Alan Douglas - Scientology Service Completions

Note: Preliminary analysis suggests that about 60% of people who try Scientology do only a single course or service, that 80% of new members become inactive within 2 years, and that 65% of those who reach the level of Clear become inactive within a year after doing so. The older a list, the more likely that a person listed on it is no longer involved in Scientology.
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Alan Douglas in Scientology's Published Service Completion Lists

The following 10 individual completions for Alan Douglas appear in official Scientology publications:

Alan DouglasL 10 Source 401983-07-01
Alan DouglasNOTS DRUG RUNDOWN Source 631988-09-01
Alan DouglasPTS/SP COURSE PART ONE Source 651989-02-01
Alan DouglasNEW OT VII SOLO NOTS COMPLETION Source 661989-05-01
Alan DouglasPROSPERITY RUNDOWN Source 861993-04-01
Alan DouglasDYNAMIC SORT-OUT ASSESSMENT Source 861993-04-01
Alan DouglasOT DEBUG SERVICE Freewinds 221997-02-01
Alan DouglasROUTE TO INFINITY COURSE Freewinds 221997-02-01
Alan DouglasSTATE OF MAN CONGRESS COURSE Freewinds 221997-02-01

Note: The dates listed above are the approximate publication dates of the magazines, which may be weeks or months later than the actual date the service was completed.

Alan Douglas in Scientology's Publications

No entries were found in my main Scientology Statistics database for this person.

Alan Douglas and the Clear List

No entries were found in my Scientology Statistics Project Clear List database for this person.

Alan Douglas and Scientologist Online Sites

My database does not list a Scientologist Online cookie-cutter web site for this person.

Alan Douglas and WISE Directories

WISE, the World Institute of Scientology Enterprises, publishes directories listing their members.

My database does not list this person in the WISE directories in my archives.

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