|.|. .|. .|.|
DOCUMENT TITLE: Service Mark "Scientology," Ser. No. 73233761 filed with Trademark Office
SUBJECT: Filing of service mark "Scientology," Ser. No. 73233761, for the goods and services category of "educational and philosophic services--namely, planning and conducting courses in the field of philosophy."
PARTIES: Purportedly, L. Ron Hubbard; Religious Technology Center (RTC)
BACKGROUND AND NOTES
This is the second of three important trademark transactions in 1979--important to the fraud, that is. 1979 is the year in which the IRS operative Norton S. Karno will be named--in a Will written by his own employee, Sherman Lenske--as the Executor and Trustee over "L. Ron Hubbard's" estate. (Not only will Karno be placed in that exalted position, he will be "granted" the right to put his own business partnership interests above the interests of Hubbard's estate, and his firm will be "granted" a waiver of conflict of interest for representing him if he does.)
Curiously, the Will isn't written giving Karno control over the estate until after all of the important intellectual property has been dumped by Karno and accomplices into the estate.
The plan created by former Assistant Commissioner of IRS Meade Emory and his co-conspirators--Karno, the Lenskes, IRS, et al.--to strip Hubbard's intellectual property out of the organizations Hubbard had permanently assigned them to, requires this vitally important service mark Scientology to be filed in L. Ron Hubbard's name for one purpose and one purpose only: to make a big show of a later fraudulent "transfer" of it to Religious Technolology Center on 10 May 1982, only to later secretly cancel the trademark altogether, after it had been "replaced" by a second service mark Scientology--almost a perfect duplicate, with essentially the same "Goods and Services" category: conducting courses.
If you are reasonably sane, this probably seems too insane for you to easily lend credence to, but the facts are inarguable and are recorded below in the Trademark Office records. We have included, below, the records for both of the nearly identical service marks for your own careful study and comparison.
Actually, there was a very crafty, if utterly barking mad, "reasoning" behind this fraud of the twin Scientology service marks, the original one being later slain. It has everything to do with a larger fraud called "the Scientology religion," IRS's own brand of "Scientology."
As you will see from the records below, this service mark being filed on this date in 1979--Serial No. 73233761, the original service mark Scientology actually created by L. Ron Hubbard, and used by him for more than 20 years to train Scientologists--gets cancelled only after the "new" one, for essentially the same category of "Goods & Services," gets filed. The "new" one, though, isn't even filed until 30 October 1987--close to two years after the reported death of "L. Ron Hubbard"--and is registered directly by, and only to, Religious Technology Center (RTC). It never had any connection to L. Ron Hubbard at all.
Of course you might look at the "date of first use" in the record for the second, "new" service mark Scientology and see the date "19511100" (1951, 11th month--November--no day specified), and note that it's exactly the same date as for the original. Yes, it is. It's fraud. That date of first use was merely written in by Sherman Lenske or Norton S. Karno, or someone else on their orders, because that's the "date of first use" on the original that the "new" one was going to replace. Considering all the frauds and lies committed by these people, and fully documented on this site, this brief trick of the pen was nothing.
It is certain that L. Ron Hubbard did not have two service marks Scientology actually running side-by-side for over 20 years, both of them for delivering courses. No, it's clearly a fraud created by Meade Emory and his accomplices, Norton S. Karno and Sherman Lenske, et al., for no other purpose but to deceive. That's why the original was cancelled on 13 May 1988 in utter secrecy, with no announcement to anyone: only a quiet record in the dusty files of the Trademark Office.
Below are the records for both service marks Scientology related to conducting courses. The first of the two is the original Hubbard version for "educational and philosophic services--namely, planning and conducting courses in the field of philosophy." Below that is the record of the "new" service mark Scientology, for "educational services, namely, conducting courses in philosophy and religion." Note that while having nearly identical, but different, "Goods & Services" descriptions, the "new" one introduces the word "religion." The original one was not defective for this lack, since Hubbard had defined Scientology from the beginning as "an applied religious philosophy." That's not the case with the IRS fraud called "the Scientology religion." And it was the entire reason for the spawning of the "new" twin service mark Scientology. It's why it was born, and the original one slain.
ORIGINAL SERVICE MARK "SCIENTOLOGY" FOR CONDUCTING COURSES:
Now-cancelled service mark "Scientology" originally used by and registered to L. Ron Hubbard for training in Scientology (which training could only be certified with HASI, Inc. membership); service mark cancelled on 13 May 1988, after the filing of the "new" service mark "Scientology" registered only to Religious Tecnology Center (see record below this one):
"NEW" SERVICE MARK "SCIENTOLOGY" FOR CONDUCTING COURSES:
Registered only to Religious Technology Center; note similarity of "Goods & Services" description as for cancelled trademark, above; never registered to L. Ron Hubbard; not filed until 1987, after the reported death of "L. Ron Hubbard." This is for training not in Scientology, per se, but in IRS brand of "Scientology," called "the Scientology religion":
|.|. .|. .|.|