From: Gerry Armstrong <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: L Ron Hubbard says 'An Affirmation
a day keeps the body thetans away.'
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On 5 Jun 2005 04:20:23 -0000, Anonymous-Remailer@See.Comment.Header
>Gerry Armstrong, thank you so much for bringing to my
>attention the Affirmations (or Admissions)
of L Ron
>Hubbard. What a revelation they are!
I'm glad they made it out.
They helped me get a grip on Scientology, and loosened Scientology's
grip on me.
>If you're a newbie and haven't read them, you can
>find them right here:
>Or right here:
>I think they're so good I've written a CSW to COB to
>add them to the glossary of the 'Congress' lectures.
It could be. They certainly couldn't but "improve" any Scientologist's
case gain. But it's the "Suppressive Person" doctrine whereby
Scientology will triumph or fall. The utterly unconfrontable SP
© Gerry Armstrong