Got a war wound? Scientology can help you with that, and more in our social media review - 2016-03-20

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F347.png Got a war wound? Scientology can help you with that, and more in our social media review March 20, 2016, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

Time again for Rod Keller's Scientology Social Media Review! Rod goes way back, having kept a meticulous eye on the church since 1992. He's well known for his indispensable "ARS Week in Review," which ran for nine years when ARS — the Usenet newsgroup alt.religion.scientology — was the most important daily source for Scientology news. More recently, Rod has made a specialty of hunting down the odd and wonderful things Scientologists post to social media. Rod is a chronicler who piece by piece builds a highly detailed assessment of what Scientology is doing around the world, and this is what he found for us this week…

Photos were made available this week of Valerii Kokura and Scientology Volunteer Ministers from the Kiev, Ukraine mission's visit to the Main Military Hospital in December. They visted soldiers wounded in the war against Russian separatists and delivered Scientology Touch Assists to the patients.

The First Baltic Hubbard College of Administration in Riga, Latvia celebrated its 5th Anniversary this week. The event featured the demonstration of a rarely seen E-meter, the "Learning Machine." The meter is used in WISE and some Applied Scholastics schools to assist the process of "word clearing," the Scientology practice of defining all words in order to fully understand study materials. A similar model was once auctioned on eBay, and details were posted to the Operation Clambake website.


{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = Got a war wound? Scientology can help you with that, and more in our social media review | url = https://tonyortega.org/2016/03/20/got-a-war-wound-scientology-can-help-you-with-that-and-more-in-our-social-media-review/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = March 20, 2016 | accessdate = August 21, 2017 }}