David Schulson Autographs, Inc. 225 West 34th St. Suite 1908 New York, NY 10122
By: e-mail [email protected]
Re: Hubbard letter in your catalog
Dear David Schulson Autographs, Inc.
You advertise as follows:
HUBBARD, L. RON. (1911-86). Founder of the religious movement known as Scientology and creator of Dianetics, a form of counseling. T.L.S., on personalized stationery with the "S" symbol of Scientology, 4to, typed envelope postmarked Los Angeles, February 17, 1976. He writes about subjects related to Scientology. "I have passed your idea on to the terminal who would be interested in such things at Celebrity Center.I have not done research into the Atlanteans Yes, I am clear.Regarding the question of the existence of a Supreme Being, I would like for you to read the data I have written on the Eighth Dynamic in my various books. Qual could help find the references." He signs in green ink above his typed name, "L. Ron Hubbard." Hubbard's religious movement is based on his form of psychological counseling discussed in his book Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health (1950). A good letter with typed envelope. $1400.00
This is 99.99999% certain NOT a letter from L. Ron Hubbard , NOT signed by him, and NOT conveying his words or sentiments.
A Scientology Organization Unit called Standing Order Number 1 (SO#1) Unit typed and signed all such letters for and purporting to be from Hubbard by the thousands. SO#1 standardly used green ink. They are all fakes.
Standing Order Number One stated: "All mail addressed to me [L. Ron Hubbard] shall be received by me." That "order" was a lie. Only when Hubbard's SO#1 lie was used by litigants to obtain service of legal process on him did the Scientology cult change their lying Standing Order Number 1.
There is no way that Hubbard wrote or signed the letter you assert is from him that is dated February 17, 1976. On that date Hubbard was in hiding, and ALL such correspondence was being handle by the SO#1 Unit. All Hubbard's actual communications on that date were handled by me personally.
You should also know that the Scientology organization has produced massive quantities of books purportedly signed by Hubbard personally, the signatures in which are also faked.
Hubbard was a fraud. Scientology is a fraud. Now you are promoting and trying to flog a fraud.
Please do your homework.
Gerry Armstrong www.gerryarmstrong.org
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