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What Is Scientology Religion

Why should anyone believe the doctrines of the Scientology religion?

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Thanks Elaine for making it truthfully "clear" as to how Scientology operates. In a very real sense, it's an ungodly pyramid scheme geared towards achieving personal wealth by brainwashing the minds of recruits & leading them to adhere to & follow a self-centered world-view (philosophy) where they see themselves as self-actualized gods.

It's a diabolical deception from the god of this world, the devil! (G3) The serpent has been known by many names since Adam & Eve were "cleared", i.e., the devil, the dragon, satan, lucifer, beelzebub, abbadon/apollyon, LRH(?)...
---Leon on 5/17/10

Dianetics? I thought RLH was pushing Diuretics.

It would have been more honest if that's what he had been doing. At least they are useful!
---alan8566_of_uk on 5/16/10

Dianetics? I thought RLH was pushing Diuretics.
---aka_joseph on 5/16/10

Scientology, a social and mental prescription for "self-actualization", is the brain child of L. Ron Hubbard. It is denoted as a religion insomuch as we comprehend the social aspects of a religious body, fellowship and membership. It in no way is representative of God, but rather is a systematic approach for attaining a personal sense of enlightenment, referred to as being "clear". They pay for it.
The "cleared" Scientologist then charges others ($$$) who wish to attain to being "clear" for the time it takes to run the unclear through the system of questions, and the process repeats itself by the newly clear getting paid to recruit and clear others.
---Elaine on 5/15/10

You should not. It is a cult.
---catherine on 5/14/10

as with all beliefs that leave God,jesus,and the holy spirit out this one also is false.basically it teaches that all humans are immortal spiritual beings,it is based on ron hubbard writings.
---tom2 on 5/13/10

A': Unlike Scientology's fictional teachings, the Bible is full of factual accounts about people, places & things that can be (have been) verified from secular historical records & archaelogical finds that support numerous Bible statements.
---Leon on 4/3/10

I understand that Hubbard boasted that he woulod invent a new religion.

That says it all.

It made him and others pots of money
---alan8566_of_uk on 4/3/10

Great info-Darlene1
Wow...I had no idea Dianetic's and Scientology were connected-saw it in mandatory work shops in the Corporate world-it's no wonder it spread.
---char on 4/3/10

L Ron Hubbard was a Science Fiction writer who developed a selfhelp system caled Dianetics published in 1950. Over the next three decades he developed it into a wide ranging set of doctrines and rituals as part of a new religion. He called it Scientology and his writings became the guiding text for the Church of Scientology. He was the most published and most translated so declared by Guinness World Records in 2006. He had 1084 fiction and nonfiction works which have been translated into 71 languages.
---Darlene_1 on 4/3/10

It's a scieince fiction religion, made up of fictional science. So it's like the Bible being fictional, it just has some made up science to spice it up.
---atheist on 4/3/10

The way I understand it the "Church of Scientology" adheres to "a controversial belief system developed by L. Ron Hubbard, based on a person being an immortal spiritual being whose survival depends on him/herself and his/her attainment of brotherhood with others and the universe."
I can not think of one valid reason for anyone to believe in this assertion, it has no base.
---josef on 4/3/10

It's just another Man-made reli-org-church that came from here, 2nd.Cor.11 v's14 - 15. The devil being like the pied-piper playing his soothe-saying tunes to people that have itching ears & to hear what they want to hear, that leads to their destruction.
---Lawrence on 4/2/10

I can't think of any reason to believe in Scientology. It's just wacky!
---ger.toshav on 4/2/10

I can't think of any reason to believe in Scientology. It's just wacky!
---ger.toshav on 4/2/10

I can't think of any reason to believe in Scientology. It's just wacky!
---ger.toshav on 4/2/10

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