LEARN more about Scientology and how dangerous it is here (cults)
LEARN more about Scientology and how dangerous it is here
You may be curious about Scientology because some of its members are famous celebrities; including John Travolta, Tom Cruise, Kirstie Alley, Mimi Rogers, and Anne Archer, Jenna Elfman, Isaac Hayes, and others. Before you really get interested --begin looking at Scientology as a cult with many wacky ideas. Scientology is itself a money-making Church that will ultimately lead you into believing satan's garden of Eden lie that you are a God yourself. This same lie is found in both New Age and Masonic dogmas. Also a root Scientology dogma about religion sounds much like it could have been written by Karl Marx. According to Scientology's secret cosmology, it must first free man from the aberration of religion to undo the political control implant.
Like most cults--reports of Scientology members attempting to silence those who speak out against them are legendary and alarming. Many who disagree with Scientology have been reported to have been murdered by the cult. Many others are believed to have been driven to suicide by this cult. Scientology reportedly thinks that anyone who discloses information to the authorities, speaks openly and truthfully about the cult to the media, family, or friends is some how a criminal. "...The other is to dispose of them quietly and without sorrow." -- L. Ron Hubbard, Science of Survival, Chapter 27
Islam, Scientology, and Mormonism have similar beginnings.
All are based on the rantings and ravings of a single individual. There is quite a bit of evidence that L. Ron Hubbard was a megalomaniac, driven by greed, who was incapable of telling the truth.
Scientology is comprised exclusively of the teachings of one man: Lafayette Ron Hubbard (aka: L. Ron Hubbard). Hubbard's theories, assumptions, and techniques for practical applications that make up the rituals of Scientology, are sometimes called the “Spiritual Technology,” or simply “the Tech.” L. Ron Hubbard lived between 1911 and 1986. He was a very successful author, having published hundreds of novels, novelettes and short stories; most dealt with science fiction. Scientology was built by this one man (Hubbard). L. Ron Hubbard had a great gift of boasting about his life. L. Ron Junior wrote this about his father's boasts: "I would say that 99 per cent of what my father has written about his own life is false." --- L. Ron Hubbard Jr. L. Ron Hubbard was a devout racist who wrote in praise of South African Apartheid. He was a crazed misogynist (woman hater) who insisted women were inferior intellectually.
It is very wrong for Scientologists to deceive Christians into thinking that scientology is in some way compatible with Christianity! Scientology is not connected to Christianity! In fact, Scientology teaches that Jesus Christ did not exist (RE: Hubbard's CL VIII tape). Hubbard ridiculed other religions, but the Church of Scientology had no qualms about adopting Christian trappings and traditions to establish its bona fides as a “real church.” The Scientology symbol is a modified Christian cross which has an obvious resemblance to the masonic Golden Dawn's Rose Cross. To a Scientologist the man on the Christian Cross is not Christ! There was no Christ to L. Ron Hubbard. But the man on the Scientology cross is shown as "Everyman" to them. For many years, Scientology staff wore clerical collars; in the spring of 2000 the Church of Scientology also began promoting regular Sunday services.
It is a well documented fact that the religion of Hubbard was Satanism. Hubbard's mentor was, in fact, the infamous English black magician Aleister Crowley. Hubbard reportedly discovered Crowley's works as a teenager on a trip to the Library of Congress with his mother.
Thereafter, Hunnard was fascinated by Crowley's "Magick," and Crowley became Hubbard's mentor, a relationship that would last until Crowley's death in 1947. In one of his later lectures, Hubbard would refer to Crowley as "my good friend." [Miller, p. 135]
L. Ron Hubbard established the Church of Scientology (CoS) in 1954 against the following backdrop:
He had dropped out of college with failing grades. Although he would later claim a distinguished wartime naval career, Hubbard in fact never saw combat and left the US Navy petitioning the Veterans Administration for psychiatric care. Two bigamous marriages failed. He found success writing pulp/science fiction, but Hubbard declared in the late 1940s: “Writing for a penny a word is ridiculous. If a man really wants to make a million dollars, the best way would be to start his own religion.”
Hubbard took up ritual magic, the occult and hypnosis, giving demonstrations of hypnosis in 1948 and writing to his literary agent about a therapy system he was working on that had tremendous promotional and sales potential. Piecing together hypnotic techniques, Freudian theories, Buddhist concepts and elements of other philosophies and practices, Hubbard came up with Dianetics. He published the very dull and hard to read book; "Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health" in 1950. In this book, Hubbard claims that his "modern science of mental health" will cure everything from schizophrenia to arthritis; claims for which he presents no credible evidence.
A false prophet always preaches false nonsensical things...
Hubbard suggests in his "History of Man" that many of our problems may be traced to former lives. Smoking tobacco results from smokers dramatizing volcanoes they saw in previous lives he says. Psoriasis is an engram received from when an animal ate you; the psoriasis resembles the digestive fluids of the animal that ate you. Vegetarians got tired of being eaten by animals in former lives. Fear of falling can be traced to being a sloth and falling out of trees.
Hubbard's "History of Man" also teaches us that the Piltdown Man was part of the evolutionary chain for man. Hubbard called it man's first real manhood. Hubbard had already published his statements about the Piltdown man prior to the Piltdown skull having been declared a hoax in 1953. Rather than retract the statements for this new religion of Scientology, since the History of Man forms a part of its scripture, Hubbard simply ignored it and never spoke of the evolution of the Piltdown Man again.
Note: Christian Scripture is adamant that there is no reincarnation... We die once.
Every Solution except Eternal Salvation:
Scientology appeals to people by offering them a grand game; a unique and comprehensive self-improvement system; a solution for almost every problem (many people come to Scientology when their lives are in crisis); and a welcoming group focused on major societal issues such as drug abuse, mental health, education, spirituality and morality.
The fact of the matter is this. Like the Jehovah Witness "cult", Scientology is a pyramid scheme. Those at the top make a lot of money and would defend at all costs what they are doing. And, both make huge amounts of money via selling printed materials, and recordings. It gets even more lucrative when deceived gullible adherents give them huge grants.
A Former member says:
WHAT YOU have to remember is that while these people may be good people, they will lie to you about everything," says one former Scientologist, who was involved in the organization for four years in the early 1980s. "It is okay to lie in Scientology, in fact these people really believe what they are saying is true. That is the nature of a cult." "Scientology is based on lies, you can never trust what they are saying," he reiterates.
After joining the Church of Scientology, one meets with increasing demands for money, time and recruiting others. Those who resist these demands bolt, usually quickly. Those who remain go step-by-step into agreement with indoctrination, all the while believing that they are becoming more aware and self determined.
Scientology proposes that in its “native state” the spirit/thetan is immortal and god-like and possesses the potentiality of knowing everything, but that in present time its true capabilities have been lost and forgotten. As an immortal entity, the spirit/thetan lives on after body death and is born into a new physical body, again and again, lifetime after lifetime, in an endless cycle of birth and death. As a result of traumatic incidents extending back from the present life through a long series of “past lifetimes” hidden from conscious memory, the spirit/thetan has become trapped in the physical body and the physical/MEST universe.
Islam, Scientology, Mormonisn and Jehovah Witnesses all reject the Gospel of Jesus -- and therefore these push their members away from the true road to salvation. Jews also reject this. But as Paul says--Jews have been supernaturally blinded.
Mormons think Adam is God, and have corrupted and changed the Gospel (and history) of Jesus in defiance of Paul's warning. Jehovah Witnesses and Islam reject Jesus and the redemption He offers completely. Masonry not only rejects Jesus as the way to salvation --Masons mistakenly or purposely treat all religions as equal-- and are aligned with "Lucifer their light bearer".
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