source of the Mohammedan Lodestone that they have hanging down there,that, eh, when Mohammed decided to be a good small-town booster in eh Kansas, Middle-East, or something of the sort.
By the way, the only reason he mocked that thing up, is the trade wasn't good in his hometown. That's right. You read the life of Mohammed. And he's got a black one and it sort of hung between the ceiling and the floor, I don't know, maybe they call it the Casbah or something or...
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["What's Wrong with This Universe: A Working Package for the Auditor",Philadelphia Doctorate Course #24. 9 December 1952. (1:12)]
This is hardly respecting the Islam faith and would be greatly insulting to Muslims. Itis certainly not compatible with Muslim beliefs. But it is Christianity that is singledout for the most criticism.
The idea behind Scientology is through application of the Scientology techniqueknown as "auditing", a persons ability can be improved right up to the point wherethey become aware of themselves as a spiritual entity who has lived many times before. This is no secret and can be found in the catechism of the "What isScientology?" book. In the Scientology Beliefs section, part of the answer to thequestion "Does Scientology believe in reincarnation or past lives?" is "Today inScientology, many people have certainty that they have lived lives prior to their current one". This in itself makes it incompatible with Christianity. And here is anexample of the lack of respect towards Christianity. Note the "anybody that has ever been infected -- I mean, ever studied Christianity".
He's told what the eighth dynamic is: "God is everywhere, God is everything,God is in everything, God is outside of everything, and it's in everything, and it watches you, and the watchbirds are watching you, and God is watching you and everybody's keeping his finger on you..." And the first thing youknow, the fellow is going to say to himself, "Hm-mm, there's something wrong with this. I wish I had a little privacy." And this is hard on him.
So if he's accepted this -- this concept or this description -- which is perfectlytrue; I mean, God is everywhere; he isn't watching you, you are it. Anyhow, perfectly true, maybe, to him, that God is everywhere and he'll do something