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 L. Ron Hubbard - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ron Hubbard, was a prolific and controversial American author and the founder of Dianetics and Scientology.
Hubbard's private behavior became the subject of unflattering headlines when Sara filed for divorce late in 1950, citing the fact that Hubbard was, unknown to her, still married to his first wife at the time he married Sara.
Hubbard insisted that humanity was imperiled by such forces, which were the result of negative memories (or "engrams") stored in the unconscious or "reactive" mind, some of which have been carried by the immortal thetans for billions of years.
www.sugarland.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/L._Ron_Hubbard   (2922 words)

  
 Dianetics
But you must take L. Ron Hubbard's word for it.
It is "wet, uncomfortable and unprotected" (Hubbard, 130).
Hubbard has discovered what none before him has seen and yet his description of this "reverie" is of a man sitting down and telling another man his troubles (Hubbard, 168).
www.skepdic.com /dianetic.html   (2211 words)

  
 Hubbard College of Administration    FAQs - About L. Ron Hubbard
What is the relationship of the College to L. Ron Hubbard?
Hubbard is the founder of Dianetics and Scientology.
Hubbard’s administrative technology which is widely applicable to, and used by, businesses, groups of all kinds and, even, governments.
www.hubbardcollege.org /faqs/faqs_aboutlrh.html   (216 words)

  
 Open Directory - Arts: Literature: Genres: Science Fiction: Authors: H: Hubbard, L. Ron
Ron Hubbard, Letters and Journals - Presented in this publication is a significant selection of correspondence from the literary life of L. Ron Hubbard.
Ron Hubbard - Poet/Lyricist - Contains 65 poems, lyrics and ballads written by L. Ron Hubbard - 53 of them never before published each of them presented with historical notes and details.
ISFDB: L. Ron Hubbard - Bibliography of L. Ron Hubbard's fiction.
dmoz.org /Arts/Literature/Genres/Science_Fiction/Authors/H/Hubbard,_L._Ron   (380 words)

  
 Open Directory - Society: Religion and Spirituality: Scientology: Hubbard, L. Ron
Ron Hubbard, the Founder of Scientology - A brief biography and summary of the achievements of American philosopher, writer and founder of the Church of Scientology.
Ron Hubbard and Scientology - An annotated bibliographical survey of primary and selected secondary literature by and about Hubbard, compiled by Marco Frenschkowski of the University of Mainz, Germany.
Ron Hubbard Spiritual Pioneer - L. Ron Hubbard wrote: 'I like to help others and count it as my greatest pleasure in life to see a person free himself of the shadows which darken his days.' This web site contains a biography of L. Ron Hubbard.
dmoz.org /Society/Religion_and_Spirituality/Scientology/Hubbard,_L._Ron   (246 words)

  
 Operation Clambake - The Inner Secrets Of Scientology
The biography of L. Ron Hubbard describes a man who was incapable of telling the truth; a pathological liar who hated and despised humanity.
Young handled public relations and the media for L. Ron Hubbard and his Scientology empire for 20 years.
However, most of these claims originate from L. Ron Hubbard and are only verified by L. Ron Hubbard himself.
www.xenu.net   (1574 words)

  
 Messiah_or_Madman.txt
At L. Ron Hubbard's home, a large Georgian manor on a 40-acre estate in the rolling green countryside of Sussex, England, hundreds of eager students were attending the Saint Hill Special Briefing Course.
His name is on her birth certificate.) This attempt to get L. Ron Hubbard's daughter by his second mar- riage to attest that Hubbard's son is her real father was the latest in a long series of often shockingly successful cover-ups.
First, the body of L. Ron Hubbard was sound and strong and fully capable of serving this Mighty Thetan [Scientology word for Spiritual Being] for many years, had that suited his purpose.
www.clambake.org /archive/books/mom/Messiah_or_Madman.txt   (21006 words)

  
 Scientology: Martin's Booklist
Ron Hubbard, to say the least." he is quoted as saying.
(Note: L. Ron Hubbard Jr.'s name was taken off this edition for legal reasons.) A new 1996 edition includes an index; Brian Ambry organized and wrote the update and addendum sections for this new edition and the 1992 edition.
Also see the section on books by Hubbard, as many of them contain some biographical or auto-biographical material as well, such as "Ron the Writer", and the short, inaccurate, and deceptive biographies often included in the other books by Hubbard.
www-2.cs.cmu.edu /~dst/Library/hunt-booklist.html   (21006 words)

  
 An Introduction to Scientology: What Is Scientology?
The second broadcast, in 1985, took a look at L. Ron Hubbard's life and included an interview with Heber Jentzsch, the president of the organization; Scientology sued 60 Minutes after this show was aired and apparently obtained a court injunction permanently barring it from being shown again in the United States.
Jeff Jacobsen is an Internet activist and former member of the United Pentecostal Church who has done extensive research into the backgrounds of Scientology, Dianetics, and L. Ron Hubbard.
Ron Hubbard by a British reporter in 1968, entitled The Shrinking World of L. Ron Hubbard.)
www.modemac.com /cos/cos1.html   (21006 words)

  
 Messiah_or_Madman.txt
His name is on her birth certificate.) This attempt to get L. Ron Hubbard's daughter by his second mar- riage to attest that Hubbard's son is her real father was the latest in a long series of often shockingly successful cover-ups.
At L. Ron Hubbard's home, a large Georgian manor on a 40-acre estate in the rolling green countryside of Sussex, England, hundreds of eager students were attending the Saint Hill Special Briefing Course.
Ron Hubbard completed everything he set out to do and more.
www.clambake.org /archive/books/mom/Messiah_or_Madman.txt   (21006 words)

  
 Ron
Ron Hubbard The drug rehabilitation methods of L. Ron Hubbard are presently employed in some seventy nations and credited with the salvation of a hundred thousand terminal addicts.
Ron Hubbard L. Ron Hubbard, as one of this centuryĆ­s most prolific and influential authors of fiction, left us a significant collection of verse.
Ron Hubbard the Humanitarian: Drugs and Their Effect on Health and Life.
warwickkevin.filakevin.com /ron   (816 words)

  
 William L. Marcus, toxicologist, and the Purification Rundown
The famous 1991 Time magazine article on Scientology says although he thinks that "L. Ron Hubbard is a bona fide genius", Marcus "is a non- Scientologist".
Ron Hubbard was a true Renaissance man - philosopher, scientist, writer and artist."
Here's the real giveaway: On the website of the Virgil Field Group (a team of "mobile ministers" [sic] - Scientologists, of course - in the western US), Marcus is again quoted as describing L. Ron Hubbard in glowing terms, but his quote - and only his quote - carries a little credit below it:
www.holysmoke.org /narconon/narconon-tox.htm   (816 words)

  
 non-scientologist access faq
Ron Lafayette Hubbard, the American found of the sect, was condemned to four years imprisonment and a fine of 35,000 francs (a little over $7,000).
Ron Hubbard Messiah or Madman_ is now available in trade paperback.
Ron Hubbard, which was published in my book DREAM MAKERS vol II, now out of print.
www.faqs.org /faqs/scientology/skeptic/access-faq   (816 words)

  
 Scientology: How heirs lost a $400 million inheritance
Mary Sue Hubbard was L. Ron's third wife, with whom he had children Diana, Quentin (deceased), Suzette, and Arthur.
J: Now after [L. Ron Hubbard] passed, I was there when Mary Sue Hubbard was made to sign an agreement -- I do believe it was $100,000 -- to relinquish any kind of claim on the copyrights, or trademarks, or bank accounts, or anything to do with the Scientology fortune.
Soon after L. Ron Hubbard's death, Miscavige approached Hubbard's elderly widow, Mary Sue Hubbard, during her recovery from lung cancer surgery, as well as the Hubbard children.
www.factnet.org /Scientology/400_inheritance.html?FACTNet   (2044 words)

  
 L. Ron Hubbard, The Poet/Lyricist (Poems by L. Ron Hubbard)
Ron Hubbard, The Poet/Lyricist (Poems by L. Ron Hubbard)
Ron Hubbard, as one of this century’s most prolific and influential authors of fiction, left us a significant collection of verse.
Read more about L. Ron Hubbard and his accomplishments as a poet in this web site.
www.ronthepoet.org   (97 words)

  
 1960th
After admitting that he had never met L. Ron Hubbard, nor, indeed, ever set eyes on him, Dax proceeded to practise the kind of remote diagnosis common to his profession, and pronounced the founder of Scientology to be a person of unsound mind, suffering from paranoid schizophrenia.
L. Ron Hubbard resigned from the Board of Directors and post of Executive Director of Scientology organizations to continue his writing and research.
The directors were L. Ron Hubbard, described as expedition supervisor, and Mary Sue Hubbard, the company secretary.
www.ronsorg.nl /history/1960th.htm   (15296 words)

  
 Operation Clambake - The Inner Secrets Of Scientology
The biography of L. Ron Hubbard describes a man who was incapable of telling the truth; a pathological liar who hated and despised humanity.
Inside the cult, L. Ron Hubbard is attributed with a fantastic past and incredible insight.
However, most of these claims originate from L. Ron Hubbard and are only verified by L. Ron Hubbard himself.
www.xenu.net   (1584 words)

  
 st-pete-times-12.79
Ron Hubbard and Mary Sue Hubbard, his wife, as the sole signatories.
Though relations between the Church of Scientology and the government had been strained for most of the 13 years since L. Ron Hubbard created the new religion, that incident marked the first formal action against the church by the government.
Ron Stuart was the managing editor, Mike Pride the city editor and Steve Advokat a reporter for the Clearwater Sun; Nan McLean was a disaffected church member.
www.xs4all.nl /~kspaink/cos/rnewman/media/st-pete-times-12.79   (1584 words)

  
 RI-463i 'Mary Sue Hubbard Rehabilitated by Koos'
Ron [LRH, L. Ron Hubbard] is confusing his own self-determinism with 'determining the life of others', AND he is very strongly trying to prevent others from looking at him.
Where she lives." [Mary Sue Hubbard-Whipp, the wife of L. Ron Hubbard.
She played a major role in Scientology and in helping L. Ron Hubbard.] [Auditor:] [Is what you NOW say, correct?] What intentionally false data are you giving RIGHT NOW on that subject?
www.insolitology.com /topten/koostrenite/ri-463i.htm   (680 words)

  
 Hubbard
Ron Hubbard Jr., L. Ron Hubbard's son and a critic of Scientology
Ron Hubbard, science fiction writer and creator of the Scientology religion and Church of Scientology
Hubbard Glacier is a large freshwater glacier in Alaska and Yukon.
www.worldhistory.com /wiki/H/Hubbard.htm   (680 words)

  
 Preach The Word - Strongholds Of Satan Pt2: Christian Science and Scientology
Ron Hubbard Jr., that is Ron Hubbard senior's eldest son, who came to change his name because he was so ashamed of the con-tricks of his father, claimed to a Newsweek reporter in 1982: 'My father claimed that his theories relating to Scientology were based on 30 years of case histories and research.
Miller: "Ron Hubbard was a charlatan, a liar, a confidence trickster, a thief.
At the age of 54 years, Mary Baker Eddy wrote this book, because she - and this is so important when we're studying cults, realise this characteristic in the founder of false cults and confusing faiths - she claimed to be the final revelation of God to humankind.
www.preachtheword.co.uk /transcripts/cults02.html   (680 words)

  
 Study Technology - L. Ron Hubbard: Study Tech
Ron Hubbard recognized the failings of modern education and training in 1950, many years before educational horror stories began to make headlines.
In a project done in Brixton, England (a suburb of London), 8 to 13 year-old students were put through a specially prepared course in reading skills based on the study technology of L. Ron Hubbard.
Hubbard developed a precise technology on how to learn any subject – a technology that ensures a person will not only fully grasp what he is studying, but proficiently apply what he has studied in work or in life.
www.studytechnology.org /10-workb.htm   (864 words)

  
 David Miscavige, Master of Ceremonies - Annual Tribute Draws Record Numbers
Ron Hubbard’s methods, noting there were many, many such stories that could be told.
Ron Hubbard, offered the audience a sense of what continues to flow from Mr.
David Miscavige Opening Address for L. Ron Hubbard's Birthday 1994
www.freedommag.org /english/cw/iss13/page04.htm   (535 words)

  
 David Miscavige Opening Address for L. Ron Hubbard's Birthday 1994
I can think of no better place to celebrate L. Ron Hubbard’s birthday than here in Clearwater, Florida, where the application of his legacy is more evident than anywhere else on earth.
David Miscavige on L. Ron Hubbard's Birthday 2002
David Miscavige Opening Address for L. Ron Hubbard's Birthday 1994
tribute.lronhubbard.org /to/speeches/lrhbd94   (204 words)

  
 Operation Clambake and ronthenut.org present: Ron the Nut
Probably one of the funniest claims ever made by the madman is his claim of being a "nuclear physicist." Hubbard took one semester of nuclear physics, and received an "F" grade.
As such, Mister Hubbard was constantly trying to purchase glory and recognition when he had the funds to make the attempt, or stole that recognition by lying and deceiving when money wasn't enough.
After that time, more and more people who worked for Hubbard observed him getting worse as the years passed.
clambake.org /archive/ronthenut   (1565 words)

  
 Locus Online: Index to Reviews in Locus Magazine
Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future Volume IX (Dec 1993, Mark R. Kelly)
Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future Volume VIII (Nov 1992, Mark R. Kelly)
Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future Volume XIV (Feb 1999, Mark R. Kelly)
www.locusmag.com /Indexes/Page60.html   (1565 words)

  
 st-pete-times-12.79
Founder L. Ron Hubbard was not indicted by the grand jury which charged his wife and the other 10 Scientologists, but he was named a co- conspirator.
L. Ron Hubbard, church founder and commodore, had come ashore in Clearwater.
Ron Stuart was the managing editor, Mike Pride the city editor and Steve Advokat a reporter for the Clearwater Sun; Nan McLean was a disaffected church member.
www.xs4all.nl /~kspaink/cos/rnewman/media/st-pete-times-12.79   (1565 words)

  
 RI-293i 'Mary Sue Hubbard Confronts her Husband'
LFBD-F/Nind Mary Sue Hubbard" Koos Nolst Trenite - Ron's Inspector Copyright 1995 by Koos Nolst Trenite references: RI-293i 'Mary Sue Hubbard confronts her husband' of 16 Oct 1995 RI-294i 'How Diana Hubbard allowed her father's suicide' 16 Oct 95 RI-297i 'Heber Jentzsch (Pres.
16 October 1995 issued 8 Nov 1995 RI-293i 'Mary Sue Hubbard Confronts her Husband' from Ron's Inspector Message # RI-293i for Internet Mary Sue Hubbard on 16 Oct 1995, 20:25 GMT [Auditor:] At what exact moment did LRH [L. Ron Hubbard] become a suppressive, and why did you not remedy it?
LFBD [Mary Sue:] "At the moment [where] he decided to NOT counter-attack the government authorities that had pushed through a prison sentence for me and other Guardian Office staff." [Auditor:] Why did you not remedy it?
www.insolitology.com /topten/koostrenite/ri-293i.htm   (327 words)

  
 [CTRL] Government Theft of Religious Copyrights
But the documents being sought by the Guardian's Office were never released; the FBI raided the church's offices in July of 1977, and the federal government filed criminal charges accusing Mary Sue Hubbard and the Guardian's Office of "criminal spying"--a strange irony.
This opened the way for a new senior corporation, "Church of Spiritual Technology" (CST), doing business as the "L. Ron Hubbard Library." It was set up in 1982--right after the Supreme Court had upheld Mary Sue Hubbard's conviction--for the express purpose of gaining receivership and control of L. Ron Hubbard's copyrights.
The evidence is that the program secretly utilized Scientology techniques-- intellectual property of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard--without Hubbard's or any Scientology organization's knowledge or permission, and without compensation.
www.mail-archive.com /ctrl@listserv.aol.com/msg49708.html   (1002 words)

  
 Codicil - 1983
I, LAFAYETTE RONALD HUBBARD, also known as L. RON HUBBARD, hereby publish and } declare this to be the First Codicil to my Last Will and Testament ("Will"), which was made, published and declared by me on May 10, 1982.
Each of us observed the signing of this First Codicil by LAFAYETTE RON HUBBARD and by each other subscribing witnesses and knows that each signature is the true signature of the person whose name was signed.
RON HUBBARD, Jr., also known as NIBS HUBBARD, also known as RONALD DEWOLF, it being my intention to disinherit my son and his issue.
home.earthlink.net /~snefru/deathoflrh/1983.html   (1002 words)

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