posted on Mar, 6 2005 @ 01:35 AM
Originally posted by smallpeeps
My question is, what was Ginsberg's attempt at religion? Did he even try to write a 'Dianetics' type book?
Ginsberg was much, much too high to actually organize people into any type of structured social set. More than that, I don't actually think he ever
believed in anything at all, so he wouldn't very well be able to convince others that they should believe something. Right?
Originally spewed forth thoughtlessly by theRiverGoddess, to whom I will eventually answer in person for the insolence below.
There are GOOD things to be found in the Scientology methods......they have helped alot of poeple uncover old traumas.
Differant folks choose differant paths on the road to enlightenment.
Dianetics is just a method some folks have chosen. Its works for them....~go for it!~ I say.
You know what, pretty lady? Religion is a crutch, and those who seek out one such as Scientology are simply too weak to belong to an actual community
people. When scientologists pretend to relate to each other and the world around them, they are doing so from their own twisted sense
of un-reality. Scientology is nothing more than a platform to justify mass denial. For one to feel good about one's self based on this platform is
only to invite the inevitable disappointment to which denial always leads.
Love ya sweetie!
[edit on 6-3-2005 by DeltaChaos]