If you like Scientology eBooks, then you'll love these top picks. The Religion of L. Ron Hubbard's Church of Scientology: The Cult of Tom Cruise, John Travolta, and Lisa-Marie Presley. Die wahre Geschichte eines netten jüdischen Knaben, der bei Scientology landete und zwölf Jahre. Luister naar 'Dianetics: The Original Thesis (Dutch)' door L. Ron Hubbard, verkrijgbaar bij Rakuten Kobo. Verteld door Golden Era Productions. Start vandaag. Copertina flessibile. EUR 17,00 · Dianetics. La forza del pensiero sul corpo Nuova serie; Lingua: Italiano; ISBN ; ISBN .
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A Queer and Pleasant Danger The true story of a nice Jewish boy who joins the Church of Scientology, and leaves twelve years later to become the lovely lady she is today by Kate Bornstein A stunningly original memoir of a nice Jewish boy who joined the Church of Scientology and left twelve years later, ultimately transitioning to a woman. A few years later, she stopped calling herself a woman and became famous as a gender outlaw.
Kate Bornstein—gender theorist, performance artist, author—is set to change lives with her compelling memoir. Wickedly funny and disarmingly honest, this Read more 3. Scientology and the AftermathLeah Remini has never been the type to hold her tongue. That willingness to speak her mind, stand her ground, and rattle the occasional cage has enabled Perfectly Clear Escaping Scientology and Fighting for the Woman I Love by Michelle LeClair and 1 more The revelatory memoir by former "poster girl for Scientology" Michelle LeClair about her defection from the Church, her newly accepted sexual identity, and the lengths to which Scientology went to silence it.
For years, Michelle LeClair, former President of Scientology's international humanitarian organization, tried to reconcile her sexual orientation with the anti-gay ideology of the church.
Read more 1. My Billion Year Contract Memoir of a Former Scientologist by Nancy Many To a young, teenage girl, Scientology seemed to be just what the author was looking for; a way to improve herself and attain spiritual enlightenment. For more than two It explores the religious tenants of the Church of Scientology to arrive at a basic understanding of what they believe.
Though the book also sometimes conveys the contrasting beliefs of Christianity, the real focus is on Abuse at the Top by Amy Scobee A former top insider reveals the nightmare world of violence and abuse at the highest levels of the Church of Scientology. Amy Scobee was their staff member for 27 years. She rose up the ranks to the top of church management by the time she was twenty, where she remained for two decades.
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Leah grows up in fairly impoverished The Infinite Trilogy Book 2 by John Steinbauer Join me on a journey past a thousand suns and spectacular seas of tranquil waves of serenity. Opening your heart's energy source connecting the vast creation beyond the human mind. Explore the infinite amount of knowledge from the bridge of eternity clearing your sight to the expansive light and love that reaches and is within us all.
Love is the answer. The distance from that space creates the The Analytical Mind by Rod Martin Many people in Scientology are of the opinion that Clearing is a state where you are no longer bothered by anything. But that is hardly the case. The fourth step is to convince the subject that Scientology has the answer. Paul responded to every step in an almost ideal manner.
He and his girlfriend took a course together and, shortly thereafter, became Hubbard Qualified Scientologists, one of the first levels in what the church calls the Bridge to Total Freedom He is also a screenwriter and a playwright.
He and his wife are longtime residents of Austin, Texas. The book-length version offers—in persuasive, albeit sometimes mind-numbing, detail—an eye-opening short biography of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard and a long-form journalism presentation of the creature Hubbard birthed: a self-help system complete with bizarre cosmology, celebrity sex appeal, lawyers, consistent allegations of physical abuse, and expensive answers for spiritual consumers.
Wright capably sows his thorough reportage into ground broken by Janet Reitman Inside Scientology, He poses larger questions about the nature of belief, but can only lay groundwork because he has to fight to establish facts, given the secrecy and controversy surrounding Scientology, and his eyewitnesses are necessarily disenchanted and therefore adversarial. First printing , Agent: Andrew Wylie, the Wylie Agency.
Starred review from January 15, A devastating history-cum-expose of the Church of Scientology. It begins, of course, with the life of L. Ron Hubbard, a manic-depressive, wannabe naval hero, sci-fi writer and self-styled shaman who "believed that the secrets of existence were accidentally revealed to him" after receiving a gas anesthetic in the dentist's chair.
After that experience, the visions kept arriving, leading to his self-help best-seller, Dianetics, which laid the groundwork for a "religion" where "thetans" souls are stymied by "engrams," self-destructive suggestive impulses lodged in the brain not a few of which were inflicted on mankind following an intergalactic war that took place 75 million years ago. Through personal, deeply revelatory counseling sessions known as auditing, adherents deal with these obstacles, and for wealthy celebrities, Scientology and its many Hollywood connections has supposedly cleared the path to success.
It has also destroyed many others, usually less well-heeled people from within, who raise questions or try to leave, or outside forces journalists, the IRS, family members investigating the church's multiple personal or financial abuses. Wright exposes the church's many sins: covert espionage, psychological torment, threatened blackmail using confidential information from auditing sessions and constant physical assaults on members by tyrannical current leader David Miscavage.
The author is also interested in something deeper: If it's all a con, why is everyone involved especially the late Hubbard so deeply invested in its beliefs? Wright doesn't go out of his way to exaggerate the excesses of Scientology; each page delivers startling facts that need no elaboration.
A patient, wholly compelling investigation into a paranoid "religion" and the faithful held in its sweaty grip. A feat of reporting. The story of Scientology is the great white whale of investigative journalism about religion. I could go on and on, listing Hubbard's tall tales, paranoid delusions and eccentricities, as well as Miscavige's brutalities and tidbits from the famously wacky and decidedly unscientific Scientologist cosmology.
The initial biographical section [about L. Ron Hubbard] could stand as an engrossing book in itself. The second section, "Hollywood," provides the answer to one of the great mysteries of the modern world: What's the deal with Tom Cruise and Scientology?
It is an incredible, fascinating read. It is like a pirate novel, but there are celebrities in it.