f we instinctively revere the great artist, Ron tells us, we do so because that artist is not quite an ordinary individual. For he who can truly communicate, "is a higher being who builds new worlds." But if those higher beings are to flourish and prosper, and so bring forth cultural prosperity, then they must not be subjected to suppression or regimentation, and they must become spiritually free.

      To exactly that end, stands the greater part of L. Ron Hubbard's contribution to the arts... And if his books, films, music and photographs have left an indelible stamp upon this culture, then with Dianetics and Scientology that stamp becomes truly universal.