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  Scientology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Scientology is officially represented by the Church of Scientology, a non-profit organization.
Scientology's doctrines were established by Hubbard over a period of about 34 years, beginning in 1952 and continuing until his death in January 1986.
The central practice of Scientology is called auditing, "auditing" (from the Latin audire,"to listen"), which is one-on-one communication with a trained Scientology counselor or 'auditor.' The auditor follows an exact procedure which involves the asking of questions designed to lead a person to personal insights about his own existence.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Scientology   (888 words)

  
 Clear (Scientology) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In Dianetics and Scientology, Clear is defined as a state in which a person is free of unwanted influences of past memories, unwanted emotions, and mental and physical pain not existing in present time.
Such a person is 'cleared' (as in pressing the clear key on a calculator) of those negative influences and able to think clearly even when faced with the very situation which caused the earlier difficulty.
The State of Clear (Church of Scientology, A Scientology Catechism)
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Clear_(Scientology)   (182 words)

  
 The Watchman Expositor: Scientology - Hubbard's Religion
Scientology claims to be an applied religious philosophy and a religion.
Scientology is a mixture of Hubbard's megalomania, science fiction, New Age beliefs, and Freudian psychology.
Scientology's goal for auditing is to eliminate the effects of the engrams, erasing them from the reactive mind and re-filing them in the analytical mind, which is supposedly able now to make rational conclusions based on the truth of Scientology axioms.
www.watchman.org /sci/hubrel03.htm   (2780 words)

  
 The State of Clear
The goals of Scientology predate all current ideas of “therapy” and are first found in religion and philosophy as long as 10,000 years ago.
Until a person is cleared, no matter how able he becomes by virtue of earlier auditing, it is inevitable, just by the nature of the universe, that he will sooner or later sink back into the reactive mind.
Clear is total erasure of the reactive mind and thus is a stable state, not subject to relapse.
www.auditing.org /13-clear.htm   (528 words)

  
 An Essay on Scientology, by David Carter   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Scientology goes on past this point (although there are many Scientology processes before the clear state is reached) and deals with the liberation of the spirit (called OT levels).
This is their chronic tone level and Scientology auditing and training is said to have the effect of raising the person on the tone scale.
Since leaving Scientology I have been able to put my life back in shape (a feat which is impossible according to 'church' propaganda) and am now completely disaffected with the organisation which I am convinced is a shameless fraud.
www.amazing.com /scientology/carter.html   (6557 words)

  
 The Watchman Expositor: Scientology Profile
Scientology's methodology and beliefs have led them into a long history of criminal and civil actions and convictions.
Once the engram is openly expressed by the pre-clear (Scientology student), then "Auditing gets rid of unwanted barriers that inhibit, stop or blunt a person's natural abilities as well as gradiently increasing the abilities a person has so that he becomes more able and his survival, happiness and intelligence increase enormously.
It is the purpose of Scientology, through its auditing efforts to rid the thetan of all engrams so that in turn that thetan, who now possesses a new educational perspective on reality, as a result of the auditing, may advance to a higher state of being or Clear.
www.watchman.org /profile/sientpro.htm   (2058 words)

  
 Scientology expert on 'clear evidence'
SCIENTOLOGY / L. Below are actual convictions of some governmental offense by L. Ron Hubbard or the Church of Scientology or someone acting in their capacity as a member of the Church of Scientology.
Scientology was found guilty of libelling Casey Hill, the prosecutor responsible for bringing Scientology to justice for its egregious illegal acts in Canada.
Scientology itself and three Scientology executives were found guilty of breach of public trust in a case involving the theft of information from government offices.
www.skeptictank.org /nl/nutl359.htm   (2494 words)

  
 Clams, Xenu and the Wall of Fire
Scientology is officially a religion (according to the IRS anyway) but most call it a cult.
Scientology is an organization (more precisely, as you will see, dozens of interconnected organizations) which sells services like classes on given topics, hires people in exchange for classes, has a definite body of knowledge, helps people on the path to enlightenment, and thru various front groups, helps society's progress.
Scientology was basically an extension of the practice of Dianetics, with the basics of the organizational and doctrinal structure that we know today.
www.objectivethought.com /articles/scientology.html   (6830 words)

  
 Scientology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
The Founder of the Church of Scientology is Lafayette Ronald Hubbard (1911-1986), born in Tilden, Nebraska on 1911-MAR-13.
Scientology "auditing" is a unique form of personal counseling intended to help an individual look at his own existence and improve their ability to confront what and where they are.
At the request of the widow of a follower of Scientology, a 5 year investigation was conducted by a French court into the organization's beliefs, practices, global structure and finances.
www.chaplaincare.navy.mil /Scientology.htm   (3792 words)

  
 SCIENTOLOGY
Bezazian spends her time informing as many people as possible that the abuses of Scientology can destroy lives and that it is built on lies told solely for the purpose of enriching a small elite group who run the organization.
Scientologist doctors recommend that all thetans who want to be clear and disease free undergo a regimen of proper auditing and constant expulsion of liquid assets of at least $300,000 in order to drain completely their minds (and bank accounts).
Scientology is the No. 1 religion in the world, as it holds the current world record for filing more lawsuits in one single day than many churches have filed in their entire histories.
www.wittenburgdoor.com /archives/bezazian.html   (6941 words)

  
 Scientology, Scientologists, What Scientologists Believe, About Scientology -- Beliefnet.com
Scientology considers the belief in a God or gods as something personal and therefore offers no specific dogma.
Salvation is achieved through the practices and techniques of Scientology, the ultimate goal of which is to realize one's true nature as an immortal spirit, a thetan.
Scientology strongly favors the use of their methodology for spiritual/mental healing over the use of conventional treatment.
www.beliefnet.com /story/80/story_8057_1.html   (449 words)

  
 David John Carter - An Essay on Scientology
This is a basic belief of Scientology and Hubbard devised the OT (Operating Thetan) levels to take the Thetan back to its native state.
Scientology teaches that the opposite is true; Jim dislikes Mary because of what Jim has done to Mary.
Since Scientology is thought to be the only true hope for the individual, anyone who is opposed to it must have committed overts against it and will not be able to function as a true Scientologist until they have been honest and admitted to all of their overts.
www.daisy.freeserve.co.uk /djcarter.htm   (7035 words)

  
 Narconon Exposed: Narconon & Scientology: Doctrines   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
A cornerstone of Scientology belief is the proposition that a person consists of three distinct entities - a mind, a body and a spiritual being called a "thetan".
It is less clear whether Narconon's students are subjected to the full rigours of Ethics, although the fact that they are taught to "apply" it suggests strongly that they are.
The Church of Scientology claims to be attempting to reverse a perceived moral decline in society; its critics charge that The Way To Happiness is a Trojan horse for covertly introducing Scientology into secular contexts such as schools, or simply to raise L. Ron Hubbard's profile.
www-2.cs.cmu.edu /~dst/Narconon/doctrines.htm   (6147 words)

  
 Scientology Auditing: Spiritual Counseling for a Better Life
Scientology auditing is a unique form of personal spiritual counseling which helps people look at their own existence and improves their ability to confront what they are and where they are.
An auditor is a minister or minister-in-training of a church of Scientology.
Without Scientology I would have had to just sit back and do nothing for my mother in her time of need.” — B.D. “I’m free to be who I want to be and not care about what people say.
www.auditing.org   (1243 words)

  
 Scientology: The State of Clear
Clear is the name of a specific state achieved through
A Clear is able to deal causatively with life rather than react to it.
A Clear is rational in that he forms the best possible solutions he can with the data he has and from his own viewpoint.
www.scientology.org /en_US/religion/catechism/pg039.html   (318 words)

  
 Hollywood Unmasked - Tom Cruise
Scientology is among the richest and most powerful of contemporary cults, claiming more than seven million members.
One famous celebrity involved with Scientology that Scientology does not boast about, talk about, or probably even wants you to know about is Charles Manson, the convicted murderer of Sharon Tate and her friends.
Further, Scientology is a "Johnny come lately" religion which has denied truths and sought to conform others to it's "new" slant on life.
www.goodfight.org /hwtcruise.html   (2367 words)

  
 A Whistle Blows and a Light Turns On
The Church of Scientology is not well known but I bet lots of you have seen indications of it.
The Church of Scientology is perhaps most famous for its reaction to critics.
Scientology's early efforts to 'handle' the Internet as told by Jeff - who was threatened with being raided recently.
www.planetkc.com /sloth/sci/sci_index.html   (3505 words)

  
 Operation Clambake presents: What is Scientology?
The Church of Scientology is a vicious and dangerous cult that masquerades as a religion.
Scientology is a confused concoction of crackpot, dangerously applied psychotherapy, oversimplified, idiotic and inapplicable rules and ideas and science-fiction drivel that is presented to its members (at the "advanced" levels) as profound spiritual truth.
The science fiction content of Scientology is revealed to them after they have reached the state they call "Clear", meaning freed from the aberrations of the mind.
www.xenu.net /roland-intro.html   (1700 words)

  
 Cost to go Clear in Scientology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
The Church of Scientology commonly insists on the Purif (Purification Rundown) and some are certainly the better for it.
Pleae note, again, that the cost of going Clear varies from individual and no auditor accepting a new person through FZAOINT is bound by this estimated cost and the number of hours required can vary considerably.
That is Scientology (and Dianetics) as practiced by persons who believe in the workability of the spiritual technology (auditing) developed by L. Ron Hubbard, but who wish to follow those beliefs free from the purview of the Church of Scientology.
www.fzaoint.net /cost.html   (1609 words)

  
 Scientology expert on 'after Clear'
To achieve "clear," the person has "cognition" that one's problems have been "mocked up" by oneself due to one's "reactive mind." One's unhealthy and inappropreate -reaction- to that which one has "pulled in" causes conflict and anxiety.
This is close to the Stoic's philosophy of accepting that which one cannot change, only the Stoic's taught (correctly!) that a very large part of life's events are due to circumstances totally out of their control and thus there is no guilt or responsibility they need feel or address for those events.
Anyhow, "clear" is when one makes that "cognition." When one "goes clear," one often experences a dissasociated state.
www.skeptictank.org /nl/nutl264.htm   (1134 words)

  
 Scientology Lies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
January 30 - February 2, 2005: The Buffalo News runs a special report on the influence of the Church of Scientology on Buffalo, New York, focusing on the Jeremy Perkins case and the involvement and subsequent departure of a local family, the Dunnings.
Scientology lies to Scientologists, and Scientology lies to the rest of the world.
Scientology itself, the corporation, was convicted in Canada of breach of the public trust for an organized conspiracy to break into government offices.
www.scientology-lies.com   (1000 words)

  
 About State of Clear Success Stories - Scientology and New Era Dianetics
Having recently achieved the state of Clear, everything around me is so calm and my awareness of the environment and life itself has expanded tremendously.
Since achieving the state of Clear, I notice that my family and friends are doing far better as well, and I am much more capable of helping them.
Achieving the state of Clear released me from the barriers of life and left me with a definite sense of freedom.
www.neweradianetics.org.uk /page08.htm   (910 words)

  
 SIDEBAR: Why Christians Object to Scientology - Christianity Today Magazine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
"And their end is to overcome the world with Scientology." Branch believes this contributes to a warped view of ethics in which anything that advances the goals of Scientology is permissible.
One Scientology policy, Fair Game, says a "suppressive" person who is an enemy of the church "may be deprived of property or injured by any means by any Scientologist without any discipline of the Scientologist.
But as you progress in Scientology, it becomes clear that you cannot remain both a Christian and a Scientologist," Branch says.
www.christianitytoday.com /ct/2000/010/8.93.html   (687 words)

  
 Scientology: Be drug-free and Think Clearly?
These substances put you in a condition which not only prohibits and destroys your physical health, but prevents any stable advancement in mental or spiritual well-being.
Like a fresh stream of crystal clear water, the Scientology Purification Program gets rid of the devastating effects of drugs and toxins so they no longer block your clear thinking and enthusiasm for life.
Locate the Church of Scientology closest to you and find out how to start the Purification Program immediately.
www.thinkclearly.org   (122 words)

  
 Independent Guide to Scientology and Dianetics and L. Ron Hubbard's Standard Technology by Clearbird Publishing   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Scientology, Dianetics, L. Ron Hubbard, Standard Tech, Book One, E-meter, Happiness Rundown, Purification Rundown, etc. are trademarked words owned by L. Ron Hubbard's estate and heirs (RTC, CST) and are as a rule not used in this publication.
The Road to Clear is an independent presentation of L. Ron Hubbard's Standard Tech of Scientology and Dianetics and does not violate any law within copyright or trademark as covered in length under 'About Clearbird'.
Clearbird is independent of organizational and financial interests of Church of Scientology, the Sea Organization, etc. It is an independent textbook in the subjects of Scientology and Dianetics made available to the online community totally legally based upon Clearbird Publishing's copyrights.not affiliated with Church of Scientology or the official Dianetics organizations.
clerbird.bravehost.com   (1297 words)

  
 Church of Scientology New York: Clear Body, Clear Mind   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Pesticides, solar radiation, drug and environmental toxins have become increasingly pervasive in today’s society.
I found it so interesting that I began the program at the Church of Scientology.
© 2004-2005 Church of Scientology of New York.
www.scientology-newyork.org /en_US/introservice/books/cbcm.html   (234 words)

  
 How long does it take to go Clear? : Scientology: Clears and Thetans information from Answerbag   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Clears, Thetans, and the process of becoming each
Index » Social sciences » Religions » Religions A - Z » Scientology » Clears and Thetans
It varies from person to person, but it takes an average of anywhere from one year to two years to go from the bottom of the Grade Chart through Clear, depending on how much time one spends each week on his auditing.
www.answerbag.com /q_view.php/1199   (191 words)

  
 The Road to Xenu   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Note: "Margery" is a fictionalized character whose story combines Wakefield's own experiences with those of other Scientologists.
Margery wrote the first part of the book (The Road to Xenu), and I wrote the second part (Social Control in Scientology).
We decided that the two parts complemented each other, so we published them together in one volume which we first released at the 1991 Cult Awareness Network conference in Oklahoma City.
www.cs.cmu.edu /~dst/Library/Shelf/xenu   (232 words)

  
 About The State of Clear - Scientology and New Era Dianetics
About The State of Clear - Scientology and New Era Dianetics
When a person attains the state of Clear
he is entitled to wear the Clear bracelet.
www.neweradianetics.org.uk /page05.htm   (539 words)

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