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Scientology stories begin differently for different people.
In my case, it starts with me reading an article…I was reading a Karate magazine in the basement of my uncle’s house when I came across an article on Dianetics.
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About half way through reading Dianetics I was became so intrigued that I called the Church of Scientology in St. I explained that I was reading Dianetics and wanted to know more, I was connected to a customer service person, who introduced himself as Ron (not Ron Hubbard, by the way) and made an appointment for me to come visit their facilities.Yet the reality of the Scientology world that I saw was filled by misadventure, censorship and futile efforts on the scale to make Scientology win for losing; there was no utopia, just constant sacrifice to the dream of a Scientology world.