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Ron Hubbard

In the seventh century b.c. was Zarathustra born. “” In the East of Iran the Persian religion was born in Zoroastrianism, which represents the belief, that one only by defining by well “and evil” hope could, to get out of ignorance, and to find true happiness in future lives. The manuscript Taoteking”by Lao Tzu formed the basis of Taoism, a more hope for higher States of man. As well as the philosophers of Greece, India and China, the Hebrews also searched the meaning of life.

According to the Jewish tradition, it was Abraham who became first a special understanding about the origin of the universe. The faith to a personal God, evolved from these revelations. In spite of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ hope not died out, which he brought to the people. His death became a symbol for the victory of mind over the material body, and created so a new awareness of the true nature of man. The belief in the spiritual nature of man received despite oppression, in the sixth Century is still more growth as the Prophet Mohammed preached that there is only one God, and he tried to civilize a whole nation. He taught the superiority of spirit over matter and urged the people to seek their own salvation. He built up the great Islamic Empire that China at that time ranged from Spain to the limit.

Towards the end of the Crusades, which raged out of control for several centuries in Europe, the English nobility King Johann forced the famous Magna Carta 1215,”to sign. This historic document was based on the belief that the basic nature of man is good and not evil, and that he could decide his own fate. These are only a few historical facts that prove that many millennia intellectual property deal with human nature and the meaning of life and seek solutions. Scientology has found solutions to make compatible the spiritual essence and a world to emerge without madness, war and crime. In more than half a century intensive Research has discovered L. Ron Hubbard, founder of the Scientology religion, many basic truths about life. This led to the emergence of religious teaching Scientology and later to the growth of the Scientology religion. Press service of the Scientology Church Bayern e.V., be Anichstrasse 12, 80802 Munich, contact: Uta Eilzer, TEL. 089-38607-145, FAX. 089-38607-109,

French Rabbi

The problem we have the Sephardim and judeoespanola culture is that we are widely dispersed throughout the entire world () because there is almost no compact communities, as it had at the beginning of the 20th century in Turkey, Greece or Bulgaria, explained Shaul in a break from the Conference entitled the heritage of Ladin in the world of the media. Internet has allowed us just let us know and also to make our culture more accessible. We have songs, tales, proverbs, quantity of books none know where they are or how can get access to them, added. Tamar Alexander, Director of the Sentro Gaon to the judeoespanola culture of the University Ben Gurion in the Negev, in the city of Beer Sheva (southern Israel), believes that Internet has given light to a sort of virtual community of ladino. People there communicate, speak, question there are discussions about a Word, what is this, who knows who is this and Yes, Internet is the future, stressed. The digitization of texts is another essential tool to remove from the agony to a language that lives its 90th minute?, in the words of Idit Pintel-Ginsburg, Director of the folktales of Israel file.

Digitization will put not only texts in ladino available to a virtual community, but it will also enable bailouts of the latter cultural treasure unthinkable until a few decades ago. Shaul points the case of about 5,000 or 6,000 books in writing Judeo-Spanish rashi, i.e. in care Hebrew characters in semicursiva bearing the name of the French Rabbi who wrote the most important comments to the old testament and the Talmud, unknown to the ladino-hablantes. The reasons for the enthusiasm encounter, however, a serious generational, clearly visible gap at the Conference this week, where the vast majority of attendees exceeded the sixty years. They will be, therefore, future generations and its technological advances that determine if the ladino maintains its status of minority language, but in use, such as Yiddish, or if just as ancient Greek or latin, reserved to small classrooms and chairs of dead languages.