Richard De Mille aka D Folgere
Here is a photo of Richard DeMille with Barbara Kaye. Richard, who wrote under the non de plume D. Folgere, was one of L. Ron Hubbard's earliest celebrity recruits. He was the son of the famous director Cecil B. DeMille.
Richard De Mille (born 1922) was a Professor of psychology and an investigative journalist and author.
He wrote Castaneda's Journey: The Power and the Allegory, a book describing the detective work through which he proved that controversial author Carlos Castenada was a charlatan and plagiarist. He then edited a second book, The Don Juan Papers, This book contained documents representing views of Castenada across the spectrum.
De Mille also wrote a biography of his birth mother, screenwriter Lorna Moon. De Mille's birth father was William Demille, Cecil B. Demille's older brother. Cecil adopted and raised Richard; he did not tell him of his true parentage until William died.
Around this time de Mille became an early convert to the movement that was to become Scientology.
He became one of Hubbard's right-hand men during the early days of Dianetics and saw even, the establishment of Scientology.
He wrote an extensive series of notes on the lectures of Ron Hubbard and these feature on
Gold Century Press.