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From: peter lucey
Subject: Dr Hal Puthoff is an OTIII?
Date: Fri, 07 Jul 95 04:50:16 GMT
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When browsing through Roy Wallis' study of Scientology "The Road to
Total Freedom" I met the following quote from the Scientology publication
"The Auditor", number 64, page 5 (1971), (advertising examples
of successful people who benefited from Scientology).
"Research Assoctiate at Hanson Physics laboratory (Stanford University)
near Palo Alto, California, Dr Hal Puthoff is very much a Scientologist.
He is OT III expanded and OT VII. An author and expert on laser beam
technology, Dr Puthoff... considers Scientology an invaluable part of
both his personal and professional life and is currently busy applying
Scientology concepts to modern physics."
Is this the same Dr Puthoff who was involved in the "PSI Researches"?
I suppose that if he can swallow Xenu, glycol, volcanoes and Dakotas
then parapsychology won't cause a lump in his throat -:)
Any info on the above quote and Dr Puthoff? Was'nt he involved
withy Uri Geller?
Peter Lucey DFG-12 (uk) Knights of Xenu (KoX)