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From: Elizabeth.Mccoy@bbs.oit.unc.edu (Elizabeth Mccoy)
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Subject: Re: Psi and Scientology
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Date: 24 Jul 91 23:11:04 GMT
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From: robertm@alumni.colorado.edu (MONTGOMERY ROBERT PH) Message-ID: <1991Jul22.153917.18541@colorado.edu>

>In article <34423@usc.edu> lfreeman@phad.hsc.usc.edu (Leny Freeman) writes: >>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

>It's not mandatory, but you lose everything. It sure is nice to have a >choice! :-)

Oh, I don't think *that's* what's meant -- more like, if you don't trust at least *some* of your senses, you either go/have gone round the bend, or you're a *great* target for those who prey on the gullible. If you don't want to believe you're reading this, that's your business. <she said, edging away from the wild-eyed madman... ;-) >

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