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Cause and Effect - 10 Steps to Hell on Earth

  1. Suppressed by Victorian society and hurt by his father's recent death, the young Aliester Crowley begins to rebel against his mother and society.

  2. Crowley's Christian mother chastises her rebellious son, calling him "The Beast" (from the Book of Revelation).

  3. Crowley's rebellion pushes him into the Buddhism, yoga, the occult, mysticism, "black magick" (Crowley's term for Satanic signs and wonders), occult sexuality, and Satanism.

  4. Crowley's deep involvement in the occult leads him to declare himself The Beast, the Antichrist, just as his mother had once called him.

  5. Crowley becomes an idol and mentor to a wealthy occultist in the United States, Harry Hubbard.

  6. Inspired by Crowley, Harry Hubbard attempts to perform a "black magick number" and abort the fetus inside his pregnant wife. The failed abortion attempt resulted in a son being born prematurely, 6 months into the pregnancy. They name the child Lafayette Ronald Hubbard.

  7. L. Ron Hubbard becomes deeply involved with the occult and Satanism after meeting Jack Parson, an associate of Aliester Crowley. The two men go as far as to perform a black magick ritual, the Babalon Working, an attempt to birth a moonchild, the antichrist, in California during the 1940s.

  8. Ron Hubbard's deep involvement with the occult combined with his ideas on ritualism and psychology lead him to create Dianetics. Followers of Dianetics are formed into a religious cult. Ron Hubbard claims the cult was officially founded December 1, 1947, the day of Aliester Crowley's death.

  9. Ron's new cult becomes a business/religion, dubbed Scientology®. The religion combines occult underpinnings, Hubbard's Crowly-influenced writings, and of course Hubbard's own Dianetics.

  10. Scientology® becomes the largest cult in the United States, perhaps the largest and most powerful cult ever to have been created.

Wow. Amazing how the chain effect of events, starting from something so small, results in something so large.

A small seed of evil grows into a terrible tree of despair: a mother calls her rebellious son "the Beast", ruins his life, ruins the lives of millions, and results in the largest cult ever created. Really sad.

Operation Clambake documents the abuses of the "church" and the stories of folks who have had lost everything -- family, money, home, cars -- because of the litigious tactics of the church against those who leave it and speak about its abuses.

"I believed in Satanism. There was no other religion in the house! Scientology® and black magic. What a lot of people don't realize is that Scientology® is black magic that is just spread out over a long time period. To perform black magic generally takes a few hours or, at most, a few weeks. But in Scientology it's stretched out over a lifetime, and so you don't see it. Black magic is the inner core of Scientology® --- and it is probably the only part of Scientology® that really works."

- L. Ron Hubbard, founder of Scientology®

Information on this page was taken from material found on, Wikipedia, and other public information websites linked from those sites or the following:

"Dianetics" by L. Ron Hubbard, copyright 1950.
Interview with L. Ron Hubbard Jr., by Penthouse, copyright 1983
Mary Tabayoyon Affidavit, 1994
L. Ron Hubbard : BIGAMIST
L. Ron Hubbard : THIEF
L. Ron Hubbard and BLACK MAGICK
L. Ron Hubbard : RACIST
L. Ron Hubbard 's FAKE WAR RECORD
L. Ron Hubbard : IMPOTENT
L. Ron Hubbard : WHORE MONGER
L. Ron Hubbard : DRUG ADDICT
L. Ron Hubbard : SATANIST
L. Ron Hubbard and ADOLF HITLER
L. Ron Hubbard the PSYCH PATIENT

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