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Scientology Debunked : What Scientologists Don’t Want You To Know About Scientology
     

Scientology Debunked : What Scientologists Don’t Want You To Know About Scientology

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by Edward Brukheimer
 
The Scientology organization describes their body as a particular religion which provides a clear road leading to a complete as well as clear-cut alertness of the spiritual self and its true nature. It also emphasizes a connection to the inner-self, and all other relationships including the one with the Supreme Being. In particular, Scientology deals with the spirit;

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The Scientology organization describes their body as a particular religion which provides a clear road leading to a complete as well as clear-cut alertness of the spiritual self and its true nature. It also emphasizes a connection to the inner-self, and all other relationships including the one with the Supreme Being. In particular, Scientology deals with the spirit; not the body or the mind. Man, as they say, is not to be looked at as an element or product of whichever environment he lives in or his genes.

The root basis of the Scientology religion is that Man is certainly not evil; in fact, he is essentially good. Whenever any deed is committed by man that is evil, this is resulting from the experiences he had and not as a result of what his nature is. Man, according to Scientology, is always trying to fix the problems he faces and the way he goes about this is to think only about what his personal needs and interests are. This results in putting himself and others in trouble.

This book highlights the true background of Scientology: the plot of the founder, L Ron Hubbard to design a business to make millions of dollars from unsuspecting and vulnerable persons and also for side-stepping the payment of taxes. In fact, based on evidence, Scientology fits the description of a cult with all its characteristics.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016308623
Publisher:
MarketConnexus LLC
Publication date:
02/06/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
700,123
File size:
216 KB

Meet the Author

Perry Neil, the uncle of Edward C. Brukheimer, was a member of the Scientologist organization and even though his death was not reported in the media or even went to court (out of fear of what might happen), Edward and other members of the family are convinced that Scientology is responsible for his wrongful death.

Like several other persons looking for a break from mental problems causes by substance abuse, his uncle’s relatives told him about the psychotherapy technique ‘Dianetics’ which Scientology created, which they say can assist persons in getting rid of all the mental restrictions that may be existing. They found out when it is too late, after doing their own research, that the ‘treatment’ which Perry got for his condition involved frequent as well as harmful quantities of vitamins and also sauna sessions that went on for long periods and considered unhealthy.

While it is too late to save Perry, Edward has put this information together in a quest to deter others from choosing this path to certain destruction while Scientology becomes increasingly wealthy from its harmful practices. He invites readers to make a decision for themselves when they have read all the evidence that is out there to prove that Scientology is nothing but a scam.

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Scientology Debunked : What Scientologists Don’t Want You To Know About Scientology 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Might be ok but impossible to tell without buying it. Appears to be written from a bible thumping perspective.