The history of Dianetics and Scientology began long before the publication of Hubbard’s first book in this area. L. Ron Hubbard is the founder of a modern religion, Scientology. His religious doctrine is in more than 5,000 writings, captured including dozens of books, and over 3,000 recorded lectures. Those who study his teachings and exert to achieve spiritual freedom and helping their fellow human beings, coming from all parts of society. Just a sign of the effectiveness of his teaching is the worldwide consent, which is L. Ron Hubbard including thousands of awards and recognitions of cities, associations and individuals and the unprecedented popularity of his works with people from all walks of life. But more importantly: millions of people around the world see her best friend in L.
Ron Hubbard. Although L. Ron Hubbard was long celebrated as the author, novelist and researcher, it was the publication of the book Dianetics: the Guide to the human Understood in 1950, which first drew the attention of the world on L. Ron Hubbard. This book, which marked a historical turning point, presented the first functional approach to solving the problems of the mind. It was the first glimmer of hope that the causes of irrational behavior, like war, crime and insanity, can be solved.
Dianetics can exert any person to achieve positive changes in themselves and others. As the book Dianetics was published, Dr. Frederick L. Schumann, Professor of political science at Amherst College, in the New York Times wrote: “the story is a race between Dianetics and the disaster become. The Dianetics will win if enough people are on time prompted to understand them.” Although most people probably would have been satisfied with a such achievement, Dianetics was only the beginning of L. Ron Hubbard’s search for answers. Although he had solved the mystery of the human mind, but still quite a few were Questions about the nature of man open – the missing piece of the puzzle to the long sought after “Something”, which we call life. And out of this methodical exploration of this question, the religious doctrine arose Scientology emanating from the immortality of the soul, which is the human being and not “has”. Scientology shows not only the path to greater happiness for each individual, but also offers solutions to seemingly intractable problems of our society, such as drug abuse, the decline in moral values or illiteracy. Solutions, which gave L. Ron Hubbard, once he had found themselves. The history of Dianetics and Scientology began long before the publication of Hubbard’s first book in this area. In his early youth he showed unusual determination and dedication, which at that time made him in connection with his sense of adventure the legend. His lifelong quest for knowledge and truth, that to the solution of human problems and far beyond lead, was also adventurous; because in contrast to other Philosophers who themselves were so content to look at life from an ivory tower, he knew that one can only really understand his fellows if it is part of life, moves among the diverse people and explores the remotest corners and nooks of existence. L. Ron Hubbard had some key experiences that have shaped his life. Significant milestones were on the way to his discoveries. It was a very varied and interesting life in every respect, the Hubbard led. But the real value lies in the legacy that he has left of humanity.