Mission Into Time & pictures

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    Could you tell us more about these pictures? Could be interesting.
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    The Doc in the folder is the book about the pictures.

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    thnx and nice to be back on.
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    Yes the old adage was true for elRon, mainly the only thing public remembers is what have you done for me in the last 6 months.

    So ElRon was or was nearly kicked out of the UK, So to keep the USA and Aussie dollars (and UK pounds) rolling in he must produce another hot selling book to the past life hungry Scientologist base.

    Thus get on a boat out on international waters, whacked out on coke, get the emeter out and go find some historical archaeological possible sights and mesmerize the sheeples with probable but failed highly censored Highly hyped ElRon fiction BS.

    I dont think many awake Scilons believed it, but the book store officer did sell books.

    All in all it's just another brick in the wall. The wall of shame for ElRon.
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    From A Piece of Blue Sky by Jon Atack:

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    Atack has it exactly right. I remember ordering "Mission Into Time" in 1968, with keen anticipation. When it arrived, with its brown cardboard covers, out-of-focus photographs and preposterous, unverifiable maunderings, my disappointment had my emeter needle 'rock-slamming' for days.
    The imminent arrival to our Mission of freshly minted Sea Org Closet Lesbians in their white nylon jump suits and go-go boots, made it impossible to verbalize any disappointment about the book.
    However, I cite its publication as first clear signal that the Emperor had little or no clothes. Alas, it was another decade before I mustered the courage to confront that LRH's bio was hyperbolic bullshit. Reading it today reduced me to snickers and embarrassment at my naivete.
    I thank whoever posted the link to Mission Into Time. Skimming it was about as much fun as a colonoscopy, but equally important to my health.

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    I am banned. We are all banned.

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  14. To be fair, it's a Scientology book by L. Ron Hubbard, so that's pretty much a given.
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  15. A recent BBC Four documentary about Sicily mentions and covers several of the sites and ancient histories as those mentioned by LRH in his lectures to staff in the mid 1960's. Hubbard was not an idiot and he was well-read in The Classics including the ancient Greek and Roman writers. The BBC Sicily doco showed some of the actual dig sites the Sea Project visited in the 1960's. The archeologists concerned had found further evidence of what the old man hinted at. It mentioned the historical context of the Phoenician and Greek naval fleets of the 5th Century BC. and several of the principal personalities and players. LRH was not proven wrong by this new info.
    It would be a great idea if the surviving mission staff were to submit their testimonies to me towards a possible revisit to the sites in the Mediterranean area for an in-depth documentary for those keen on past-life research and maybe the chance of some good old-fashion treasure hunting along the way.]

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    It appears that Hubbard directed his acolytes to dig in areas he knew may have relics based on historical literature that he read.
    That has nothing to do with actual past lives, if such things indeed exist, and more to do with coached false memories.
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  17. It is a fact that L. Ron Hubbard smuggled gold into the US in 1957 with Errol Flynn as stated by the witness the late L.Ron Hubbard junior. Nibs. Thus, I suspect that Hubbard was undertaking one of his missions for his intelligence agency masters under the guise of historical research. The Apollo had been operating in the Mediterranean area during WW2 and so maybe that had something to do with Nazi gold deposits hidden in Sicilly in a hurry and Hubbard was intent on retrieving some in the same way that he went to Southern Africa and Rhodesia (Bumi Hills property) to follow up on old gold stashes. Were his business partners known MI6 or CIA agents? Lord & Lady Salisbury would have known. There are dozens of photos of Hubbard hobnobbing with important politicians at that time in his home in Salisbury and Jo'berg. Ian Smith considered him an MI6 agent. Were Hubbard's activities in the Mediterranean just a cover-story for his part in Operation GLADIO ??? Hubbard had been recruited and trained by the senior MI6 officer in China from 1927. He was mentored by ONI agent Snake Thompson for almost ten years. They sent him to Princeton to learn about psychological techniques (Freud & Jung). Hubbard started his counter-intelligence propagandist career whist co-editor of the University Rag. Just look at the photos of who he was rubbing shoulders with. Hubbard was tasked by ONI in 1947 to stop a rebellion by the Allied Nuclear Scientists at Cal Tech. Look at who was in the audience. Hubbard was CONNECTED and Ron, The War Hero is just another attempt to obscure the military intelligence missions and contacts. Government Shills are funded to publish propaganda books... truthful independent exposes are not.
  18. One of the command crew on the Athena tells that they were tasked to attempt to swap the lead bars in their ballast tanks for the supposed lead-covered gold bars stored at the local Spanish Town museum. The mission was aborted before they started due to mechanical problems with the yacht. However, I would love to retrace the mission and find out more about what really happened. Remember that the archeological teams were sent out during the day, but the secretive dive recovery teams were sent out on the sea sleds at night and items were recovered through the cattle doors of the Apollo... I read. They were more likely to have been smuggling contraband and avoiding tax and customs charges. That went on for 30 years. Do the math... three separate crew members taking around 30 parcels via secretive routes from England and South Africa to the Apollo with almost $1million dollars each month arriving in brown paper parcels by hand through bribed regional ports of entry. Most Sea Org Missionaries carried 12 gold sovereigns or KrugerRands every time they flew anywhere... hidden in their pants or luggage. MI6 never once allowed an investigation into the events by local UK police.

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