L. Ron Hubbard, Jr. Blows the Whistle
When L. Ron Hubbard actually died there was a different air of open investigation that American media was involved with. The Church of Scientology had not adequately proven they had the goods on other religions and nations using mind control against their flock and so they had not been granted tax free status. Germany and France are still engaged in trying to tell the truth about them. Time Magazine did a lot of good work around this time and they were backed by the likes of the FBI but now anyone in the media who tells any truth about Scientology will have a lot of legal expenses and they are also blackballed by the members of this church just like the Baptists have done to Disney and Catholics or others do all the time. I have chosen a little of a Penthouse Magazine article for your consideration.
In the Penthouse interview with L. Ron Hubbard Jr. we have the following starting with them asking about the supposed research done to make the book Dianetics which I had recommended to my younger brother before he got involved with them:
"Penthouse: 'Did he write the book off the top of his head? Did he do any research?'
Hubbard: 'No research at all. When he has answered that question over the years, his answer has changed according to which biography he was writing. Sometimes he used to write a new biography every week. He usually said that he had put thirty years of research into the book. But no, he did not. What he did, really, was take bits and pieces from other people and put them together in a blender and stir them all up - and out came Dianetics! All the examples in the book - some 200 "real-life experiences" - were just the result of his obsessions with abortions and unconscious states?
In fact, the vast majority of those incidents were invented off the top of his head. The rest stem from his own secret life, which was deeply involved in the occult and black-magic. That involvement goes back to when he was sixteen, living in Washington. D.C. He got hold of the book by Aleister Crowley called 'The Book of Law'. He was very interested in several things that were the creation of what some people call the Moon Child. It was basically an attempt to create an immaculate conception - except by Satan rather than by God. Another important idea was the creation of what they call embryo implants - of getting a satanic or demonic spirit to inhabit the body of a fetus. This would come about as a result of black-magic rituals, which included the use of hypnosis, drugs, and other dangerous and destructive practices. One of the important things was to destroy the evidence if you failed at this immaculate conception. That's how my father became obsessed with abortions. I have a memory of this that goes back to when I was six years old. It is certainly a problem for my father and for Scientology that I remember this. It was around 1939, 1940, that I watched my father doing something to my mother. She was lying on the bed and he was sitting on her, facing her feet. He had a coat hanger in his hand. There was blood allover the place. I remember my father shouting at me. "Go back to bed!" A little while later a doctor came and took her off to the hospital. She didn't talk about it for quite a number of years. Neither did my father.'"
Talk about early life trauma and issues of a psychological nature! L. Ron Jr. is not going into a lot of detail here and he is speaking to people who couldn't relate to the practices involved. So when he speaks of Satan he is using something that the reader might relate to. The real spirit involved is called Babalon and is the feminine aspect of God that goes by many names back to Isis.
The truth of the matter is that such spiritual force is not understood by anyone who engages in such practices and probably no one at all, who is alive on this earth. Representational deities to describe natural forces have been the object of great hallucinatory wizardry throughout the ages. The evocation of spirits is part of many, and indeed all religions. I have personally engaged in exorcisms with no need of such imagery and purely with awareness of physiological psychic points that tie in with acupuncture. The Catholic highly trained exorcists are even worse at the matter of projecting evil imagery of a hallucinatory nature. This practice has much to do with what Crowley says ties him in with Levi and is related to willing partners allowing another soul to take over their body. I do have more to tie this in with Masons and Rosicrucians of a personal nature as well. They also say 'immaculate conception' but it is through the practitioner or 'working partner' that the spirit acts. The Wiccans call this 'Drawing Down the Moon' and I can assure you that some of these sorcerers are simply using this practice for purely personal sexual power needs. I have gone into a painful event in my life relating to a love of mine who was so used by a supposed friend engaging in the use of this ritual.
Author of Diverse Druids
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