In recent years some controversy has arisen regarding Scientology in some sectors in Europe, particularly in Germany, which seem to misinterpret the real social intentions of this religious group.

From the viewpoint of someone who knows philosophy and religion there is no question of any polemic, but it is easy to understand that the lack of knowledge of the religious phenomenon as a whole and the variety of the possible manifestations of this phenomenon can unjustly lead to antagonistic and intransigent attitudes.

It is for this reason that I decided to publish my conclusions about the religion of Scientology in this report, a religion which I have studied for several years, both in its formal aspects (writings, books and philosophy) and in its more day to day aspects (ceremonies, internal and external organization, practices of religious observance and community activities), both in our country as well as in other countries (France and Denmark).

II. The Concept of Religion