"A Nazi like
Scientology's Campaign against critical books
Hubbard and Hitler
Hubbard and Hitler
RAPE OF THE MIND
by Joost A. M. Meerloo
Why Scientology callsits critics "Nazi's"
Hubbard's Son Nibs:"he thought of himself as the Beast 666 incarnate."
Transcript of Lecture: "the same individual that transmitted the various Magick tech to Adolf Hitler as a young man also transmitted them to Dad.
"...and when Crowleydied in 1947 my father then decided that he should wear the cloak of the beast; and become the most powerful being in the universe."
1982 CommissionHearings: "Your father wanted you to steal an H-bomb? Yeah. He wanted me to"
Charles Manson and Scientology - There was an E-meter at the SPahn Ranch
Ex-Scientologist Jon Atack's Hubbard and the Occult
Hubbard and Black Magick
Readers Clarification of the relationship between OTO and Hubbard et al.
Jeff JacobsenHubbard and Aleister Crowley
New York Post
Scientology, Satanic Link?
Clearwater Sun Witness: Hubbard used Black Magick
By Craig Branch, The Watchman Expositor
Life as a Satanist Propelled Rocketeer
From the Los Angeles Times
Case Documents - Jack Parson's sued L Ron Hubbard
More Information on Hubbard/Scientology similarity to Hitler
Scientologists claiming to be nazi's in prior lifetimes
Video Charlie Chaplin spoofs Hitler - Notice the same keywords used in the false promises of L Ron Hubbard..
Scientology's renovation of Historic Buildings - another public relations tactic of the Third Reich - LINK
The Character of Fascism (for comparison to Scientology)
Hubbard Youth -Clearwater Sun Judge says: "tactics used by Hubbard and his helpers are grimly reminiscent of the ranting and bullying of Hitler and his henchmen"
Jury convicts Hubbard of fraud in US
Hubbard convicted of Fraud in France - Catholic Sentinel
Beliefnet chatboardacting as frontgroup for Scientology
To Ex-Scientology Staff members: Why you never got that promotion
Why did Hubbard continue to publish Science Fiction after Scientology?
Battlefield Earth - Why it's worse than you think
Psychiatric Evaluation of Hubbard's Admissions
The Mind Behind the Religion
Chapter One of The Scientology Story Series by the Los Angeles Times
Tribute to Anonymous
Time Magazine - The Thriving Cult of Greed and Power
Readers Digest - Scientology - The Sickness Spreads
Pulitzer Prize Winning newspaper series - St. Petersburg Times
Richard Leiby's articles on Scientology
Help for Scientologists
Resources & Related Links
How to Get Involved
Scientology's Gulags - A contemporary report -The RPF Insider Series
Crowley and Hubbard on Xenu.net
The Times, UK
Knopp, an expert on World War II history, said in an interview with Bild newspaper: "Tom Cruise's manner calls to mind Goebbels."
The video above from a german documentary, "Missing in Happy Valley" and serves as an excellent introduction to this page about Scientology's roots.
"The same individual that transmitted the various Magick tech to Adolf Hitler as a young man also transmitted them to Dad. And like Dad, Hitler, when he came to power, promptly had his teachers and the occult field in general wiped out."
"Justice Latey said that the tactics used by Hubbard and his helpers are "grimly reminiscent of the ranting and bullying of Hitler and his henchmen"."She said doctors told her, her husband was suffering from a mental ailment "known as paranoid schizophrenia."
--Wife Sara Northrup Hubbard - Article HERE
Russian Law expressly states that Scientology is a dangerous cult. For instance, the Order no.254 of Russian Health Ministry directly prohibits promotion and use of Scientology and Dianetics methods. The official "Handbook of destructive religious cults" also states that CoS is the "Destructive cult of satanic orientation" LINK
"[The court record is] replete with evidence [that Scientology] is nothing in reality but a vast enterprise to extract the maximum amount of money from its adepts by pseudo scientific theories... and to exercise a kind of blackmail against persons who do not wish to continue with their sect.... The organization clearly is schizophrenic and paranoid, and this bizarre combination seems to be a reflection of its founder, L.Ron Hubbard."
--Judge Breckenridge, Los Angeles Superior Court
Adolf Hitler was also classed as a 'paranoid schizophrenic.' See this one classified, 1943 OSS evaluation of Hitler, go to page 26 HERE.
Hubbard had fondness for the number 8 and used it extensively in scientology, as in Hubbard's books named Technique 88, Scientology 8-80, and one called 8-8008. There are also 8 dynamics, and the their gradation chart of awareness, is set up on 8s too, there are 8 levels to "Clear" and then 8 levels to OT8..now jump back to the 1930's, Hitler's SS - SS is the closest approximation in letters to 88. Note the colors and feeling of the Scientology Management logo below from their own pages.Long before Hitler's SS gained power over the German government, to keep from getting into trouble for saying, "Heil Hitler" in their correspondences, they would sign them 88, because "H" is the 8th letter of the alphabet, hence 88 became the secret signature, at the end of letters sent my supporters and members of the Nazi Party, for
It has always been the writers contention that Hitler is the greatest hypnotist of our day" G. H. Estabrooks
So was L Ron Hubbard LINK
Scientology and the Occult
"The magical cults of the 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th centuries in the Middle East were fascinating. The only modern work that has anything to do with them is a trifle wild in spots, but is a fascinating work in itself, and that's the work of Aleister Crowley - the late Aleister Crowley - my very good friend."In 1950, L Ron Hubbard wrote the book "Dianetics, the Modern Science of Mental Health." In 1952, the term "Scientology" was introduced. Corporate status was received by Scientology in 1954 in California. Since that time, "Scientology" has been repeatedly questioned for it's bogus claims of medical healing and unexplained deaths.
Dianetics and Scientology founder L Ron Hubbard's personal references as a"war hero," or "nuclear physicist," are just a few of Scientology's false claims to recruit the unknowing.
Scientology didn't begin "acting" like, or operating as a "church" until 1969, when they were engaged in litigation with the FDA. Hubbard began issuing policies to members such as in Hubbard Communication Policy Letter of 12 February 1969:
"All Orgs are now Churches; Stationary is to reflect fact that orgs are churches; All public literature must state that Scn is religious." It also states, "This may or may not be publically acceptable. This is NOT the point. It is a requisite defense."Hubbard Organization Executive Course,Members carried "crossed out crosses" into their establishments and were told to wear ministerial collars. "Alternative mental health and medicine" was now "healing." L Ron Hubbard avoided the exposure of the fraudulent medical practices of "Scientology" by becoming a so-called "church."
Many of the methods and ideology that Hubbard used in Scientology are taken from other sources. The mixture of using different teachings has long been associated to include the occult, since it is a known fact that L Ron Hubbard was familiar with the writings of "black magician," Aleister Crowley's work since Hubbard was a teen.
Crowley, a self-declared "beast" and "anti-Christ," once headed the British "Ordo Templi Orientis," (OTO) branch, and established those teachings in the United States in 1916, during World War I in Europe. Crowley's OTO teachings of magick included the Golden Dawn and that of Thelemic Law.
Influences of Aleister Crowley are found in Scientology "technology," or teaching materials - including L Ron Hubbard's own admission that he was the "anti-Christ." Aleister Crowley died in 1947. But in 1969, the same year that Scientology donned the crosses and minister's garb, was the same time that the "Thoth Tarot Card Deck" was published and sold, (a product produced years before, by Aleister Crowley with artist Lady Frieda Harris, (deceased in 1962.) This was the same year that L Ron Hubbard directed members to bring in the crossed out cross and wear minister's clothing.
Another well known fact of L Ron Hubbard's association with Aleister Crowley and the teachings of magick was his relationship with John Whiteside Parsons. In 1941, Parsons joined the California-based Agape lodge of Aleister Crowley's Ordo Templi Orientis, (OTO.)
"He, (emphasis-Parsons) considered that Ron had great magical potential and took the risk of breaking his solemn oath of secrecy to acquaint Ron with some of the O.T.O. rituals.... Nevertheless, Parsons clearly remained convinced that Ron possessed exceptional powers....Parsons wrote to his 'Most Beloved Father' (emphasis - his term for Aleister Crowley) to acquaint him with events: 'About three months ago I met Captain L. Ron Hubbard.... Although he has no formal training in Magick, he has an extraordinary amount of experience and understanding in the field. From some of his experiences I deduced that he is in direct touch with some higher intelligence, possibly his Guardian Angel. 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 is the most Thelemic person I have ever met and is in complete accord with our own principles."
Timeline of L Ron Hubbard with Aleister Crowley
From "Jack Parsons and the Fall of Babylon" by Paul Rydeen
Oct 12, 1875 - Aleister Crowley Born in England
L Ron Hubbard moved in with Jack Parsons, where they began the practice of the occult and sexual magick. Parsons' mistress, Sara Northrup, left him for Hubbard and later became Hubbard's second wife, even before Hubbard had divorced his first wife.
The most well known and documented story of Hubbard's relationship with Jack Parsons, is that of the Invocation of the Goddess, Babalon," which they performed in the "Babalon Working" ritual along with "Scarlet Woman," Marjorie Cameron. The goal of this ritual was to produce a satanic"Moonchild."
The only other reference to a 'moonchild ceremony' being performed is byAdolf Hitler:
"From page 24 of Gods and Beasts - the Nazi's and the Occult by Dusty Sklar Pretzsche had introduced Hitler to consciousness-expanding drugs, as well as to astrological and alchemical symbolism. Hitler told Stein that Pretzsche had been present whenList tried to materialize "the Incubus" in a ritual designed to create a "Moon Child." "...About 1912, disciples of Lanz and Liststarted the Germanen Orden under the leadership of a member of List's Armanen, a journalist named Philipp Stauff, and several others. [ Ed.Comment: The German Orden later evolved into the Nationalist Socialist Party or Nazi Party recruiting Hitler as their 'Fuhrer']Both being influenced by the ritual's and teachings of Aleister Crowley, Parson's acknowledged that Crowley's "Book of Thoth" was in Hubbard's possession at the time of this ritual. The "Book of Thoth Tarot Card Deck" also holds some symbolism and influence that Hubbard used and vocalized in teachings to Scientology members. Hubbard conveniently used "redefinition of words" to change meanings to cover the sources he was to use from.
...Parsons put in hand the ritual preparations as indicated in the text. Again in his own words:Significantly, this symbol is used in Aleister Crowley's "THE FOOL" Tarot Card in ways that reflect the Golden Dawn Teachings. There is also visible a faint S after 'The Fool' on the card above which looks much like the typeface used for the S in Scientology...
"In his 1952 lectures, Hubbard also referred to the Tarot cards, saying that they were not simply a system of divination but a "philosophical machine". He gave particular mention to the Fool card, saying "The Fool of course is the wisest of all. The Fool who goes down the road with the alligators barking at his heels, and the dogs yapping at him, blindfolded on his way, he knows all there is to know and does nothing about it ... nothing could touch him" (030)."
Aleister Crowley's "Magick in Theory and Practice" states:
"The whole and sole object of all true magickal training is to become free from every kind of limitation....
(Bent Corydon, Messiah or Madman, p. 48).
L Ron Hubbard says, in a 1952 taped Scientology lecture:
"Our whole activity tends to make an individual completely independent of any limitation...'" (Ibid.)"
"There are interesting similarities between Crowley's writings and the teachings of Hubbard. Dianetics' Time Track, in which every incident in a person's life is chronologically recorded in full in the mind, is quite similar to Crowley's Magical Memory. The Magical Memory is developed over time until "memories of childhood reawaken" (5) which were previously forgotten, and memories of previous incarnations are recalled as well. Hubbard gives examples in the Philadelphia Doctorate Course of several people remembering lives earlier on earth, some up to a million years ago. The similarity between the Magical Memory and Time Track, then, is that they both can recall every past incident in a person's life, they both can recall incidents from past lives, and they both must be developed by certain techniques in order to make use of them."From essay of Jeff Jacobsen,Hubbard and Aleister Crowley
"... The one super-secret sentence that Scientology is built on is: 'Do as thou wilt. That is the whole of the law.' It also comes from the black magic, from Aleister Crowley. It means that you are a law unto yourself, that you are above the law, that you create your own law. You are above any other human considerations."
Quote of L Ron Hubbard, Jr.
"I've made the Magick really work," he (Hubbard, Sr.) says. "No more foolish rituals. I've stripped the Magick to basics -- access without liability."
Quote to son, L Ron Hubbard, Jr.
"Sex by will," he says. "Love by will -- no caring and no sharing -- no feelings. None. Love reversed. Love isn't sex. Love is no good; puts you at effect. Sex is the route to power. Scarlet women! They are the secret to the doorway. Use and consume. Feast. Drink the power through them. Waste and discard them."
Quote to son, L Ron Hubbard Jr.
" These cults, from those connected with George Ivanovitch, Gurdjieff, Madame Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, and Rudolf Steiner to their present reincarnations, shared certain features: an authoritarian obedience to a charismatic and Messianic leader; secrecy; loyalty to the group above all other ties, a belief in supernatural possibilities open to members only, a belief in reincarnation; initiation into superhuman sources of power; literal acceptance of the myth of ancient " "giants" or supermen who handed down an oral tradition to a chosen people and who were guiding us now; and, in uncommon cases, Satanic practices." "The Nazi's and the Occult 1977, by Dusty Sklar"
....and from Chapter 5: "Riffraff into Supermen"
"The nationalist socialists derived power from one source: ...a fanaticalautohypnosis which convinced disciples, succumbing to the totalitarian discipline in the promise of reaching transcendent reality, that they were the new men the age was waiting for.. ..that they were endowed with a secret energy which would enable them to take over germany and the world. If they were properly prepared, mysteries would be revealed to them which would give them Satanic powers.." from Gods and Beasts - The Nazi's and the Occult, by Dusty Sklar (c) 1977 isbn 0-690-01232-2
Webmaster Comment: Those familiar with Scientology will recognize how similar the promises made to entice would be members into the National Socialists were to what Hubbard promises it's own members...L Ron Hubbard says that people are all "THETANS" - if you say SATAN with a lisp it comes out THETAN
L Ron Hubbard's son said, in his 1983 interview with Penthouse Magazine:
"L Ron Hubbard Jr ( Ron DeWolf ): I believed in Satanism. There was no other religion in the house! Scientology and black magic. What a lot of people don't realize is that Scientology is black magic that is just spread out over a long time period. To perform black magic generally takes a few hours or, at most, a few weeks. But in Scientology it's stretched out over a lifetime, and so you don't see it. Black magic is the inner core of Scientology --and it is probably the only part of Scientology that really works. Also, you've got to realize that my father did not worship Satan. He thought he was Satan. He was one with Satan."
Related reading - The Rainbow Swaztika - written by an Israeli housewife
A Note on the CST Logo
click the image for more about CSTI learned from an ex member, Pixie, on ESMB chatboard that was into tarot and card readings that the diamond on a regular deck of cards is the equivalent of the "Coin" representing money in the Tarot deck, hence the CST logo visible from space is a "Here's where I hid the loot" marker for the returning reborn L Ron Hubbard"
In a book called Mission into Time, A Test of Whole Track Recall Hubbard went to considerable lengths wasting everyone's time and taking the Apollo all over the Mediterranean to dig holes in the sand.. looking for the LOOT that he buried last lifetime, and he could not find it..
Perhaps he decided that he was not going to make THAT same mistake again?
Hence the CST double diamond logo visible from near earth orbit...
THERE"S WHERE I HID THE LOOT!
Coming from a guy that was almost hit by a freight train on venus, it makes perfect sense to me.
"I knew a former top leader in the "OTO" organization that was re-designed by Crowley in the early 20th century. 'Jim' told me that Hubbard was actually an 'ultra-thelemist'. Thelema being the main philosopy propounded by Crowley that basically is usually interpreted as finding your true purpose or 'true will' in life, and when you do that, you have a source of inexhaustible power. The ultra thelemist believes anything he has the will to do gives him the right to do it, and the right to destroy anyone who crosses him. Sound like anyone we know?" posted by Rmack LINK
lundi 5 mai 2014