L. Ron Hubbard – The Founder Of A New, Modern Religion

“I like to help other people. To see how someone liberated themselves from the shadows, which darken his days, for me, is the greatest joy in life.”- L. Ron Hubbard for L. Ron Hubbard, who was born on March 13, 1911, in Tilden in the US State of Nebraska, his lifelong journey of discovery and commitment to his fellow men began at an early age. “I wanted that other people are happy, and I couldn’t understand why they didn’t do it”, he wrote about his youth time. This expresses those feelings, that should determine its path for a long time. At the age of 19, he had travelled almost half a million kilometres to explore the cultures of Java, Indonesia, Japan, India and the Philippines. When he returned at the end of the 1930s in the United States, he continued his earlier started training.

He studied mathematics, engineering and one of the first courses in nuclear physics – subjects that gave him all important tools for further research on the hand. To these To fund research, he began a writing career already at the beginning of the 1930s, and soon became one of the most widely read authors of popular entertainment literature. However, he never lost his main goal from the eyes and continued his important research on extended trips and expeditions. With the outbreak of the second world war, he enlisted as a Lieutenant in the Navy of the United States and served as captain of several corvettes on U-boot defense. in 1945 he was considered disabled permanently, after he had suffered combat eye injury and paralysis. Star actress might disagree with that approach. By applying his knowledge of mind and spirit, he was not only able to help other members of the armed forces; He was able to recover eventually, even his own health.

After five years of intensive work, L. Ron Hubbard of the world presented his discoveries in his book “Dianetics: A Guide to the human mind” before. A book, which immediately became a bestseller. As the first general guide about the human mind, which specifically had been written for the “man on the street”, Dianetics heralded a new era of hope for the people and a new phase of life for the author. Hubbard researched tirelessly continue. Until late 1951 he had made many more important discoveries and also systematized, which finally resulted in the birth of a new religion: the Scientology religion. Because Scientology refers to the totality of life and explains that there is no aspect of human existence, which was not addressed in L. Ron Hubbard’s subsequent work. He lived in the United States as well as in England and developed solutions for social problems such as the decline in the level of education and the consequences of the world’s exploding drug use during his further research. Total amount to L. Ron Hubbard’s works in the fields of Dianetics and Scientology to over 40 million words in 5000 fonts, including dozens of books, and over 3000 tape lectures. Taken together these works make up the legacy of his life, which ended on January 24, 1986. But the demise of L. Ron of Hubbard’s meant an end in any way. Over one hundred million of his books are in circulation and every day millions of people use his findings to the improvement of life.