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« on: July 23, 2010, 08:21:26 pm »

And... EST was based on Scientology:


This article is from the Scientology and Dianetics FAQ, by (Scientology Information Server) with numerous contributions by others.

3.4 Did "est" squirrel from Scientology?

Yes, Werner Erhard, just prior to creating est, had taken Scientology
courses and received auditing. A number of concepts and procedures in
est are very similar to Scientology; at one time, much of the terminology
was the same. In Scientology, there is an auditing procedure designed
to address difficulties a person may have had by participation in est.

Scientology and Werner Erhard

Werner Erhard studied many disciplines and practices in the 1960s, among them Scientology. Initially he had a positive response to his education in Scientology beliefs and practices.[1] He purchased books from the Church of Scientology[2] and reached the Scientological level of "Grade II".[3]
Later, the Church of Scientology listed Erhard as a "Suppressive Person".[4][5][6][7] After he left the United States, he said that Scientology agents and private investigators hired by the Church of Scientology had investigated and harassed him.[5][8][9] Scientology rejected these allegations.[10]
On 20 December 1993, Erhard's brother Harry Rosenberg, CEO of Landmark Education, called in to Larry King Live at a time when that program featured Heber Jentzsch (president of the Church of Scientology International), and said that the Church of Scientology had threatened his brother.[11] In a subsequent appearance on Larry King Live by telephone from Moscow, he claimed that he had fled the country because he believed Scientologists had hired "hit men" to kill him.[citation needed]
In more recent years, academics and the press have compared and contrasted Scientology techniques with those used in The Forum[12][13][14][15][16], the initial materials that Erhard developed[17][18][19][20][21][22][23][24]. Currently, Scientology employs a practice called the "Est Repair Rundown" to rid individuals of impurities supposedly related to the Est Training or The Forum. Landmark Education in comments to the media attributes the bad press surrounding Erhard to the Church of Scientology.[5]
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