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The Ultimate Truth
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It is the nature of truth that if one knows it, even more things get understood. The disease and decay of Asia tend to invalidate their concepts as truth and in the West, war, where soldiers saw “Gott Mit Uns” (God is with us) on the slain enemy belt buckles tended to end the domination of the churches of those times—for God could not be on both sides of such Devil’s work, or so the soldiers reasoned.

Even Christ’s great commandment of “Love thy neighbor” seems to have less force today in a world of income tax, inflation and the slaughter of civil populations in the name of peace.

So without in any way condemning or scorning any man’s beliefs, Scientology arose from the ashes of a spiritless science and again asked—and answered—the eternal questions. That the answers have the force of truth is attested by the results. Instead of the sickness of religious India, Scientologists are seldom ill. Instead of internal warfare such as the riots of Alexandria, Scientologists live in relative harmony with each other and have skills that restore relations rapidly.

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