Creed Pearson was a Scientology starting in 1979, formally quitting in 2005. Over the years he spent many thousands of dollars in a vain attempt to move forward on Hubbard’s bridge. His story is long and detailed, but for the moment let’s skip ahead until we reach the point where the dreaded doubts creep in.
I had to listen to “The State of Man Congress” for the fourth time. While listening, I noticed significant out-points. One in particular can be found on page 70 of the 1992 transcript, copyright by L Ron Hubbard Library. In the tape entitled “Zones of Control and Responsibility of Governments” Ron lectures the following:
“I remember vividly when I charged up Bunker Hill – just – what’s this all about? I was going to withold that.”
“No, my overt act
(crime, contra-survival action) against the American Government comes about with killing your favorite general, fellow by the name of Prescott, in the Battle of Breeds Hill, 1775. I wasn’t even a combatant. The rebels made a mistake of killing a friend of mine who was part of the British troops.”
Now here is the problem. The glossary of that same issue on page 153 states, “Prescott: William Prescott (1726-1795) American soldier in the Revolutionary War (1775-1783). He was commander of a body of men that were ordered to fortify Bunker Hill. Prescott, however, decided to fortify Breeds Hill since it commanded the town more effectively. As soon as the British saw the Americans in position on the morning of June 17, 1775, they opened fire, especially training their muskets on Prescott himself. Several bullets pierced his clothing but he paid no attention to them. His extraordinary coolness under fire inspired his men, and he is remembered as the major hero of the battle. See also Bunker Hill in this glossary.
No, my overt act against the American government comes about with the killing of your favorite general, fellow by the name of Prescott, in the battle of Breeds Hill, 1775 – Zones of Control and Responsibility of Governments 3 Jan. 60).
As you can see, Prescott did not die at the Battle of Breeds Hill. He didn’t die until 1795, some twenty years later. In fact, he served in the Massachusetts State legislature for two terms after the war. See http://theamericanrevolution.org/people/wpscott.asp for more details. So, Hubbard’s remark was a fabrication.
Later Creed would find that since he had made a fuss about an apparent lie or misrepresentation by Hubbard. History had been changed to suit the present neet. That is very much how things were handled in Orwell’s book, 1984. Only instead of Big Brother they now have Little Davie.
Anyway, my wife moved out, filed for divorce, and changed the phone numbers of my children so that I could not talk to them. Shortly after moving out she attended the new “Golden Age of Knowledge” event at Flag. A few days later, five boxes arrived at my house from Golden Era Productions. Contained therein were the new “Congress Lectures.” I took the liberty of opening the transcript for this new version of the “State of Man Congress.” I looked at the glossary. Sure enough, the entire reference to Prescott had been removed.
Creed began to look a little closer and harder at Scientology materials he had access to.
I obtained from Virgil’s collection an old “All About Radiation” says on the dust cover “by a Nuclear Physicist and a Medical Doctor.” In truth, LRH actually failed his only physics class at George Washington University and dropped out of college after only two years. His doctorate was from a now defunct diploma mill and isn’t worth the paper that it is written on.
Creed caught Scientology and L. Ron Hubbard in a web of lies and more lies. For that he got selected for The Order of the Boot. Of course his wife and children disconnected from him.
To read the rest of Creed’s story go here: http://www.lermanet.com/creed-pearson/
Part one of four, Creed tells his own story.