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The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

Discussion in 'Leaks & Legal' started by qwertyuiop1, Jul 14, 2009.

  1. JohnnyRUClear Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    R2-45, you say?

    Is that potentially of some interest to some people?
    [mod]OLD NEWS IS OLD... This image has been passed around since Usenet days[/mod]

    Wow. This one image is a treasure chest of exploitability.
  2. carsondude Member

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    This is great stuff. We almost have enough of the library to form the Church of Anonymous Enturbulation.
  3. scino Member

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    What a gold-triple-diamond-epic upload ! In one word: super!
    Thank you very much.
  4. MongoLloyd Member

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    This! There are other lists too, I was just about to post about it.

    Finally solid dox that confirm what I'd long thought: There used to be orgs in Eskilstuna and Örebro, Sweden, and now I've got irrefutable proof. They no longer exist, and haven't for 20 years or so.

    [strike]I'm assuming Bulawayo, Rhodesia/Zimbabwe doesn't exist anymore either?[/strike]

    So much for never having shut down an org!

    Update: Nope, the Zimbabwe org still supposedly exists, as per their 'org locator'. I wonder if it's actually functioning though (it sure doesn't seem like much there's working). You'd think they had bigger problems than body thetans right now.
    But Eskilstuna and Örebro are gone for sure, gone on Scientology's homepage, and gone from the pages of 'The Auditor' by 1983.
  5. revdoggy Member

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    Wow Great use of the data seriously thanks.
  6. muldrake Member

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    Note: The second guy's name is actually Jim KALERGIS.

    Keep going. These are great. (My favorite so far is William S. Burroughs as a cultist.)
  7. NCSP Member

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    (In my defense, that's Tory's typo -- the link just reproduces the heading for her page. I would also never misuse an apostrophe so flagrantly. :p)
  8. Ogsonofgroo Member

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    Erm, afaik WSB did not get sucked in, unless proven otherwise lets not get all Tarzan about it eh!

    :)
  9. anonhuff Member

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    Hey Tom Cruise, can you be a scientologist and a christian at the same time? You've been quoted as saying absolutely you can.
    10. Has no Present Time involvement with other practices.
    Oops.

    15. May not be wanted by the police or any civil authorities, or be under search or suit.

    lol ron hubbard do as he says not as he does (hides from the authorities for the last years of his life, until he dies with psychiatric drugs present in his system, a fat bloated insane man)

    edit: dox on the tom cruise thing

    http://i300.photobucket.com/albums/nn11/anonhuff/tomcruiselies.jpg
  10. NCSP Member

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    ...tee hee
  11. muldrake Member

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    He did, actually, but not for long. After he blew, he wrote a book about the cult and its fascist mentality and how it derived from the fascist personality of its founder, L. Ron Hubbard, called Naked Scientology.

    http://www.apologeticsindex.org/Naked Scientology.pdf

    While he dissociated himself from the cult, he retained certain beliefs derived from it until later in life, for instance, the idea of engrams. He was also an aficionado of Wilhelm Reich's orgone boxes. However, he wasn't really a follower, and while he had some fairly whacked ideas borrowed from a variety of places, he generally put his own spin on them.

    Salvage? Hell, that *cemented* his reputation.
  12. Anonymous Member

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    Pun? Or? Tarzan was a different Burroughs.

    'fraid to say, even if he'd become a devout Scientologist, it'd still be pretty fucking far from the stupidest thing WSB ever did.

    (For the benefit of the uninformed: You can't really ever salvage your reputation after blowing a woman's brains out in a party trick gone bad)
  13. stuwyatt Member

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    nm.... didnt see moderator message in post above.
  14. NCSP Member

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    If this is the actor Danny Masterson, then he was 7 years old at the time.
  15. NCSP Member

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    PS - These would be so much easier to browse if they had gotten their alphabetization tech in.
  16. Anonymous Member

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    Yes, Burroughs was a scilon in the early 1960's - however - you must remember that after shooting and killing his wife during a drunken game at a cocktail party in 1951, and watching his son die at a young age from problems related to advanced alcoholism a few years later, Burroughs was pretty messed up in the head for awhile there. This was the period during which he greatly increased his heroin usage, and wrote "Naked Lunch". Even as emotionally disturbed as he was, however; it did not take him long to figure out that Hubbard was full of shit...

    I actually have most of those Rolling Stones issues. Good stuff.

    He also wrote a book called "Ali's Smile: Naked Scientology" in which he hit the cult pretty hard.
    (Not that I would ever condone that sort of thing - but I think I recall seeing a torrent of it floating around once...)
  17. stuwyatt Member

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    This is great! Apart from the 2 Swedish orgs that are no longer around, there also appears to be an org listed for Swansea in Wales. Was it a mission? Scientology hasn't had any orgs or missions in wales for a good many years.
  18. NCSP Member

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    This is the father of the actor Ethan Suplee (aka Earl's dumb brother on 'My Name Is Earl").
  19. MongoLloyd Member

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    First clear ever! Issue 14, 1966:

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    John McMaster. First ('real') clear, ambassador for Scientology, called the 'Pope of Scientology' by Hubbard (who'd be who, then? Uh-huh) although 'the title never stuck' (Atack's book) and all-around golden boy.

    Too bad he'd be unceremoniously booted out of Scientology three years later for being gay.
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    Is Charles Manson attesting to "CLEAR" featured in any of those magazines?
  21. NCSP Member

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    These movies must be a *goldmine* -- it seems they've been pretty much buried. But there are descriptions of LRH wearing capes, having 4-inch fingernails, using tons of fake blood, etc. I hope so much that someone's preserving these.
  22. Anonymous Member

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    Not likely, by the time these issues came out, Manson had gone to prison for a second time (after his release from which he started his own cult). Seems his involvement was mostly around the earlier half of the decade.
  23. NCSP Member

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    ...ladies?
  24. NCSP Member

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    I think this is actually Karen Black. The timeline matches up.....
  25. NCSP Member

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    ...must be. This is from the next page:

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    (Number 15, page 6)
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    Manson had his Hubbard Tech down pat, he could have easily been running the cult instead of Miscavige

  27. stuwyatt Member

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    I've searched through the thread, but can't find any links to the Auditor mags from the summer of 71 until the 80's. I'm especially looking for any mention of the opening of the Plymouth org (which happened in June 1971 to my knowledge). I take it the leaker is still scanning/forming the pdfs?

    Its an awesome leak by the way! Many thanks!
  28. Anonymous Member

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    He would have been able to recruit the Beach Boys too. Dennis Wilson and Manson were tight. Then instead of L. Ron Hubbard's horrible musical album they could have had some songs like -

    "Be True To Your Cult"
    "I Wish They All Could Be Sea Org Girls"
    "When I Grow Up To Be a Clear"
  29. Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    These are the only ones I see from 1971

    [mod]There is a catalog at beginning and now a big zip for these pdf[/mod]
  30. Anonymous Member

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    He's an OT. Why can't he just postulate a woman into existence? :)

    Oh and "2D relationships" sounds a lot like what I've got going with my porn collection.
  31. stuwyatt Member

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    Thanks for those! Plymouth still isn't listed in any of the issues up to issue 71. If you (or anyone) has the mags for 1972 (issues 72+) then please upload. I don't have the means to screencap, but there is a totally retarded cartoon about engrams on page 8 of issue 71 that made me lol.
  32. Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    other than the one I already posted these seem to be the only other two from 1972, unless someone else can find a few

    [mod]see above[/mod]
  33. fitch2000 Member

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    :-(

    that makes me sad
  34. NCSP Member

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    "Oh, that little scamp Quentin! Sometimes he gets himself into such mischief I have to drive him to suicide. It's all in good fun, though."
  35. stuwyatt Member

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    Thanks for those. It appears that Plymouth org opened during issues 72-74 (which are currently not leaked). If anyone has these issues kicking around, I'd be very interested to see them.
  36. Ogsonofgroo Member

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    TY Muldrake, I may have gotten a bit confused on this one, but is this same Borroughs aka Tarzan? Nm, I asm durr this evening, :) will corect post as taken down somewhat......... gerfff!

    :)

    :)
  37. Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    Which issue is that from?
  38. NCSP Member

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    Issue 43; p. 26 of "the-auditor-images-36-&-40-to-45.pdf"
  39. Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    Thanks Bro
  40. NCSP Member

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    Ah, don't thank me....finding gems like this is thanks enough.

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