Originally Posted by Veda
L. Ron Hubbard was angered by this cartoon and ordered the cartoonist's career destroyed.
Below is a re-post, which, especially for newbie lurkers, may provide a sense of the mind-set that pervades the strange world of Scientology's inner regions - behind the big "Church" sign, and behind the giant cross and, in the USA, behind the super sized American
Well, it was a pretty nice weekend. I pulled out some of my old Scientology materials recently as well. I've been keeping up with iScn a bit and their checklists that they've been putting out. I think it's pretty cool that they are offering such a valuable alternative to the Co$. I also ran across DEEP Therapy through FZ. Looks interesting... Not quite sure how I feel about all this personally for me, though.
I guess you could say that since leaving the Orthodox Christian Church,
I've been meaning to start my own blog for ages so I guess this is as good a time as any.
For the last fortnight or so I've been chewing mentally on something that started when I read one of my favourite authors (Orson Scott Card) saying that most characters in SF are emotional adolescents.
This got me looking at all the characters that I'd ever read in Heinlien, Hubbard, you name them. And he's right - they're all 1 or 2 dimensional characters who never have strong
Originally Posted by Ral Z
Originally Posted by Adam7986
Can we not feed the troll anymore.
Oh, the irony.
i don't believe in trolls. not really.
"There are two parts to the human dilemma. One is the belief that the end justifies the means. That push-button philosophy, that deliberate deafness to suffering has become the monster in the war machine. The other is the betrayal of the human spirit: the assertion of dogma that closes the mind, and turns a nation, a civilization, into a regiment of ghosts--obedient ghosts or tortured ghosts." - Jacob Bronowski.
"Change is deemed impossible right up until it becomes
Updated 17th August 2013 at 03:54 AM by Dave B.