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    Default Hubbard library of originals for $3.5m

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    Scientology & Dianetics Library

    28,426 Scientology and Dianetics lectures, bulletins, coursepacks, checksheets, books, periodicals, and many other publications.
    The Library contains virtually every major title ever sold to the public. What is more, the Library holds hundreds of hours of recorded lectures and thousands of pages of written materials that have not been seen by the public for decades or have never been seen by the public. Many predate the Church of Scientology’s 1954 incorporation.

    The Library’s emphasis is L. Ron Hubbard’s technical materials that were released during his lifetime in their original, unaltered form. These are, principally, lectures on reel-to-reel tapes, written technology on mimeographed pages, and other first edition publications.

    Integral to the Library is its computerized database of all 28,426 items, complete with titles, dates of publication, index of each item’s physical location in the file drawers, and many more data.

    This is not a haphazard mixture of random books and tapes or bootlegged downloads of the usual items. This is a bona fide Library of highly-organized, legally-acquired materials that were specifically sought out over a quarter-century. It is a Library of authentic LRH recordings and writings much greater than what is obtainable through the church, and factually containing millions of words on audiotape and in print that do not exist in the field, on the Internet, or anywhere else in the world except, perhaps, in church vaults.

    Statistics

    Recorded Lectures: 8,349; netting 2,333 titles

    Written Issues: 57,862 pages of mimeographed HCO Bulletins, Policy Letters, and other issues in their original form; netting 14,574 titles

    Books and Other Publications: 1,467

    Packs: 886

    Checksheets: 739

    Periodicals: 3,141

    Payment and Shipping

    Method of payment to be arranged.

    The Library may be picked up or shipped anywhere in the world at actual shipping costs with no markup or handling charges. Please note: As shipping costs vary, depending on the method and destination, the domestic and international shipping costs given in this listing are approximations.

    For More Data

    The Library is too large to itemize here. Contact me for further data.

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    You really think there's someone who has escaped this vampire cult and is still worth $3,5 million? Good luck with that. Maybe Mr. Mapother IV will help you out.

    EDIT: I seem to have misread the post and thought you wanted to shift this junk yourself. If so, I apologize.
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    Default Thanks, but no thanks

    This garbage has been offered for sale on eBay before.

    A post on WWP, dated March 13th 2009, says that "This auction goes back up every few weeks (surprise, it's not selling!)"

    http://forums.whyweprotest.net/threa...library.36221/

    If you want to know when it would be a good time to sell Scientology a job lot of Scientology materials, when there aren't too many articles critical of Scn in the media... try the spring of 1978.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Freeminds View Post
    This garbage has been offered for sale on eBay before.

    A post on WWP, dated March 13th 2009, says that "This auction goes back up every few weeks (surprise, it's not selling!)"

    http://forums.whyweprotest.net/threa...library.36221/

    If you want to know when it would be a good time to sell Scientology a job lot of Scientology materials, when there aren't too many articles critical of Scn in the media... try the spring of 1978.
    Or when Haiqu wins the lottery...:D
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    It's possibly a fishing expedition.
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    Shipping: US $5,000.00 -- Economy Shipping.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Panda Termint View Post
    It's possibly a fishing expedition.
    I suppose trolling for wealthy suckers with more money than brains could be considered a fishing expedition.
    Yes lurkers you are not alone, everyone thinks Scientology is creepy, it's not just you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Koolaid View Post
    Or when Haiqu wins the lottery...:D
    If I won the lottery? Naah. Since one of my goals is to eventually be wealthy, I'd have to win about $10 million before I'd even think about it.

    Considering most of this stuff is available in one form or another, I'd value the collection at about $500k max. And since I don't have that sort of money, or the time to read and listen to all this stuff, I'll pass.

    In fact there's more chance of finding the perfect woman or levitating my cigarette lighter.

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    Last edited by Panda Termint; 17th February 2011 at 06:28 AM.
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    I wonder if this stuff even exists anymore.

    Remember the major shredding operations that where carried out when Laffy was alive? Slappy has had many more years to purge the storehouses. I suspect 'The Golden Age of Tech' is just a way to camouflage the major deleting and editing that has been going on.
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