The meaning of the word “religion” is entirely subjective, and strictly personalized, opinion of what it means toany given individual. Therefore, no one can define the answer to “Is Scientology a Religion?” for another person. However, people of various faiths still seek those answers in regards to the Scientology system of beliefs. Therefore, this research catalog documentation archive aims to expose the truth about a wide range of L.Ron Hubbard derived scriptures using a contemporary approach to world religion studies .This series of publications and related worksis intended to serve as a public domain archive of source materialsfor further research to aid those who seek out such answers for themselves. The fair usage content includedspans examples of the following documentation:
Propaganda the Church of Scientology promotes to the outside world for encouraging a wider acceptance of their beliefs and practices, while reinforcing their legitimacy as a New ReligiousMovement (NRM).
Propaganda the Church of Scientology promotes internally to their own members that slanders manyother major religions and contradicts their claims of being compatible with other belief systems.
Additional documentation outlining the actual teachings and alternative medicine practices of theChurch of Scientology that underscores why their system of beliefs is so controversial.
Academic analysis summaries from proponent, critical, and comparative sources that reflect acomprehensive look at all sides of many disputes surrounding the common of questions of Scientology’sreligiosity.
Related media coverage that further examines the finer points of the “applied religious philosophy” thatthe Church of Scientology claims is at the heart of its campaign to “clear the planet.”With the release and ongoing maintenance of this documentation archive of educational booklets and relatedworks, Project Chanology Anonymous activists fromwww.whyweprotest.netaims to provide a virtual libraryof reference materials for all those seeking answers to the entirely subjective questions that arise whenevaluating the nature of Scientology as a religion.
of research catalogs and related works is a collection of materials for supporting further research in the vein of comparative religion studies on the subject of Scientology and theteachings of L. Ron Hubbard. These fair use publications focus on illustrating Scientology beliefs in relation toother religions, traditional tenets of faith, ancient mythology, and the teachings of major religious leaders.The materials included in each volume represent a small sampling of excerpts from the written works by L. RonHubbard in the form of books, essays, and lecture transcripts. Other materials range from official scriptures of the Church of Scientology in the form of policies and organizational publications, in addition to promotionalmaterials. This documentation represents the core Scientology teachings and doctrines that is often referred toas “technology.”Another central aspect of this series of publications focuses on an assortment of privately distributed
Magazine feature articles from a long running
Spiritual History of Man
series that L. Ron Hubbard personallymandated . These articles and related Hubbard essays offer a unique view into how the Scientology dogma is promoted internally to adherents that are on an advanced stage of the “The Bridge to Total Freedom” (aka “TheBridge”), and pursuing the Operating Thetan (“OT”) levels of study.