Author: Hubbard, L. R.
Document date: 1976, 23 May
Document title: Celebrities
Document type: Hubbard Communications Office Policy Letter
Book title: Organization Executive Course
Location: Los Angeles
Publisher: Bridge Publications, Inc.
Description: Hubbard orders Scientologists to target celebrities "who are just beyond or just approaching their prime;" specifies the intelligence required of anyone dealing with celebrity quarry and defines the term celebrity as "any person important in his field or any opinion leader or his entourage, business associates, family or friends with particular attention to the arts, sports and management and government." Scientology operatives are briefed on the game, the playing field and parameters of the celebrity game and the celebrity quarry, which include getting to their prey through their entourage, business associates, families, and friends.
Rapid dissemination can be attained by the rehabilitation of celebrities who are just beyond or just approaching their prime.This includes any person well-known to the public and well liked but who has passed his or her prime, or any rising figure.Celebrity Centre City Offices or Celebrity Centre Organization handle this special public.
Any org or mission contacting or giving service to celebrities may do so and should where no Celebrity Centre, located nearby, exists. That org’s Public Executive Secretary or mission’s Public Secretary and nearest org Department of Special Affairs PR of celebrities on their lines. That includes information on any plans to disseminate to or contact a celebrity.
Orgs or missions giving services to celebrities should (where feasible and not in any way that obstructs or slows that celebrity’s progress up the Gradation Chart) select their graduating celebrities to the nearest Celebrity Centre.
CELEBRITY is also further defined as: