Wednesday, 4 May 2011

Osama Bin Laden is dead.

You may well wonder why I bring this up?

There is nothing quite like taking your own topic off topic, but Osama's death got me thinking.

Osama Bin Laden is dead, so too is L. Ron Hubbard, but it didn't stop Scientology and I dare say it will not stop Al Khieda.

Interesting to note, Osama Bin Laden was buried at sea very quickly. L. Ron Hubbard's body was also disposed of very quickly.I read an interesting article by the BBC about how it is prudent to not have a official burial place for martyrs of a cause. This sounds in practise a good idea.

Around the world at this point in time there are hundreds of Scientology centers, according to the official Scientology websites these are popping up on a regular basis. These shrines to L.Ron Hubbard also come complete with a bronze bust of the man himself, and an office dedicated to L. Ron. I have heard Scientologists state this was when he was alive and it was thought he could come by at any time.He has been dead since 1986, so it seems strange in view of the strong beliefs held by Scientologists that he has not come back yet to reclaim his rightful place. I can only hope that when he does come back, it will be declared with as much pomp and ceremony as the opening of the ideal orgs. I am sure I can speak for many on this, when he does come back there are many of us that have a lot to say to him with regards the punishments and forced disconnection of families. Which one of you scientologists will stand up and be counted as being the reincarnation of L. Ron Hubbard? No takers? I thought not.

What is true for you is what you have observed yourself. And, when you have lost that, you have lost everything. --L. Ron Hubbard

Some interesting commentry about Scientology from both celebrity scientologists and Brian Seymor and not forgetting Scientology spokesperson Tommy Davis.

Some home truths from Tory Magoo; Tory meets Julius Ceaser.

And, a final video on Xenu.

What is true for you is true, that is, until it's proven to be a lie.

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