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  The IRS removes the C of S of California from the roster of tax exempt organizations.
The IRS says it is a for-profit business that enriches church officials. (15)

United States Claim Court - Case No. 581-88T
Church of Spiritual Technology vs United States


How do they know that? Obviously someone on the inside gave them financial data.
Who was their plant/informant? The point is - this shows they infiltrated the church.

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  Early 1967

Early in 1967, Hubbard flew to Las Palmas, and Virginia Downsborough, who cared for him after his arrival, was astonished that he was existing almost totally on a diet of drugs. For three weeks Hubbard was bedridden, while Downsborough weaned him off this diet.

The Enchanter, a 50-foot Bermuda ketch, sailed to meet him in Las Palmas. Her dedicated Scientologist crew of nineteen were known as the Sea Project. Their formation and their departure from England were highly secretive. The Hubbard Explorational Company started to draw $15,000 per month from the Church of Scientology of California. The Church also paid $125,000 into one of Hubbard's Swiss accounts.

From Las Palmas, having just forgiven Scientology $13 million, Hubbard issued orders that every Org set up an "LRH Good Will Repayment Account" at their local bank. Executives who failed to set up such an account would be dismissed as thieves. Hubbard also ordered the Church of Scientology to buy Saint Hill from him.

A Piece of Blue Sky by Jon Atack


The LRH letter to MSH that he was using drugs to research OT III, and RJ 67 wherein LRH says he injured himself researching OT III, lend credence to Virginia's statement that LRH was on drugs and bedridden.

25 Feb
  25 c. February 1967

Virginia Downsborough, who is on the Enchanter when it arrives in Las Palmas (with Captain Bill Robertson) says they get LRH a room in a motel, and that she later goes to visit him, to see what she can do for him. She says:

When I went in to his room there were drugs of all kinds everywhere. He seemed to be taking about sixty thousand different pills. I was appalled, particularly after listening to all his tirades against drugs and the medical profession. There was something very wrong with him, but I didn't know what it was except that he was in a state of deep depression; he told me he didn't have any more gains and he wanted to die. That's what he said:

"I want to die".
Russell Miller, book: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 16
Captain Bill Robertson debrief

28 Feb
  An annual report for HASI, Inc. is notarized in England for fiscal year ending 30 April 1966. Signatories are L. Ron Hubbard as President and Mary Sue Hubbard as Secretary.

Arizona Corporations Commission records - HASI Annual Report


Virginia Downsborough, in BFM, vows that, on this date, LRH is at Las Palmas, in the Canary Islands, in a state of "deep depression', wishing he could die, and taking 'about sixty thousand different pills'. (See entries for 25 February 1967.) So, is Virginia telling a lie?

06 Mar
  On March 6, 1967, Kenneth Robinson made a further statement about Scientology in the House of Commons:

I do not want to give the impression that there is anything illegal in the offering by unskilled people of processes intended in part to relieve or remove mental disturbance . . . provided that no claim is made of qualified medical skill .... What they do, however, is to direct themselves deliberately towards the weak, the unbalanced, the immature, the rootless and the mentally or emotionally unstable; to promise them remolded, mature personalities and to set about fulfilling the promise by means of untrained staff, ignorantly practicing quasi-psychological techniques, including hypnosis...

A Piece of Blue Sky by Jon Atack

-- Apr
  Business was still fair, and the Scientology Church in Britain showed a total income of £457,277 for the year ending April 1967 (an average of almost £9,000 per week). Hubbard gave the following instructions to his subordinates a few months later:

The real stable datum in handling tax people is NEVER VOLUNTEER ANY INFORMATION .... The thing to do is to assign a significance to the figures before the government can .... I normally think of a better significance than the government can. I always put enough errors on a return to satisfy their bloodsucking appetite and STILL come out zero. The game of accounting is just a game of assigning significance to figures. The man with the most imagination wins.

True to these maxims, the 1966-1967 accounts contained several creative designations for expenditure. Directors' fees stood at only £2,914, but £39,426 was justified as "provision for bad debts," and an astonishing £70,000 as "expenditure of United States Mailing List and Promotion." The previous year, £80,000 had been charged under this heading. In 1967-1968 the figure was again £70,000.

A Piece of Blue Sky by Jon Atack

01 Apr
  1 c. April 1967

A decision is returned 'for the government' in the case of the FDA e-meter raid on FCDC.

Paulette Cooper, book: The Scandal of Scientology

22 Apr
  LRH sends a dispatch to Saint Hill regarding the importance of security:

When you have had the close calls I have had in intelligence through security failures, you begin to believe there is something in the subject. I was once in 1940 ordered out on a secret mission by the US to a hostile foreign land with whom we were not yet at war. It was vital to mask my purpose there. It would have been fatal had I been known to have been a naval officer.

On a hunch I didn't leave at once and the following day the US sent a letter to me that, had I left, would have been forwarded to me in that land, addressing me with full rank and title, informing me to wear white cap covers after April 15 in Washington. Had I departed, that letter, following me, would have sentenced me to death before a firing squad!

Russell Miller, book: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 16

Falsehood by LRH - he was not commissioned into the US Navy until July 1941.

01 Jul
  1 c. July 1967

A 'Trial Examiner' rules that FCDC fails to qualify as a corporation "organized and operated entirely for religious purposes." The case concerns the four year period of 1956-1959, when FCDC reportedly made $758,982 and allegedly paid L. Ron Hubbard more than $100,000 plus the use of a car and a home, along with some unexplained payments to his family, and in some cases ten percent of the gross income of 'the various groups'.

Paulette Cooper, book: The Scandal of Scientology

20 Sep
  On September 20, Hubbard spoke of his new Sea Org, and the release of OT 3, in a lecture taped in Las Palmas. Scientologists call this lecture "RJ 67" for "Ron's Journal 1967."

OT 3 concerned an incident which he said occurred "on this planet, and on the other seventy-five planets which form this Confederacy, seventy-five million years ago."

In a 1967 tape announcing the release of OT3 Hubbard had this to say:

I have probably done something on the order of a century of research in the very few years since 1963, and can advise you now that I have completed any and all of the technology required from wog to OT...

The mystery of this universe and this particular area of the universe has been, as far as its track is concerned, completely occluded... is so occluded that if anyone tried to penetrate it, as I am sure many have, they died. The material involved in this sector is so vicious that it is carefully arranged to kill anyone if he discovers the exact truth of it. So, in January and February of this year I became very ill, almost lost this body and somehow or other brought it off, and obtained the material and was able to live through it. I am very sure that I was the first one that ever did live through any attempt to attain that material.

In RJ 67, Hubbard spoke of an international conspiracy to destroy Scientology. From the early days Hubbard had felt that a group of "vested interests" was trying to keep both Dianetics and Scientology down. It was vital for the Conspiracy which dominated the affairs of the world to crush Scientology. Hubbard claimed that his wife, the Guardian, had unearthed the highest level of the Conspiracy, the ten or dozen men who determined the fate of Earth:

"They are members of the Bank of England, and other higher financial circles. They own and control newspaper chains, and they are all, oddly enough, directors in all the mental health groups in the world." Newspaper baron Cecil King was one of the ten (or twelve). Hubbard also claimed that the then Prime Minister of Britain, Harold Wilson, was controlled by these men, as were many other heads of state.

A Piece of Blue Sky by Jon Atack


The development of NOTs in the late 1970's is one example that he did not have all the technology required to make an OT in 1967.

Falsehood by LRH that he has completed any and all of the technology required from wog to OT...


In the United States the Illuminati conspiracy was primarily advanced by Robert Welch, the 1958 founder of the John Birch Society.

How the Illuminati conspirators became major players in what LRH perceived as the global and later the intergalactic plot against him and his organization is an area I am currently researching and I have several books on the subject on order.

I was present at the FCDC when the RJ 67 tape was played for the staff and selected members of the public. LRH's conspiracy story about the Illumaniti Society came as no surprise to me as I was well aware of the source from which the he derived it. The major change is that he had added an intergalactic twist to the story and incorporated it into the cosmology of OT3.

In subsequent years I had the chance to discuss this with several FCDC staff from the 1960s and 1970s. While LRH was in St Hill in the 1960s, the Organization Secretary at FCDC received large volumes of books and materials from the John Birch Society and
forwarded it to LRH at St Hill. So it would appear that LRH, at least, had the opportunity to acquaint himself with the Illuminati story and this conspiracy theory has been an integral part of the Scientology world view since at least the late 1960s.

Post by Joe Harrington to COSinvestigations


It is a FUNDAMENTAL of intelligence to pinpoint and IDENTIFY the enemy.

The IDENTIFICATION of the SOURCE of international attacks belongs to intelligence.

The above time track entry shows this was done, but then there is no follow through by the Guardian's Office to handle. Why did the PR bureau not act to expose them? Why did the Legal Bureau not act to sue them?

Instead of handling the SOURCE of international attacks, the Guardian's Office acts like a bully and beats up on small fry critics. This is also a wrong solution because it is the type of solution that never ends, called "out-point correct", in the Data Series policies.

Correct Target by identifying the SOURCE of International attacks - LRH
Correct Importance by identifying the SOURCE of International attacks - LRH

Omitted action against the SOURCE of International Attacks -

LRH, MSH, Guardian's Office, OSA, RTC

01 Oct
  Autumn 1967

By autumn 1967, Hubbard was living in a villa on Las Palmas, adding the final touches to the OT 3 Course, and putting the Sea Organization (as the Sea Project had become) through its paces. On Las Palmas he tested out his "Awards and Penalties" for Ethics Conditions on the Sea Org. The penalties for lower Conditions included deprivation of sleep for a set time (often several days), and the assignment of physical labor. Hubbard boasted in a September Policy Letter that penalties in the Sea Org were "much worse" than those for the other Scientology Orgs. The milder non-Sea Org penalty for Non-Existence required that an offender "Must wear old clothes. May not bathe. Women must not wear makeup or have hairdo's. Men may not shave. No lunch hour is given and such persons are expected not to leave the premises. Lowest pay with no bonuses."

A Piece of Blue Sky by Jon Atack
HCOPL, "Conditions, Awards, Penalties," 27 September 1967 (not in Organization Executive Course)

06 Oct
  A larger vessel had been purchased, and sailed with an inexperienced crew to meet Hubbard at Las Palmas. The Avon River was a 414-ton trawler.

On Las Palmas, the crew of the Avon River became guinea pigs for Hubbard's most advanced "research" into Ethics, or Heavy Ethics, as it came to be known. New lower Ethics Conditions were issued, each with a series of steps.

The Avon River's radio operator was ordered by Hubbard to remain awake until a new radio had arrived and been fitted on the bridge. The radio arrived after five days, the operator having complied with the "Commodore's" order. Hubbard seemed obsessed with sleep deprivation.

On October 6, new Formulas were issued for the Ethics Conditions. Twelve days later, Hubbard issued "Penalties for Lower Conditions" ...

A Piece of Blue Sky by Jon Atack

-- Nov
  In November, the Hubbard Explorational Company bought the Royal Scotsman, which for some years had been an Irish Channel cattle ferry, which weighed in at 3,280 tons, eight times the tonnage of the Avon River.

A Piece of Blue Sky by Jon Atack

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