Scientology: The Fundamentals of Thought

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Hubbard Association of Scientologists International, 1956 - Dianetics - 64 pages
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For thousands of years Man has searched, pondered and speculated about the true "meaning of life." But, in Scientology, that search has culminated — for the secret has now been discovered. Based on precision Axioms (self-evident truths), these are the answers — answers you’ve been looking for, answers that work. Here, then, is the Basic Book on the Theory and Practice of Scientology, with discoveries embracing every aspect of life.

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No I didn't really read it ... I tried to read it ... more than twice. There are no ideas here, only words. Read full review

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User Review  - Matthew Brand - Goodreads

Just garbage. Poorly written and concepts are self-important drivel that don't actually say anything. Here's a prime example sentence: "In Scientology, the word 'postulate' means to cause a ... Read full review

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About the author (1956)

L. Ron Hubbard is the founder of Scientology. He has described his philosophies in more than 5,000 writings, including dozens of books, and three thousand tape recorded lectures. Those who regularly employ his teachings to improve themselves and help their fellows come from all walks of life. The universal acclaim for the man — including thousands of awards and recognitions from individuals and groups and the unprecedented popularity of his works among all people — is but one indicator of the effectiveness of his technologies. More importantly, there are millions of people around the world who consider they have no greater friend.

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