Scientology: Quackery or a Way to Know the Ultimate? - 1977-07-09

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F43.png Scientology: Quackery or a Way to Know the Ultimate? July 9, 1977, Cynthia Gorney, Washington Post

The mind is a storehouse and network of mental image pictures (facsimiles) used as a tool for computation and evaluation by the spirit or Thetan . . .

An engram is a mental image picture or facsimile (copy) of a past incident containing pain and unconsciousness . . .

"By pastoral counseling techniques, the basic engram-impediments are removed from the spirit. The earliest of these engrams were recorded by the spirit at the very inception of its material existence, some trillions of years in the past . . .

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{{cite news | author = Cynthia Gorney | title = Scientology: Quackery or a Way to Know the Ultimate? | url = https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/politics/1977/07/09/scientology-quackery-or-a-way-to-know-the-ultimate/a6041f3f-9917-4a5f-9210-699911d342fe/ | work = Washington Post | date = July 9, 1977 | accessdate = February 17, 2017 }}