Supernatural Abilities In Scientology Doctrine
In Church of Scientology doctrine, supernatural or superhuman abilities are a recurring subject, appearing throughout Scientology and Dianetics materials, from the most basic introductory texts to the highest-level Operating Thetan information. Virtually all of these concepts were authored by the church's founder, L. Ron Hubbard, and have not been subjected to testing outside the Church.
Read more about Supernatural Abilities In Scientology Doctrine: Conquering MEST, Dianetics and Clearing, Exteriorization of Energy, Spiritual Immortality, Enhanced Health and Lifespan, Increasing Body Weight, Touch Assists, Theta Perceptics, Telepathy and Remote Viewing, Psychokinesis, Time Travel, Independent Creation of Perception, Cleared Theta Clear
Other articles related to "supernatural abilities in scientology doctrine":
... "A thetan who is completely rehabilitated and can do everything a thetan should do, such as move MEST and control others from a distance, or create his own universe a person who is able to create his own universe or, living in the MEST universe is able to create illusions perceivable by others at will, to handle MEST universe objects without mechanical means and to have and feel no need of bodies or even the MEST universe to keep himself and his friends interested in existence.". ...
Famous quotes containing the words doctrine, abilities and/or supernatural:
“You ask if there is no doctrine of sorrow in my philosophy. Of acute sorrow I suppose that I know comparatively little. My saddest and most genuine sorrows are apt to be but transient regrets. The place of sorrow is supplied, perchance, by a certain hard and proportionately barren indifference. I am of kin to the sod, and partake of its dull patience,in winter expecting the sun of spring.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“No matter what one says, you can recognize only those matters that are equal to you. Only rulers who possess extraordinary abilities will recognize and esteem properly extraordinary abilities in their subjects and servants.”
—Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe (17491832)
“This supernatural soliciting
Cannot be ill, cannot be good.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)