WHAT IS SCIENTOLOGY?

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THE CREEDS AND CODES OF SCIENTOLOGY




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He must protect all established communication lines and complement them where necessary.

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He must protect all affinity in his charge and have himself an affinity for the group itself.

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He must attain always to the highest creative reality.

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His planning must accomplish, in the light of goals and aims, the activity of the entire group. He must never let organizations grow and sprawl but, learning by pilots, must keep organizational planning fresh and flexible.


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