Scientology books in public libraries and quack doctors Out of curiosity I was wondering how many people have found Scientology texts in their local libraries or have been doing research outside of the tubes. I took a quick search of my university's library (thanks to the Library of Congress call numbers they were on the same shelf as books about cults) and found a few books. They were all donated by this man http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~dst/JeremyPerkins/Maulfair/. It scares me a little bit considering he's an actual, practicing doctor and Pennsylvania isn't really a state known for Scientologists despite being the home of two churches. It's also frightening to think that there could be medical doctors out there who oppose the proper therapy for certain illnesses. For example: In any case I took the books out and besides being lulzy one of the worst part in the book "What is Scientology?" was a question about the disconnection policy. It's one thing to read things posted on the Internet about fair game and disconnection but to read about it in a book that's meant to bring people into Scientology was deeply bothersome. I know there's nothing new here so you can bury the thread if you want, just wanted to share.