"Scientology is one of the great irritating words of our time.
The conflict between the saturatedness of industrialized nations and a globally threatening apocalypse results
in man's growing desire for inner certainty and harmony, for new bearings in a mental disorientedness.
This need is being catered for worldwide by the cunning management of the Church of Scientology with a flood of
publications, to establish their pretentious claim to truth and supremacy. Is this all a fantasy? Will it blow
over soon? Or is there perhaps a core of universal truth and practical applicability to this forty years old movement?
This present book reports the historical development of scientology from an independent viewpoint, strips facist
ideologies and artifically created myths away from it, and portrays its philosophy which deals with the fundamentals
of man's existence."