I have a hat that nobody quite notices, and it’s the Finder of Lost Tech. Now, some people go all of their lives looking for the mystery of the pattern of the pyramids and others go looking for the Mayan civilization and how it built things, and I go looking for the tech people have lost in Dianetics and Scientology as a primary expeditionary action.
Hubbard, L. R. (5 September 1971) A Talk On A Basic Qual.
Hubbard was known as inter alia, a skilled hypnotist, stage magician, malingerer, and confidence trickster whose organization known as the Church of Scientology used his directives to lure people in and feed his lust for money and power. Hubbard is dead and now the Ecclesiopath is David Miscavige. The operation is called Keeping Scientology Working. Scientology lures people in with many lies, including fraudulent claims about Hubbard. These documents contain claims and other evidence about L. Ron Hubbard, Scientology’s “Source,” his background, credentials, research, sources, etc.
Allied Enterprises | Allied Scientists of the World | beer bottle incident | court martial incident | cruelty to animals | Death of L. Ron Hubbard | Excalibur | Ginger | Hubbard and the Babalon Working | hypnosis of hospital staff incident | impersonation of medical doctor | Kalispell | L. Ron Hubbard | Los Angeles Police Department fraud incident | mysticism | Office of Naval Intelligence | Office of Naval Research | psychiatric history | science fiction | St. Elizabeths Hospital | The Admissions | thesis | title doctor | United States Air Force incident | US Navy | US Navy reserves | Vistaril | W. R. Colt | Woolworth diamond
Claims by and about Hubbard and Scientology:
ability claims | auditing claims | C.E. | civil engineer | claims about Dianetics | claims about Hubbard | claims about Scientologists | claims about Scientology | claims of research | claims of science | commander of corvettes | E-Meter claims | historical claims | IQ claims | medical claims | mental health claims | nuclear physicist | personality claims | religious claims | technical claims | war hero
Friends, family and influences:
A.E. van Vogt | Aleister Crowley | Alexis Hubbard | Alfred Korzybski | Aristotle | atomic physicists | Dale Carnegie | David Miscavige | Dr. Alfred Adler | Dr. Clara Mabel Thompson | Dr. Francis M. Pottenger | Dr. Fred August Moss | Dr. Frieda Fromm-Reichmann | Dr. Gene Denk | Dr. Joseph A. Winter | Dr. Joseph Cheesman Thompson | Dr. Karen Horney | Dr. Sigmund Freud | Dr. Wilhelm Wundt | Dr. William Alanson White | Dr. Yankewitz | Edward Gibbon | Forrest Ackerman | Gaylord Hauser | Harry Ross Hubbard | Homer Lane | Immanuel Kant | Jack Parsons | James Clerk Maxwell | Johnny Arwine | John W. Campbell Jr. | L. Ron Hubbard Jr. | magicians | Margaret Polly Grubb | Mary Baker Eddy | Mary Sue Hubbard | Norbert Wiener | nuclear physicists | Professor Thomas Brown | psychosomaticist | Robert A. Heinlein | S. I. Hayakawa | Sara Northrup | Volney G. Mathison | Will Durant
American Medical Association | American Psychiatric Association | anti-social personalities | clinical psychologists | Dr. Winfred Overholser | Gerry Armstrong | Henry R. Luce | psychiatrists | psychoanalysts | psychologists | Suppressive Acts | Suppressive Person doctrine | Suppressive Persons | The American Psycho-Analytical Association
Places of interest:
Alamogordo | Amtorg | Arcturus | Arslycus | Baltimore | Bell Telephone Research Laboratories | Bethesda Naval Hospital | Bishop Museum in Hawaii | Chestnut Lodge | Chicago Psychological Institute | Dublin | Elizabeth NJ | George Washington University | Golgotha | Grant School | Harvard University | Helena | Hubbard Dianetic Research Foundation | Kalispell | Library of Congress | Los Angeles | Los Angeles Foundation | Main and South Alvarado | Marcab Confederacy | Missouri State Institution | MIT | North Hollywood | Oak Knoll Naval Hospital | Palm Springs | Pasadena | Princeton University | San Diego | San Diego Naval Hospital | San Pedro | Savannah | Sequoia University | Shrine Auditorium | South Pacific | St. Elizabeths Hospital | St. Louis institution | Teegeeack | U.S. Government research laboratories | Vienna | Washington DC | Zoological Society of San Diego
A.·.A.·. | abyss | Adeptus Exemptus | Agapé Lodge | Aleister Crowley | astral walking | black cowls | Black Dianetics | black magic | Book of the Law | chaos | chaos magic | chaos tech | Comte de Gabalis | Excalibur | Freemasonry | gold belts | Guardian angel | Hubbard and the Babalon Working | illusion | Isis | Jack Parsons | James A. Eshelman | magic triangle | Magus | Mason | mysticism | occult | Rosicrucianism | Scottish Rite | seances | spirits | stage sets | swami | Swami Gambola | Sword in the Stone | tarot | The Golden Dawn | Tree of Life | Tunnels of Set | turbans | Twelve Against the Gods | white robes | will power | Word
Areas of research:
atomic and molecular phenomena | brainwashing | case histories | cats | child psychology | children | Cybernetics | death | demon exorcism | demonology | dog experiments | endocrinology | epistemology | Freudian psychoanalysis | General Semantics | geriatrics | group processing | Hollywood research | infinity-valued logic | insanity | Koenig photometer | logic | Manhattan Project | memory experiments | memory storage | mental health | nuclear physics | police | psychiatry | psychoanalysis | psychology | psychosomatic illness | psychotherapy | radiation | Rosicrucianism | Russian brainwashing | Science and Sanity | Scientific Method | semantics | slavery | space opera | Suppressive Person doctrine | tarot | testosterone | Woolworth diamond