The first issue was somewhat different from the others, having a larger emphasis on differentiating between the true (original) philosophy and technology of Scientology and what the church has later presented. Look at the article "The Black Panther Mechanism", for example. A Scientology stable datum accepted uncritically by some is subjected to criticism, thus amplified, with a somewhat startling result.
The editorial slant on this particular issue was on issueing something a person could give to a friend who had finally come out of the church, and was possibly feeling a little "lost" or "empty".
Welcome - by Antony Phillips, Denmark.
Clear - by David Mayo, USA.
The Black Panther Mechanism: A Dangerous Omission - by DA PROFESSOR, USA.
Fair Comment - Authorities - by Terry Scott, England.
Kemps Column - The Trouble is (1) - by Ray Kemp.
New Realities - The Four Belief Systems On How We Create Our Realities - by Mark Jones.
Philosophical Considerations - Religion - by Todde Salén, Sweden.
Identities - by O.J. Roos, Holland.
Data For Releases - by Bob Ross, USA
Irene Mumford: Obituary.
Developing Philosophy - by Per Schiøttz, Denmark.
Postscript: Distribution - by Antony A Phillips, Denmark.
CAN and a "Succes Story - by Antony A Phillips, Denmark.
Book News - A Piece of Blue Sky by Jon Atack - Reviewed by Leonard Dunn, England.
Self Help Books.
The Encyclopaedia of the Paranormal - Reviewed by Leonard Dunn, England.