|Lecture: The D.E.I Scale|
|Hubbard vs. Christianity|
Hubbard claimed knowledge of the existence of religious implants and the damage this does to people. Remarks about seven hells in this regard. "The 7's" are supposed implants that Scientologists address on advanced levels.
Once in a while you’ll pick up this magic number "7" on the track. It’s a prime number and therefore interesting to mathematicians. And there were seven this and seven that and seven stars and seven something or other. And there are seven hells. Now very often you will find some preclear who is doing a bad spin on religion on account of religious implants, and you’ll find these confounded seven hells sitting there. And they’ve forgotten they ever heard of Dante’s Inferno and the Seven Hells – they’ve forgotten this utterly. There was a hell of ice and a hell of fire and a hell of something or other, and I don’t know what all the hells were but it’s an interesting study in sadism.
— L. Ron Hubbard
Lecture 11 December 1952: The D.E.I Scale
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