In the late 1800s, a subject alien to the tradition of centuries invaded the philosophies and mental sciences. Upending long-established customs and mores that taught the pursuit and articulation of truth, this intruder held that knowledge about Man should be used not to enhance his strengths, but to exploit his weaknesses. And as decades passed, manipulative control mechanisms came to usurp traditional teachings
Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard Centennial Celebrated with the Release of Complete Biographical Encyclopedia. An Introduction to L. Ron Hubbard. There are only two tests of a life well lived, L. Ron Hubbard once remarked: Did one do as one intended? And were people glad one lived? In testament to the first stands the full body of his life’s work, including the more than ten thousand authored works and three thousand tape-recorded lectures of Dianetics and Scientology. In evidence of the second are the hundreds of millions whose lives have been demonstrably bettered because he lived.
The Road to Freedom (L. Ron Hubbard album). The Road to Freedom is a 1986 record album by L. Ron Hubbard & Friends. Artists that worked on the album include John Travolta, Chick Corea, Leif Garrett, Frank Stallone, and Karen Black. The album was produced by the Church of Scientology and their recording studio Golden Era Productions. The Church of Scientology says the album achieved its gold record within four months of its release
The following is a partial bibliography of the writings of L. Ron Hubbard (1911–1986). Under the Black Ensign (1935). Buckskin Brigades (1937), ISBN 0-88404-280-4. Slaves of Sleep (1939). Ultimate Adventure, the (1939). Final Blackout (1940), ISBN 0-88404-340-1. Indigestible Triton, the (1940). The Automagic Horse (1940) published (1994). The End Is Not Yet (1947) (serialized in Astounding Science Fiction, no book publication reported. Death's Deputy (1948).
Scientology’s spies: L. Ron Hubbard’s twisted legacy that proved his sickness . Scientology for your plants? In the grand tradition of L. Ron Hubbard, yes! By Tony Ortega April 2, 2017. Customers of Organic Earth Tech are similarly invited to try it for themselves in uncontrolled conditions.
Although best known for Dianetics and Scientology, L. Ron Hubbard cannot be so simply categorized. If nothing else, his life was too varied, his influence too broad. There are tribesmen in Southern Africa, for example, who know nothing of Dianetics and Scientology, but they know L. Ron Hubbard, the educator. What Scientology offers is likewise what one would expect of a man such as L. For not only does it provide an entirely unique approach to our most fundamental questions-Who are we? From where did we come and what is our destiny?-but it further provides an equally unique technology for greater spiritual freedom. So how would we expect to characterize the founder of such a religion? Clearly, he would have to be larger than life, attracted to people, liked by people, dynamic, charismatic and immensely capable in a dozen fields-all exactly L.
Ron Hubbard shakes hands with Rhodesian workers after being kicked out the country. The original caption to the photo refers to Hubbard as the "white millionaire. Police stand outside of the Scientology office in Toronto during a raid. The fallout of Operation Snow White led to raids of Scientology offices around the world, as evidence came out that they had been tampering with government documents. Tony Bock/Toronto Star via Getty Images. 16 of 29. Ontario Provincial Police officers carry stolen documents out of the Scientology office. Tony Bock/Toronto Star via Getty Images).
Ron Hubbard: Founder of Scientology. Founder of dianetics and scientology. for nearly a quarter of a century, I have been engaged in the investigation of the fundamentals of life, the material universe and human behavior. Such an adventure leads one down many highways, through many byroads, into many back alleys of uncertainty, through many strata of life. - L. Such an adventure is also what ultimately led L. Ron Hubbard to the founding of Dianetics and Scientology and thus, a route to previously unimagined spiritual heights.
|Scientology & Tradition (Part 1)|
|Scientology & Tradition (Part 2)|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – L. Ron Hubbard Library
- Copyright (c) – L. Ron Hubbard Library
- Made By – Golden Era Productions
- Producer – Golden Era Productions
- Speech – L. Ron Hubbard
Notes© 1978, 1991, 2004 L. Ron Hubbard Library. ℗ 1991 L. Ron Hubbard Library.
A Scientology Five lecture.
A lecture given by L. Ron Hubbard on 15th of September 1964.
Printed in the United States of America.
A Scientology publication.
"We have made progress in how to accomplish goals which man has had as long as he has been man. And what he has considered god and what he has condidered disirable in the field of philosophy, we have accomplished technically - and that is the breakthrough which we have made." - L. Ron Hubbard
Black DVD Keep Case with enclosed 56-page booklet that includes the full lecture transcript and glossary.
Recorded with the 'Clearsound' audio system.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Printed): 9 781403 110602
- Barcode (Scanned): 9781403110602
- Matrix / Runout (Part 1): 640915 1 ENG SAT GEPC1.00954 02
- Matrix / Runout (Part 2): 640915 2 ENG SAT GEPC1.00955 01
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI LN07
- Mould SID Code (Part 1): none
- Mould SID Code (Part 2): IFPI J103
- Other (ISBN): 140311060-3
Performer: L. Ron Hubbard
Title: Scientology & Tradition
Date of release: 2004
Style: Speech, Religious
Genre: Not music
Size MP3: 1635 mb
Size FLAC: 1824 mb
Rating: 4.7 / 5
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