Mary Sue Hubbard


This is tape recording #6810C03 SO (Sea Org) Class VIII 10, 1968. L.Ron Hubbard: This is the 3rd of October, Class VIII auditors course, lecture #10 on OT(Operating Thetan) III. You don't run this on people below that level, you'd kill'em. Incident 2, this is known as R6, which is of course 74 plus plus plus million years ago, almost 75. For this confederacy and the twenty-one adjacent stars and it's seventy six planets people at that particular time and space were walking around in clothes which looked very remarkably like the clothes they wear this very minute, and the cars they drove looked exactly the same and the trains they ran looked the same, and the boats they had looked the same. And they walked down streets that looked like these streets, and lived in houses that looked like these houses, and so on. Circa 1950, 1960. This civilization has simply copied R6 one hundred percent because they were told to. And they had elected a fellow by the name of Xenu to the supreme ruler. And they were about to unelect him. He took these last moments to really upset it. He of course had several key birds who were close to him. He was a suppressive to end all suppressives. He got these administrators and so on and heads of planets in various positions and places. This is one of the big ideas they had, that they just did all this, then they'd get rid of all overpopulation. These planets averaged 178 billion human beings per planet. He picked off all the cowboys in the white hat, and he got rid of them first fast, and then troops, not knowing what the hell they were doing, but fed all kinds of false orders, were fed in against the population to pick them up, one after the other, rat-atat-tat-atat-tat-atat-tat. So in they went, and the troops started slaughtering them, and the trick was to shoot somebody, disable somebody, very often a needle into a lung, and at the same time to hit him with frozen alcohol and glycol, which preparation is guaranteed to pick up a thetan. All they had to do was pick him up and put him into a refrigerator, and they had him boy. Because if he tried to exteriorize from the body, there he was frozen. And they threw them into collection points. Boxed them up in boxes, threw them into space planes which are the exact copies - DC8's, the DC8 aeroplane is the exact copy of the space plane of that day. No difference. Except the DC8 had fans, propellers on it and the space plane didn't. And they threw them into refrigerated units. And so on. The length of time from the planet Coltus to the planet Teegeeack, which is the name of this planet, was nine weeks, and you'll see that it's many light years. Coltus is one of the planets, and is to this day one of the planets of the North Star. Polaris. And people were ferried in here by the billions and the billions and the billions and they were ferried in here with boxes. And they were put in boxes and stacked around. And the people who were on this planet already just caught it in the teeth. They weren't bothered .. nobody bothered to pick them up. They just shot their administrators from guns, and shot their control points out and they took these people in boxes and so forth and they dumped them and then they set off hydrogen bombs on the top of each primary volcano there is on this particular planet and when they blew up it blew the thetans into the air and after the bomb an electronic ribbon, which also was a type of standing wave was erected over the area. The tremendous winds of the planet blew every thetan there was straight into those particular vacuum zones which had been created. These were brought down, packed up, and put in front of projection machines which with sound and color pictures first gave them the implant which you know as Clearing Course and then a whole track implanted which you know as OT II. After this, however, up about a .. the remainder of the thirty six days, which is the bulk of them is taken up with a 3-D, super colossal motion picture, which has to do with God, the devil, space opera, etcetera, they go five pictures to five words, and we have the full record of what it is. Every man is then shown to have been crucified, so don't think that it's an accident that this crucifixion .. they found out that this applied. Somebody, somewhere on this planet, back about 600 BC, found some pieces of R6. And I don't know how they found it, either by watching mad men or something but since that time they have used it and it became what is known as Christianity. The man on the cross. There was no Christ but the man on the cross is shown as every man so of course each person seeing a crucified man has an immediate feeling of sympathy for this man. So is the psychiatrist shown crucified, although the psychiatrist is a dominant character and that's how he gets away with what he gets away with. He electric shocks people. The entirety of Roman Catholicism, the devil, all this sort of thing, that is all part of R6. It goes on for about thirty six days and then these poor bastards were let wander out .. pardon me .. they were then boxed up again and the boxes were mixed so that .. there were two assembly areas, one was Las Palmas and the other was Hawaii.. so as to get people very confused as to what was the true cause of the entire thing. After they were packaged up they were blown off into space and let 'em go to hell. About, well relatively, almost modern times .. at least twenty million years ago, something like that, somebody started up a body line on the planet. It's gradually worked through various areas of barbarism and once more R6 tailor made it to be nothing but a cave man civilization. But nevertheless they moved up the line and they moved up towards the dramatization of R6, and that is what man calls progress. When they get cold it restimulates frozen alcohol and glycol as a mix and therefore they get into a dramatization. The body thetan trying to make him sick, or something like that. So the sickness is very closely tied in with R6. Quite in addition to that one of the volcanoes Japan on its explosion gave a certain definite implant that tells people when and how to be sick. They're supposed to be sick at five they're supposed to be sick at ten, they're supposed to be sick and so on. Up to fifty the change of life that men get and women get and so on. It's all dictated in this sickness implant. People are supposed to get sick. An assist is done on the sick PC (Pre Clear) And you never do a touch assist when you can do a contact assist. If you are auditing him with a meter you audit him on exact standard tech. It isn't a peculiar brand of tech which enters in. There is no case that standard tech doesn't solve. You understand? You don't arbitrarily audit something without finding out what it is. You're assessing. And you ask him what he thinks it is. And he normally will tell you, “I don't know.” so you have got to suggest it. It has to be gently done and the control of the session has to be very good. He's most likely to be the victim of a cluster. That's peculiar to all the thetans of the universe. They all got that, so of course it makes them tend to cluster around these incidents. Body thetans. Engrams. You got the idea. People very grossly underestimate the number of body thetans there are to run. The body that doesn't have any body thetans, is like trying to tell me that cows exist on the planet who have no heads. The fate of the R6er .. you will have many a PC who will say to you Oh, my God, they're after me. Well ... Sure fixed up an area. They fixed up an implant that there .. people are taught carefully that any man who tries to save the world must be killed. He must be mobbed and hanged. Any man who tries to save the world. So I of course, shifted our valence over to a more optimum R6 valence. The whole population of the planet responds like a clock to R6 symbols. They respond to nothing else. They do not respond to reason. They only respond to R6 symbols. So you occupy the wrong symbol and people begin to think of you as a person who is going to save the planet, then one and all are more or less under orders to slaughter you. Well, they booby trapped it. They booby trapped it very badly. Whenever, then, anybody tries to do anything about this he is apt to get a flashback. So you mustn't go around talking about being the people who are going to save the planet. You are the people the planet obeys. You are the people who own the planet. You are not the people who are going to save the planet. And, thereby, you will save it.

Chronology of Publications on Scientology (Show All)

1934
Scientologie Anastasius Nordenholz, ISBN 3-9804724-0-X
1950
A Cure for All Ills Milton R. Sapirstein, The Nation, August 5, page 130
Article Dr. Fredric Wertheim, Publisher's Weekly, June 17, page 26-27
DMSMH book review Charles E. Bures, California Institute of Technology
DMSMH book review American Scientist, Autumn Issue Volume 38, October
DMSMH book review Individual Psychology Association of Chicago, Individual Psychology Bulletin, volumes 8-9, pages 38-39
DMSMH book review Robert E. Peck, The American Journal of Psychiatry, Vol. 107, No. 6, December 1, pages 477-478
Dianetics New York (State). Dept. of Mental Hygiene, Psychiatric quarterly, Volume 24, page 832, State Hospitals Press
The Dianetics Craze Martin Gumpert, The New Republic, August 14
Dianetics or the “poor man's psychoanalysis” Dr. Morris Fishbein, Postgraduate Medicine, September, pp. 242-243
Dianetics: Science or Hoax? Albert Q. Maisel, Look magazine, December 5, page 79
1951
A critique of the evolution of dianetics Parker Davis, Ph.D. Training School Bulletin, volumes 47-48, January, pages 220-229
A Doctor's Report on Dianetics: Theory and Therapy Joseph Augustus Winter, M.D. Julian Press, ISBN 0-517-56421-1
A New Cult: Dianetics Consumers Union of United States, Consumer reports, Volume 16, pages 378-381
Boiled Engrams: An Elegy to Dianetics Willard Beecher and Calder Willingham, American Mercury, August, pages 74-81
DMSMH book review Isaac Isidor Rabi, Scientific American, January
Dianetics Medical economics, volume 28, pages 87, 131-137
Editorial Frederick R Stearns, Clinical Medicine, March
From Science-fiction to Fiction-science Samuel Ichiye Hayakawa, Etc. vol. VIII, No. 4, Summer edition
Nonsensical Tomfoolery Samuel J. Ravitch, M.D. Journal of the American Medical Association, January 13
1952
Fads and Fallacies in the Name of Science Martin Gardner, Dover Publications, Chapter 22: "Dianetics", ISBN 0-486-20394-8
Remember Venus? Time magazine, December 22
1953
Dianetic Therapy: An Experimental Evaluation Harvey Jay Fischer
1954
Creative Image Therapy Volney G. Mathison
1955
New dimensions of deep analysis Jan Ehrenwald, Ayer Publishing, pages 237-239, ISBN 978-0-405-07027-3
1958
Scientology—with a Drop of Guk Melbourne Spy, Nation, December 6, page 14
1959
An Experimental Investigation of Hubbard's Engram Hypothesis (Dianetics) Jack Fox, Alvin E. Davis and B. Lebovit, Psychological Newsletter, 10 131-134
1962
The doctors' dilemmas Louis Lasagna, Harper, pages 235-236, ISBN 0836916697
1963
Australians Look Into Scientology; Ask If Preclear and Entheta Constitute Medical Fraud J. Anthony Lukas, New York Times, December 8
Letter to U.S. President John F. Kennedy Retired Naval Provost Sergeant, February 7
1964
Have You Ever Been A Boo-Hoo? James Phelan, Saturday Evening Post, March 21
L. Ron Hubbard: An opinion and a summing up Richard G. Sipes, Borderline, Volume 1 Number 2, October, pages 32-39
Scientology paid private detectives to investigate critics The Age, April 17
1965
Report of the Board of Inquiry into Scientology (PDF)Kevin Victor Anderson, Q.C., September 28
1966
Dianetics in Limbo Helen O'Brien, Whitmore, LCCN 66018682, OCLC 4797460
Sleep Deprivation: the Context of Consciousness Gary O. Morris M.D. and Margaret Thaler Singer Ph.D., Journal of Nervous & Mental Disease, Volume 143 Issue 4, October, pages 291-304
Unproven methods of cancer treatment: Hubbard E-Meter and hubbard electrometer American Cancer Society, CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians, Volume 16 Issue 5, October, pages 214-215
1967
Electric Devices To Be Destroyed A.M.A. News, July 24
“Ratbagology” is here Leslie Wilson, Sunday Telegraph, March 19, page 11
1968
A True-Life Nightmare Alan Levy, Life magazine, November 15, page 99
Cults: Meddling with Minds Time, August 23, page 40
Scientologists Lose Tax-Exempt Status A.M.A. News, September 2
Scientology - Menace to Mental Health Ralph Lee Smith, Today's Health, December
1969
The Commission of Inquiry into the Hubbard Scientology Organisation Dumbleton - Powles, June 30
The dangerous new cult of Scientology Arlene and Howard Eisenberg, Parents magazine, June 1, pages 48-49 and 82-86
Federal Income Tax Exemption Denied to The Founding Church of Scientology United States Court of Claims, July 16
The Odd Beginning of Ron Hubbard's Career Alexander Mitchell, The Sunday Times, October 5
Scientology: Religion or Racket? Joseph Martin Hopkins, Christianity Today, two part series, November 7 and 21
1970
Sectarian Healers and Hypnotherapy John A. Lee, chapter 4
Scientology can drive you out of your mind Jane Nellis, Confidential magazine, October 1
Scientology: the Now Religion George Malko, Delacorte, LCCN 73108660 ISBN 1-112-96373-1
1971
E-meter and Scientology/Dianetics literature: legal requirements (US) United States District Court for the District of Columbia, September 29
Enquiry into the Practice and Effects of Scientology (PDF)John Foster, December
The Mind Benders (PDF)Cyril Vosper, Spearman, ISBN 0854350616
The Scandal of Scientology (PDF)Paulette Cooper, Tower Publications, OCLC 921001
1972
Inside Scientology/Dianetics (PDF)Robert Kaufman, Olympia Press, ISBN 0700401105
1973
The Awful Truth About Scientology - The Realist, October 1
Believe What You Like: What happened between the Scientologists and the National Association for Mental Health C. H. Rolph, Andre Deutsch Limited, ISBN 023-396-3758
Cults of Unreason Dr. Christopher Evans, Harrap, ISBN 0245518703
Report of the Commission of Enquiry into Scientology G.P.C. Kotze
1974
Expensive Trip To Spirituality James E. Adams and Elaine Viets, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, five part series, March 3-7
Intra-departmental Report on Scientologists breaking in to the office of Nancy McLean's lawyer John B. Fallis, Metropolitan Toronto Police, May 7
Libraries Face Libel Threat Winnipeg Free Press, June 27
Outline For Recovery House Evaluation - Narconon New Life Forest S. Tennant, Jr., M.D., Dr.P.H., Jane Thomas, R.N., Mike Reilly, and Joseph Shannon, M.D., M.P.H. California State Department of Health, October 31 (Narconon NEWS Volume 6, Issue 3: “Bridge to the Bridge” cover image)
1975
Narconon - A Project Evaluation S. M. Blindman, Delaware Criminal Justice Planning Commision
Scientology: Therapeutic Cult to Religious Sect Roy Wallis, Sociology (British Sociological Association), vol. 9, no. 1, January 1, pages 89-100, doi: 10.1177/003803857500900105
1976
The Fuhrer Over est Jesse Kornbluth, New Times: Feature News Magazine, "Flirtation with Scientology", March 19, pages 29-52
The Road to Total Freedom: A Sociological Analysis of Scientology Roy Wallis, Heinemann Educational, ISBN 0435829165
1977
Agents Search Scientology Offices for U.S. Documents Timothy S. Robinson, Washington Post, July 9
Scientology: Parry and Thrust Time magazine, July 25
1978
Ali's Smile / Naked Scientology William S. Burroughs, Expanded Media Editions, ISBN 0388030119
Scientology Boss Gets Jail Term East Grinstead Courier, February 22
Scientologists' Matriarch Surrenders Ron Shaffer, Washington Post, August 18
Scientology: A long trail of controversy Robert Gillette and Robert Rawitch, Los Angeles Times, two part series, August 27-28
Scientology-linked Policeman Fired Jon Standefer, San Diego Union, January 26
1979
Coming Out of the Cults Margaret T. Singer Ph. D, Psychology Today, January
Findings of the accompanying state inspection of the activities of Narconon Wolfgang Heckmann
Salvation and Protest: Studies of Social and Religious Movements Roy Wallis, Palgrave Macmillan, July, ISBN 0312698348
Scientologists Convicted Calgary Albertan, October 28 (Stipulation of Evidence)
Scientologists Plotted to Frame a Critic as a Criminal, Files Show Gregory Gordon, The Boston Globe, November 24
Scientology: An in-depth profile of a new force in Clearwater Charles Stafford and Bette Orsini, St. Petersburg Times, fourteen part series, December 16-30
Scientology and its Cover Companies (Die Scientology-Sekte und ihre Tarnorganisationen) Ingo Heinemann
The stench bubble at the Nieuwezijds (De stankbel van de Nieuwezijds: contra Scientology) Gerrit Komrij, De Arbeiderspers ISBN 9029526971
1980
The Commodore and the Colonels John Forte, Corfu Tourist Publications & Enterprises, ISBN 1848970048
Cult harassment, spying in Canada documented John Marshall, Toronto Globe and Mail, two part series, January 23-24
The Future of Religion (PDF)William Sims Bainbridge and Rodney Stark, University of California Press, Chapter: "Scientology: To Be Perfectly Clear", ISBN 0520048547
Scientology: Anatomy of a Frightening Cult Eugene H. Methvin, Reader's Digest, May
Scientology's bizarre manual of dirty tricks David Beresford, The Guardian, three part series, February 7-9
Scientology's War Against Judges James B. Stewart, Jr. The American Lawyer, December
1981
Critical Analysis of the Purification Rundown David Hogg, M.D., October 8
Other People's Faiths: The Scientology Litigation and the Justiciability of Religious Fraud Marjorie Heins, Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly, 9:153, September-November
Preliminary Report to the Clearwater City Commission re: The Power of a Municipality to Regulate Organizations Claiming Tax Exempt or Non-Profit Status Michael J. Flynn, Thomas G. Hoffman, Thomas Greene, William Sheridan, Paul Jenkins, Kevin Sullivan, Kevin Flynn, September 14
Science: Good, Bad, and Bogus Martin Gardner, Prometheus Books, ISBN 0879755733
Scientology: The Sickness Spreads Eugene H. Methvin, Reader's Digest, September
Sect courses resemble science fiction Richard Leiby, Clearwater Sun, Volume 68 Number 118, August 30
The Transcendental Engineers: The Fictional Origins of a Modern Religion Hugh A.D. Spencer, August
What the Cults Believe Irvine Robertson, Moody Press, 3rd edition (1st edition in 1966), pages 124-131, ISBN 0802494110
1982
City of Clearwater Commission Hearing: The Church of Scientology Transcript
Information Disease: Have Cults Created a New Mental Illness? Flo Conway and Jim Siegelman Science Digest, January, pages 86-92
Scientology and its ‘clear’ business Dr Nikos Passas Ph.D. Assistant Professor and Manuel Escamilla Castillo Ph.D. Behavioral Sciences & the Law, Volume 10, Issue 1, pages 103–116, Winter, DOI: 10.1002/bsl.2370100110
Scientology - Magic of the 20th century (Magie des 20. Jahrhunderts) Friedrich-Wilhelm Haack, Claudius, ISBN 3532620030
1983
Ministry of Fear: Scandal Rocks Scientology as the Founder's Wife Goes to Prison and His Son Turns Prosecution Witness John Saar, People Weekly Vol. 19, No. 3, January 24, page 84
Psychology's Occult Doubles: Psychology and the Problem of quackery Thomas Hardy Leahy and Grace Evans, Burnham Inc Pub, ISBN 0882297171
Reconnection magazine (30 issues) Jon Atack
1984
The O.J. Roos Story Otto J. Roos, September 7
The Organization Called Scientology Lt. Ray Emmons, December
Report of the “sects” Subcommittee of the permanent House Committee on Public Health (Rapport van de subcommissie sekten van de vaste Tweede Kamer Commissie voor de volksgezondheid), pages 120-160
Scientology Chief got Millions Robert Lindsey, New York Times, July 11
Sinking the Master Mariner John Barnes, Sunday Times Magazine, October 28
Wonder’s Child: My Life in Science Fiction Jack Williamson, Bluejay Books, ISBN 0312944543
1985
Cult Controversies: the societal response to new religious movements James A. Beckford, CUP Archive, ISBN 0422796301
The Sad Tale of Scientology Eric Townsend, Anima Pub, ISBN 0951047108
Scientology on trial: Why a Portland jury awarded $39 million in damages against one of the world's most profitable cults Bill Driver, Willamette Week, May 30
The selling of Scientology // Hubbard's motivations revealed in correspondence Fred Leeson, The Oregonian, multi-part series, March-May
1986
The prophet and profits of Scientology Richard Behar, Forbes 400, October 27
Religion Inc. The Church of Scientology Stewart Lamont, Harrap, ISBN 024-554-3341
Scientology ‘ethics’: Deviance, identity, and social control in a cult-like social world Roger Straus, Symbolic Interaction, May 1, 9(1), pages 67–82, DOI: 10.1525/si.1986.9.1.67
1987
Bare-Faced Messiah: The True Story of L. Ron Hubbard (PDF)Russell Miller, M. Joseph, ISBN 0-8050-0654-0
L. Ron Hubbard: Messiah or Madman (PDF)Bent Corydon, Barricade Books (Revised edition 1992, ISBN 0-942637-57-7)
Renunciation and reformulation: a study of conversion in an American sect Harriet Whitehead, Cornell University Press, ISBN 0801418496
Trying to Bend Managers' Minds: WISE and Sterling Management Jeremy Main, Fortune, November 23
1988
Dozens of groups operate under auspices of Church of Scientology Stephen Koff, St. Petersburg Times, five part series, December 22-24 (Front Group directive 16/04/1987, 12/06/1983)
Spain jails Scientology leader The Sacramento Bee, November 24 (Scientologist caught spying on judge February 16, 1989)
1989
Hubbard's Ladder Tom Joyce, Gnosis No. 12, Summer
Litigating Child Custody with Religious Cults Ford Greene, Cultic Studies Journal, Vol. 6 No. 1
My Nine Lives in Scientology (Mes neuf vies dans la Scientologie) Monica Pignotti
1990
A Piece of Blue Sky: Scientology, Dianetics and L. Ron Hubbard Exposed (PDF)Jon Atack, Carol Publishing Group, ISBN 0-8184-0499-X
A Tale of Capture and Brainwashing Richard Weizel, Akron Beacon Journal, January 21
Prof's libel victory over LSD claims by CCHR Northern Echo, June 22
Psychotherapy cults Margaret T. Singer, Maurice K. Temerlin and Michael D. Langone, Cultic Studies Journal, Vol 7 No. 2, pages 101-125
The Scientology Story (PDF)Joel Sappell and Robert W. Welkos, Los Angeles Times, six part series, June 24-29 (follow-up in 2012)
1991
Dianetics: From Out of the Blue? Jeff Jacobsen, The Arizona Skeptic, vol. 5 no. 2, September/October, pages 1-5
Findings of Fact regarding the Narconon-Chilocco Application for Certification Oklahoma Board of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, December 13
International Society Control by the Church of Scientology Dr. Stephen A. Kent, Society for the Scientific Study of Religion, November (revised November 13, 2001)
Lonesome Squirrel Steven Fishman
The Road to Xenu: Life Inside Scientology (PDF)Margery Wakefield, Lulu, ISBN 0557090407
Scientology: More than a Cult? From Crusade to Rip-Off Ulrich Kramer, VAP Publishers, ISBN 3922367267
The Secret World of Cults: inside the sects that take over lives Jean Ritchie, Angus & Robertson, April 11, page 96 ISBN 020716990X
Social Control in Scientology Bob Penny
The Thriving Cult of Greed and Power Richard Behar, Time magazine, May
Understanding Scientology Margery Wakefield
The Use of Mind Control in Scientology Monica Pignotti
What Christians Need to Know about Scientology Margery Wakefield
1992
Charisma, Crowd Psychology and Altered States of Consciousness Charles Lindholm, Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry, Vol.16 No.3, pages 287-310, September
Church of Scientology fined $250,000 for spying Edmonton Journal, September 12
Cults, Coercion, and Contumely Margaret T. Singer and Marsha E. Addis, Cultic Studies Journal, Vol. 9, No. 2, pages 163-189,
The Hubbard Is Bare Jeff Jacobsen
Mission by any means - the Scientology group to catch souls (Mission mit allen Mitteln - Der Scientology Konzern auf Seelenfang) Potthoff, Thiede, Schroeder, Abel and Westphal, Rowohlt, ISBN 349-919-3418
Scientology - Religion or Spiritual Magic? (Religion oder Geistesmagie?) Werner Thiede, F. Bahn, ISBN 3762177015
Scientology - The Handle for Power and Money (Der Griff nach Macht und Geld) Friederike Valentin and Horand Knaup, Herder, ISBN 345-104-109X
The Total Freedom Trap (PDF)Jon Atack
The Two Faces of Scientology William W. Horne, The American Lawyer, July/August
1993
Catch a Rising Star John H. Richardson, Premiere, September, page 88
A Cult in the Heart of the Republic (Une secte au cœur de la République) Serge Faubert, Calmann-Lévy, ISBN 2702119476
A Dangerous Cult: Scientology (Une secte dangereuse: La Scientologie) Paul Ranc, Editions Contrastes, ISBN 2882110081
The Expensive Dream of the Superman (Der teure Traum vom Übermenschen) Silvia Redhead, Ralf-Dieter Mucha, Claudius, ISBN 3532621576
Outrageous Betrayal: The Dark Journey of Werner Erhard from est to Exile Steven Pressman, St. Martin's Press, ISBN 0312092962
Scientology from inside out Robert Vaughn Young, Quill, November-December, Volume 81, Number 9, pages 38-41
Scientology: From Science Fiction to Space-age Religion John Weldon, Christian Research Journal, Summer, page 20
Scientology, Labyrinth of Illusions (Irrgarten der Illusionen) Christoph Minhoff, Martina Müller, E. Wewel, ISBN 3879041970
Scientology: The Ruthless Religion Eric N. Winter, Cult Awareness News, July/August
1994
Books Critical of Scientology Stolen and Destroyed District of California Case # CV 91 6426 HLH (Tx), April 4
The Cult Group: Scientology is on the Rise (Der Sekten-Konzern: Scientology auf dem Vormarsch) Liane von Billerbeck, Frank Nordhausen and Bernd Abel, Links, ISBN 386-153-0716
Cult-think: Certainty vs. Reality Anonymous
Dangerous persuaders: an exposé of gurus, personal development courses and cults, and how they operate in Australia Louise Samways, Penguin, ISBN 0140235531
The Demons of Freedom Ken Rose, September 5
The Fable -- Hollywood, Satanism, Scientology & Suicide Jerry Staton, CreateSpace (2009), ISBN 144145084X
My Life as a Scientologist Agnes Hadley
The Prisoners of Saint Hill Tim Kelsey and Mike Ricks, The Independent, January 31
Scientology - I accuse! (Ich klage an!) Renate Hartwig, Heyne, ISBN 3453085213
Secrets Of Saint Hill Paul Bracchi, Evening Argus, eight part series, March 28-30, April 12, June 10 and 13 (follow-up in 2007)
1995
A Chronological View of L. Ron Hubbard and Scientology Kaj Moos, Seagull Productions, January 1, ISBN 8798378627
An Essay on Scientology David John Carter, November
Cults In Our Midst Margaret Thaler Singer and Janja Lalich, Ph.D, Jossey-Bass, ISBN 0787902667
Effects of the use of scientology's intellectual property upon a pluralistic society or portions of it in a liberal democratic constitutional state Dr. Hans-Gerd Jaschke, commission of the Ministry of the Interior of the Province of North Rhein-Westphalia, December
Never Believe A Hypnotist - An investigation of L. Ron Hubbard's statements about hypnosis and its relationship to his Dianetics Jon Atack
Report Made in the Name of the Board of Inquiry into Cults in France National Assembly, Tenth Legislature
Scientology gets caught in the Net Karin Spaink, De Groene Amsterdammer, October 4
Scientology Nightmare: a diary from Leipzig (Alptraum Scientology: ein Tagebuch aus Leipzig) Elke Nietsche, Wichern-Verlag, ISBN 3889810772
Scientology: Religion or Intelligence Agency? Jon Atack, October
Scientology - The Plot and the Cronies (Das Komplott und die Kumpane) Renate Hartwig, Metropolitan Verlag, ISBN 3896230492
Scientology - The Time Bomb in the Economy (Die Zeitbombe in der Wirtschaft) Renate Hartwig, Heyne Verlag, ISBN 3453090292
Scientology with(out) an End (und (k)ein Ende) Tom Voltz, Walter, ISBN 3530899801
Snapping: America's Epidemic of Sudden Personality Change Flo Conway and Jim Siegelman, Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, 2nd edition (1st edition June 1978, ISBN 0397012586)
1996
A Scientific Scrutiny of OT III Peter Forde, June
Inside Scientology. My experiences in the power apparatus of the “Church” (Meine Erfahrungen im Machtapparat der 'Church') Peter Vossmerbäumer, Universitas publishing house Munich, ISBN 3-8004-1333-7
L. Ron Hubbard, Scientology, Dianetics and Racism David John Carter
Making Law, Making Enemies Alison Frankel, The American Lawyer, March
Medical claims within Scientology's secret teachings Jeff Jacobsen
Scientologist Buys Bankrupt Cult-Fighting Organization Laurie Goodstein, Seattle Times, two part series, December 1
Scientology. Flew over a nest of Gurus (Scientologie. Vol au dessus d'un nid de gourous) José Lenzini, Plein, ISBN 287-764-5169
Scientology's Relationship with Eastern Religious Traditions Dr. Stephen A. Kent, Journal of Contemporary Religion, Vol. 11, No. 1, page 21
Testimony Margery Wakefield, December 21
1997
Appeal by the Church of Scientology against being convicted on two counts of breach of the public trust is rejected: infiltration of the offices of the Ontario Provincial Police and the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General Canadian Legal Information Institute, April 18, CanLII 16226 (ON CA), Docket: c13207; C13047
Bodies in Pawn: Clams, Marcabs and Galactic Invader Forces Chris Owen
Brainwashing in Scientology's Rehabilitation Project Force (RPF) Dr. Stephen A. Kent, November 7
Can L. Ron Hubbard's “study technology” make kids smarter? Sara Catania, LA Weekly, November 14
Case study of L. Ron Hubbard's education: The Delphi Academy in LA Steve Keller
Evaluation of Claims for “The Laundry Solution” P. Craig Taylor, Department of Physics, University of Utah, February 26
“Fair Game”: Leveling the Playing Field in Scientology Litigation J.P. Kumar, The Review of Litigation, Volume 16, pages 747-772
Helnwein and Scientology - Lies and Treason (Lüge und Verrat) Peter Reichelt, Brockmann und Reichelt, ISBN 3923801939
In the labyrinth of Scientology (Im Labyrinth der Scientology) Norbert Potthoff, Lübbe, ISBN 3404613929
Infiltration by Scientology: Protection Measures for Business (Unterwanderung durch Scientology: Schutzmassnahmen für Unternehmen) Roger Schenk, Bund der Selbständigen Baden-Württemberg, ISBN 3000017259
The Personality Test Chris Owen
Piercing the corporate veil: the true structure of Scientology Chris Owen
Scientology: A History of Terror and Abuse Craig Branch, The Watchman Expositor, Vol. 14 No. 5
Scientology: An Insider Tells All (ein Insider packt aus) Tom Voltz, Herder, ISBN 3451045729
Scientology Attacks (greift an) Gunther Träger und Ursula Caberta, ECON, ISBN 3430182492
The Scientology Comparative Theology Page Perry Scott, April 7
Scientology in Court: A Comparative Analysis Paul Horwitz, DePaul Law Review
Scientology's Puzzling Journey From Tax Rebel to Tax Exempt Douglas Frantz, New York Times, March 9
Scientology's Secret Service: the Hubbard Communications Office, Guardian Office and Office of Special Affairs Chris Owen
Scientology - The Cult of Power (Der Kult der Macht) Hansjörg Hemminger, Quell, ISBN 3791834908
Story of an Escape Nefertiti, October 12
Tutor Trap: How Scientology recruits the next generation Lisa Wurscher and Marion Paulsen, June 9
1998
The Art of Deception - How $cientology Appears to Work Arnie Lerma
Church of Scientology - A Religious Mafia? Craig Branch, The Watchman Expositor, Vol. 15 No. 1, January 1
Coercive Persuasion and Scientology Lawrence Wollersheim
Expert advice regarding Narconon's treatment program Prof. Folke Sjoqvist, Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare, June 2
Final Report of the Enquete Commission on “So-called Sects and Psychogroups” Bonner Universitäts-Buchdruckerei Die Deutsche Bibliothek - CIP-Einheitsaufnahme
Managing to Recruit: Religious Conversion in the Workplace Deana Hall, Sociology of Religion, Volume 59, Issue 4, pages 393-410, doi: 10.2307/3712124
Narconon: Drug reformers or Scientology front? Chris Owen
New Dimensions of Social Movement/Countermovement Interaction: The Case of Scientology and its Internet Critics Michael Peckham, Canadian Journal of Sociology, Vol.23 No.4, September, pages 317–347
Religious Sects and New Magic Movements Italian Parliament, February, pages 44-52
Scientology Fates: An Organization Becomes a Social Accident (Scientology Schicksale: eine Organisation wird zum sozialen Störfall) Norbert J. Potthoff, Bastei Lübbe, ISBN 3404604598
Scientology Unmasked Joseph Mallia, Jim MacLaughlin and Andrew Gully, Boston Herald, multi-part series, March 1-5, and March 19
Scientology versus the IRS Chris Owen
“Sects” or Assimilative Movements in Switzerland Report of the Business Review Commission of the National Assembly, July 1
1999
The Creation of “Religious” Scientology Dr. Stephen A. Kent, Religious Studies and Theology 18 No. 2 (December): pages 97-126
Decision of the Charity Commissioners for England and Wales "no established public benefit arising out of the practice of Scientology" Charity Commission, November 17
Doing Hard Time on Planet Earth Joe Cisar
Files destroyed in Scientology case Jon Henley, The Guardian, September 9
“Making God Swallow His Laughter” Scott Mayer
Picket Fencing Tony Ortega, Phoenix New Times, January 21
Pseudo-Buddhism in the form of Scientology Helle Meldgaard
Religious Pressure at Texas Vet Clinic Leads to $150,000 U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Settlement Employment Law Weekly, December 29 (Stephen Kent affidavit)
Ron the “War hero” Chris Owen
Scientology - A Look Behind the Scenes (Ein Blick hinter die Kulissen) Jana Jacobi, Butzon and Bercker, September 1, ISBN 3786783004
Scientology and Totalitarianism Laura Kay Fuller
Scientology: I Sought Light and Found Darkness (Ich suchte das Licht und fand die Dunkelheit) Jutta Elsässer, Droemer, ISBN 3426773759
Scientology — Is This A Religion? Stephen A. Kent, Marburg Journal of Religion, Volume 4 No. 1, July
Scientology's Revenge Ron Russell, New Times Los Angeles, September 9
Sex and Rockets: The Occult World of Jack Parsons John Carter, Feral House, pages 101-194, ISBN 0922915970
Sly and Tall Edgy Lurks Brian Ambry, International Viewpoints Magazine (‘Ivy’), Issue #42, May
Soul Snatchers: The Mechanics of Cults Jean-Marie Abgrall, Algora Publishing, ISBN 189294104X
The (Space)ship of Fools: The Secrets of Scientology (Bolondok (űr)hajója - a szcientológia titkai avagy : a Föld a Naprendszer elmegyógyintézete?) András Veér and László Erőss, Art Nouveau, ISBN 9630390760
2000
The Attention Fix Eldon M. Braun
Brained - The Raul Lopez Story Ron Russell, New Times Los Angeles, December 21
Brought into the fold: Influence and Persuasion in a Conversional Religious Setting (PDF)Daniel E. Martin, Skeptic, Vol. 8 No. 2, page 56, November 2
The Control Agenda: Control, Responsibility and Freedom in the Church of Scientology Chris Owen, November
Healing or Stealing? Medical Charlatans in the New Age Jean-Marie Abgrall, pages 193-4, Algora Publishing, ISBN 1892941511
Hungary in the Web of Scientology (Magyarország a szcientológia (pók)hálójában) András Veér and László Erőss, Art Nouveau, ISBN 9789630030359
Modus Operandi: Infiltration Thomas Lardeur, Paris Match, February 17
Scientology and the Paradoxes of Freedom Erik W. Snead
Toward a new model of “cult control” Robert Vaughn Young, February 21
Why Christians Object to Scientology Jody Veenker, Christianity Today, September 4
2001
A Critical Examination of the Goal of the Church of Scientology Cheryl Sola
Beware Scientologists Claiming To Be Mental Health Professionals National Mental Health Association, September 17
The Bog of Scientology: Documents and Conclusions (A szientológia mocsarában: dokumentumok és következtetések) András Veér and László Erőss, Art Nouveau, ISBN 9630065061
Brainwashing Manual Parallels in Scientology Brian Ambry
Framing Effects in the Coverage of Scientology versus Germany: Some Thoughts on the Role of Press and Scholars Brigitte Schön, Marburg Journal of Religion, Volume 6, No. 1, January
The French and German verses American debate over “new religions”, Scientology and human rights Stephen A. Kent, Marburg Journal of Religion, Volume 6, No. 1, January
From Slogans to Mantras: Social Protest and Religious Conversion in the Late Vietnam Era Stephen A. Kent, Syracuse University Press, October, ISBN 0815629486
How Experts View Scientology Hartley Patterson
Religious charities and the juridification of the Charity Commission Peter W. Edge and Joan M. Loughrey, Legal Studies, Volume 21, Issue 1, pages 36–64, March, DOI: 10.1111/j.1748-121X.2001.tb00166.x
Scientology and the Left Hand Path Caroline Letkeman
Scientology: Soul Hackers Caroline Letkeman
Sympathy For The Devil Tony Ortega, New Times Los Angeles, September 27
2002
Challenging Scientology with the Gospel of Jesus Christ Kurt Van Gorden
Death of a Scientologist Tori Marlan, Chicago Reader, August 15
Follow That Story: Eighty-Six Million Dimes Alan Prendergast, Denver Westword News, June 16 (Supplement by Tony Ortega in October)
Health and Legal Risks Associated with Scientology (Gesundheitliche und rechtliche Risiken bei Scientology) Heinrich Küfner, Norbert Nedopil and Heinz Schöch, Pabst, ISBN 3-936142-40-8
New Economy; A copyright dispute with the Church of Scientology is forcing Google to do some creative linking David F. Gallagher, New York Times, April 22
Scientology in the Mirror of the Law (im Spiegel des Rechts) Raik Werner, Fink, ISBN 3-7705-3781-5
Totalitarian sects: the threat of religious extremism Maria Cherkasova and Oksana Alexeeva, Kommersant-Daily, December 10
2003
Cults and Cosmic Consciousness: Religious Visions in the American 1960s Camille Paglia, Arion: A Journal of Humanities and Classics, vol. 10 no. 3, pages 57-111
Have Scientology stars, celebrities and regular members signed away their human rights? Rick Ross, Cult News Network, September 1
The Holy Synod of the Church of Greece Synodical Committee on Sects Ecclesia News, February 2
Kingdom of the Cults Walter Martin, pages 369-386, Bethany House Publishers, ISBN 0764228218
Major survey of Scientology: An outlawed sect (Grande Enquête sur la Scientologie: Une secte hors la loi) Arnaud Palisson, Favre, ISBN 2828907333
MPES - View from the end of Scientology's the bridge to total freedom Michael Pattinson
Psychobusiness Contra Scientology (Pszichobiznisz kontra szcientológia) Dr. László Erőss, ISBN 9638621486
Scientology - Religion or racket? (PDF)Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi, Marburg Journal of Religion, Volume 8, No. 1, September
Scientology's Study Technology - The Hidden Message in L. Ron Hubbard's “Study Tech” Dr. David S. Touretzky and Chris Owen, MBE, September 13
2004
Charisma and the Iron Cage: Rationalization, Science and Scientology Simon Locke, Social Compass, March, vol. 51 no. 1, pages 111-131, doi: 10.1177/0037768604040794
Church's drug program flunks S.F. test: Panel of experts finds Scientology's Narconon lectures outdated, inaccurate Nanette Asimov, San Francisco Chronicle, October 2, page B1 (letter)
Constitutional Protection Report Development of political extremism in 2004 Dr. Guenther Beckstein, State Minister, Bavarian State Ministry of the Interior
Deceived: one woman's stand against the Church of Scientology Bonnie Woods, David Waite, Bonnie Woods, ISBN 1903905214
Fair Game: Secrecy, Security and the Church of Scientology in Cold War America Hugh B. Urban, Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 74(2), 356–389
The Road to Truth: One Mans Journey from a Cult to Torah Jonathan Ottenstein
Scientific Evaluation of the Dangers Posed by Religious Groups: A Partial Model Stephen A. Kent, Cultic Studies Review, Volume 3 Number 2, pages 101-134
Scientology, the Cult of Total Espionage Gerry Armstrong, November 10
Scientology - an extremist religion: Comparison of dealing with a controversial organization in Germany and the U.S. (eine extremistische Religion : Vergleich der Auseinandersetzung mit einer umstrittenen Organisation in Deutschland und den USA ) Stefan Braun, Nomos, ISBN 3832907645
Scientology Understood (Scientologisch verstehen) Heidrun Beer, Verlag-Haus Monsenstein und Vannerdat, ISBN 3865820190
2005
Celebrities on the Bridge Michael Pattinson
The Church of Scientology from a Christian Perspective Karen Pressley, September 1
Education and Re-Education in Ideological Organizations and Their Implications for Children Stephen A. Kent, Cultic Studies Review, Volume 4 Number 2
Narconon Drug Abuse Prevention Program Evaluation Deborah Wood, Ph.D, California Healthy Kids Resource Center, January
Scientology: Freedoms in Conflict Pieter Blondeel, Ghent University, August 1
Scientology: Illusion and reality (Wahn und Wirklichkeit) Wilfried Handl, Mensch vs. Scientology, ISBN 3200003944
Scientology tests' purpose and validity are questioned (PDF)Mark Sommer, Buffalo News, four part series, February 1-2
Scientology's VM Fraud: The fiction in the yellow tent Richard Harriman, August 5
Scientology’s War on Psychiatry Katharine Mieszkowski, Salon, July 1
Stripping the Gurus Geoffrey D. Falk, Million Monkeys Press, Chapter 14: "Battlefield Teegeeack", ISBN 0973620331
Tom Cruise is dangerous and irresponsible Ushma S. Neill, The Journal of Clinical Investigation, Volume 115 Issue 8, August 1, DOI: 10.1172/JCI26200
2006
Inside Scientology Janet Reitman, Rolling Stone, February 24
Narconon Credibility Investigation Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, July 25
Scientology groups to pay back $3.5 million; They agree to return profits from a Ponzi scheme run by financial advisor Reed Slatkin E. Scott Reckard, Los Angeles Times, November 8
Tom's aliens target City's “planetary rulers” David Cohen, Evening Standard, October 23
What the Supreme Court Doesn’t Know Paula J. Caplan, CounterPunch, October 2
2007
Comment on the Narconon Purification as used for 9-11 Rescue Workers Edmund A.C. Crouch and Laura C. Green, Chemosphere, May 23, doi:10.1016/j.chemosphere.2007.05.098
The Complex: An Insider Exposes the Covert World of the Church of Scientology John Duignan, Merlin, ISBN 1903582849
Escaping Scientology: An Insider's True Story Karen Schless Pressley, New Hope, April 30, ISBN 1596690666
My years in Scientology (I miei anni in Scientology) Maria Pia Gardini and Alberto Laggia, Edizioni Paoline (Paoline Publications), ISBN 8831533169
Psychiatry and Psychology in the Writings of L. Ron Hubbard W. Vaughn McCall, Journal of Religion and Health, Volume 46, Number 3 / September, pages 437-447, ISSN 0022-4197 (published online 28 September 2006, ISSN 1573-6571)
St. Petersburg court shuts down Scientology Center Interfax, July 13 (Upheld November 21)
2008
A brief summary and evaluation of the evidence base for Narconon as drug prevention intervention Rigmor C. Berg Norwegian Knowledge Centre for the Health Services, September, ISBN 9788281212145
Behind Closed Doors: The Power and Influence of Secret Societies Michael Streeter, New Holland, pages 202-230, ISBN 1845379373
The Blackbook of Scientology (Schwarzbuch Scientology) Ursula Caberta, Goldmann, December 8, ISBN 9783442155460
Catholicism (Christianity), Scientology, and L. Ron Hubbard PhilVaz, June
Childhood in Scientology: Forbidden (Kindheit bei Scientology: Verboten) Ursula Caberta, Guetersloher Verlagshaus, April 21, ISBN 3579069810
Counterfeit Dreams Jeff Hawkins, Hawkeye Publishing (2010), ISBN 0615375642
Dart Smohen: The Real Story Neville Chamberlin and Alan C. Walter, December 3
Devoted to the Cult: An Orphan with Parents Sunny Pereira, December 15
Malignant Narcissism, L. Ron Hubbard, and Scientology's Policies of Narcissistic Rage Jodi M. Lane, M.A. and Stephen A. Kent, PhD, December 8
Scientology Abuses eBay's VeRO Program to Practice Religious, Price Discrimination Scott Pilutik, February 18
Scientology and the state: Narconon's influence in the prison system Drew Tewksbury, University of Southern California, May, ISBN 0549609377
Scientology. How the cult-corporation wants to conquer the world (Wie der Sektenkonzern die Welt erobern will) Frank Nordhausen, Links, September 1, ISBN 3861534703
Second Chance Center Preliminary Process Evaluation Study Paul Guerin, Ph.D., University of New Mexico Institute for Social Research, October
Undercover at the Scientology-Church Berlin Fredy Gareis, Stern, May 15
We Are Legion: Anonymous and the War on Scientology Jeff Jacobsen, December 20
2009
The apparatus: My years in Scientology. A field report (Der Apparat: Meine Jahre bei Scientology. Ein Erfahrungsbericht) Jeannette Schweitzer, Brunnen, February 10, ISBN 3765517097
Blown For Good: Behind the Iron Curtain of Scientology Marc Headley, BFG, ISBN 0982502206
Comments on “The Way to Happiness” John August, Philorum, September 2
The Courage to Speak Out - Stories of Ex-Scientologists (Il coraggio di parlare - storie di fuoriusciti da Scientology) Maria Pia Gardini and Alberto Laggia, Edizioni Paoline (Paoline Publications), ISBN 8831536893
The Miscavige Legal Statements: A Study in Perjury, Lies and Misdirection Larry Brennan
My Billion Year Contract Nancy Many, CNM Publishing, ISBN 0578039222
The Psychiatrist who cured the Scientologist Aaron David Gottfried, Pandora Press, May 10, ISBN 0981057209
Scientologists convicted of fraud in France Dorothee Moisan, Agence France-Presse, October 27 (judgement analysis, upheld in 2012 and 2013)
Surveillance in a New Religious Movement: Scientology as a Case Study Susan Raine, Religious Studies and Theology, Vol 28, No. 1, ISSN 0829-2922
The Truth Rundown Joe Childs and Thomas C. Tobin, St. Petersburg Times, multi-part series, June 21-23, August 1, November 1-3 and December 31
Violence and Abuse in Scientology Jonny Jacobsen, Infinite Complacency, March 16
Voyage to the Heart of Scientology (Voyage au coeur de la scientologie) Alain Stoffen, PRIVE, June 22, ISBN 2350760901
2010
Alternative therapy, Dianetics, and Scientology Terra Manca, Marburg Journal of Religion, Volume 15, ISSN 1612-2941
Creativity and Cults from Sociological and Communication Perspectives: The Processes Involved in the Birth of a Secret Creative Self Miriam Williams Boeri and Karen Pressley, Cultic Studies Review, Vol. 9, No. 1
Defectors Say Church of Scientology Hides Abuse Laurie Goodstein, New York Times, March 6
Health Insurance claim denied for Narconon “There does not appear to be a clear structured therapy process orientating the member to recovery resources.”, Asuris Northwest Health
Scientology - Abuse at the Top Amy Scobee, Scobee Publishing, May 9, ISBN 0692008012
Scientology: Anatomy of a Cult (Autopsie d'une secte d'État) Emmanuel Fansten, Robert Laffont, October 14, ISBN 2221114302
Scientology: Birth of an Empire (Geburt eines Imperiums) Linus Hauser, Schöningh, ISBN 3506770101
Scientology: Knowing What's Accurate (Wissen, was stimmt) Dirk Ritter-Dausend, Herder spektrum, September 7, ISBN 9783451062896
Scientology Raided in Italy, Stash of Personal Records on 'Enemies' Found Tony Ortega, The Village Voice May 21
The true face of Scientology: A documentary with more than 120 illustrations (Das wahre Gesicht von Scientology: Eine Dokumentation mit mehr als 120 Abbildungen) Wilfried Handl, Gesellschaft Gegen Dogmen U. Psych. Abhängigkeit, April 9, ISBN 3200009829
Understanding Scientology: The Demon Cult Margery Wakefield, lulu.com, February 24, ISBN 0557109264
2011
A Brief Guide to Secret Religions David V. Barrett, Running Press, June 28, pages 357-365 ISBN 0762441038
An Examination of the Phenomenon of Cults in Israel Ministry of Welfare and Social Services, State of Israel, March
An Object Relations Approach to Cult Membership David R. Perkins and Joseph D. Salande, American Journal of Psychotherapy, Volume 65 Number 4, pp. 381-391, November 1
The Apostate: Paul Haggis vs. the Church of Scientology Lawrence Wright, The New Yorker, February 14, page 84
The Blasphemers: About Scientology Operations (De hånfulla: om scientologirörelsen) Stefan Tunedal, CKM, ISBN 9170400997
The Church of Scientology: A History of a New Religion Hugh B. Urban, Princeton University Press, August 21, ISBN 069114608X
Cults in Italy (Occulto Italia) Giovanni Del Vecchio and Stefano Pitrelli, Biblioteca universale Rizzoli, March 10, ISBN 8817048275
The Decline of Scientology Stephen A. Kent, Jenaer Akademische Verlagsgeselleschaft, pages 113-146
Defectors - My 20 years in Scientology (AFHOPPEREN – Mine 20 år i Scientology) Robert Dam, Kristeligt Dagblad, September 28, ISBN 978-87-7467-085-8
Disaffiliation Among Scientologists - A Sociological Study of Post Apostasy Behaviour and Attitudes Elisabeth Tuxen Rubin, International Journal for the Study of New Religions, Volume 2 Number 2, December 31, ISSN 2041-952X
Finale Jesse Prince, April 27
The History of Credibility Attacks Against Former Cult Members Stephen Kent, European Federation of Centres of Research and Information on Sectarianism (FECRIS), April 17
Hubbard’s “Allied Scientists of the World” Scam Caroline Letkeman, March 14
Inside Scientology: The Story of America's Most Secretive Religion Janet Reitman, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, July 5, ISBN 0618883029
Inside Scientology's Rehab Racket Mark Ebner and Walter Armstrong, The Fix, March 27
Naked in the Spotlight: My Life of Sex, Singing and Scientology (Nackt im Rampenlicht: Mein Leben mit Sex, Singen und Scientology) Mark Janicello, Ibera; Auflage, April 4, ISBN 3850521001
Scientology-Religiosity? Anonymous, multi-volume series, October 22
The Top 25 People Crippling Scientology Tony Ortega, The Village Voice, multi-part series, August 5 - September 28
2012
A Queer and Pleasant Danger Kate Bornstein, Beacon Press, May 1, ISBN 0807001651
A war over mental health professionalism: Scientology versus psychiatry Stephen A. Kent and Terra A. Manca, Mental Health, Religion & Culture, Volume 16 Issue 1, November 26, pages 1-121, ISSN: 1367-4676 (online: 1469-9737), DOI: 10.1080/13674676.2012.737552 (Executive Directive from L.Ron Hubbard: "The War" 29/11/1968)
Addicted to Scientology: Overcoming the Ups & Downs of Scientoloholism Vance Ashley Woodward, BookBaby, November 7, ASIN: B00A412OGS
Believer beware: The challenges of commercial religion Peter W. Edge, Legal Studies, October 10, ISSN: 0261-3875, DOI: 10.1111/j.1748-121X.2012.00252.x
Breaking out of Scientology’s iron grip Danna Harman, Haaretz, September 30
“Cult Commitment” from the Perspective of Former Members: Direct Rewards of Membership versus Dependency Inducing Practices Dominiek D. Coates, Deviant Behavior, Volume 33, Issue 3, January 10, pages 168-184, ISSN: 0163-9625 (online: 1521-0456), DOI: 10.1080/01639625.2010.548302
Damaged Lives: the Legacy of Scientology Margery Wakefield, lulu.com, October 27, ISBN 1105106152
The Decline and (Probable) Fall of the Scientology Empire! Jim Lippard, Skeptic magazine, Volume 17 Number 1, February, pages 18-27
Dentist fined nearly $348,000 for requiring Scientology-based training for staff Molly Young, The Oregonian, October 4 (Appeal denied on April 23, 2013)
L. Ron Hubbard’s Alternative to the Bomb Shelter: Scientology’s Emergence as a Pseudo-science During the 1950s Terra Manca, Journal of Religion and Popular Culture, Volume 24 Number 1, September, pages 80-96, ISSN: 1703-289X, DOI: 10.1353/rpc.2012.0012
Leaving Scientology: A Practical Guide to Escape and Recovery Jefferson Hawkins, Hawkeye Publishing Co., June 7, ASIN: B0089SHGJI
Love, Sex, Fleas, God: Confessions of a Stay-at-Home Dad Bruce Clark, Random House Struik, September 15, ISBN 1415201706
Narconon Trois-Rivières Closed by Health Authorities for Failing 46 of 55 Certification Criteria Mark Lacour, Mauricie and Centre-du-Québec Health and Social Services Agency, April 17
The Occult Roots of Scientology? Hugh B. Urban, Nova Religio, Volume 15, Issue 3, February, pages 91-116, ISSN: 1092-6690 (online: 1541-8480), DOI: 10.1525/nr2012.15.3.91
Red Pill Diary Billy Denham El, CreateSpace, November 25, ISBN 1481061674
Scientology, Between Cult and Mafia (La cienciología, entre secta y mafia) Juan Pablo Proal, Proceso, issue 1878, October 28, pages 44-46
Scientology Exposed: The Truth About the World's Most Controversial Religion L.A. Klein, CreateSpace, September 11, ISBN 1479228133
The Scientology Reformation: What Every Scientologist Should Know Mark Marty Rathbun, CreateSpace, October 10, ISBN 1479277266
The Spyentologist: A former spy for Scientology came clean on abuses. Now, she says, the church is chasing her Josh Dulaney, OC Weekly, February 23
What is Wrong with Scientology?: Healing through Understanding Mark 'Marty' Rathbun, CreateSpace, June 21, ISBN 1477453466
2013
A cult by any other name, or propaganda by redefinition of words Jon Atack, February 10
Beyond Belief: My Secret Life Inside Scientology and My Harrowing Escape Jenna Miscavige Hill, William Morrow, February 5, ISBN 0062248472
Black Scientology: Planned Darkness Skip Press, The Morton Report, November 27
Blogging Dianetics Tony Ortega and Vance Woodward, twenty-five part series, January 4 - June 28
The Church of Fear: Inside the Weird World of Scientology John Sweeney, Silvertail Books, January 7, ISBN 1909269034
Florida Chiropractor Forced Scientology on Staff U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, May 9 ($170,000 settlement, December 17)
From Independent Scientologist to Just Me Geir Isene, May
God Bless America: Strange & Unusual Religious Beliefs & Practices in the United States Karen Stollznow, Pitchstone Publishing, October 1, ISBN 1939578000
Going Clear: Scientology, Hollywood, and the Prison of Belief Lawrence Wright, Knopf, January 17, ISBN 0307700666
The Grand Scam Rob Rose, Zebra Press, November 20, ISBN 1770226214
Have You Told All?: Inside My Time with Narconon and Scientology Lucas A. Catton, Catton Communications, February 13, ISBN 0615768725
How Scientology changed the internet Dave Lee, BBC News, July 16
How to Escape from Scientology Felix Clay, Cracked, November 16
Is Scientology Self-Destructing? Alex Klein, BuzzFeed, January 15
Memoirs of a Scientology Warrior Mark Rathbun, CreateSpace, May 27, ISBN 1484805666
Narconon Arrowhead loses state certification Jeanne LeFlore, McAlester News-Capital, August 7
Narconon of Georgia Closed Down Christian Boone, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, September 25 (investigated April 26 for insurance fraud)
Nineteen Eighty-four: My way into Scientology’s inner secrets – and out again (Nittenåttifire: Min vei inn i scientologiens dypeste hemmeligheter – Og ut igjen) Geir Isene, Humanist forlag, September 18, ISBN 9788282820592
Scientology: the Church of Hate - An Anti-Social Religion Emerges in the Space Age Jon Atack, trentvalley, May
The secret to Scientology's recruitment on Craigslist Miles Klee, The Daily Dot, October 2 (CoS reaction email to members, October 3)
Sects, Cults, and the Attack on Jurisprudence Stephen A. Kent and Robin D. Willey, Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion, Volume 14, March, pages 306-360
Will Smith Private Quasi-Scientology School is Shut Down Roger Friedman, ShowBiz411, July 5 (interview with the principal, November 18)
2014
The Church of Scientology: Legitimacy through Perception Management Max Halupka, Politics and Religion, February 14, DOI: 10.1017/S1755048314000066
Escape From Scientology Mike Spies, Vocativ, April 9
Ex-Scientologist Reveals Shocking Life Inside 'Dangerous, Secretive Cult' Lydia Smith, International Business Times UK, January 29
Getting Our Ethics In Tony Ortega and Jefferson Hawkins, fourteen part series, October 17 (2013) - January 30
Human Trafficking by the US Church of Scientology Steven Douglas, July 13, ASIN: B00LS4XKKY
Money, Power, Servitude: Adventures in the Wonderland of Scientology (Szcientológus voltam) Péter Bonyai, Amazon Digital Services, August 13, ASIN: B00MPY40Y6 (Válasz, 2011, ISBN 9789639461345)
Narconon Trois-Rivières Violated Human Rights Annik L'Archevêque, Commission des droits de la personne et des droits de la jeunesse, January 16 (interview with a victim, April 15)
Scientology Roots Mike McClaughry
Scientology – the biggest scam about Donal O'Grady, Leitrim Observer, January 26
The Seeker-Consumer: Scientology and the Rhetoric of Consumerism Erika Spohrer, Journal of Religion and Popular Culture, Volume 26 Number 1, March 21, pages 107-123, DOI: 10.3138/jrpc.26.1.107
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