H.A.S. "Dead"; New Unit (HASI) Set Up
Annual Christmas Issue
July & August 1954
Enid, Oklahoma, U.S.A. Volume 1, Number 4
H.A.S. "Dead"; New Unit Set Up
Successor Organization Is Religious Fellowship
Formation of the Hubbard Association of Scientologists, International (HASI) to replace the Hubbard Association of Scientologists (HAS) was announced by L. Ron Hubbard during the closing sessions of the June Congress in Phoenix.
Death of the HAS, Mr. Hubbard said, was preferable to going through all the red tape and filling out the thousands of necessary forms to transfer the old organization into the new.
As far as the "field" is concerned, this will make little difference except to give auditors and schools complete security from legal interference. The new organization, the HASI, is a non-profit religious fellowship, and as such, Ron said, is entitled to the constitutional guarantees of a Supreme Court ruling that no state shall take action to prevent operation of any organization concerned with the study or advance of the human soul.
Facetiously, Ron added that the old HAS, set up for study into problems of the mind, was out of date, since Scientology has no
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What Would You Do -- If?
"What would you do with a billion dollars?"
This was one of the questions L. Ron Hubbard used at a surprise group processing session at the Phoenix Congress. One of auditors in the audience admitted he took 15 minutes before he came up with any kind of an answer, and he then decided he'd spend it.
The remainder of the session, while not recommended for either group or individual processing, might, if analyzed, answer some of man's questions as to why he has a body, why we pretend occlusion, or why we limit our capabilities.
Some of the questions follow:
If you had the body you wanted, what would you do with it?
If you had no body at all, what would you do?
If you had full perceptics, what would you do?
If you knew you were incapable of error or accident, what would you do?
If you had all your money troubles solved, what would you do?
If you knew it was utterly impossible to die, what would you do?
What would you do it ___ (You
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