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DOCUMENT TITLE: Articles of Incorporation
SUBJECT: The Articles of Incorporation of the corporation known as "Church of Spiritual Technology" (CST), currently doing business as the "L. Ron Hubbard Library."
PARTIES: Sherman Lenske as "Incorporator;" however, Meade Emory, Leon Misterek, and Lyman D. Spurlock are all listed as "co-founders" of CST in a 1992 Claims Court ruling, and there is no question that IRS's Meade Emory was the senior party involved in creating not only CST, but all the corporations, the Wills, the trusts, and the intricate interrelationships of all those to CST.
BACKGROUND AND NOTES
The Church of Spiritual Technology is incorporated on 28 May 1982.
Naturally, in keeping with a clear modus operandi by the perpetrators of this massive fraud, there is a second date associated with the incorporation: the date of execution by Sherman Lenske is 27 May 1982, the day before. But the date of filing, so the official date of incorporation with the state, is 28 May 1982.
Of course all of it comes too late for the earlier frauds of a 10 May 1982 Option Agreement between "L. Ron Hubbard" and a then-non-existent CST, and the "Assignment Agreement" for the Advanced Technology wherein a then-non-existent CST was granted powerful options by Sherman Lenske. But it was all part of Meade Emory's master plan for the IRS to get control over Scientology, and Meade works in mysterious ways.
CST, though, was the crown jewel, which is why it, of the key corporations in the plan, was incorporated last. Really, the others had to come first for several reasons. One was to get the others, particularly RTC, well promoted in the public mind as the major corporations of Scientology so CST could be created in almost virtual secrecy--which it was. The second important reason was to position the other corporations for the dependencies on CST's intellectual properties that would be built into copyright and trademark license agreements, again, mainly with RTC. But RTC was set up to be completely, if secretly, under the thumb of CST's controlling interest in the most important trademarks, and CST's complete ownership of all copyrights.
CST is NOT a church; it is a CORPORATION. Ref. U.S. Claims Court No. 581-88T, Judge Bruggink:
The "incorporator" whose name appears on the Articles, Sherman Lenske, is soon appointed for life as one of three all-powerful "Special Directors" of CST at the signing of the CST Bylaws, along with Sherman Lenske's brother Stephen Lenske, and their law partner, Lawrence E. Heller. None of them are Scientologists.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
The name of the corporation shall be Church of Spiritual Technology.
The duration of the corporation shall be perpetual.
The corporation is a religious Corporation and is not organized for the private gain of any person. It is organized under the Nonprofit Religious Corporation Law exclusively for religious purposes. Specifically its purpose is to espouse, present, propagate, practice, ensure, and maintain the purity and integrity of the religion of Scientology, as the same has been developed and may be further developed by L. Ron Hubbard to the and that any person wishing to, and participating in Scientology may derive the greatest possible good of the spiritual awareness his Beingness, Doingness and Knowingness. More particularly, the corporation is formed for the purpose of providing a corporate organization through which and by means of which the operations and activities of a church, may be accomplished. Its purpose is to protect and preserve the religion of Scientology through establishment of religious scholarship funds, museums, librarys [sic] and such other institutions which will ensure the benefits of Scientology to future generations. More particularly, the corporation is formed for the accomplishment, without limitation, of the following more specific Purposes:
In the conduct of its activities and the accomplishment of its purposes, the corporation shall have, shall enjoy, and may exercise, to their fullest extent, all powers which nonprofit corporations are permitted by law to have and to enjoy; PROVIDED HOWEVER, that:
The name and address in this state of the corporation's initial agent for service of process is SHERMAN D. LENSKE, 6400 Canoga Avenue, Suite 315, Woodland Hills, California 91367.
This corporation shall have no members.
In keeping with the religious purposes to which the corporation's property is irrevocably dedicated, upon the winding up and dissolution of the corporation, and after payment or adequate provision is made for its debts and obligations, the corporation's remaining assets shall be distributed to one or more nonprofit funds, foundations, trusts or corporations which are organized and operated exclusively for religious purposes, and which have established or are entitled to receive tax exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, or successor statutes of similar import.
Notwithstanding any provision of the law permitting their amendment upon the affirmative act of less than all of the corporation's incumbent directors, the articles of incorporation of this corporation may be amended only upon the unanimous vote of all the Directors of the corporation then incumbent.
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