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From: lfreeman@phad.hsc.usc.edu (Leny Freeman)
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Subject: Re: Psi and Scientology
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Date: 20 Jul 91 02:26:59 GMT
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In article <29850@uflorida.cis.ufl.EDU> dirkct@pine.circa.ufl.edu writes: > >Jim: > Is belief in psi phenomena a necessity for being a scientologist? That >is, can one be a scientologist and doubt the existence of these phenomena? >Dirk

Belief in psi is not a necessity and yes you can be a scientologist and doubt the existence of these phenomena.

I've been a scientologist for 18 years now and you can believe or disbelieve anything you want. Although it's highly advised that you believe what you see or experience for yourself, it's not mandatory.

"What is true for you is what you have observed yourself. And when you lose that you have lost everything." LRH

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