From: dm3e+@andrew.cmu.edu (David Allen Markley)
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Re: Scientology info (forwarded)
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Date: 23 Jul 91 15:02:50 GMT
References: <1991Jul22.211311.12675@cadence.com>
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Excerpts from netnews.alt.religion.scientology: 22-Jul-91 Scientology info (forwarded) Jim Howard@cds8613.Caden (4240)

> Dianetics and Scientology seem to appeal to the above average in > ability and rationality, not that it doesn't or can't to others, > but just that above average tend to assimilate, apply and gain the > benefits fastest. It is oriented toward "making the able more able," > though it is effective in any other realm as well.

Ahhh...You must also have the cash to afford "enlightenment!" HA! And people think that TV evangelists are out to get your money...sheesh...

By the way, could someone please change the name to something other than "Scientology." That word really means (roughly) "the study of science." It has nothing to do with religion or whatever you call the stuff the book "Dianetics" contains.



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