KSW KOAN DU JOUR: What is the sound of one
hand clappingcult flapping?
ANSWER: Any sentence, phrase or clause containing the word "planet". (example: "Hundreds of millions of people only hate Scientology because we are winning on this planet!").
If I could give this two little doohickeys, I would. This post would get both a laugh and a winner as I, factually, laughed out loud...for real...reading this.defNEST - noun: 1. A universe dating back to 286 quadrillion years ago, before the discovery of spell-correct. 2. "The NEST universe is more advanced and senior to Scientology's MEST universe." (- HelluvaHoax, from his bestselling book: SciFinetics The Modern Science of Mendacious Hoaxes) . 3. The apostatic acronym for Natter, Entheta, Spoofing & Travesty)
Thanks for your inquiry!Originally Posted by Q&A Artist
Dear HelluvaHoax! You claim to have written a bestselling book called SciFi-netics The Modern Science of Mendacious Hoaxes, but I could not locate it despite numerous and exhaustive internet searches of Amazon and other credible book sellers. What's up with that?
Also, where are you on the Bridge? I recently completed my Life Repair with an Indie Scn auditor who is a highly-qualified tech terminal--who gained extensive auditor experience while posted for 2 weeks as one of Ron's folder pages.
YIPPEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!! 2019 is shaping up just fine!!.
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Thanks for your inquiry!
As far as my own Bridge, I am very pleased to say that I have advanced beyond OT VIII. We will not speculate here on how I was able to rise above the Grade Chart. However, I can tell you it is amazing out here, operating fully exterior to constraints. Stay on your Bridge and I have no doubt I will eventually see you up the line. All good Scientologists, whether COS or Indie, eventually reach this advanced state, that has been described as "... even advanced beyond Scientology!"
Regarding my bestselling book, you may need to broaden your search parameters, because there are actually two (2) bestselling books.
BOOK ONE (SciFi-netics: The Modern Science of Mendacious Hoaxes) written in 1950, the same year Ron Hubbard published the sci-fi book Dianetics, a technology that clears one's mind of all thoughts and thinking itself.BOOK TWO (Sci-Fanatics: The Modern Science of Mountebank Hustlers) written in 1953, the same year Ron Hubbard founded the Church of Scientology, a technology that clears one's conscience after clearing others' bank accounts..
.Posted by Strativarius
About a month ago two disciples from some American religious sect (well, the one that spoke to me had American accent anyway) approached me in the street, and this one said 'May we speak with you, we're from the Children of Nazareth' (or some obscure religious sect or other). Never one to miss an open goal I said 'Well, we've all got our problems,' whereupon they both nodded and looked very solemn and waited for me to unburden myself. Some people wouldn't know sarcasm if it jumped up and bit them on the ass!
Well, that's a very logical point.If you think about it the titanium boxes and all that are just proof positive that Scientology doesn't work. It's a counter postulate to "salvaging this sector". It's unmocking and outcreating the whole enchilada of saving man from the treacherous bank. If it can't do that then it deserves to die in a nuclear fire of pain and amnesia...on this planet.
"LDS scriptures are now available in scores of languages used worldwide by missionaries for the church. Also included in the capsule was a laptop computer and power source, sealed in a stainless steel case and filled with argon gas, as the audience watched, to preserve it for future generations. The computer -- complete with an instruction manual for what will then no doubt be a more technologically advanced audience -- will allow those who open the capsule to play several CD-ROM discs with myriad information about the church, including audio and video clips, digital photos and even a digital copy of Tuesday's ceremonies, held in the Joseph Smith Memorial Building. Church officials do not yet know where the time capsule will be kept."
.posted by TheOriginalBigBlue
Do they really want to go down this road of religious cultural appropriation? Because the ceremony of getting rid of BTs can be called exorcism, IAS donations can be called tithes, statuses can be called indulgences, security checks and committees of evidence become inquisitions, the conditions formulas become self-flagellation, disconnection is shunning, SP declares are excommunication, and people who are injured or die because of neglect, abuse or bad management decisions can be called sacrifices or martyrs.