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From: schli@cs.tu-berlin.de (Wolfram Schlickenrieder)
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Re: Please confirm
Message-ID: <SCHLI.91Aug2155825@malung.cs.tu-berlin.de>
Date: 2 Aug 91 13:58:25 GMT
References: <SCHLI.91Jul30165518@ringebu.cs.tu-berlin.de> <18655@scorn.sco.COM>
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In-reply-to: jondr@sco.COM's message of 31 Jul 91 19:03:42 GMT

In article <18655@scorn.sco.COM> jondr@sco.COM (Dances With Voles) writes:

> > No one yet knows why schli@cs.tu-berlin.de (Wolfram Schlickenrieder) said: ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

> >There are 'classes' held by (presumably) scientologists, of which the > >attendants are made to believe that they will be (sort of) trained (in > >whatsoever subject and/or (mental?) abilities), which cost as much as > >150.000$ (the one I herad of is 265.000 german marks). > >Please confirm. If so, then please -if anyone dares- explain why.

As everyone else (except you respectively) already might have suspected, I wrote that because I wanted someone to confirm (or deny) the text you cited, as you should have seen when reading the last line. I wanted that to be done, because I *do not know* wether it is true or not. (Anyway I am not able to figure out *any* other reason you *anyone* should do that!)

> My friend's father is taking the Key To Life series of classes, and it's > going to cost him somewhere between $25,000 and $50,000 when he's > finished. > [rest deleted]

That was (at least) a good start. Thank you.

-- ...Wolfram

+-------------------------------+ | Wolfram Schlickenrieder | | Tecnical University of Berlin | | Federal Republic of Germany | | email: schli@cs.tu-berlin.de | +-------------------------------+

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