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Scientologists don’t “believe” in psychiatry, which is a shame, since any moron who falls for this claptrap could probably use a headshrinking session or two: “The central beliefs of Scientology are that:
* a person is an immortal spiritual being (termed a thetan) who possesses a mind and a body, accompanied by a lesser “genetic entity”;
* the thetan has lived through many past lives, stored memories of which can cause problems in the present day;
* a person is basically good, but is “aberrated” by the memories of past traumas.”

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