The Last Time Scientology was indicted (in the USA), nobody in Germany even noticed, except for a man named Ingo Heinemann. He wrote a book, which is still amazingly up-to-date when it comes to dealing with...
and its Cover CompaniesDIANETIC COLLEGE COLLEGE FOR APPLIED PHILOSOPHY COMMUNICATION CENTER NARCONON ABLE CITIZENS COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS And many others...
Information on the largest of the new sects
Publisher: ABI - Aktion Bildungsinformation e.V., Stuttgart 1979
Author: Ingo Heinemann
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This is a personal translation with permission from the author. It is not for commercial use. This book is now in 10 files, at a total of 357k. You can point and click on the two pictures in the Forward to download and save. They are another 60k.
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This booklet was originally published in the German language under the title: "Die Scientology-Sekte und ihre Tarnorganisationen". The original page numbers have been retained in this translation.
Table of Contents
Chapter Title Page File Size Forward I: For Scientology Adherents 3 (9k)
plus 2 pictures
about 30k apiece
Forward II: For other Readers 3 Forward III: About this booklet 4 1. The Founder of the Sect and his Finances 7 (35k) 2. Scientific Hocus-Pocus 14 3. The Scientologist Bosses 20 (45k) 4. Organizational Principles 25 5. Danger for Democracy 37 (63k) 6. Religious Freedom vs. Freedom of Speech 45 7. The E-Meter: The magic Box 52 8. Health and Immortality 62 (50k) 9. Advertisement and Propaganda 69 10. The Usurious Rates of the Sect 72 11. New Courses - New Steps 82 (56k) 12. The Cover Companies 87 13. Reports of former Scientologists 105 (66k) Index - List of key words - subsequently added (1998) (13k)
The German language original of this report was found at
Date completed: December 25, 1998. This translation originated from http://cisar.org.
Appreciation is hereby expressed to Ingo Heinemann for his kind permission.
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