Scientology nearly ready to unveil Super Power

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  1. Ben W

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    By ROBERT FARLEY, Times Staff Writer
    Published May 6, 2006

    CLEARWATER - Matt Feshbach believes he has super powers. He senses danger faster than most people. He appreciates beauty more deeply than he used to. He says he outperforms his peers in the money management industry.

    He heightened his powers of perception in 1995 when he went to Los Angeles and became the first and so far only "public" Scientologist to take a highly classified Scientology program called Super Power.

    Where in L.A. did he do this?

    "Just in Los Angeles," is all Feshbach will say. Super Power is that secret.

    Under wraps for decades, Super Power now is being prepped for its eventual rollout in Scientology's massive building in downtown Clearwater. That will be the only place worldwide where the program, much anticipated by Scientologists, will be offered.

    A key aim of Super Power is to enhance one's perceptions - and not just the five senses we all know - hearing, sight, touch, taste and smell.

    Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard taught that people have 57 "perceptics." They include an ability to discern relative sizes, blood circulation, balance, compass direction, temperature, gravity and an "awareness of importance, unimportance."

    Church officials won't discuss specifics of Super Power. But Feshbach and another prominent Clearwater Scientologist who, like Feshbach, is a major donor to Super Power's building fund, provided some details in interviews with the St. Petersburg Times. A group of former Scientologists who worked for the church on a campus in California where the program was in development also described elements of it.

    Super Power uses machines, apparatus and specially designed rooms to exercise and enhance a person's so-called perceptics. Those machines include an antigravity simulator and a gyroscope-like apparatus that spins a person around while blindfolded to improve perception of compass direction, said the former Scientologists.

    A video screen that moves forward and backward while flashing images is used to hone a viewer's ability to identify subliminal messages, they said.

    Hubbard promised Super Power would improve perceptions and "put the person into a new realm of ability." He believed it would unlock abilities needed to spread Scientology across the planet.

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  2. Melanie

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    Super humans here we go again....last time was with Adolp Hitler breeding his Aryan Super Race
     
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    Yeah...

    But, in the end times there will be some wierd things going on like an image of the beast coming to life...

    Who knows, if $cientology won't have a part in supporting and bringing the beast to the fore front?

    They have the money...

    And, if some of the elitest whako hollywood member types are any indication...

    Maybe nothing...

    But, may be worth watching as well...

    SMM
     
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    Matt Feshbach has super powers. But does he change his clothes in a phone booth? [​IMG]
     
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    Blown about by "every wind of doctrine" -- scientologists are the "poster children" for that!
     
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    Scientology is such a joke. I think everybody who watched the southpark episode which dealt with Scientology asked himself how these guys can really believe this ridiculous nonsense...
     
  7. Jim1999

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    Super power,,,the Almighty Dollar!

    The have sure grabbed a hold on the multimillionaire actors and acresses!

    Cheers,

    Jim
     
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    Sounds like the X-Men. Great material for cartoons and movies.
     

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