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Who is L. Ron Hubbard?

October 10, 2007 Leave a comment

L. Ron Hubbard was a writer, philosopher and humanitarian who founded the Scientology religion. He passed away on January 24, 1986.

As a prolific and popular author, Mr. Hubbard is best known for his works on Dianetics and Scientology—which include 18 volumes of technical writings, 12 volumes of administrative works and more than 3,000 taped lectures describing various aspects of Scientology. He also wrote on the subjects of education, drug rehabilitation, morals, art and many other areas.

A remarkable man of many accomplishments, his legacy includes:

A drug rehabilitation program that has freed more than 250,000 people from the scourge of drugs. Today, this program is administered by Narconon International in 50 centers in 21 countries.

A Study Technology that is used today in 29 countries and on 6 continents, ranging from China to the black townships of South Africa and the inner cities of the United States. More than three million people around the world have attained literacy through the work of the organization that administers this technology, Applied Scholastics International.