I have been a member of and studied Scientology
Being , the Atheist, I deleted all of their dogma and I am impressed.
25 years ago I built for myself, their E-meter.
It is a sensitive galvanometer that is attached to your hands to measure
your galavnic skin response , while they are asking you questions
or giving you instructions.
It works great, it is like a lie detector, and is used in their "auditing
One of my friends at work copied it and and made a small crude version
thru Edmonds Scientific, I doubt many were sold.
The auditing sessions are like psyciatric sessions, but they have a great
tool that professionals dont have.
Due to the brainwashing of the Scientoligists, I cant participate
Due to the brainwashing of the non-Sceintologists, I cant participate with
The Science of Scientology very valuable. and wonderful, but without the
John, tA ( the Atheist )
>From: Joe <[address removed]>
>Reply-To: [address removed]
>To: [address removed]
>Subject: RE: [atheists-518] Germany imposes ban on Tom Cruise
>Date: Tue, 26 Jun[masked]:49:44 -0400 (EDT)
>Hi, I'm new to the group. I agree with the post below. I would say more
>people have died in the name of "god" (insert god of your choice here) than
>have died of the flu. If not more, I would say it is pretty close.
>From: [address removed]: [address removed]: Re:
>[atheists-518] Germany imposes ban on Tom CruiseDate: Tue, 26 Jun 2007
>16:41:09 -0400Personally I don't see any difference between Scientology and
>the other religions. I watched the complete slide show you referenced. Pick
>an established religion and you could make the same slide show as they have
>done Scientology. Personally I kind of like Scientology over the other
>religions because: 1) It doesn't make us humans the center of the universe.
>It has other planets and aliens in it.2) Their history goes back more than
>six thousand years!3) They have self improvement programs.Sure Scientology
>has all the negative baggage the other religions have. It "kills" people in
>just the same ways. However it's newer and a major step in the right
>direction. Maybe the next major religion will embrace even more ideas. Say
>for instance evolution...
>On 6/26/07, Horst Leuschner <[address removed]> wrote:
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