L. Ron Hubbard describes infiltrating a veterans' hospital in a lecture only for Scientologists - 2014-05-17
Our source has really come through for us this week with one of the best "quote videos" that we've seen so far. This is another clip that you aren't supposed to see until you're actually a member of Scientology, and after viewing it we can certainly see why.
This is L. Ron Hubbard at his best, spinning a series of tall tales about how, while he was a patient at Oak Knoll Naval Hospital in 1947 for his war "wounds" (an ulcer and conjunctivitis), he infiltrated the hospital's medical library and then showed up the scientists there with his amazing discoveries about the thinkingness of thought on the way to publishing Dianetics three years later.
He told this version of the tale in 1958 at what is now known as the London Clearing Congress, and Scientologists are encouraged to buy copies of the lectures at $125. Here's how Bridge Publications describes the package...