Monday, March 15, 2010

Scientology Believes and the What is the E-Meter

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Good information on the E-Meter: Carnegie Mellon, SCC

An E-meter is an electronic device used during Dianetics and Scientology auditing. The device is a variation of a Wheatstone bridge, which measures electrical resistance. It is formally known as the Hubbard Electrometer, for the Church's founder, L. Ron Hubbard. Critics point to a lack of scientific basis for the E-meter and associated practices.

The Church of Scientology restricts the use of the E-meter to trained professionals, treating it as "a religious artifact used to measure the state of electrical characteristics of the 'static field' surrounding the body". The meter is believed to reflect or indicate whether or not a person has been relieved from spiritual impediment of past experiences. It can only be used by Scientology ministers or ministers-in-training and does not diagnose or cure anything. The E-meters used by the Church of Scientology are manufactured at the Church of Scientology's Golden Era Productions facility. ~Wikipedia~
What a beautiful logo? Its 2 pyramid shaped triangles and a a capital "S", as in SNAKE....

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