Last week I posed a question — why doesn’t scientology use some of its billions to incentivize becoming an auditor in pursuit of clearing the planet .
One of our eagle-eyed readers was prompted to pose the question — how about making the books and lectures cheaper and more accessible? Hubbard tells his followers that for every 35 books in the hands of the public it will make one scientologist.
In today’s world — ALL his books and all the lectures could be put on digital media for a few dollars.
They are willing to do it with Hubbards fiction as you can see below.
The technology existed years ago. Instead Miscavige spent tens of millions of dollars on CD production facilities and enormous printing presses to print books. He proudly presented this to the sheeple as a magnificent accomplishment that would bust open the doors of planetary dissemination (until it didn’t and the KCET studios would be required for that, but now that has accomplished absolutely nothing no doubt the LRH Hall will be required along with a horse and buggy stable for door to door delivery of mailings).
All the books, charts, illustrations, past and present would fit on a single $5 USB drive. All the lectures may need 3 USB drives. Everything for $20 for all the people’s of earth to study and apply the technology of salvaging mankind…
That’s a fast way to get the tech out to everyone.
What is the reason this has not been done?
That’s easy — there is no profit to be made…