Right I know I’ve been very anti- Scientology recently and someone recently asked me if I’d like to join the church of Scientology which I declined. The church fascinates me and I have a lot of respect for L. Ron Hubbard. I also have a lot of anger towards the man though but a lot of that can be contributed to the fact he was clearly going mad on drugs, and mad in general. In this mini-essay I’m going to explain why I believe L. Ron has managed to get right to the very heart of mental health and how the church has taken it too far.
I only read Dianetics recently, the book which Scientology is based on, and I have to admit it is one of the most influential books I’ve ever read. Now I know I haven’t read many books, and read works only by people I find extraordinary (i...
Science fiction films have been in excess in the past few years,with releases of titles such as “The fifth Element”,”Battlefield Earth”,and “Planet of the apes”. However,none of these films have had as much critic anticipation as “Artificial Intelligence (AI)”,just released in UK cinemas. The film,directed by Steven Spielberg,is based on an original screenplay from the late Stanley Kubrick (director of “The Shining” and “2001″). The film takes place in the distant future. Global warming has caused water levels to completely drown the greater percentage of the earth. Seemingly,the only major corporations left produce “mechs” or “robot people”...Read More
Well didn’t pay my hosting bill for a year so all my old blog files and sites are now obsolete. Thought I’d take the time now to improve upon the old blog. When I get time, this shall be up and running again