L. Ron Hubbard: the Founder of Scientology
L. Ron Hubbard is the founder of Dianetics and Scientology and the author of the Scientology scripture. His research on the spirit, the mind and life is recorded in the tens of millions of words which comprise Dianetics and Scientology. His works cover subjects as diverse as drug rehabilitation, education, marriage and family, success at work, administration, art and many other aspects of life.
His bestselling book, Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health alone has sold millions of copies and continues to appear on the New York Times and other bestseller lists around the world, five decades after its original publication.
L. Ron Hubbard dedicated his life to helping others. He saw that this world had to change drastically, and he created a workable technology so that needed changes could occur.
Testimony to the effectiveness of his discoveries are the millions of happy and successful people and the hundreds of Dianetics and Scientology churches, missions and groups internationally.
L. Ron Hubbard has described his philosophy in more than 5,000 writings, including dozens of books, and in 3,000 tape-recorded lectures. Those who regularly employ his teachings to improve themselves and help their fellows come from all walks of life, while Scientology missions and churches have been established on six continents.
The universal acclaim for the man — including thousands of awards and recognitions from individuals and groups and the unprecedented popularity of his works among people from all walks of life — is but one indicator of the effectiveness of his technologies. More importantly, there are millions of people around the world who consider they have no greater friend.
Although long celebrated as a writer, novelist and explorer, it was the 1950 publication of Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health that initially focused world attention on
Although most men might have been satisfied with such an accomplishment,
The story of Dianetics and Scientology began long before the publication of
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