Re: I am a scientologist
Let me dispel some myths. Scientologists go to doctors all the time. We take prescribed medical drugs such as heart medicines, antibiotics, and other drugs. We do not take mind altering grugs since they interfere with recalling past life incidents . . . I would be happy to answer any of your questions.
Sounds pretty bizaare:
Hubbard argued that science fiction was actually (unconsciously) based on vague recollections of real past lives that could be uncovered through Scientology auditing. . . .
He also gave details of various alien civilizations, their roles and their histories – most of which seem to have involved the mass brainwashing of thetans with "implants" (false memories). . . .
According to Hubbard, the Marcab Confederacy is one of the most powerful galactic civilizations still active. . . .
The capital of the Confederacy is said to be "one of the tail stars of the Big Dipper", probably Alkaid, a star 108 light years distant from Earth. The Marcabians used to rule Earth at some point in the past but lost control of it due to "losses in war and other things".
The Marcabians had an oppressive political system – "if [a person] was considered to be in contempt of court or anything like that, [he was] simply fried since there was a curtain of radioactive material which went clear across the front of the bench anywhere that a witness or anybody would stand, and so on." . . .
Marcabians liked to race motor cars on tracks booby-trapped with atom bombs . . . .
The tracks were deliberately designed to be as dangerous as possible, with "a mountain that you went up to the top of and fell off", and death was commonplace. This, however, was not a problem, as Marcabian medicine was so good that nobody ever died permanently.