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(Some Guy)   Scientologists build huge circles in the desert, subterranean crypts holding stainless steel tablets of L Ron Hubbard's crazy writings encased in titanium   ( divider line
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2005-11-28 10:37:53 PM  
2005-11-28 10:38:35 PM  
I didn't realize that Boobies were a Scientology symbol.

/Who knew
2005-11-28 10:43:08 PM  
charliekwalker!: Morons.

No, they have the golden plaques found by Smith.
2005-11-28 10:46:39 PM  
peck: No, they have the golden plaques found by Smith.

ha... double religious whammy!
2005-11-28 11:10:50 PM  
No, they have the golden plaques found by Smith.


or rather...

they 'have' the 'golden' 'plaques' 'found' by Smith.
2005-11-28 11:35:30 PM  
First person to find it on Google Earth wins.
2005-11-28 11:40:20 PM  
2005-11-28 11:46:14 PM  
It's all about LEVERAGE...
2005-11-28 11:51:50 PM  
someone call the ATF

/Waco anyone?
2005-11-28 11:57:14 PM  
It's here. (pops)
2005-11-28 11:57:44 PM  
ATHF Assemble!
2005-11-29 12:00:33 AM  
chakalakasp: It's here. (pops)

Nice work!

Is that a landing strip next to it?

No wonder we can't figure out the Nazca lines in Peru, if they were made by crackpots like the Hubbardites.
2005-11-29 12:03:37 AM  
2005-11-29 12:04:26 AM  
It's Golden PLATES.

And no, they don't have those, for an "angel" of the "Lord" took them back up to "heaven" to test their "faith".

2005-11-29 12:16:00 AM  
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To the diamond boobies we go.
2005-11-29 12:22:34 AM  
Is that a landing strip next to it?

Looks like it -- well marked, too, at that, unless those are taxi strips on the sides. Not very big either; looks like around 5300 ft, about 40 or 50 ft wide. You couldn't land Travolta's plan there, that's for sure. You could probably land a Learjet on it. It sure as hell can't be for whatever alien mothership they're waiting for... I imagine if it is, the aliens will probably say screw it and put down in Santa Fe. An army of brainwashed lunatics and they can't even build the aliens a proper landing strip? For shame!
2005-11-29 12:26:58 AM  



2005-11-29 12:27:41 AM  
Organize a bunch of retards and what do you get?
2005-11-29 12:31:19 AM  
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Why is Daddy making boobies out of his mashed potatoes?
2005-11-29 12:36:15 AM  
Someday I'm going to let those Scientology nutcases in Times Square give me a "personality test" just so I can mess with them. What nutcases...

/Tom Cruise won't come out of the closet!
2005-11-29 12:39:56 AM  
The thought of archaeologists finding those things in a few thousand years and trying to deduce something about our culture from them just makes my stomach turn.
2005-11-29 12:40:50 AM  
How do they plan to keep the Thetans out of the chambers? What prevents the Thetans from destroying the crypt that has the duty of long-term archival of the sacred technology to releasing them (said Thetans) from our bodies?
2005-11-29 12:41:23 AM  
I bet R. Kelly could find the crypts, he just needs to pull out his gun again.
2005-11-29 12:41:38 AM  
Yappy Jappy Midget:

I used to do it every day until they began to recognize me.
2005-11-29 12:43:02 AM  
Okay. I've posted my cover message. Teams encore and bravo, begin the counter-intelligence ploy. Remember, this is a battle we cannot lose. Failure means auditing.
2005-11-29 12:43:14 AM  
wasn't this already posted last week?
2005-11-29 12:43:41 AM  
2005-11-29 12:44:35 AM  
Just Ignorant: Is that a landing strip next to it?

big rack & a landing strip - that's my kinda nutty underground bunker.
2005-11-29 12:44:51 AM  
Man, when our civilization is long dead, and alien anthropologists start excavating, this is gonna be so embarrassing.

/damn scientologists, comdemning us all to this shame
2005-11-29 12:44:53 AM  
In ten thousand years, the archeologists of the day are gonna going WTF over this one. Wow. I'm embarrassed for the future... or is it the past? Damn timelines get me all confused.
2005-11-29 12:45:09 AM  
Yappy Jappy Midget: I did that this summer. Dropped by the local "church" and had a test taken. It was pretty funny.

I scored all 0s.
2005-11-29 12:46:34 AM  

beat you by 2 seconds ;)
2005-11-29 12:46:56 AM  
Farking Scientologists. I say we perform a secret raid at night and replace all the records with rap and porn.
2005-11-29 12:47:13 AM  
Okay, do they honestly believe these formations or the artifacts they contain will really last a BILLION years???

These loons have no concept of geological timescales. This location could be at the bottom of the ocean or under the Earth's crust in a billion years!
2005-11-29 12:48:02 AM  
Wow, it took 3 posts for someone to mention Mormons. First thing I thought of when I read TFA.
2005-11-29 12:48:03 AM  
Wow, somone should by the land below and etch a large cawknballz below it.
2005-11-29 12:48:16 AM  
Obligatory scientology link to Operation Clambake.

These guys are nuts...
2005-11-29 12:48:53 AM  

That's not google Earth, that google maps.
2005-11-29 12:49:28 AM  
Yappy Jappy Midget: Someday I'm going to let those Scientology nutcases in Times Square give me a "personality test" just so I can mess with them. What nutcases...

a couple friends talked me into it years ago (i was about 15) - they locked us each in separate rooms for about 10 seconds before the commotion started next door - my friend literally put his foot through his door and we were all asked to leave.

good times.
2005-11-29 12:50:00 AM  

Damn you krode! Damn you all to heeeeeellllllll!!!!!

/Planet of the Apes sucked. There. I said it.
2005-11-29 12:50:17 AM  

Scientology... what a load of crap. Someone correct me if I got this wrong:

Some evil outer space overlord named Xenu destroys some alien refugees on earth by making them crash in a volcano. They survive as spirits which cling to Humans and create doubt and a disconnection from reality. This, according to the scientologist, must be confronted.

One uses a electropsychometer (or E-Meter) to get a reading of one's mental/spiritual health. Dianetics claims to be a method of handling mental problems that anyone can do with a friend. The basic theory is that some memories, called "engrams," are incorrectly stored in our reptilian reactive" mind and need to all be moved over to our properly functioning "analytical" mind. An "auditor" asks probing questions about the "pre-clear's" past.

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Using an "e-meter" - a crude skin-response galvinometer that the pre-clear is attached to - answers that produce a particular read on the e-meter are then gone over until the e-meter shows that these memories are no longer problematic. Once all these incorrectly stored memories are moved to the analytical mind, a person is declared a "clear" and should have perfect mental health and improved physical health.

Once you have "perfect mental health", you'll end up like this scientologist...

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2005-11-29 12:51:25 AM  
I don't know if I should be more afraid of the Scientologists or of the Intelligent Design proponents.

At least Scientology is somewhat believable.
2005-11-29 12:52:17 AM  
The more I hear about these people the more I hate them. Im going to start my own anti-scientology cult. Someone think of a name for it.
2005-11-29 12:52:21 AM  
Bowen: Yeah, when I did it, I was expecting the hot hypnotic women and the electrified nipple clamps, but I think since I failed their test (like I said above, I got all 0s, as low as you can score, for everything but "certainty/uncertainty") they decided I wasn't worth converting.

It was pretty funny, in any event. I'll have to go back sometime--I bet I can get that last score down to a 0, too.
2005-11-29 12:52:26 AM  
'As a lifetime staff member, you sign a billion-year contract. It's not just symbolic,' said Bruce Hines of Denver,

When I think "what's a non symbolic action I can do today" for some reason "sign a billion year contract" doesn't pop into my head.
2005-11-29 12:53:08 AM  
Why didn't this get the boobies tag?
2005-11-29 12:53:29 AM  
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2005-11-29 12:53:53 AM  
Kaymon Wow, it took 3 posts for someone to mention Mormons. First thing I thought of when I read TFA.

Bashing Mormons seems to be part of the natural tendencies of Fark thread devolution. But even more natural is bashing creationists, Bush supporters, and fundamentalist Southern protestants.

Conversly, any time you see people here mutually agreeing to disagree, you know you're dead and in an alternate universe.
2005-11-29 12:54:15 AM  
didn't lab techs fit the king james bible on a titanium ring? like finger-sized ring, etched at near the electron level. or maybe it was platinum, i forget, but it's sorta like the rings in that stupid charlie's angles movie, but reality.

(i remember seeing an article on etchings on titanium/whatever at the electron level for legit compliant data backups)
2005-11-29 12:55:17 AM  
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