Is the theory of Scientology "real" and is it based on channeled information? Has any other channeled source talked about "Xenu" the main character in Scientology theory before?
I believe that everything that we can come up with or are able to create in our minds exist in a paralell reality.
So if I say the earth was created in 7 days by Santa Clause and Chuck Norris using chopsticks, this is actually "real" in a paralell reality.
However, I think there is a reality line that we have agreed upon. So we agreed that this is year 2013 and we agreed upon one history. Hope that's clear somehow :).
So in our agreement about our reality of earth, could the Scientology theory be our history? What do you think?
asked 12 Apr '13, 13:46
...except for the fact that history is always changing because Past, Present and Future are all happening in the Now.
Your experience of history might seem consistent with what your current Now seems to be but that doesn't mean it is consistent with a past Now.
Check out the way that history changes for Captain Picard and his crew and how it all seems consistent for them...
I was listening to one of the recordings from the 9D Pleiadians last year and (if I recall correctly) someone asked them why they were now talking about a race from the past as existing in a current Now history of Earth whereas on earlier recordings they said that race did not exist in a current Now history of Earth.
The Pleiadians explained that our timelines had shifted so that the race Now existed again in our history. Confused yet? :)
I think that's the problem with trying to view 5-D mechanics (where time doesn't exist) from a 3-D perspective (where time feels very real).
So regarding your Scientology question, I think the story of Xenu is just as real and valid (or even, invalid) as, say, a story about some virgin giving birth to a "son of God" in a donkey stable in the Middle East :)
There's obviously something within Scientology that attracts some people but I don't really see it as more far-fetched as the stories/myths underlying all the mainstream religions. I tend to put them all on an equally far-fetched level :)
Where I think Scientology makes life hard for itself, as compared to the other religions/cults that exist, is in their pushing against those who criticize them. Most other belief systems of this nature tend to mostly ignore their attackers but the Scientologists seem to "fight fire with fire".
It's their choice but the Law of Attraction then brings them more fire to fight, and more people to start more fires to fight :)
Well the Mormons have a good story too http://youtu.be/OtIyx687ytk?t=8m01s
answered 13 Apr '13, 06:14
L. Ron Hubbard was a science fiction writer. He made up the story about Xenu or Zenu and the theatans. Scientology is NOT a good idea for anyone. If you have any doubts about this, watch these videos... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vaL2FNMRCws I will post more in the comments below.
answered 14 Apr '13, 17:36
As far as I'm concerned most if not all religions are [read: were once] correct, just different languages and labels put on similar history lessons that became corrupted and perverted over the ages through extremely large games of 'telephone'.
I see the 'truth' in just about every work of art and story I see, just that it's being presented from another perspective.
I haven't studied enough specifics of Scientology to actually speak about specifics, but as I recall it had parallels I could easily draw to my own beliefs and understandings of reality and existence. But I can see this anywhere I look, and I'm not so sure it is because the message is actually there or simply because I want to be looking, and so I'm seeing what I wish to see, as I believe we all do.
[Edit: 06/10/13] One other thing I would point out regarding the topic of Scientology. Like them or hate them, one cannot deny they have many successful members in many positions of power. Of course much of this must stem from the inward support they get from other members, still it does make one question the idea there might be some degree of potential behind their beliefs.
I haven't studied Scientology and certainly don't know much. I used to work with a guy who was fairly high up in the Church though and was soon to be quitting his job in order to work for their office full time. He claimed to be healed of past life difficulties and emotional and physical problems from the program. He was a "clear" which means they have gone through the entire program and are deemed free from past life problems. They do believe in past lives and interactions with alien life in our past from what he told me. He was a Vietnam veteran and told me that he had been extremely "messed up, homeless and into drugs" before joining the church. Those higher up pledge thousands of years of service (so this life and into many next lives) to the church. That creeped me out and I never got any further info!
answered 12 Apr '13, 16:50
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