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Marty Rathbun said:.....
However, after completing that final scientology level himself Hubbard went back to chasing down more of what he apparently found to be an endless hoard of demonic, parasitic personalities that he continued to harbor. Frustrated, he attempted to finally rid himself of the demons in one fell swoop and kill himself in the bargain through the application of electric shock. He dismally failed in the assisted attempt on his own life.
Here's a post on ESMB:
More on ESMB:
From the last chapter of Memoirs of a Scientology Warrior:
Reading the three links pretty much tells the story, like it or not.
So in other words Hubbard was batshit crazy and by believing in BTs he drove himself mad to the point of wanting to kill himself. Even the supreme OT hisself couldn't get rid of all his BTs. Wow! Just wow!
Exactly..... as already reported 16 years ago, on September 5, 1998 :
In truth, David Miscavige was not the only one who knew that LRH was an old man past his prime, with no real "new ideas" or "brilliant revelations" for quite some time. All he (= El con Hubbard) could do was say the same thing, over and over:
"There are more BTs! Many more than people realize!"Hubbard really was a bit senile at the end there - his brain pretty well fried by a wide range of drugs which he used for his "research" --