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Scientology has a plan to rescue the U.S. military, and it involves ‘Battlefield Earth’


It’s time again for Rod Keller’s Scientology Social Media Review. He’s made a specialty of hunting down the odd and wonderful things Scientologists post to the ‘net. He’s a chronicler who piece by piece builds a highly detailed assessment of what Scientology is doing around the world, and this is what he found for us this week…

Scientology staff members have received briefings on the re-release of the 1982 L. Ron Hubbard science fiction novel Battlefield Earth. Each org has a quota to sell books, and the potential customers are mostly active Scientologists. Although a work of fiction, the book is seen by Scientologists as an introduction to the works of L. Ron Hubbard in a process Scientology calls “dissemination.” Copies of the book cost $25.00 and the books sold will be donated to the U.S. Military as part of Scientology’s battle against psychiatry. The novel is allegorical, documenting the battle between a group of primitive Scottish farmers representing Scientologists, against the alien Psychlos representing Psychiatry. Hubbard taught that psychiatrists in real life are not like other humans, but come from the planet Farsec, and came to Earth to control the population, much like the fictional Psychlos.



HELLO everyone!! So for the ones that don’t know I’m a staff member at Tampa day org and I got an AMAZING briefing today at the org about the NEW BATTLE FIELD EARTH book so check this out, basically the book has 100 new pages of original LRH content and the book includes the last interview LRH did with the media in the mid 80 which is totally amazing because it’s a perfect dissemination line and we are doing it with the purpose of taking this book to the NEW YORK TIMES BEST SELLER LIST.

Apart from that there is another huge and amazing news every Battlefield Earth book that is donated is going straight to the US military. The reason for this is that the US military is being suppressed in a huge way by psychiatry and we are going to fight that with this book putting in theta and a stable terminal, LRH.

So obviously Tampa Org has a quota to achieve this target and I want you guys to help us out!!

The book is only 25 dollars and It’s super easy just fill out one of this (picture below) and let me know on private inbox or my number +1 727 637 1580 that you filled it out!! (You can grab one of this forms at flag or let me know and I can find it for you) but… VERY IMPORTANT please in the seller and division section put Lucas Santinato and Tampa org day so it counts to our quota!!! ??????

Cheers!! And let’s make this happen!! ??????

– Lucas Santinato

Approximately 50 Scientologists protested the annual meeting of the Royal College of Psychiatrists meeting at the ExCel Center in London this week. They identified themselves as supporters of the front group Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR). Two of the Scientologists dressed in duck costumes.


Scientologists distributed literature from the Foundation for a Drug-Free World this week to mark the United Nations International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking. In Piazza San Babila in Milan…


On Augustinerstrasse in Zürich, Switzerland…


At Cornerstone Assembly Church in Bronx, New York with the everpresent Bernard Fialkoff….


In Chelny, Tatarstan, Russia…


And at a Scientology-organized football tournament in London with the Mayor of Southwark, Kath Whittam. Her office is ceremonial, as are most Borough Mayors in the city.


Narconon Astore in Poggio San Romualdo, Italy celebrated its 22nd anniversary this week. Guests included officials from nearby Fabriano, including city council member Giancarlo Bonafoni, parish priest Richard Gonzalez, and Luciano Fabrianesi from the Fabriano Agricultural School. The facility is the former hotel and restaurant Paradiso, and is not the original location of this Narconon.


Lorena Erario staffs the newly opened Scientology Information Center on Piazza Cavour in Padua, Italy.


The Nation of Islam is holding a Dianetics event on July 23rd at the Tampa Ideal Org, featuring Self-Analysis, Assists, Cause and Suppression, Communication and Admin Tech.


The motorcycle club “Happy Family – Happy Moscow” distributes copies of the L. Ron Hubbard booklet The Way to Happiness. The club rode around the city this week holding Way to Happiness flags in an attempt to spread calm.


Scientology hopes to spread calm in East Grinstead, England by entering a float in the city carnival. The city is the site of Saint Hill, an Advanced Org and former home of L. Ron Hubbard.


This week the Houston mission celebrated the Maiden Voyage event focusing on the fictional works of L. Ron Hubbard by serving Scottish shortbread cookies with an OT symbol on top. The heroes in the novel Battlefield Earth are Scottish.


This is a price list of summer courses for children at the Mexico City Ideal Org. 700 Pesos is about US$38.00.


The Johannesburg, South Africa org is offering a 50 percent discount on the book Dianetics if a previous edition is returned to them.


— Rod Keller


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