L. Ron Hubbard
 Spiritual Pioneer
With the founding of Scientology, the impact of Mr. Hubbard’s work increased internationally, as did his movements. By the mid-1950s, he was regularly traveling between lectures in Europe and instruction at the Founding Church of Washington, D.C. As Executive Director, he also saw to the worldwide administration of Scientology through these years, and drafted the organizational policies that still form the basis of Church administration.

In 1959, Mr. Hubbard moved to Saint Hill Manor in East Grinstead, Sussex, where he established his home and continued research, instruction and lectures into the spirit. Among the significant developments in the early 1960s were the inauguration of the Saint Hill Special Briefing Course lectures, the delineation of the Scientology Bridge to Total Freedom and the gradual increments of that Bridge to increasingly higher levels of spiritual gain.
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