Archive Message - 1995

Since some of the materials which describe the $cientology cult could be considered to be copywritten materials, I have censored myself and The Skeptic Tank by deleting any and all possible text files which describes the cult's hidden mythologies. I have elected to quote just a bit of the questionable text according to the "Fair Use" legal findings afforded to those who report. - Fredric L. Rice, The Skeptic Tank, 09/Sep/95 -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- From!!!inform Wed Jul 12 09:50:13 1995 Path:!!!inform From: inform@Primenet.Com (the inFormer) Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology Subject: Rasins and Stuff... Date: 11 Jul 1995 16:28:34 GMT Organization: Primenet Lines: 191 Message-ID: <3tu8ri$> NNTP-Posting-Host: Brandon Harder <> >Could someone direct me to the post of "Body Rasins" or something to that >effect? That'd be me. OCCULT MOUTH (SPEAKING IN FOOT) GLENDOWER: I can call spirits from the vasty deep. HOTSPUR: Why, so can I, or so can any man; But will they come when you do call for them? (Shakespeare, King Henry IV) Heber Jentzsch looked worried. Worse yet, he seemed "off his feed." He was confronting a pair of semi-informed news anchors from a local TV station the evening before the explosive Time Magazine article hit the newsstands. The newsreaders were citing the charges made in the Time magazine article. Joining the broadcast by telephone from Cape Cod, Massachusetts was Earl Cooley, the acerbic, venomous legal mouthpiece of Scientology. Uncharacteristically, Jentsch seemed to fumble his usually oily-smooth responses. Cooley jumped in hotly (joke) several times before Jentsch could flub a respose. In a rapid-fire, Walter Winchell-like cadence, Cooley alternately hurled accusations and threats against Time Magazine and the reporter who wrote the article. This was vintage Cooley. An expert using the drills that the Guardian's office used to teach its Public Relations people. Attack, Attack, Attack! "The bank follows the line of attack", Hubbard used to say. While it was vintage Cooley, it certainly was not vintage Jentsch. His usual arrogant, smugness and "I am in charge here" smile were missing. He looked grim. Maybe he could not see the newsreaders directly, being forced to look only into a camera, maybe the makeup people goofed and gave him that greyish pallor, maybe he was tired from lack of sleep, or maybe he was just tired of dissembling (look it up) to the press after all these years. In reviewing the tape of the news broadcast it was difficult at first to spot the cause of Heber's distress. Finally things seemed to come into focus. Heber was covered from head to foot with almost invisible, little spirit-like things! Each one was about the size of a raisin. These little shriveled-up entities must be the famous OT III "Body Raisins" Hubbard claimed possessed all of us. There they were on Heber, visible to the entire TV audience, seeming to have a sentience all their own! (certainly Heber didn't) Worse for Heber: they were influencing his mind and behavior, and he didn't even know they were there...swarming over every nook and cranny of his body. This startling discovery also explains Heber's bizarre behavior the following week. There seems to be no other explanation for Heber's parading a complete set of ridiculous allegations, downright lies, attempted intimidation in the week that followed than to say that he was under the influence of his BRs gone amuck. He kept saying that Scientology had 8 million members, that 100,000 people had been freed from drugs and even that the author of the Time magazine article was a stalking horse for the IRS. When asked a direct question about Scientology, Heber would launch off into a different topic. That Sunday night, almost a week after that issue of Time hit the newsstands, Heber appeared on a radio talk show on KFI in Los Angeles. The worst thing possible happened: Heber was completely overcome by his abundant complement of Body Raisins. Some say Heber was also suffering from another manifestation of Body Raisins - clumping - wherein they glom onto each other in a big, sticky, ugly mass of evil influence and force a person into completely wacko behavior. The host of the talk show even had to shut down Heber's microphone. The BRs must have been keeping his jaw moving as Heber vented his wrath in a loud, wild, wailing "scream-of-unconciousness". One of the guests on the show, Dennis Erlich, started to give an explanation of an aspect of Scientology's occult "theology" concerning exorcism. Heber, unasked, started screaming in a most ungracious manner. BR possession had taken over. The show's host promptly cut off his microphone. Not to be thwarted from blocking the revelation of his cult's most guarded (and expensive) secrets, Heber rose out of his chair, went around the table to where the other guests were seated and from his mouth came the strangest manner of emanations (perhaps he was even "speaking in foot?"). Here's a sample of the dialogue from KFI's show (Hosted by Jane North): Caller: I would like someone to describe the process of exorcism . . . Dennis never really explained it. Dennis: Yes, I would like to talk about that . . . Heber: (Interrupting) Well, you can pick it up in Dianetics Modern Science of Mental Health . . . What it does is deal with mental image pictures a person has and it can deal with a person's past going back into his past lives . . . Dennis: (Cutting back in) It has nothing to do with that . . Heber: Well, it has everything to do with that and you [Dennis] know that. Dianetics Modern Science of Mental Health . . . Dennis: [to the caller] Do you want an answer or do you want to know what the propaganda front is? Heber: [at the same time as Dennis] Dianetics, Dianetics, Dianetics Modern Science of Mental Health has an answer for you and Dennis KNOWS that. Dianetics has the answer to . . . Dennis: He's blocking. He's blocking! Heber: I am not blocking! Dennis: I would like to answer . . . Caller: I still haven't had an answer. Heber: I am not hear to discuss the religion of Scientology . . Dennis: I'd love to answer but Heber won't stop talking. That's the thing, you [Heber] won't stop to let me . . . Heber: [Sarcastically] Dennis, Dennis . . . Dennis: This is the technique he drills before he comes on an interview like this so he won't have to answer a question. Heber: [Very loudly] Give me a break! You know better than that . . . Jane: Why won't you let him answer the caller? Caller: Could I have my answer please? Heber: I said that Dianetics . . . Jane: Now there are three of us asking so let him. . . At this point, Heber's microphone cut off by the host. He could be heard in the background trying to yell over Dennis' mic as Dennis attempted to answer the caller. Then, just a few seconds later, he could be heard screaming "Get your hands off of me! You get your hands off me! I don't care if you are a . . . she calls herself a lady!". Witnesses are sure this outburst was caused by Heber finally discovering his possession by the dreaded Body Raisins. Heber made his way around the table to Dennis' microphone where Dennis was giving the caller an explanation of Hubbard's theories of possession and techniques of exorcism. With bad breath and booming voice, he began screaming into the microphone, and Dennis's ear, the following: Heber: "You love drugs don't you, Dennis?. That's right isn't it Dennis. You love drugs! . . . Are you on drugs now Dennis? Tell us are you on drugs?" ________________ It's a sad thing when a person is completely possessed by Body Raisins. It just isn't human. +--------------------------------+ First published in the inFormer. Anonymous author is, no doubt, lurking somewhere on ars. +--------------------------------------+ Rev. Dennis L Erlich * * the inFormer * * + "tar baby" --- SPEED 2.0L #1907 -- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- * the inFormer * +----------------------------------------------------------------+


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