WWLTV has a real interesting news story:
CLEARWATER, Fla. (AP) — The Church of Scientology has unveiled more than 1,000 unreleased recordings of lectures by L. Ron Hubbard and reams of corresponding writings.
They’ve been released in the culmination of a 25-year project to locate, restore and transcribe lost pieces of the Scientology founder’s work. Though sure to be derided by the church’s many critics, its followers say the materials are an opportunity to deepen understanding of their religion.
The new materials include Hubbard’s lectures and writings from courses and other sessions with Scientology ministers from 1953 to 1961.
They include discussions of how Hubbard arrived at the principles of Dianetics and his research on everything from decision-making to personal responsibility.
As noted earlier the release of the last unpublished materials is a major step for the Church of Scientology. Finally the full library of material is available for everyone. That took some doing, including the construction of two huge publishing houses, one in Los Angeles, the other one in Denmark, just outside Copenhagen, both with dozens of digital printers and CD production facilities.
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