a certain source will, at length, hypnotically believe anything he is told by the source of the blows.... Only when a person has been beaten, punished, and mercilessly hammered can hypnotism on him be guaranteed in its effectiveness. The psychopolitical dupe is a well-trained individual who serves in complete obedience to the psychopolitical operative....
The cleverness of our attack in the field of psychopolitics is adequate to avoid the understanding of the layman and the usual stupid official, and by operating entirely under the banner of authority, with the oft-repeated statement that the principles of psychotherapy are too devious for common understanding an entire revolution can be affected....
In rearranging loyalties we must have command of their values. In the animal the first loyalty is to himself. This is destroyed by demonstrating errors in him ... The second loyalty is to his family unit.... This is destroyed...by lessening the value of marriage, by making an easiness of divorce and by raising the children whenever possible by the State. The next loyalty is to his friends and local environment. This is destroyed by lowering his trust and bringing about reportings upon him allegedly by his fellows or the town or village authorities. The next is to the State and this, for the purposes of Communism is the only loyalty, which should exist...
The field of the mind must be sufficiently dominated by the psychopolitical operative, so that wherever tenets of the mind are taught they will be hypnotically received.
The tenets of rugged individualism, personal determinism, self-will, imagination, and personal creativeness are alike in the masses antipathetic to the good of the Greater State. These willful and unaligned are no more than illnesses which will bring about disaffection, disunity, and at length the collapse of the group to which the individual is attached. The constitution of man lends itself easily and thoroughly to certain and positive regulation from without of all of its functions, including those of thinkingness, obedience, and loyalty, and these things must be controlled if the greater State is to ensue. The end thoroughly justifies the means.
I find this passage very telling;
In the animal the first loyalty is to himself. This is destroyed by demonstrating errors in him ... The second loyalty is to his family unit.... This is destroyed...by lessening the value of marriage, by making an easiness of divorce and by raising the children whenever possible by the State. The next loyalty is to his friends and local environment. This is destroyed by lowering his trust and bringing about reportings upon him allegedly by his fellows or the town or village authorities. The next is to the State and this, for the purposes of Communism is the only loyalty, which should exist...
Hubbard obviously understood the basic psychology of man and how to manipulate him. I remarked in another thread how a person can be controlled through keeping them in a constant state of emergancy. The above documents proves this was Hubbard intention and demonstrates all the other aspects of his 'tech' which are designed to keep his victims slaving away for his own betterment.
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Post by funkmr » Tue Feb 07, 2006 11:17 pm

It is apalling that we can be in possession of a literal smoking gun and this crminal organization can not be brought down for what it is. This one document fully fleshes out the true purpose of the C of $ and this document ALONE should be able to bring the organization to its long deserved end. It's ridiculous. My 2 cents.
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Post by Ltricha1 » Tue Feb 07, 2006 11:18 pm

Do as I am, forwarding this to my state and federal politicians. That is what we pay them for.
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Post by Digger » Tue Feb 07, 2006 11:25 pm

Maybe many just can't believe this,anyway here it is:

"MASTERS AND MINIONS"

Regarding “tech delivery�, Flag - up to this day - functions as the senior technical org from where the tech is monitored internationally. Organizationally, there is “International Management� (“Int�) in Los Angeles from where seven top executives are calling the shots. “Int� runs scientology orgs worldwide by direct orders given through telex machines. Their common objective is “to get the stats up�. (“Stats� is short for statistics.) The stats for the week are counted each Thursday at 2pm. This means high-pressure time for all staff. It means pushing students through courses no matter whether they have grasped the materials or not, squeezing the last possible auditing hour out of each auditor and pc in sight, “regging� (the registrar selling services) more money than the week before etc. Even a single “Dianetics� paperback sold literally in the last minute to the odd passer-by on the street would save the neck of some hard-struggling staff member. If need be, he would even buy the book himself! - Who ever’s stats aren’t up by Thursday 2pm is in for trouble: in addition to his 70 hour week he has to put in overtime to make up the damage.

It’s a high pressure system based on fear and slave labor. The euphemistic motto is: “high purpose low pay�. The material existence of most staff looks like it: long hours in exchange for mere pocket money. This demonstrates how well the indoctrination machine works.

There are two types of staff. Contracted staff go on time contracts of two-and-a-half or five years. Sea Org recruits sign a billion year contract. Of course it is purely symbolic and has no legal value, but it is taken as seriously as any blood oath in the tribal days of pagan Europe. The benefit of staff getting the “bridge� for free or at least at half price (depending on the auditing level) is a reason for many to join staff. Which is not to say that they get very far with it. Once a staff member is “recruited�, he is trained for his post, be it in the “technical division� (auditing and training) or in an administrative division. When he has finished studying for his post, when his stats are up, when he can make some hours in his day to get sessions, and when just at those hours there is an auditor free for him (the paying public always has priority), then and only then may one staff member or the other, in the course of some years, make it up to Clear. When he is lucky. Not many of them are.

The Sea Org, after it moved on land, became a harbor for anyone who didn’t quite know what to do with himself and his life. Sea Org recruits, over the years, became increasingly younger. The paying public certainly couldn’t be labeled by the term “youth cult� but the Sea Org staff well deserves this name. Although the Sea Org has been on land since 1977, men and women alike still have naval ranks and walk around in blue uniforms and white captain’s hats. In the seventies and eighties, the SO staff member lived crammed into dark quarters, for example in the cellar near the ventilation ducts, in the otherwise not lettable rooms of cheapest boardinghouses, or in a dormitory shared with at least as many people as would be considered bearable in a refugee camp. He had about four square meters to his name. He got up early, worked all day, came home late and only in order to sleep. (Which is why four square meters were all he needed). He worked six and a half or seven days a week depending on how his stats were last Thursday. His pay was likely to not exceed 15 Dollars a week for many months in a row. Parents had an hour or two “family time� per day; children grew up rough as wild ponies in internally run kindergartens (if available), their ears full with Sea Org jargon and four letter swear words. (It was considered becoming to swear, for gentlemen and ladies alike.)

International Management is assisted in its tasks by a number of administrative networks: the Commodore Messenger Org, the LRH Communicators network, the Flag Representative network, the Watchdog Committee, the Religious Technology Center, the Guardian’s Office, etc. Some of these networks are established on a purely international level, others reach down to continental, national and city org levels.

The “tech orgs� must make money, make money, make money. In an “admin. org� whose target it is to make the technical orgs make money, the jingle is slightly different: make them make money, make them make money, etc. etc..

All money for the weekly overheads and staff pay has to be made each week in a new unit of time, by the auditors and course supervisors alone. Auditing and training (apart from book sales) are the only income making activities in a scientology organization. Yet when one looks at the overall ratio between admin. staff and tech staff one finds it to be something to the order of 17:1! One auditor or supervisor must feed seventeen admin. staff members - of his own and of other (admin.) orgs. Small wonder staff pay is low.

What step would such a waterlogged mammoth naturally take to preserve its survival? Raise the prices, of course. And so it happened. Starting in 1976 and continuing for a good ten years, the prices went up by 5% per month. (In England 10%.) It was started by Hubbard himself as the prices at the time needed adjusting. But Hubbard, in the late 70’s, had already lost his grip on the church. And the prices kept climbing, climbing, climbing. (Even at present they climb occasionally.) And the public? They panicked - and bought on the basis of bank loans. They bought scores of auditing hours in advance and dozens of courses, just to beat the price rise.

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Post by mr_bad » Tue Feb 07, 2006 11:40 pm

That's interesting

Ltricha1 wrote:
a person can be controlled through keeping them in a constant state of emergancy
I noticed they slowed down there IAS tours. They had a IAS tour coming through about once a month a fews years back. It was always about 5 people sitting in a room being asked to fork over $20k. There was always something happening in France or Germany or something that was a threat to $cientology's survival. Money needed to be raised to buy ad space, send out way to happiness booklets, etc... They usually managed to raise about $7k, which wasn't too bad, I thought. And, nothing ever happened as a result---no media coverage at all---nothing.

But, then I noticed the church bought a $10 million mansion for Tubbard's return, and the IAS tours finally made sense.

I wonder who's living in it while they're waiting for Tubbard to come back?

Anyone care to take a guess?
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Post by Ltricha1 » Wed Feb 08, 2006 1:33 pm

Digger,
You missed the point completely. The document "The Brainwashing Manual" was penned by L. Ron Hubbard in 1955. (Read Messiah or Madman?).

In it he discusses Disconnection, Fair Game, Suppressives, the Eight Dynamics, Low Pay (keeps the members hungry) and Long Work Hours (Keeps the members tired). He also discusses the use of making the individual wrong.

It is all there in black and white and proves Hubbard's mindset long before he put those systems into place.

This is his "Mein Kamph".
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Post by Antique Hoax » Wed Feb 08, 2006 2:06 pm

It's just totally unbelievable, Hubbard was so bold. I go through phases of thinking, ...he put together Dianetics, it took off like a wild-fire, ...and he climbed on-board and rode it straight to Hell.

Then I see this kind of crap he wrote showing he had a plan all along, ...the bastard knew from his stage hypnotist days how the mind could be controlled. It appears he was determined to find a way to hypnotize the entire M F'ing world!

He was an ambitious bastard. I think at his peak he really thought he could take over the whole world. I don't guess it is that much of a different goal than Hitler had. Big difference is Hitler was going to do using force, Hubbard was going to do it on the sly.

1955 sounds around the time Hubbard was trying to sell his methods of "brain-washing" to the military, bragging he could "brain-wash" someone in fifteen minutes I believe it was.

DAYUM I wish someone would hurry and get the gonads to make a feature film on the "The L Ron Hubbard Story".
Or I guess a more marketable title..."A Piece of Blue Sky".

...that's what we need. What a movie it could be!!

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Post by Digger » Wed Feb 08, 2006 2:15 pm

Lticha1,I don't know who the author is.

Can be Soviet Union chief of the secret police, Lavrenti Beria (1899-1953).?

Or is Lafayette Ronald Hubbard (1911-1986)?

Or those two were friends?

Maybe was K.G.B. and C.I.A involved?

L. Ron Hubbard, Kenneth Goff, and the "Brain-Washing Manual" of 1955

http://www.cesnur.org/2005/brainwash_13.htm

The Brainwashing Manual

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The book "Soviet Military Strategy" was not written by Ralph de Toledano, as Hubbard erroneously stated, if his grammar is correct, but by Marshal Vasily D. Sokolovsky. There actually was such a book "smuggled" out of the Soviet Union, but what Mr. de Toledano failed to mention was the book was written in English, not Russian. It was never meant to be read by Russians, but by Americans. It was an example of Soviet disinformation whose purpose was to help incite hysteria in the USA. In this sense both Hubbard and de Toledano, while pretending to fight communism, were dupes of N. Krushchev, who officially led the Soviet Union.
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In the 1950s, Scientology's Brainwashing Manual had been easily assimilated by this market of agitated nationalists. "Soviet Military Strategy" was Russian disinformation which purported to be official Soviet military strategy. Its purpose to mislead the "enemy," namely the American people who gave their support to the US government. Hubbard's Brainwashing Manual was Scientology disinformation, which purported to be a manual for Soviet psychological warfare. It combined a fear that already existed in the collective mind of Americans about Communist Soviet Russia with a fear for the "psychs," who Hubbard considered to be his enemy. On a strictly business level, psychiatrists and psychologists helped keep Hubbard from asserting a monopoly in the field of mental welfare. Hubbard used his literary skill to combine these two fears together in the word "psychopolitics". Hubbard also sought to exploit his enemy, the psychs, who had accused him of "brainwashing." He would use the lead they gave him and turn it around to give the public the impression that Scientology cured, not caused, brainwashing. Hubbard feigned self-confusion as he related that The Brainwashing Manual was supposed to be an English version of the German translation of Russian text.

The brainwashing manual which came into our possession so mysteriously is being released, not with any intent to unmock psychiatry, but as a necessary piece of information for auditors who are confronted with the problems of brainwashing. Some of these cases are now turning up, and unless the basic philosophy of the brainwasher is understood, they are more difficult to handle. [...]

Some of the mystery concerning the manuscript on brainwashing which came into our hands in Phoenix was resolved when it was discovered that a book called Psychopolitics (spelled with a K) is in the Library of Congress. It is in German. It was written by a man named Paul Fadkeller, and was published in Berlin in 1947. Although I may be misinformed, and I definitely do not read German, this book is probably the Russian translation.

-- HCO Operational Bulletin No. 8,
December 13, 1955

In an "insider" taped lecture which mentions the Brainwashing Manual, Hubbard later told staff that if one ever wanted to disclaim authorship of a text, all one had to do was to surreptitiously slip it under the front door of the org. Then one could honestly claim that it had been found slipped under the front door.

Journalists quickly saw through Hubbard's pretention, and "The Brainwashing Manual" was subsequently "recalled" by the Church of Scientology. Hubbard performed the "recall" in a manner so as to lead people to believe that he was engaged in secret government work. Despite the supposed recall, the book was still made available.

It is the friendly opinion of the government that the pamphlet giving forth the basic materials of brainwashing be circulated only amongst very trusted personnel in the organization and that it be withheld from general public release. You understand that this is not an official order on the part of the government, but the government appears to be very well satisfied with us and is only afraid, I suppose, of the commotion which would be caused by the broad and general release of the brain-washing booklet.

-- HCO Operational Bulletin No. 12,
January 10, 1956

In HCO Information Letter of November 24, 1963, "ESSENTIAL INFORMATION EVERY SCIENTOLOGIST SHOULD KNOW," Hubbard's office published a redefinition of "rightist" as one who believes in rights. This was to counteract Scientology's right wing political affiliations:

To correct certain misconceptions held by newspapers and areas of the public, the following information is released to assist Scientologists in correcting such ideas:

[...]

THE POLITICS OF SCIENTOLOGY

... [Scientology's] politics easily become those of freedom. In these days of huge bureaucracies a line of thought designated "Rightist" is growing up.

A rightist is defined "as one who believes in limiting bureaucracies and in the rights of the individual." Therefore Scientology whether it will or no gets classed as a "Rightist movement". It is listed in directories in the U.S. as one of the first 17 Rightist Movements of the U.S.

Almost makes being a "rightist" movement sound like an honor.
For a more detailed analysis on Hubbard's view of the master race, read Creed Pearson's "L Ron Hubbard – The Racist", "How I Became Like a Nazi and How I Ceased to be One" at http://www.lermanet.com/creed-pearson/index6.htm. The following is a sample of Hubbard's view of Black Africans. This may help explain how Hubbard came up with the derogatory term "cleared cannibal," which, like "wog," has not yet been completely purged from Scientology texts.

From PAB No. 119, 1st December 1957, "The Big Auditing Problem"

L Ron Hubbard:

"The South African native is probably the one impossible person to train in the entire world--he is probably impossible by any human standard."
"I'll give you an example."
"A South African native is being shown how to sow crops and he has a basket, and he's got some seed, and he's walking along back of the harrow disc--and he is supposed to throw seed out this way, seed out that way, seed out that way, seed out this way."
"A white man is riding a little tractor that's pulling the disc and scraping the soil for seed."
"And this scene was enacted and was witnessed and was told to me with considerable hilarity as some kind of learning rate."
"The white man was sitting on the little tractor pulling the harrow,"
"the native along behind him, sowing the seed straight down in handfuls on the ground. The white man got off the tractor, came back to the native, took the basket away from him, put his hand in the basket, threw it to the right, put his hand in the basket, threw it to the left, and gave it back to the native."
"And the native waited, the white man got on the tractor, drove along, and the native took a handful out of the basket and threw it straight on the ground."
"So the white man got off the tractor, came back, took the basket away from the native, showed the native, throw it to the right, throw it to the left, gave it back to the native, took him [sic] seat again on the tractor, the native followed along behind, took handsful and threw it straight on the ground!"
"And this went on for a very long time."
"The native never did throw any handsful of seed to the right and left."
"Never did."
"That is farming in South Africa."

In more recent research, Lermanet staff has found a February 22, 2005 link between the Stormfront White Nationalist Community forum at stormfront.org and what appears to be the web pages of past President of Scientology Germany Sepp Hasslberger at http://www.newmediaexplorer.org/sepp/epidemics.htm. This was as of November 11, 2005. (For Stormfront: although some of the Scientologists' material may seem sensible, see the details of what happened with Willis Carto and the IHR at http://www.lermanet.com/cisar/carto/index.htm.) As of December, 2005, Hasslberger's anti-psych propaganda is also linked to from a Scientology/CCHR related page, http://www.psychsearch.net/links.html.

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Post by Ltricha1 » Wed Feb 08, 2006 3:30 pm

From Messiah or Madman? wrote:
...After hearing Elena's story, I began searching through Hubbard's writings and other Church (and Church-sponsored) publications with the purpose of gaining a greater understanding of what he was really doing on the flagship (and, to a slightly lesser extent, in his land based organizations).
I came across a little known but very revealing text: "The Brainwashing Manual."
A little research brought to light that it had first appeared in 1955. The propaganda line on it (originating from Hubbard) was that it was found on the doorstep. Some concerned somebody had "slipped it under the door of a Scientology org."
It consisted, according to the manual's foreword, of a transcribed lecture by the dreaded Beria, head of Stalin's Secret Police, given to students of psychopolitics at Leningrad University around 1950. Thereafter it was used as a textbook on how to wage psychological warfare on Western democracies. This psychological assault was to be followed by an eventual takeover of the West. This takeover would be achieved by first taking over the psychiatric professions, and the psychiatric and mental health organizations. Supposedly, this step was already well under way.
The message was that psychiatry is solely a commie operation. Hubbard had long wanted control of the field of "mental health," and anything he could do to spoil the image of a competitor (in this case psychiatry) was a worthwhile action. (The manual was later actually being distributed by such groups as the John Birch Society who believed wrongly that it was indeed a transcribed lecture by Beria.)
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Dad wrote every word of it. Barbara Bryan and my wife typed the manuscript off his dictation. And then we took it up to New York and tried to get them to do a program on it with Charles Collingwood at CBS. Dad also tried to sell it to the FBI. Years later they snuck it into the Library of Congress, and somebody else came by and said, "Oh lookee, it was found in the Library of Congress!" which is a lot of baloney.
Of course, in the book Hubbard plugs Dianetics by having "Beria" mention Dianetics as a key target of "Russian psychopolitics." "Beria" calls Dianetics a threat to "his" program of implementing "Russian" psychopolitical brainwashing techniques to undermine the West. The psychopolitical operative should also spare no expense in smashing out of existence, by whatever means, any actual healing group, such as that of acupuncture in China, such as Christian Science and Dianetics in the United States; such as Catholicism in Italy and Spain; and the practical psychology groups of England.
If you want to see how LRH really worked things org-wise, especially from the mid-sixties on, you just have to read the brainwashing manual.
John Sanborne, who had been the editor of Hubbard's books since the early fifties, was there in 1955 at the manual's inception:
I suggested it. Just kidding around on his front porch. Slygo Avenue in Silver Springs, Maryland. Talking about how are we going to get these psychiatrists. I said, "What we need to do is take over their subject. What we need to put out is a manual of psych-military something or other...as coming from the communists and then put a lot of psychiatry in it."
And we're sitting there, with our chairs tipped back on the front porch, tipped against the house, with our feet up on the railing, and all of a sudden he came down on his chair and he grabs me.
And I thought, "I've had it!"
And he said, "That's it!"
Then he disappeared into the little front room which was sort of a bedroom and study, and you could hear him in there dictating this book. The brainwashing techniques revealed in the manual reflect a startling similarity with the control mechanisms so apparent on the flagship and in Scientology orgs. However, having been out of print for well over twenty years, its existence is unknown to most Scientologists. ...
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Post by tom_ » Wed Feb 08, 2006 3:55 pm

Great thread Ltricha. And super pics and narrative Arnie.

Last October, I met Bent Corydon
in California. We chatted for about a half hour. What a delightful person -- charming, upbeat, great sense of humor, and a musical New Zealand accent. I asked him if I could mail him my
old tattered copy of M or M to have him sign it as the author. He replied "Absolutely Tom, I'd love to."

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P.S. I still chuckle at the "rightist" definitions by Hubtoad.

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Post by Blue Streak » Thu Feb 09, 2006 11:47 am

It is ironic though unsurprising that here, perhaps halfway between the whole world and a Bluebird motor-home, and in one of the very few instances where we see L Ron Hubbard speaking in his own voice, that he should attempt so keenly to disavow authorship.

We see him spelling out the truth of his own intent, whilst deflecting the responsibility for that onto the group he sought to villify as the source of all untruth and evil.

That's a pretty dangerous game he played and lost there, it seems to me.

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Post by Ltricha1 » Mon Feb 13, 2006 4:58 pm

Blue,
Yes Hubbard died afraid of everyone. He had lied, tricked, and tried to destroy almost everyone who had ever trusted him, even his third wife. I am sure he rationalized it all, but he ended up a prisoner in his own home.
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Post by Ltricha1 » Mon Feb 13, 2006 5:06 pm

Just found this,
Should have found it eariler but I have been busy.
http://www.maths.qmw.ac.uk/~ade/brain-manual.html
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Post by mr_bad » Mon Feb 13, 2006 5:17 pm

This is an amazing thread. It's hard to imagine how sick Tubbard's mind was, and everyday I learn something new and more evil. It seems like there is no end.
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