The Anatomy of a LRH Apologist: Steve Hall of Scientology-cult.com

Veda

Sponsor
I understand that the book "What to Audit", named later "A History of Man" consisted of incidents from teen-aged Nibs - as the sole pc on whom this "research" was done - going "whole track" while on the meter with Ron and Mary Sue, while high on Benzedrine.

Where did I read that?

According to Nibs, under his father's influence, and the influence of the amphetamines that his father had given him, he made a significant contribution to the content of 'History of Man', but much of it was off the top of his father's head, and a small amount was from others, who, conveniently suggestable, were told some of their distant past (trillions of years) by Hubbard Sr., and then asked to see if they could come up with anything else.

Hubbard Sr. threw it together and presented us "thetans" with the "cold blooded and factual account of [our] last sixty trillions years."
 

Zinjifar

Silver Meritorious Sponsor
According to Nibs, under his father's influence, and the influence of the amphetamines that his father had given him, he made a significant contribution to the content of 'History of Man', but much of it was off the top of his father's head, and a small amount was from others, who, conveniently suggestable, were told some of their distant past (trillions of years) by Hubbard Sr., and then asked to see if they could come up with anything else.

Hubbard Sr. threw it together and presented us "thetans" with the "cold blooded and factual account of [our] last sixty trillions years."

So, what's your point? Per Scientology theory, Scientology is 'knowing how to know', and, if you *know*, then what you know is cold blooded and factual. And, if it's 'true for you' it's *true*.

So, either Scientology works or it doesn't. If it does, what you describe is perfectly acceptable 'research'. If it *doesn't*, it's all bullshit anyway, so, why quibble at 'History of Man'?

Zinj
 

Alanzo

Bardo Tulpa
So, what's your point? Per Scientology theory, Scientology is 'knowing how to know', and, if you *know*, then what you know is cold blooded and factual. And, if it's 'true for you' it's *true*.

So, either Scientology works or it doesn't. If it does, what you describe is perfectly acceptable 'research'. If it *doesn't*, it's all bullshit anyway, so, why quibble at 'History of Man'?

Zinj

I see that you finally got yourself into the org and got on course, Z.

Good for you. :thumbsup:
 
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