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Post by caroline » Mon Oct 17, 2011 3:45 am

Hubbard's infamous letter to Helen O'brien re: the religion angle:
Hubbard wrote:(1953)
APRIL 10

DEAR HELEN

RE CLINIC, HAS

The arrangements that have been made seem a good temporary measure. On a longer look, however, something more equitable will have to be organized. I am not quite sure what we would call the place - probably not a clinic - but I am sure that it ought to be a company, independent of the HAS but fed by the HAS.

The auditor arrangements of 40% are out of line in view of what is going to be happening. The HAS will be paying for lights, quarters, stenography, reception, furniture and janitor service. These will be found to come rather high in a clinic that really starts to run if the clinic is going to be any credit to anybody. Further, it is from the HAS main line that the preclears will be coming and those preclears and the clinic revenue, now that we aren't going to try to make too much off books, are all that will support the HAS. I didn't go to all the work I went to on HAS and other things to forget that my own revenue has to be a lot better than it has been in the past. As it is right now and as it cannot continue to be I am running an awful lot of show personally on no money. If you think Detroit would occur or continue to be if I had a couple thousand, think again - newspapers are for sale in any direction, not just to the AMA. And I can't even support a press agent! All this adds up to is that a lot of expenses should be on the routine list that can't be and a lot of things that are done are paid for by my abstaining from a new overcoat. And this directly concerns such things as the clinic.

I do not in the least object to an auditor working for $200 a week, his rent and recption paid for and his preclears procured. Beyond that it gets silly. Even $200 a week is pretty silly. If I were there I'd be getting paid by somebody to work in the joint as an auditor for it means his future reputation and his current training. At most I would pay $125 a week and put two auditors on every case - current procedure here.

The preclears come in by the dozens through that mail. If we didn't have a clinic set up we'd have to watch that mail line of because of this fact. We should anyway. In Phoenix we gave them to field auditors. If we were to run there the United States Central Processing Office or whatever, we'd be able to count on ten to fifteen preclears per week at $500 for 24 hours of processing. That's real money. I have seen it happen before. We'd get more preclears at $850 per week's intensive. Charge enough and we'd be swamped. We need that money. We should not long plan to have it siphoned away. The HAS is the cause of that inflow and it is granting the favor in providing preclears and income. From that income I would like to see go into a general fund for general operating expenses from here - press, communications, stenos - at least $2,500 per month. If I had that much to operate with you couldn't see over the amount of business we'd get or the number of dead bodies piled up before trial. You get the idea. But it takes money, lots of it. The clinic, as I see it, is the most eligible bet to provide that money. For one reason, 24 hours of processing now is 500 old style. I have here a short, quick package, carefully saved. I can raise the dead, which is, of course what I mean when I say "dead bodies piled up." Resurrection would so influence public opinion.

We don't want a clinic. We want one in operation but not in name. Perhaps we could call it a Spiritual Guidance Center. Think up its name, will you. And we could put in nice desks and our boys in neat blue with diplomas on the walls and 1. knock psychotherapy into history and 2. make enough money to shine up my operating scope and 3. keep the HAS solvent. It is a problem of practical business.

I await your reaction on the religion angle. In my opinion, we couldn't get worse public opinion than we have had or have less customers with what we've got to sell. A religious charter would be necessary in Pennsylvania or NJ to make it stick. But I sure could make it stick. We're treating the present time beingness, psychotherapy treats the past and the brain. And brother, that's religion, not mental science.

Glad you are using my typewriter. I make you a clear gift of it. It's a nice little mill. I have a ten pound Olivetti here, got it from Italy, the world's tiniest but it typrs like a well greased dream.

I am writing THIS IS SCIENTOLOGY. I couldn't make it by the issue you now have.

I have wired you to the effect that the type is okay you're using in view of the price. All that is really wrong is the type masthead. Makes it look old-fashioned. Get another masthead drawn. Nice and black and simple. Also, use another type face for the headline under it. Didn't know prices could be so wide. Looks like we make it a 12 page edition every time at that price. I could review in it everything we've got to keep hold of as knowledge and do all the axioms for it as well. Then we could make the axioms into a book.

Boy, are these new ones easy to teach and work. I sent Noyga one. There are about three. Clears. Hell, I never saw so many so fast. Case V, easier than Case I! When the problem cracked, it really cracked wide open.

You'll have the most recent tapes soon. One batch has already gone to you. We're in, O'Brien -

Best regards,

Ron

This document in pdf (image) format. Also here.
This document was an exhibit to Gerry Armstrong's declaration of March 19, 1986, filed in Tonya Burden v. Scientology.
INTELLIGENCE SPECIALIST TRAINING ROUTINE – TR L
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Commands: Part l “Tell me a lie”.

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Re: [WWP] Scientology Religiosity? (Research Packets & Dox)

Post by AnonLover » Mon Oct 24, 2011 12:50 am

Scientology Religiosity? Research Volume I:
Updated 2nd edition (version v1.22Oct2011) released


Scribd: http://www.scribd.com/doc/65916147/Scie ... y-Volume-I

Fileshare: http://www.mediafire.com/?onu4di1ef3bzmls

Compilation Changes:
Section v1.01 expanded and majorly reorganized. Subsections 007 & 016 added, 003 materials replaced, 009 extended and Volume Summary adjusted accordingly.

Document Description:
Scientology Religiosity? Vol I - God, Heaven, Hell & The Hope of Mankind :: This volume of the Scientology Religiosity? publication series has been compiled to serve as the introductory module for a larger body of materials, and covers some of the basic principles of Scientology when viewed from the perspective of being classified as a new religious movement. The enclosed subject matter reveals the teachings of L. Ron Hubbard and other promotional material from the Church of Scientology on common aspects of “salvation” that is adhered to by the more traditional faiths.

Usage Notes:
The online scribd version clobbers some of the hyperlinks in the front & back matter sections, and lacks the advantage of the bookmarks pane setup for ease of navigation in a PDF reader. So the downloaded version in your local PDF reader is strongly recommended for serious use as a study/reference guide.

Next up... The Materials Index for this project will be updated soonly, for logging all the stuff recently gathered & initial release of Volume II following shortly thereafter.

Meanwhile, there's been other work-in-progress stuff brewing on the WWP project thread starting here:
http://forums.whyweprotest.net/threads/ ... st-1921226

Plus Related Advance Mag leaks trickled forth, starting here:
http://forums.whyweprotest.net/threads/ ... st-1922014

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Re: [WWP] Scientology Religiosity? (Research Packets & Dox)

Post by AnonLover » Tue Oct 25, 2011 2:56 pm

I'm nearly back on track after derailing to split up the original Volume 2 materials & inserting the newly redefined Volume 3 into the series gameplan. Latest greatest stuff, now updated here:

Scientology Religiosity? Materials Index

From the latest change log comment:
Scientology Religiosity? series outline updated w/ latest project status on Oct25. Volumes 2 & 3 under Topical Index expanded, refined and nearly finalized. Other misc. updates logged under various Catalog sections.
Initial release of Volume II should be coming this weekend, I just need find a suitable closing segment and then I can begin the tedious process of setting up & spinning the next major PDF.

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Post by AnonLover » Fri Nov 04, 2011 8:16 pm

^^Additional refinement on the Materials Index has been updated on Scribd a few times since my last post. (See the changelog notes I post in the document's comments every time I update it)

Crossposting my latest project news & points of pondering from wwp: http://forums.whyweprotest.net/threads/ ... st-1940840 ...

Scientology Religiosity? Volume II :: Judeo-Christian, Semitic, Persian & Islamic Beliefs is underway.

Initial prepress setups is now done, and the first run of raw content generation gave me 187 total pages to groom & refine into a thing of beauty.

But I haz a question for fellow researchfag & leakhorder peeps. From Dr. Kent's classic essay that I've excerpted for my opening segment in this volume...

The Creation of 'Religious' Scientology
(Pub'd in Religious Studies and Theology 18 No. 2 (December 1999): 97-126)

The endnotes list these two items that have sparked my interest:
Kent cited wrote: ——. 1953a. "Associate Newsletter" (April 23); Pp. 312-314 in Hubbard, 1976, I.
——. 1953b. "Associate Newsletter." (April 28). Pp. 315-318 in Hubbard, 1976, I.
I don't recall ever seeing a copy/leak of these "Associate Newsletter" dox. Can anybody point me towards the fulltext version somewhere?

Or better yet - hook me up with a copy please? (Hit me on PMs or via email for confidential leaker relay)

TIA!

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Post by Sponge » Sun Nov 06, 2011 11:06 pm

caroline wrote:^ISN 16 © 2001 CSI.

Here's an interesting forum exchange with Bill Patterson, author of Robert A. Heinlein: In Dialogue with his century re: Hubbard, Heinlein and the religion angle:
On NexusForum, RobertPearson wrote:...Here is the text that I quoted from the original AOL page. Perhaps someone will recognize it:
Heinlein kept in touch with his friends. L. Ron Hubbard was stationed in the Pacific, but toward the end of the war he wound up in Philadelphia and was a participant in Heinlein's think tank.

(...)

Also in 1950, Campbell began publishing the series of Dianetics articles by Heinlein's close friend, L. Ron Hubbard, after they had been rejected by the Journal of the American Medical Association. While writing the Old Doc Methuselah stories, and after serving as a magickal assistant for one of Aleister Crowley's most promising American disciples, Jack Parsons, in The Babalon Working, Hubbard developed a "new" theory of the mind based on his observations (and, some say, secret doctrines of Crowley's Ordo Templi Orientalis, or "O.T.O.") rather than on psychiatric theory. Hubbard's "Dianetics" was to be a "scientific" replacement for the pre-scientific Freud. Dianetics monitoring, using a psionic device called the E-meter (psionics devices -- machines that interacted directly with the mind -- were Campbell's new passion in the 1950's), became something of a fad in the science fiction community, but Hubbard was running into stiff resistance from the convention-minded medical community, who were inclined to become nasty about Dianetics monitors practicing medicine without a license. Heinlein had told Hubbard in conversations in Philadelphia during World War II that a religion could successfully front anything in the U.S.

Hubbard followed Heinlein's now ten-year old advice, abandoning Dianetics. The Founding Church of Scientology opened in January 1955 in Washington D.C. and in New York. Heinlein's advice to Hubbard had allowed him completely to bypass the medical opposition; for the next fifteen years, Hubbard's principal bêtes noirs would be the Internal Revenue Service (but Heinlein was right: the IRS was never able to prove Scientology a fake religion under U.S. law, and they eventually gave up after being defeated in decision after decision).
BillPatterson wrote:Yes, that's the original version of the biographical sketch published in the Heinlein Journal no. 5. It was online briefly, but replaced with a condensed version, at my request.
Some more related references in this article which can be cited:

SPACE HISTORY: Magic guides rocket propulsion development
Alamogordo Daily News
By Michael Shinabery, New Mexico Museum of Space History
Posted: 11/05/2011
http://www.alamogordonews.com/ci_19274854
Editor's note: This is part two of a two-part story. Michael Shinabery is an education specialist and humanities scholar with the New Mexico Museum of Space History. Email him at michael.shinabery@state.nm.us.

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Post by AnonLover » Mon Nov 14, 2011 12:57 am

Scientology Religiosity? Volume II:
Judeo-Christian, Semitic, Persian & Islamic Beliefs


Image

On Scribd: http://www.scribd.com/doc/72603383/Scie ... -Volume-II

Fileshare: http://www.mediafire.com/?uj83kz44gl2ylx4

Quotations only: https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B9hwLo ... JkMjdmMjAz
Scientology Religiosity? Volume II Summary wrote: This volume of the Scientology Religiosity? publication series has been compiled as the second introductory module in a larger body of materials, for additional review of basic points of comparison between Scientology principles of faith and the common beliefs of other major religions. The enclosed subject matter explores the teachings of L. Ron Hubbard and the Church of Scientology beyond the topical realm of “salvation” that was previously covered in Volume I: God, Heaven, Hell & The Hope of Mankind and highlights the following aspects of this NRM system of beliefs:
  • The early formation of a belief system for “religious counseling practices,”
  • The universal struggle of good versus evil,
  • Knowing the difference between right and wrong,
  • Defining acquired states of spirituality as the path to immortality, and
  • The application of Hubbard’s new age philosophy for improving the world.
Sections v2.01.001 through v2.01.004 provides a primer on how L. Ron Hubbard initially redefined his theory of Dianetics into the religion of Scientology. Subsection 005 lays out a side-by-side comparison of Scientology doctrines and spokesperson statements regarding their beliefs and practices, in relation to relevant scriptures of the Christian bible. Continuing on, subsection 006 provides a close-up look at the mandated Scientology practice of disseminating their beliefs in accordance with their religious policies.

Sections v2.01.007 through v2.01.011 portrays a further look at how common Judeo-Christian beliefs are reinterpreted, and how spirituality is defined with an emphasis on reaching achievement statuses to the more advanced adherents pursuing the Scientology “Bridge” at the upper levels. This is expanded upon further in sections v2.01.012 through v2.01.019 as it applies to Scientology faith-based views on good versus evil and one’s ability for recognizing the difference between right and wrong.

The concluding sections v2.01.020 through v2.01.024 wraps up the introductory points of comparison between Scientology and other major religions covered in the first two volumes of this series. This material presents a telling glimpse of the applied practice of Hubbard’s new age philosophy, while showing how the Church of Scientology organization attempts to target the outside world for proselytizing increased usage of their alternative counseling techniques. Additionally, some of the repercussions from the totalistic discipline towards self-development that have become known in recent years are briefly covered in the closing segment.

Proper citations for all the source materials reprinted within this publication for educational purposes are indexed in the back matter under the “List of Scientology Illustrations” section. Additional recommended references for each subsection of the v2.01 materials is also included under the “Further Reading” section for a progressive continuation of studies on the topics covered herein.

The extended collection of Scientology Religiosity? publications and supporting works is available online at: http://www.scribd.com/collections/30847 ... eligiosity
Sidenotes: This 2nd volume was much bigger than the 1st volume (just over 200pgs). So my apologies for those who were waiting on it for various sekrit uses... it took me a lot longer than expected. Next up - a 3rd edition of Volume I with additional recently leaked material (that will make the sizes comparable), followed by Volume III that's already 75-80% done.

Special Thanks to Caroline, for all her help in pulling so much useful stuff out of the hamper! :)

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Re: [WWP] Scientology Religiosity? (Research Packets & Dox)

Post by caroline » Mon Nov 14, 2011 3:21 am

Prost, AnonLover! :proud:
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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Post by AnonLover » Mon Nov 14, 2011 7:20 pm

crossposting the latest chatter from the WWP active projects thread related to stuff I'm currently looking for to use in future volumes:
http://forums.whyweprotest.net/threads/ ... 988/page-3
1) Title: SCIENTOLOGY - THERAPEUTIC CULT TO RELIGIOUS SECT
Author(s): WALLIS R
Source: SOCIOLOGY-THE JOURNAL OF THE BRITISH SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION Volume: 9 Issue: 1 (1975) Pages: 89-100
DOI: 10.1177/003803857500900105
http://soc.sagepub.com/content/9/1/89.abstract
juicy tidbit i seen pass thru recent VV comments that has sparked my interests:
http://blogs.villagevoice.com/runninsca ... -357002638

Ron on VV said:
The "Sunday Service" is a big scam in Scientology. They advertise it, but don't actually have it unless some pigeon shows up. Then they stall while gathering random people from the org to be "parishioners", and dressing someone up as a "reverend" in accordance with the policy called "The Minister's Mock-Up" based on the "religious image check sheet". It's all part of the facade Scientology uses to maintain its religious cloaking.
--

DO WANT these so-called "The Minister's Mock-Up" based on the "religious image check sheet" dox. Can somebody point me in the right direction to grab up this stuff (or share a copy ITT) for future use? TIA!
if anyone gots any of the above stuff, feel free to contact me privately for confidential leakage relay.

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Post by AnonLover » Tue Nov 15, 2011 5:13 pm

The classic Roy Wallis paper I was seeking, has been found:

Scientology: Therapeutic Cult to Religious Sect
http://www.scribd.com/doc/72795883/Scie ... ect-Wallis
http://www.mediafire.com/?1o7ged4ccd4p8am

The latest greatest materials index / project outline is also online as of late last night, and reflects the aftermath updates from initial release of Volume II in my Scientology Religiosity? series:

http://www.scribd.com/doc/57784121/Scie ... ials-Index
Change Log comment wrote:Scientology Religiosity? series outline updated w/ latest project status on Nov15. Comparative Resource Catalog updated for Vol2 initial release. Vols 1-3 & 6 updated under Topical Index for newly gathered materials w/ related changes listed under the Magazine & Doctrinal Sources Catalog sections.

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Post by AnonLover » Fri Nov 18, 2011 5:16 am

With all the time i had this week while being left hanging by the SPTimes (psssfffttt), I got an updated Volume 1 re-rolled to make the perfect matched set with Volume 2.

Scientology Religiosity? Volume I

Alternate Fileshare: http://www.mediafire.com/?3snddmka0it979u

From the latest changelog comment...
Scientology Religiosity? Research Volume I: Updated 3rd edition (version v1.18Nov2011) released. Additional material added & formatting touchups applied to better compliment the initial release version of Vol2 in both size and subject matter. New content included under v1.01 subsections 002, 006, and 015.
Newly added stuffers include excerpts from the juicy OSA WINNING newsletters, recent Advance Mags, and New Student Hat leakage.

Enjoy! Coming soonly - Volume III.

The full set of publications and supporting dox here: Scientology Religiosity? Collection

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Post by Sponge » Sun Nov 20, 2011 6:01 pm

Is this relevant to your interests?......
An article from the Christian Post in the media section:
viewtopic.php?f=11&t=43213

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Post by AnonLover » Sun Nov 20, 2011 7:05 pm

Sponge wrote:Is this relevant to your interests?......
An article from the Christian Post in the media section:
viewtopic.php?f=11&t=43213
YES!!! And I'm still doing my happy dances over on WWP!!!!

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Post by Sponge » Mon Nov 21, 2011 4:21 pm

I don't know if this is too vaguely related to be of any interest but here's something in an article on some sort of Australian sprituality survey which mentions scientology in passing, with regard to celebrities:
http://www.theage.com.au/national/spiri ... 1nr11.html
[photo]

Australians don't like religions with celebrity endorsements, which the Church of Scientology has a swathe of

[...]


The obstacle that annoys Australians most is the celebrity endorsements of religion so common in the United States - 70 per cent said they were repelled by it, questioning the motives behind it. Claims of miraculous stories (58 per cent) also repelled non-believers.

[...more in article...]
Not sure if there is anything more in the actual report that is useful, but here's the link:
Olive Tree Media - AUSTRALIAN COMMUNITIES REPORT
http://olivetreemedia.com.au/the-apolog ... eries.aspx

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Post by Sponge » Wed Nov 30, 2011 11:48 pm

Saw this on the feeds earlier:

Cult Or Religion?
By Richard Zwolinski, LMHC, CASAC
http://blogs.psychcentral.com/therapy-s ... -religion/

[Richard Zwolinski, LMHC, CASAC is the author of Therapy Revolution: Find Help, Get Better, and Move On Without Wasting Time or Money
and is an internationally licensed psychotherapist and addiction specialist with over 25 years experience as well as a consultant
to organizations and companies in the fields of mental health and addiction.]

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Post by Sponge » Thu Dec 01, 2011 10:51 pm

Don’t drink the Kool-Aid
By Kristin Hugo
December 1st, 2011
http://sundial.csun.edu/2011/12/dont-dr ... -kool-aid/

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