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Betsy DeVos wants to expand voucher programs. That list will include schools that promote Scientologist doctrine.
L. Ron Hubbard's BATTLEFIELD EARTH
You can now download L. Ron Hubbard's Battlefield Earth for only 0.99$ here. There is a price match in Canada.Here's the blurb:In the year A.D. 3000, Earth is a barren wasteland, plundered of its natural resources by alien conquerors known as Psychlos. Show More Summary
If you threw a dinner party for Jesus, Ganesha, Moses, Zeus, Buddha and Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, what would you serve? Lamb, obviously. Australian Lamb wants you to go straight for the sheep, with their new spring ad bringing...Show More Summary
Scientology, the religion founded by L. Ron Hubbard and practiced by celebrities like Tom Cruise, has received an almost unyielding stream of bad press in recent years. Former church member Leah Remini even has an A&E docuseries devoted entirely to exposing the church’s alleged wrongdoings. Given the accusations made against ... More »
The occult ritual involved Jack Parsons and L. Ron Hubbard attempting to conjure a messiah to overthrow Christianity by way of an immaculate conception. The post Occult Sex, Rocket Magic & Scientology: The Jack Parsons – L. Ron Hubbard Explosion appeared first on CrimeFeed.
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L. Ron Hubbard is a figure of endless fascination, what with the whole “founding an insane religion that has somehow got its grips on a surprisingly large portion of Hollywood” thing. In a new piece for Longreads, author Alec Nevala-Lee digs into a lesser explored side of Hubbard’s life: his work as a writer. Show More Summary
Perhaps more than any other religion, Scientology has a tinge of fame about it. Because of the movie stars it attracts and because of the giant blue church on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood, L. Ron Hubbard's belief system has always felt oddly famous in its own right.
Jim Marrs is a top-notch investigative journalist, so what’s he doing promoting L. Ron Hubbard’s Battlefield Earth? photo by: Galaxy Press On this episode of Skeptiko… Alex Tsakiris: There are a lot of people scratching their heads saying,...Show More Summary
Paul Thomas Anderson has had a cagey relationship with the notion of The Master as “his Scientology movie,” being clear that it is based on portions of L. Ron Hubbard’s life but that its influences are wider than that, and that its true focus is on soldiers after World War II. Show More Summary
The path of the righteous man truly is beset on all sides. According to former Scientology official Mike Rinder, L. Ron Hubbard's church wasn’t thrilled with John Travolta’s interest in Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction. Travolta asked Rinder to weigh in on the film's screenplay, and it received the Scientology version ... More »
Since 1983, the Church of Scientology has ran a Santa Claus photo-op on Hollywood Boulevard, where they hand out their founder's writings to visitors, but they deny using it to attract new members.
For years, the alien geniuses at the Church of Scientology poured money into keeping L. Ron Hubbard’s books at the top of best seller lists by shipping freight car loads to Scientology headquarters. Similar things have happened withShow More Summary
We live in a time when "tolerance," "diversity" and "inclusivity" are considered by many cultural virtues that supersede all others. This popular relativist notion disregards something far more important: Truth.
"Gold Base" is a facility in California owned by Scientology, the secretive religion based on the works of science fiction author L. Ron Hubbard. Hubbard died in 1986, but there are Scientology bases and buildings around the world where...Show More Summary
Ever since the death of L. Ron Hubbard in 1986, the Church of Scientology has been led by David Miscavige, one of Hubbard's former messengers. Miscavige's reign atop Scientology has been turbulent. The church successfully gained tax-exempt status in the US when the IRS accepted it was a religion — saving it millions of dollars. Show More Summary
L. Ron Hubbard's successor tries to stop his dad from criticizing the Church of Scientology in a new tell-all book. High-ranking Church of Scientology member David Miscavige’s lawyers have threatened to file suit against Miscavige’s father, Ron. Show More Summary