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Re: Michael Colton’s article “Cult Film” (1/29):
1. Hubbard wrote every sort of fiction under the sun, perhaps most notably “Fear” (1941), a short short story.
2. Scientology is religion, by virtue of the definition of the word “religion.”
3. Understanding mental dysfunctions and antisocial behaviors by examining reincarnation is a religious practice thousands of years old, and besides the Bhagavad Gita (more than 5,000 years ago), little systemized knowledge has been available until Scientology.
4. Ex-members of anything whatsoever will first tell you how stupid they are, and then try to tell you something more.
5. Don’t believe everything you read on the Internet.
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Kudos on your piece on Scientologists (“Cult Film,” 1/29), our friendly neighborhood rip-off artists.