L. Ron Hubbard writes six books which outline his discoveries in the field of the human mind and give practical technology to better human existence.In addition to the printed word, he delivers more than 100 lectures on the subject of Dianetics.
After returning from Havana, Cuba, where he completes the book Science of Survival, he opens the first Hubbard College in Wichita, Kansas, delivering lectures and conducting courses.
In the fall of 1951, having discovered that man is most fundamentally a spiritual being, he begins a new line of research to determine what can be done to help an individual regain natural abilities. These discoveries form the basis of Scientology.
Theta-Mest Theory (Science of Survival) Lectures: May - June 1951
Special Course in Human Evaluation Lectures: August 1951
Foundation Auditors Congress: October 1951
October Midwest Conference Lecture Series: September and October 1951