WHAT IS SCIENTOLOGY ?
Scientology is a religion that offers a path to full self realization and spiritual awareness and ability. The word Scientology means “the study of knowledge” or literally “knowing how to know”. Scientology follows the older Eastern traditions of religious philosophy dating back 10,000 years to the Vedic Hymns: that one is in a state brotherhood with the universe and that spiritual enlightenment comes through increasing knowledge of one’s self. Through this process one comes to fully understand themselves, others and the universe and ultimately your relationship to the Creator. You can also take an online tour and find out the answer to the question “What is Scientology?”
Scientology is a personal journey and encompasses all of life. In Scientology you will find answers to the big questions in life such as Who am I really? Where am I going? What happens when I die? Am I just a body or is there more to existence than this life and the physical universe?
NEW SCIENTOLOGY BROCHURE PROMOTES LITERACY & EDUCATION
Written on Wednesday, 13 March 2013 09:02
The Church of Scientology spotlights Applied Scholastics in a new publication. Applied Scholastics provides tools to reverse declining educational trends through the technology of study developed by L. Ron Hubbard.
Scientologists support Human Rights
Written on Friday, 08 February 2013 12:05
Around Australia, Scientologists mobilized in support of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on December 10, Human Rights Day—the 64th anniversary of its adoption by the United Nations General Assembly.
In Sydney, Scientologists organized a Youth for Human Rights Freedom Walk from Milson Point Train Station to Sydney Harbor Bridge. They carried hundreds of helium balloons and placards listing out the articles of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Australian Scientology Volunteer Ministers lead an international relief team bringing succour to the survivors of the Great East Japan Earthquake
More than 300 Scientology Volunteer Ministers travelled to Tohoku (North Japan), which was hit by massive tsunamis caused by the Great East Japan Earthquake to provide care and assistance to officials and survivors. The disaster left many cities of Tohoku devastated and more than 400,000 people were left homeless.