Scientology Crime Syndicate

Subject: Major omission in Whar Is Scientology?
From: "Safe"
Date: Thu, 20 May 1999 14:50:25 -0700

Hi Fellow Scientologists,

I was browsing through the new 1998 "What is Scientology" book in the "Churches of Scientology and their Activities" section and found a GLARING OMISSION. The area I was perusing was talking about the different organizations in our church.

BUT, it totally "forgot" to mention anything about our Church of Spiritual Technology who licenses the copyrights of LRH works. CST is better known as "L. Ron Hubbard Library" ... their "dba" name.

I just couldn't understand why this information would be OMITTED out of our treatise of our church. Perhaps another more informed person can enlighten me.

By the way, the paperback edition is the "WOG" edition. It's not the same as the Hardback (I found out later after I already paid for it) which contains more substantial material, which may be too sensitive to wogs (according to a Bridge Publications rep). The Scientologist-only hardback version is only $100. But you get 30% off if you buy 3 paperback versions with it so you can give the WOGGY versions out to WOGS.

Perhaps I can understand the need for a WOGGY PR version of "What is Scientology?". When they move up to becoming a higher being Scientologist, they can handle the grimmer truth and more difficult words of our nomenclature in the more detailed Scientologist-only hardback version.

One of these days, all WOGS will become as brilliant as we are. We won't need anymore WOG versions of justice, courts, or books. Everything will be run by our much saner Church justice system.

Yours for our church as the New World government, ;-) Safe

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