From: christir@mentor.cc.purdue.edu (Christi)
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Subject: Re: Beyond Scientology
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Date: 4 Aug 91 03:17:35 GMT
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In-reply-to: dona@bilver.uucp's message of 31 Jul 91 01:41:57 GMT

In article <1991Jul29.015704.303594@locus.com> eastin@locus.com (Dick Eastin) writes:

>Secondly, if anyone wishes to pursue supposed "scientology" by >exscientologists they should request disclosure of the consequences >from the exscientologists and from a Church registrar or ethics office. >Simply stated, exscientologists and their students, will find progress >on the standard Scientology program more difficult.

lemmee see if i read you right... if you don't start with true scientology, then you are going to have a problem if you then decide to go to scientology? it sounds like you are saying that that scientology would make it more difficult to advance... doesn't sound very sociable.



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