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SAINT HILL ORGANIZATIONS

The fountainhead of much of Scientology — technically and organizationally — is the heritage of the church of Scientology at Saint Hill in East Grinstead, Sussex, England. During the period L. Ron Hubbard resided there, from 1959 through 1966, some of the Scientology religion’s most historically significant events took place.

“It was at Saint Hill that our growth began,” Mr. Hubbard later wrote. “It was from here that the upper bastions of freedom and ability were issued.”

This English manor was not only Mr. Hubbard’s home, but the bustling site of some of his most important breakthroughs on the subject of the mind and spirit. The first Scientology Clears were made here, as were the first to reach the levels of OTOperating Thetan.

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