WHAT IS SCIENTOLOGY?

What is Scientology?

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Foreword
Scientology: Its Background and Origins
Scientology Principles and Application
The Services of Scientology
Chaplain, Ministerial, Ethics and Justice Services
The Effectiveness of Scientology
Churches of Scientology and Their Activities
Community Activities
Social Reform Activities
World Institute of Scientology Enterprises (WISE)
Social Betterment Activities
The Statistics and Growth of Scientology
A Scientology Catechism
L. Ron Hubbard
References

CHAPTER 21




CHURCHES, MISSIONS AND GROUPS



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oday, Scientology is practiced in more than 125 countries. Its churches comprise a hierarchy which ministers services from the most basic to the most spiritually advanced, raising man out of his day-to-day problems and carrying him to never-before envisioned spiritual vistas.

The millions of people who have been introduced to the miracles of L. Ron Hubbard’s technology are a broad mixture of cultures, races and nationalities. Each day they are joined by thousands more to whom Scientology is brand-new.

A person discovering Scientology for the first time usually reads a book, learns about the subject from a friend, attends a lecture in someone’s home or takes an introductory course at a local mission. As it was in the early 1950s, news about the miracles of Dianetics and Scientology is still most often spread by personal contact and word of mouth.


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