Official L. Ron Hubbard: Awards & Recognition, Scientology & Dianetics, Humanitarian Public Service

L. Ron Hubbard
Awards & Recognitions

L. Ron Hubbard’s acclaim as an author, philosopher and humanitarian is evidenced by the thousands of awards and proclamations conferred upon him.

Each year hundreds of government leaders, organizations and groups from around the world, collectively representing millions, recognize and acknowledge the efficacy and impact of
Mr. Hubbard’s discoveries—from his solutions to illiteracy and immorality, to his answers to substance abuse and criminality.

Then, too, as one of the most widely read and acclaimed authors of all time, there are the awards for his accomplishments in the arts.

Presented herein is but a sampling of the recognitions and awards from his life’s work as a humanitarian, author and the Founder of Dianetics and Scientology.


Mr. Hubbard’s technologies for drug rehabilitation and detoxification, criminal reform, learning, literacy and his common sense guide to better living—The Way to Happiness—have touched close to a billion lives in
some 170 nations.

Just one example amongst many is Leeuwkop Prison—the notoriously ruthless maximum-security facility outside Johannesburg, South Africa...

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All told, L. Ron Hubbard’s works on Dianetics and Scientology comprise the largest cohesive statement on the human mind and spirit—more than 10,000 writings and 3,000 recorded lectures. Contained therein are answers to life’s most profound mysteries: the enigma of existence, the riddle of death, the realization of states not even described in earlier literature...

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In addition to his work as the Founder of Dianetics and Scientology,
L. Ron Hubbard stands as among the world’s most enduring and widely read authors of popular fiction, with international sales of some fifty million and a body of work spanning fifty years.

Accordingly, and in testament to the magnitude of his literary oeuvre and legacy, there are his three Guinness World Records...


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