Scientology presents as Luciferianism. Contriver of the subject, and founder and operator of the cult, L. Ron Hubbard presented as Lucifer. He wrote as Lucifer, spoke as Lucifer, and acted as Lucifer.
Not long before he died, Hubbard even bragged in one of his many scriptural “technical bulletins” that he was, in fact, Lucifer. Expressing this scientologically, “the big being in the body known as Ron in a past life had been the big being known as Lucifer.”
Hubbard couched his bulletin as a “confession” to the most highly programmed Scientologists, those then most devoted to him, of certain long-kept secret knowledge. He made the bulletin so crucial it was the first in a series of OT VIII bulletins and the first thing Scientologists studied on the “OT VIII Course.” Only officially approved “OT VIIs” were allowed onto the course or even to look at this bulletin.
“OTs” or “Operating Thetans” are Scientologists who, through study, dedication, confessing all, toeing the cult line, and paying a ton of money, or paying by peonage, have acquired feigned super powers. They do acquire a real “OT level” status, however, and an authentic certificate. “Thetan” is the Scientologists’ word for individual beings, either inhabiting bodies or detached from them. Hubbard equated his “thetan” concept with the Judeo-Christian “soul.”
An “Operating Thetan,” Hubbard said, is “an individual who can operate totally independently of his body whether he had one or didn’t have one.” At OT VIII, the highest “level” in Scientology, an individual is to be “willing and knowing cause over life, thought, matter, energy, space and time.”
The classical good PR on Lucifer is that he is humanity’s “light bearer” or “light bringer.” His hagiography has him as the entity who brings enlightenment to mankind and saves everyone from ignorance and destruction. Hubbard wrote in “OT VIII Student Briefing:”
No doubt you are familiar with the Revelations section of the Bible where various events are predicted. Also mentioned is a brief period of time in which an arch-enemy of Christ, referred to as the anti-Christ, will reign and his opinions will have sway. All this makes for very fantastic, entertaining reading but there is truth in it. This anti-Christ represents the forces of Lucifer (literally, the “light bearer” or “light bringer”), Lucifer being a mythical representation of the forces of enlightenment, the Galactic Confederacy. My mission could be said to fulfill the Biblical promise represented by this brief anti-Christ period. During this period there is a fleeting opportunity for the whole scenario to be effectively derailed, which would make it impossible for the mass Marcabian landing (Second Coming) to take place. The Second Coming is designed, among other things, to trigger a rapid series of destructive events.1
A key Luciferian computation (Scientologists would call it a “postulate”) is that humans are so benighted, so unenlightened, so reactive, enslaved, evil, dangerous, so on the cusp of their own planetary obliteration, God — if He ever had any will or power to make things in the world go right – He has obviously failed. Human logic says that He cannot be relied on for salvation from this deplorable human condition. Therefore, the same logic holds, someone else, some gargantuan being beyond God, or beyond His control, must bring this salvation.
Lucifer is portrayed as that being, Hubbard portrayed himself as that being, and his followers follow and portray him as that being. He PRed himself, and had his underlings PR him, as a polymath of promethean intelligence, abilities, goals, struggles, triumphs and benevolence. He sold the idea that his tech, or science, or philosophy, or religion, or organization alone worked, and alone would save mankind. He also insisted in his scripture that he alone had done it all, that he was the sole “Source” of the only workable mankind-saving tech, science, philosophy, etc.
The most crucial passage in all of Hubbard’s public writings, I believe, which, in Scientology’s early public years reveals his Luciferian intent and implies his chosen “beingness,” is from Professional Auditor’s Bulletin No. 83, “The Conditions of Existence,” of May 8, 1956:
THE EIGHTH DYNAMIC — is the urge toward existence as Infinity. This is also identified as the Supreme Being. It is carefully observed here that the science of Scientology does not intrude into the Dynamic of the Supreme Being. This is called the Eighth Dynamic because the symbol of infinity stood upright makes the numeral “8”. This can be called the INFINITY or GOD DYNAMIC.
Hubbard republished this exact text in multiple printings of his basic book Scientology The Fundamentals of Thought, and of his basic Dianetics and Scientology Technical Dictionary.
In Professional Auditor’s Bulletin No. 85, “The Parts of Man,” dated May 22, 1956, Hubbard buttressed his bedrock intention that Scientology and Scientologists be kept away from God with another verb: “Scientology does not invade the 8th dynamic.”
Hubbard concocted the idea that to understand life it must be divided into eight identifiable urges or drives for survival, which he called “dynamics.” Scientologists accept this construct as scriptural and true, and make a huge deal of it. They present it as workable, indeed indispensable, “knowledge” or “technology,” which only Scientologists possess, live by and flourish and prosper by. Hubbard’s “Dynamic Principle of Existence” with its eight dynamic subdivisions is basic to most of Scientology, including the “ethics” system; and it is also childish and of no real use.
According to Hubbard and Scientologists, the first dynamic is “the urge toward existence as self;” the second is “the urge toward existence through sex and family;” third, “groups; fourth, “mankind;” fifth, “all living things;” sixth, “the physical universe;” seventh, “spirits;” eighth, “God.”
I will write more separately about Hubbard and Scientologists’ communications and actions to prevent people from finding and realizing God. Even though He is not lost or absent, finding and realizing Him very well could involve intruding or invading into what the Scientologists might consider their “Eighth Dynamic.” He does not need us to intrude or invade His Kingdom, but we probably need to, if we seek or want to realize Him. Certainly it is both evil and idiotic to try to dissuade anyone from finding and realizing Him, even if Lucifer himself is doing the dissuading and calls realization intrusion or invasion.
Inside Scientology, obediently and vitally, I did not intrude into the God Dynamic. I didn’t invade It. I didn’t question It. I granted It no credence. I didn’t look to God. Very early in my Scientology career, I understood Hubbard’s command to not get into God, because I read Fundamentals of Thought, even before I entered a cult office. Nothing in all my years in Scientology violated this rule. I had nothing to do with God; or I thought I was having nothing to do with Him. There was nothing in Scientology scripture, the tech, or the cult experience to move me to have anything to do with Him. I was a Scientologist applying Scientology, and did not stop applying it to intrude into the Eighth Dynamic, to realize, know, grok the Infinite Invisible.
In theory, a Luciferian scheme like Scientology could “work” if three conditions were met: 1. the Scientologists are able to keep themselves, and perhaps others, from having anything to do with God; 2. He has nothing to do with the Scientologists, and perhaps anyone else; and, 3. by applying Scientology, and having no contact with Him, the Scientologists alone, solve mankind’s many problems.
Scientology’s stated aims are:
A civilization without insanity, without criminals and without war, where the able can prosper and honest beings can have rights, and where Man is free to rise to greater heights.
Being Luciferians, the Scientologists are pursuing these objectives without God — they think. They teach that they are the honest beings, that Hubbard was completely honest, that his and Scientology’s claims and promises are bona fide. He even mouthed words Christ Jesus taught, that “the truth shall make you free.” (John 8:32) Lucifer knew the freeing power of truth and speaking the truth; so did Hubbard; so do the Scientologists; and so does Christ; and so do Christians.
In reality, however, Hubbard lied as a life-long policy and practice. Although he was at least a wannabe latter-day Lucifer, all his lying made him satanic. All the lying he made others do was satanic. Elements of Hubbard’s concept for his “tech” are Luciferian. How it is advertised, sold, applied and defended makes the “tech” satanic. His unrepentance in his lifetime, his refusal to correct his lies right to the end, was satanic. His greed was satanic. His misanthropy was satanic. His sadism, his lust to control people, was satanic. Considering people his slaves is satanic.
Keeping people from intruding into God, or finding or realizing Him, is satanic. Hubbard’s assertion that “there is no Christ” is satanic. Christ is how one finds and realizes God. The Scientologists’ claim that Scientology is compatible with Christianity is satanic. Very likely satanic Christians, even satanic Christian ministers, will also say that Scientology is compatible with Christianity; but there are Christians who are not satanic.
Hubbard’s “Suppressive Person” doctrine, which permeates and governs all of Scientology, is satanic. His protocol of hate for SPs is satanic. His “fair game” policy and practice, by which he had his Scientologist troops pursue, attack and destroy SPs, is satanic. His “black propaganda,” or “Black PR,” policy, practice and actions smearing SPs with covert and overt calumnies to destroy their reputations, relationships, careers and lives is satanic. “SPs” are all God’s children. Moreover, they are commonly persons who simply tell something truthful about Scientology and Scientologists’ satanic policies, practices, activities and nature. Silencing us, which is a basic, cult-wide policy and practice, is clearly satanic.
Scientology scripture contains myriad lies and it directs hatred and destructive behavior, which classifies it theologically as Satanic Luciferianism. Scientologists lie and hate as policy, practice and a way of life, which, theologically, and pragmatically, makes them Satanic Luciferians.
I am not challenging the idea that Scientology, or any other Satanic Luciferian entity, is religious, or a religion. Socially, Scientology is a criminal conspiracy against persons and rights, is organized to violate public policy, and does not lawfully deserve tax exemption or the other benefits or privileges society confers on religious entities that are not criminal and not violating public policy. Nevertheless, Scientology is religious. It is a criminal, public policy-violating, Satanic Luciferian religion.
It is conceivable that there are Luciferians and Luciferian sects that are not satanic. In reality, however, it is virtually inescapable that they be, like Scientology and Scientologists, satanic. The whole basis of Luciferianism — the separation of God’s creations from Him — is a lie. Satan, of course, is the “devil,” and the “father of lies.” (John 8:44)
If there are no Nonsatanic Luciferians – completely honest reverers of the wonderful qualities attributed to Lucifer — it would mean that the term and classification of Satanic Luciferian is semantically redundant, and therefore wrong. Similarly, if there are no Nonsatanic Luciferian groups, it could be semantically redundant to call any group Satanic Luciferianism. The theological classification of “Luciferianism” could necessarily connote “satanicity.”
Since, however, lying is so central and indispensable to Scientology’s policies, practices, operations, products and services, whereas other Luciferian organizations might not be so monstrously dishonest, or their inventor judicially declared “virtually a pathological liar,” it is still proper to classify Scientology theologically as Satanic Luciferianism. Similarly, because of their incessant lying, and their SP doctrine, which few Luciferian entities can match for fiendishness, it is proper to classify Scientologists theologically as Satanic Luciferians.
If there is a Nonsatanic Luciferian, or a branch of Nonsatanic Luciferianism, I pray he or she or they will speak up and tell the truth. So far, it is clear to me that God cannot be prevented from having anything to do with mankind. Nonsatanic Luciferians or Satanic Luciferians, or whatever else we may be, we are, after all, His children, and not by our choice. It is impossible to prevent God from being anywhere, because He is, after all, omnipresent. 🙂 It is also clear to me that all the Scientologists in the world applying all the Scientology in the world is a pinheaded concept. It does not work. The Scientologists, without God, have not solved or even reduced mankind’s problems or threats to his existence. God did the good that is done.
No doubt there are many Scientologists who know not what they are doing. I was one once. I was “on-purpose” and “on source,” and obeyed without complaint. No doubt too there is a set of cult conspirators who know differently, and make unknowing Scientologists do what they do. Hubbard knew what he was doing, and current cult head David Miscavige and his cabal know what they are doing. These conspirators act to keep rank-and file Scientologists unknowing, which is inarguably satanic. Many Scientologists are indeed in the dark, as are many Exscientologists. Many of them have not recognized the satanic state or condition that has been imposed on them, nor the evil they did to themselves and others applying their Satanic Luciferian scriptures and obeying their satanic leaders.
It has to be understood that Scientology historically, and currently, is satanic, but not Satanism. At this time, central Scientology is theologically something that could be termed “Miscavigism,” a bastardized form of the Satanic Luciferianism form that Hubbard devised and called “Scientology,” and Scientologists practiced under him.
Scientologists practicing Scientology are acting and being satanic, but are not Satanists. They are, theologically, Satanic Luciferians. Some people leave Scientology and stay Satanic Luciferians. Some even form their own Luciferian groups. Some leave Scientology and turn to God, seek to find Him, “intrude” upon Him, and know Him.
Here’s Justice Kevin Victor Anderson Q.C., State of Victoria, Australia, Report of the Board of Inquiry into Scientology, 1965:
Scientology is evil; its techniques are evil; its practice is a serious threat to the community, medically, morally, and socially; and its adherents are sadly deluded and often mentally ill… (Scientology is) the world’s largest organization of unqualified persons engaged in the practice of dangerous techniques which masquerade as mental therapy.
Here’s Justice John Brinsmead Latey, MBE, in Re B & G Wards, Royal Courts of Justice, High Court, London, 1984:
Scientology is both immoral and socially obnoxious. Mr Kennedy did not exaggerate when he termed it “pernicious.” In my judgment it is corrupt, sinister and dangerous. It is corrupt because it is based on lies and deceit and has as its real objective money and power for Mr. Hubbard, his wife and those close to him at the top. It is sinister because it indulges in infamous practices both to its adherents who do not toe the line unquestioningly and to those outside who criticise or oppose it. It is dangerous because it is out to capture people, especially children and impressionable young people, and indoctrinate and brainwash them so that they become the unquestioning captives and tools of the cult, withdrawn from ordinary thought, living and relationships with others.
And here’s Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Paul G. Breckenridge, Jr. in Scientology v. Armstrong, 1984:
In addition to violating and abusing its own members’ civil rights, the organization over the years with its “Fair Game” doctrine has harassed and abused those persons not in the Church whom it perceives as enemies. The organization clearly is schizophrenic and paranoid, and the bizarre combination seems to be a reflection of its founder, L. Ron Hubbard. The evidence portrays a man who has been virtually a pathological liar when it comes to his history, background, and achievements. The writings and documents in evidence additionally reflect his egoism, greed, avarice, lust for power, and vindictiveness and aggressiveness against persons perceived by him to be disloyal or hostile. At the same time it appears that he is charismatic and highly capable of motivating, organizing, controlling, manipulating, and inspiring his adherents. He has been referred to during this trial as a “genius,” a “revered person,” a man who was “viewed by his followers with awe.” Obviously, he is and has been a very complex person, and that complexity is further reflected in his alter ego, the Church of Scientology.
What these jurists were looking at and describing were aspects of Scientology and Scientologists’ satanicity. They were not looking at Scientology as Satanism or Scientologists as Satanists.
Scientologists should all be given the real opportunity to know what they are being, doing and having in relation to their Creator and His children. Scientologists should know whose purposes, spiritually or otherwise, they are serving. It is satanic to try to prevent them, or any other Satanic Luciferians, or anyone else, from receiving and realizing that knowledge.
There are many Scientologists who do not know they are Satanic Luciferians in a Satanic Luciferian cult, or that they are Luciferians at all. Some Scientologists might be so taken over by satanic influence that they do not know when they are lying. They might not even know this when they tell, or agree to, flagrant whoppers like “Scientology works,” or “the whole agonized future of this planet, every man, woman and child on it, and your own destiny for the next endless trillions of years depend on what you do here and now with and in Scientology.” Scientologists, and everyone else, should make their own choices, but they should also know what on earth they are getting into or giving their lives to.
In the 2007 publication of Fundamentals of Thought, Miscavige removed Hubbard’s “careful observation,” and law, that “Scientology does not intrude into the Dynamic of the Supreme Being.”
THE EIGHTH DYNAMIC — is the urge toward existence as infinity. This is also identified as the Supreme Being. This is called the Eighth Dynamic because the symbol of infinity, ∞, stood upright makes the numeral 8. This can be called the Infinity or God Dynamic.
Miscavige’s purpose for removal of this crucial sentence from basic scripture, which Hubbard’s scripture actually prohibits, is clear. Miscavige is trying to hide what he can of his cult’s Luciferianism, which is having light brought to it. All such cloaking he does, and has his underlings do, of their intentions, operations and nature, of course, confirms their being satanic. All his cloaking, moreover, does not make his cult any less Luciferian. He has not released the Scientologists he controls to intrude upon God, to find and realize or know Him, or even want to. He could.