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Scientology TV’s Futile Attempt to Normalize Scientology Deviance & Lies

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There is no possible way to normalize Scientology. Illustration from a 1984 Scientology book on the Cult’s brainwashing and mind control procedures.

The Cult of Scientology has been asynchronous with, and hostile to, Western Culture since Dianetics was released on May 9, 1950. Scientology has always been at odds with the world and has never been mainstream. And yet what Scientology so desperately craves is legitimacy and acceptance. According to the latest Scientology propaganda in social media, Scientology TV is a spectacular success. This tweet was featured today on Tony Ortega’s blog:


The emphasis of Scientologist’s Joachim von Neuhaus tweet is contained in this section:

Who are these “key world Opinion Leaders” referenced by Scientologist von Neuhaus? He very conspicuously fails to provide names. This demands we characterize his claim as wholly unproven until he offers evidence. Moreover, von Neuhaus betrays his Scientology cult mindset when he makes the rather absurd and foolish claim that watching Scientology TV will save the life of every “being” on this planet. The fact is that it costs $500,000+ to go up Scientology’s Bridge — an amount of money that the overwhelming majority of Earth’s population will never earn or have in their entire lives.

Scientology’s Television Channel & Tax Exemption Prove Nothing

Another Scientology fallacy at work in von Neuhaus’ tweet is that having a TV channel makes any group part of society. This is not valid reasoning. Having a TV channel only proves that one has a TV channel and nothing more.

In and of itself, merely having a TV channel does not confer legitimacy upon Scientology. Likewise, Scientology has fruitlessly argued since 1993 that having IRS tax exemption proves it is a legitimate religion. But this too is a logical fallacy because other deviant cultic groups such as Westboro Baptist Church also have IRS 501(c)3 tax exemption. The People’s Temple — the church behind the Jonestown mass suicide and murder of 912 people — also had tax exemption.

Scientologist von Neuhaus’ tweet goes to what Scientologist Joy Villa told her former campaign manager Robbie Olson: The goal of Scientology TV is to “normalize” Scientologists. The problem here is that Scientologists are not normal due to their strange Xenu-based cosmology; this as evidenced by a rather bizarre tweet made on May 2, 2018 by Scientologist John Mappin concerning marijuana:

Due to his Scientology-based ignorance, Scientologist Mappin does not understand that marijuana naturally evolved as a plant. Marijuana was not, as Mappin seems to think, engineered by malign ancient alien “botanical psychiatrists” who came from the planet Farsec as L. Ron Hubbard taught.

Scientology’s space opera aside, Scientology is incapable of ever being normalized for the simple reason that the Scientology Cult is deviant, malicious, and evil.  Scientology TV will not address the real questions:

  • Why has Shelly Miscavige not been seen since 2007? Why has David Miscavige locked her up?
  • Why does Scientology think it acceptable to use child labor in its Sea Org?
  • Why does Scientology pay Sea Org members slave wages and force them to work 100+ hour work weeks?
  • Why does Scientology practice Fair Game and Disconnection?
  • Why are Scientologists made to sign contracts that strip them of their legal rights?
  • Why is Scientology run by an unelected Dictator for Life named David Miscavige?
  • Why does Scientology refuse to give refunds and repayments to all who ask as it told the IRS it did? Why did Scientology lie to the IRS about this significant matter?
  • Why does Scientology protect its members that are sexual predators and child molesters?

There are many more questions that Scientology TV will not answer as it is not allowed to tell the truth about what Scientology really is and does. There is no normalizing Scientology because Scientology is abnormal.

Compounding matters is the fact that Scientology TV is operated by Scientology staff members. Per Scientology’s own policy, however, no one may ever rely upon any statements made by Scientology staff members. On this basis alone, we must accordingly reject all statements made by Scientology TV.

Scientology TV is checkmated per Scientology’s own policy:

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The “Meet a Scientologist” videos on Scientology TV are also crippled by the Church of Scientology’s refusal to stand behind anything any Scientology says about the effects of Scientology auditing. Note carefully the last paragraph of this statement from Scientology’s official website:


The next webpage on Scientology’s official site it makes it clear that Scientology guarantees nothing when it comes to auditing:


Here then is the undisclosed basis of the Church of Scientology: The Church itself takes all of the money, promises nothing, and refuses to make any claims regarding the efficacy of Scientology. This is done to avoid lawsuits. Instead, Scientology shifts the burden for the miraculous claims made by L. Ron Hubbard onto its staff members and parishioners. However, the Church will not stand behind any of these claims.

The Church of Scientology will no more stand behind John Mappin’s ridiculous claim that ancient alien “botanical psychiatrists” genetically engineered marijuana than it will any claim that Scientology can dramatically increase one’s IQ; allow one to have happier relationships; or allow people to gain OT powers, telepathic abilities, or any other special abilities. Thus, Scientology can only ever be self-validated based upon the subjective experiences of individual Scientologists. For this reason, Scientology is not a science. Scientology is a wholly subjective experience that arises in a copyrighted space opera in which lurk botanical psychiatrists, Marcab implanters, body thetans, and of course space lord Xenu.

Scientology TV will never tell anyone any of this.

Scientology TV is therefore inherently discreditable because the Church of Scientology does not stand behind anything said on Scientology TV. Moreover, Scientology TV must withhold the actual facts about Scientology from both Scientologists and the public. Scientology TV is therefore best understood as a mediocre propaganda organ and a profligate waste of $100 million in parishioner donations.

Scientology’s many and covert deceptions, hidden as they are in the fine print of the Cult, is yet another reason why Scientology can never be normalized.

Kaya Jones on Scientologist Joy Villa

In an interview with Halsey News Network, Pussycat Dolls member Kaya Jones offers her insights on Joy Villa’s character and deceptions. “The amount of lies that I caught was super-alarming,” Jones notes. As a member of the Pussycat Dolls, Kaya Jones enjoyed tremendous fame. Having experienced fame, Kaya Jones suggests that Joy Villa is “scared that this is going to go away.” Trump supporters have now seen through Joy Villa’s opportunism, machinations, and deceptions.

Fast forward to 13:27 forward:

Background: Scientologist Joy Villa gained wide recognition for wearing her MAGA dress to the 2017 Grammy awards. Villa used this recognition to opportunistically position herself as a part of Trump’s “Make America Great Again” (MAGA) movement. Vinnie James immediately spotted Joy Villa as a phony and began working tirelessly to expose her — and often at the price of being wrongly criticized for many months. Vinnie Jones stood his ground.

Joy Villa got on President Trump’s radar and he made a tweet urging her to run for political office. Villa used this tweet to ingratiate herself the White House circles where she had her photo taken with Ivanka Trump and tweeted this widely. Joy Villa deceived true Trump supporters into believing she was something she was not. Scientologist Joy Villa claimed to be a Christian. This is not possible as Scientology forbids “other practices” as we explain below.

Joy Villa announced that she was exploring a run for the US Congress. She formed an exploratory committee as required by US election law. From my perspective, Villa has been using her exploratory committee largely for purposes of self-promotion. Right around the New Year the MAGA people began catching onto Joy Villa’s fraud. At present, Joy Villa seems to be self-imploding in her self-aggrandizing quest for fame. No one is fooled.

And then a bombshell: Tony Ortega exclusively broke the story of Joy Villa’s 2007 domestic violence arrest. Villa had withheld her arrest from the public. Instead, she has pretended to be a Christian when Scientology told the IRS that Scientologists are expected to drop their religious affiliations and become Scientologists on an exclusive basis. In the secret 1993 settlement between IRS and Scientology, David Miscavige’s attorney Monique Yingling told the IRS:

“Although there is no policy or Scriptural mandate expressly requiring Scientologists to renounce other religious beliefs or membership in other churches, as a practical matter Scientologists are expected to and do become fully devoted to Scientology to the exclusion of other faiths. As Scientologists, they are required to look only to Scientology Scriptures for the answers to the fundamental questions of their existence and to seek enlightenment only from Scientology. Thus, a Scientologist who grew up in the Jewish faith who continues formal membership in his synagogue and attends services with his family violates no Scientology policy or tenet. On the other hand, such a person is not permitted to mix the practice of his former faith into his practice and understanding of Scientology so as to alter orthodox Scientology in any way.”

The reason Scientologists are “expected to and do become fully devoted to Scientology to the exclusion of other faiths” is because L. Ron Hubbard considered all other religions to be what he called “R6” alien implants. The Church of Scientology will not disclose to the public Hubbard’s secret teachings about Jesus Christ, Islam, or any other religion. Only the most indoctrinated Scientologists get to read Hubbard’s secret teachings about Jesus Christ. As a public service, therefore, the Scientology Money Project discloses these teachings.

The first of Hubbard’s secret teachings are from the original OT VIII level. These materials are corroborated by George White who did the original OT VIII level and read the materials himself. White discusses this in his book Lucifer’s Bridge: Scientology’s Lost Paradise. The materials are corroborated by others as well. In the original OT VIII. Hubbard called himself the Antichrist and denounced Jesus as a “lover of young men and boys.” L. Ron Hubbard:

No doubt you are familiar with the Revelations section of the Bible where various events are predicted. Also mentioned is a brief period of time in which an archenemy of Christ, referred to as the Antichrist, will reign and his opinions will have sway. All this makes for very fantastic, entertaining reading but there is truth in it. This Antichrist represents the forces of Lucifer (literally, the “light bearer” or “light bring”), Lucifer being a mythical representation of the forces of enlightenment, the Galactic Confederacy. My mission could be said to fulfill the Biblical promise represented by this brief Antichrist period. During this period there is a fleeting opportunity for the whole scenario to be effectively derailed, which would make it impossible for the mass Markabian landing (Second Coming) to take place. The Second Coming is designed, among other things, to trigger a rapid series of destructive events….

For those of you whose Christian toes I may have stepped on, let me take the opportunity to disabuse you of some lovely myths. For instance, the historic Jesus was not nearly the sainted figure he has been made out to be. In addition to being a lover of young boys and men, he was given to uncontrollable bursts of temper and hatred that belied the general message of love, understanding and other typical Marcab PR. You have only to look at the history his teachings inspired to see where it all inevitably leads. It is historic fact and yet man still clings to the ideal, so deep and insidious is the biologic implanting. It is a good joke that the Galactic Confederacy is associated with the Serpent in the Garden, the Beast and other emissaries of the “Prince of Darkness.” Yet in certain passages and esoteric interpretations of the Bible (much of which has been taken out and effectively suppressed for centuries) as well as the Kabbalah, the truth reveals itself quite nicely for the clever and the ungullible.

Those Scientologists who completed the original OT VIII level reacted so badly to the release these materials that Scientology withdrew the materials and released a redacted version of OT VIII.

When the original OT VIII level materials were introduced into the court record by Steven Fishman in Church of Scientology International v. Fishman and Geertz, (Case No. CV 91-6426 (HLH (Tx) U.S. District Court for the Central District of California), the Church and claimed hem to be spurious.

However, what puts the lie to this is that when Scientology obtained a federal warrant to raid Arnie Lerma’s house in 1995 to confiscate OT materials, Scientology seized the original OT VIII material and catalogued it as HCO BULLETIN OF 5 MAY 1980 with RTC as the copyright owner. Scientology used the materials as evidence against Lerma until it was realized they would be scandalous in the public court record. HCO BULLETIN OF 5 MAY 1980 was subsequently dropped as evidence after initially being introduced as evidence. This begs the question: If the original OT VIII materials were spurious, then why did Scientology seize them in the raid?

Read OT VIII Part B from the court record on Karin Spaink’s blog.

Writing under his screen name Path of Buddha, George White posted a comment on Marty Rathbun’s blog in response to a question about the original OT VIII materials:

Windhorse,

The anti-Christ OT8 that I did on the Freewinds was on July 17, 1988. I met miscavige on the Freewinds just before he canned it. I remember because I met him on the main deck for a supper buffet. My two FSM’s did it before me and very candidly we discussed the anti-Christ, the synthetic Karma, and the spontaneous combustion of anyone who could not get it all right. Hugh Urban agrees with me as he has also researched it at Ohio State. The religious department there has known about at for about five years. It is common knowledge in academic circles

Much Metta,
George M. White

Bob Grant did the original OT VIII on the Freewinds and also confirmed on Rathbun’s blog that it contained the Antichrist reference and Hubbard’s remark that Jesus was a lover of young men and boys.

In this next Fair Use excerpt of Hubbard speaking, we pick up his lecture where he is talking about how everyone on this planet was “implanted” to believe they had been crucified. Hence, Hubbard says the man on the Cross is an “everyman” implant shared by all humans. Hubbard then says there was no Christ:

In his teachings, Hubbard attacked Jesus and Christianity as implants:

“Also the Christian Church used (and uses) implanting (with a squirrel version of the “7s”). These gangsters were the Nicomidians (sic) from lower Egypt who were chased out for criminal practices (implanting officials). They took over the Niocene (sic) Creed before the year zero, invented Christ (who comes from the crucifixion in R6 75m years ago) and implanted their way to “power”. The original Nicomidians (sic) date about 600 BC and people who were Christ date at 75m years ago. ” – L. Ron Hubbard, Resistive Cases, Former Therapy, HCOB 23 Sep 1968.

For a long while, some people have been cross with me for my lack of co-operation in believing in a Christian Heaven, God and Christ. I have never said I didn’t disbelieve in a Big Thetan but there was certainly something very corny about Heaven et al. Now I have to apologize. There was a Heaven. Not too unlike, in cruel betrayal, the heaven of the Assassins in the 12th Century who, like everyone else, dramatized the whole track implants – if a bit more so. The symbol of the crucified Christ is very apt indeed. It’s the symbol of a thetan betrayed.”, – L. Ron Hubbard, HCOB 11 May, 1963

“Further, we have our hands on an appalling bit of technology where the world is concerned. With rapidity and a Meter it can be shown that Heaven is a false dream and that the old religion was based on very painful lie, cynical betrayal.” – L. Ron Hubbard, HCOB 11 May, 1963

“Religion does much to keep the assumption in restimulation, being basically a control mechanism used by those who have sent the preclear into a body. You will find the cross as a symbol all over the universe, and the Christ legend as implant in preclears a million years ago.”, Professional Auditors Bulletins, vol. 2, p. 26 , copyright 1954.

“Now we say this thing called a thetan is capable of producing all sorts of things, and we say this is THE person. So therefore, we differ enormously from the Christian statements on the subject. They say, ‘you, son, must save your soul.’ The fellow says, ‘I don’t have one!’ So therefore, the christian religion cannot possibly be true…and they lose all kinds of converts this way. Somebody saving his soul is doing something very interesting. He evidently has something set up over here, that has probably, mass, that he says is his soul! And then he goes about saving it and it turns out to be a demon circuit called “Mama,” or something. Now he expects THIS to go to heaven. (laughs)”, Clearing Congress Lecture (videotape), L. Ron Hubbard, 1958.

” Men, then … a whole lot of people will say carelessly ‘Well, God is everywhere’, remember that this was an idea which was introduced rather lackerly in christian religion. The God of which they speak, of whom they speak continually, eh Yahweh, Lord knows how it’s produ.. pronounced, because it is so secret, that nobody is really is supposed to be able to pronounce it, so they ommitted all of the vowels in the word, and they spell it only with it’s consonants. So Lord knows how this word is to be pronounced, but the more agreed upon pronunciation amongst scholars so they can talk about it is Yahweh. And this is the Christian God. But he lives in a trunk with a leopard skin. That’s right, that’s the full story of it. “

” Old therapies include the 2000 yr ago plus or minus Aoscuplepian drug treatment (hillabore) which produced a conclusion and coma, and in which the nut practitioner made up as a God and “visited” the patient in a “dream”. This outfit was all over the ancient world. — – L. Ron Hubbard, Resistive Cases, Former Therapy, HCOB 23 Sep 1968. “

And finally, David Miscavige speaking on the importance of Scientology:

“For while you’ve often heard it said ‘we are the only major religion to emerge in this 20th century,’ the truth is more than that. In fact, we are the only new religion. Not a reinterpretation of some ancient doctrine, but the only original scriptural voice in the last 2,000 years.”, International Scientology News #7, David Miscavige, March 13, 1998

Look at the arrogance of Scientology cult leader David Miscavige: He states that Scientology is the “only original scriptural voice in the last 2,000 years.” What Miscavige fails to mention is Scientology’s $460,000 price tag to reach OT VIII only to discover that Jesus was an alien implant!

What Scientology’s Promises Actually Mean

Per policy, Scientology always delivers what it promises. Per policy, Scientology promises nothing. Therefore, Scientology delivers nothing.

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Scientology Cult Leader David Miscavige Seeks to Hide His Lies About the Death of Founder L. Ron Hubbard

LRHIt certainly appears that Captain David Miscavige and his inner circle entered into a conspiracy to publicly lie to Scientologists about the facts surrounding the death of L. Ron Hubbard.

This blog made a detailed post concerning the Church of Scientology’s lies to its members about the death of Mr. Hubbard. This post included the Sheriff-Coroner’s report and described details of Hubbard’s death. Hubbard did not “causitively drop the body” as Church officials claimed. Rather, Hubbard was in poor health and had a series of strokes that killed him. End of story.

The report also included the fact that Hubbard had been treated with the psychiatric drug Vistaril in the days before his death.

In support of our claims, we posted a link to a YT video of the LRH Death event held by the Church at the Hollywood Palladium on January 27, 1986.

This video had been widely available online for ten years and the Church has never done anything to take it down.

CDM.2Now, however, the Church had its Bridge Publications arm file a copyright complaint and had the video of the LRH Death event taken down.

We take this copyright complaint to mean that David Miscavige knew he had been caught — at a very inconvenient time given the HBO documentary —  participating in a past conspiracy to tell outright lies about the death of L. Ron Hubbard. True to form, Miscavige has acted to conceal the evidence of his lie.

L. Ron Hubbard did not discard a healthy body as attorney Cooley claimed. Moreover, Pat Broeker — who was assumed to have been placed in charge of the Church along with his wife Annie — was on stage making claims about future OT Levels.

The Church even issued “The Sea Org & The Future” Flag Order 3879 which placed Pat and Annie Broeker in charge of everything (see below). However, David Miscavige quickly eliminated Pat Broeker as an opponent and then claimed to all Scientologists that the “Loyal Officers”issue was a fraud. And yet, incredibly, if the Loyal Officers issue was a Broeker fraud how is anyone to believe the OTIX – OTXV levels shown on the Church’s “Bridge” are not also Broeker frauds?

If Miscavige seriously plans on releasing OTIX and OTX then the question of Pat Broeker and fraud arises. Add to this the fact that Captain Miscavige spent $12,000,000 Church dollars over twenty-five years to have two PI’s secretly follow Pat Broeker and there could be an interesting approach to matters here.

The Church of Scientology distributed this news article discussing the LRH Death event:

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L. Ron Hubbard’s death certificate, autopsy results, and the San Luis Obispo Sheriff-Coroner’s report:

PR Approaches to Handling Russia and the Church of Scientology

Politico.com has a fascinating article this month on Vladimir Putin’s efforts to burnish Russia’s battered image in America.  Entitled Putin’s Washington, the article discusses the ways in which Russia has paid high-powered PR giant Ketchum some sixty million dollars in recent years with few solid results according to polls of what Americans think of Russia and Putin.

The artwork for the article shows Putin to be in the same position as David Miscavige and the Church of Scientology: Spending a fortune can’t buy a heavy-handed and violent tyrant goodwill or respect:

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Ketchum created a website called ThinkRUSSIA to help Russia tell its story. I was struck by the visual similarity between ThinkRussia and Scientology.org homepages. Both pages feature large lighted buildings at night; are predominated by the color blue; and seek to show how Russia and Scientology are very conscientiously engaged with the world:

ThinkRUSSIA homepage:

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Scientology.org homepage:

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One wonders if Ketchum is now doing PR for the Church of Scientology.

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Despite the enormous amounts of cash spent by Russia, PR giant Ketchum was not making as much progress in improving the country’s image as the Russians wanted. Politico Magazine noted a blindness in Russian leaders on page 2 that bears an uncanny resemblance to Scientology dictator David Miscavige and his PR flacks in the notorious Office of Special Affairs.

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In  terms of the Church of Scientology’s complete cultural ineptitude, of thinking that journalists and public opinion can be purchased by handing the right PR firm an envelope stuffed with cash, we need only to offer the Atlantic Magazine fiasco as evidence of David Miscavige being both clueless and self-aggrandizing — a dangerous combination for any dictator:

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Just like the Church of Scientology’s website, ThinkRussia also features videos. One particular video grabbed our attention. This video is pitching people on investing hard cash in Russian start ups. However, when one clicks the link to watch the featured video, the video is found to be as private as the OT levels:

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In related dubious claims, the Church of Scientology unequivocally maintains in its current What is Scientology? video that Scientology is based upon:

50,000 years of wisdom: The fact is that recorded history  goes back about 6,000 years and prehistorical pre-writing  goes back about 7,300 years. Thus, the Church of Scientology is lying once again. There is no “50,000 years of wisdom.” This is just a marketing phrase L. Ron Hubbard made up when he launched Dianetics in 1950.

Mathematics: Where? There are no equations, and certainly no science, in all of Scientology. Rather, the Church of Scientology is an autocracy buttressed by an intelligence agency and a set of coercive psycho-mechanics. This hellish machinery is purposely designed to control people and thereby extract as much of their money, obedience, and labor as possible.

Nuclear Physics: Incredibly, the Church of Scientology in 2015 is still promoting the lie that it is somehow based upon nuclear physics:

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The leaders of Russia and the Church of Scientology apparently do not understand that good PR cannot be purchased and is rather earned. Furthermore, lies and violent behavior are easily exposed in the globally-connected social media landscape. Nevertheless, such obstacles do not stop PR firms from promising autocrats and tyrants great PR in exchange for huge sums of money. Perhaps the best way to get rich these days is to be a PR firm catering to “challenging regimes” or a law firm that has the Church of Scientology for a client.

The Church of Scientology’s Great Big Lie About the Death of Founder L. Ron Hubbard

LRHScientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard died at approximately 8:00 PM local time on January 24, 1986 at his ranch in Creston, California. Hubbard was 74 years of age when he died alone inside of the luxury Bluebird motor home in which he had been living.

Three days after Hubbard’s death on January 27, 1986 Church of Scientology officials, led by David Miscavige, announced that the Founder had “discarded his body” to Scientologists gathered at the Palladium in Hollywood.

The great big big lie these Church of Scientology officials told Scientologists was that L. Ron Hubbard’s body was still strong and in perfect health and that Hubbard had simply laid down on his bed and “causitively dropped his body.”

This post deals with the actual facts surrounding the death of L. Ron Hubbard the Church of Scientology officials withheld from Scientology parishioners and the public at large. L. Ron Hubbard’s death certificate, autopsy results, and the San Luis Obispo Sheriff-Coroner’s report are at the bottom of this article. The report can also be found here.

Hubbard’s attending physician was a Scientologist named Dr. Gene Denk. According to Denk, L. Ron Hubbard had suffered a stroke one week before his death. Denk stated that official cause of Hubbard’s death was the stroke, or what Denk dispassionately called in the death certificate, a “cerebral vascular accident.” Hence, Dr. Denk concluded that L. Ron Hubbard had a stroke and died about a week later as a result.

While the Sheriff-Coroner accepted Dr. Denk’s determination of the cause of death, the Sheriff-Coroner nevertheless conducted a formal investigation before allowing Denk to officially certify Hubbard’s cause of death as a stroke. The Sheriff-Coroner was concerned about three things:

1. The long delay between Hubbard’s death and the mortuary being called to arrange for an immediate cremation of Hubbard’s body. Indeed, it was the mortuary that contacted the authorities about Hubbard’s death. The mortuary expressed its concern about the time delay to the Sheriff-Coroner.

2. The possibility of foul play or suicide.

3. As was discovered, Hubbard had signed a new will the day before he died. The Sheriff-Coroner mentions this in his report with respect to Hubbard’s post-stroke mental condition.

Three additional elements must be factored into Hubbard’s death:

    • According to the late Robert Vaughn Young (see video bel0w beginning at 2:45), Dr. Denk was in Reno, Nevada on a gambling trip with David Miscavige and other Scientologists when Hubbard had his stroke. Denk had to travel 400 miles back to the ranch. This is a 6-7 hour drive. This is a critical post-stroke period during which Hubbard received no medical care.
    • Dr. Denk was in Reno he was notified of Hubbard’s distress. Denk knew he had a 6-7 hour drive ahead of him back to the ranch. Why then did Dr. Denk fail to order the stricken Scientology founder immediately transported by ambulance to the nearest hospital for emergency intensive care? Failing this standard of care, why was a local doctor not summoned to the ranch to care for Hubbard in the critical hours following his stroke? This is very suspect conduct.
    • No autopsy was ever performed on Hubbard. The Scientology founder had signed a document four days before he died forbidding an autopsy based on his religious beliefs. Absent an autopsy there is no scientifically conclusive way of knowing L. Ron Hubbard’s cause of death. Hubbard died alone in his Bluebird luxury motorhome.

The late Robert Vaughn Young discussed Hubbard’s declining mental state at the end of his life and the events surrounding Hubbard’s death.


Based upon what Dr. Denk told the Sheriff-Coroner, L. Ron Hubbard had a long standing history of chronic pancreatitis and a recent history of dysphrasia:

Hubbard.Autopsy.1“Dysphrasia” is an older medical term that has, in more recent times, been replaced by the word  aphasia which is defined as:Impaired or absent comprehension or production of, or communication by, speech, writing, or signs; due to an acquired lesion of or injury to a language center of the brain; may be transient if cerebral swelling subsides.”

The Sheriff-Coroner noted Dr. Denk’s remarks that Hubbard’s “recent history of dysphrasia” lasted for about eight days prior to Hubbard’s final and fatal stroke:
Hubbard.2One can safely assume that Hubbard’s stroke was the cause of his slurred speech and other symptoms of dysphrasia.

The evidence of Hubbard’s attending physician Dr. Denk conclusively proves that senior Church of Scientology officials, led by David Miscavige and Pat Broeker, deliberately and willfully lied to Church parishioners and the public. L. Ron Hubbard had long-term pancreatitis, suffered a stroke after which he experienced dysphrasia, and was being treated with the drug Vistaril in the days prior to his death. Pfizer Data Sheet on Vistaril.

The coroner found ten needle marks on Hubbard’s body. If we assume there were only ten intramuscular injections of Vistaril in the 2-3 days before Hubbard’s death, then this would argue for the use of Vistaril as an anti-anxiety medication. I say this because Vistaril, when used as an antihistamine, is used to treat itching caused by skin conditions such as dermatitis, rashes, and hives. However, the coroner’s examination of Hubbard’s body revealed no dermatological conditions. No hives or rashes were noted.

While the Church of Scientology claims that Hubbard was being treated with Vistaril for allergies, it has failed to substantiate its  claim by producing Hubbard’s medical records. Specifically, the Church would need to show Dr. Denk’s written diagnosis of a dermatological allergy. The dosage and frequency of dosing Hubbard with Vistaril is of interest. Specifically:

  • The recommended dose for treating itching (pruritus) is 25 mg given 3 or 4 times daily by mouth or by intramuscular injection.
  • Anxiety and tension are managed with 50 to 100 mg in 4 divided doses or 50-100 mg intramuscular injection in 4 or 6 divided doses.

A >25mg daily dose of Vistaril would tend to prove that Hubbard was experiencing post-stroke anxiety and thus Denk prescribed Vistaril to treat psychoneurosis.

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The secondary problem with Hubbard’s death is this: We have here an elderly post-stroke man suffering from slurred speech; who may not be able to write or to comprehend written materials; is under the influence of a psychoactive drug; and who arguably has diminished mental capacity. However, we are asked by Church of Scientology officials to believe that L. Ron Hubbard was mentally fit to sign a new will on the day before his death. At the time, San Luis Obispo County Chief Deputy Coroner Don Hines expressed this precise concern:

LRH.DeathAfter conducting an investigation, the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff-Coroner’s Office determined that there was no foul play or suicide in the death of L. Ron Hubbard:

LRH.Death.2The Coroner, however, never ruled or opined as to whether or not L. Ron Hubbard was in a sound state of mind. Clearly, however, an elderly post-stroke man who is being treated with a psychoactive drug is likely suffering from diminished mental capacity. Nevertheless., the Church of Scientology swept all of this under the rug and, three days after Hubbard’s death, created and staged the phony myth of L. Ron Hubbard causitively dropping his healthy, fit, and strong physical body as it had become an impediment to his advanced spiritual researches.

How perfectly “Church of Scientology” it was for Hubbard to have died in hiding from the law and thereafter ascended into glory onstage at the Pallidum in Hollywood:

Pat Broeker where are you?

Please contact me if you want to talk: scienowriter@gmail.com


The Miscavige Legal Statements: A Study in Perjury, Lies and Misdirection. Written by Larry Brennan, Compiled by Anonymous

My friends, this is one of the classics in Scientology criticism:

SPEAKING OUT ABOUT ORGANIZED SCIENTOLOGY – The Collected Works of L. H. Brennan (Vol 1) – The Miscavige Legal Statements: A Study in Perjury, Lies and Misdirection. Written by Larry Brennan, Compiled by Anonymous

Blessings to you for writing this Denise! And thank you to Anonymous for its very careful and thoughtful work in the compilation. Click the link below to open the PDF version:

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