L. Ron Hubbard's Last Days

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  1. Stat

    Stat Gold Meritorious Patron

    Considering Hubbard's heroic super OT legacy, it's important to know how the man REALLY died.

    Official "church'" version: "completed his research, dropped his body for more research, Target 2, etc."

    Entheta (medical) version: "went nuts, enjoyed psych drug Vistaril, suffered multiple strokes, died."

    Steve "Sarge" Pfauth's version/observations:

    - LRH asked Sarge to build E-Meter that will be powerful enough to blow some pesky BT and help LRH to leave his body,
    which was implemented (assisted suicide/cause of strokes?)

    - LRH told Sarge he's failed and that he will be circling Arcturus star to rehab himself

    - Sarge observed LRH walking around the ranch in his PJ's mumbling incoherently

    - Sarge confirmed that LRH signed his last will 2 days before he died, but was in no right shape to do so...

    Please feel free to add/correct.
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  2. Stat

    Stat Gold Meritorious Patron

    To add some theta to the topic and cheer up Scientologists of every kind,
    here is the actual quote from recorded lecture "The State Of OT" by L. Ron Hubbard.

    "The power of an Operating Thetan is such that if he were to pick up a steel cylinder,
    capable of resisting several hundred pounds to the square inch,
    he would have the same problem that you have with the cellophane.

    His problem is: how does he touch things without crushing them?
    He picks up his steel cylinder and he looks at it and it's got a dent on both sides.

    You actually should practice this with a cellophane cigarette wrapper to get the exact sensation
    of being careful that an Operating Thetan has in handling MEST. You'll find it quite restimulative.

    Because sometimes "1.1" works and helps people.
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  3. Purple Rain

    Purple Rain Crusader

    It's a sad end for anybody really, but I wonder how many Scientologists would actually join if they knew this sort of thing first?
  4. Stat

    Stat Gold Meritorious Patron

    Yes. That's why we should tell no one.
  5. Purple Rain

    Purple Rain Crusader

    Oops! Too late! Lol!
  6. Stat

    Stat Gold Meritorious Patron


    Yep. Rest in Peace, Ron The Con.
  7. Panda Termint

    Panda Termint Cabal Of One

    He lived. He burnt the candle at both ends. He got old. He died. End of story.
  8. Telepathetic

    Telepathetic Gold Meritorious Patron

    It's either the wicked witch of the East or the wicked witch of the West,no?

  9. Jump

    Jump Operating teatime

    wicked witch of the withhold
  10. Out-Ethics

    Out-Ethics Patron Meritorious

    That picture reminds me of this guy who comes into our local liquor store. Messed up crazy, mumbling, and incoherent. Looks just like Ron.
  11. Veda

    Veda Sponsor

    That's a photo taken in 1973, when Hubbard was residing in Queens, New York.


    Hubbard's mistress from 1951 was interviewed by BBC television for the Secret Lives Program and told of seeing Hubbard in 1951, after an absence of a few months. She described him as having long hair and fingernails like talons.

    See 7:50 - 8:30:


    Interview with Richard DeMille, who accompanied Hubbard to Cuba, from where he had just returned before the above encounter: http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~dst/Library/Shelf/miller/interviews/demille.htm


    James Randi was attending a CULTinfo Conference in 1999 when he was approached by a Scientologist (00:00 - 1:48. This part is somewhat hard to hear.) Afterwards, the person, (a non-Scientologist) who had accidentally videoed the encounter, spoke with him about his impression of Hubbard, when they met at a gathering of writers, in the late 1940s. (1:48 - onward. At 2:35, Randi describes Hubbard as "a willfully evil man. He knew what he was doing."):


    Of course, there were those who were enchanted by Hubbard, and saw him as tremendously charismatic. Amongst them, of course, not unusually, would be the Scientologists.

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