Tom Cruise's Scientology superpowers, No. 9: Mocking up an automobile out of thin air - 2021-08-19

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F347.png Tom Cruise's Scientology superpowers, No. 9: Mocking up an automobile out of thin air August 19, 2021, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

We've been counting down the Scientology superpowers that Tom Cruise can expect as an OT Scientologist and million-dollar donor.

And one of the superpowers that we see mentioned quite a lot in Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard's lectures is the ability to "mock up" solid objects from nothing more than the mind itself. And in particular, in a passage that really intrigued us, Hubbard claimed that with OT powers you could "mock up" a Cadillac that was even better than the original:

"You should have things which are motion sources in there. The level of truth of that universe ought to be good. You would BE faith in that universe; or your mock-ups, as far as faith is concerned, you would probably rely on a mock-up a heck of a lot quicker than you'd ever rely on a piece of MEST. I mean that seriously. You'd just rely on the mock-up. That's not bad; if you can create a Cadillac which can outrun Cadillacs, I think you'd depend upon your Cadillac. Get the idea? But if you were really up at the top of the mock-up curve, you've made a Cadillac, you would drive your Cadillac much in preference to a Cadillac. You get the idea? It sounds strange, it sounds peculiar, but if you were doing that, and you really set out to make a Cadillac, yours would be a better Cadillac, for you." — L. Ron Hubbard, December 11, 1952

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = Tom Cruise's Scientology superpowers, No. 9: Mocking up an automobile out of thin air | url = https://tonyortega.org/2021/08/19/tom-cruises-scientology-superpowers-no-9-mocking-up-an-automobile-out-of-thin-air/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = August 19, 2021 | accessdate = August 27, 2021 }}