75 MILLION YEARS (AND THEN SOME) OF SPACE ALIENS
What, exactly, does Scientology say about space aliens?
In the materials for OT III (Operating Thetan level 3), L. Ron Hubbard
writes that, 75 million years ago, the head of the Galactic Federation,
made up of 76 planets [yes, a United Federation of Planets, like on
Star Trek!], was a being named Xenu. Faced with an overpopulation
problem, he brought beings to this planet, blew them up with hydrogen
bombs, and packaged them. Their spirits now infest our bodies: he says
"One's body is a mass of individual thetans stuck to oneself or to the
body." Scientologists at this level try to rid themselves of these
thetans (spirits) by helping each one to remember the painful
experiences of being blown up like that.
But don't worry... it seems Xenu didn't round up
all the good guys, and enough of them were still around to catch him
and his henchmen and put them in an electrified cage inside a mountain
on another planet. The cage is powered by "an eternal battery" which
should last 75 million years. Since Incident 2 took place 74 or so
million years ago, we still have a million years until we need to
"BUT I HEARD THIS GUY FROM SCIENTOLOGY DENY THE
Scientology is somewhat like an
occult order, which is no doubt where Hubbard got the idea of the grade
system from. In fact Scientology appears to be an occult order run like
a business, not unlike the A.M.O.R.C. Hubbard was in the California
branch of Aleister Crowley's O.T.O (Ordro Templi Orentis or Order of
the Oreintal Temple) during the 1940's which has 11 grades or "degrees".
Scientology does indeed teach that many of our
problems are caused by the ghosts of space aliens that are stuck to our
bodies. However, that teaching is considered "confidential" and is only
taught to Scientologists who have reached a certain level, known in
Scientology as OT III - so a lot of Scientologists are actually unaware
that this is an important Scientology teaching.
though Scientology has eight levels, it takes many years and many
thousands of dollars just to reach OT III, and many Scientologists
never even make that level during their involvement with Scientology.
Once they reach that level and are told the secrets about Xenu, they
are then told they must not reveal it, because (aside from obviously
sounding unbelieavble and scaring people away) Scientologists believe
it may trigger an engram that will cause whoever hears it to have
pnumonia if they haven't had Scientology auditing. Millions of
non-Scientologists have heard the Xenu story, and rest assured none of
them went insane or got pnumonia because of it.
Scientologists below the OT III grade will tell you the Xenu space
opera isn't true, because they honestly have never been told about it,
and even if they did ask about it, they would be told it isn't true.
They simply don't know about it. Scientologists at OT III and above are
going to deny it for obvious reasons, and because they don't want
people getting pnuemonia and going crazy. Of course millions of people
saw the South Park episode where this was all covered and didn't go
crazy and get pnuemonia....hmmm.
But thanks to people who have left Scientology (people who have "blown
the org" in Scientology lingo), there has been made available audio
recordings by L. Ron Hubbard himself talking about the Xenu saga which
is known as "Incident 2". The lecture, by the way, is lecture
2847 found on tape number 6810C03 Class VIII -10 titled Assists. There
can be absolutlely no doubt that Scientology secretly teaches this!
Xenu is not
There are other Scientology teachings that relate to space aliens, and
much more accesible than the Xenu material the Church of Scientology
gets all huffy about. The book Have You Lived Before This Life?,
described in Scientology advertisements as "a cold-blooded account of
your last years", contains dozens of case histories of memories
experienced by Scientologists, some of which include adventures in
Case Number 4 (the actual names of the people are not mentioned
anywhere in the book) claims that one of his past lives took place
"nine galaxy periods ago. I was a male, born of space parents...At nine
years of age I asked my father if I could join the space academy.
However, this does not occur until I am 14. I am 15 when I go with
other boys and girls for three months to learn all about sex and
homosexuality. When I am 16 I kill my father while fighting on the
planet and I join a space-ship. " He then "recalls" later
in that life taking part in a space mutiny in which he killed the
captain of the ship because he thought he was sleeping with his wife.
Nope, no Fruedian fantasy stuff there...just good old past life recall.
This is far from an atypical case recorded in the book. In fact, about
half or so fo the cases mentioned in the book deal with past lives that
take an impossibly long time ago on alien planets!
> Case Number 5's past life takes place 78 Trilion years ago
near a "space factory" where gold pendants were made. Hmmm... maybe
that's where those places that buy broken gold send theirs?
> Case number 6's past life takes place a mere 1,600 years ago on
the "planet of perfection". 6's job was to operate machines. One such
machine was "...a sort of God, it being the big boss giving us our
orders by the use of a beam. And no man having the right to originate a
thought, other than a copy of what the big boss says (machine)."
>Case number 9 doesn't tell when exactly his past life took place or
what planet, but it did involve a space ship being hit with a meteor.
He "recalls" being a cat-like creature such as a Moutain Lion " A gas
was released in my cage which made me quiet and I was given as a pet to
a woman who was eventually aboard this space ship. She took me into her
room. I lay down next to the bed and she, taking a drug of sorts, lay
on the bed. However, she died and I was dragged out and thrown from the
ship." At some point he was hit by a meteor that sent him flying
"a mere 500,000 miles per hour." Frankly I think the space animal
cruelty people should have been notified!
> Case No. 10 probably wins the prize for oldest past life! He (or
she) claimed he (or she) could remember some 55,000,000,000,000,000,000
years ago. That's not a typo. I don't know what the name of that number
is, and I'm too lazy to look it up. Considering the Earth is a
mere 4 or 5 billion years old, it apparently didn't hapen on this
planet. Heck, the Universe is only 14 billion years old, so there's a
real head scratcher! It seems while he was going outside to repair the
spaceship, he was hit by a meteor, survived that, but then later he
fell off the ladder he was on into the ocean and was killed by a Manta
Ray. Ironic, huh?
> Case No. 13 "recalled" living on the planet Mars without a body
469,476,600 years ago. it seems he was a naughty fellow who vandalized
a temple until he was shot dead by a Bishop with a ray gun while the
congregation chanted "God is love". As punishment he was given an robot
body and put on a flying saucer. Well hey, he did vandalize a
>Case 15 "recalled" living 1,015,550 years ago and also had a robot
body until it "burnt out". Hopefully it was under warranty.
> Case No. 33 got a little more creative with her story, "recalling"
the crystal empire of Alloa. Poor thing was on a space ship when "the
ship exploded and the terrific energies blasted the crystal momentarily
into subspace, reappearing in the carbon dioxide ice of Frozen Ledera
III. The super-heated crystal shattered into a million fragmentary
crystals, and I, my beingness and harmony destroyed, listened for 50
billion years for a lost sound. Slowly, as aeons passed, I realised
that life cycles had commenced on this planet and I became interested.
At the 35th life cycle I found myself again looking." 35 and looking
again? Sounds like a lot of women I know.
>Case No. 35 said that "23,064,000,000 years ago I was a very happy
being who, with many others, strayed to the planet Nostra. All that we
had there, to show what we were, were little gold identity discs. On
seeing a great number of robots descend from an immense space ship, we
wandered down and were a bit teasing to these robots – who seized our
discs by clapping their big claw hands upon either side of them and
took them from us ..." People remember...don't tease the robots!
> Case No. 36 "recalled" that "Seventy-six trillion years ago, being
in space, and totally at Knowingness, I decided to create a game. I
closed down to having 'A Space', and created blobs and
geometrical forms. Considerations about to create postulate a
no-creation, and a duration, namely, time." Um...Ok then.
>Case No. 37 "recalled" living for 440 years with no body on a
planet taken over by black magic. The incident took place "some
2,000,000,000 years ago in an area of the physical universe many
galaxies away." A long, long time ago in a galaxy far, far away.
Come on, admit it, you were thinking it!
>Case No. 38 took place on the planet Setus, but only a mere 3,750
years ago. During that life, a war broke out. Case No. 38 said, "When I
was 22 I was given the task of destroying an enemy ship that had
broken through the protective screen."
>Case No. 39 took place "17,543 years ago on a 'Space Command' post
on Earth. I had the idea that I could go to Mars incognito to learn how
they handled disorder." Martians handle disorder better than
Jupiterians or Plutonians? WHAT KIND OF NONSENSE IS THAT??? Later No.
39 wound up in a robot body too, and claimed " When the monotony of the
robot life began to bore me I began to give all my reports a double
meaning to amuse myself. " Ha ha! I bet he was a hoot at robot parties!
I wonder if he knew R2-D2?
>Case No. 40 took place 25,016 years ago and invovled "a
civilisation advanced in electronics, space-travel and mind control,
e.g. electronic irradiation and brain operations were used for
controlling people." in which he was one of the ruling members. He also
had his own space slave girl. Giddy up!
>Case No. 41 "recalled": "It appears that I was in charge of a
Sector of a star system and that I caused some de-struction [sic] in
this Sector (like causing its disintegration). " Ouch! That's GOT to
look bad on his resume! There's just no way to put a positive spin on
blowing up a star system!
So, you get the idea. Don't believe me, read it for yourself in Have
You Lived Before This Life subtitled A Scientific Survey; A Study of
Death and Evidence of Past Lives by L. Ron Hubbard. You can probably
pick up a used copy cheaply on Amazon. It almost makes the Xenu
material seem tame by comparison, so I can't see why they get so riled
up about it.
According to the book, at least one "Pre-Clear" said "This is all
silly, it is all my imagination." to the auditor, who assured him it
all was real.
I for one would seriously have to doubt that! Sorry. To critics
of Dianetics/Scientology, the auditing process seems to be nothing more
than hypnosis, and people are capable of all sorts of crazy
hallucinations under hypnosis, including being aliens in past lives
zillions of years ago.
So, you're ready to spend $250,000 or so to reach OT VIII now, aren't
Even the glossary in Scientology's What Is Scientology? contains a
definition for the phrase "space opera", which, according to
Scientology, relates to periods on "the whole track" (that is, our
whole history, going back through many lives and millions of years),
and it contains "space travel, spaceships, spacemen" and so forth.
So, you get the idea. Don't believe me, read it for yourself in Have You Lived Before This Life?
subtitled A Scientific Survey; A
Study of Death and Evidence of Past Lives by L. Ron Hubbard. You
can probably pick up a used copy cheaply on Amazon. It almost
makes the Xenu material seem tame by comparison, so I can't see why
they get so riled up about it.
Even the glossary in Scientology's What
Is Scientology? contains a definition for the phrase "space
opera", which, according to Scientology, relates to periods on "the
whole track" (that is, our whole history, going back through many lives
and millions of years), and it contains "space travel, spaceships,
spacemen" and so forth.
Scientology sued The Washington Post over publication of the Xenu story
- and the suit claimed trade secret violations, not defamation. In
other words, Scientology was upset because the paper was spilling its
secrets, not because the story was false. In addition, Scientology has
sued individuals who have published the OT III teachings on the
Internet for copyright violations - again confirming that they do
indeed claim ownership of these materials.
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