Tuesday, 1 November 2011

Aims of Scientology - Why It Matters!

The Aims of Scientology:
"A civilization without insanity, without criminals and without war, where the able can prosper and honest beings can have rights, and where Man is free to rise to greater heights, are the aims of Scientology.
First announced to an enturbulated world in 1950, these aims are well within the grasp of our technology.
Nonpolitical in nature, Scientology welcomes any individual of any creed, race or nation.
We seek no revolution. We seek only evolution to higher states of being for the individual and for society.
We are achieving our aims." - L. Ron Hubbard, September, 1965.
This is why it matters to the Scientology Movement including myself, being independent, slightly unwillingly.
This is also the reason why Scientology isn't a cult. This is also the reason why Scientology is more popular than Humanism, I think. This is the reason, thirdly, why Anonymous should be careful in attacking Scientology when they have NO explicit commitments themselves!!!
This should be all! Best wishes to you, hopefully as (prosepective) Scientologists yourselves! Cheers!

4 comments:

  1. Two links:
    http://www.scientology.org/what-is-scientology/the-scientology-creeds-and-codes/the-aims-of-scientology.html
    http://www.whatisscientology.org/html/Part12/Chp37/pg0684.html
    Note how this also is _constantly left out_ by the critics of Scientology with Sweeney of Panorama and the rest of the lot, sociologists and other "power-critical" nutties!!!

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  2. Under Scientology teachings in the scope of the Basics (some 8 or 9 books/manuals), I can _only_ (only as most definite only) and under current psychiatry/psychology as science, recommend E-meter _self-checks_ under E-meter _normative_ instructions!!! I see it as my duty to write you this!

    My justification of holding this view is written by L. Ron Hubbard himself and it says in A New Slant on Life that... You can start with pp 36 - 40!

    It is quite telling that Hubbard writes on p. 20 that "Nothing in Scientology is true for you unless you have observed it and it is true according to your observation."
    That is, "‎*Nothing*...", mind you!

    How to Study Scientology makes me definitely justified to write the above and I DO NOT NEED TO COMPROMISE ON A DIGIT, not the smallest bit of opinion that I hold myself. And according to straight Scientology this is normatively _dead down damn accepted_!!!

    Note: First written to Facebook on Monday, 02.01.2012!

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  3. Advise to @Scientology and @CCHR / #CCHR : I think it may be wise to go back to the roots of CCHR and start from there with
    a BROADER angle toward psychiatry. CCHR has up to this point FAILED to show for academic literature that suggests that
    ALL psychiatric medication is wrong or the (definite) cases based on methodology where medication is wrong! I think this
    is weak and portrays an "absurd" side of Scientology to the Public! So broader angle, please, and a better _academic_
    case against the given aspects of Psychiatry! Good luck! :-)

    To the former issue of Religion as possibly rational: I think Scientology clearly is RATIONAL in terms of religion and that the "war" against insanity (by
    Aims of Scientology) is one where one identifies the lunacy and mad aspects of society. Evidently, today's psychiatry
    is loaded with anti-rationality by its malpractice and self-supporting logic. This fight for rationality (and thereby
    Goodness) has to continue and that the duties toward Rationality and Goodness are ABSOLUTE! What is rational and good
    can equally well be identical to Scientology. Just read all about it, please! http://www.scientology.org/ ! :-)

    Note: first written to the former Twitter account of Aetixintro!

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  4. The Cross as symbol for Scientology is NOW GONE! Just an update!

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