Thursday, February 21, 2013

The Satanic Roots of Scientology



In Hubbard's 1952 Philadelphia Doctorate Course Lectures, he states:

"The magical cults of the 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th centuries in the Middle East were fascinating. The only modern work that has anything to do with them is a trifle wild in spots, but is a fascinating work in itself, and that's the work of Aleister Crowley - the late Aleister Crowley - my very good friend.... He signs himself 'the Beast,' mark of the Beast 666..."

And even as late as 1958, he was trying to tell us where he got his OT information:

"But mysticism/occultism isn't our source. Our source, actually, is magic. Magic is something that, today, is performed on a stage with prestidigitation. But magic actually has a much more vivid and noble history than a stage magician. It is quite remarkable that the magician attempts directly to use spirits to perform his will. And that is his basic modus operandi. That is his goal in practicing magic." from a Lecture given on 29 January 1958, The History of Clearing by L Ron Hubbard.

And even in the OT materials he claims that he came to fulfill the prophecy of the Anti-Christ.  Wow!  It won't come as a big shock to anyone who has researched Hubbard's life.  Many of us already know about the time he was involved in the Babylon Workings.  In case you haven't heard about it:


Hubbard was clearly involved in the occult. In 1945, L. Ron Hubbard met Jack Parsons, who was a renowned scientist, protegee of occultist Aleister Crowley, and a member of the notorious Ordo Templi Orientis (O.T.O.), an international organization founded by Crowley to practice sexual black magic.

Parsons had Hubbard move onto the property of Parsons' Pasadena, California, home. It was there that Hubbard began to practice the occult and sexual magic. Parsons' mistress, Sara Northrup, left him for Hubbard and later became Hubbard's second wife, even before Hubbard had divorced his first wife (The Los Angeles Times, June 24, 1990, p. A37).

Biographer Russell Miller wrote, "Parsons considered that Ron had great magical potential and took the risk of breaking his solemn oath of secrecy to acquaint Ron with some of the O.T.O. rituals.... Parsons wrote to his 'Most Beloved Father' (his term for Aleister Crowley) to acquaint him with events: 'About three months ago I met Captain L. Ron Hubbard.... Although he has no formal training in Magick, he has an extraordinary amount of experience and understanding in the field. From some of his experiences I deduced that he is in direct touch with some higher intelligence, possibly his Guardian Angel. He describes his Angel as a beautiful winged woman with red hair whom he calls the Empress and who has guided him through his life and saved him many times. He is the most Thelemic [self-willed, independent] person I have ever met and is in complete accord with our own principles'" (Russell Miller, Bare-Faced Messiah: the True Story of L. Ron Hubbard, 1987, pp. 117-8,).

"Parsons wanted to attempt an experiment in black magic that would push back the frontiers of the occult world. With the assistance of his new friend, he intended to try and create a 'moonchild' - the magical child 'mightier than all the kings of the earth,' whose birth had been prophesied in The Book of the Law more than forty years earlier"

And former high ranking Scientologists Bent Corydon and Hubbard's son, L. Ron Hubbard Jr., wrote, :

"In order to obtain a woman prepared to bear this magical child, Parsons and Hubbard engaged themselves for eleven days of rituals ¼ on January 18th, Parsons found the girl who was prepared to become the mother of Babylon, and to go through the required incantation rituals. During these rituals, which took place on the first three days of March 1946, Parsons was High Priest and had sexual intercourse with the girl, while Hubbard who was present acted as skryer, seer, or clairvoyant and described what was supposed to be happening on the astral plane" (Bent Corydon & L. Ron Hubbard, Jr., L. Ron Hubbard: Messiah or Madman?, 1987, pp. 256-7).

Hubbard's oldest son, L. Ron Hubbard Jr, said in the 1983 Penthouse interview:

"There was no other religion in the house! Scientology and black magic. What a lot of people don't realize is that Scientology is black magic that is just spread out over a long time period. To perform black magic generally takes a few hours or, at most, a few weeks. But in Scientology it's stretched out over a lifetime, and so you don't see it. Black magic is the inner core of Scientology --and it is probably the only part of Scientology that really works. Also, you've got to realize that my father did not worship Satan. He thought he was Satan. He was one with Satan. He had a direct pipeline of communication and power with him. My father wouldn't have worshiped anything. I mean, when you think you're the most powerful being in the universe, you have no respect for anything, let alone worship."

It just keeps getting better.   Hubbard Jr. says in a taped lecture in 1984:

"As an interesting sidelight, the same individual that transmitted the various Magick tech to Adolf Hitler as a young man also transmitted them to Dad. And like Dad, Hitler, when he came to power, promptly had his teachers and the occult field in general wiped out. This might answer for you in some small way the similarities of the Sea Org and the Guardian's Office to the S.S. and Gestapo. Remember the old revolutionary rule which states one has to, the moment one comes to power, suppress those very things that achieved the power. You must not allow the populace or anyone else to do the things you did to get you there. Which is one of the reasons there has been a great vocal suppression of hypnosis, because that is an entrance point to the Magick which my father used a great deal of, clear up through the fifties and clear up to the point he died."

And more from the same lecture:

"Truth in itself is its own power source. Truth IS. Any is-ness doesn't need exterior power, it is self-powered. It just kind of sits there and glows a little bit and it will do it forever because it has done it forever. But to maintain a lie, a falsehood, a fiction, one needs to really pump the juice into it and keep pumping. The more you pump the more it needs. And the more it needs the more it needs and the more it demands until it finally just implodes. And implodes right on Dad's head. And this is precisely what happened. Dad always felt that he was above any law and felt he had to take the shortcut. He was in a hurry and so therefore he was not a respecter of persons, minds or people (people defined as thetans). The Magick tech itself has quite a number of very basic rules and regulations that demand to be met or what happens to you is what happened to L. Ron Hubbard. Crash! Again he did not practice what he preached and did not follow a gradient and he paid for it.

He was a Master Adept of the Mysteries, but he broke the rules.

He first became involved in the Magick at the age of sixteen, when he read Aleister Crowley's book, The Book of the Law. And because of that Book of the Law, he also started his heavy drug usage trail which led to heavier and heavier use of drugs on himself and of course others in order to reach his goals - to be the most powerful being in the universe. If L. Ron Hubbard had a great deal of knowledge and very little wisdom, then Aleister Crowley did too. The difference between the two men was that Aleister Crowley had very little motivation. Aleister felt rather contented to just quietly be the Beast 666 instead of implementing the Magick for personal gain. This lack of drive and ambition, I think, pushed Dad onward, because to him the only reason and purpose for power was the exercising and the using of it.

When Aleister Crowley died in 1947 that's when Dad decided he would take over the mantle of the Beast and that is the seed and the beginning of Dianetics and Scientology. The Magick tech transcends Scientology tech, but there again, Dad felt that he was above any and all law. Well, one can't be above the Magick laws or one is going to find himself in oblivion and that's exactly what happened. It's extremely foolish for man or beast to think they can contain an exploding hydrogen bomb in their hip pocket."

I hope you found this informative.  You can find more great information on Scientology by visiting Arnaldo Lerma's great website. Thanks for being here.  I hope you come back soon.

13 comments:

  1. thetan and satan can be heard nearly the same way

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  2. This is excellent. I've been interested to see how mainstream society seems to have decided that black magic and satanism either don't exist, are only practiced by pathetic deluded individuals, or that those who believe it is still going on are pathetic and deluded! A bit like the average British person's response when one expresses concern about the Church of Scientology.

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    1. Satanism and Scientology are, unfortunately, alive and well.

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  3. Thank you for taking the time to write and present this. It's encouraging to see more people do their own research into Hubbard and his crack house killer churches but he's not the only one. This Luciferian theology and Satan worship is more prevalent than I ever knew until I began to look.

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    1. Thank you Jesse, for taking the time to read it.

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  4. The occult isn't Satanic. The occult is about the use of spiritual energy, life energy, that can be used for good or bad.

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  5. Doesn't surprise me the way they use blackmail, help no one like other churches and metaphysical groups do (lile the wiccan\pagan groups that helped fund rebuilding of churches that were burned by racist arsonists), usually the occult is referred to metaphysics these days, not all of it is satanic, even charasmatic Christians access the supernatural realms. Depends on path as to which dimensions. Dark magicians work in fourth and lower dimensions, others work in fifth dimension and beyond, we have no interest in lower dimensional beings such as the grays, earthbound spirits, demons, etc.

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  6. Doesn't surprise me the way they use blackmail, help no one like other churches and metaphysical groups do (lile the wiccan\pagan groups that helped fund rebuilding of churches that were burned by racist arsonists), usually the occult is referred to metaphysics these days, not all of it is satanic, even charasmatic Christians access the supernatural realms. Depends on path as to which dimensions. Dark magicians work in fourth and lower dimensions, others work in fifth dimension and beyond, we have no interest in lower dimensional beings such as the grays, earthbound spirits, demons, etc.

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  7. I just had a crazy dream that the head of Scientology admitted that their group contains major satanists, but he tried to defend that fact as if he shouldn't have said that by saying, "but hey, they're smart and intelligent people..." Which after waking up, led me to this site. Thank you. I'm beginning to see the connections with New World Order and Scientology as the people behind it all being governed/controlled by dark rulers and principalities because they've submitted themselves to such things. Anyone else have more input on this?

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  8. More here: https://arnielerma.wordpress.com/2016/04/09/parsons-top-secret-pentagram/

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  9. The thing Hubbard was nothing more than a fraudulent snake oil salesmen of the 20th century an from other things I've read Crowley admitted that .. so people thaat follow this fake science fiction religion Scientology.. are being force-fed bullshit .. open ur eyes people.. an wake the fuck up .. l fake Hubbard should have been put in prison an beat to death .

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  10. Scientology is a mish mash of occult thinking and practices that have existed for a very long time. L Ron Hubbard was a man with a vivid imagination who wrote wyrd and science fiction tale's for the pulp magazine's. And that is what Scientology is old occult practices filtered through Hubbard's Imagination. He made a religion and made a legend. I personally think Scientology is as valid as any organized religion.

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