|Hubbard vs. Christianity|
Hubbard classifies monotheism as a trick, on which the Christian religion doesn' have a monopoly.
Don't think the Christian has a monopoly upon this legend of unit creation: Manitou, some of the tribes; Old Man, some of the other tribes. The Apache - the fellow who made Earth and the birds and so forth, according to the Apache was a fellow by the name of Black Hackton. Yeah, even the older Apaches have forgotten Black Hackton. But you jog their memories and you go around and get some toothless old crone sitting there and she's chewing away on some snoose or something of the sort, and she finally will up and tell you, "Oh, yes, my grandfather... we used to have some tribal rites... yeah, yeah, and he used to impersonate Black Hackton making birds and making men and so on. Oh, yes, yes - Black Hackton."
They've even lost the lost point. But they attribute the creation of man, birds, Earth, everything, heavens, skies, stars, so forth, to one individual, which is the same trick.
L. Ron Hubbard
Lecture 24 December 1954 Pan-Determinism
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