The following is the unedited introduction to my next book Scientology 101. It will be published when I make sufficient time to complete it.
Scientology vs. Scientologism
One idea I tried to introduce in the book What Is Wrong With Scientology? (Amazon books, 2012) was Scientology’s need for integration.
Integration is the act or process of integrating, defined by Webster’s as incorporating into a larger unit.
From the beginning of his forays into the mysteries of the human mind and spirit, the founder of Scientology L. Ron Hubbard wished his findings to be integrated into existing fields of study, including psychiatry, psychology, biology, education and the healing arts. His responses to having been so violently rejected in such established fields for the first fifteen years of his journeys were conflicted.
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