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The Creeds and Codes of Scientology


Just as auditors must follow a code of conduct, so too does the supervisor in a Scientology course room. Unlike teachers in many traditional classrooms, Course Supervisors do not set themselves up as “authorities” who tell their students what to think, nor do they espouse their opinions on the subject. Instead, students are guided to find the answers for themselves in Dianetics and Scientology materials.

In the following code, Mr. Hubbard sets forth the key guidelines that ensure the course room is standard and professional, with maximum benefit to the students. This code is followed by supervisors in churches of Scientology throughout the world, guaranteeing a high level of training in the technology. It was first published in 1957.


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