"Scientology = survival"

Veda

Sponsor
Perhaps Scientology's #1 control mechanism...


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Once a person has been convinced that his survival and the survival of all Mankind depend upon Scientology, the door is opened to domination by Scientology. Hubbard warned that, without Scientology, a person's destiny was to become a cinder trapped in an agonizing abyss.

In his covertly authored 1955 "Russian" Brainwashing Manual, the "survival mechanism" is mentioned in the context of enforcing hypnotic commands.

From the "Russian" Brainwashing Manual, recognized as the "blueprint" for Scientology - with word substitution in brackets.

"It is pointed out in many early Russian writings that this is a survival mechanism [Scientology's 'Dynamic principle of existence, SURVIVE!' was known as The Will to Live prior to Hubbard.] It has already been well and thoroughly used [as a 'mechanism'] in the survival of [Scientology] Communism."​

Another name for the Manual is the Textbook on Psycho-Politics. Psycho-Politics was defined, on the cover of the Manual, as "the art and science of asserting and maintaining dominion over thoughts and loyalties... through mental healing."

Can you remember when you decided that your survival and well being depended upon Scientology? Can you remember when you realized it didn't?

Can you remember when you realized that Hubbard knew exactly what he was doing when he used "brainwashing" ideas and methods on Scientologists?, and that it wasn't an accident, or a mistake, and that it had been part of his plan all along?

Or are there some of you who still believe that Hubbard had good intentions, wanted to help people, and that something - a planet full of "SPs," and "DBs"? - drove him to make mistakes?
 
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Gib

Crusader
Perhaps Scientology's #1 control mechanism...


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Once a person has been convinced that his survival and the survival of all Mankind depend upon Scientology, the door is opened to domination by Scientology. Hubbard warned that, without Scientology, a person's destiny was to become a cinder trapped in an agonizing abyss.

In his covertly authored 1955 "Russian" Brainwashing Manual, the "survival mechanism" is mentioned in the context of enforcing hypnotic commands.

From the "Russian" Brainwashing Manual, recognized as the "blueprint" for Scientology - with word substitution in brackets.
"It is pointed out in many early Russian writings that this is a survival mechanism [Scientology's 'Dynamic principle of existence, SURVIVE!' was known as The Will to Live prior to Hubbard.] It has already been well and thoroughly used [as a 'mechanism'] in the survival of [Scientology] Communism."​

Another name for the Manual is the Textbook on Psycho-Politics. Psycho-Politics was defined, on the cover of the Manual, as "the art and science of asserting and maintaining dominion over thoughts and loyalties... through mental healing."

Can you remember when you decided that your survival and well being depended upon Scientology? Can you remember when you realized it didn't?

Can you remember when you realized that Hubbard knew exactly what he was doing when he used "brainwashing" ideas and methods on Scientologists?, and that it wasn't an accident, or a mistake, and that it had been part of his plan all along?

Or are there some of you who still believe that Hubbard had good intentions, wanted to help people, and that something - a planet full of "SPs," and "DBs"? - drove him to make mistakes?

Type Writer in the SKY, written by LRH.

Heinlein wrote some things about it, a old story line, where the villain is actually the writer of the story.

Mike de Wolf, a protagonist.
 

Gizmo

Rabble Rouser
Poor Doctor Hubbard, a man caught in an endless shit storm of his own creation. No matter where he went, there he was, stuck with himself.

What a fate, eh ?
 

Churchill

Gold Meritorious Patron
Poor Doctor Hubbard, a man caught in an endless shit storm of his own creation. No matter where he went, there he was, stuck with himself.

What a fate, eh ?

If Hell exists, you can be assured Hubbard is there.

Veda's point about Survival is a good one. The deception of Scientology is that, over a relatively short time, the individual conflates their own survival with the survival of Scientology.

It is a parasitic organization, through and through, as Hubbard designed it, and it cares ONLY about it's own survival.

It is the antithesis of religion.
 
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