The Church of Scientology – Our Help Is Yours In 2017

In an essay published in 1965, Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard wrote: A civilization without insanity, without criminals and without war, where the able can prosper and honest beings can have rights, and where Man is free to rise to greater heights, are the aims of Scientology." He further stated, "We seek no revolution. We seek only evolution to higher states of being for the individual and for society." At that time, the world population was some 3.3 billion people—today it is 7.4 billi … [Read more...]

Former Correctional Official Thanks Church of Scientology, L. Ron Hubbard

A keynote of the Church of Scientology is service—service to its parishioners and service to the community. The Church works in partnership with community leaders to accomplish these goals, in recognition of the enormous task to accomplish a civilization where all men and women may live in peace. Videoed interviews of many of these leaders are featured on the Scientology Religion website including one just post featuring the former Regional Commissioner of South African Correctional Services Mr. … [Read more...]

In Support of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Legacy

With this coming Monday January 16 the commemoration of Martin Luther King Day of Service, I would like to share this video of Dr. King's famous "Drug Major" speech, which makes it so very clear the difference between this national holiday and all others.Dr. King's legacy is service, as expressed in this speech. First, he describes the instinct of seeking praise and admiration:"And you know, we begin early to ask life to put us first. Our first cry as a baby was a bid for attention. … [Read more...]

Church of Scientology Seattle Celebrates 60 Years in Service to the Community

This story, appearing on Newswire.com, covers the history of Scientology in Seattle:In May 1950, renowned author and humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard published a book that launched a movement and changed the world—Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health. In it, he provided not only the first clear and concise description of the workings of the human mind and the laws that govern it, but also a technology by which anyone could resolve the problems of the mind. The book became an instant … [Read more...]

How L. Ron Hubbard Came to Found the Scientology Religion

The Scientology website shares this account of the beginning of the Scientology religion--how L. Ron Hubbard came to discover the technology that led to its establishment.L. Ron Hubbard began his studies of the mind and spirit in 1923, resulting in a manuscript entitled “Excalibur” in 1938. It was in this unpublished work that the word Scientology first appeared to describe what Mr. Hubbard termed “the study of knowing how to know.” He decided against publishing the book for the fact, “‘Excal … [Read more...]

L. Ron Hubbard Article on Greatness

As the holidays are a time when families and friends gather I thought this article would be an appropriate addition.Old enmities or irritations may tend to surface after the first blush of reunion. How to deal with these?In his article "What is Greatness" L. Ron Hubbard gives some advice I have found invaluable in smoothing interpersonal relationships and bringing about the best in the family, making it a truly memorable time for all.WHAT IS GREATNESS? BY L. RON HUBBARDThe h … [Read more...]

Italian Imam Speaks About the Scientology Religion and the Church’s Humanitarian Programs

Imam speaks of the importance of the Scientology-supported humanitarian programs and the vision of Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard Mr. Abdellah Mechnoune, President of the Islamic Organization of the European Arab World, is a strong proponent of interfaith and multiethnic cooperation and understanding. As imam of Turin, Italy, he works to bring together diverse groups and acknowledges that Scientologists “love their neighbor without distinction of skin color or faith.” Of  L. … [Read more...]

Freedom Magazine Expansion Issue

As we look to the end of 2016 and envision the year beyond, Freedom Magazine, the voice of the Church of Scientology, publishes its annual "Year in Review Issue" covering the accomplishments of the past year. Far more numerous than could fit in one edition of the magazine, Freedom has done an excellent job of covering the high points.The entire magazine is well worth reading, but the "Overture" gives a taste of what the rest of the issue delivers.It begins by setting the stage—what it … [Read more...]