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Hail Lord Xenu! - South Park Pin

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  • Image of the Scientologists' dreaded villain Lord Xenu
  • 2 inch pinback button
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Scientologists have been very careful not to tell what L Ron Hubbard the prophet discovered about evil intergalactic space Lord Xenu for fear of public panic. But South Park has exposed the truth. Wear this button to raise Xenu awareness.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Hail Xenu Imperator! April 23, 2013
This is a button showing the portrait of Emperor Xenu from the classical episode of "South Park" mocking the beliefs of Scientology. While the actual Xenu might not have looked like he does in the animated series (which is entertainment, after all!), defectors from Scientology confirmed long ago that the inner circle of this new religious movement really *do* believe in Xenu, his Galactic Empire, the volcanoes, etc.

Personally, I think some of the *public* books by Scientology founder Hubbard are even crazier than the Xenu story. Why did the man classify the Galactic Empire stuff while publishing a bizarre book like "Scientology: A History of Man"? We will probably never know. But then, Hubbard lived long before "South Park" and the World Wide Web. Those were simpler times, I suppose. Feels like 13 trillion years ago...

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1.0 out of 5 stars Cartoon is befitting of the image July 20, 2012
Oh please, I hope we can all get the joke.
This is a fictional character from an unpublished science fiction novel by L. Ron Hubbard. Some delusional person at some point slipped this into the media as being connected to Scientology, which it is not. Get real.
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