L. Ron Hubbard
 Spiritual Pioneer
His research thus continued along two broad veins: to further confirm his theory on survival as life’s single dynamic thrust, and to determine what internal mechanism within the human mind tended to inhibit that thrust.

With the outbreak of the Second World War, Mr. Hubbard was commissioned a lieutenant (junior grade) in the United States Navy, and saw service in the Pacific and Atlantic. By early 1945, he was adjudged partially blind from injured optic nerves and lame from hip and back injuries, and admitted to Oak Knoll Naval Hospital in Oakland, California, for treatment.
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