Scientology's greatest lecture of all: It's finally time we look closer at Xenu in all his glory - 2018-04-19
Over the last few months, we've made an occasional series out of bringing you Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard in his own words. On its new television network, Scientology itself has a program it calls "L. Ron Hubbard: In His Own Voice," but that's the safe stuff, Hubbard's recollections of his travels that helps to perpetuate his myths about himself.
Our series has been an attempt to bring you the unadulterated Hubbard, the space opera and superhuman claims that is meat and potatoes to Scientologists, who believe that they are creating a new species of human being with Hubbard's vast galactic wisdom.
We've brought you Hubbard on space aliens, on the true name of our society, on his days as a race car driver tens of thousands of years ago, his claims that we've all lived so many trillions of years we all have horrific crimes against children in our pasts, on religion (before Scientology was a 'church'), and on how to read people's minds and control them through lying, and more.