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  1. Blown for Good: Behind the Iron Curtain of Scientology by Marc Headley, 2010
  2. Scientology - Abuse At the Top by Amy Scobee, 2010-05-09
  3. Scientology: The Fundamentals of Thought (English) by L. Ron Hubbard, 2007-11-01
  4. What Is Scientology? by L. Ron Hubbard, 1993-10-01
  5. Scientology: A New Slant on Life (English) by L. Ron Hubbard, 2007-11-01
  6. Blown for Good Behind the Iron Curtain of Scientology by Marc Headley, 2009-11-05
  7. Scientology 0-8: The Book of Basics by L. Ron Hubbard, 2007-01
  8. The Scientology Handbook by Church of Scientology, 1994-12
  9. Scientology 8-80: The Discovery and Increase of Life Energy in the Genus Homo Sapiens by L. Ron Hubbard, 2007-01
  10. Hollywood, Satanism, Scientology, And Suicide by Jerry Staton, 2009-02-03

1. Scientology Effective Solutions
Informational brochure series in PDF format about the scientology religion and its activities.
Other Scientology Topics L. Ron Hubbard Contact Us Resources Is it possible to solve today's problems? Introduction: Is it possible to solve today's problems? What is Scientology? The scope of the Scientology religion A description of the Scientology religion ... What do Scientologists say about Scientology
Scientology effective solutions
Information about the Scientology religion and its activities The aims of Scientology are: "A civilization without insanity, without criminals and without war, where the able can prosper and honest beings can have rights, and where man is free to rise to greater heights." The application of Scientology technology , developed by L. Ron Hubbard , can resolve the major social issues we face in the 21 st Century, including

2. Scientology, What Is It? - A Reference From The Church Of Scientology
scientology, a comprehensive reference on the religion and how it helps people live a better life. Find out for yourself and get your questions answered on scientology.
SCIENTOLOGY VOLUNTEER MINISTERS Need help? We are ready to help you resolve problems in all areas. You can count on a Scientology Volunteer Minister to help you do something about it. Want to learn to help others? Call us at 1-800 HELP 4-YU.
SCIENTOLOGY HELPING STUDENTS TO STUDY The Technology of Study , by L. Ron Hubbard.
FREEING SOCIETY FROM DRUGS Scientology churches and their members are committed to handling the drug problem. The technology developed by L. Ron Hubbard to handle the life ruining effects of drugs is used in churches of Scientology and many secular programs around the world.
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What is Scientology?
Presented by
The Church of Scientology International Based on the works of L. Ron Hubbard
he full body of knowledge that comprises the Scientology religion L. Ron Hubbard , the source and founder of Scientology. That public interest in Scientology is mounting rapidly is undeniable. This volume was first compiled in 1992 to fill the demand for a concise reference on

3. Church Of Scientology - The Foundation For Religious Freedom
A brief description of the history and beliefs of the Church of scientology and its founder.
Scientology, one of the genuinely new religions to originate in the United States in the twentieth century, was founded by L. Ron Hubbard (1911-1986). The Church of Scientology believes "that Man is basically good, that he is seeking to survive, [and] that his survival depends on himself and upon his fellows and his attainment of brotherhood with the universe" (from Church of Scientology's statement of beliefs). Hubbard's extensive writings and taped lectures constitute the beliefs and the basis for the religion's practices. The aims of Scientology are "A civilization without insanity, without criminals and without war, where the able can prosper and honest beings can have rights, and where man is free to rise to greater heights." L. Ron Hubbard grew up mostly in Montana, but also lived in Nebraska; Seattle, Washington; and Washington, DC . As a child he read extensively, and by the age of twelve was studying the theories of Freud. As a teenager Hubbard traveled throughout Asia and the East, continuing his studies of philosophy, religion, and human nature. In 1929 he returned to the United States and in 1930 enrolled in George Washington University, studying mathematics, engineering, and nuclear physics. Hubbard wanted to answer the basic questions relating to the human being's nature, and decided to do further research on his own. To finance this, he began a literary career in the early 1930s, publishing numerous stories and screen plays in various genres, including adventure, mystery, and science fiction. Hubbard continued his travels and then served in the United States Navy during World War II. He was injured during the war, and used some of his own theories concerning the human mind to assist in his healing.

4. Official Church Of Scientology: L. Ron Hubbard, Dianetics, What Is Scientology?,
The full body of knowledge that comprises the scientology religion is contained in more than forty million spoken and written words on the subject—all by L. Ron Hubbard, the
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5. Scientology: News & Videos About Scientology -
Tom Cruise has been riding a train of goodwill and good press since his recent performance as foulmouthed producer Les Grossman on the MTV Movie Awards.

6. Scientologi: En Nutidig Religions Teologi Og Praksis
Generel info om religionen Scientologi.
En opslagsbog fremlagt af den Internationale Scientologi Kirke
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7. Scientology - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
scientology is a body of beliefs and related practices created by L. Ron Hubbard (1911–1986), starting in 1952, as a successor to his earlier selfhelp system, Dianetics
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Not to be confused with Religious Science Christian Science , or Epistemology Scientology
The Scientology Symbol is composed of the letter S that stands for Scientology and the ARC and KRC triangles , two important concepts in Scientology Formation Type Religious / Commercial Headquarters Church of Scientology International, Los Angeles, California , USA Chairman of Religious Technology Center David Miscavige Website Scientology is a body of beliefs and related practices created by L. Ron Hubbard (1911–1986), starting in 1952, as a successor to his earlier self-help system, Dianetics Hubbard characterized Scientology as a religion , and in 1953 incorporated the Church of Scientology in Camden New Jersey Scientology teaches that people are immortal spiritual beings who have forgotten their true nature. Its method of spiritual rehabilitation is a type of counseling known as auditing , in which practitioners aim to consciously re-experience painful or traumatic events in their past in order to free themselves of their limiting effects. Study materials and auditing courses are made available to members in return for specified donations.

8. Urban Dictionary: Scientology
See sham, fraud, fake, or any word adjacent to those. Basically its a falsetto 'religion' in which eternal happiness is attained by donating all of

9. Church Of Scientology (L. Ron Hubbard) OTiii
About scientology from a Christian perspective. Argues that scientology and Christianity are mutually exclusive, despite what the Church of scientology may say on the topic.
L. Ron Hubbard, founder The Church Of Scientology
"If you aint got money... you cant get their religion"
From broke science fiction writer to founder of Scientology!
Scientology Legal Harassment Tactics: Judges legal condemnation of Scientology
Hubbard's Educational credentials exposed!

Harassment letter from a Scientology "Reverend"

After 23 years: ex OT-7 Michael Pattinson Speaks out!
MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY Scientology will cost you $380,000 to be a member! While all other world religions offer "salvation" to everyone without paying a cent, Scientology is only attained with LARGE amounts of money. " If you aint got money... you cant get their religion
Once rich, but still famous Scientology members!

"make a million dollars: start a religion" Hubbard
Theology of Scientology: Christianity and Scientology comparison chart Hear Hubbard say: "there was no Christ"
Scientology and the Occult

Did Hubbard think he was the Devil
Scientology's Gnostic roots Dictionary of weird Scientology terms! ... What Christians Need to Know about Scientology Just search the net, not hard to find! Is Scientology a Religion?

10. Operation Clambake - The Inner Secrets Of Scientology
The Church of scientology is a cult that destroys people, so it needs to be exposed. To back up this strong claim I need to collect some of their secret literature. Read it and
- in respect and honour to all victims, and those who dare to stand up for them -
INTRODUCTION Message Board Guestbook Latest OC News How To Support ... WHAT IS GOING ON NOW?
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  • NEW BOOK: Counterfeit Dreams NEW!
    One man's journey into and out of the world of Scientology.
  • NEW VIDEO: BBC Panorama - The Secrets of Scientology
    This is a very disturbing video documentary for the BBC programme Panorama, by reporter John Sweeney, that was broadcast on 28 September 2010.
  • Mike Rinder Speaks Out - Part 1 Part 2
    Mike Rinder talks publicly for the first time after he came out of the Church of Scientology. Broadcasted July 22 2010 on Channel Seven's Today Tonight programme
  • NEW BOOK: My Billion Year Contract
  • NEW BOOK: Scientology - Abuse at the Top
    Amy Scobee tells the eye-opening account of her 27 years inside the Church from innocence at age 14 to her nightmarish experiences in the highest management body at Scientology's secret International Headquarters.

11. Operation Clambake Presents: What Is Scientology?
There are cults out there that need to be exposed, because they destroy people. The Church of scientology is such a cult, to back up this strong claim I need to collect some of
Operation Clambake presents: What is Scientology? Norsk introduksjon
tilgjengelig her.

In the late 1940s, pulp writer L. Ron Hubbard declared: "Writing for a penny a word is ridiculous. If a man really wants to make a million dollars, the best way would be to start his own religion" Reader's Digest reprint, May 1980, p.1 Hubbard later created the Church of Scientology... Based on a text by ex-Scientologist Roland Rashleigh-Berry. Roland wrote: "This is my personal opinion. I grant permission to anyone to reproduce this material. This description has been tailored to people who have never been Scientologists and seek a simple and short explanation as to what it is and why it is surrounded by controversy."
In a Nutshell
The Church of Scientology is a vicious and dangerous cult that masquerades as a religion. Its purpose is to make money. It practices a variety of mind-control techniques on people lured into its midst to gain control over their money and their lives. Its aim is to take from them every penny that they have and can ever borrow and to also enslave them to further its wicked ends. It was started in the 1950s by a science fiction writer named L. Ron Hubbard in fulfilment to his declared aim to start a religion to make money. It is an offshoot to a method of psychotherapy he concocted from various sources which he named "Dianetics". Dianetics is a form of regression therapy. It was then further expanded to appear more like a religion in order to enjoy tax benefits. He called it "Scientology".

12. Official Church Of Scientology: L. Ron Hubbard, Dianetics, What Is Scientology?,
Official Site Watch video about the scientology religion, founder L. Ron Hubbard, our Churches, Scientologist beliefs, and how scientology can provide spiritual healing and

13. TheTrueLight.Net - Scientology
A brief history and summary of the beliefs of this religion.
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... Bibliography Mike Shreve was a teacher of yoga at four universities. (The portrait above was drawn by one of his students in 1970.) Then a spiritual rebirth brought him into a real relationship with God and drastically changed his heart, his life and his belief system. Read his story here Mike Shreve Today Visit Mike Shreve's
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In 1952, American author, L. Ron Hubbard founded the Scientology religion. The first Church of Scientology was established by several of Mr. Hubbards students in February of 1954. The main emphasis is on clearing a person of engrams (negative perceptions in the subconscious mind) by a pastoral counseling process called Dianetics (a word meaning through the soul). Fundamentally, the goal of Scientology is to empower an individual to experience a greater understanding of life and to improve himself and the world in which he lives. There are many laws, axioms and techniques that the Scientologist applies to his day-to-day living to achieve this goal. Scientologists believe that truth is a subjective experience, a voyage of self-discovery. Scientology claims to draw wisdom from all the great religions of this world, although its closest spiritual cousin is Buddhism. Select the desired topic from the drop-down box

14. Church Of Scientology - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The Church of scientology is the largest organization devoted to the practice and the promotion of the scientology belief system. The Church of scientology International is the
Church of Scientology
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This is the latest accepted revision accepted on 16 November 2010 Jump to: navigation search Church of Scientology
Scientology building in Los Angeles, California Formation Headquarters Church of Scientology International Location Riverside County California Chairman of Religious Technology Center David Miscavige Website The Church of Scientology is the largest organization devoted to the practice and the promotion of the Scientology belief system . The Church of Scientology International is the Church of Scientology's parent organization, and is responsible for the overall ecclesiastical management, dissemination and propagation of Scientology. Every Church of Scientology is separately incorporated and has its own local board of directors and executives responsible for its own activities and well-being, both corporate and ecclesiastical. The first Scientology church was incorporated in December 1953 in Camden, New Jersey by American science fiction author L. Ron Hubbard

15. Christians - Beware Of Scientology
scientology is in no way compatible with Christianity. It leads you into believing satan's garden of Eden lie that you are a God yourself.

16. Scientology Churches, Missions And Groups
A description of the religion and its founder L. Ron Hubbard.
Scientology Churches, Missions and Groups
In 1954 the first Church of Scientology was founded by Scientologists in Los Angeles, California. This was at the time a grass-roots movement that had exploded in size overnight; organizing as a formal religious body was its natural course. The church has grown considerably from its founding in 1954. Today there are more than 3,200 churches, missions and groups in 154 countries. The churches are organized in a hierarchical manner internationally with the mother church, the Church of Scientology International , in Los Angeles. The smallest organization in Scientology is a group, which is simply a number of Scientologists who meet regularly for purposes of union and study; it might vary in size between five and thirty members. A mission is a group that has been recognized by the mother church, and has facilities to perform regular church services with at least one ordained minister and a small staff. A mission is responsible only for its own parishioners. A church is larger in size; for instance the Boston Church has approximately five thousand members, has been recognized by the mother church, and geographically is responsible for its own parishioners and any missions or group it forms. Each church is autonomous, but tithes are sent to the mother church, and each church in turn receives assistance and direction. In order to facilitate managing an international organization, each continent has a central church of advanced religious studies, training staff persons, and relaying communications.

17. Church Of Scientology And Dianetics Foundation Of Washington D.C.
scientology and Dianetics in Washington D.C. offer a virtual tour and photographs. Learn the history of Dianetics and scientology in the nations capital.
The Founding Church of Scientology
Washington D.C.
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Church of Scientology in Washington, DC
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L. Ron Hubbard's Original House
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18. Scientologi: Opn Et Liv Uden Stoffer
Om scientology og stofmisbrug.
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Dianetik Scientologi effektive lsninger Scientologi Frivillige Hjlpere effektiv hjlp, hvor der er behov for det ... David Miscavige

19. What Scientologists Believe-
Central tenets of scientology, based on the questions in the BeliefO-Matic quiz.
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    Belief in Deity
    Scientology considers the belief in a God or gods as something personal and therefore offers no specific dogma. The nature of the Supreme Being is revealed personally through each individual as s/he becomes more conscious and spiritually aware. There exists a life energy or force (Theta) beyond and within all.
    There are no particular human incarnations of God, as the universal life force (Theta) is inherent in all. All humans are immortal spiritual beings (thetans) capable of realizing a nearly godlike state through Scientology practices.

    20. Scientology (CESNUR)
    Documents and updates on the Church of scientology from CESNUR (Center for Studies on New Religions)
    Documents and Updates from CESNUR
    Testi e documenti a cura del CESNUR
    Buy this book J. Gordon Melton, The Church of Scientology (Signature Books)
    La Chiesa di Scientology (Elledici)
    A book in the CESNUR series
    From the review by Derek H. Davis in "Journal of Church and State" (Vol. 42 n. 4, Autumn 2000): "Gordon Melton needs no introduction. (...) Few scholars understand Scientology better than Melton, and his expertise is evident in this crisp, cogent study of one of the world's fastest growing religions. (...) Scientology emerged in the early 1950s as a movement that found its inspiration in the voluminous writings of L. Ron Hubbard (1911-1986). (...) As Melton describes it, "Scientology has overcome one controversy after another, each of which inhibited growth in one country or the other for a brief period, [but] the overall trend has been one of continuous expansion." (...) Few books pack as much information into so little space. Anyone seeking a brief, insightful, objective, and scholarly summary of Scientology will find this book a valuable resource.
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    The Scientology Critic Group Anonymous: A Research Paper
    , by John Bowen Brown - A paper presented at The 2009 CESNUR Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah CESNUR Library Acquires First British Introduction of Dianetics The Spanish Case about the Church Of Scientology: A Comment Full text (in Spanish) of the decision of October 11, 2007 granting Scientology the right to be registered as a religious entity in Spain

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