Snoreville Ledenrocker

Snoreville Ledenrocker
New Jersey, USA
May 09
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JANUARY 16, 2012 6:09AM

The Church of Lientology

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Lafayette Ronald Hubbard was born on March 13, 1911, in Tilden, Nebraska.[7] He was the only child of Harry Ross Hubbard, a former United States Navy sailor, and Ledora May (née Waterbury), who had originally trained as a teacher.[8][9] After moving to Kalispell, Montana, the family settled in 1913 in the city of Helena.[9] Hubbard's father re-enlisted in the Navy in April 1917, while his mother Ledora May worked as a clerk for the state government.[10]

Biographical accounts published by the Church of Scientology describe Hubbard as "a child prodigy of sorts" who rode a horse before he could walk and was able to read and write by the age of four.[11] A Scientology profile says that he was brought up on his grandfather's "large cattle ranch in Montana"[12] where he spent his days "riding, breaking broncos, hunting coyote and taking his first steps as an explorer".[13] His grandfather is described as a "wealthy Western cattleman" from whom Hubbard "inherited his fortune and family interests in America, Southern Africa, etc."[14] Scientology claims that Hubbard became a "blood brother" of the Native American Blackfeet tribe at the age of six through his friendship with a Blackfeet medicine man.[9][15]

Exterior view of a large building
Queen Anne High School, Seattle, which L Ron Hubbard attended in 1926–27

Contemporary records state that his grandfather, Lafe Waterbury, was a veterinarian, not a rancher, and was not wealthy. Hubbard was raised in a townhouse in the center of Helena.[16] According to his aunt, his family did not own a ranch but had one cow and four or five horses on a few acres of land outside Helena.[13] Hubbard lived over a hundred miles from the Blackfeet reservation. The tribe did not practice blood brotherhood and no evidence has been found that he had ever been a Blackfeet blood brother....

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Damn him and his lies!! I almost bought a cow once, it was too skinny so I didn't!!

And I didn't live in Helena, too many politicians, being the state Capital and all!! ~nodding~

I hate politicians!! But not you George, you weren't a politick, you're like Uncle or something!! PArt of the family!! ~hug~

I was once told this story, over many a cold brew, by a man who claimed to have known Hubbard in his years as a beginner SciFi writer.

It seems that Hubbard, having successfully sold a few of his SciFi novels (He writes SciFi very well) was attending a SciFi writers convention and was seated at a table with a number of quite successful writers of the genre.
At one point he was japed about his "success" and entry into the "big money" field of SciFi writing. He responded by saying something on the order of, "Hah! If I wanted to make a lot of money, I wouldn't write SciFi, I start a religion."
The talk around the table grew quite heated and ended with Hubbard and another writer betting $5000 that Hubbard couldn't start a religion.
Hubbard had written the outline of a philosophy of life which he intended to use as a backdrop for a series of SciFi novels about a society which lived that way. Because of the bet, he re-wrote his original concept into his famous book, "Dyanetics," and founded Scientology. His real genius was in organizing, growing and spreading his quasi-religion.

Whether or not you agree with his philosophy, no one can deny that he definitely won the argument he had with his fellow writer - Hubbard is a multi-billionaire.
Not surprising but interesting. The church of Lieentology boasts much more memebers than Scientology.
So many of those I dances with wolves and indian stories turn out to be false. hmmm.
Just out of curiosity, George, did your Daddy pay him for the stuff he wrote on brainwashing for the CIA? Or did they steal it?