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Letter: Robert Heinlein to John Arwine (10 May 1946)

January 20, 2011 by  
Filed under Evidence, The Heinlein Archives

From The Admissions of L. Ron Hubbard, ca. 1946: Vida does not resemble your mother. She looks like a wood nymph. You like her. You do not love her to desperation. You are not jealous of her. She thrills you physically and you enjoy her. Letter: Robert Heinlein to John Arwine (10 May 1946) Source: […]

Lecture: Games Conditions

January 20, 2011 by  
Filed under Evidence

In this 1961 lecture, Hubbard uses the case of Sprague de Camp as an example of someone who is way down scale, i.e., not able to influence his own mind. Elsewhere Hubbard described de Camp as “one of my archenemies in writing.” A little kid who was just trying to rehabilitate himself in the next […]

Lecture: PreHav Scales and Lists

January 20, 2011 by  
Filed under Evidence

In this 1962 lecture, Hubbard mentions one of his archenemies, Sprague de Camp as an example of someone who develops a psychosomatic reaction to a “wrong item” concerning some aspect of his case. Apparently de Camp was allergic to cats, which Hubbard found amusing and found satisfaction in using against him. All of a sudden […]

The Revolt of the American Nuclear Physicists

January 19, 2011 by  
Filed under Evidence, Featured

At  the  end  of  World  War  2  a  friend  of  mine,  Lt. Commander of the Coast Guard, Johnny Arwine, and myself went to the California Institute of Technology1—Cal  Tech— to  meet  with  a  great  many  old  time atomic  physicists  who  had  been  at  the  project  that dropped the original bomb—from Los Alamos Gordas2, 3. It […]

Whence Came the Stranger: Tracking the Metapattern of Stranger in a Strange Land

January 18, 2011 by  
Filed under Evidence

The premise of this fascinating article is that Robert A. Heinlein wrote Stranger in a Strange Land as an “allegorical recapitulation of Thelema.” The author links Stranger to the Babalon Working through the words of Parsons’ “scribe,” L. Ron Hubbard. Whence Came the Stranger: Tracking the Metapattern of Stranger in a Strange Land In 1961 […]

Impact 124: OT Summit Midyear Report

October 27, 2010 by  
Filed under Evidence

The IAS is how we GUARANTEE THE FUTURE OF SCIENTOLOGY for as long as planets swing and suns shine. The IAS is not just a key component in the greater machinery for Planetary Clearing, IT IS THE ENERGY ITSELF.1 Tonight we take an OT Summit perspective on what it means to unite, advance, support and […]

Stiletto through the cheek?

July 10, 2010 by  
Filed under Evidence

As to my study of Islam, I got a sheikh to teach me Arabic and the practices of ablution, prayer and so on, so that at some future time I might pass for a Moslem among themselves. I had it in my mind to repeat Burton’s journey to Mecca sooner or later. I learnt a […]

Correspondence between Jack Parsons and his “Elemental” Marjorie Cameron

July 9, 2010 by  
Filed under Evidence

CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN JACK PARSONS and His “Elemental”, Marjorie Cameron Edited by Cameron and Hymenaeus Beta (Fra. Superior, OTO) ©1989 Marjorie Cameron Parsons Kimmel Revision 2 5 Oct 49 Dear Candida According to your last letter – although I may be able to give you valuable technical advice from time to time – still you have […]

Fra. B.R.H.: Liber Babalon

July 8, 2010 by  
Filed under Evidence

Liber BABALON Liber VI Publication in Class B V.H. Fra. B.R.H., B:.B:. An Holy Observer of the Babalon Bunch© “More and more we are finding that mythology in general though greatly contorted very often has some historic base. And the interesting thing is that one myth which occurs over and over again in many parts […]

The Book of AntiChrist: Sub-Figura vel Liber Babalon

July 8, 2010 by  
Filed under Evidence

The Collected Writings of Jack Parsons The Book of Babalon, The Book of Antichrist, and other writings PART TWO: THE BOOK OF ANTICHRIST The Black Pilgrimage Now it came to pass even as BABALON told me, for after receving Her Book I fell away from Magick, and put away Her Book and all pertaining thereto. […]

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