Ask the Scientologist: Scientology Results

Scientology Results

mir·a·cle (mĭr’ə-kəl) n.

1. An event that appears inexplicable by the laws of nature and so is held to be supernatural in origin or an act of God.

The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition

* L. Ron Hubbard referred to the “miracles” produced by Scientology. He claimed that Scientology could produce results that would appear to be miracles to non-Scientologists.

Much of the hard-core belief in Scientology is based on this premise that Scientology regularly and predictably produces “miracles”. Scientologists will brazenly make that claim with no qualms. They quite believe this.

Oh really?

And is this claim made from personal knowledge? Have these Scientologists actually experienced some kind of “miracle”?


What most Scientologists have experienced is times of more happiness, which they have attributed to Scientology. Scientologists will sometimes speak of having an “increased awareness”. Obviously those who consider themselves “Scientologists” do so because they got some benefit from Scientology.

But is this unusual? Is this sort of personal improvement unique to Scientology?