L. Ron Hubbard: The Founder of Scientology continued...
Reasoning that questions arising from his experiments would best be answered by those who were paid to know about the mind, Ron took these discoveries to the psychology department. Rather than answers, however, he found that the George Washington University psychologists had no comprehension or understanding of the results but more importantly they werent even interested in such things.
Stunned, he soon came to the realization that no one knew how the mind worked. And furthermore, no one in the fields of psychology or psychiatry was about to find out.
Not only were there no answers in the East, there were none to be found in any Western center of culture.