Today, I was walking down the street when I glanced over and saw a picture of L. Ron Hubbard on a little “Clear Body, Clear Mind” newspaper. I had to take a look.
The little four-page newspaper talked all about the dangers of drugs and toxins, and how Scientology can clear all of it away through their programs and vitamin supplements – lifting depression and moodiness. I especially liked their “How Toxic Are You?” test. You answer “yes” or “no” to ten questions. Then, here’s how they score you:
If you answered yes to 3 or less you could have a level of accumulated toxins affecting your capacity to think clearly.
If you answered yes to 4-7 of the above questions, you could have a detrimental level of accumulated toxins, making you dull, lifeless or “wooden” with lessened ability.
If you answered yes to 8 or more of these questions, you could be experiencing a case of severe body pollution.
Did you notice that there are no good results no matter how you answered the questions? Heads they win, tails you lose.
If you know about L. Ron Hubbard’s psychological problems, it looks an awful lot like he was trying desperately to create his own home-remedy to his mental problems. The paper included the address of the local Scientology center. Just to see if I’ve ever seen the building, I typed the address into google maps, and I discovered that Anonymous got to their google-maps entry – posting pictures, videos, and reviews. (Heh.) Take a look for yourself.