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Scientology Roots Chapter Seven The First Scientologists and Their Masters

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The subjects of Dianetics and Scientology were developed by the British slavemasters before Ron Hubbard was born.

That includes the therapy used.

The subjects of Dianetics and Scientology were developed by the British slavemasters before Ron Hubbard was born.

That includes the therapy used.

L. Ron Hubbard was recruited by British intelligence and then groomed to be the front man for their subjects.

Dianetics and Scientology propagate the mental, spiritual, religious and political ideas of the New World Order men.

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The Rise of the British Slavemasters

Brothers of Light sects say that God is Light. Rosicrucians and Freemasons are Brothers of Light sects.

The previous union of King and Priest to rule the world was –

King of Germany + Catholic Pope = German Holy Roman Empire

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That got replaced by another union of King and Priest to rule the world –

British Aristocracy + Catholic Pope = the modern era slavemasters

British Empire building began when Queen Elizabeth I assumed the British throne in 1558.

Her chief adviser was William Cecil. He was her Secretary of State. British intelligence was under him.
William Cecil started a dynasty where the Cecil family has headed British 
sketch of William Cecil, Queen Elizabeth I, and Francis Walsingham
the sketch was made at the time of Queen Elizabeth I

Cecil urged Elizabeth to expand British territory by making colonies – starting British Empire building.
They used slave trafficking and drug trafficking to finance their world domination effort.

In their quest to be the ruthless ruler of the world, the British slavemasters have engaged in slave-trafficking, drug-trafficking, instigating and financing wars, self-serving banking practices and self-serving business practices. They have caused death and suffering to hundreds of millions of people.

One name they have given to their Grand Plan to rule the world is – the New World Order.

The Cecil family is one of the top British slavemaster families.
Robert Cecil (Lord Salisbury) was the leader of an influential family called the Cecil Bloc.
He was the head of British intelligence and he was a British Prime Minister.




Robert_Cecil_-_3rd_Marquess_of_SalisburyRobert Arthur Talbot Gascoyne-Cecil

One of his sisters had a son named Arthur Balfour. He was in the Cecil family and he was also a head of British intelligence and a Prime Minister of Britain. 9

505px-Arthur_Balfour,_photo_portrait_facing_leftArthur J. Balfour

The Cecil family is who started the first practice of Scientology.

They developed the subjects of Dianetics and Scientology before Ron Hubbard was born.
That includes the therapy used.

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When the British East India Company ruled India, it took Hindu Veda manuscripts back to England.

In 1846 Max Muller began studying the Sanskrit texts that were collected by the East India Company. This led to a career as a professor at Oxford University. Max Muller performed Sanskrit translations, including a 6 volume set of the Rig-Veda from 1849 – 1874. At Oxford, he performed his greatest work, editing the 51 volume Sacred Books of the East. 3

While Robert Cecil was being the head of British intelligence and the British government, he was also the Chancellor of Oxford University when Max Mueller was translating religious works like the Veda.

F. Max Mueller / Foto um 1895Friedrich Max Mueller

LRH book The Phoenix Lectures –

…there is a set of hymns which as I recall were introduced into the societies of earth in about 8212 BC. These were religious hymns and they are our earliest debt in Scientology. Our earliest debt, because the very early hymns contain much that we know today…

I can tell you that today these hymns are still in existence. They are very hard to acquire in the western world. You have to find the specialized translations of them 

And we find Scientology’s earliest certainly known ancestor in the Veda.

The Veda… is best read in a literal translation from the Sanskrit. A great deal of our material in Scientology is discovered right back there.

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Development of Scientology, an LRH lecture 13 December 1952 –

The data which was left in India about 8,200 years ago and which lay dormant… It lay there unevaluated and, of course, was a field of tremendous richness… an awful lot of men have fallen on their faces in the last century trying to hit this track. Amongst them were Schopenhauer; amongst them were Aleister Crowley.

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Robert Cecil and Aleister Crowley were British intelligence. So, British intelligence had the Veda and was studying that data. So, that is how Ron Hubbard was provided with the literal translations of the Veda from the Sanskrit.

 

Inception of Scientology

Stephen Pearl Andrews was a leader in the religious movement called Spiritualism. Spiritualism is a belief that the soul continues to exist after death of the physical body. Spirits of the dead have the ability and inclination to communicate with the living. Anyone may receive spirit messages, but formal communication sessions are held by “mediums”.

Spiritualism attracted a lot of attention because of the people who had lost loved ones in the American civil war.
Those people had a keen interest in talking to the spirits of their departed loved ones. 8

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In 1871, Stephen Pearl Andrews authored a book entitled –

The Primary Synopsis of Universology and Alwato, The New Scientific Universal Language   55

Universology

Here are some quotes from that book:

Scientology is therefore Universology developed in the spirit of the Exact Sciences, and is wholly new in kind. It is the Core or Centre and the most distinctive Department of Universology… (page 37)

Scientology will re-assert and vindicate… Spiritualistic Realities and Tendencies…
(page 146)

It will be the supreme triumph of Scientology, the Exact Branch of this new Universal Science, to exhibit in Diagram, and by illustrative object-teaching, all the Root-thoughts of which the Human Mind is capable… (page 165)

The same year (1871) that Andrews started the idea of Scientology, the Cecil family took up the idea – in 1871.

In 1871, Arthur Balfour and his in-laws form a private group to study paranormal phenomena. The private group consists of members of the Cecil family – Arthur Balfour, Lord Rayleigh, Henry Sidgwick, Edmund Gurney, Eleanor Balfour, Evelyn Balfour, Stanton Moses, Walter Leaf. This is the earliest beginnings of what would become the Society for Psychical Research.

 

Inception of Dianetics and Scientology Therapy

In 1880 Sigmund Freud lived and worked in Vienna, Austria.

Sigmund-FreudSigmund Freud

The mentor of Sigmund Freud was Josef Breuer, a physician and psychiatrist.

josef-breuerJosef Breuer

Breuer was treating Bertha Pappenheim in the summer of 1880. She was a disturbed woman showing hysterical symptoms.

Bertha Pappenheim - pseudonym Annie O.Bertha Pappenheim aka Annie O

He found that when she recalled a series of memories back to a traumatic memory, one of her many symptoms would disappear. The first example came soon after she had refused to drink for a while: She recalled seeing a woman drink from a glass that a dog had just drunk from. While recalling this, she experienced strong feelings of disgust… and then had a drink of water! Her symptom, an avoidance of water, disappeared as soon as she remembered its root event, and experienced the strong emotion that would be appropriate to that event.

Breuer was treating her with hypnosis twice a day and eventually all of her symptoms were gone. Breuer drew two important conclusions from his work with Bertha: that her symptoms were the result of thoughts that were buried in her unconscious and that when these thoughts were spoken and became conscious, the symptoms disappeared. 41

Breuer called this catharsis, from the Greek word for cleansing.
It was also called abreactive therapy and talking therapy.

Catharsis –
The process of bringing repressed ideas and feelings into consciousness.
It is the reliving of past traumatic incidents buried in the subconscious.

Freud began using this cathartic treatment under Breuer’s guidance.

They noticed that simply remembering the incident was insufficient to produce a cure, the emotions had to be experienced for the release of symptoms to take place. They also noticed that you had to go earlier in time on a chain of similar traumatic incidents.

Freud said:

What left the symptom behind was not always a single experience. On the contrary, the result was usually brought about by the convergence of several traumas, and often by the repetition of a great number of similar ones. Thus it was necessary to reproduce the whole chain of pathogenic memories in chronological order, or rather in reversed order, the latest ones first and the earliest ones last; and it was quite impossible to jump over the later traumas in order to get back more quickly to the first, which was often the most potent one.

They also noticed that the patient commonly used a particular phrase, and that repetition of that phrase would bring traumatic experiences into view. (Dianetics also used this method, calling it repeater technique.)

In 1893 Breuer and Freud summed up their joint explorations in this form of psychotherapy in a book called Studies in Hysteria40

Note –
Breuer and Freud proposed the theory of the existence of a subconscious mind. Hubbard called it the Reactive Mind. Breuer and Freud discovered the basic ideas found in Dianetics, including going earlier in time on a chain of similar traumatic incidents, and repetition of a phrase to locate them. The cathartic technique developed by Breuer and Freud, was used as the method of therapy in Dianetics and Scientology.

LRH book Research and Discovery Series Volume 1 pages 68, 440, 441 –

The early part of Freud’s work back around 1894 was good and we can use it. …Breuer’s first belief in the subject of mental catharsis… Breuer was pretty right. It was Breuer’s theory that full recall equalled full sanity…

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Inception of Scientology Advanced Levels

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For 2,000 years Brothers of Light religion has been saying that numerous evil demons attach themselves to a human body and cause all of man’s woes.

In 1882, John Ballou Newbrough authors a new bible called Oahspe. It was published in London and New York.

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Oahspe, a new Bible in the words of Jehovih and his angel embassadors
by John Ballou Newbrough

(click to enlarge)

This is a Brothers of Light book. It says hundreds of evil demons attach themselves to the same human body and cause all of man’s woes. This is the basis of the Scientology Advanced Levels, called the OT levels. On the Scientology Advanced Levels you get rid of the evil demons.

For an in-depth look at the history of the Oahspe and its relationship to British intelligence agents at the time, see my wife’s article A Comprehensive History of the Oahspe: And It’s Surrounds.

The same year the Oahspe was published in London, the Society for Psychical Research was founded in London.

 

The First Scientologists – Society for Psychical Research

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Stephen Andrews was a spiritualist who said Scientology was to be a scientific investigation into the various mental and spiritual realities.

In 1882, the Society for Psychical Research was founded in London by Arthur Balfour and his in-laws. 9

Founding person of Society of Psychical Research, as Prime Minister he formed Committee of Imperial Defense 1902, which is the committee that recommends formation of MI5 and MI6.

FOUNDING PERSON OF SOCIETY OF PSYCHICAL RESEARCH, AS PRIME MINISTER HE FORMED COMMITTEE OF IMPERIAL DEFENSE 1902, WHICH IS THE COMMITTEE THAT RECOMMENDS FORMATION OF MI5 AND MI6.

Other Cecil family members in the SPR were Edmund Gurney, Henry Sidgewick and Lord Rayleigh.

Frederick Myers was another important SPR member.

Edmund_Gurney,_Henry_Sidgwick_and_Frederick_Myers_-_Society_for_Psychical_Research
Spiritualists believed that the living could communicate with the spirits of people who had died. The Society for Psychical Research used the leading scientists of the day to study mediums who claimed they could contact the dead or produce other psychic effects. The SPR had Spiritualists as members and as subjects to be studied in their scientific research into mental and spiritual phenomena.

Investigation of Spiritualist phenomena was the focus of their work. You know, Spiritualist phenomena like Stephen Pearl Andrews was into, the guy who first wrote a book in 1871 on the subject of Scientology. Andrews said that Scientology will re-assert and vindicate Spiritualistic Realities. He also said that Scientologywould be developed in the spirit of the Exact Sciences.

Here is Scientology in action and development, right here at the SPR. These people are the initial Scientologists – the scientific study of mental and spiritual realities. They called it Scientology, as you will see later on here.

They formed six research committees to investigate hypnotism and clairvoyance; telepathy; sensitives; mediums; ghosts and hauntings; and records and archives.

They also extensively studied catharsis therapy! That means they also developed the subject of Dianetics.

Arthur Balfour was a President of the SPR and the SPR was always dominated by members of the Cecil family. 8, 9 Dianetics and Scientology were both developed at the SPR, under the control of the Cecil family, which means underneath British intelligence.

The SPR is one place where the interconnection is seen between various slavemaster front groups. The SPR shows their ties together, and each group was engaged in “social engineering” by advocating the British New World Order.

Some noteworthy SPR members:

Arthur Balfour – member of the Cecil family
Frank Podmore – member of the Fabian Society
George Wyld – President of the British Theosophy Society 
Sigmund Freud – member of the Independent Order B’nai B’rith (Freemason)
Henri Bergson – his sister Mina Bergson was in the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn
Thomas Edison – promoter of the “Life Units” idea that was later used in Scientology

Frank_PodmoreFrank Podmore – member of Fabian Society

The Fabian Society, also working to make a “new world”, has a wolf in sheep’s clothing as its coat of arms. It is a good symbol for all the New World Order people and their front groups.

Fabian_Society_symbol_-_Wolf_in_Sheeps_clothing_new_world

George Wyld was President of the British Theosophical Society, a Brothers of Light sect. He was an advocate of Spiritualism. The Independent Order B’nai B’rith (Freemason) and Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn are Brothers of Light sects.

Catharsis therapy was further developed by psychiatrists working for MI 6 – British intelligence. Dianetics and Scientology were tied together from the beginning, both were under British intelligence, so it is their subjects, they are not Ron Hubbard’s subjects. Ron Hubbard was the Johnny-come-lately that they recruited and groomed to act as the front man for their subjects.

Ron Hubbard and Scientology are part of a massive British slavemaster intelligence network.

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Emil Kraepelin was a German psychiatrist regarded as the founder of modern scientific psychiatry. Kraepelin believed the chief origin of psychiatric disease to be biological. In 1883 he published Compendium der Psychiatrie, wherein he wanted mental illness to be viewed as a disease of the brain. This is where he argued that psychiatry was a branch of medical science.

Emil Kraepelin

Psychiatry and the mental health movement was now split into two branches – one branch said that mental illness was physical and they used physical means to treat it, such as drugs, electric shock therapy, and surgery. That treatment is performed by medical doctors who have specialized in treating mental disorders, and they are called psychiatrists. They say the mind is the brain, which is not true, but that is what they say.

The other branch of psychiatry and the mental health movement is talking therapy – which was initially developed by psychiatrist Josef Breuer. This branch of psychiatry did not require a person to be a trained and licensed physician, because it doesn’t say that mental illness is physically caused. Therefore, people who are not doctors were able to become practitioners in talking therapy.

The doctor psychiatrists in Germany and England used brutal torture methods on mental patients and that was exported into the United States as the model to follow.

nausea as a ‘cure’ – the spinning chairrotating_chair_2

Mustard skin plasters causing indescribable sufferingmustardplaster

harnessed in a standing position, with arms outstretched for 10 hoursCruciform_stance

locked in a casethe coffin, the lunatic box, the english booth, the clock case - psychiatric torture

water torturewater_torture_of_insane_-_Pennsylvania_4th_July_1868

Even more vicious methods were developed – horrible drugs, electroshock, and brain operations that reduced the patient to a slobbering vegetable.

The psychiatrists are more insane than the patients.

Talking therapy is a lot more humane than the methods used by psychiatrists who say that mental illness has a physical cause.

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In 1884
 the American Society for Psychical Research was formed in Boston.

The Society for Psychical Research in London and the American Society for Psychical Research were using the leading scientists of the day to study mediums who claimed they could contact the dead or produce other psychic effects. They produced reports about precognitive dreams, descriptions of table levitations, accounts of ghost sightings, etc.

When the ASPR was founded, telepathy was the first psychic phenomenon to be studied scientifically by the SPR and ASPR.

The term telepathy was coined by Fredric W. H. Myers in 1882 – by using the Greek terms tele (distant) and pathe (occurrence or feeling). Myers thought his term described the phenomenon better than previous terms; thought-transference, and thought-reading.

The first testing was simple. A sender in one room would try to transmit a two-digit number, a taste, or a visual image to a receiver in another room. Physiologist Charles Richet introduced mathematical chance to the tests, and also discovered that telepathy occurred independent of hypnotism.

Research interest in telepathy had its beginning in Mesmerism (hypnotism). The hypnotists had discovered that telepathy was among the “higher-phenomena” observed in hypnotized subjects, who read the thoughts of the hypnotists and carried out the unspoken instructions.

Soon other psychologists and psychiatrists were observing the same phenomena in their patients. Sigmund Freud noticed it so often that he soon had to address it. He termed it a regressive, primitive faculty that was lost in the course of evolution, but which still had the ability to manifest itself under certain conditions.

Telepathy can be induced in the dream state. Electroencephalogram monitoring shows that the brain waves of the recipient change to match those of the sender.

In 1887, the Society for Psychical Research sent Richard Hodgson to oversee the American Society for Psychical Research. The ASPR is also under the thumb of British intelligence.

Richard_HodgsonRichard Hodgson

Leonore E. Piper of Boston, USA, allowed herself to be subjected to the most exacting scientific investigation of her Mediumship for a period of 45 years. Dr. Richard Hodgson made a study of the Mediumship of Leonore Piper, through which he became completely convinced of the reality of spirit return. The development of his own mediumistic powers late in life brought to him an even deeper conviction. 24

In their investigations into mental and spiritual phenomena they had encountered some charlatans, but they had also encountered some people who could actually do the various mental and spiritual phenomena. This was so much the case that even the skeptics came to the conclusion that the mental and spiritual phenomena were real.

1887/88 – Henri Bergson is a member of the Society for Psychical Research. Mina Bergson is his sister. SPR has a committee to research records and archives. Mina Bergson spends her time hanging out with friends at the British Museum dabbling in Egyptology and mystical books. In other words, they are researching… for SPR.

Her friends and fellow researchers are MacGregor Mathers, Arthur Edward Waite, Florence Farr, William Butler Yeats, Annie Horniman, and Arthur Machen. Most are members of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn and all of them are connected to it.

Florence_Farr_and_Arthur_Edward_WaiteWhile engaging herself in the famous reading room, it was there she first met MacGregor Mathers.

Henri_and_Mina_BergsonThree Rosicrucians founded the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn in 1888. They were Samuel L MacGregor Mathers, William Wynn Westcott, and William Robert Woodman. They were members of Societas Rosicruciana in Anglia. All three were also Freemasons. Westcott was also a member of the Theosophical Society.

Mathers had received the Corpus Hermeticum from the Fraternity of the Asiatic Brethren. 38

Kenneth MacKenzie was another member of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. MacKenzie had the grades of attainment for the Freemason lodge, L’Aurore Naissante.

Oahspe is a Brothers of Light bible that was incorporated into the ideas of the Society for Psychical Research.

The SPR had three religious works that were used in creating the subject of Scientology –

Veda
Oahspe 
Corpus Hermeticum

The Oahspe and the Corpus Hermeticum are Brothers of Light religion. The religious aspect of Scientology is taken from Brothers of Light religion. See Scientology Roots Chapter Seven – Scientology Is Brothers of Light Religion

The only place that had amassed all the mental, spiritual and religious data used in formulating Dianetics and Scientology was the Society for Psychical Research in London – and more accurately, British intelligence.

In the Society for Psychical Research we have the initial Scientologists and the collection place of the mental, spiritual and religious data that they used to formulate Dianetics and Scientology.

 

The Round Table

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Cecil Rhodes mined diamonds in Africa and was one of the wealthiest men in the world.

Cecil_RhodesCecil Rhodes wanted to form a secret society –

Why should we not form a secret society with but one object, the furtherance of the British Empire and the bringing of the whole world under British rule, for the recovery of the United States, for making the Anglo Saxon race but one Empire?

Rhodes described this society –

development of a Secret Societythe true aim and object whereof shall be for the extension of British rule throughout the world, … the ultimate recovery of the United States of America as an integral part of the British Empire…. 42

In February 1891, Cecil Rhodes and William Stead met and discussed how to organize the secret society.

The General of the Society was Cecil Rhodes.

Society of the Elect (also called the Junta of Three) –

Alfred Milner
William Stead
Reginald Brett

Circle of Initiates 

Arthur Balfour
and some others

Association of Helpers 

Lord Rothschild
Waldorf Astor
Lord Halifax Edward Wood
Lord Lothian Philip Kerr
Lionel Curtis
Robert Brand
Geoffrey Dawson
The Rockefellers
Other international bankers
etc.

The Association of Helpers is the visible aspect of the secret society. It is called the Round Table and was founded in 1909. Lord Rothschild in Britain joined the Round Table, other international bankers such as the Rockefellers are also members.

Lionel Walter Rothschild - 'Lord Rothschild'Lionel Walter Rothschild

The Round Table members are in a junior position. They are not the top British slavemasters.

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Arthur Balfour and other members of the Cecil family joined the secret society. The secret society has always been dominated by members of the Cecil family. Alfred Milner married into the Cecil family and he became the head of the secret society. It was the Cecil family that gave power to the secret society.

The modern day slavemasters are the British nobility. At the core is the Cecil family.


U.S. Navy Commander Joseph Thompson had a career working for Naval Intelligence. Thompson had gone to Vienna and was a personal student of Sigmund Freud on the subject of the mind and psychoanalysis.

Sigmund Freud was a member of the Cecil family group – the Society for Psychical Research,
the place where they developed the subjects of Dianetics and Scientology.

Joseph Snake ThompsonCommander Joseph “Snake” Thompson

Ron Hubbard’s father, Harry Ross Hubbard, was ordered to report to Washington, D.C. Ron and his parents board the USS Ulysses S. Grant on 1 November 1923 and sail to New York. Commander Joseph Thompson was also on board on his way back to Washington D.C. During this voyage, Ron meets Commander Thompson. 5

the_USS_U.S._Grant_coming_into_Seward_Harbor_Alaska_-_1941United States Ship Ulysses S. Grant

Commander Thompson was stationed at Saint Elizabeths Hospital in Washington, DC – a mental health hospital.

Starting in 1923, Commander Thompson became the mentor of Ron Hubbard, who is 12 years old at the time. Commander Thompson spends many afternoons in the Library of Congress teaching Hubbard about the mind. 49

Further Introduction to Dianetics, an LRH lecture 23 September 1950 –

I was in the Orient when I was young. Of course, I was a harum-scarum kid; I wasn’t thinking about deep philosophic problems; but I had a lot of friends. One such friend was Commander “Snake” ThompsonHe had studied under Sigmund Freud, and he found me a very wide-eyed and wide-eared boy. He had just come from Vienna, and his mouth and mind were full of associative words, libido theories, conversion, and all the rest of it. He had served as an intelligence officer in Japan during the First World War.

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An LRH autobiographical note presented in the court case CSI vs Armstrong –

Through his friendship I attended many lectures given at Naval hospitals and generally became conversant with psychoanalysis as it had been exported from Austria by Freud.

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The Story of Dianetics and Scientology, an LRH lecture 18 October 1958 –

The story actually starts back when I was about twelve years old and I met one of the great men of Freudian analysis – a Commander Thompson. He was a commander in the United States Navy.

Anyway, at the Library of Congress in Washington, DC, where they have all the books on everything, he started shoving my nose into an education in the field of the mind. Now, that’s a very unusual thing to do, to take a twelve-year-old boy and start doing something with the mind. But he really got me interested in the subject – up to the point where I was pretty sure that Freud didn’t know what he was talking about.

One of the books that Commander Thompson shoved Ron Hubbard’s nose into was a Crowley book.

As a teenage boy Ron Hubbard accompanied his mother to the Library of Congress in Washington D.C. He found a book there that interested him, it was The Book of the Law by Aleister Crowley. The whole of the law was – Do what thou wilt. 10

In another book written by Crowley, Magic and Theory In Practice, he states –

The whole and sole object of all true magical training is to become free from every kind of limitation.

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The Tone Scale: Moving The PC Up The Scale, an LRH lecture 5 December 1952 –

Our whole activity tends to make an individual completely independent of any limitation.

Aleister Crowley was an MI 6 agent during and after World War I. And Sigmund Freud was connected to British intelligence through his membership in the Society for Psychical Research.

British intelligence means the Cecil family.
Society for Psychical Research means the Cecil family.

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On 15 March 1925, Freud admitted his complete “conversion” to belief in telepathy.

In May 1925, Frederick Edwards was re-appointed President of the American Society for Psychical Research. Frederick Edwards was supportive to Arthur Conan Doyle’s public lecture tour in America promoting Spiritualism. This caused the anti-spiritualism faction to leave the ASPR. Walter Franklin Prince and William McDougall founded the Boston Society for Psychical Research. (The split lasted until 1941.)

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Philip Henry Kerr was a member of the Round Table who worked directly with Lord Robert Cecil, and he held top positions in British intelligence. His cousin was Admiral Mark Kerr. Since childhood, Mark Kerr was lifelong friends with Phyllis Bedell. She married Major Ian MacBean and he worked for MI 6 in China. The point is – Major Ian MacBean had family connection right to the top of the British slavemasters. 50

lord_lothian_obit_dec_1940Philip Henry Kerr

In May 1928, Ron Hubbard is 17 years old when he traveled to China and met British MI 6 agent Major Ian MacBean. He spent six months there with MacBean. This is the time when Hubbard’s British intelligence career gets officially going.

Major_Ian_MacbeanIan MacBean – MI 6 British intelligence agent

Hubbard_Peking_1929Hubbard in Peking, under the tutelage of British MI6 agent Ian MacBean

On 1 January 1929, Ian MacBean writes a letter to Ron Hubbard, calls him a lieutenant and says he has been retained. 51


1929 
– Ron Hubbard is 18 years old in 1929. This is when he starts “studying material”.

The Hope of Man, an LRH lecture 3 June 1955 –

This Congress is given here to signalize an accomplishment of material studiedover a long, long period of time, over a quarter of a century

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Universes, an LRH lexture 6 April 1954 –

Now, that means that after twenty-five years of investigation we sit here with some answers.

1955 minus over a quarter century = 1929
1954 minus twenty five years = 1929

Hubbard starts “studying material” immediately after getting hired by Ian MacBean. He studies this material for twenty five years. The material he was studying for 25 years was Scientology, as you will soon see here…

Part of the material studied was the Veda, the Tao-Teh-King, Buddhism, etc.

LRH book The Phoenix Lectures –

…there is a set of hymns which as I recall were introduced into the societies of earth in about 8212 BC. These were religious hymns and they are our earliest debt in Scientology. Our earliest debt, because the very early hymns contain much that we know today…

I can tell you that today these hymns are still in existence. They are very hard to acquire in the western world. You have to find the specialized translations of them…

For to say that out of whole cloth and with no background, a Westerner such as myself should suddenly develop all you need to know to do the things they were trying to do, is an incredible and an unbelievable and an untrue statement.

The Veda… is best read in a literal translation from the Sanskrit. A great deal of our material in Scientology is discovered right back there.

The next written work, which is supposed to be the oldest written work, according to various friends of mine, is a book called The Book of Job. It is Indian and quite ancient.

Now, just coming down the track in a little more orderly fashion, we get to the Tao-Teh-King, which is known to us in the western world as Taoism. It was written by Lao-Tzu in approximately 529 BC. This is the next important milestone in the roadway of knowledge itself. Now what was the Tao: it meant the way to solving the mystery which underlies all mysteries.

…it teaches you that you had better get out of space and get away from objects if you’re going to achieve any consciousness of beingness, or to know things as they are, and it tells you that if you could do this then you’d know the whole answer and you’d be all set. And this is exactly what we are doing in Scientology.

We come then into the main period of the Dhyana. The Dhyana has, as a background, almost as legendary a distance as the Veda, appearing in India in its mythological period, legendary in its basics. Dharma was the name of a legendary Hindu sage…

We first find this Buddha called actually Bodhi, and a Bodhi is one who has attained intellectual and ethical perfection by human means. This probably would be a Dianetic Release or something of this level. Another level has been mentioned to me – Arhat, with which I am not particularly familiar, said to be more comparable to our idea of Theta Clear.

There were many Bodhis, or Buddhas. And the greatest of these was a fellow by the name of Gautama Sakyamuni…

Now we find, however, some of the things that were written by Gautama, find them very significantly interesting to us, completely aside from Dhyana (which could be literally translated as “Indian for Scientology“, if you wished to do that).

We find in Dharma-Pada:

“All that we are is the result of what we have thought. It is founded upon our thoughts.
It is made up of our thoughts.

By oneself evil is done. By oneself one suffers. By oneself evil is left undone. By oneself one is purified. Purity and impurity belong to oneself. No one can purify another.

The thoughtful who enter the way are freed from the bondage of sin.”

And if you lived a fairly pure life, lacking in sensuousness and evil practices, …you could break the endless chain of birth and death… But to reach salvation in one lifetime, that was the hope of Buddhism.

But now, moving forward on the time track over all of these ages, we discover that it took an awfully long time for the Veda to walk forward and emerge as a new knowledge called the Dhyana.

Now there, so far, is your track of wisdom… but the highest amongst those wisdoms is apparently the Veda and the teachings of Gautama Buddha.

Who had all this Eastern religious data translated and assembled was Oxford. They had the specialized translations of the Veda straight from the Sanskrit, and they had the 51 volume Sacred Books of the East.

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In September 1930
 Ron Hubbard enrolls in George Washington University where he pursued a major in civil engineering.

William Alanson White was a professor of psychiatry at George Washington University and he was Superintendent of Saint Elizabeths Hospital, a federal government mental hospital in Washington D.C.

William Alanson White is another mentor to Hubbard on the subject of the mind.

George_Washington_University_and_Saint_elizabeth's_Hospital

Universe: Basic Definitions, an LRH lecture 7 April 1954 –

Commander Thompson had studied with Freud and he was a good friend of mine and he talked to me a great deal about having psychoanalysis. So I went back and reviewed a bunch of the stuff which he’d talked to me about and studied it over again.

Well, I went over to a fellow over at Saint Elizabeths, William Allen White. I talked to him for a little while… He’d been a friend of mine before this, by the way, and a very, very nice fellow. And we were having a very informal discussion this way and that, and he was unfortunate enough however to throw me a few tidbits which tended to put me in my place about the field of the human mind, you see.

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Practicalities of a Practical Religion, an LRH lecture 3 June 1955 –

And I came back to this very city in which we’re giving this congress, and I took engineering… And majored, in that engineering, in finite energies, and thought of the finest energy I could think of – it must be the human mind. Experimented to discover how memory was stored, and found by no computation I could ever compute, that it – a man couldn’t remember, certainly by this computation, more than three month’s worth. Because there wasn’t that much storage space because energies weren’t that small.

And I was proposed, as a young engineer, a conundrum of such magnitude that I went over to my very good friend, the head of Saint Elizabeths Hospital… Dr. William Alan White.

He said, “If you pursue along this line” (…he was a golf friend of mine) – and “if you pursue along this line,” he said, “you tell me about it from time to time,” he says, “because I’ll be watching”.

Now, another fellow who had been more or less my mentor when I was a little kid – as a matter of fact, I followed in the footsteps of this man – Commander Thompson, who brought psychoanalysis straight from Vienna to the US Navy, and introduced psychoanalysis into the Navy… I told Commander Thompson about this work, I tried to get more information, and when I had turned to Commander Thompson and Dr. Alan White, I had turned to the only two probables in the country who could have shed any light on this subject at all.

So I went on from there, from 1932…

Ron Hubbard’s known mentors back then were Commander Thompson and William White. They were teaching Hubbard about the mind, Hubbard was not teaching them.

William Alanson WhiteWilliam Alanson White

1932 – Ron Hubbard drops out of college and proceeds to carry out one intelligence assignment after another, while still continuing to study Scientology material. You can read about his intelligence career in Chapter Twelve – Hubbard’s Lifelong Intelligence Career Twelve – 1.

1932 – Scientology was written as a science. It sure as hell wasn’t written by Hubbard, he is only 21 years old at the time. The initial Scientologists were scientists who were doing scientific investigation into mental and spiritual phenomena – at the Society for Psychical Research. They had scientifically proven that the various mental and spiritual abilities, such as telepathy, were real.

Introduction to the Eighth Unit, an LRH lecture 4 October 1954 –

The first science, by the way, 1932, was Scientologyand it was Scientology still in 1938 when it was first really named. And then it was Scientology some more in 1947. And then all of a sudden it became Dianetics.

The actual authors of Dianetics and Scientology are hidden, but who had all of the mental, spiritual and religious data used in its formation was the Society for Psychical Research.

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On 11 April 1933, 
Rockefeller Foundation president Max Mason assured trustees that in their program, “the Social Sciences will concern themselves with the rationalization of social control, …the control of human behavior.

In 1934, John Rawlings Reese became the medical director of the Tavistock Institute of Medical Psychology (aka Tavistock Clinic) in London. He is an agent for the New World Order, advocating World government.

JohnRawlingsRees TavistockJohn Rawlings Rees

1934 – William Franklin Prince died and then the Boston Society for Psychical Research falls into obscurity. After eighteen years of research with the American Society for Psychical Research, and in spite of his doubts about certain phenomena, he eventually concluded that a case for the reality of telepathy and clairvoyance has been “absolutely and scientifically proved.” And that the evidence that the personality survives death was “very promising.”

1934 – Wing Anderson was a 33rd degree Scottish Rite Freemason. He was on the Board of Directors of the American Society for Psychical Research.

Wing_Anderson_largeWing Anderson

He claims he was visited by an ancient master in 1934 and inspired to republish the Oahspe39

He did republish the “1891 version” of the Oahspe.

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In 1935, psycho-psychiatrist William Sargant went to work at Maudsley Hospital, where he worked along with MI 6 psychiatrist John Rawlings Rees. Sargant used abreactive therapy in conjunction with drugs and electroshock, just like John Rees was doing during World War I.

William Walters SargantWilliam Walters Sargant

Sargant experimented with numerous vicious drugs and drugs given in combination. He also performed leucotomies. Sargant spent 38 years butchering people with his horrific treatments.

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lobotomy

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Frieda Fromm-Reichmann arrived at Chestnut Lodge Sanitarium in the summer of 1935. She suggested that her buddy Harry Stack Sullivan also be hired, and Sullivan was hired in 1936. Sullivan was a psychiatrist who was an agent for the New World Order – Sullivan strongly advocated world citizenship under a World government.

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Harry Stack Sullivan worked at Chestnut Lodge Sanitarium in Rockville, Maryland. Sullivan also worked with William White at Saint Elizabeths Hospital. Sullivan was a homosexual pedophile – sex with young boys. 23

Chestnut Lodge Asylum

CHESTNUT LODGE ASYLUM

Frieda Fromme-Reichmann was a psychoanalyst and she assisted in mental health projects on behalf of the New World Order.

Frieda picFrieda

Ron Hubbard knew Frieda Fromm-Reichmann.

So my only quarrel with psychiatry is their ethics are out. Frieda Fromm-Reichmann wrote a book… in which she begged throughout the book for the psychiatrist and his profession to get in his own ethics on his own practitioners.

Suppressives and GAEs, an LRH lecture 2 August 1966
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Hildegard Peplau recalled her time at Chestnut Lodge, after Sullivan showed up, and wrote of the areas of theory she learned –

I learned so much there (Chestnut Lodge) by reading, observing, seminars and lectures.

The orientation of Chestnut Lodge was Sullivanian.

However, I also studied Freud, etc. 33

Harry Stack Sullivan was the leading psychiatrist at Chestnut Lodge.

In 1937 Winfred Overholser becomes superintendent at Saint Elizabeths Hospital. Winfred Overholser immediately introduced insulin shock treatment. 48 Shortly after that, Overholser brought in an electric shock machine to be used on patients. Watson W. Eldridge happily went about shocking the patients into a coma – bringing that pain to the inmates at Saint Elizabeths.

Saint Elizabeths Hospital, Chestnut Lodge Sanitarium, and Central Intelligence Agency headquarters –
are within 10 miles of each other. Ron Hubbard was involved with all of them.map_Chestnut_Lodge_and_CIA

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1938 
– Excalibur is written. It is the first book written on modern Scientology.

Introduction: The Q List and Beginning of Logics, an LRH lecture 10 Nov 1952 –

The Axioms were basically written on a summary of information which, began in November of 1938. And the basic Axioms of Dianetics were written at that time.
It’s interesting that the material at that time was called Scientology.
It appeared in an unpublished manuscript called Excalibur.

There’s that material Hubbard was studying for 25 years, it was called Scientology. It was called that since 1871.

Excalibur was the first book on modern Scientology – and it was written on a summary of information.

Who wrote the summary

and where they got all the data to summarize

had to be the Society for Psychical Research

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Universes, an LRH lecture 6 April 1954 –

There’s a book called Excalibur which was written in 1938. That book is about 125 thousand words and is the theoretical top level of philosophic principles which we’re still using. The word survive and the first principle of existence also appear in Excalibur and are run down to a considerable extent.

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Case Analysis – Question and Answer Period, an LRH lecture 4 August 1958 –

…Excalibur is actually devoted to brain mechanisms as well as many of the principles which led to the research line. But it described brain mechanisms, and so forth…

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Introduction To The Eighth Unit, an LRH lecture 4 October 1954 –

The first science, by the way, 1932, was Scientology, and it was Scientology still in 1938 when it was first really named.

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1939 to 1949 
– Harry Stack Sullivan is back working at Chestnut Lodge Sanitarium again, being a consultant. He is there when L. Ron Hubbard gets his final training at Chestnut Lodge. Sullivan delivers over 200 lectures at Chestnut Lodge during this time.

Harry Stack Sullivan - Lonely Man

1 September 1939 – Germany invades Poland to start World War II.

World War II was from 1939 to 1945.

William Sargant was assigned to Sutton Emergency Medical Service.

Sargant ran his horrific treatments on soldiers and civilians. He was using drugs to facilitate abreactive therapy.

Sargant combined his own psychotic cocktail of “abreaction”, where he gets patients to relive traumatic experiences, but while under heavy use of barbiturates. (Hubbard did the same, combining abreactive therapy and drugs.)

Concerning this time period, David Clark May writes:

William Sargant was practicing narcoanalysis and abreactive therapy with ether, whipping battle neurosis cripples into dramatic abreactive displays of emotion and terror…  21

WWI Thompson abreaction under narcosis

The subjects of Dianetics and Scientology were both developed underneath British intelligence – the Cecil family.

Willhelm Mayer-Gross was brought in, he was an authority on insulin coma therapy.

wilhelm 'Willy' Mayer-GrossWillhelm ‘Willy’ Mayer-Gross

R. D. Laing was a psychiatrist who was there. He was horrified by what the British psychiatrists were doing to people.

R.D. LaingRonald David Laing

He wrote a book against abusive psychiatric treatment – Wisdom, Madness and Folly, The Making of a Psychiatrist.

Willy was imported to Britain from Germany.

They wanted him to institute insulin coma shock ‘therapy’ on those labelled schizophrenic – even though it was known to have an abysmal ‘cure’ rate, basically non-existent. Only 1 in 20 had any sort of ‘improvement’ at all! And yet as a result of this one patient by the end of the WW II, 20,000 or more anxiety hysterias had had this treatment in the American forces alone and its use spread over the world as a ‘treatment of war neuroses’.

Wisdom, Madness and Folly, The Making of a Psychiatrist by R.D. Laing

Insulin was administered until the patients went into deep comas and sometimes epileptic fits. 52

Insulin shock

insulin termination treatment

The policy was to put it in at a level at which epileptic fits were liable to occur, but to avoid them if possible. Backs could break. Light is extremely epiletogenic under a lot of insulin. The ward was entirely blacked out.

(epiletogenic means capable of causing an epileptic attack)

It was essential to get each patient out of his or her coma before too long, because if we did not, the coma became ‘irreversible’.

Wisdom, Madness and Folly, The Making of a Psychiatrist by R.D. Laing

insulin ward

Some remained in the coma and never again regained consciousness. Electro Convulsive Therapy (ECT) was used while they were in the coma, without their permission and even against their will.

Sargant said –

Many patients unable to tolerate a long course of ECT, can do so when anxiety is relieved by narcosis.

What is so valuable is that they generally have no memory about the actual length of the treatment or the numbers of ECT used. After 3 or 4 treatments they may ask for ECT to be discontinued because of an increasing dread of further treatments. Combining sleep with ECT avoids this.

All sorts of treatment can be given while the patient is kept sleeping, including a variety of drugs and ECT which together generally induce considerable memory loss for the period under narcosis. As a rule the patient does not know how long he has been asleep, or what treatment, even including ECT, he has been given. Under sleep … one can now give many kinds of physical treatment, necessary, but often not easily tolerated.

An Introduction To Physical Methods Of Treatment In Psychiatry by William Sargant

There were many casualties under his sadistic hand, people that died, had personality deterioration, epileptic seizures, and even incontinence. Failures in treatment were due to the patient’s lack of a “good previous personality”. These failures were sent to mental hospitals – permanently damaged and unable to function in life.

Psychiatrist R.D. Laing saw that they were not helping people, they were destroying them –

I was just beginning to suspect that insulin and electric shocks did more harm than good. In fact, I had begun to have to call into question my own sanity, because I was beginning to suspect that insulin and electric shocks, not to mention lobotomy and the whole environment of a psychiatric unit were ways of destroying people and driving people crazy if they were not so before, and crazier if they were.

Wisdom, Madness and Folly, The Making of a Psychiatrist by R.D. Laing

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John Rawlings Rees became Director of British Army psychiatry in World War II and he brought the Tavistock Clinic psychs with him. This included psychiatrists Wilfred Bion, John Bowlby, Ronald Hargreaves, Jock Sutherland, John Rickman, and Tommy Wilson. Rees also brought psychologists Eric Trist, Ben Morris, and Harold Bridger. They primarily worked out of Maudsley Hospital. 14, 15, 25

 



John Rawlings Rees became Director of British Army psychiatry in World War II and he brought the Tavistock Clinic psychs with him. This included psychiatrists Wilfred Bion, John Bowlby, Ronald Hargreaves, Jock Sutherland, John Rickman, and Tommy Wilson. Rees also brought psychologists Eric Trist, Ben Morris, and Harold Bridger. They primarily worked out of Maudsley Hospital. 14, 15, 25

 

OSS and CIA Are British Intelligence

Britain had a foreign intelligence section called MI 6. The United States did not have a foreign intelligence service.
British intelligence instigated, trained and ran American intelligence before, during, and after World War II.

The American version of MI 6 was the Office of Strategic Services, which became the Central Intelligence Agency.

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British Prime Minister Winston Churchill sent William Stephenson to the United States on 21 June 1940, to covertly establish and run MI 6 in New York City. It was called British Security Coordination (BSC), with headquarters at Room 3603 Rockefeller Center.

Sir William Stephenson SOEWilliam Samuel Stephenson

Stephenson was tasked to obtain the assurance of American participation in secret activities throughout the world in the closest possible collaboration with the British“.

William Stephenson was soon a close adviser to American President Franklin Roosevelt, and suggested that he put Stephenson’s good friend William J. Donovan in charge of all U.S. intelligence services. It was done.

Special Operations Executive was formed 22 July 1940 as part of British intelligence.

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Rear Admiral John Godfrey is Director of Naval Intelligence of the Royal Navy. Ian Fleming was his personal assistant. Fleming worked with Colonel “Wild Bill” Donovan, President Franklin Roosevelt’s special representative on intelligence co-operation between London and Washington.

In May 1941 Fleming accompanied Godfrey to the United States, where he assisted in writing a blueprintfor the Office of the Coordinator of Information, the department which turned into the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) and eventually became the CIA. 8

Ian Fleming was friends with another long time MI 6 agent – Aleister Crowley1

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December 6, 1941 – William Stephenson, chief of MI 6 in America, established and operated Camp X in Ontario, Canada.

Agents from the Office of Strategic Services secretly attended Camp X. Most notable was Colonel William Donovan.

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Camp x where Williamson trained spies.

In February and March 1942, Garland Williams and George White trained at Camp X. It was at Camp X that the OSS operated an “assassination and elimination” training program that was dubbed “the school of mayhem and murder” by George Hunter White.

George Hunter White in MKultra daysGeorge Hunter White

White had close ties to mob boss Meyer Lansky, working with him on assassinations and other unsavory activities.

Meyer LanskyMeyer Lansky

Several officers who trained at Camp X became top CIA officials: Richard Helms, William Colby, Frank Wisner Jr., James Jesus Angelton. Other notable students were anthropologist Gregory Bateson, the husband of Margaret Mead, and Alfred M. Hubbard. 37

Office of Strategic Services (OSS) was established in June 1942. It was headed by William Donovan.

David K.E. Bruce was the Chief of the OSS Special Intelligence division and he worked directly with the British Special Operations Executive. Bruce headed the OSS office in London.

Note –
David K.E. Bruce was married to Andrew Mellon’s daughter, which makes MI 6 directly mixed up with Timothy Leary and LSD, and The Brotherhood of Eternal Love. Timothy Leary was a CIA agent who worked out of a Mellon family mansion to peddle LSD and other hallucinogenic drugs, using the Brotherhood of Eternal Love as the main distributor of the drugs. These people, some of whom were Scientologists, were involved in CIA drug pushing all across America.

David_K.E._BruceDavid K.E. Bruce

June 1942 – Garland H. Williams joined the OSS and was appointed Deputy Chief of Special Operations.

Garland H. WilliamsGarland H. Williams

He was sent to London to confer with the Chief of the Special Operations Executive, William Keswick.

William J. (Tony) Keswick

Chairman of Shanghai Municipal Council 1940-41 taipan of Jardine,Matheson Trading Company,Shanghai Director of SOE in Far East (London) 1942-45 codename AD/U brother of John died 1990

CHAIRMAN OF SHANGHAI MUNICIPAL COUNCIL 1940-41
TAIPAN OF JARDINE,MATHESON TRADING COMPANY,SHANGHAI
DIRECTOR OF SOE IN FAR EAST (LONDON) 1942-45
CODENAME AD/U
BROTHER OF JOHN
DIED 1990

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After meeting with Keswick, Garland was sent home with SOE’s training manuals and helped establish OSS training schools in Maryland and Virginia.

31 October 1942 – a committee was activated to investigate using drugs in the interrogation of Prisoners of War.
The chairman of the OSS Truth drug committee was Dr. Winfred Overholser, the Superintendent of Saint Elizabeths Hospital.

Per another CIA document referred to as OSS Truth Serum – George Hunter White and doctor Watson W. Eldridge were mixed up in using marijuana as part of interrogating prisoners. Watson Eldridge was a doctor at Saint Elizabeths Hospital.

. Winfred Overholser
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Another thing that the OSS researchers (White, Eldridge etc.) specifically advocated was combining morphine with scopalamine, in which a “state of twilight sleep” could be induced and that under such conditions a person would talk freely about things that they wouldn’t normally. They used the mental patients under Overholser’s watch at Saint Elizabeths Hospital as their guinea pigs for this truth-telling cocktail of drugs.

It was disastrous for the patients. Some slipped into comas, or they started hallucinating to the point that now they really were insane.

 

 

But, when one patient died of heart failure that started getting too many questions asked, so that particular project was scrapped but not the others. Despite these “problems” the program was transferred out from under the National Defense Research Council, and was put under the Office of Research and Development of the OSS starting January 1, 1943 – nicknamed Division 19.

Margaret_MeadMargaret Mead

Margaret Mead worked for the OSS. She advocated world citizenship under a world government. She also worked with Harold Wolff on several CIA mind control projects – codename MK Ultra. She also had her own MK Ultra projects she worked on.

Nelson Rockefeller was a member of the Round Table and the Council on Foreign Relations. He worked for the OSS.

Nelson_RockefellerNelson Rockefeller

In 1943, William H. Shepardson, Director of the Council on Foreign Relations, becomes the head of the OSS Secret Intelligence Branch. Allen Dulles was in the Council on Foreign Relations. Dulles also worked for the OSS.

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William Hart Shepardson

The OSS was a swarming beehive of New World Order agents – they were British agents.

OSS 1945 - James Russell Forgan and “Wild Bill” Donovan are at the far end of the table.

OSS 1945 – JAMES RUSSELL FORGAN AND “WILD BILL” DONOVAN ARE AT THE FAR END OF THE TABLE.

 

The OSS became the Central Intelligence Agency with New World Order agent Allen Dulles as its Director.

OSS and CIA are actually British intelligence. They were headed by agents for the British New World Order.

OSS and CIA are not American intelligence agencies. They are British intelligence, operating inside the American government.

Since the OSS and CIA are part of the American government, that makes it appear that their actions are the actions of the American government, when in fact their actions are dictated by (and thus are attributive to) the British rule-the-world crowd.

British intelligence played a large role in using America to forward the British nobility world-domination plan.

You can read all about that in Scientology Roots Chapter Nine – British Intelligence Sabotaging America.

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Hubbard and the Big Push in Social Psychiatry

 

1945 – World War II ends.

Ewen Cameron, John Rees and Lord Moran visited with top Nazi Rudolph Hess before he appeared for his trial.

In 1945, Ron Hubbard conducts mental research for the United States Navy.

Methodology of Auditing Not Doingness and Occlusion, an LRH lecture 4 August 1961 –

I’m sure that Freudian analysis can work because I can make it work. In 1945 I ruined more cases for the United States Navy. I ruined cases left and right by finding guys out on a park bench and pulling some second-dynamic traumatic experience, you see.

And then they were keeping records on the effect of hormones on 241 ex-prisoners of war and that sort of thing, you know? And of course, I had access to their records.

So of course they were running a wonderful test program for me. It must have cost the government hundreds of thousands of dollars. And they would write down in the records how it affected the patient on this day and how it affected him on the next day. And, oh, these were beautiful statistical records, so all you had to do was alter the psychic attitude of the patient toward sex, then go look at the records a few days later, and of course you had the direct test of what you were doing.

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Right after World War II ends, the New World Order people and their demented minions start a big push on their behavior modification program for humanity – towards the end of people accepting their world government idea.

Psychiatrist Harry Stack Sullivan was an ardent proponent of world citizenship, as was psychiatrist Brock Chisholm. They hoped that world loyalty would replace allegiance to a nation. Sullivan and Chisholm were agents for the British New World Order.

In 1945 Harry Stack Sullivan invited Brock Chisholm to lecture at the William Alanson White Foundation on
The Psychiatry of Enduring Peace and Social Progress.

Chisholm WWIIGeorge Brock Chisholm

Some statements made by Brock Chisholm…

…at least three requirements are basic to any hope of permanent world peace.

First-security, elimination of the occasion for valid fear of aggression. This is attainable …by legislation backed by immediately available combined force prepared to suppress ruthlessly any appeal to force by any peoples in the world.

What basic psychological distortion can be found in every civilization of which we know anything? …the only psychological force capable of producing these perversions is morality, the concept of right and wrong…

The re-interpretation and eventually the eradication of the concept of right and wrong which has been the basis of child training…

The pretense is made… to do away with right and wrong would produce uncivilized people, immorality, lawlessness and social chaos. The fact is that most psychiatrists and psychologists and many other respectable people have escaped from these moral chains and are able to observe and think freely.

The people who definitely do not want to fight any more wars must promise annihilation to any nation which starts to fight and must be prepared immediately and ruthlessly to carry out that promise without parley or negotiation.

This involves the continual upkeep of widely dispersed atomic rocket stationscovering the whole world and a continual high pressure research program to discover ever more efficient methods of killing to keep ahead of any possible competition.


Ruthless 
annihilation for those whose only real “crime” is they do not bend the knee.

ALL hail the Gods of the New World Order!

 

All Hail

The next fabulously insane lecture by Brock Chisholm, “The Responsibility of Psychiatrists”…

Two, to watch carefully for signs that any individuals or groups are becoming potential enemies and to kill them all ruthlessly before they can become strong;

… shorter, more effective techniques of treatment. Shock, chemotherapy- group therapy… Hypno- and narco -analysis, psycho-drama- even surgery, can all be used, and some of these methods may be employed by other than trained psychiatrists.

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Chisholm now attempts to figure out the logistics of zapping and drugging and surgerying everyone in the world – should it become necessary, which he says that it is. What’s an enslaver to do – too many people to ZAP, not enough time, basically.

If large numbers, additional thousands, of psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, psychiatric social workers, hypnotists, group therapists and general practitioners are to be produced within any reasonable number of years, a very extensive overhauling of the educational system will be necessary.

It is clearly desirable at this stage of things that any advantages for suffering people to be found in psychotherapy of any type should not be advertised; the recognized need is already far greater than can possibly be met within the next ten or twenty years. If all the people showing neurotic symptoms, inferiorities, irrational fears, personality disabilities… were suddenly to identify the source of these symptoms within their own personalities and to demand help from psychiatrists, then many times the previously suggested number of psychiatrists and other professional workers would be needed.

When now we also have to recognize that neuroses propagate themselves and affect whole families… Psychiatrists, once the necessary one or two or three millions of them are available, should be trained as salesmen and taught all the techniques of breaking down sales resistance.

Talking therapy provided the answer to the problem of needing millions of psychiatrists to treat everyone in the world. You do not need to be a doctor to be a practitioner in talking therapy. This is where Ron Hubbard and Dianetics comes into play. The book, Dianetics, promoted the idea that any 2 people could read the book, and then practice psychotherapy on each other. Thereby eliminating the need for a “psychiatric professional”, which, as Chisholm just said, there were not enough of…

Now let’s look at some statements made by Harry Stack Sullivan…

Harry Stack Sullivan - Lonely ManHarry Stack Sullivan

Sullivan agrees with Chisholm’s options, particularly the annihilation one…

The bomb that fell on Hiroshima punctuated history. The man whose wisdom and foresight in large measure made that bomb had dealt with human destiny with fully human competence. The gods of local certainties, of local moralities, of local loyalty, of personal/salvation, of hate and prejudice and the intolerance of others passed into history.

Here is why they really dropped atom bombs on two Japanese cities, Hiroshima and Nagasaki. It was the same reason for doing World War II – so they could try and scare the rest of us into submitting to their “master plan”.

Atom_Bombing_Japan_-_WWIIAtom bomb – Japan

Per Sullivan, it was therapeutic to drop atom bombs on two cities in Japan. How utterly disgusting this man is.

And now, Sullivan makes a huge mistake. He gives away the REAL plan…

I think that the peoples of the world would be less hesitant to become subjects of a world government eternally vigilant to maintain overwhelming destructive force, ready instantly to use every sanction and to destroy any who would again provoke war… if …it were certain that this mighty garrison state which would exercise sovereignty over every person in the world was to be but a temporary precaution to protect the helpless while men of good will would be working out a fully civilized way of life for the peoples of the earth..

Definition of Garrison State 

A centralized state dominated by military rather than by civilian personnel and policies, especially one whose military preparations threaten to convert it into a totalitarian state. A permanent military installation, a police state.

The slavemaster plan is a police state exercising sovereignty over every person in the world. That is their true idea for their world government.

Anyone not submitting to slavemaster rule will be ruthlessly annihilated.

There will be no rights or freedoms.

The slavemasters will dictate what you are allowed to think and how to live.

They are currently getting laws passed to jail anyone critical of them.

Step by step they are moving the world towards an absolute slavery.

Scientology does not expose and oppose the British New World Order.

Scientology, even today, advocates the British New World Order.

What I just said is proven by facts that are laid out in this book.

I cannot tell you, yet, what is to come, but suffice it to say that it will not be pretty, and it will not be easy, for those who ride the rest of humanity like ticks on a dog – sucking the life out of it a bit at a time. This does not mean WAR in the sense that you know it, not at all. But, what is to come will not be a pleasant transition for these monsters-of-their-own-making.

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1946 – Alan Gregg, the Medical Director of the Rockefeller Foundation, was interested in finding out if there was a group committed to undertaking, under conditions of peace, the kind of social psychiatry that had developed in the army under conditions of war.

Key members of Tavistock Clinic decided to form a group that Alan Gregg was looking for. They were given the Rockefeller grant which led to the birth of the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations, in London.

The Tavistock Institute of Human Relations was formed in 1946 by a group of key men of the original Tavistock Clinic including John Rawlings Rees, Eric Trist, Wilfred Bion, Ronald Hargreaves, Elliott Jaques, Henry Dicks, Leonard Browne, Mary Luff, and Tommy Wilson. Other well-known names that joined the group were, Kurt Lewin, John Bowlby, John D. Sutherland, and Fred Emery. 15 

So now they want to do psychiatry on everyone, like the world is now one big mental hospital with these fruitcakes in charge of “curing” us – using drugs, therapies, and propaganda to accomplsih behavior modification.

Tavistock Institute of Human Relations is a sister to Yale Institute of Human Relations. Both are Rockefeller-funded. Both are rat-nest think tanks for hatching social engineering methods. They are part of a network of front groups practicing Social Psychiatry.

The Rat Bastards are trying to figure out how to control humanity to do their bidding.

Geoffrey Gorer worked for the Yale Institute of Human Relations and the OSS. He wrote an essay which clearly illustrates the goal of this network.

The essay was entitled The Remaking of Man.

One of the most urgent problems – facing the world today is how to change the character and behavior of adult human beings within a single generation. 17

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On January 27, 1946 two neurologists, Johannes Nielsen and George Thompson, organized a meeting of a select group interested in “the biological basis of behavior”.

The Society of Biological Psychiatry emerged from that meeting.

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Some quotes from the book –

It is also known that one’s instincts are inherited behavior patterns which exist as engrammes…

These engrammes are so fundamental in determining one’s instinctive drives that, in spite of all education, and in spite of all the judgment a man may develop, he nevertheless cannot set aside the fundamental channels of his activity.

Motivation is in fact, largely unconscious.

…we believe that the basic pathology [of schizophrenia] is an engrammaticdiencephalic disorganization.

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In September 1947, the OSS became the Central Intelligence Agency.

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August 1948 – William Sargant goes to work at Saint Thomas Hospital in London, and stays there until 1973.

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Sargant subjected patients to up to three months insulin coma therapy combined with electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), and various drugs. He said in a talk delivered in Leeds:

For several years past we have been treating severe resistant depression with long periods of sleep treatment. We can now keep patients asleep or very drowsy for up to 3 months if necessary. During sleep treatment we also give them ECT and anti-depressant drugs.

Royal Waterloo Hospital was part of Saint Thomas Hospital. Sargant ran his sleep room in Ward 5 at Royal Waterloo.

Sargant specialized in children and women. Almost all were teenage girls and women in their early 20s.  53

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Elizabeth Reed was just 22 years old and engaged to be married.

Elizabeth before Sargant got hold of her
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She was diagnosed with ‘obsessional neurosis’.

Whatever the frack that meant.

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There are many horrors that Elizabeth Reed recalls from her time at London’s Royal Waterloo Hospital… She describes a small, windowless room… just lit by a night lamp…

Heavily drugged and subjected to horrendous levels of electro-convulsive therapy and even lobotomies, the unluckiest were taken to the ‘Narcosis Room’, where they were put to sleep for weeks at a time.

‘It was so frightening. First of all, they injected you and you had an awful feeling of falling backwards into yourself.’

‘It was like being buried alive,’ she says. ‘I was lying there in the dark, hour after hour, and couldn’t move. I wasn’t aware of my body,  just my head in this darkness. You could hear people moving around and other people breathing and moaning.’

‘The worst time was when I started not to be asleep. I was awake, but couldn’t move or speak. It was torture, lying there for hours in the darkness.’

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‘I can remember the sound of the ECT machine being wheeled down the corridor and it being switched on and off in other rooms,’ she says.

‘After ECT, you didn’t know who you were.’

‘…if you’ve been put in a sleep room, then your memories are not going to be clear.
I lost a huge chunk of my past. Many of us were left with pieces of our memory missing.’

‘He damaged us,’  says Elizabeth. ‘He destroyed our potential.’ After being discharged from Ward 5, she was unable to cope with her career in marketing and took jobs as a supermarket shelf-stacker and a cleaning lady.

‘It changed me. I lost interest in things,’ she says. ‘There was no way back to my old life. I am angry about what I feel I missed out on. I’ve lost chunks of my memory.’

According to Hilary Jameson… being admitted to Ward 5 was ‘like falling into the jaws of hell’. As a 17-year-old A-level student in Oxford, she stopped eating after her parents’ divorce, though she insists she was far from anorexic.

Hilary was forced to undergo ECT… ‘It was impossible to rebel because you were constantly drugged,’ she says.  ‘…most patients in Ward 5 were just young girls who had problems with their families. It was barbaric.’ Hilary adds: ‘It dulled me an awful lot. It knocked the spirit out of me. Taking so many drugs had a bad effect – by the time I was 26 I had ovarian cysts.’

…women like Elizabeth and Hilary… want to know how Sargant can have been allowed to get away with such monstrous behaviour. ‘ We’re still suffering from what he and his colleagues did to us.’

A leading psychiatric expert, Professor Malcolm Lader of King’s College, London, recalls how, as a junior doctor, Sargant showed him his sleep room several times…

‘To be frank, I was horrified by what I saw,’ he says. ‘It was a fraught procedure to be sedated for that amount of time. Most importantly, there was no evidence that narcosis had any effect. He was doling out drugs in large doses that were way above the recommended maximum dose. I resolved never to send anyone there.’

Four patients are known to have died there and yet no one stepped in to stop him. In Australia and Canada, where Sargant’s methods were disastrously emulated, dozens of narcosis patients died.  53


Harry Bailey trained with Robert Heath of Tulane University. Heath received CIA funding under MK Ultra to conduct research into electrical stimulation of the brain using surgically implanted electrodes.

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Harry Bailey was chief psychiatrist at Chelmsford Private Hospital in Sydney, where he used deep sleep treatment resulting in the death of 26 patients. Bailey and Sargant were in close contact and were in contest with each other to see which of them could keep a patient in the deepest coma. Bailey was linked with the deaths of 85 patients.

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Sargant was the sadistic nutcase who pioneered the Pain-Drug-Hypnosis behavior modification method – for MI 6.

Gordon Thomas was a British Broadcasting Corporation producer who was one of the first writers to gain access to some 200,000 CIA documents on MK ULTRA. Thomas had several interviews with William Sargant and wrote an article about what he learned – Inside the Sleep Room.  

Here are some passages from the article

When I was a BBC producer, Sargant had appeared on my television shows. …he told me about his work for MI5 and MI6.

In 1948 Sargant was appointed director of the department of psychological medicine at St Thomas’ Hospital, London, and remained there until his retirement in 1972, also treating patients at other hospitals…

Yet even they did not suspect that Sargant, as early as 1948, had made a Faustian bargain with Britain’s two intelligence services.

MI5 is the country’s prime internal counter-espionage service. MI6, the Secret Intelligence Service, plans, carries out and conducts clandestine operations and intelligence-gathering on a worldwide basis.

In the late 1940s, at the outset of the Cold War, both services urgently looked for new ways to understand, combat and overcome the medical manipulations of Soviet and Chinese psychiatrists. In Sargant they found a willing tutor.

At military bases in Britain… he conducted drug-related experiments on so-called “military volunteers.” Other drug experiments were performed at Britain’s most secret chemical and biological warfare establishment at Porton Down. Again “volunteers” from military mental hospitals and from military prisons were used.

American intelligence sent observers to monitor these tests. Among them was one of the CIA’s senior biochemists, Frank Olson, and Sidney Gottlieb, the overall head of the CIA MK ULTRA program.

The three men became close friends. On each trip they visited Sargant’s department at St. Thomas’s to study patient records. They also shared with Sargant the latest mind-altering research being carried out at Fort Detrick, Maryland. 32

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Notice that British intelligence is behind behavior modification and mind control research.

British intelligence is also behind the American intelligence agencies doing this kind of research.

Sargant was butchering people with pain-drug-hypnosis treatments. The patient is knocked out with drugs, given electric shocks, and verbal hypnotic commands are installed while he is unconscious.

American psychiatrist Ewen Cameron worked at the Rockefeller-funded Allan Memorial Institute. It is part of McGill University in Montreal, Canada. Cameron was another sadistic sociopath monster. Cameron and Sargant worked together doing PDH.

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William Walters Sargant              Donald Ewen Cameron

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In hypnosis, a person is put into a trance. Then you can install a command that the person will obey when he is brought out of the trance. All of this does not work with most people. But that is where they got the idea to install commands after making a person unconscious with drugs.

There are two steps to behavior modification.

Step 1 – Removal of your personality
Step 2 – Install the new personality

The initial step of wiping out the person’s memory and identity was called depatterning. LSD, brain surgery, and brutal electric shocks were all used to accomplish depatterning.

The patients were subjected to months of chemically-induced comas meant to destroy their memories of themselves and their families – a human catastrophe that stripped more than 300 people of their identities.

Cameron’s patients were woken from drug-induced stupors two or three times a day for multiple electric shocks. The patient would be given an electric shock, followed by five to nine smaller ones, two or three times a day for up to thirty days. These electric shocks were severe, at 30 to 40 times the normal power. Hospital workers at the time have reported that the screaming echoed around the hospital.

The patients were dazed, incapable of taking care of themselves, often groping their way around the hospital and urinating on the floor.

Cameron wrote that his typical depatterning patient – “There is complete amnesia for all events in his life.”
The depatterning was considered completed when the victim had lost all his memory and identity.

Once this depatterning was completed, the second step was entered into, which was called Heteropsychic Driving. Hetero means other or different. In other words, they will now install a different personality or identity.

A helmet would be clamped on their heads and negative messages would be repeated into the victim’s mind for sixteen hours a day. These messages would repeat phrases like “My mother hates me, my husband hates me, I am a failure”, and so on, using recordings of the victim’s own voice. Cameron would also wire their legs and give them an electric shock after the completion of each message.

Recording the patient during psychotherapy sessions then playing it back to them – part of the “psychic driving” process.

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Cameron wrote that this technique provided “direct, controlled changes in personality.”

Inside the Sleep Room by Gordon Thomas –

His name was William Walters Sargant… He was the British end of the most sinister program ever approved by the United States government: MK Ultra, an intelligence agency effort designed to control all human behavior.

One of a series of research programs that sought to control and manipulate human behavior, MK Ultra included wide-ranging experiments with LSD and other drugs, hypnosis, electric shock…

Sargant, like Cameron, had devised a system where all patients in the Sleep Room received endless instructions on a tape loop. They were played through a recorder placed under each pillow.

…at the Allan Memorial Institute… patients received their messages through adapted football helmets strapped to their heads.

There was another link between Sargant and Cameron: Leonard Rubenstein. He worked for MI 5At the Allan Memorial Institute he ran the “research and behavioral laboratory.” There he created the tape loops. He had flown to London to show Sargant how they should be fashioned. 32

Under the guise of mental treatment, patients became lab rats in slavemaster behavior modification research.

Linda Macdonald was a young mother suffering depression when she was admitted. She underwent brutal electroshock that permanently erased all memory of her previous life.

Mary C. was a 52 year-old woman Cameron tortured. She was going through menopause and Cameron used those symptoms to diagnose her as a hypochondriac. 54 

Madeleine Smith, a 28-year-old Canadian newscaster, was another Cameron casualty. Madeleine was taken into the operating room for brain surgery. The surgeon drilled a hole through her skull. An instrument was used to make several sweeping incisions through her brain.

While the surgeon worked, Ewen Cameron stood over the young woman, plying her with questions until he was assured the surgeon had achieved the desired result. When Madeleine vacantly stared and could only grunt in response, the surgery ended. Madeleine lived the rest of her life an automaton in the confines of an insane asylum.

Monster

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They do not care about anyone’s mental, spiritual, or physical well-being.

Their only interest is how to get people to do what they want.

Sociopaths put up a white mask over their evil mask, cloaking their evil destructive acts by claiming they were helping.

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The CIA paid Cameron $69,000 for mind control research. It was MKULTRA Subproject 68.

Ewen Cameron also advocated the New World Order in public speeches.

British intelligence instigated behavior modification and mind control research in England, using sadistic monsters like William Sargant and John Rees. British intelligence then instigated the American intelligence agencies to do it –
using sadistic monsters like Ewen Cameron.

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1948 – Harry Stack Sullivan, an advocate for world citizenship, goes to London where he is a key figure in forming the World Federation for Mental Health.

The First International Congress of Mental Health was organized in London by the British National Association for Mental Hygiene. It was attended by 2,000 people from various countries in the world. It was held on 16 to 21 August, 1948.

Before the conference got started, a group of 25 people met to discuss how to influence the 2,000 attendees into supporting the political objective of forming a world government. John Rawlings Rees, Harry Stack Sullivan, Margaret Mead were key members in the group of 25 people.

They produced a pamphlet to hand out to the 2,000 attendees that contained this statement – the ultimate goal of mental health – to help men to live with their fellows in one world.

The title of the pamphlet – Mental Health And World Citizenship

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Noteworthy statements in this document:

Studies of human development indicate the modifiability of human behaviorthroughout life, especially during infancy, childhood and adolescence, by human contacts. Examination of social institutions in many countries shows that these also can be modified.

Principles of mental health cannot be successfully furthered in any society unless there is progressive acceptance of the concept of world citizenship.

Systematic explorations of the human mind in health as, well as in disease, carried out by psychiatrists and others in recent decades, give some conception of the nature and dimensions of the problems facing mankind today.

Prolonged enquiry has shown that the thoughts and conduct of the individual may be deeply affected by mental processes and experiences of which he is altogether unaware and which may be highly obstructive.

Few are entirely free from such handicap, which are a source of suffering and human waste. It is the function of all those concerned with problems of health and education to do everything in their power to remove these obstacles.

…the question must be faced as to whether survival is possible without adapting human institutions so that men can live together as world citizens in a world community…

This then, as we see it, is the ultimate goal of mental health – to help men to live with their fellows in one world.

That the UN (United Nations) organisations consider all possible means of integrating national loyalties to the United Nations and to the world community.

The mental hygiene movement was a crusade to end abusive treatment of mental patients. The slavemasters transformed it into a crusade for establishing a world government. The International Committee for Mental Hygiene was superseded by the World Federation for Mental Health. John Rawlings Rees was the first WFMH president.

Mental health is being a willing subject under slavemaster rule. Everyone needs this.

That idea is a political operation masquerading as being mental health.

Their political operation uses propaganda and other devious methods to accomplish their end that we should all be subjects in a world that is ruled and run by the slavemasters – for their benefit, not ours!
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Thus began their campaign that everyone in the world
needs their mental health treatment.

 

Hubbard was already on board for that “mental health” agenda, he was already their agent for their New World Order.

The slavemasters have a special meaning for certain words. Here is what they mean by these words –

RULE – The slavemasters say they are extremely superior to everyone else. All others are inferior to them. All others must exalt the slavemasters, worship them, praise them and bend the knee to them. The slaves must always submit, obey, comply and fulfill every desire the slavemasters have.

SOCIETY – the only proper society is one where the slavemasters RULE

SOCIAL – being a willing subject in the slavemaster SOCIETY

ANTI-SOCIAL – rejection of the slavemaster SOCIETY

MENTAL HEALTH – same idea as SOCIAL

MENTAL ILLNESS – same idea as ANTI-SOCIAL

WORLD PEACE – no wars because everyone is SOCIAL

DEMOCRACY – a monarchy disguised as democracy. This is accomplished by using propaganda to covertly manipulate people into giving their consent and by having the only candidates for election are the minions of the
New World Order RULERS.

The above meanings are derived from actual statements
made by New World Order people.

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1948 to 1950
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 Ron Hubbard is allowed to practice abreactive therapy at two mental institutions –
Chestnut Lodge Sanitarium and Saint Elizabeths Hospital. Hubbard treats 1,000 mental patients.

Harry Stack Sullivan was the leading psychiatrist at Chestnut Lodge Sanitarium.

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Winfred Overholser was Superintendent at Saint Elizabeths Hospital.

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John Campbell wrote a letter to Dr. Joseph Winter stating that Hubbard had treated 1,000 mental patients.

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Doctor Winter moved to New Jersey and got involved with Ron Hubbard and Dianetics.

Doctor Joseph Winter wrote a book about his involvement with Hubbard…

A Doctor’s Report On Dianetics by Joseph A. Winter, M.D. –Dianetics_-_A_Doctor's_Report_Joseph_A_Winter

In July, 1949 I received a long letter from Mr. Campbell, in which he told me of some investigations in which he thought I might be interested. He told me that

“L. Ron Hubbard …has been doing some psychological research… He’s gotten important results. His approach is, actually, based on some very early work of Freud’ssome work of other men, and a lot of original research. The important thing, he finds, is that most serious psychological jams stem from some basic painful, dangerous experience when the subject was unconscious or incapable of conscious, analytic thought. A statement made under those circumstances is accepted timelessly, and without evaluation for truth, reasonableness, or anything else. Here’s the sort of thing that happens:

An amputee veteran, with loss of one foot… is in a hopeless despondency condition – just can’t adjust. The psychiatrist takes him back to the war experience with sodium pentothal, back to the time the mortar shell got him. They take him through, to the period when he passed out, and pick up again when he recovered consciousness in the aid station. Doesn’t seem to clear him up. He still insists he’d be better off dead.

Hubbard took him through, through the shell burst, and through the period of unconsciousness. That’s when it happened. A medic had come along, seen him and another injured man, said, ‘This guy’s hopeless – he’s better off dead anyway.’

…a conscious mind would evaluate and reject it. The unconscious mind can’t evaluate. But it records with the accuracy and permanence of a phonograph.”

During all my years as a doctor I had never considered … that a patient who was unconscious by reason of injury or anesthesia might be partially aware of what was going on. I answered Mr. Campbell’s letter and requested more information on Hubbard’s work. Within a short time another long letter arrived… discussing some of the implications of the abreactive effects of information received during unconsciousness.

He concluded by saying…

“This has been research; Hubbard has been working on it as a research program, trying to find out what causes what, and how to fix it. Therefore, with cooperation from some institutions, some psychiatrists, he has worked on all types of cases. Institutionalized schizophrenics, apathies, manics, depressives, perverts, stuttering, neuroses – in all, nearly 1,000 cases.

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Suppressives And GAEs, an LRH lecture 2 August 1966 –

Now, you would just be amazed how many cases resolve in an institution. I know, I’ve put my collar on backwards many a day and audited psychos in institutions, in many a yesteryear.

I’ve audited psychos in institutions in many a yesteryear.

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Hubbard spent years in institutions combining abreactive therapy with Pain-Drugs-Hypnosis therapy…

Institutional Dianetics, an LRH lecture 23 June 1950 –

One of the ways one can take a catatonic and raise his necessity level artificially is to feed him full of Benzedrine… You are not allowed to give Benzedrine, however. You do that in liason with a medical doctor.

The next thing an auditor should know well is the effect of hypnotism and drugs, and he should have observed this actually. In hypnotism one can reach the basic personality, and he can work out the emotional charges certainly from a psychotic case if the case can be hypnotized. So he must be prepared to use hypnotism…

You can take sodium amytal and give it to the psychotic who is raving, and within a short period of time find in his place an individual who is fairly rational.

Now, by the administration of sodium amytalsodium pentothal, and many other drugs, we seem to temporarily restore the insulation.

The resistance to soporifics on the part of certain human beings has been a subject of great puzzlement to psychiatry for a long time. So these people have to be very heavily sedated before they succumb. They will succumb somewhere along the line.

So there is a great tendency then, because this person is resisting, willfully and maliciously – and is therefore guilty of mopery and dopery on the institution floor – to keep pumping him full of drugs in an effort to produce an amenable state of mind along the lines of “it does it on some patients therefore it should on others”.

…it is possible that continued sedation over a long period of time in very heavy dosages might bring about a physiological breakdown of the nervous structure. There is data on this subject which seems to predict the fact that such a breakdown might exist…

…it is possible that you may encounter in institutions people who have been under sedation so long that the toxic effects of it, plus the fact that engrams are going on in there continually, render them almost hopelesss as cases due to the enormous volume.

Working a patient with narcosynthesis is not very difficult when the narcosynthesis works, but give a patient narcosynthesis sometimes and you will find he merely goes unconscious.

One patient of which I have record was in a mumps incident. So whenever he was given sodium amytal, he went straight into mumps, a high fever turned on, glandular changes took place in his jaws, he became very restless, very wary, frightened, and then would pass through that into straight unconsciousness with no period of accessibility.

So, don’t depend on narcosynthesis to do anything spectacular for you…

It is possible for you to enter a case with narcosynthesis and start through a late life period of unconsciousness, restimulate it 100 percent, and not lift it or deintensify it…

So it would be possible for you to enter a case with narcosynthesis and drive a person insane who has not hitherto been insane.

I am not warning you on the use of narcosynthesis, merely on the possible consequences in using it. …because an inspection of the clinical records on the subject of administering narcosynthesis will demonstrate clearly to anyone that a good, sizeable percentage of those cases were much worse afterwards, and stayed worse. It was the fact that narcosynthesis was a variable that made me investigate it.

Another thing you must watch for in Institutional Dianetics is the use of positive suggestion during electric shock as practiced by many psychiatrists. They do not call it positive suggestion since they don’t recognize it as such. But it is quite ordinary to take a patient immediately after a convulsive shock and tell him, “Well, you’re all right here, you will be much better”… However, it is worse than hypnotism because there is physiological damage going along with it, even if its just a disturbed electronic balance to the body.

Institutional Dianetics is complicated, not so much by psychosis, but by psychiatric therapy. That is not a bitter statement, I am just asking you to confront this fact for what it is.

…if you go into an institution, you will find yourself dealing with people who have now been deprived of all civil rights, who are wards of the state, who are actually the property of the state…

What has been done physiologically to the mind by an electric shock, by insulin, by metrazol, we don’t know. What is done to the mind exactly by a topectomy, a transorbital leukotomy, no one knows.

Sigmund Freud blew himself a flock of fuses in 1911 when he said all was delusion in childhood because he had found prenatals.

Hubbard talks about administering sodium amytal, sodium pentothal, and other drugs in those mental institutions.
The drug sodium pentothal was restricted to CIA studies in psychiatric hospitals.

So, what is going on here is CIA mind control research wherein you combine abreactive therapy with PDH.

Hubbard talks about his involvement with Saint Elizabeths Hospital and Chestnut Lodge (he calls it Walnut Lodge).

The Logics, Methods of Thinking, an LRH lecture 4 December 1952 –

…there’s a place by the name of Walnut Lodge. They don’t see anything humorous in that, by the way; it’s Walnut Lodge. And that’s a spinbin down the line here. They sent three people to see me and every one of them was under treatment. And this was their staff. Have some fine patients though. Anyway, they treat only schizophrenia.

And they take somebody who is a dementia praecox… and they take him from Saint Elizabeths and they take him over to Walnut Lodge and he goes onto the books as a schizophrenic.

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The Itsa Line, an LRH lecture 20 August 1963 –

They’ve gotten so idiotic with it now that if somebody goes to that Chestnut Lodge… I’ve told you about it before. That’s actually the name of the joint… But if a person is transferred to Chestnut Lodge, regardless of their symptoms before, they now have schizophrenia.

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Future Org Trends, an LRH lecture 9 October 1962 –

The last fun I ever got out of mass hypnotism was hypnotizing the staff of Saint Elizabeths Hospital in Washington.

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Dianetics, Scientology And Society, an LRH lecture 4 August 1966 –

It happens at Saint Elizabeths all the time, Washington. Now, institutionally, I’ve gone into jails and gone into institutions and looked at people. I’ve had lots of discussions with doctors on their patients and so on.

The Superintendent at Saint Elizabeths Hospital was OSS man Winfred Overholser.
Harry Stack Sullivan was the leading psychiatrist at Chestnut Lodge.

We have two psychiatrists who have MI 6 connections working in a leading capacity at those mental institutions.

Take a good look at this, now. Why would a mental institution allow a layman like Hubbard into the institution to practice on mental patients? They would never allow that!

The reason it was allowed was because Sullivan, Overholser and Hubbard were agents for the New World Order. Obviously, British intelligence got the word passed to Sullivan and Overholser to allow Hubbard into the institutions. That is how it happened.

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May 1950
 – Ron Hubbard writes Dianetics the Modern Science of Mental Health.

Catharsis therapy, also known as abreactive therapy, is now called Dianetics.

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Hubbard dispensed some tremendous Fairy Tales in the Dianetics book –

The engram is the single source of aberrations…

A clear… has complete recall of everything which has ever happened to him or anything he has ever studied.

clear can be tested for any and all psychosis, neuroses, compulsions and repressions (all aberrations)… These tests confirm the clear to be entirely without such ills or aberrations.

The reactive mind… thinks only in identities. …the reactive mind does not reason…

It is a new thought that man is motivated only by survival.

Those five statements are lies…

see Chapter Thirty Eight – 2 Scientology Disinformation Series 2
see Chapter Thirty Eight – 3 Scientology Disinformation Series 3 and 5
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In this book Hubbard used the same term that was used by Semon and biological psychiatry – engram.

The word engram, in dianetics is used in its severely accurate sense as a ‘definite and permanent trace left by a stimulus on the protoplasm of a tissue. It is considered as a unit group of stimuli impinged solely on the cellular being.

Dianetics – The Modern Science of Mental Health – 1976 reprint of Dianetics – Chapter II, Book II, p. 67

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Abreactive therapy was developed by psychiatrists working for British intelligence – the Cecil family.
They groomed Ron Hubbard to act as their front man for propagating their subjects onto the population.

In the book Scientology 0-8, Ron Hubbard states:

Man had no inkling whatever of Dianetics. None. This was the bolt from the blue.

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Hubbard told that fantastic lie to hide who he worked for and their evil agenda.

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Dianetics and Scientology are the solution to the problem posed by Brock Chisholm – it would take millions of psychiatrists to treat everyone in the world, and there would never be enough, so here is Dianetics the Modern Science of Mental Health – to train people in talking therapy and they do not need to be a licensed physician.

The British slavemasters have sought to remake man.

Their definition of mental health – being a willing subject in the British New World Order.

That idea definitely applies to Scientology – Hubbard told Scientologists to support the New World Order.

End of Course Lecture, an LRH lecture 1 May 1959 –

Now, a wonderful piece of news burst today as we complete this course, wonderful piece of news. The byproducts of atomic energy plants which make electricity have been declared waste previous to this time, and now a clever nuclear physicist has found out how to make bombs out of the waste products from electrical energy.

…almost any nation- Panama, the Argentine, almost anybody- could dream himself up a few atom bombs.

Well, that’s very, very happy. Because about this time somebody’s going to have to get some good sense and say, “We’d better knock off this thing called international boundaries because it’s not safe to have them anymore.”

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International City, an LRH lecture 24 March 1964 –

I want to talk to you about a project having to do with world peace.

So here’s a plan, an International Objective is the name of the plan at large and the plan itself is the International City, which merely says a government of Earth.

And they’re all built around a central capital of its own which is very bombproof. Built under a mountain. Artificial mountain which you could never destroy. And a bunker of huge proportions and that of course would be an international parliament of Earth, which then had certain powers and so forth, over various nations.

Not unlike the United Nations today but with a different composition, a more British-American type of a composition so that you don’t get four or five favored nations who can overthrow everything else and you don’t get unequal stuff so that there’s some country that has twenty people in its population and it has a member in the United Nations who has as much say, you see, as somebody who has a billion population. I mean, that’s the way they’ve got it rigged now.

Seventh, bring about the creation of a small, effective armed force for the United Nations, dismantling or abolishment of all other war facilities. Well, naturally, if they were the only ones that got atomic bombs then their main police action would be devoted to whether or not anybody else was manufacturing atomic bombs. And they just make sure that that wouldn’t happen…

Persuade stable and real international economic measures. In other words, do something to keep money in balance, like the World International Bank, that tries to keep the lid on.

Persuade the United Nations and national governments that the activities of the United Nations and national governments should be limited to … And then we limit what a national government should be up to.

Scientology is part of the slavemaster political operation masquerading as mental health.

Dianetics and Scientology are Bait + Hidden Hook.

Dianetics and Scientology provide some assistance in alleviating some psychosomatic discomforts. That is the Bait.

Do you want to feel better?

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It is hoped that you think like this – some ideas are true or good, therefore all the ideas must be true or good.

That is how you get tricked into swallowing the Hidden Hook, by following every word of the Gospel of Hubbard.

The Hidden Hook is swallowing all ideas presented that will then result in the desired behavior modification.

The British slavemasters developed Dianetics and Scientology. They do not care about anyone’s mental or spiritual well being. They were only interested in how to transform men into being subjects under rule by the British nobility.

The covert evil purpose of Dianetics and Scientology has now been exposed.

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The mental health movement is for bringing about acceptance of the New World Order.

The so-called “mental health” movement is one big pile of crap…

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…and just as disgusting.

It is an undeniable fact that Scientology is in that pile.

And being at the top of that pile does not remove it from the pile.

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People in Scientology have been programmed to think and act according to the false dictates within the subjects. They do not see, think and act as themselves, they use the false data in Scientology to see, decide and act for them.

But always with a false outward picture painted.

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Scientology covertly transforms you into being a subject in the British New World Order.

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Allen Dulles, Director of the CIA, was an agent for the British New World Order. And so was L. Ron Hubbard.
Both men have the same masters and worked for the same agenda. So, they worked in conjunction with each other.

Down through the decades there are so many times that Ron Hubbard and other Scientologists have been lock-stepping with what the CIA wanted done (at the bidding of its MI 6 masters) – it is impossible to ignore that –
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Scientology and the CIA are dance partners on the dance floor of social engineering…

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We take up that topic in Scientology Roots Chapter Twelve – Hubbard’s Lifelong Intelligence Career

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References

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1. The British Occult Secret Service – The Untold Story by Michael Howard
2. The Times, History and Encyclopaedia of the War, British Propaganda in Enemy Countries
3. The New Columbia Encyclopedia
4. And the Truth Shall Set You Free by David Icke
5. The Shaping of Psychiatry by War by John Rawlings Reese, 1945
6. The Foundation and Development of the Tavistock Institute to 1989 by Eric Trist and Hugh Murray
7. Freud Encyclopaedia edited by Edward Erwin
8. Wikipedia Encyclopedia
9. The Anglo-American Establishment by Carroll Quigley
10. A Piece of Blue Sky by Jon Atack
11. (Grob, p. 276-7) – Grob, G. N. (1985). The inner world of American psychiatry,
1890-1940 : selected correspondence. New Brunswick, N.J., Rutgers University Press
12. Eric Trist obituary of 1993
13. Kurt Lewin Biography.
14. Eric Trist and Hugh MurrayThe Foundation and Development of the Tavistock
Institute to 1989
 – Tavistock Institute
15. Autobiography of Eric Trist published in “Management Laureates” edited by Arthur
G. Bedeian, Volume 3, Copyright Jai Press, 1993
16. Freud Encyclopaedia edited by Edward Erwin
17. Geoffrey Gorer essay in 1956 – The Remaking of Man
18. J.R. Rees “Strategic Planning for Mental Health” from Mental Health, Vol. I, No. 4,
October 1940, pp. 103-106 – see PDF file linked to in this Chapter
19. Conjurors Magazine ‘The Sphynx & The Spy’
20. The Shaping of Psychiatry by War John Rees 1945 by John Rawlings Rees
21. Therapeutic Community Memories: MAXWELL JONES by David Clark MAY 2005
22. Book Review of The American People, by Geoffrey Gorer – David T. Bazelon , 1948
23. Private practices: Harry Stack Sullivan: the science of homosexuality, and American liberalism by Naoko Wake, 2011
24. Wikipedia Encyclopedia
25. The Intellectual Odyssey Of Elliott Jaques: From Alchemy To Science by Douglas Kirsner
26. THE SEARCH FOR THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE by John Marks
27. Father, Son and CIA, by Harvey Weinstein
28. News article: Vermont State Hospital and Dr. Robert W. Hyde, By Louis Porter
Vermont Press Bureau – Published: November 30, 2008
29. http://www.enotes.com/tavistock-clinic-reference/tavistock-clinic
30. Essays in European History: By June K. Burton
31. Propaganda by Edward Bernays (1928 book)
32. Gordon Thomas wrote an article called Inside The Sleep Room for the Church of Scientology’s front group called CCHR (Citizens Commission for Human Rights. It was part of a special issue of Freedom magazine called The Terror Doctors with Gordon Thomas and Thomas G. Whittle listed as authorsVolume 36, Issue 2, published August/September 2004Gordon’s Inside The Sleep Room is on pages 18-25.The church disabled all internet copies of Gordon’s article in approximately 2009/2010. Here is the Internet archive version from 2005.    This page has the Rubenstein quotes, but just to make things even more confusing it’s under a sub-heading itself called: “The Sleep Room.” For more information on just what has gone on with this, including the fact that CCHR gave Gordon Thomas a “Lifetime Achievement” award (and then removed that from the internet too) please see When Gordon Thomas Got Roped Into Writing For Scientology’s Freedom Magazine by Virginia McClaughry, blog post August 30, 2016.
33. Hildegard Peplau letter 4th June 1998
34. A New Social Psychiatry – A World II Legacy – Eric Trist, Tavistock
35. Wikipedia Encyclopedia
36. http://www.jewsinamerica.org/timelinelist.php
37. A Terrible Mistake: The Murder of Frank Olson and the CIA’s Secret Cold War
Experiments
, by H.P. Albarelli Jr.
38. http:/www.golden-dawn.com/temple/index.jsp?s=articles&p=secret_chiefs
39. 1891 version of the Oahspe, published by Wing Anderson in 1940
40. http://www.freudfile.org/breuer.html
41. http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_g2699/is_0000/ai_2699000046/
42. The House of Rothschild: The World’s Banker, 1848-1998 by Niall Ferguson, Penguin Books, 2000 & The Founder by Rotberg, pp. 101, 102
43. http://anomalyinfo.com/articles/ga00006.shtml
44. Sigmund Freud joins the Independent Order B’nai B’rith chapter in Vienna.
Dennis B. Klein is a director in the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith. He wrote:
Jewish origins of the psychoanalytic movement by Dennis B. Klein –

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45. http://www.williamjames.com/Folklore/SURVIVAL.htm

46. Starting on p 319 Journal of Medical Science Vol LXVII, Medico-Psychological Association – 1921
The Second Maudsley Lecture. Delivered by Sir Frederick Mott, K.B.E., M.D., LL.D., F.R.S., at the Quarterly Meeting of the Medico-Psychological Association of Great Britain and Ireland, held at the Maudsley Hospital, Denmark Hill, S.E. 5, on Tuesday, June 7th, 1921.

47. Madhouse: A Tragic Tale of Megalomania and Modern Medicine by Andrew T. Scull

48. Dr. Frostig L.A. Times article 1940

49. A Church of Scientology statement about Ron Hubbard’s life

50. My Dancing Days by Phyllis Bedell

51. A copy of Ian Macbean’s 1929 letter to L. Ron Hubbard was an exhibit in the Gerald Armstrong 1 trial.

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We see from this that Ron Hubbard was hired by British intelligence and given the rank of Lieutenant.

52. Wisdom, Madness and Folly, The Making of a Psychiatrist by R.D. Laing

53. The Zombie Ward by Barbara Davies – an article in the Daily Mail published 7 August 2013

54. THE SEARCH FOR THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE by John Marks

55. The Primary Synopsis of Universology and Alwato, The New Scientific Universal Language
you can see it here: https://archive.org/details/primarysynopsiso00andrrich

56. https://archive.org/details/newwordu00upwauoft

 

*You can also peruse a complete listing of available Scientology Roots chapters.

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