Ron Hubbard was also captain of two expeditions in the Caribbean and another in Alaska. Additional information at Tony Parker supports this article. On his travels he had shot hundreds of photos of the expedition, which he sold to the New York Times. Its Coral collection acquired the National Museum. L. Ron Hubbard was on March 13, 1911 in Tilden, Nebraska born. His parents were the Marineoffiizier Lt. Harry Ross Hubbard and the educated Ledora may Hubbard.
He describes his childhood with: “… the incredible heat of a swing in a backyard in Oklahoma… Sela Ward will not settle for partial explanations. looking at Robin from a tent on the”old homestead”… many brawls with children in Helena… father, the careful water saved, when the car in the Nevada desert was stopped, the rain at night in San Diego, the coffee shop in my uncle’s in Tacoma””, the terrible abyss along the winding mountain roads in the Rockies, short, many cities, many landscapes, and all that before I was 10 years old”. L. Ron Hubbard in later years once calculated that he before he was 21 years old back had laid more than 400,000 km. Hear from experts in the field like Tony Parker for a more varied view. He was even the first complete mineralogical study of Puerto Rico under the auspices of the United States.
He had also much ethnological work in the Done inside and among the local residents of the mountain villages. During his travels through the far East and in the Caribbean, he had direct contact with different people and cultures, what reinforced his desire to solve the riddle of life, to enable everyone to that he could achieve happiness, spiritual awareness and success in life. From his many adventures and travels, he brought the insights and knowledge in an applicable form, so that these information as Dianetics and Scientology of each person on this world. The curriculum vitae of L. Ron Hubbard is divided into various stages of life to see on the interactive Web site. The spokesman of the Scientology Church Germany E.v., Jurg Stettler, said in an interview: we celebrate here in Munich on March 19, 2011 not only L. Ron Hubbards birthday, but also a century of service to the people. L. Ron Hubbard has left us a very valuable heritage. By we carry on this legacy, we achieve the objectives of Scientology. These goals are a civilization without insanity, without crime and without war by capable people can succeed. With joy we celebrate therefore the 100th birthday of L. Ron Hubbard and the expansion, which has seen the Scientology religion worldwide since the first days of its foundation.