Sunday, October 15, 2006

London and Saint Hill

I wish I'd made plans to go to Saint Hill this year for the IAS event.

The IAS is the International Association of Scientologists, and every year in October we celebrate the founding of the group, which took place in 1984.

The IAS is dedicated to defending and protecting the Scientology religion and accomplishing the Aims of Scientology.

The days of having to defend and protect are really over. Scientology has achieved recognition as a religion in most countries and those where it isn't official yet, the courts still recognize the religious rights of the churches and Scientologists anyway.

So most of us have turned out attention to the second part -- accomplishing the Aims of Scientology.

These aims were stated by LRH (L. Ron Hubbard) as follows:
civilization without insanity, without criminals and without war, where the able can prosper and honest beings can have rights, and where man is free to rise to greater heights.

David Miscavige is bound to be the MC. I can't remember a single IAS event when Mr. Miscavige has not been there and been the main speaker.

I've heard bits and pieces about the event and what I've hear is very exciting.

PLUS. The day after the IAS event is the grand opening of the Church of Scientology of London. This is going to be a total blockbuster event!

I'll watch it a week later at the Shrine, but I plan to find out all about it from friends who are going to be in England.

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