. Bare-Faced Messiah was first published in 1986 but the Church of Scientology has successfully kept it off the shelves for 27-years
. Written by British journalist Russell Miller about Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard
. Alleges that Hubbard lied about his education and childhood in official Scientology biographies
. Claims to refute Hubbard’s assertion that he was one of the nation’s first nuclear physicists and a doctor
. During his research Miller found unpalatable opinions on Chinese people written by the teenage Hubbard
. Alleges that Hubbard would observe and documents bizarre sex rituals with a prominent Caltech rocket scientist
. Outlines how Hubbard realized branding Scientology as a religion would be better for business concerns
By Daily Mail Reporter
A book Scientologists have kept off the shelves of American book stores for 27-years that alleges church founder L. Ron Hubbard was a fantasist with a predilection for bizarre sexual rituals is finally to be published.
Written by British journalist Russell Miller in 1986, ‘Bare-Faced Messiah’ cuts a swath through the many myths the Scientologist chief built up around himself and exposes him as a charismatic charmer, who targeted celebrity devotees.
Miller alleges that Hubbard lied about his service in World War 2 and that instead of the millions of members the church claims to have – in fact only counts around 25,000 people as followers.
‘Bare-Faced Messiah: The True Story of L. Ron Hubbard’ was published around the globe, but two years of litigation from Scientologists held up the book in the United States.
Now finally, it has been printed by Silvertail Books, with a newly written introduction from Miller.
The biography goes right back to the start of Hubbard’s life in Montana, where Hubbard said he grew up breaking wild horses on his grandfather’s ranch.
However, Miller claims that Hubbard’s grandfather was a ‘small-time veterinarian who supplemented his income renting out horses and buggies from a livery barn.’…
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