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L. Ron Hubbard: Messiah or Madman? [Read] ➳ L. Ron Hubbard: Messiah or Madman? Author Bent Corydon – Thomashillier.co.uk An in depth biography that tells the no holds barred story of Hubbard the scam artist and his Church of Scientology An in Hubbard: Messiah ePUB ☆ depth biography that tells the no holds barred story of Hubbard the scam artist and his L. Ron PDF/EPUB or Church of Scientology.


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10 thoughts on “L. Ron Hubbard: Messiah or Madman?

  1. yelenska yelenska says:

    Not going to give it a rating just wanted to say that there are a LOT of informations in this book about cientology it clearly highlights the founder s real personality however, I dont understand why the chapters stories testimonies are not in chronological order it s a bit weird, but oh well.


  2. Thomas Thomas says:

    I thought this book co written by L Ron s son really exposes Scientology for much of what it is Then, there is the tale of L Ron raping a young woman with his flaccid penisyeah, you read that correctly According to the accounts in this book, L Ron was a demon among men I do not consider every account in this book as fact, but I can t imagine that NONE of it is true Even if a small percentage of the information is correct, then Scientology is SCARY This book details the history of t I thought this book co written by L Ron s son really exposes Scientology for much of what it is Then, there is the tale of L Ron raping a young woman with his flaccid penisyeah, you read that correctly According to the accounts in this book, L Ron was a demon among men I do not consider every account in this book as fact, but I can t imagine that NONE of it is true Even if a small percentage of the information is correct, then Scientology is SCARY This book details the history of this organization and how they tend to psychologically deconstruct folks in a fashion that resembles the militaryor a prisonor a military prison After reading this, if a friend or family member of mine was ever considering joining this organization I would give them a copy of this book


  3. Anthony Ventrello Anthony Ventrello says:

    When I wrote my initial review of this book as well as some of the other Scientology texts The Basics , I was pretty deep into Scientology and all of the data and fanciful stories they told about L Ron Hubbard Now that I am no longer associated with Scientology and have done research on my own about the REAL life of LRH, I can tell you that this book is about as reliable as it gets Along with Bare faced Messiah you will learn the truth about Scientology s founder and just what is is like When I wrote my initial review of this book as well as some of the other Scientology texts The Basics , I was pretty deep into Scientology and all of the data and fanciful stories they told about L Ron Hubbard Now that I am no longer associated with Scientology and have done research on my own about the REAL life of LRH, I can tell you that this book is about as reliable as it gets Along with Bare faced Messiah you will learn the truth about Scientology s founder and just what is is like for those who are caught in the Scientology web


  4. Amy Amy says:

    Very interesting.


  5. Erik Graff Erik Graff says:

    I ve never knowingly met a Scientologist, but I have known the daughter of one of the principals of this book, a close associate of Hubbard s during the Dianetics period and early days of Scientology Her recollections of the stories told her by her father were a factor in my purchasing this book at the Hayward, Wisconsin Public Library Although I d probably heard of L Ron Hubbard early on front various print media, my first distinct recollection of him as somethingthan just a science f I ve never knowingly met a Scientologist, but I have known the daughter of one of the principals of this book, a close associate of Hubbard s during the Dianetics period and early days of Scientology Her recollections of the stories told her by her father were a factor in my purchasing this book at the Hayward, Wisconsin Public Library Although I d probably heard of L Ron Hubbard early on front various print media, my first distinct recollection of him as somethingthan just a science fiction writer occurred during adolescence I d picked up some old pulp magazines for reading in Michigan One of them, probably a copy of Astounding, had on its back cover the usual advertisement for the Science Fiction Book Club What was unusual was that it highlighted Hubbard s Dianetics, not the usual fictional fare This uneven book, while flawed in many ways, has tied these, and other, impressions of Hubbard and his various organizations together, confirming the general accuracy of my friend s recollections and explaining the appearance of what amounts to a book of popular psychology in a list of fictional titles But this is almost accidental, this book being neither a thorough biography of Hubbard nor a comprehensive history of the movement he headed Although authorship is ascribed to two former Scientologists, Corydon and Hubbard Jr., the primary writer was Corydon, Hubbard s son being cited relatively few times Given litigation against the project by the Church, however, it is quite possible that Junior s contributions were greater than they appear to be Indeed, it is often difficult to discern who wrote what, the book being filled with long excerpts from a wide variety of sources, few of them referenced adequately Whatever the case, the result is a very uneven text of questionable value except as perhaps suggesting avenues forserious research Still, it was, much of it, a fun read L Ron Hubbard was an outrageous person, the movement around him almost unbelievable, his organizations and their ideology pathetic monuments of human self deception Although I take most of it with a grain of salt, it has made me want to readabout both the man and his pseudo religion


  6. John John says:

    The first half of this book and the second half should have been flip flopped While it would not be in chronological order, it would have helped explain the basic ideas and development of Scientology as LRH slowly slipped deeper into madness Always designed as a cult to generate power and wealth to L.Ron, it becomes clear that things get worse and worse aspeople start believing The philosophical underpinnings in basic Jack Parsons satanic science fiction pulp technology, the will to sex The first half of this book and the second half should have been flip flopped While it would not be in chronological order, it would have helped explain the basic ideas and development of Scientology as LRH slowly slipped deeper into madness Always designed as a cult to generate power and wealth to L.Ron, it becomes clear that things get worse and worse aspeople start believing The philosophical underpinnings in basic Jack Parsons satanic science fiction pulp technology, the will to sex of the OTO Crowleyists, and a sad hodge podge of the emerging self help rhetoric are basically hobbled together in Scientology The first part of the book recounts all the gossip and misconduct of the upper ranks of the cult against the lowly franchise holders believers Pretty standard work place grumblings, with nothing too interesting or revelatory in part because it is hard for the ousted to have a clarity of hindsight Corydon still thinks Scientology worked when done correctly and for that the book suffers through lingering adoration and true belief Sad, really


  7. Tadas Talaikis Tadas Talaikis says:

    Adding this to the best biographies, because there are no other options on LRH The story is amazing, because he got to know Jack Parsons, stole his young wife, they created a sect, which got bankrupt, then he started a religion and earned billions, and a lot of totally crazy shit along the way like terrorizing IRS agents so successfully, they gave up on church s taxes, like trying to buy a country in Africa, etc.Jack is important here, because he participated in Aleister Crowley meetings and Adding this to the best biographies, because there are no other options on LRH The story is amazing, because he got to know Jack Parsons, stole his young wife, they created a sect, which got bankrupt, then he started a religion and earned billions, and a lot of totally crazy shit along the way like terrorizing IRS agents so successfully, they gave up on church s taxes, like trying to buy a country in Africa, etc.Jack is important here, because he participated in Aleister Crowley meetings and practiced love under will , do what thou wilt in order to get to the Moon, and introduced LRH to Crowley s teachings Strange Angel tries to depict this story pretty well.Put another way, Scientology s texts are just Crowley s continuation in aformal form without any magick coding from Thelema.The entire story, in reality, is about creativity, LRH was crazy with his ability to stamp books and ideas, and will Simply amazing


  8. Scott Wannan-Johnston Scott Wannan-Johnston says:

    Interesting because the author was in some meetings like the shakedown of the franchise owners that I had only heard second or third hand about When he starts getting into comparing general semantics to what hubbard ripped off I skipped over most of that This books provides a very interesting and important perspective on events and people that have not gotten the light of day yet.


  9. Beth Beth says:

    Bent Corydon was privy to information on Scientology as LRH s right hand man Hubbard states the greatest influence would be in, ruling Hollywood, to do so would rule the world Alcohol, drug induced madman, LRH, a good read.


  10. Annika Cleeve Annika Cleeve says:

    Great read especially if you enjoy a great giggle How so many people have fallen for this load of crap is beyond me But it is a very interesting book about a fascinating con man and the making of a religion.


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