The following YouTube Playlist is the next installment in our new Featured Guest Vlog series. This episode showcases YouTuber 13Heathens, who's educational guru channel is currently dissecting a series of the core L. Ron Hubbard indoctrination books and principles.
This is 13H's second series pertaining to the "scriptures" of Scientology. In this. This time around the target of scorn is L Ron Hubbard's "Scientology: A History of Man" From the Piltdown Man to their Master Race, as well as the Superpowers scientologists claim to aspire to. This work is perhaps the strangest diatribe published in book form from the addled mind of LRH. The last 3 chapters are not discussed in the series due to the fact the utter insanity is so far gone it needs no further dissection nor can it be analyzed by any rational human being in any polite form other than saying one thing: "WTF?!?!?!"
Perhaps what makes this book such an affront to basic intelligence and common sense, is not that it's Hubbard's diluted account of human evolution. But rather, that is supposedly stems from several drug-induced auditing session as attested to by LRH's medical officer and his own son who made the following statement in court and several interviews:
"LRH gave his son Nibs some amphetamines, and Nibs started talking, he said, started really going talking fast, from the speed. And he kept talking, he kept talking, and his dad kept giving him speed and all of a sudden he was talking about his history, when he was a clam and all these different situations in early Earth. And out of that came History of Man."
- Secret Lives: L. Ron Hubbard". Channel 4 Television, November 19, 1997
The wikipedia entry on this book gives a comprehensive overview for those who are unfamiliar with this vile work. This material is also accompanied by a recently leaked series of audio files known as the "Technique 88" or "The Time Track of Theta". The book starts out with Hubbard writing, "This is a cold-blooded and factual account of your last sixty trillion years" and is intended to serve as an advanced auditing guideline. The real truth is this book is the epitome of delusional farce and the undeniable proof of the LRH's mental illnesses running wild.
This revered scripture is practically a living testimonial to the extensive amount of successful brainwashing that must inherently be in-place inside the depths of the cult for seemingly rational people to seriously study this material and still remain oblivious to just how stark raving mad Hubbard's higher level teachings seemingly is to the rest of the world.
Here's a few choice quotes from this manifesto of the manic moron at his best.
"This is useful knowledge. With it the blind again see, the lame walk, the ill recover, the insane become sane and the sane become saner. By its use the thousand abilities man has sought to recover become his once more."
- L. Ron Hubbard, Scientology: A History of Man. Foreword.
Many scientologist's resent the Anonymous protests because they truly believe these teachings constitute a religion and claim with the utmost passion "The Tech Works". If that's the really the case, well then more power to you. But many of the activists taking a stand can't help but point out the above quote and ask "Well why didn't it work for LRH himself?" In his case, the insane only became worse, not better.
Rather than recognize this and try to evolve their "tech" into something better... they perpetuate the founder's failure to stay sane even further by vehemently advocating the mentally ill not seek professional help and proper treatment. But then again why should they care, their beliefs are all about "making the able more able" rather than a humanitarian approach that one would expect of a "church" where the less abled are looked upon with charity and compassion.
"The universe is a rough universe. It is a terrible and deadly universe. Only the strong survive it, only the ruthless can own it."
- L.Ron Hubbard, Scientology: A History of Man, p.38)
I've said it before and I'll say it again.... organized scientology = Nazism 2.0.
In one of LRH's lectures he fancies himself as the anti-christ. The way I see it, at best he was the spiritual forefather of an anti-christ cult because he didn't live long enough (nor return soon enough) to see out the end of the evil he created. But if there is truly an anti-christ walking the earth in this day and age, then I'd say the most likely candidate is the man who took over this utter lunacy and made it into the crusade it is today - a crusade intent on "clearing the planet" so that everyone either believes this whack job drivel or is eliminated. That man is commonly known as David Miscavige, and his time of reckoning is coming.
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