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Discover Who L. Ron Hubbard Really Was

Lafayette Ronald Hubbard was born on 13th of March 1911 in Tilden, Nebraska (USA). He spent his childhood on a ranch in Montana.

 

From the age of 14 to 18 years old, he traveled throughout Asia (his father was in the US Army) and young Ron came into contact with Chinese and Hindu monks and thus, with Eastern philosophies.

 

He began to explore the spiritual nature of the human beings. He returned to the United States at the age of 19 and enrolled at George Washington University to study engineering.

L. Ron Hubbard in the years 1960

As an integral part of his studies, he participated in one of the first nuclear physics courses. He earned his living during his studies and later, as a professional writer. He succeeded in his study of the human mind and wrote an unpublished book.
 

"Everything you have always dreamed of changing or modifying can be changed with Dianetics and Scientology!"
– L. Ron Hubbard

 

During his youth, he participated in various explorations, sometimes as the expedition leader. During World War II his spiritual studies were interrupted. In 1944 he was stationed in the Philippines.

 

In 1950, he published “Dianetics – The Modern Science of Mental Health” a book on the anatomy of the human mind in which he gives the precise method of how to resolve the traumatic experiences of life.

 

The Dianetics Foundation was created in order to continue more in depth research of the human mind.

 

And from there, leading in an increasingly spiritual direction to a new philosophy called “Scientology”. Its purposes and techniques aimed at improving the abilities of the human spirit. Scientology was a huge success and in a few years, a global organization had to be set up to coordinate and ensure the correct application of this new technology.

 

In 1966, L. Ron Hubbard retreated from his official responsibilities in the organization to dedicate more time to his research, which he had conducted continuously since 1950. He delegated his previous responsibilities to others. Unfortunately the organization he founded and its original purpose was increasingly undermined over time.

 

The circumstances of L. Ron Hubbard’s death including the exact date of his death has not been established.

 

His work and writings are timeless and are a gift to humanity – forever!

Origin of Free Zone

The Origin of the Free Zone

 

Early on, L. Ron Hubbard had a premonition of what could happen with the church of Scientology and he himself warned:

 

"… And then someday – me gone, other guys gone – all of a sudden there sits this thing, this organization. And somebody has to rise up and say, “Auditors of the world, unite; overthrow this monster!” And everybody would see it go down very plainly, you see. Down it’d go.

 

"Then they’d say, “Fine! Now we are free.” And they would get another handful of letters cancelling their certificates. I try to look far enough in the future to forecast and predict what might be, so as to not do too many things wrong. You must allow me some percentage. And as I look into the future, I see that we are handling here, material of a potential control and command over mankind which must not be permitted at any time to become the monopoly or the tool of the few to the danger and disaster of the many. And maybe in this I am simply being overly proud, conceited or optimistic. But I would never for a moment step back from the role of being conceited just to be approved of, or just to be wrong in a prediction.

 

"And I believe that prediction is right. And I believe that the freedom of the material which we know and understand is guaranteed only by a lightness of organization, a maximum of people, good training and good, reliable, sound relay of information. And if we can do these things, we will win. But if we can’t do these things, sooner or later the information which we hold will become the property of an untrustworthy few." – L. Ron Hubbard Lecture 15, lecture ASMC-15, 6 June 1955

 

Ernie Martin, a close associate of L. Ron Hubbard and someone who was responsible for the security of the Hubbard family, unequivocally claimed that L. Ron Hubbard said emphatically, in the early ’70s, that if the church of Scientology became increasingly difficult and even impossible to live with, he should leave and start again under the name of “Free Zone”.

 

Bill Robertson also stated that L. Ron Hubbard had told him the same thing.

 

Since the beginning of the ’80s it had effectively become impossible to work in any way whatsoever with the church of Scientology; Bill Robertson and Ernie Martin left the church and did what L. Ron Hubbard said.

 

Bill Robertson moved to Europe, where he lived in Germany, Switzerland and France and also in other countries that responded to the call and the Ron’s Org Network was established.

 

The terms “Ron’s Org” and “Free Zone” are synonymous to some extent. “RON’S (Org)” is an acronym for Ron’s Organization and Network for Standard Technology.

 

The “Free Zone” further refers to the overall movement as such and includes many members who have withdrawn from the church of Scientology.

The Alternative to the Church of Scientology

A distinction must be made between the original teaching of Scientology, the so-called church of Scientology and the Ron’s Org as the alternative to the church of Scientology. Just as there is a clear distinction between Christianity, the Inquisition and the various Christian churches.

 

At the Ron’s Org, you will find the original Scientology as developed and written by L. Ron Hubbard. The Ron’s Org is not only the real alternative to the church of Scientology, it is Scientology. We no longer consider what the church of Scientology offers as being Scientology.

 

The Ron’s Org is a quiet and safe environment where you can be yourself, learn, talk, ask, laugh, make friends and much more. The Ron’s Org is a tolerant place.

 

The Ron’s Org is explicitly distinguished from the official and unofficial organizations of the church of Scientology. The Office for the protection of the Constitution of Baden-Württemberg found that the Ron's Org did not pursue any unconstitutional purpose and did not belong to the church of Scientology.

 

Ideas and not battles mark the forward progress of Mankind. Individuals and not masses form the culture of the race. "Science of Survival" – L. Ron Hubbard

The Alternative
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It was the wish of L. Ron Hubbard to offer a free available and functioning method with which everyone can free himself from unconscious compulsions.

 

The Ron's Org Network successfully implements this intention every day. Everyone can develop his potential, improve himself and use the techniques of Scientology for the benefit of all.

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