The Road to Freedom is a 1986 record album by L. Ron Hubbard & Friends. Artists that worked on the album include John Travolta, Chick Corea, Leif Garrett, Frank Stallone, and Karen Black. The album was produced by the Church of Scientology and their recording studio Golden Era Productions. The Church of Scientology says the album achieved its gold record within four months of its release.
More about the hope of man. This work does not represent a revolt. It doesn’t even vaguely represent a desire for the demise of any of these things. All it represents is the hope that Man again can find his own feet, can find himself in a very confused, mechanistic society and can recover to himself some of the happiness, some of the sincerity and some of the love and kindness with which he was created. Such was the backdrop of L. Ron Hubbard’s 25-year quest to solve the riddle of Man. Applying the tools and methodology of twentieth-century science to the accumulated knowledge from thousands of years of religious teachings, he sought an understanding of exactly who and what Man is. Then, in 1952, he arrived at a historic discovery.
A lecture given by L. Ron Hubbard on the 3rd of June 1955. Printed in the United States of America. A Scientology publication. All it represents is the hope that managain can find his own feet, can find himself in a very confused, mechanistic society, and can recover to himself some of the happiness, some of the sincerity and some of the love and kindness with which he was created. Black DVD Keep Case with enclosed 36 page booklet that includes the full lecture transcript and glossary.
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Looking for some excitement, Winchester Remington Smith, barker for the. 22-caliber rifle shooting gallery on the circus midway, decides to leave carnival life behind and join the Marines. As a young man, Hubbard visited Manchuria, where his closest friend headed up British intelligence in northern China. Wrongfully imprisoned on Devil's Island, Captain Spar dreams of killing the one man who contrived his capture on that island hell. When he daringly escapes from the penal colony, Spar lands on the island of Martinique, hot on the trail of his nemesis.
Every other word that came out of his mouth was a half-truth or a hoax, especially when it came to his own life. According to Hubbard, he was the youngest Eagle Scout in history and spent a lot of his childhood working as a cowboy on his family's gigantic ranch in Montana.
Lafayette Ronald Hubbard (13 March 1911 – 24 January 1986) was an American science fiction author. He developed Dianetics and founded Scientology. He was the father of Ron DeWolfe. Living is a pretty grim joke, but a joke just the same. The entire function of man is to survive. The outermost limit of endeavour is creative work. Anything less is too close to simple survival until death happens along
So, no, L. Ron Hubbard is not an easy man to categorize and certainly does not fit popular misconceptions of religious founder as an aloof and contemplative figure. Yet the more one comes to know this man and his achievements, the more one comes to realize he was precisely the sort of person to have brought us Scientology-the only major religion to have been founded in the twentieth century. Likewise Mr. Hubbard’s internationally acclaimed educational methods are utilized by educators from every academic quarter, while his equally acclaimed drug rehabilitation program routinely proves doubly and even triply more effective than any similarly aimed program. Yet however impressive these facts of his life, no measure of the man is replete without some appreciation of what became his life’s work: Dianetics and Scientology.