Avatar draws on wide sources to provide path to self-fulfillment - 2000-12-31

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F15.png Avatar draws on wide sources to provide path to self-fulfillment December 31, 2000, Tim Grant, St. Petersburg Times

What is Avatar?

It is the brainchild of Harry Palmer, a former Scientologist who developed the course for people who desire a less expensive and shorter path to self-enlightenment than is offered by the Church of Scientology.

Scientology, founded by the late science fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard, seeks to help people improve their lives through a counseling process called "auditing" which seeks to free people from past negative experiences. It has thousands of adherents worldwide, and a spiritual headquarters in Clearwater. Critics call it a cult, but members insist it is a bona fide religion.

In an interview from his Orlando-area home that serves as Avatar's worldwide headquarters, Palmer said 55,000 people in 65 countries have gone through the program since 1988.

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