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SCIENTOLOGY AND DIANETICS BOOKS

What is the best book for a beginning Scientologist to read?

Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health, which has been repeatedly on bestseller lists, is the book recommended for beginners who are interested in the mind and how it works. This book has been a bestseller for nearly fifty years.

In 1977, Publishers Weekly called Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health “perhaps the best-selling non-Christian book of all time in the West.” In 1988, Publishers Weekly awarded Dianetics its prestigious “Century Award” for appearing for more than 100 weeks on its bestseller list.

For those more interested in starting with a broad summary of L. Ron Hubbard’s research and findings about man as a spiritual being and basic principles of life, the first recommended book is Scientology: The Fundamentals of Thought.

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