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Discussion in 'Evaluating and Criticising Scientology' started by Pooks, Oct 22, 2007.
I didn't know how to quote something and then post my thoughts outside of the quote. The quote above reminds me of what Lawrence Wright said in his book Going Clear Scientology, Hollywood & the Prison of Belief. Stephen Pfauth (Sarge) a Vietnam vet who had gotten into Scientology in 1975 was Hubbard's security detail and was the founder on Hubbard's Creston ranch in his final days with Pat and Annie Broeker. He said Hubbard told him that he (Hubbard) failed. All the work and everything, he'd failed. Six weeks before Hubbard died he told Sarge he was dropping his body. He named a specific star he was going to circle. That rehabs a being. He told Sarge he had failed and he was leaving and was not coming back to Earth.