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From: robertm@alumni.colorado.edu (MONTGOMERY ROBERT PH)
Subject: Re: Psi and Scientology
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Date: Mon, 22 Jul 1991 15:39:17 GMT
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In article <34423@usc.edu> lfreeman@phad.hsc.usc.edu (Leny Freeman) writes: >I've been a scientologist for 18 years now and you can believe or >disbelieve anything you want. Although it's highly advised that you >believe what you see or experience for yourself, it's not mandatory. > >"What is true for you is what you have observed yourself. And when >you lose that you have lost everything." LRH

It's not mandatory, but you lose everything. It sure is nice to have a choice! :-)


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