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Scientology

One of the many lesser known religions.
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Irfan Rahamattoulla

on 26 October 2012

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Transcript of Scientology

Scientology The word Scientology is derived from the Latin word scio, which means "knowing, in the fullest sense of the world," and the Greek word logos, meaning "study of." It really just means knowing how to know. What does Scientology mean? Scientology is not just something
you believe in, but something you do. In Scientology no one is asked to accept anything as belief . Whatever is true for you is what you have thought to be true. Scientology does not have a specific
holy book, but the most important two
are Dianetics:The modern science of mental health and
Scientology:A new slant on life. These books were written
by the founder of scientology, L.Ron Hubbard. What are the origins of Scientology?? L Ron Hubbard was the founder of Scientology. He
believed that there was a solution to finding out how to be the ultimate being. An immortal.
It draws on 50,000 years of wisdom, including mathematics and nuclear physics. Scientologists believe in many things, these are the prime beliefs:

Man is an immortal spiritual being.

His experience extends well beyond a single lifetime.

His capabilities are unlimited, even if they are not realized at the present. Beliefs of Scientology How many people believe in Scientology ? Based on lifetime membership it is estimated
that there are about 50,000 scientologists. Of these people,
many are actors (for some reason).Tom Cruise and Will Smith are two famous actors who are scientologists. Main symbols of Scientology Church of Scientology Cross Symbol-
This symbol is mainly used to specifically represent the Church of Scientology, and may or may not represent the practice of Scientology in general. The cross's eight points represent the eight dynamics in Scientology. Scientology Symbol: This is the symbol that is used to represent scientology. The S stands for Scientology and the ARC and KRC triangles are two important concepts in Scientology. Religious beliefs of Scientology follow the older tradition of Eastern religion dating back to the Vedic chants. Thanks for listening Hope you enjoyed the presentation ! The god of scientology is the eighth dynamic,the Supreme Being. The ARC triangle, on the bottom, represents
the knowledge that Scientology strives to reach . The KRC triangle stands for Knowledge, Responsibility and Control. Quiz! What does the eight points of the Scientology cross stand for??
Only a simple answer is needed What does the eighth dynamic stand for?? Who was the founder of Scientology?? What are the two most famous books L. Ron Hubbard wrote?? What are the names of the triangles in the Scientology symbol?? Scientology draws on how many years of wisdom?? By Irfan & Chaoyi Before we start we'd just like to say that we've had lot's of fun creating this prezi to help teach you guys a bit about Scientology and we hope that you guys will enjoy this presentation and have learnt something. Special Question

Does anybody know the real
secret of the church of scientology?
(worth 2 lollies in simple form)
(worth 3 lollies in complex form) How many people are Scientologists? This is L.Ron Hubbard
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