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1 27th April 21:23
tilman hausherr
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Default Scientology in a video game (ultima 7) (evil bit time rules saved)


I received this:

To: tilman@berlin.snafu.de
Subject: Scientology in a video game

I thought you might like to know that there was a video game that dealt
with an organization similar to scientology. The game is ultima 7, the
black gate, and in it there is an organization called "The Fellowship"
which is based on the Time article about scientology. In summary, this
organization is helping an evil creature called the guardian get access
to the world of britannia (the world in which ultima is set) by creating
a black gate, similar to an artificial wormhole. In the game, the
fellowship works very similar to scientology, and there is even a fake
personality test with trick questions. Of course, in the end the gate
is destroyed, the fellowship is revealed to be a cult, and the world is
saved. I thought you might find it interesting that the bad guy in
ultima 7 worked through an organization based on scientology.

To: tilman@berlin.snafu.de
Subject: Re: Re: Scientology in a video game

Go ahead. You can find more information on various newsgroups (there
are a few groups for the ultima series). Note that ultima 7 requires an
accurate PC emulator (virtual pc or bochs), or the exult engine to run
on modern computers (it uses some wierd 32 bit real mode trick which
will not work in anything except pure DOS without emm386/qemm loaded).
An interview with Garriot (the writer of the ultima series) can be found
in the official ultima IX strategy guide where he mentions using the
time magazine article on scientology to create the idea of the
fellowship.

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2 29th April 12:47
arnie lerma - www.lermanet.com
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news such as this would make a terrific
"Scientology is Doomed" page...

Another nail in L Ron hubbard's coffin full-of-lies.

thanks for news tilman

Ill cross off "get scientology matrix into video game for kids"
from my "things to do list"

arnie lerma

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