More proof that L. Ron Hubbard really did want Scientologists to consider him the Antichrist - 2018-04-17

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F347.png More proof that L. Ron Hubbard really did want Scientologists to consider him the Antichrist April 17, 2018, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

Last night, we heard from our old friend Steve Hall after he read our interview with Justin Craig, who claims to be the returned L. Ron Hubbard. During our interview, Craig/LRH denied that the infamous "Original OT 8" materials were genuine.

Several years ago we came to the opposite conclusion, that the notorious document, which was used briefly by the Church of Scientology in 1988 before being abandoned, was actually intended by Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard to be a shocking revelation to his followers that he considered himself the Antichrist. The church has called the document a hoax. But was it? Hall sent us this stunning account of how he ran into that document while he was working at Scientology's secretive Int Base near Hemet, California — and that he also witnessed another contested work by Hubbard, the "Affirmations." We knew you'd want to see his recollections!

Tony, I read your post about the new LRH criminal/con man hoping to pick up where the original LRH criminal/con man left off. Oh boy.

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