Analysis Of The Book ' Scientology ' By L. Ron Hubbard

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Scientology is a subculture, but sometimes it’s even considered a cult. Scientology is a belief that was created by L. Ron Hubbard, a science fiction author, in 1952. L. Ron Hubbard was inspired by his self-help system called Dianetics. Which he stated or claimed that Dianetics could help you heal your soul or the human spirit. Hubbard also claimed that Dianetics could cure physical illnesses that were brought on by germs and mental illnesses, which Hubbard said they were contagious. Scientology has many beliefs that tend to clash with other people such as psychologists. Many people tend to associate Scientology as the religion of some Hollywood celebrities, but in reality it’s not true because many people around the world associate themselves with the religion. Some people claim that Scientology is a religion and others say that it’s similar to behavior therapy. Then there are other people who think that Scientology is a cult, which it may it come from L. Ron Hubbard, the founder, who was a pulp-fiction and science-fiction writer. L. Ron Hubbard established the doctrines of Scientology in his books. The church of Scientology has many connections worldwide that is dedicated to the promotion of L. Ron Hubbard’s philosophies, and they also have many mission centers around the world. The true number of the people who are involved in Scientology is unknown, but the church claims to have more than ten million members worldwide. Certain experts say that there are around…
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