Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Scientology Wedding Ceremony

There's been a lot of interest in the subject of Scientology marriages with Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes getting married this weekend.

Here's a web site that tells about Scientology Marriages

Monday, November 13, 2006

'Tis Almost the Season

Christmas comes early to Hollywood. The summer weather we have been experiencing belies the fact that Christmas season is about to begin, starting with the Hollywood Christmas Parade this coming weekend.

And so I am reminded of one of my favorite quotes by L. Ron Hubbard:

"On the day when we can fully trust each other, there will be peace on Earth."

And here's a public service announcement on YouTube on this theme:

Thursday, November 02, 2006

LRH Books

I just finished reading a book by LRH last night -- Creation of Human Ability.

What an incredible book that is.

It never ceases to amaze me what a genius the man was.

When David Miscavige launched what he called the Golden Age of Knowledge in March 2005, with the release of all of L. Ron Hubbard's congress lectures on CD (and with absolutely the most incredible sound. What they did to create that sound quality, the Lord only knows!) I realized from listening to his speech that studying what L. Ron Hubbard wrote -- just reading his books and listening to his lectures -- is a very importan part of being a Scientologist.

Information on L. Ron Hubbard on the US Navy Chaplain Web site, Scientology page

The Scientology religion was developed by American author and humanitarian "Lafayette Ron Hubbard. It came from his lifelong passion to assist man to a higher plane of civilization and existence. Mr. Hubbard was not only a writer, one of the leading lights of the Golden Age of Science Fiction in the mid-1900s, but a full Renaissance man who was a recognized explorer with membership in the prestigious Explorer's Club, a captain of corvettes during World War II, and fully versed in 21 different professions.

Born in Tilden, NE on 1911-MAR-13, L. Ron Hubbard traveled extensively during his youth. He covered some quarter of a million miles by the time he was twenty years of age, including several trips to the Orient; directed two expeditions to the Caribbean, one of which was the first mineralogical survey of Puerto Rico.

It was during his travels in Asia where he viewed so much misery and want that he asked himself "why all this?" and "to what depths can man fall," and "what is he anyway?" He found that there was not much known about the true nature of man and became fascinated with this line of research which he made his life's work.