L. Ron Hubbard

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Ron Hubbard once wrote: “to understand the life you must be part of life. You must get up and look; You must penetrate into the cracks and crevices of existence, and you must have met all kinds and types of people, before you finally can determine what is man.” His interest in the human mind was originally lit with Freud in Vienna as he at the age of twelve by Commander Joseph C. Thompson – a former student of psychoanalysis and the first naval officer of the United States, studied – was introduced in this area. Although L. Ron Hubbard rejected the theories of Freud as impractical and ineffective, he nevertheless came to a conclusion that Central for his: “You can do something in the mind.” As L. Ron Hubbard continued his search in Asia, he became one of the few Americans, was granted access to the sacred Tibetan Lama monasteries in the Western hills of China.

He studied many of the Scriptures. Despite all the legendary wisdom of the East, he encountered but bitter poverty and despair. So he could draw only the conclusion: “Know that is locked in musty books, is for anyone of use and therefore of no value if it cannot be used.” After his return to the United States, L. Ron Hubbard at the George Washington pursued University studies of in engineering, mathematics, and the nuclear physics; all fields of study, who later gave him good service during his philosophical investigations.