The covert character assassination of Gaye & Ernest Corbett

Scientologists back in comm

When you think of Scientology in South Africa and its history here you think of certain people that have become synonymous with the subject.

Gaye & Ernest Corbett are two of those names. Going back about 40 years they have always been a part of the community and contributing. Ernest has been a popular speaker on OT, Admin Scale & Admin tech. You couldn’t find two people more supportive of people, Scientologists and their local church of Scientology.

They have trained, they have travelled the length of the Bridge as it is available in Scientology today. They have been in the trenches and fought with the best of us. Not that they are without their faults, of course not. But no one can be in any doubt that they contributed to Scientology and they contributed to LRH.

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Can’t apply

Life, the Universe and LRHs Bridge

misapply

By Tom M.

There are always some around who try their darnest to prove that Scientology doesn’t work. These people want us all to think that the technology of L Ron Hubbard is destructive in nature.  Huh? I, for one, never found that to be true. What I have found is that LRH is a humanitarian and by studying his technology I have learned that he not only loves his fellow man, but he has dedicated his life to making it out of this trap for himself and then others.

There is no way that a touch assist is evil. There is no way that a Nerve Assist traps people. There is no way that running a Two-Way Communication process makes people worse. But somehow a few cats want us to think that the tech of LRH is bad somehow.

What I have seen is that the technology of LRH in the…

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Anastasia Volochkova “Adiemus”

Each Adiemus album is a collection of song-length pieces featuring harmonised vocal melody against an orchestra background. There are no lyrics as such, instead the vocalists sing syllablesand ‘words’ invented by Jenkins. However, rather than creating musical interest from patterns of phonemes (as in scat singing, or in numerous classical and crossover compositions), the language of Adiemus is carefully stylised so as not to distract the listener’s attention from the pitch and timbre of the voice. Syllables rarely end in consonants, for example. In this respect it is similar to Japanese and several other languages. The core concept of Adiemus is that the voice should be allowed to function as nothing more than an instrument, an approach that has become something of a trend in recent choral writing (compare, for example Vangelis‘s score for the film 1492: Conquest of Paradise (1992), or “Dogora”, a symphonic suite by French composer Étienne Perruchon). The word Adiemus itself resembles the Latin word ‘adeamus’ meaning ‘let us approach’ (or “let us submit a cause to a referee”).[1] Jenkins has said he was unaware of this. Perhaps even more appropriately, the song title also resembles two forms of the Latin verb ‘audire’ (to hear), i.e. ‘audiemus’ (we shall hear) and ‘audiamus’ (let us hear).

Contributions to the site welcome

Pierre-Ethier-L12I just wanted to drop you a note and thank you for such a great website. It is truly an oasis in the madness of the Independent field for me. I hope you are doing well. I do look forward to seeing you one day soon. Flourish and prosper, my friend. You are appreciated and admired for the work you do by those of us who want real LRH Tech, not less. That said, I am working on a little idea to contribute to your site. I’ll send that idea along to you to look at. Meanwhile, lots of love and best wishes.

(signed)