Black Spirituality Religion : Scientology and Farrakhan

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  1. UBNaturally

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    Jesse Prince




    "It's not about.. well, I have to make the right choice because my Ethics Officer is going to beat me up"

    http://tonyortega.org/2013/12/19/how-scientology-ethics-creates-your-very-own-truman-show

    Auditing seems like a confessional, and from what has been claimed in the HBO documentary on the group, it almost is more like a means to create a black mail log.

    Becoming "Clear" is the mission, MKUltra mixed with this is
    Clear = Reprogramming the mind, mind control, brain washing.

    And for those that cannot see it, it's probably already occurred.

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    https://www.facebook.com/DianeticsCommunityGroup/photos_stream
    https://www.facebook.com/DianeticsCommunityGroup

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    Tony Muhammad gives thanks to Alfreddie Johnson and the Church of Scientology


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    Alfreddie Johnson Jr. is the founder of the Church of Scientology's World Literacy Crusade


    Based on Applied Scholastics and Study Tech

    http://www.appliedscholastics.org/about-us.html

    The Way to Happiness Foundation International
    http://www.able.org/twth

    The Association for Better Living and Education (ABLE) has the purpose of reversing the social decay that threatens our societies by resolving the worst problems that plague man today—drugs, crime, illiteracy and immorality—utilizing the breakthrough discoveries and secular methodologies developed by author and humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard.

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    THE 21 PRECEPTS OF THE WAY TO HAPPINESS
    1. Take Care Of Yourself
    2. Be Temperate
    3. Don’t Be Promiscuous
    4. Love and Help Children
    5. Honor And Help Your Parents
    6. Set A Good Example
    7. Seek To Live With The Truth
    8. Do Not Murder
    9. Don’t Do Anything Illegal
    10. Support A Government Designed and Run For All The People
    11. Do Not Harm A Person Of Good Will
    12. Safeguard And Improve Your Environment
    13. Do not Steal
    14. Be Worthy Of Trust
    15. Fulfill Your Obligations
    16. Be Industrious
    17. Be Competent
    18. Respect The Religious Beliefs Of Others
    19. Try Not To Do Things To Others That You Would Not Like Them To Do To You
    20. Try to Treat Others As You Would Want Them To Treat You
    21. Flourish And Prosper

    http://unitedinpeace.org/the-way-to-happiness





    United in Peace... Church of Scientology




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    Distributing L. Ron Hubbard Scientology material alongside NOI material.


    Carson City Councilmember Mike Gipson spoke of his partnership with the Church using L. Ron Hubbard’s book The Way to Happiness to bring peace: “Together, we are changing the reality of our streets."
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    Scientology has the technology that can help black people... could this be plausible?

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    Minister Tony Muhammad of Nation of Islam gives speech on the negative effects using drugs to treat mental illness during a health fair sponsored by World Literacy Crusade and the American Health and Education Clinics at the Church of Scientology community center on June 5, 2013 in Los Angeles, California. The event will also include a town hall meeting to discuss physical and mental health therapies for Latino and black communities.

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    Kelsey Miller from the Church of Scientology, performs a stress for Mimi Lockert during a health fair sponsored by World Literacy Crusade and the American Health and Education Clinics at the Church of Scientology community center on June 5, 2013 in Los Angeles, California. The event will also include a town hall meeting to discuss physical and mental health therapies for Latino and black communities.

    Crime Drops following Compton Peace Ride

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    http://unitedinpeace.org/news/2013/10/25/crime-drops-following-compton-peace-ride

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    "What the hell do I look like now going to a blue eyed skunk?!!"
    "This is the only sign we under, the Sun, Moon and the Star"

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    Muhammad Mosque No. 95 (St. Petersburg, Florida)
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    Scientology signage
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    "The critics are saying oh Farrakhan talking all this black talk and went over to this white man L Ron Hubbard... stop stop stop... haha, if it wasn't so silly"

    Not sure how Farrakhan goes from addressing L. Ron Hubbard being a racist to talking about white people calling him a racist. Diversion tactic to answer a question, and then later claims "so what if he was a racist?"

    The Dianetics books can be purchased for no more than $30.00, so why the Scientology symbols and obvious connection, if all the Nation of Islam was interested in was the book, or what they call "Technology"?

    http://goo.gl/GFE3d


    The reviews on the first page are not too appealing
    http://goo.gl/EJzg7Q



    Dianetically speaking Brother Tony Live from Muhammad Mosque No.95
    (1-6-2015)




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    more...
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Muhammad-Mosque95/182578571917224?sk=photos_stream&ref=page_internal

    http://anonireland.com/blog/scientology/money-money-money

    "I hope, as Brother Shane had said, that this is not an end, that this a beginning. I pray, of a long and beautiful relationship. L. Ron Hubbard would be proud at this moment"
     
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    Interesting thread. I know Rev. Johnson from college and taught in Lynwood where he ran a group home for young Black men and served on the city council. Along with former Lynwood councilman Louis Byrd and former Comptom Mayor Omar Bradley they did some good work in reducing crime and Gang violence among our youth. Over time, things fell apart. I won't go into detail, but I hope that the rank and file within the Nation save themselves from this form of demonology.
     
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    See about the 4 minute mark.
     
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    I've seen the debate between this butha and Phillip Muhammad, and burtha Ali made some good points. Points that showed Farrakhan going back on what he has preached in the past about whites.
    I have to admit, listening to the things Farrakhan has said, I would have never thought he would have hooked up with any white for they teachings.

    But that's the problem when you draw lines in the sand....

    Peace!
     
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    Interview about Camp Kiswah



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    New Scientology Brochure Promotes Literacy & Education

    The Church of Scientology spotlights Applied Scholastics in a new publication. Applied Scholastics provides tools to reverse declining educational trends through the technology of study developed by L. Ron Hubbard.


    In 2003, to meet the international demand for Study Technology, Applied Scholastics opened a residential campus at Spanish Lake near St. Louis, Missouri. This 100-acre training center is the international headquarters of Applied Scholastics and the first college of Study Technology.

    Teachers and administrators from public and private schools, tutors, corporate business trainers and educational consultants from around the world come to Applied Scholastics at Spanish Lake for training in Study Technology. Residential and daytime professional training are also available, with many courses offered for postgraduate and continuing education credits.

    Spanish Lake also offers a full schedule of courses and workshops on specific aspects of Study Technology as well as studies in techniques that enable students to become more accountable, self-directed and self-advocating.

    Applied Scholastics International has trained over 135,000 educators from 42 nations who, in turn, have brought Study Technology to millions of colleagues and students. The organization works with hundreds of affiliated schools and educational programs throughout the world, providing the effective learning tools developed by L. Ron Hubbard.

    http://www.prweb.com/releases/ChurchofScientology/AppliedScholastics/prweb10508986.htm


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    http://www.finalcall.com/artman/publish/National_News_2/article_9919.shtml

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    http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07e6iio9w7a46c2cb4&llr=7ei7k5kab

    Camp Kiswah is the same Campus of Scientology's Applied Scholastics.
    http://www.appliedscholastics.org/
    http://www.scientology.org/how-we-help/applied-scholastics.html?source=0083prw


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    Website not longer exists
    http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/campkiswah.com


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    Unusual Collaboration Grows Between Scientologists and Nation of Islam Amid Turmoil In Ferguson

    Oct 2, 2014

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    In Ferguson, the message has been distributed most widely by a group sponsored by The Church of Scientology called The Way to Happiness.

    When Bryant created the Stop the Killing campaign, “the Church of Scientology grabbed hold of it,” he said, “and [said], ‘Hey look, we want to help you all spread this message.'”

    The Way to Happiness is a list of moral codes written by the founder of Scientology, L. Ron Hubbard. Its content is rather non-controversial, comprising 21 generally accepted principles such as: be temperate, do not murder and respect the religious beliefs of others.

    Roughly 20,000 of The Way to Happiness booklets, printed with the Stop the Killing design on their covers, have been distributed around Ferguson since last month, said Barry Coziahr, CEO of Response! Targeted Marketing, who has spearheaded effort.

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    Barry Coziahr (left) and Kevin Bryant in front of the burnt QuikTrip on West Florissant Ave. in Ferguson, Mo.


    While The Way to Happiness program is supported by the Church of Scientology and individual Scientologists, the outreach effort is not intended to promote the church, said Coziahr.

    http://news.stlpublicradio.org/post...ogists-and-nation-islam-amid-turmoil-ferguson


    More images of Scientologist distributing material in Ferguson, Mo.
    http://www.thewaytohappinessstl.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/Ferguson-TWTH-PhotoJournal.pdf
     
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    Trying not to get into the more sensitive material, but a just basic context from which to look into.

    Here is some more to reference.
    http://www.thefaithgeek.com/2014/09/reverend-alfreddie-johnson-wolf-in-sheeps-clothing


    Website is somewhat broken
    http://www.worldliteracy.org

    The “Ideal” Scientologist
    September 15, 2014

    http://www.mikerindersblog.org/the-ideal-scientologist/

    Comment from article:
    LDW says
    September 15, 2014 at 10:53 am

    I had quite a number of conversations with the Reverend Alfreddie when I was on lines at CCI. He never once failed to ask me to donate. My understanding is that he makes a good living off his 10% IAS commissions. Not surprising that he’d use his innate charm to sweet-talk his flock into giving even more by convincing them that’s the way to be ideal parishioners.

    129 public in attendance? In a city of ten’s of thousands of scientologists? Where students who are on course take course time off to attend? Much bigger than the average Co$, but certainly not going to clear the seven billion folks on planet earth.

    Never in the history of religion have so few given so much for no really good reason.​



    Have no knowledge of Johnson, but the articles put things into some context.
    You will hear claims from "Scientologists" that it respects all religions, while claiming to be a religion itself.

    Reminds me of those ... oh snap, I went to a "Scientologistesue" party when I was young and I didn't even realize it.

    They claimed to be a rainbow/universal/triangle church or something, didn't care what religion someone had. The party was weird and everyone seemed to be forcibly trying to dance to music that didn't emit the urge to bust a move.

    The young lady that invited me was very attractive, but my higher senses inclined me to leave the party early and I never saw her again. Thinking back on it gives me the creeps, some type of New Age group.

    More weird is that I think we were the only two people of "color" at the "party", and that probably added to the weird feeling... I aint gonna lie.

    Ever heard of a Universal Church, Rainbow Church or Triangle Church?
    I forget the name, this was over 15 years ago
     
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