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Scientology [PDF / Epub] ★ Scientology ✪ L. Ron Hubbard – Thomashillier.co.uk Drug Addiction, Rising Divorce Rates, Increasing Crime And Illiteracy Why Are People Unable To Solve Some Of The Most Pressing Problems Of Society Today In This Book, L Ron Hubbard Gives Readers A Pra Drug Addiction, Rising Divorce Rates, Increasing Crime And Illiteracy Why Are People Unable To Solve Some Of The Most Pressing Problems Of Society Today In This Book, L Ron Hubbard Gives Readers A Practical Means To Overcome Personal Problems, Becomeat Peace With Themselves, Improve Communication In The Family, And Find Greater Happiness.


10 thoughts on “Scientology

  1. Keith Keith says:

    I found myself in a youth hostel last night with nothing much to do for an hour or two except to skim the selection of books on the take a book leave a book shelf in one of the hostel s common areas What better time to wander into the dark weirdness of Scientology So, in short Each page has about 5 10 footnotes, consisting entirely of definitions to words you already know, like physics and foundation and chemistry no joke, I remember those all from page 2 However, there are u...


  2. Matthew Matthew says:

    Worth reading to understand the bizarre worldview of Scientologists This book focuses on the peculiar psychology created by L Ron Hubbard It s entertaining to read as a psychologist, as many of the basic tenets of thought as Hubbard describes them have been well researched and empirically disproved by cognitive psychologists half a century ago A large cornerstone of the Scientology cosmology is the idea that it is based on reason and science as opposed to the other legs it stands on, like Worth reading to understand the bizarre worldview of Scientologists This book focuses on the peculiar psychology created by L Ron Hubbard It s entertaining to read as a psychologist, as many of the basic tenets of thought as Hubbard describes them have been well researched and empirical...


  3. Dezeree Dezeree says:

    I can honestly say that I don t know WTF I just read.


  4. Omnipotent Dystopian Now Omnipotent Dystopian Now says:

    I decided to check this book out with the hopes that it might shed some light on the allure of Scientology All I found in this read was the incoherent ramblings of a madman I do find it amusing that so many people find this religion to be helpful In my opinion this...


  5. Modern Hermeneut Modern Hermeneut says:

    On the one hand, there is much to be said about this ambitious and demented little volume On the other, there is very little that would be worth the saying.


  6. Anoop Anoop says:

    crap


  7. Brett Brett says:

    This book is just funny I have got to say Kudos to a man that can make a religion off of pseudoscience and call it their own through books after books on the stuff I had to read a little about it though to see for myself.


  8. Ryan Lieske Ryan Lieske says:

    Disclosure I bought this for a quarter at a yard sale, to add to my reference library I read it purely out of curiosity I would never knowingly give any money to this cult.Review Anybody who thinks this is anything but drivel is an idiot You could take copies of Naked Lunch, an HDTV manual, and a cookbook written entirely in Esperanto, tear out all the pages, toss them in the air, then collect all the loose pages in random order and read them backwards while drunk, and it would makeDisclosure I bought ...


  9. Greg Greg says:

    As I said in my previous review on Scientology A New Slant on Life , I am trying to understand what Scientologists believe as it doesn t seem to be widespread public knowledge Somewhat like the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints, of which I am a member, there is a disinformation campaign that seems to try to discredit and misrepresent the...


  10. Amanda Amanda says:

    I picked this up hoping to get some insight into Scientologist beliefs, but I don t feel all that muchinformed The very basic principles of Scientological thought are briefly outlined, but Hubbard gives very little depth to any of the ideas, most of which seem quite contemporary by today s standards creation and destruction lifecycles game theory spirituality and astral projection The second half of the book, bizarrely, appears to outline instructions for a practitioner, describing how I picked this up hoping to get some insight into Scientologist beliefs, but I don t feel all that muchinformed The very basic principles of Scientological thought are briefly outlined, but Hubbard gives very litt...


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