L. Ron Hubbard, the Founder of Scientology, left a vast legacy of research and technology as a foundation upon which the religion is built. His writings, teachings and philosophical explorations inform, illuminate and instruct every aspect of the religious technology that validates his findings. His meticulous research led to conclusions on bringing peace, tolerance and happiness to Mankind; those ideas and techniques have since resonated with millions of individual lives around the planet.

David Miscavige is the ecclesiastical leader of the Scientology religion. For three decades, Mr. Miscavige has protected, preserved and expanded Scientology worldwide.

In his position as Chairman of the Board Religious Technology Center (RTC), Mr. Miscavige bears the ultimate responsibility for maintaining the accuracy and correct application of L. Ron Hubbard’s technologies of Dianetics and Scientology.

David Miscavige
As ecclesiastical leader of the Scientology religion for more than three decades, David Miscavige has spearheaded the most dramatic period of growth in the young religion’s history.

In that capacity, Mr. Miscavige has redefined the term “religious leader” to fit the tasks necessary to direct a truly unique, contemporary religion—a religion born in the 20th century, one which has achieved an unprecedented level of expansion in the 21st century, and today includes some 11,000 Churches, Missions and affiliated groups across 167 nations.

Under Mr. Miscavige’s stewardship, Scientology has touched millions of lives through Church-supported social betterment and humanitarian programs, and the religion’s multilingual, multigenerational message of peace, hope and goodwill.

Mr. Hubbard’s religious works are now more widely available than ever. The movement’s expanding ministry is reflected by new Churches opening their doors continuously in major cultural epicenters around the world.