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The intensity of discovery, of obtaining greater spiritual knowledge and practice is every bit as alive as in those earliest days of the Briefing Course.

Today, Scientologists still come to East Grinstead from around the world for the Briefing Course or simply to see an important place in Scientology’s history. Visitors to the Manor see the course rooms where the first lectures of the original Briefing Course were given, and the research room where Mr. Hubbard made his historic breakthroughs into the states of Clear and OT, opening the Bridge to all mankind.

And today, when a Scientologist wishes to dedicate himself to the full understanding of his religion at the church which represents the very heart of Scientology, he does so at a Saint Hill.

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