Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
From: asbestos@midway.uchicago.edu
Subject: Re: Re: Psi and Scientology
In-Reply-To: deej@cds8613.Cadence.COM's message of 22 Jul 91 20: 35:24 GMT
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References: <29880@uflorida.cis.ufl.EDU> <1991Jul22.203524.5493@cadence.com>
Date: Mon, 22 Jul 1991 23:45:56 GMT

In article <1991Jul22.203524.5493@cadence.com> deej@cds8613.Cadence.COM (Jim Howard) writes:

>In article <29880@uflorida.cis.ufl.EDU>, dirkct@pine.circa.ufl.edu >(TERRELL) writes: >> Sorry, I guess I should have been more clear. By "psi" I meant paranormal >> phenomena such as ESP, remote viewing, telekinesis, etc. What does >> scientology have to say about these things?

> These are all powers of the "theta" - powers that in many of us >have been "lost" or at least greatly supressed. The theta, in its >purest form, has great power over the MEST universe (Matter, >Energy, Space and Time).

Howls of derisive laughter.

How the hell can you believe this stuff?

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