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Is Scientology a science?

Discussion in 'Evaluating and Criticising Scientology' started by Tom_Booth, Jun 18, 2014.

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  1. Tom_Booth

    Tom_Booth Patron with Honors

    Re: 0101010101

    Aside from... whatever

    You said earlier: "I stated that Crowley darkened 'Do what thou wilt'."

    Somehow I'm not following in what way Crowley supposedly "darkened" Rabelais' conception of Do What Thou Wilt.

    Do you mean that in general the "public perception" of Crowley is that he was a "Bad Guy" and so his name being associated with "Do What Thou Wilt" "darkens" the idea by associating it with a "Black Magician"(sic) ?

    Crowley was accused of practicing black magic. His response:

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