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 Scientology A true Religion


In the words of L. Ron Hubbard himself, the goals of Scientology are: “a civilization without insanity, without criminals and without war, where the able can prosper, and honest people can have rights and where man can be free to rise to greater heights.” (See What Is Scientology?)

As the objective for the individual, Scientology pursues the salvation of man, his spiritual liberation and the freedom of the barriers which existence has been imposing on him. But no man can be free without the society also being free. The search for responsibility is the main road through which Scientologists seek their freedom; responsibility which requires bettering our life and that of our fellow man before reaching superior goals.

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The Concept of Religion

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The Final Objective of Scientology

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