L Ron Hubbard Life Exhibition

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  • 6331 Hollywood Blvd Ste 100

    Los Angeles, CA 90028

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  • 323-960-3511

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9:30 AM TO 10:00 PM

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Make not mistake: there is no short way to describe L. Ron Hubbard. This man not only is the founder of Scientology but has lived many lives, as an aviator, as fiction writer, as a mariner, as a soldier and many more. A visit to the

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Make not mistake: there is no short way to describe L. Ron Hubbard. This man not only is the founder of Scientology but has lived many lives, as an aviator, as fiction writer, as a mariner, as a soldier and many more. A visit to the

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I live down the street and passed by this exhibition several times a week for the last year. Peeked into it today, here is my 2 cents: If you want to find out about the Scientology founder Hubbard, this is the place where they show you his

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I live down the street and passed by this exhibition several times a week for the last year. Peeked into it today, here is my 2 cents: If you want to find out about the Scientology founder Hubbard, this is the place where they show you his

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A friendly place and staff are always willing to answer any question about L. Ron Hubbard.

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A friendly place and staff are always willing to answer any question about L. Ron Hubbard.

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Lets all be honest here and not fool ourselves: No one is going to go to this exhibition unless they are a Scientologist or brought along as a Scientologist companion, or at the very least a social observer.

The churches portrayal of the man is obviously as a saviour to mankind with a perfect background etc.. etc... How else would innocent people get convinced to give away their lives, money, children etc etc... to an organisation which keeps them in the dark about where their spiritual progress is going.

There is no greater tech than a true and open heart. It costs nothing and can surely see this scam awaiting.

I'd go just to see the last great 20th century cult in action before it falls if i was you.

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★☆☆☆☆

Lets all be honest here and not fool ourselves: No one is going to go to this exhibition unless they are a Scientologist or brought along as a Scientologist companion, or at the very least a social observer.

The churches portrayal of the man is obviously as a saviour to mankind with a perfect background etc.. etc... How else would innocent people get convinced to give away their lives, money, children etc etc... to an organisation which keeps them in the dark about where their spiritual progress is going.

There is no greater tech than a true and open heart. It costs nothing and can surely see this scam awaiting.

I'd go just to see the last great 20th century cult in action before it falls if i was you.

Pros: cheap

Cons: expensive

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I have visited and toured the L Ron Hubbard Life Exhibit three times.

In fact my daughter worked there some years ago. She handled some of the exhibits technically and she sometimes conducted the exhibit tour for visiting public.

As it turns out the staff there tend to be young, pretty scientology "Sea Org" members in a unit known as the "Commodore's Messengers". They usually work 7 days a week more than 80 hours a week and under highly abusive conditions. Their purpose is to be a front for organized scientology and get people into scientology.

They are virtually slave labor who are often disconnected from their families, screamed at, threatened if the exhibit does not make more scientologists and the like.

My daughter fled the exhibit staff life with another young woman and drove across the country to be with me under fear that she would be forced into a scientology labor camp that they call the "Rehabilitation Project Force" for having the nerve to leave without authorization or to even consider leaving.

After they escaped and she was driving to meet me on the US's east coast, I was called and threatened by a senior member of the Exhibit's staff saying I had to disown my daughter and tell her she had no home to come back to if she did not first go back to them for punishment. I was told that as a scientologist I would lose all my friends and be thrown out of scientology if I supported my daughter.

It was that moment where I left scientology forever. My daughter escaped, arrived safely home and is now doing very well in life as an airline pilot no thanks to organized scientology who coerced her into quitting school, tried to get her to abandon her family and put her through constantly abusive and inhuman working conditions.

I think anyone who may wish to support this front for organized scientology should first know the true story of what is behind the L Ron Hubbard Life Exhibit and how it abuses its young staff in order to get people into scientology.

Larry Brennan

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★☆☆☆☆

I have visited and toured the L Ron Hubbard Life Exhibit three times.

In fact my daughter worked there some years ago. She handled some of the exhibits technically and she sometimes conducted the exhibit tour for visiting public.

As it turns out the staff there tend to be young, pretty scientology "Sea Org" members in a unit known as the "Commodore's Messengers". They usually work 7 days a week more than 80 hours a week and under highly abusive conditions. Their purpose is to be a front for organized scientology and get people into scientology.

They are virtually slave labor who are often disconnected from their families, screamed at, threatened if the exhibit does not make more scientologists and the like.

My daughter fled the exhibit staff life with another young woman and drove across the country to be with me under fear that she would be forced into a scientology labor camp that they call the "Rehabilitation Project Force" for having the nerve to leave without authorization or to even consider leaving.

After they escaped and she was driving to meet me on the US's east coast, I was called and threatened by a senior member of the Exhibit's staff saying I had to disown my daughter and tell her she had no home to come back to if she did not first go back to them for punishment. I was told that as a scientologist I would lose all my friends and be thrown out of scientology if I supported my daughter.

It was that moment where I left scientology forever. My daughter escaped, arrived safely home and is now doing very well in life as an airline pilot no thanks to organized scientology who coerced her into quitting school, tried to get her to abandon her family and put her through constantly abusive and inhuman working conditions.

I think anyone who may wish to support this front for organized scientology should first know the true story of what is behind the L Ron Hubbard Life Exhibit and how it abuses its young staff in order to get people into scientology.

Larry Brennan

Pros: I honestly cannot think of one other than it is clean

Cons: very abusive to its young staff

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Great exhibit. I really found out who L. Ron Hubbard really was. This was great. I love being able to find out for myself what something is and this exhibit really gave me a way of doing that.

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★★★★★

Great exhibit. I really found out who L. Ron Hubbard really was. This was great. I love being able to find out for myself what something is and this exhibit really gave me a way of doing that.

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If you want to see made-up info about the founder of a dangerous cult, then this is the place for you!
You can buy some books, and maybe take a stress test. And be sure to give them your personal information or buy your book with a credit card so that the cult can send you propaganda in the mail until you move...
Oh, and wave to all of the cameras taking your picture.
For extra fun, ask the folks working there about Xenu, body thetans and asbestos on the Freewinds.
Better yet, don't go in at all and save the $300,000 plus that Scientology wants to get from you.

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★☆☆☆☆

If you want to see made-up info about the founder of a dangerous cult, then this is the place for you!
You can buy some books, and maybe take a stress test. And be sure to give them your personal information or buy your book with a credit card so that the cult can send you propaganda in the mail until you move...
Oh, and wave to all of the cameras taking your picture.
For extra fun, ask the folks working there about Xenu, body thetans and asbestos on the Freewinds.
Better yet, don't go in at all and save the $300,000 plus that Scientology wants to get from you.

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a very well educated staff, with real talk and teaching for us in this day and age. extremely clean and well kept exhibition, evey wall and detail well preserved for the sight seer, or the hungry thoughts. i was treated very respected and the others in our tour were also. the amount of knowledge that is displayed is a real masterpiece for a man to achieve in a life time, i am a very energetic and hardworking man, but in comparrison to the accompishment on display, left me fealling like i need to do much more for our fellow man. thanks for the understanding

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★★★★★

a very well educated staff, with real talk and teaching for us in this day and age. extremely clean and well kept exhibition, evey wall and detail well preserved for the sight seer, or the hungry thoughts. i was treated very respected and the others in our tour were also. the amount of knowledge that is displayed is a real masterpiece for a man to achieve in a life time, i am a very energetic and hardworking man, but in comparrison to the accompishment on display, left me fealling like i need to do much more for our fellow man. thanks for the understanding

Pros: very well kept and wonderful staff.

Cons: should buy a book and study or miss out.

 

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