Narconon Created From Core Sacred Scientology Scriptures


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Narconon executives and staff vehemently deny that their drug rehab centers are in fact Scientology religious doctrines and practices. They insist Narconon is secular, not religious in any way whatsoever. Many observers beg to differ.

In one of Scientology’s own revealing documents, L. Ron Hubbard defines well, that Narconon is indeed Scientology indoctrination centers.


“We are not concerned with handling bodies with the [NARCONON] Purification Rundown. Our concern is freeing the individual up spiritually. The only dosages recommended are those classified as food. There are no medical recommendations or claims for it. The only claim is future spiritual improvement.”


Perhaps L. Ron Hubbard's Grandson, Jamie DeWolf, explains it well to TV's Cenk Uygur, stating: “I think it’s one of the most brilliant and devious systematic brainwashing systems that’s ever been invented.”

Many thanks to Dave Touretzky, for his relentless Narconon expose over many years that led me to the document referred to in this article RE:

"This is deliberately obscure and misleading. What are "The Technical Bulletins"? Surprise: the full name of this volume is "The Technical Bulletins of Dianetics and Scientology". So Megan Shields and her colleagues were testing a "method" that was taken directly from Scientology's core body of sacred scripture!"


Add to that the fact that the reason Narconon has a tax exempt status is because it fell under the aegis of Scientology organizations per the IRS agreement.

The Anabaptist Jacques