Maximus Ultimus Mostimus
but one thing about hitler and hubbard's work i've mused upon...
the first known use of the word "" occurs in germany in 1934
as if perhaps it were an egg laid by some infernal entity passed through from infernal gates loosened by the assent the auslander...
Anastasius Nordenholz (1862 - 1953) is the author of Scientologie, Wissenschaft von der Beschaffenheit und der Tauglichkeit des Wissens (Scientology, Science of the Constitution and Usefulness of Knowledge) written in 1933.
I saw a book with a reference to a "Scientologie" in a 1925 German book.
And then there is Allen Upward https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allen_Upward who AFAIK coined the word circa 1901 although his book wasn't published until about ten years later.
IMO, it's a word that represents a valid idea, a science of sciences, and historically the Germans have been all over this kind of thing. Although the horror resulting from Hubbard's organistion is a scary outcome/comment on mans acting on his "scientific certainties" in the humanities.