In this morning's comments:
In this morning's comments:
We'll see if he posts my latest comment above.Samuel | October 25, 2010 at 7:18 am | ReplySarge, the “LRH Biography” is unfolding for everyone to see – Wonderful!. Anyone having been around the block for a while knows from the “old days” that “LRH stories” were a MUST at events – told simply, no hype, not polished – simply real, the way you tell it. Keep ‘em coming as so many comments before mine already say. It’s wonderful. It’s totally OK with me if you write very, very, very long “stories”– on this blog you have a very large audience, much larger than some other ‘events’ not appropriate here to mention as it might be considered bad taste
Samuel | October 25, 2010 at 8:10 am | Reply
As an afterthought: at corporate c of m events “LRH stories” are treated as almost “confidential”, handed out sparsely and almost without context so as not to get a proper picture of the whole – just another way, really, of saying, Sarge and other old-old timers, please continue …
Alanzo | October 25, 2010 at 2:14 pm | Reply
Over on the Ex-Scientologist Message Board, there are lots of people like DartsMohen, Mystic (Gordon Bell), the late Alan Walter, and many others who have told lots of first hand stories about LRH and the development of the tech.
Some of the original members of the Sea Project are there, staff members and students from Saint Hill, some of the original crew from the Apollo, Mission Into Time, and of course many of the staff and crew when Ron developed OT 3 and many other OT levels are all there.
There are even 1 or 2 who were in Phoenix with Ron in the early 50′s, who did the Hubbard Professional Course with him there.
There are lots of first hand stories to be heard on L Ron Hubbard.
So come on over to ESMB.
It’s what all the cool kids are doing!
martyrathbun09 | October 25, 2010 at 2:27 pm | Reply
Mostly by folk with monstrous self-importance buttons, from the motivatorish, small-minded viewpoints of those who wanted to be the man, but couldn’t be the man, cause they weren’t the man. That is why I say you all are really DM supporters by a another name. He hates LRH as much as you all do. Try posting a simple, factual day-in-the-life story about Hubbard that doesn’t have some sinister slant there and get run out of town in a New York minute. Alanzo, I suggest you watch the Larry King interview with John Stewart, with particular emphasis on his view of what has happened with US media and its fixation for feeding the public with personal outpoints about people. People like you act “open minded”, but in fact are part of a cult. The cult destroys any idea or observation that doesn’t coincide with the pack mentality. Acknowledged by you, as evidenced in your last line with exclamation point.
Alanzo | October 25, 2010 at 2:45 pm | Reply
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These are people who have worked directly with LRH, each at different times and places, spanning decades. The stories are not ALL negative. Some of them are quite complimentary and insightful.
The level of detail provides a very good picture of the man. And the stories also fill in lots of detail on the development of the tech and policy in Scientology and they clarify many many things that Miscavige has hidden or altered over the years.
Do you really think that your generalities and blanket condemnations are going to fool people who can think for themselves?
My invitation stands. Independent Scientologists can think for themselves. They do not need you generalizing people in an attempt to tell them what they can read and what they can not read on the Internet.
Don’t you think they had enough of that with Miscavige?