Tock at ticnet.com
Wed Sep 8 12:48:12 EST 1999
I spent just long enough taking Scientology courses to figure out that it's
nonsense, with cheap lie detectors (E-meters), paying to have numberless
engrams removed, and $$$ for books and $$$ for more courses . . .
Geez, Hubbard was a science fiction writer to figured out a way to hit the
big time: phony religion!
You'll be much better off at www.subgenius.com where you can get Eternal
Salvation for $30 or triple your money back!!! No need to pay someone to
tell you what you beleive; pay your $30, ensure a place on the Xsts' flying
saucers when they come on X day, become an ordained minister, and learn how
to "pull the wool over your own eyes!"
Actually, it's a pretty good excuse to drink and party and have a good time
. . . all the things you can't do as a sober Baptist.
Wood wrote in message <37D57188.7F6B575B at globalnet.co.uk>...
>There's no need to bring religious prejudice into this. The purif is a
>detoxification, effective in ridding people's bodies of drugs, pollutants,
>chemicals, pesticides etc. Do you actually know specifically what the
>Details are given in L. Ron Hubbard's book "Clear Body Clear Mind"
>Look forward to your comments.
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