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 Purification Rundown - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Purification Rundown, known as "The Purif" within Scientology, is a program used by the Church of Scientology which, according to the church, results in detoxification, and was developed by Scientology's founder L.
Today, Scientology promotes the Purification Rundown to the public as a "detoxification" program, while it also works with allegedly non-religious but Scientology-affiliated groups such as Narconon to offer this program as a treatment for addiction and high levels of stress.
Doses of vitamins are monitored, and are adjusted during the course of the rundown. /wiki/Purification_Rundown   (1016 words)

 Cult AP picks up NY Times story about Scientology-related program and NYC Firemen
The "treatment" is provided by Downtown Medical, located in lower Manhattan, which provides Scientology's "purification rundown" for the detoxification of FDNY firemen and others that worked at Ground Zero.
Well, other than the obvious connection that the NY clinic clearly uses the very same Hubbard/Scientology method of treatment commonly called the "purification rundown," there are other links.
"FASE was originally created to put Scientology covertly into schools and government, to give the Purification Rundown [the treatment used by the Downtown Medical on firemen] an air of respectability," said a former high-ranking church insider. /archives/000676.html   (1607 words)

 Home Page
Services relating to Scientology religious philosophy are delivered throughout the world exclusively be licensees of the Church of Scientology International with the permission of Religious Technology Center, holder of the SCIENTOLOGY and DIANETICS trademarks.
and FALSE PURPOSE RUNDOWN are trademarks and service marks owned by Religious Technology Center and are used with its permission.

 Scientology Unmasked - Scientology reaches into schools through Narconon
The Purification Rundown and the detox treatment costs about $ 1,200 at the Church of Scientology in Boston, which uses a sauna in the basement of its Beacon Street building near the Charles River.
Further, the church as a whole makes no secret that the Purification Rundown is a first step onto its "Bridge to Total Freedom." The Purification method is clearly marked on the "Bridge" in a 1994 edition of the church's introductory textbook "The Scientology Handbook" in the Boston Public Library's collection.
International in Los Angeles, said in an interview with the Heraldthat the Purification Rundown saved his life by ridding his body of radiation sickness that he contracted from exposure to nuclear testing in Utah when he was a child. /s04a06.html   (2350 words)

 A first look at Scientology's Criminon And Narconon
That's part of the plan: Implement what the Church of Scientology calls their "purification rundown" which is a religious ritual involving dangerous amounts of niacin and equally dangerous durations of steam in saunas.
The Church of Scientology believes that their "purification rundown" removes toxins, (which includes radiation!) from animal tissue and they feed their victims amazing amounts of oil (to "replace" body fat, they believe) and other vitamins -- all based upon the religious teachings of their Messiah L. Ron Hubbard.
As far as the "purification rundown" is concerned, that's part of what Criminon inflicts upon prisoners who are in for drug related offenses or for prisoners who have a history of drug use. /criminon.htm   (1770 words)

 Scientology: Books and Materials of 1980
Following on the release of the Purification Rundown in December of 1979, the new Scientology Drug Rundown was announced, using Scientology auditing techniques to relieve the mental and spiritual ravages of drugs.
Another new OT level the OT -- Drug Rundown (New OT IV) -- was also released in January 1980.
The HCOBs describing how to run this new level were released on 29 January 1980 to auditors who had done all of the prerequisites. /therapie/sc/lrhbook/80.html   (521 words)

 A program for those who need a little more help - paxilprogress
I believe their centers have a detox program called the "Purification Rundown" and is connected with Scientology.
The purification rundown can be done at any scientology center.
There's a book about the purification rundown called "Clear body clear mind" or something to that effect. /forums/showthread.php?t=6861   (338 words)

 Christ Implant - Anti-Scientology, Anti-religion, Anti-jingoism
Using this information, the emotional induction is begun, trying to tempt someone into the grasp of Scientology using promises that Scientology can help someone correct the issues of this "ruin".
"Those on the 'Purification Rundown' take extremely high doses of vitamens and minerals, and combine running and sauna treatment for five hours each day.
Such high doses of vitamens can create various physiological reactions, including drug-like experiences... /christimplant/music.htm   (212 words)

 All Sides of the Story
Description of the Scientology Religion - A brief rundown of the main beliefs of the Scientology
Purification Rundown Procedure - Solution to drug dependency through the elimination of drug and biochemical residues in the body; developed by L. Ron Hubbard.
Study Technology - L. Ron Hubbard's research and on the subject of study. /scientology/links.html   (392 words)

 The Purification Rundown -reported in IF magazine l998
The "purification rundown" was invented by L. Ron Hubbard, a popular science fictions writer who founded the "Church" of Scientology in Los Angeles in 1954.
Another questionable aspect of the rundown is the intake of oils or what the "Church" calls the "Have-Waste Theory." By consuming clean oils or fats, the theory goes, people could replace older fatty tissues, which Hubbard believed contained toxins from drugs.
During that time, he had undergone what is called the "purification rundown," a regimen that the "Church" claims will "assist in releasing and flushing out of the body the accumulated toxic residue which may be lodged in the tissues." /narconon/narconon-whitefield.htm   (2134 words)

 Pasco: Store selling Scientology vitamin regimen raises concerns
Although Pure Health does not advertise any connection with the church, the purification rundown is a trademarked service of Scientology that can only be offered with the consent of the church.
The purification rundown, rather than prompting scrutiny, should be recognized as an important service that the store is offering to the public.
The treatment, called "purification rundown," is one of the first steps Scientologists take upon joining the church. /News/32899/Pasco/Store_selling_Sciento.html   (2115 words)

The Purification Rundown is a detoxification program which enables an individual to rid himself of drugs, toxins and other chemicals which lodge themselves in the body and create a biochemical barrier to spiritual well-being.
A person engaged in the Purification Rundown is closely monitored by specially trained personnel in conjunction with medical doctors to ensure that each aspect of the program is administered correctly and that the desired benefits are being attained.
The Purification Rundown is a major breakthrough by L. Ron Hubbard that has enabled hundreds of thousands to be freed from the harmful effects of drugs and toxins. /p_jpg/question/ref_1.htm   (6268 words)

 Scientology --- The Sweat Program & Purification Rundown - was Re: 1977
The first issue which called the program the Purification Rundown was the HCO Bulletin "The Purification Rundown Replaces the Sweat Program", released on December 4, 1979.
During this time period of my being on the Purification Rundown, ASHO was subjected to a situation handling mission from International management.
Before the Purification Rundown came into existence, there was a prior program called the Sweat Program. /cos/sweat-program.htm   (507 words)

 Cost to go Clear in Scientology
The Church of Scientology commonly insists on the Purif (Purification Rundown) and some are certainly the better for it.
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.
Disclaimer: This site is not in any way connected with the Church of Scientology. /cost.html   (1609 words)

 Scientologists asked to take NarCONon 'survey'
De A Date:02/13/2002 06:76 Dear OT 8-8008 Roger If you have been a Scientologist for three years or less, and if you have done the Purification Rundown, or are currently on the Purification Rundown, please take a few minutes to fill out the below survey.
Your data about what got you interested in doing the Purification Rundown will be utilized in a dissemination campaign designed to help introduce non-Scientologists to LRH's Purification Rundown technology.
If there were one thing you could say about what got you interested in doing the Purification Rundown, what would it be?} {5. /survy2.htm?FACTNet   (586 words)

SCIENTOLOGY, DIANETICS, L. RON HUBBARD, LRH and PURIFICATION RUNDOWN are trademarks and service marks owned by Religious Technology Center and are used with its permission.
The Purification Rundown life improvement procedure was developed by L. Ron Hubbard to wash away the effects of drugs and toxic residues in your body.
The Purification Rundown procedure acts like a fresh stream of water flushing out these residues so they no longer block your desire to think clearly and enthusiastically live with ever increasing spiritual vitality. /purif2.html   (284 words)

 Hubbard's dangerous Purification Rundown
Forward: For a systematic, detailed, professional exposure of Scientology's "Narconon" front group, visit the Narconon Exposed web site.
These are daily doses on the Purif "found to give best results", in addition to hours in a sauna, running, drinking oil, and an additional dosage of several cups of Calcium/Magnesium in solution. /dosages.htm   (239 words)

 The Dangers of Scientology
The Purification Rundown is an introductory Scientology service in which participants supposedly rid themselves of the lingering effects of drugs they've taken, including both medical and recreational drugs.
The Introspection Rundown is Scientology's treatment for psychosis.
It is not uncommon for children to do the Purification Rundown (I have spoken with a Scientologist who told me she did it when she was three years old), and the effects could be especially hard on their young bodies. /faq/society/dangerous.html   (814 words)

 Scientology Watch: the cult's activities in the UK
He referred to the purification rundown being promoted by Scientology as "a spurious medical programme which many drugs professionals are concerned about," and warned Londoners "not to be duped by their expensive campaigning".
If you want children to be informed about drugs, please do not consult Narconon as their hysterical warnings have zero credibility and they promote Hubbard "technology" as a fix for drug problems.
I would not be surprised to see a bile-filled piece attacking Ken's personality and history in the next issue of "Freedom", but I would be surprised to see any properly evidential response to the criticism of the purification treatment. /class/eecs281/proj2/large0/f00813   (1994 words)

 Cult A Scientology related program raises money using New York City firemen
The "purification rundown" used by the clinic is based upon the teachings of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard.
The "rundown" is also an essential component of Narconon; a Scientology related drug rehab program.
The "rundown" includes sweating out toxins in a sauna and large doses of niacin. /archives/000645.html   (530 words)

 Scientology :: Church's purification course unsafe - expert
Yesterday the court was told Ms Johnston had experienced a burning sensation as a result of participating in the purification rundown course and had been told this was a clearance of old sunburn.
He was giving evidence in the continuing action by Ms Mary Johnston (40), who operates a sports equipment centre at Westwood, Foxrock, Co Dublin, against the church and three members of its Dublin mission for alleged conspiracy, misrepresentation and breach of constitutional rights.
Mr Michael Cush SC, for Ms Johnston, submitted that the claims made by the church in its documents concerning the purification course were false and the risks involved many and varied. /archives/00002267.html   (478 words)

 Scientology Success - Ross O'Donoghue a Scientologist - find out what I have gained from Scientology...
*Purification Rundown: a special rundown (series of specific actions done on a case) designed to purify and clean out of one’s system the restimulative drug or chemical residues which could act to prevent case gain from Dianetics or Scientology processing.
I then found out about the Purification Program* which is available at the Church of Scientology.
I guess by handling the drug residues in my system this is what handled the side effects. /rossodonoghue/success.htm   (201 words)

 Scientology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
[1] Scientology also covers topics such as ethics and morality (The Way to Happiness), drug and chemical residues as they relate to spiritual wellbeing (the Purification Rundown), communication, marriage, raising children, dealing with work-related problems, educational matters (study technology), and the very nature of life (The Dynamics).
Scientology practices are structured in a certain form of series or levels, because Hubbard believed that rehabilitation takes place on a step-by-step basis; for example, that the bad effects of drugs should be addressed before other issues can be addressed.
A chief difference between Dianetics and Scientology is that Dianetics claims to focus on rehabilitating an individual's mind, giving him/her full conscious recall of his/her experiences while Scientology is more concerned with rehabilitating the human spirit. /wiki/Scientology   (7142 words)

 Hysterical Radiation and Bogus Science
This demonstrates that the Purification Rundown's application in the field of radiation is not merely a matter of encouraging spiritual gain, but is also intended to be a physical and psychological treatment as well.
The Purif is, however, still a key element of Scientology training: all Scientologists are compelled to undergo it at a fairly early stage.
He quickly convinced himself that the "Purif", as it became known, could wipe out drug addiction and radiation poisoning. /~dst/Cowen/essays/radiation.html   (9606 words)

 Purification Rundown Success Stories, Courtesy of Churches of Scientology in England
Purification Rundown Success Stories, Courtesy of Churches of Scientology in England
If you knew me before the PURIFICATION RUNDOWN you would know that this is an incredible change!
“There is not a person alive on Planet Earth who would not benefit from this incredible rundown. /route/page22a.htm   (338 words)

 The Path to Freedom - Tour - Church of Scientology New York
But the first step to increased spiritual awareness is the Purification Rundown, located on the sixth floor.
This activity plays such a vital role in the Scientology religion, the entire fourth floor is devoted to its delivery.
Here you address the spiritual effects of the accumulation of drugs and toxins in your body. /tour/pg004.html   (306 words)

 Narconon Exposed: Is Narconon Safe? - Dangerous detoxification
By far the most contentious element of the Narconon programme is the New Life Detoxification Program, Narconon's equivalent of the Scientology Purification Rundown.
This uses a combination of exercise (preferably running), lengthy periods in a sauna and massive doses of vitamins and nutritional supplements, notably niacin and oils.
All trademarks and service marks remain the properties of their respective owners. /~dst/Narconon/detox.htm   (818 words)

 OPC Information about Scientology in Germany
L. Ron HUBBARD, HCO Bulletin in "The Purification Rundown Series," Copenhagen, 1987.
[107] Children and young people can also be subjected to hours-long sauna sessions of the "Purification Rundown" that go on for weeks.
In doing this she spoke of auditing, of a question-answer problem test and of the Purification Course, which involved daily sessions in the sauna of from 3 to 5 hours. /cisar/books/bdwopc5.htm   (4306 words)

 My Way - Celebrity Gossip - New York Post
However, doctors say the "purification rundown" dreamed up by science fiction writer and Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard is worthless quackery consisting of sauna sweating, ingestion of cooking oil and large doses of niacin.
And the program could even be harmful, because Cruise and company advise everyone to stop taking their prescription medications or using inhalers, just as he criticized Brooke Shields for taking anti-depressants to relieve her postpartum depression.
David Prezant, the department's deputy chief medical officer, withdrew support for the Scientologist treatment because "he is not pleased when patients are advised to disobey doctors' orders. /celebgossip/pgsix/id/12_14_2005_1.html   (348 words)

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