There are other books that promote Scientology as a modern technical approach to reincarnation such as Have You Lived Before This Life with it's past life stories, many of which are based in off world societies, or Mission Into Time where Hubbard is sending out special project teams to find his past life haunts and buried treasure in the Mediterranean. You know that hover car race in Star Wars? Well, that was Hubbard. Because of him we know about trains on Venus and that Fedora Hats were popular on other worlds long before Earth (read: Teegeeack).but Blue, a true Boddhisatva would be nigh-on omniscient, and would not embarrass him/herself by the run-ins with Psychiatry that Ron had, before denouncing it so fervently?
Still waiting. Not going to wait 10,00 years and 27 days.but Blue, a true Boddhisatva would be nigh-on omniscient, and would not embarrass him/herself by the run-ins with Psychiatry that Ron had, before denouncing it so fervently?
And to think some of us (including myself) actually believed this stuff. Doh!Turn on. Tune in. Drop out.
LRH said he was a race driver called the Green Dragon who set a speed record before he was killed in an accident. He came back in another lifetime as the Red Devil and beat his own record, then came back and did it again as the Blue Streak. Finally he realized all he was doing was breaking his own records and it was no game any more.
Do public payphones even exist now? There isn't a single one in the area where I live now.St. Hill is an abbreviation of Saint Hill (Manor) in Sussex, the headquarters of scientology and Hubbard's home in the sixties.
Yeah, better not give away too much info else the Agents will get ya. Since you have a mobile you won't have to rely on public payphones if they're after you.
Yes, they're still around, in fact some new ones are planned for the town centre where I live, but the old-style red boxes are obsolete as they don't conform to current disability use recommendations.Do public payphones even exist now? There isn't a single one in the area where I live now.
part of the answer could be yes, but I do treat the word incarnation as somebody's current life of many, which would be a process of reincarnation. Is that now how you employ the word?
Do you have incarnation and reincarnation mixed up (they are basically opposites) or do you just not know that much about Hubbard and Scientology?
nope, it's just that I'm vegetarian. I have a few potatoes in the larder....butIt must be there are conditions which have to he in place before we get the "meat and potatoes", like "all orgs have to be St. Hill sized" before the release of IX and X.
If you know Scientology, you know I'm not allowed to clear the word for you. You have to do it yourself. You need to demo and clay demo it, clear every definition, the derivation, and use the word in sentences. When you've done all that, get back to me for a star-rate checkout.part of the answer could be yes, but I do treat the word incarnation as somebody's current life of many, which would be a process of reincarnation. Is that now how you employ the word?