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This is the last issue of IVy as we know it; the paper issue that is delivered through the mail. At this junction, I want to send a heartfelt thanks to Antony Phillips, our editor for 18 years. He was also very active in the predecessor to IVy, the Danish language magazine, Uafhangige Synspunkter that was started in 1985, I believe. Thus his career as communicator and stable relay point in the Freezone spans over 24 years. Without him I doubt that the Freezone would be as vibrant as it is today. He has for 24 years and more shown a dedication that goes way beyond duty. Fortunately, he will still be very active in the Freezone as moderator of the many lists and newsgroups, of which IVy-Subscribers is the best known. Also, I am fortunate that he has agreed to continue as chairman for the association behind IVy and thus I, the editor of CyberIVy, can still lean on him in difficult situations or simply ask him for advice and guidance. I also want to use this opportunity to ask any subscriber to paper IVy who has not yet ordered CyberIVy, to do so. We will still keep the same editorial line of news, developments, and new technology, all related to the Freezone, only now we have taken the daring step into cyberspace where communication is fast and cost effective.
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International Viewpoints (IVy) started in 1985 with its “mother” the Danish magazine Synspunkter meaning Viewpoints. This was before the Internet. There were between five and ten English Free Zone Scientology magazines some of which circulated in Denmark, but nothing in Danish. There was an oft repeated sentence “Why can’t we have something in Danish?”, and there were some expressions of willingness to help, but nothing came of it, until Søren Werk, a fellow who worked in the software firm that produced what was sold to Borland and became Borland Pascal. Søren got permission to use his firm’s facilities in the evening, and a number of people with some small ability to use a typewriter came round in the evening. Some typed in articles we had collected, some typed in names and addresses of Danish people we knew of, together with some from Sweden and Norway (these countries have a language close to Danish). The “electronic articles”, on diskettes, were given to a friend who knew someone who could turn it into photocomposition — real “print type” on photographic paper in posh looking columns. These got cut up, and pasted up in the magazine format, ready to have printing plates made out of them. When the time came to send the magazine out, a little group got together at the printer’s, Ivan Tønder’s workshop, collated the A4 pages, stapled them, put them in envelopes, stuck on labels and stamps and took them to the post office, going to a coffee shop afterwards. It was all very nice and chummy for us. Things changed slowly. We slowly lost the need to type in articles from manuscripts, first because they could be scanned in (sometimes with varying success). Then, with the advent of the Internet, they came in typed up. In the Uafhængige Synspunkter era (“Uafhængige” meaning independent was added because a firm of opticians already had a magazine Synspunkter) we had editorial meetings at Ivan Tønder’s flat (he had young children and his wife participated). There were up to ten people, who discussed the articles to go in and took responsibility for assembling specific bits. Different people were editors at different times, none lasting very long, until I took over. I, being stuck on the middle part of the cycle of action, unable to start or finish anything, but some how continuing! At one point there was enormous disagreement in the editorial board, based possibly on an ARC break, but manifesting in disagreement on bringing articles which were not “standard tech”. I was left alone with one man who was not much help. To the others I gave some of IVy’s money and the mailing list which went out free to people (I retained the list of people willing to pay) and they started first
This is the last issue of the “printed, stapled, and sent to you through your letterbox” International Viewpoints (IVy). It is a pure coincidence that we also end the long series of transcriptions of Jack Horner lectures here. A pleasant coincidence, really, for it tends to emphasise one of the thoughts behind IVy. While being an “in present time” magazine, we bring items from the past, in order to give our readers material for making the future more positive. With regard to the Horner lectures, our hope is that they will work their way into the hands of anyone who can make use of them, in research or otherwise. Back numbers of IVy are available. Now we hand the flaming IVy magazine torch over to Rolf Krause, who already has started the gargantuan task of evolving software and contacts for a modern IVy. AntEd.
a search for prior or greater importance and will become an endless and futile search as IVy . However. who has experienced (see IVy 102) an unexpectedly turbulent time.Nov 2008 (printed 2009) IVy 89 5 the Danish magazine Static. They were the first to import desk top publishing software to Denmark. Our guardian angel must have been watching for the only person I ever brought into Scientology. So he is somewhat in cope. ¤ Thoughts on Reality by Martin Foster. I had got a job in a firm that sold software. A friend of mine. After a time I got the sack from this job (possibly because I would not spend my evenings studying the flood of new software. when he expected to make a move from USA to a safe and stable environment in Germany. with errors. We have had some sort of meetings here in Denmark. A new absolute importance will then be discovered which can be addressed ad infinitum. Out of that context we bring you part of one fairly long entry to that discussion. which I got together. and offered to help. life around you. all these years. it seems. Whether charged or not. Any therapy or logic which postulates some “absolute importance” will eventually be found deficient and not completely true. and intend to continue surviving. thought it was a bad thing not to have Uafhængige Synspunkter. both of which died. The man who made the “Photocomposition” for us. is relative to. now dead. Somehow I got so bold as to think it should also come out in English. I thought it a good idea to have a birthday issue. one can revive an incident for aesthetic reasons. The level of importance attached to one’s past. There are no absolute importances and what is considered important is relative to one’s life and the games one is playing. died in England and left me £500 which enabled me to buy a Windows computer (I had been using first CPM and then DOS) and a laser printer. in fact. So after a year’s break Uafhængige Synspunkter got going again. went to a distant part of Denmark. and later International Static. Margaret Vaux. which hopefully gives you food for further thought and understanding of that complicated thing. So you can stop reading this a moment and say a brief thank you to our guardian angel. so IVy was born. offer it! Might even be something we did not realise we needed! We have survived. Searching the mind for deeper significance is. South Africa There has been quite a lively discussion on the IVy Internet list on the subject of reality and the possibility that there is only now. Do not wait for him to ask — if you have any to offer. Ole Smidt. Ron’s 80th birthday came up. He had translated DMSMH (Book One) to Danish. and although he was dead. dictates whether it fades into time or is kept alive by injection of further importance. And now the editorship goes over to Rolf. So I now became the typesetter as well as editor and chief bottle washer. thanks to the Internet. Ravenholm Computing. One can mock up past or future incidents or add to or subtract from them as and when inclined and so we have history and prophecy. and ended unexpectedly in Denmark. but much of the help I get is from abroad. for experiential identity or maybe just fantasy. which were flooding in all the time). and updates. (from the USA) and I got them to let me use their equipment on Sundays (where there was nobody there to help me with the complexities of the job). Importance Whenever we attach an importance to a memory we need to realise that the importance attached. and can be evaluated against other importances. and might need help. who we called “Slambert” and who presumably got it done at his work. and IVy 2 was the birthday number on Ron.
What is it that affects us? Are we affected by the pictures of the incident kept in the mind which we term Own universe or are those moments each separate universes which can be re-entered by focusing attention units? Do we avoid entering some universes too painful to endure? Do we continue in this time continuum to avoid previous Nows? Why processing? But then. survival. By understanding the nature of the game one was playing and taking responsibility for one’s postulates one can disentangle oneself from the compulsive games operating in that repository we call the mind. The command power of the mind depends on the command power of the postulates that have been put there by ourselves whilst playing games in this infinite now. the auditor plus PC is greater than the bank.6 IVy 89 Nov 2008 (printed 2009) every importance is relative to each and every other importance. space or a distance which also may not exist according to quantum theorists. Processing begs the question. Yes. the incident is spatially moved away from us and doesn’t affect us as much as it originally did. he may need to review that postulate. There have been many so called basic or absolute importances postulated. Scientology’s advance is in recalling or moving the incident to the present (now or PT). By distancing an incident using that apparency we call “time”. One may think one views across time (which doesn’t exist) but in fact one views across ¤ IVy . For example. past lives. and as going back in time has resolved some case . Those postulates were created and kept in force by ourselves and can be re-examined. the crutch of a therapist should be dispensed with. Once the pc can start addressing his own mind. Time This keeps the therapist in business as it solidifies and sets in concrete that consideration called time. why processing as we know it? Because. In “remember processing” as practised by some in the medical field. Sex. postulating that. then. “there must be more” remains. The therapies that address these importances are many and varied and offer the individual an endless supply to dig into. prenatals. It seems many are following this tactic these days. the charge in the incident may dissipate. But the moment we focus attention on the incident we find that complete vanishment has not taken place. re-evaluated and dispensed with by ourselves. well. each of those importances are relative to other importances and by realizing this one can stop the endless search for prior or basic importance.a broader search or going even further back in time should resolve more. But a residual feeling of. If the person has a postulate in place that he can only be free or live eternally by enslaving himself to some absolute thinking for some cause. Purpose of processing What then is the purpose of processing? Is the purpose the complete vanishment of track or mind or is the purpose to regain control over the mind? My current view is that processing is to diminish or reduce the command power of the mind. I reiterate. have wonderful wins and then having not become as potent or pious as was anticipated another importance is elevated to absoluticity or the method used is debased. Very often this diminishes the adverse effects the incident causes. Merely saying that the incident is erased or asised is not borne out by experience. adds an unnecessary postulate to a mind already overburdened with postulates. “Does time heal?” Well yes. But let me immediately state that in many. before the beginning. etc. between lives. Previous incidents and attached emotions can be re-contacted and re-experienced. separation from static. In this fashion the solidity of time is diminished. the incident is searched for in time to try and explain some abnormal behaviour. How? By creating a distance between now and then. with processing one can lessen the command power of the postulates one made during an incident. many instances the auditor plus pc is very needed for case entrance. etc.
a substitute for sex.ivymag. and don’t need someone else to suggest interesting combinations. homo. or vividly recalled memories or fantasies from our own past. in fact. Really. Kidding aside. And that can be for billions of reasons. Thus. For some of us. (Assuming sex becomes available.” I think that’s ridiculous — they’re really on a 12-year-old level. animals. Another is feeling guilty about the process. And there’s no accounting for taste — whether the pictures are from magazine pages. porn.) I don’t even have a pornograph. One is when one cannot distinguish between the pictures and actual life. Another issue is the male proclivity for promiscuity which seems to be hard-wired into the system. Guess it is nice to check once in a while. but they’re not having sex. Being in a porn flick is always a “solution” to a problem. One is that it can waste a lot of time. X-rated videos. children. I also know that people are physically obsessed with one another in direct proportion to the amount of unpleasant shit they need to work out between themselves. That’s true for singles or marrieds. USA I DON’T HAVE a definite position about pornography (pun intended. There are several problems. they may be the only pleasant physical sensations we have. the bottom line is that. Love them pictures. but only because I 1 prefer to have a monogamous relationship. no? Well. Fact is.org/titles. To me. Furthermore.Nov 2008 (printed 2009) IVy 89 7 Occasional Sex Series 71: Pornography by Hank Levin. I hope it’s at least amusing. teenagers. or just the mellow glow one gets from looking at the pictures.) The second problem with porn is that I’d really rather have the real thing. or at least is most needed by people who aren’t getting laid. other races. I have seen that demonstrated in many sessions working with couples. IVy . It has helped me behave for years! I see three problems with porn. If that were the norm. I’m pretty convinced that every person I’m physically attracted to is probably someone I’ve known in the past that I have unfinished cycles with. but that’s not the same as being addicted. The third problem is that the “actors” in porn are almost always in self-destruct. If not. the fact is that the physical sensations of sex are pleasant. a LOT of people are in relationships that are pretty healthy and supportive--even affectionate — in many ways. masturbation. internet sites. and that’s impossible for me to ignore when I see a young pretty girl doing something that she’ll probably never live down or reconcile herself to on a deep level. I’ve got a pretty wild imagination. However. situations or positions. the biggest problem with pornography is that it is most often. if one is among what I think is a vast percentage of Americans in that situation. it’s pretty hard to do much about it unless both people are determined to do so. Ed. Just billions. when I see the words “adult website. what puts the body into a “sexual” mode are mental pictures. I empathize with people very deeply. I am not promiscuous. That’s true whether the arousal the pictures turn on is followed up with intercourse. Now. We can always deal with it in session! Copyright Hank Levin © 2009 ¤ See IVy’s on line contents at http://www.html (number 6 was erroneously numbered 5). and at my age (and with the help of a pretty well worked out philosophical system) I’m truly willing to make the sacrifice. that’s when we should be checking them out. Seems to be an important part of the “software” component of the sexual experience. I think most of us would outgrow them by the time we were 19 years old. and that solution is nearly guaranteed to become a problem worse than the original one. I don’t know if anything I’ve said is useful.
I got very interested in this work called Dianetics. In the following article.” I got so interested that I dropped my graduate work.8 IVy 89 Nov 2008 (printed 2009) Horner’s Scientology Story Scientology. that we felt it. I was interested in doing something about it. to go back to New Jersey and study on the first course that Ron Hubbard taught back there. and later Eductivism. achieved a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism. with his wife Deirdre has supervised and transcribed 50 or so Horner taped lectures for IVy. I was close enough. about 100 miles out at sea from it. IVy . 1927. he describes his early involvement in Dianetics and Scientology. I talked some people into paying me in advance for a course. but the first three people I audited responded exactly as they were supposed to. but we didn’t know what. . California to continue his education. that man shouldn’t have any more wars. “This is what psychology should have been. “When I count . “Oh. and when the book came out I read it. and his subsequent development of Dianology. I had the book about two days before I could give anybody a session. and did post-graduate work in psychology and education.]1 1 John Alexander. and then the guy would come up with something. without knowing that’s how they were supposed to respond. who. good. do this. reduced from the longer two-part article which appeared in IVy issues 43 and 44. has edited this. During his childhood he traveled extensively with his family in the United States and Asia. which seemed to be a complete waste of time. Well. In my own studies in college. Being a reader of science fiction. See IVys Home page contents for a full list of Horner lectures that have appeared in IVy. I wasn’t so interested in studies. Around that time there were [Jack Horner was born in California on October 10. We had destroyed Hiroshima and Nagasaki. it happened.” What do you know. now do this. Many of us felt that something should be done. AntEd. . During World War II he served in the United States Navy. I worked right out of the book. do this”. And I said. I’d looked into psychology. Dianology and Eductivism by Jack Horner DIANETICS CAME OUT soon after World War II. I’d hold the book in my lap and say. Something should be done. A lot of us were very concerned. He returned to Los Angeles. when that bomb went off.
and then returned to the United States. “We don’t have to help people.Nov 2008 (printed 2009) IVy 89 9 500 people out here in California who were anxiously waiting to take a course in how to utilize Dianetics. I came out to California. I went to England. E. 1963 and took that course for 7 months. which I did. In late 1958 I went to Washington and took the 20th Advanced Clinical Course. It was kind of a fascinating experience. which was a set of repetitive question techniques. Hubbard did such a good job of taking the credit I forgot that I’d developed it. teaching a Bachelor of Scientology course. The Wichita organization went on for awhile but it wasn’t handled well. In 1953-54. Not repeater phrases. and he showed me about exteriorization. Hubbard changed his viewpoint and said. There had been some problem in Phoenix. I went over there in December. which I agreed to do. lectured and traveled around the United States demonstrating some of the new Scientology processes. and I helped him there. That was the first time I was blacklisted. with a minimum of militarism or nonsense.. He bought Saint Hill Manor. which I’d forgotten about until A. and it became real to me. teach a clinical course and get the organization started in South Africa. so I was hired as one of several instructors who came out to Los Angeles. England again and South Africa – teaching ACCs I taught three Advanced Clinical Courses in England. and there were lots of things that weren’t in the book. to help teach that first course here in Los Angeles. and got my clear bracelet. Then Hubbard decided to move to England. Then Hubbard asked me to go to South Africa. and there were lots of people there for whom all the auditing they knew about was out of the book. but a repetitive question. and suspect that they are not the exact words of Ron. so Ron Hubbard moved his organization to Washington. and began to teach the Saint Hill Special Briefing Course. Then I came back to this country. That was the first course on which clear bracelets were given. D. but that Jack has paraphrased here what he observed ‘reading between the lines’. and it went into bankruptcy. I Repetitive question techniques Near the end of that period when I was working at the Los Angeles organization. Those clear bracelets were forgotten about because clears couldn’t be consistently produced with those techniques — too much skill was required. Hubbard returned to Phoenix and continued what were called the Advanced Clinical Courses. and in the middle of that Ron married Mary Sue Hubbard. I took that course. Anybody who disagreed was to be excommunicated. Hubbard eventually came back from England and gave the Philadelphia Doctorate 1 I have not met these sentences apparently quoted from Ron. where I was from anyway. I was there a year and a half. So Hubbard left Wichita and went to Phoenix. In 1965. I went to Wichita and helped out for a couple of weeks there one time. “Scientology is the only road to total freedom and I am the only source of it. and started something called Scientology. So I introduced into Dianetics the idea of the repetitive question.C. or disconnected from. There was a bulletin which said. and he came to England to finish teaching the professional course and fired me. Kansas. Hubbard moved to Wichita. I went over there. Arizona. England I decided to go to England and write a book about the subject myself. Course. IVy . AntEd. I developed a form of what was called “concept straightwire”. business-wise. So I came back to the United States. I started the first professional course in England. van Vogt (American science fiction writer) recently reminded me of it. Anybody who doesn’t do what we tell them won’t get it”. we’ve got the power and the tools and if they don’t want to go along with us they can go without it”1. and started that organization over there. At that time it was a very good course — excellent training. So he asked me to go to England and teach the Advanced Clinical Courses for him in England. because obviously Dianetics had been published in England.
But you would never know of its existence in Scientology. Stopping using ‘truth’ I eventually discovered that. If you were in good standing your name was known. For years I had jokingly said. IVy . It was called Fundamentals of Scientology. I’ll disconnect”. In the first place. New Zealand. which I would not compromise. and say I was giving a lecture and then when the people got there. It has to be burned”. by order. too? I bought a copy of this book. lock them in and chant implant phrases at them. The minute you weren’t it was erased from the books. perhaps more expansive. In 1965 there were some other people who backed off from Scientology. That book is out of print.10 IVy 89 Nov 2008 (printed 2009) couldn’t buy it because I couldn’t very well say to people. but required a high level of ability to utilize it. so I couldn’t go back. The overt act. and so on. and found “Dianology” in the dictionary. I knew there were thousands of people who’d been trained in Dianetics and Scientology and had the techniques and tools for helping to clear people. a paperback with exactly the same pattern of front cover as Fundamentals of Thought and Problems of Work of that time. I was sending people to them. Later several people read my 1 Dianology And out of that came what was called Dianology. advertise my name in the newspapers. but in Chicago). A few people said they’d lost it and kept it anyway. “You read his book? Do you still have it? Bring it in. was on myself. Its original publication was in South Africa. It would be nice if someone published a “pirate edition”. but who were dissatisfied or could not go along with Hubbard’s organizations and his no-pay schedule. It was too logically inconsistent for my own principles. and they wouldn’t leave me alone. You can’t get a copy of my book from them. Africa. It was quite interesting to have to cut myself off from 15 years of worldwide friends who weren’t allowed to talk to me anymore because I disagreed. Also during that same period a man named Otto Roos was sent by L. It was very effective. and got a lot of people into Scientology. I played around with that for a couple of months. if any. One was Harry Thompson. and it sold well over 60. when I left Scientology all of the remaining books they had of mine in stock were burned. Scientology sort of became like Russian Communism. so we can use it”. Australia. To me that was a violation of the whole concept of what we were trying to do in the first place. Then I was informed that the Sea Org had hired some special people on a mission to get me. So why should they go without being able to use their knowledge and share it. “The way you bring about understanding is through affinity. I was looking for a name. although I held the copyright. they said they read my book. During that period a man appeared at our back door in Evanston.000 copies. in cutting myself off from Scientology. who had developed an upper level process that he labeled “Amprinistics”. So I started lecturing again. and felt it made a pleasant “second view” of Scientology. I had stopped using my knowledge. under the name Summary of Scientology1 and it was subsequently published in England. book and went into Scientology as a result. Ron Hubbard on a mission to Los Angeles (I was not in Los Angeles. I said. When they were asked how they got into Scientology. AntEd. but of course if you disagree with me. I had written a book when I was in Scientology that was published in 1956. the United States. I found the style different from Ron’s. and used that as an excuse to cut my bridges from Scientology. in giving the lectures I started to give. to rent a theater. and they were asked. “It’s in the dictionary. “Someday somebody’s going to start Dianology and Scientetics”. Disconnected from official ‘Scientology’ I had 15 years of personal contacts tied up in Scientology. Illinois with a bottle of acid in one hand and a gun in another. I guess it was too much for them to confront. because I wasn’t sharing all of that understanding that I had gained from the years of work I’d put in. I gave Ron the right to also publish it. reality and communication. So. Also it was close enough.
and well. and it’s in your control. Scientology was involved in what I considered psychotic activity. I ¤ write to _______________ For back numbers ivy@post8. “Now that you’ve got your own universe. I took the best of that. Some of what needs to be done after clear I had discovered by having to go through it the “hard way”. which in my opinion produces keyed-out clears. Meanwhile our processes were developed. For years I helped Ron build his. “For God’s sake. bulletins or tapes. I realized it didn’t have to be that one. I look forward. to help as many people be free. The people who started in the beginning of Dianology were working with not many tools or training aids. we printed up processes for students to learn. our “OT” processes. a set of tools to free people so that they are infinitely free to create an infinity of alternatives and act on them or not. which means to draw out the potential of. physical universe and other dynamics?” And. how do you relate effectively. Eductivism Dianology was a name I had taken because I couldn’t find a better one at the time. His is a different clearing procedure.tele. 2009. and a clearer self?” Because clear is not a state that you reach and that’s it. and power. Finally. from 1970 until his death in 1989. and happy. and creative. get busy and build a better bridge”. I believe that if we can provide a pattern and a pathway. Operating as a clear is not the same as operating as a human being who isn’t clear. either. and partly based on the clearing procedure that I got a clear bracelet from in 1958. All rights reserved. California. a map.dk of print IVy. and functioning in the world as possible. or by myself. I developed our post-clearing procedures.Nov 2008 (printed 2009) IVy 89 11 I wrote a book called Dianology. But I eventually decided that I did not want to be connected in the public mind in any way with Scientology. whether developed by Hubbard. a guide. his center in Los Angeles. with the rest of the universe. and as fun. “How can you function with love. It is a different state of being that’s indescribable until achieved. to being able to create both an organization and a technology in which many of us work together in the spirit of play as a game. IVy . A clearing procedure was developed that was partly based on the Saint Hill GPM structure of 1964. [Jack Horner continued to teach Dianology/Eductivism at the Personal Creative Freedoms Foundation. didn’t have Hubbard’s current clear procedure until later. A Better Bridge to Personal Creative Freedom. Instead of going in the direction of running out old implants. From that I coined the word “Eductivism”. dynamically. teaching a few people what I knew. There were only my own research notes. They were still putting 6 year old kids on bread and water for a week or two at a time aboard that ship. and we moved over to Westwood (in Los Angeles) in January of 1970.] Copyright © 1978. so after developing our clearing material in Dianology. and from the axioms that came from Dianology also created processes that weren’t in Scientology and Dianetics. As we could. and I called it Dianology. which means the practice of bringing out the potential of or uncovering that which is hidden. you get clearer and clearer and clearer. They were still locking people up in chain lockers. and bring about a clearer world. I didn’t throw away the good that I knew from Dianetics and Scientology. I found a verb in the dictionary which was to “educe”. or uncover that which is hidden. But we built and we built and we built. We had to start from the beginning with no books. Dianology began to move along. to help a new clear operate as a clear. and ability. I also believe that in their freedom they will act for the greatest good for the greatest number of dynamics without having to be told what that is. creatively. our post-clearing processes are primarily devoted to. as a clear in a world of unclears. in the oncoming years. The last page of Dianetics the Modern Science of Mental Health said. It was a very personally taught course. Post clear processes I did not have his OT materials at first. And this name at least is clearly differentiated from the names Scientology and Dianetics. So I started very quietly out here in Los Angeles around April of 1969. or by any of a number of people who contributed heavily and importantly to Scientology. then they do not have to be controlled. rather.
But candidly. he’s sufficiently cause that he is able. The subject of good and bad indicators involves simply observing a human being and seeing how aware he or she is. Bad indicators are an unhealthy looking. Simply stated. They say. and particularly as they find those goals which are hot. California. and just can’t answer an auditing question. so that’s how people tick. There are more lectures by Jack Horner which we have not published in IVy. happy individual. These lectures can provide a comparison to Scientology as it developed up to the time Jack Horner left it. and Masses. good indicators are a healthy looking. that does not mean that it is light. We teach the GPM material so smoothly. they start changing in their life and living. as people do it. as well as tock”. and the running of GPMs on the clearing level.12 IVy 89 Nov 2008 (printed 2009) GPM Problems by Jack Horner1 [This article has been adapted from a copyrighted lecture given by Jack Horner to students of Dianology on April 28. and intend to end the series here. So I want to emphasize that it’s easy just because the research has been done and the training has been brought to the point where it’s disseminated and gotten across to you very simply and effectively. though once learned it seems so simple you wonder how you could ever have had any problem understanding it. It’s just that it’s done so simply and easily. transcribing and editing this long series. to invalidate what’s happening because it seems so easy. 1970. “How could that clear you?” However. and who is having difficulty breathing. and on such a gradient. We feel the most important ones for the modern generation of “free” Scientologists have been published in IVy. with the last “print” IVy. To be them and un-be them. or that it hasn’t brought about case change. simple procedure provided you don’t invalidate it. Problems. that a tremendous amount of charge blows without a great deal of upset. For example. as covered more fully in other lectures. Although a GPM might seem fairly simple or light to you after you’ve gone through it. It makes so much sense in terms of human behavior and misbehavior that you say. Ed IVy . Many thanks to John and Deirdre Alexander for choosing. Some people feel that in order to get clear they really have to suffer the tortures and the agonies of the damned and have to go through the suffer1 ing involved. Fifty have been published (see our online contents to the “print” IVys on our Home Page). create them or not create them.] THIS LECTURE HAS to do with Goals. It’s just too easy. to blow things he looks at. Good and bad indicators To run GPMs you must understand good and bad indicators. or do whatever. unhappy individual. and because of your good indicators you’re so able to view things and kind of laugh them off or laugh with them. if his good indicators are in. at first. and provided also you aren’t third-partied on the subject. that when people start running it they have a tendency. “Well. One of the liabilities we’ve been running into is the problem that running GPMs is too easy. and so effectively. and is feeling cold. in Los Angeles. The mechanical procedure for running them is complex. So running GPMs becomes a very easy. If you think that it’s too easy I can probably make it full of much more drama for you. by the time a person has been processed through the power processes. whose face has turned kind of purple. you observe a Caucasian preclear sitting in a chair.
are part of the necessities of running the upper level materials. Now. there’s so much charge considers himself invalidated. feels. You get subjectively experienced at running GPMs can use that as a rudiment for yourself. You might have a real lot of solid stuff on the subject of coolness. If you’re on solo auditing two out of the three goals in the triad fall. he’s not necessarily in heat. So that’s why we tend to experience self-invalidation you have to ask take it on a little lighter gradient. But eventually you come out the other end with the basic knowledge that you’re not going to invalidate anything you create. if you can. thinks. but he’s feeling warm. and a guy comes along and insists you really need to run Reasons for difficulties grittiness. No life source in his native rather. the particle can be invalidated. By the time we get a guy into running ing to invalidate. that isn’t necessarily bad. Self-invalidation is always an doesn’t it’s usually beI don’t have an ARC break identity. having trained him through the necescomes identified with any creation or particle to sary steps to run them. and let a guy what you are being that can be invalidated. and preferably. self-invalidation is one of the causes for slowdown on running GPMs. makes some kind of sense. He’s feeling very warm. It’s very important to be in heat. and that will seem. break is and indicate it to yourself and go on. because we haven’t gone into them too for which end word to run. GPMs is self-invalidation. grittiness running GPMs. Oh. suggesting that you should run an end word that isn’t yours. while running the upper levels. it’s just a question of the preferable state invalidates himself. So. but there are some that have more charge and more interest and more significance to you personally. What is sons why. native state invalidates himself. Sometimes another source of slowdown in runAnother reason for bad indicators on running ning GPMs is running them in the wrong order. If he tries Therefore he. as differentiated from feeling that the items are so much bigger than you are and that you are stuck in the middle and can’t move. and get into a little circle of that kind of nonsense. You can run almost any end word with benefit. and invalidate the invalidation. there are several possible reahasn’t been an important item for you. I thought I would bring up some of important is what’s real to you when you assess these. an auditor can usually any degree. Those are bad indicators. Sometimes this does You go down the list and find out what the ARC happen.ARC with a fall on the meter when you call it off.Nov 2008 (printed 2009) IVy 89 13 and doesn’t know if he’s in a session or where he is. If the third one assess on a meter: “I’ve got an ARC break with myself. I have an made it real enough. and being there. No life source in his cause you have not-ised it sufficiently. But as soon as a life source beGPMs. perhaps invalidate the one that you were just in. or to run that one at first. Then successfully before we get into the really hot you exteriorize from that viewpoint and then ones. smiling. the this is the first area of ARC break you have to end word is worth runcheck. and being cheerful. being the particle. As ridiculous as that might flict here?” Probably there are. things of this kind. see to it that the end word you get is real to you. Brightness. So whenever you he won’t get it all off. reads One of them is first dynamic ARC breaks -. If breaks with yourself. because there’s nothorder. Another cause for slowdown is evaluation by someone else. “So what?” Because. What you must do is much. So you go ahead and run grittiness If you are having any difficulties or problems in and you say. It’s kind of funny to ning. I’d better word: Ask. IVy . cool the needle right down. identify a hot GPM for the individual. or that isn’t particularly important to you. there is no such thing as a wrong order. “Are there two or more GPMs in conassess myself”. always an identity. it’s nonetheless sometimes necessary. ARC break with myself! Someone asked what to Well I’d better be in do if you get a rock slam on assessing for an end two-way communication with myself. When you’re in that kind of condition or state it’s very easy to take a look at something and blow it. or haven’t with myself. Self-invalidation is Really. And there is a gradient of good indicators where the guy is sitting there and is cheerfully ready for what’s next.
when you get down to the next part of that triad. So as an auditor on this. I’m not trying to say that there necessarily will be difficulties in running the items. one thing you must become very perceptive of is the dramatization of the exact literal statement of the item itself. you can run into some of your own charge on it. at which point you can ask whether he’s being the item. another thing you can do when the item isn’t blowing is encourage the guy to dramatize it and be it. “Gee. “What considerations or what ideas do you have that oppose the item. It is preferable in fact. So you have him do it harder: “Hope not to more. If it doesn’t blow. Now if you suspect at all that a guy is dramatizing a GPM or a GPM item. or what have you. and consequently took 29 hours to complete it. The reason was that in running variableness. to some degree. she was dramatizing the variableness and pulling in every other GPM goal and running them all in one triad. and usually it’s a good laugh when you ask him to give you the next item. “Hating to destroy consciousness but doing it anyway”. you can simply ask him. for example. That’s another way to get items to blow. whether invented or real. you are not surprised if he starts going unconscious. And if you haven’t run a particular end word and you’re running somebody else on it. the goal of the top GPM in the end word consciousness is “to create unconsciousness”. “I sure hate to create unconsciousness. He realizes he’s been dramatizing being critical and he knows he’s been had by his own pictures. and you find that the item won’t blow because it says. or you can ask your preclear (if you’re auditing someone else). Many of you have observed the phenomenon of the one item that has to do with criticism. unconscious. So. And as a result. a mockup of “Hating to create unconsciousness IVy . or variableness. really hope not to”. For example. or inventiveness. Mock up the items I suggest to you very strongly that it is extremely important that you really mock up or understand each item as you go along. For him that’s effort and action.14 IVy 89 Nov 2008 (printed 2009) Dramatization Another cause of slowdown in running GPMs is dramatizing the damned GPM. The preclear won’t want to blow (destroy) the item. There was someone who ran an end word something like “variableness” as her first triad. or are in disagreement with the item?” These are ways of getting an item to blow when it hasn’t. On the other side of that. I hope I don’t have to do that anymore. run one at a time. which is “but doing it anyway”. that very often the guy gets to the item just above it and he starts getting very critical about the auditing room or you. “Hating to create unconsciousness but doing it anyway”. that was the totality of his action level. solo or otherwise. For example. The “hoping not to” item. “hating to destroy”. that’s another thing you can check for if there seems to be any difficulty: “Am I running more than one GPM?” For another example. “Are you dramatizing it? Are you being the item?” “Are you being that particular goal?” Another one is. for example: By the time the guy got that far along in building the GPM. but I wouldn’t do it anyway”. because the item itself is consciousness. this is a way to help get it handled. Considerations Also. He might think. the emotional sensation of hoping. if it doesn’t involve huge communication lags. If the end word suggests something like varietyness. but I’m trying to indicate that when you seem to be having a problem getting an item to blow. keep on that concept rather than getting off into the other end words that you could pull in as a dramatization of the end word you are running. they dramatize the damned thing rather than as-ising and erasing it. they are very often prone to start becoming. So the item won’t blow! The item might not blow because that consideration opposes the item itself. So when someone starts to look at “to create unconsciousness” in running the GPM. So please. you can ask yourself (if you’re soloing). and great energy. So the emphasis on that item is the hoping not to. Have him really exaggerate it. which might also slow your preclear down. hoping not to. to mock up a mental image of an item. If I hope hard enough maybe it’ll go away”. an item may keep from blowing due to considerations that the guy has about being unwilling to be it or have it or do it. So when you put a guy into the item “Too much creating unconsciousness”.
delicate thing as you’re moving along. Sometimes the concept is so ready to blow that just looking at. in this case where the Galactic Center says that I’ve got to go out and render unconscious the beings of another solar system. but don’t be surprised if you get down about 4 or 5 more items and find the session has gone to hell. this rubber band gets stretched and then eventually snaps back to the place that was missed. so we’ll gas the whole planet. it’s already gone. It just doesn’t make sense to me”. and you’ll usually get a read. and I hate to do it. don’t try to make this mocked-up incident necessarily bring about that mocked-up incident. If you really want to fairly safely handle that situation. So it’s a fine. and on the other hand to make sure you’ve got what’s in it. and non-physically within yourself. Oh. Usually you can tell when the preclear gives you the bring-about step between two items.Nov 2008 (printed 2009) IVy 89 15 but doing it anyway” could be giving a dog ether because it was for the dog’s own good because the dog would die if it didn’t get its leg fixed and you couldn’t do it while the dog was conscious. Don’t let the preclear intellectualize it to you by saying. But if you make each item real to yourself in terms of an actual incident of some kind or an actual time place form and event or an invented time place form and event. This is not so on the lower levels. If I don’t do this the beings of my own solar system will be destroyed. although it has a parallel to it. the e-meter might not read on assessing. In other words by observing that the guy is continuing to be more aware. Here I’m going to give another example. but it’s true of somebody who’s in clearing. and is enjoying running this. He says it. to not overrun an item. laughs. If you don’t hear that certainty.) Now. If the guy can’t wrap his wits around the item. just start at the top of the GPM and start doing the bringabout steps down. but we’ve got to do it anyway”. “I can imagine having this planet where the populace is unruly but we’ve got to evacuate the planet because it’s going to blow up. “It sure would bring that about!” You can hear it when it makes sense to him. But. “I can’t see how that would bring that about. Regarding reads on a meter. They’re really fun to do once you learn how. just reading the item. but we’re not going to let them just be destroyed because the sun’s going to go nova. They’re making me do it. he’s still got some charge. “Well. (I will also say that anything you’re likely to invent about the whole track is most likely not an invention. both physically. rather that just getting the items conceptually. or non-comprehension. And then you look at it and it doesn’t make sense to you either! Then you Q & A and say. and more cheerful. The example you have for the next item may just be a lock from this lifetime. You can ask. feeling that I’m compelled to create unconsciousness. The minute you run into any kind of fog. As you gain more experience with this. you begin to feel the item go. that’s probably the item you didn’t get. If he can’t wrap his wits around the bring-about step. because the guy’s awareness level now exceeds that of the e-meter. it’s better to go a little whole track on it. For example in this instance I just gave. If you let an item slide by without blowing it and you go on down. I sure hate to do that because you know I’d rather have them willing to do it. and says. causes it to blow. there’s charge. before you can even say it. That really doesn’t relate specifically to the example of the previous item. or you’ll know it. How do you determine that? Primarily by the continuance of good indicators. be a little suspicious. I guess it doesn’t make sense the plot’s wrong!” You might not hurt anything particularly. And then you may search around trying to blow the item and IVy . remember that from the time a guy has been processed on power and above. the next item would be “Feeling that I am compelled to create unconsciousness”. Rubber band effect There’s kind of a rubber band effect as you’re going down the triad. and the only way to do that is to render the populace unconscious because they won’t cooperate. Sometimes it could happen Bring-about step On the bring-about step between the two items. The concept brings about the next concept. It stretches and stretches and the indicators get worse and worse and worse. the concepts will tend to have much more reality and also you’ll tend to get much more benefit out of running the items. in going down to the next item don’t expect the examples to correlate.
the best action is to go ahead and run GPMs because that’s going to blow off enough charge that it will take care of almost any PTP or ARC break or anything else around anyway. ”Describe to me what you feel like. collectively. the tone arm tends to remain low. but I don’t know what it is”. and then you get past that into other parts and nothing much seems to be happening. doing a button check or a bypassed charge list. it a lot easier to run a GPM. So when you’re assessing at clearing or above and even sometimes with a power release. The significances of the items are the same from GPM to GPM. For example you get the guy who has the majority of hang-up and charge and keyed-in-ness in one part of the triad. and their good indicators are in that they’re amused. What is it? What is it?” A real low tone arm is. as you run GPMs you’ll tend to get improvement up if the tone arm is low. It’s much faster than doing a bypassed charge list. ordinarily. and he’s as-ised or keyed it out sufficiently that the meter can’t pick it up before he does. Anything else? Anything else? Good. also represents “What is it? What is it? What is it? It must be something. that until the person gets enough of them off. A low tone arm indicates to some degree that a person has been overwhelmed by unknown masses. just make sure that the person runs each item and understands it. If this happens. go on and run the GPM. it’s usually better. So the question is. will make Case assessment So if you can’t immediately find the bypassed charge. “Has a GPM been invalidated? Have GPMs been invalidated?” and sort of a general checklist for the problems that do arise at this level of auditing. but in that part you get 2 division blowdowns. You can spend 3 hours trying to get off the by-passed charge when running the GPM would have gotten it all taken care of in an hour. Tone arm Someone asked me about a very low tone arm on running GPMs. and improvement down if it’s high. when you start to run the GPM and you run a half a dozen items. How is it now?” That’s the best case assessment for an upper level preclear. and there’s so damned much mass. If you can’t get the bypassed charge that way. Generally speaking. Some people will have that charge built up in another part of the triad. to some extent. it restimulates so much that it drives the tone arm up. but if the guy is basically keyed out and ready to run. but usually it begins to happen as soon as you run about two synthetic end words. “It’s a something. And we’ll have for you before too long a GPM bypassed charge assessment for things like. If it’s possible to get the tone arm down before running a GPM. That’s where they primarily tend to hang IVy . Good. Consequently there’s a tendency to pull in the related GPMs. For instance. then you have to go to the list. to hell with it. because the pattern of the GPMs is exactly the same from one to the next. and just cleaning up any current restimulation until the person is totally keyed out. the assessment is a cooperative thing where you’re actually kind of communicating with the being and you and he are assessing his bank. so as you’re running the end word you don’t get too much happening on other parts of the triad. If you can’t get results then you’re going to have to do a case assessment. if you’ve got that high tone arm. At this point an e-meter will not read unless the guy decides that’s what it is. Describe what you’re sitting in. and cheerful while running the items. My point is that you can spend a lot of time with rudiments trying to get a tone arm down or up. then you’d better check around to see what else it is. which is generally best done at this level by saying. as you know.16 IVy 89 Nov 2008 (printed 2009) just at power. only he’s more sensitive to what’s in it than the meter is. What do you think may have brought it about? Good. when a person starts running GPMs they may tend to pull in the cumulative pile of all the GPMs at once when they run one GPM. if you want to fool an e-meter — it’s only fooling yourself. or in a certain part of each GPM. In many instances. A high tone arm. A high tone arm indicates an unwillingness to confront to the point where the confronting has gone on complete automatic. But on the other hand you can slow a guy down. is it running? If it isn’t running. and consequently you find it fairly easy to fool an e-meter after you’ve reached a certain point of case level. This is what you run into. happy. Now part of the high tone arm phenomenon has to do with the fact that when the guy starts to run a GPM and gets that end word concept in mind.
One guy was in bed for about three months and was crippled with rheumatoid arthritis because he didn’t do it right. You wouldn’t want to run “timeness” on anybody. and “future-timeness”. and where’s your tone arm now? It should be down. You could run time as a GPM effectively by running ”present-timeness”. “Is this level of abstraction the highest one we can get. “It’s not justness. over your total experience. So you go back and run the other one. That’s right. so that it is easy to do. done wrongly. did it all go smoothly and well. or can we get a little bit higher?” You get to an absolute quality which is in itself primary. Sometimes you just have warmth. judgingness. you would find a similar concept like “perfectness”. we can abstract this and we get “pastryness”. It goes much faster then. Someone suggested that “timeness” might be too big a concept to run on GPMs. Running GPMs takes all of the things you had some reservation or doubt or unwillingness to create. it’s justiceness”. or possibly in that case “purityness” because “pureness” wasn’t quite on. One that’s very typical has to do with IVy . Some people are hung up in the “too much” part. An implant could be simply done here and now. Levels of abstraction There’s a principle in end words that you should know and understand. Or. or Exact wording I’m giving you here some of the various problems and difficulties that can come about in running end words and blowing them. and puts them back into your creating them. the guy could come up with “pie-ness”. which can’t really be reduced to anything more basic. So when you get to the bottom of the triad. To run it as a GPM you’d break “timeness” down. other than to say that you’re not dealing with material that is as light as it may sometimes seem to be. Implants If you get cold. toward the less abstract words. and to have been taught it at the right gradient. you can run spaceness as a GPM. Rather. which could get further abstracted up to something like “pureness”. It blows tremendous masses although usually they go so fast you don’t even see them. let’s call it “sweetness”. and “cake-ness”. and I’m not particularly concerned about that happening. Another one is that a guy can have a difference of opinion with you about the exact wording of the endword. justiceness. judgment. It is that. and I haven’t gone out of my way to point out how you could do it wrongly. Now I haven’t tried to impress on you the dangers of doing it wrongly. then you take both.Nov 2008 (printed 2009) IVy 89 17 up. as three separate triads. it can be a sign of several other GPMs having been pulled in at the same time. And sometimes it’s both. because “timeness” is really prior to GPMs. and then decide it really was the other one. And when you can create anything that previously you’ve been unwilling to create. you’re now in control of the things you were unwillingly creating anyway. But if you want to find “pure” end words. Good. check to see if you have an implant keyed in. you feel them go. Interestingly enough. Sometimes you feel them as heat. So something to check is. though. If you want to find synthetic end words you go the other way. The thing that blows these is the exact creation of the concept. One person will run justness beautifully and the next person says. for instance. turn somebody into a ball. An implant is a particular kind of phenomenon having to do with the enforcement of post-hypnotic suggestions on an individual. It’s because you’re lucky enough to be in good enough shape. If “pureness” didn’t clean completely. if we were to give someone sodium pentothal. So don’t sell yourself short or let anyone else sell you short on the effectiveness of running this procedure just because it seems easy to do. We could abstract that up into. judgedness. you can ask. Another reason the tone arm could go up is because you’ve pulled in other GPMs. Sometimes the guy will run one. usually with electronics on the back track. justness. which would be the one to run. for example. “past-timeness”. implanted or regular GPMs. But I have seen this procedure. “Is there more than one GPM keyed in at the moment?” If necessary you could have the guy look for all related or similar end words. judgmentness. though. and you’ll gain the knowledge of it more subjectively as you work with them. Cold is very often the sign of an implant.
and put the message on at real slow tape a victim. when you were the guy doing the implanting. the less notic phrases and so forth. and when you start ning back track. But he doesn’t realize Submarines send messages now. The guy who screams victim the loudest has usually been victor for a long time. a built-in leak. “You want to be in control here? Well you can work with us. and the reason they have their power is because they are locks on GPM items. those. say 1 7/8 inches per sec. whole message that takes an hour to tape goes out on a very small amount of tape. They are usually efforts to implement one of these GPM goals one way or the other. But on the Victor/victim other hand you can get somebody who looks So. and I’m discussing these so that the back of Dianetics that have to do with forthis discussion can be referred to should you come across these phenomena. we check for same way with these implants. more devious little games inches per second. So we’ll help you run the planet”. so that the we’ve been involved with. And usually that will blow it. those things occasionally come up in runwide-eyed and innocent. and then we give him alternating electric shocks while we beat him with a rubber hose and while we’re doing this we are saying. The implanters landed on a planet and they got the people who were a little smarter and said. “Any memory you had before is false”. because if you ever find one of those things where you were on the receiving end. IVy . It was done the coldness while running a GPM. At the other end it’s that if a person suddenly gets cold. A lot of the space opera civilizations were run by mental controls. and you now have this memory that goes like this”. and usually a victim has to have been a victor earlier. So. There was one funny implant that had to do with convincing a populace of the tremendous advantages of a great religion.victim has to have been control as the people he was helping to put under ond. and we fill in a whole false memory and we say. or as you do. likely he is to come up with them. and usually a that he is as much under speed. Today you hear our military talking about putting a little transmitter in a guy’s skull to give him orders while he’s out on the battlefield and so forth. So these are things the possible combinations that you can find in to know about. That’s one type of implant. Here’s this big tent. extreme slowed down and unscrambled. Or you were. GPMs were the reason those things were ever brought into existence in the first place. so tape. The getters and bouncers and deniers and post-hypless education a guy has on implants. “You will forget all of this and if anybody ever tries to find out you will die or you will kill them for trying”. except out as a signal very quickly. These things are there on the back track. give him ether — make him struggle. though in running actual running GPMs they come up with the damnedGPMs you don’t run into them too much beest stuff. then you’d better be damned sure to look for the time that you originated it. Then after he is unconscious we put half of his body in ice and the other half in hot water.500 a victor earlier. Some guy was trying to enforce unconsciousness on the universe or something like that. And of memory. “You’re going to do what we tell you. Just acknowledge and go on. and they reduplicate that control! It was one of the tape and get it up to about 1.18 IVy 89 Nov 2008 (printed 2009) even better. on a tape recorder. What they do is take magnetic It takes a victor to make that the shield had a leak in it. easy types. and what you do is stand behind the equipment and when these people come in you activate the equipment and it will put them under control. It takes a victor to make a victim. And we say. and it goes We don’t worry too much about implants. Somecourse there were all kinds of forgetters and times enough pressure from enough GPMs can deniers of the person’s past memory and all of also create the same effect. You shouldn’t be too surprised when cause what we’re running here is far senior to you run into it. whole track whether there’s an implanted GPM or a false memory was installed at high speed. a guy agrees and these people keep trooping in and he stands behind a shield and runs the equipment. and here’s this equipment. That’s one of the more simple. Or to solve some of the problems one ran into in trying to accomplish the GPM goals back in some space opera civilization.
. For example. or intelligentness. So. That was your item”. Another phenomenon happens. These could go into persistingness. “Here are some things that can happen. yeah. That might not invalidate their clarity from their own viewpoint. [next page. and the auditor is still trying to run it while the preclear wants to go on to the next item. “Fine. that might give you some more clues about the nature and running of GPMs and some of the problems and circumstances that can arise. it blows. all of a sudden he might say. and that is a dramatization of GPM end words that say don’t do anything. By the way.. Write it down Once you know this structure. “Give me the next item”. cooperativeness. and you look at the meter.Nov 2008 (printed 2009) IVy 89 19 Continuing to get clear Now. “Hey. “Oh. it’s gone. then look for the end word or end words that this might be a dramatization of. But there are a great many auditors who tend to be stuck in end words like thoroughness and completeness and organizedness. here’s how to handle them. which would be wiseness. Otherwise you might sit down to run it and find you can’t remember what it was! Also. continuingness. It may be that when you get to running that GPM. changingness. and you say. Because that’s how fast it goes. There are some end words which say. you may have heard some GPM item mentioned in a lecture. there’s one thing that can prevent a person from continuing to get clear once he has started on the GPMs. In which case you say. changeness. “That was my GPM”. my friends. “Make it harder for yourself”. I know the end word!” But if you get an end word. his present time problems in his immediate environment are reflected by the last item he ran or the next one he needs to run. so it has to be its opposite. and systematicness and detailedness and methodicalness. write it down so you don’t as-is it and forget it. and running it brings about a tremendous amount of freedom for people. particularly when you get down near the bottom of the GPM. he says “Stupidness” well. sometimes as you get a little faster with this stuff. and you cannot remember what it was because it’s erased. item down at the bottom of the plot and something blows. you may have already looked at that particular item enough that a good part of it is blown by the time you go to run it. It’s that sometimes. “Don’t change”. huh? Or individualness. Get the idea? So you run that triad out and next week he’s got a different set of present time problems. Then don’t suppress it. that’s the goal I was running”. dependentness and independentness are both runnable. This is very potent material. Once a person starts on GPMs. or independentness. and we would say. which is the reason why when you start to run one of these things you must write down the three goals completely. That means you either have to laboriously mock up that thing again or. Ah. “Great! Beauti- IVy . If you find any tendency to slow down or not want to go on. but I am putting it here to say. So if you want to know what GPM to run next just have the guy look around at his present time problems and ask what end word would best represent them. Also. we know it’s not stupidness (a negative concept). It just could be. So you ask what end word would best represent those? “Well I just can’t seem to get along with people”. your eye happens to hit on an Clear Many people in Scientology were invalidated on areas they were clear in. what is easier. I’m not putting the information here to say. He could be stuck in creating unchangingness. When we first were running this material we used to say. The guy would say it. yeah. but I am clear!” You look at him and you look at his indicators. you will find it impossible to not look around and say. the damned thing erases. look over at the piece of paper where you have it already mocked up. and so what happens is the guy says the item. or dependentness. second paragraph] Now when you run somebody through about 10 triads. but go back up and continue your action. “Oh. just have it. and they then insist on the guy being very methodical. not only am I clear on those 10 subjects. and don’t sell it short”. or geniousness or some such thing.
as differentiated from being clear. That’s probably the most important part of being clear. FREE THETA The Journal of the International Freezone Published Quarterly Abridged version available free online at internationalfreezone. Clear is basically just having a ball in life. very short. That might not invalidate their clarity from their own viewpoint. imme- diately involve the ability to walk on water. or you don’t do it. Usually the state in some sense is disappointing because the state of clear does not. We have two alternate clearing procedures that do it too. Copyright © 1978.20 IVy 89 Nov 2008 (printed 2009) ful! Now let’s just check out the rest of the prior programming and get you clearer”. ¤ The Curious Auditor RON MADE over three thousand hours of recorded lectures. That’s their problem. you know how you’re keeping it there. Here is a little.. . Many people in Scientology were invalidated on areas they were clear in. A very long story. But don’t hesitate to acknowledge the guy when he says he’s clear. and doing what you want to do when you want to do it where you want to do it. doing anything you’re unwilling to do. ” ¤ IVy . “I never knew what it would be like”.net or hardcopy from: Ray Krenik rkrenik@hotmail. to walk your body through walls. I’m not trying to restimulate your curiosity but I’m just saying. pretty much. A very complicated story with tremendous plot twists. “Now. That’s a part of being clearer. I never!” You’re not curious enough.com PO Box 1757 Elma WA 98541-1757 USA “I never saw such an incurious lot of people. Our GPM procedure is one of the best routes we have to accomplish that. knowing you are cause. mostly to auditors. or their hidden standard. 2009. and then falling on his face on things he hasn’t bothered to clear yet. and that there is no self-conflict. It’s an odd phenomenon that duplication and validation tend to as-is any remaining mass. Either you change your mind and are willing. listen to me. You just aren’t. excerpt from his First Melbourne ACC lectures series. Or if there is. “Well. and so forth. I have yet personally to ever meet anyone who has been cleared who did not say. Every case is a story. instead of just assuming the state and taking it for granted. There is no self-conflict. because a real clear can’t be invalidated on his state. before clear they had a bunch of pictures about what it would be like to be clear.. Because. to do telekenesis. made on 26th November 1959. and to do it by himself. And seldom. Clear is the bottom. but this one leaves the guy with the mechanics whereby he can go on getting clearer. if at all. He is clear as far as that is concerned. All rights reserved. but it would tend to keep them from expressing it and to that degree cause them to be less than clear. So if you’re truly clear you don’t have to worry about somebody invalidating your clearness. The clear on this procedure is in a position to keep on getting clearer and clearer and clearer from there on out. unfortunately. And the pictures usually bear damned little relationship to the state.
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so to speak. You should not direct his attention away from his case. or perhaps more precisely. When you are in touch with a person. You do not have to have a certificate with a name beginning with the word “Hubbard” to have someone in that Holy State. It is not the Holy Land we are talking about here. and does not seem to be in a state of satisfied extroversion. he or she will get what Scientologists call “case gain”. that person will come to a state of extroversion. and perhaps a little discovery concerning what he or she was looking at. is looking inwards. Let him or her talk. you say that that person is in session. and is also willing to talk to you. You have helped someone. Nothing more is needed. You could be an very ordinary person. If the person remains in that Holy State. and consider that you were in something of a holy state yourself. There are a few things that it would be unwise (sub optimum) to do if a person you are in contact with is in that Holy State. whether it is to ask him if you could borrow a fiver (£5) or ask him if he has an ARC break. Given a relatively peaceful environment. ¤ IVy . using a simple tool: communication. What we are discussing is a Holy State. by any means and that person is interested in what Scientologists (and others) call his case. And what do you know? You have conducted a successful auditing session. If he or she dries up.22 IVy 89 Nov 2008 (printed 2009) Regular Columns A World of IVy by A Pelican. I would regard you as having a small halo around your head. especially if he (or she) does talk to you about it. a Holy Condition. If you are talking Scientologese. Antarctica The Holy State WHEN I WAS a lot younger (end of 30s. He or she will feel better and perhaps have a sense of relief. It was also called Palestine. beginning of 40s) we had scripture lessons and talked a lot about the Holy Land. that person is in a Holy State. with some sort of feeling of relief. you could ask a question about what his or her attention was on.
. . . . . . . . Alan . . . . 47 OT carrot. . . . . .International Viewpoints Contents IVy 2008 (Number 85 to 89) . . . . . . Flemming . . . . . . Burtles. . . . Agnes . . 39 Happiness . . . 25 GPMs and NOTs . . . Jack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Britta . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Burtles. . . . . . . . Funch. Ambrose. . . . . . 03 Curious auditor. . . 21 Can anything good come from a sci fi writer? . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Ron Hubbard’s technology . . . . . 33 Scientology in retrospect . . . . . 42 One day . . . . Freeman. . . . . . . . . . . . Jack . . . . Araujo. Flemming . . . . . . . . . . 10 End and Start . . . . . . . . . . . . Ed . . . 45 Auditing pitfalls: How to avoid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Horner. . 09 God realisation — A statee beyond OT . . . . . 28 Meta tech . . Dawson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jack . . . Hart. . . . . . Jim . . . Funch. Burtles. . . . . . . . . . . . . Jack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Agnes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Britta . 19 Logic is not just language analysis . . The . . . . Burtles. . . . . . . The . . . . . . . . . Anderson. 43 Life’s pleasure moments . . Thoughts on . Flemming . . . . . . . . . . . . . Burtles. . . . . . . . . . . . . Jim . . . . . . 12 Horner’s Scientology Story . . . 10 GPM problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Agnes . . Jack . . Hubbard L Ron (excerpt) Hubbard L Ron (excerpt) Incognito . . . Pierre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Conferences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Reality. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Araujo. . . . . . . . . . . Jim . . . . . . . . . . . Funch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Foster. . . . . . . . Ethier. . . . . . . . . . . Reuben . . . 03 GPM line up 1973. . . . . . . Judith . . . . . . . Horner. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pierre . 45 Protesters spook top management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09 What makes u tick? (book review) . . . JCR . . . . Horner. Heidrun . Britta . . . . . . . . 13 Black panther mechanism demystified. . . . . . part 2 . . . . . . . . . . 20 Melbourne wisdom . . . . . . . . . Funch. The . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jack . . . . . . . Mary . Funch. . . . . . . . . . . 33 Zen Scientology. . . Agnes . . 29 Reality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Horner. . . . . . . 30 Feeling it . . . . . Ethier. . . . . . . . . . . What GS have to do Scientology 05 Scientologist. . . 40 General Semantics. . . . . Burtles. . . . . . . Agnes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Who is a . . . . . . . . . . Funch. . . . . . . Horner. . . . 08 Flag and solo NOTs . . . . . . Martin . Flemming . . . . . 04 GPM line up 1973. . . . . . . . . 44 Crime. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . part 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Long haul. . . . . Flemming . . . . . . . . . . . 05 Ethics — the right way . . . . . . . . . 43 Group minds and the origin of apparent reality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Araujo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page Body Health Corner . . 39 Scientology and technology . . . . . . . . . . . . Araujo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Flemming . Beer. . The . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jim . . 30 Real results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . On . . 17 Building a new civilisation . . . . . . Burtles. . . Title . . . . A . Early Bird . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Horner. . . . . . . . . . Rolf . . . . . . Rolf . . . . . . . . [Lyngby] Author . . . . . . . . . . . 08 Rudiments and model session. . . part 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Clearing help bracket. . 28 We are the new civilisation . K. . . . . . . . . . . . . Araujo. . 33 IVy No 88 88 87 86 86 87 88 88 85 87 87 88 85 89 88 87 85 88 87 86 85 89 85 87 88 85 86 89 87 86 86 87 88 89 89 85 89 88 86 88 87 87 IVy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . K. . . . . . . Regarding (answer to letter) . 17 Four ways to reduce crime . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . Ross. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . End phenomena. . . . . . K. . . Hank . . . . Per . . . . . . Pelican. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Moore. . . . . Phillips. . Scientology reformation series 36 . . Going up the bridge . . My Scientology story 8 . . . . Pen . . . . . . . . Saint Hill EU as student and staff . . Contents 2008 35 31 25 23 25 25 25 25 23 23 23 25 25 25 01 07 07 21 42 47 22 24 22 24 41 03 11 40 35 38 41 29 35 40 11 44 45 38 04 15 33 37 19 15 34 11 03 20 18 31 31 85 86 86 85 86 87 88 88 89 85 85 86 87 88 89 89 89 88 88 87 85 87 89 88 85 86 85 86 88 89 87 87 88 86 85 87 88 89 89 85 88 86 85 88 89 86 88 88 88 89 89 Contents List We publish here an alphabetical contents list for the year in both title and author order. . . . . . . . Kenneth G Urquhart. . . . . . . . IVy Internet lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kenneth G Urquhart. . . . . . . . . Dublin and just after . . . . Antony A . . . . . Kenneth G . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Phillips. . . . . . . . . . . . . Do you have a hard time understand. . . Dilemma of . . . . . . . Rolf . . . . . . . . . . . Antony A . Holy state. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Phillips. Scientology reformation series 35 . . . . . . . Antony A . Antony A . . . . . . . GPMs and games . . . . . . . Phillips. . . . . . Early London years . . . . Phillips. . . . . . . . . . . . Comments on the articles in IVy 85 . Health stable data. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rolf . . . .ivymag. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Antony A . . . . . . . . forever . . . . . . . Happiness. . . . Occasional sex series: 7 . . . . . . Rolf . . My second auditing career . Antony A . Phil . . . . Krause. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Early Scientology years . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rolf . . . Body care . . Thanks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ant’s Scientology story 1 . . . . Feelings. . . . . . . . . . London Org in the late 50’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . My Scientology story 7 . . . . . . . My Scientology story 9 . . . . . . . . . James . . . . . . Ant’s Scientology story x (no story here) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . K. . . . . IVy 2009 . . James . GPMs: Adventurous routine 2-12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sophia . Rozanne . . . . . . . . . . . A . . . . . . . . . . . Project Camelot and the Dane Tops letter . . .2 IVy K. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Scientology reformation series 37 . . . . . . . . . . Levin. . . . . . . . Then. . . . . . . . K. . . . . . . Todde . . . . . . . . . . . Short story . . . Rolf . . . . Caspar de . . K. . . . . . . . . . . . . Pelican. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Phillips. . . . . . K. K. James . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rolf . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 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...... Britta .......... Do you have a hard time understanding. IVy Ageing.....................................Contents 2008 IVy 88 85 86 88 89 87 87 86 85 88 88 87 86 86 86 87 88 87 89 85 88 86 85 89 85 85 88 88 87 89 87 87 88 89 87 85 86 88 87 86 89 88 88 88 88 89 3 Title .......................... Author .09 ...............09 ..................... Moore.. Holy state................21 ...........24 ........... ...............43 ................................. Phillips.................. GPM problems............................................ Phillips........................... On .................33 ................................. Sophia .. GPMs: Adventurous routine 2-12. Horner. Ant’s Scientology story 4..........40 ..................................................44 ............... Pierre................................ Ant’s Scientology story 1.................13 .... Going up the bridge........................................03 ......... Burtles...................... Todde .18 ................................17 ..................29 ................. Flemming ........................ Antony A................ Feeling it ....... Flemming ...............41 ............ Araujo........... Burtles...................... part 1 ................... GPM line up 1973..... Scott........................ badly defined! ................................................................................. Data for releases .................. General Semantics (and Scientology). Dawson............................................ Per ... Phillips............................ Reynard..12 ............ Jack .......... Rolf ............ Pierre.......... Agnes ......... Urquhart...30 ... Rolf ...... GPMs and games........ Ant’s Scientology story x (no story here) ........ Happiness...................... Pelican. Antony A. Antony A... Attention........... Phillips... Phillips....................................... Araujo... James ... Crime.... a ...20 ...... Pelican.....31 ........... Horner............................ Curious auditor........... Funch...... IVy ...04 ...... Horner............... Kenneth G ....................11 .......31 ..................22 ........ Forgotten Scientology gems series 1.................................. Flag and solo NOTs .. Body care ...........39 ..... Jim ...........................12 ............ End and Start (poem)..... K.............................. Pelican. Antony A. Jack ................................................... Rolf ............. Bob . Rolf .............. Phillips. Rolf ...25 ...................... Ethier...............................40 .................................................. part 2 ............ Hubbard L Ron ............. Early Scientology years .. Conferences ................... Feelings......................35 .......... Phillips.......... Britta ........ Urquhart.25 ....... Freeman. Antony A...... Conferences .............. Early London years .... Group minds and the origin of apparent reality ........ Happiness........ Araujo............... Building a new civilisation....................................... A........ Antony A...20 ................................... Health stable data. Black panther mechanism demystified.......................... Horner...............35 ............... Urquhart.. Schiøttz............................ Body Health Corner......... A............ Ant’s Scientology story 2...............................................................19 ............ Ant’s Scientology story 3...............33 ........ God realisation — A state beyond OT...................................................... Antony A........... K.......... Four ways to reduce crime.................... GPMs and NOTs .............. Agnes ....................................... Can anything good come from a sci fi writer? ....... Alan . Antony A... Look at Scientology ... K......................................................................................... Jack .................. Salén.......... A ........... Ed ................................10 .. Clearing away bogus notions about... Kenneth G ...... Group Processing....... End phenomena...... Ethier............................................. Jack .. Burtles.. Ambrose.............. Funch. Clearing help bracket...................................... Phillips...................... K................ Antony A........................... K..................... Ross.......05 ..........31 ..................03 ..................................35 . Phil.......................22 ................. GPM line up 1973..24 .................15 .........18 ............................................. Kenneth G ............. Ethics — the right way .............. Phillips..... The ........28 ........ Agnes ......................... Mary ........... Auditing pitfalls: How to avoid ..... The ....................... Dublin and just after ............................ Comments on the articles in IVy 85 .........38 ................... The ............... Page ..............11 ......11 .....40 .
.................... Jim .................. Horner..........38 ........25 . Phillips... Bill... Scientology reformation series 36 ........ part 2 .......... K............ Pelican ........ Jim ............. Logic is not just language analysis ...............25 ...... Dilemma of ................ My Scientology story 9 ..... James ........ Jack .. K................................ Types of auditing................................. Heidrun....... Funch..... Scientologist.............................. Moore.................... K........33 .................................. Phillips.43 .....45 ....................................................................... The . K....... My Scientology story 8 ................. Then...... Melbourne Wisdom (excerpts) .............. Flemming ............................................................ Rolf ........42 .............. Rozanne....... Krause.......................................................42 .............22 .............44 .................... Levin. Hank.. Rijk........... Reality .....................05 ........... K................................................... K.................. Agnes .......... K.... Hart...................... Funch.25 ..................29 ......................... Early Bird .................... Real results...........................37 ........................................46 ..... Reality........ Burtles..... Rolf ............... Regarding (answer to letter) ...................... Meta tech................... My Scientology story 10 ...45 ............................. Rolf ......... Rolf ...................39 ..07 ............................... Judith.............. Phillips........03 ..... Anderson.......... Horner.................................. We survived........ Hank....................... Scientology in retrospect ....................................................... Beer........ Burtles.................... Incognito ..............................................41 ........ Ryan............................ Philipius.. Flemming ..............................47 .......................................................17 .... Ron Hubbard’s technology .................................................................... Agnes ............. Who is a .... Project Camelot and the Dane Tops letter .......................... Antony A. Rolf .....47 .... Foster... Flemming .. Antony A...............................07 .............. Antony A...10 ..... Reuben . Scientology reformation series 35 ..... Moore..... Funch.............................. Rolf ..................... IVy 2009 .... K.................... Scientology reformation series 34 ....23 .............................. Zen Scientology...... Rolf .................................01 ....03 .......................... Burtles..23 ................... Rudiments and model session..................... Flemming ... James . We are the new civilisation .................................. A .................... Martin................. Organizations..... Antony A............. The ....... Life’s pleasure moments ........04 ........15 ....... Organised counselling in the UK.. International free zone conference in retrospect ..................... My Second Auditing Career ............ Jim ..21 ................................................. Oh Danmark .................... JCR ..... Scientology and technology .....................25 .............................. Scientology reformation series 37 ..... Hubbard L Ron ........ Araujo.........08 .................................28 ............................. Pornography ....... IVy Internet lists ...............................23 .....45 ................ OT carrot............ Rolf ..30 ...23 . Phillips........ Caspar de .................................. Araujo..... forever ........ Antonius .......... KRC over ARC — general principle......47 .19 ........ Rolf ...... K.....................34 ................ Funch. Saint Hill EU as student and staff .......................... Burtles.. Rolf ........................................... Thoughts on ................................... Britta ......................................4 IVy Contents 2008 Horner’s Scientology Story ..................08 ........................... Occasional sex series: 7 . K.................... now..... Levin....................................................... 89 87 88 88 85 88 88 89 87 88 85 85 86 87 88 88 86 89 89 85 88 88 89 89 86 86 89 89 86 85 85 85 88 85 87 85 86 87 88 86 89 85 87 89 86 87 87 IVy .............................25 ........25 .................. Rolf ........... Rijk..... K................. Jack ........... Pen................. Caspar de ..... Rise and fall of Ron’s Org Netherlands............33 .. Regarding (reader’s letter) ... Short story ............ Long haul.......................... What makes u tick? (book review) .................... Thanks ....... One day ... Protesters spook top management .......... Rolf .............................. London Org in the late 50’s.25 . Zen Scientology. My Scientology story 7 .................
I hear a perso n that lo o ks like a Pakistani o r Indian. he has lived here fo r many years o r was born here. Used) rules. Ah. and no w ends in my motherland. Rolf Krause moved back to Denmark after 20 years overseas. To that yo u can add a do zen European co untries that were closer to ho me. the USA. The train ride was just an appendix to a return trip that started in Indianapolis. Nepal. Vous). Senegal. 2009. No need to pick up the lo cal language thro ugh educatio n or tuto ring to speak to the “natives”. And it wasn’t that I used too many English words either. strangers were addressed “De” and peo ple you knew well were addressed “Du”.. Danish grammar was in this regard similar to the German (Sie. I have a lot of catching up to do . Denmark. The language In Aldous Huxley’s famo us no vel. I arrived at Co penhagen Main Statio n in early March. I tell my bro ther that the main statio n loo ks like a piece o f China. or in offices. the CyberIVy editor. and Spanish (Tu. I try to pick up a bit o f their language o r find peo ple who speak a language I understand. Obvio usly. I HAVE ALWAYS BEEN an avid traveler. even in banks. Ho ng Ko ng. how you addressed strangers. Mo ro cco . Here is an essay on how it felt being back after all these years. I experienced a somewhat similar scenario as John the Savage did. The first thing that has changed was. Russia. Chicago o r Lo s Angeles. was asto unding. I spoke antiquated Danish that made people send me o dd lo oks. has learned English as a second language by reading Shakespeare’s collected plays. On radio and TV the language sounded shocking for someone who had been out o f circulatio n for 20 years. as there are many Orientals hanging around. the main character. even by highly educated speakers. Thailand. Du). the office of CyberIVy moved as well. po etic and o ld-fashioned language. My bro ther is there to welcome me. Brave New World. Denmark Oh Danmark! Recently. French (Tu. Coming back. Coming back after 20 years o verseas was indeed a mo st sho cking experience. be it on the street. The ethnic mix o f travelers and bystanders is quite unexpected fo r Co penhagen. in interviews. With him. Iran. even bank and go vernment emplo yees wo uld use the informal form at first meeting. In this fashion I have go ne to China. When I left 20 years ago . Canada and Mexico. The time is aro und 6 PM. My brother laughs and says that in the last fifteen years o r so there has been a co nstant influx of peo ple from aro und the wo rld and it isn’t just the main station that lo o ks like that. speak to ano ther in perfect Danish. ho wever. Denmark. in stores. etc. at least o ne familiar face and lo ved one. The amount of swearwords and vulgar expressions used. By that I mean that I have gone to strange places and tried to mingle with the lo cal po pulatio n. The strangest land I have ever visited is. In the days and weeks fo llowing my arrival. USA. When he speaks with people in the new world he addresses them in this formal. My first impressio n is that it’s a piece of Manhattan. my o wn mo therland. John the Savage. It was a rude dialect of the working IVy . India. I haven’t been at the Main Statio n since 1989. My Danish seems to be amazingly workable even after all these years. ho wever.Nov 2008 IVy 89 Regular Column 23 IVy Tower by Rolf K.
trying to convert the prices to do llars that the price level had to be one of the highest in the wo rld. when a pro perty company hires a company employee to wash the stairs and sweep the yard and sidewalks. from 0. At the cashiers I had to fumble with the unfamiliar coins and bills. including counseling and o ther co nsulting sold by the hour. He was still discussing a sho rt sto ry called “We Use the Sunday fo r Fucking”. has in 2009 a new mix o f ethnicity. Especially English wo rds o f Latin origin have beco me po pular also by academics and have replaced go o d Danish expressio ns and older loan wo rds fro m o ther languages. The population mix As mentio ned in the intro ductio n. the country was a peaceful little land where the crime rate was very. In the streets of Copenhagen it is not an unusual sight to see groups o f school children o f Indian. Add to that all the new high tech expressio ns and words that by no w are internatio nal. I proudly told my friends overseas that shootings in IVy . In Denmark there is a flat 25% sales tax on fo o d. the Devil and other religio us matters. The same type of show has been seen in England. Tho se in style now refer to sexual and fecal matters while my generatio n used to swear by Go d. The way yo u show that you are “part o f the peo ple” is to swear and use what I co nsider vulgar wo rds and expressio ns. In Indiana.a 15 year old bo y who spoke perfect Danish. however. An estimate is that it. the amo unt o f English fo reign words used in Danish has do ubled in the last generatio n. the pay he gets from his employer for this wo rk will be subject to sales tax as well. One of the finalists was “Mohamed” . On the radio there was a piece by a literary perso n. They had been taken in as fugitives. use o f English wo rds has do ubled. USA. She was from Aalborg in Northern Jutland and she even spoke the lo cal dialect to perfection. As a result all speak this “lowest co mmo n deno minato r” o f what used to be vulgar language. Another contestant was a young Turkish girl. in a new design when I arrived that March evening of 2009. Many foods were double of what you wo uld expect in an American supermarket. It was just very different fro m what I was used to 20 years ago . The money In Denmark we still use Danish Kroner (DKK) and thus we have not followed the main trend in Europe to ado pt the Euro. the change in swearwo rds in co lloquial Danish is a matter o f style. on average. most of the prices were abo ut five times or more co mpared to when I left. as cashiers in sto res. there was no sales tax on fo od and only about 7% sales tax on other merchandise. According to the professor mentioned abo ve. The latest law has even introduce sales tax (Moms) o n caretaker wo rk performed internally by employees of a pro perty company.8% use o f English wo rds to 1. it had been published years ago but the literary co mmunity had no t yet finished discussing it and all the sexual details. When I left 20 years ago there were small ethnic gro ups around the big cities and that was it. In Denmark. Apparently. On TV there recently was a talent show. The law When I left. Arabian. Walking through a supermarket and looking at the prices of milk. very low. or African origin. is 80% higher on the bottom line. What was striking to me abo ut the Danish version was the ethnic mix of performers. Acco rding to the pro fesso r. and acro ss the co untry. there has in all my lifetime been this high ideal that we are all equal. All coins and bills were. Acco rding to a pro fesso r in Danish language. Yo u meet them as bus drivers. Now. these po pulatio ns “fro m the warm co untries” have beco me part of the eco no my. The amount o f new wo rds that had sneaked in through watching to o much American pro duced TV was also significant. called the X Factor. It seemed to me.) The amo unt o f swearwo rds used is actually the same. other types of merchandise and even on mo st services. where I lived fo r many years. Chinese. Germany and many other countries. I was in shock — a “Price Shock!” of sorts. except o n TV where swearwords were never used in times past. bread and meat made my eyes po p. In other words. Also . Having co me fro m the USA it was no t difficult fo r me to understand the new wo rds. the po pulatio n of Co penhagen.24 IVy 89 Regular Column — IVy Tower Nov 2008 class that had wo n out. USA.6% (based o n analyzing co llo quial texts and speech. etc. as sho p o wners.
My friends in USA wo uld listen to this in disbelief in a co untry where all co ps wo re bullet proo f vests. Niels Helvig Petersen. The po lice had co me to his home to take him to a psychiatric hospital upo n the request o f the veteran’s family. also banks. This support comes from bo th the right and the left side of the political spectrum. A ro ck singer. I remembered them best as co mbatants from co mpeting parties. It is not quite “Big Bro ther is watching you”. the peace between the po lice and gangs and criminal elements had lo ng been o ver. and her grandson. with her son. No w the foreman bo wed deeply when Hevig Petersen went up o n the po dium to address the assembly. as the welfare state sometimes is called. Queen Margrete II. future Crownprince Christian. is looking after you. etc. but no w 20 years later they had gray hair and were very set in their ways. the old. Sanne Salo mo nsen. Like it or not. Big Mother Society Danes have. You have to pay very high taxes but “Big Mother”. The po liticians have for decades been advocates for the poo r. this is how the society is designed. always proudly supported their social safety net. All citizens are registered by a perso nal ID number (CPR: central personal register. The public figures Here I will mention some of the well known people you see in the press and o n TV. Three generations of Danish royalty. Co ming back. Even an innocent bystander had been killed. who used to be a sexy kitten. but it is sometimes close. She did perfo rm. Crownprince Federik.) With the high tech and Internet revolution. again as I remembered him. and casualties in the co rps around the co untry were o n the news every week — if no t every day. The perpetrato r was called “The Police Murderer”. who I remembered as a so mewhat rebellio us figure. was preceding the parliament as chairman. and that incident was aro und 1960. No t only go vernment offices use it when you arrive at the doo r. Sven Auken. as described in Orwell’s no vel 1984. Ano ther incident that was co vered in mid March was a po lice action where a psycho tic military veteran attacked the police with a sword. the unemplo yed. In that functio n he greeted ano ther up and co ming po litician. and the helpless children. You can get public help and hando uts in just about any situatio n of need.Nov 2008 IVy 89 Regular Column — IVy Tower 25 the streets were unheard o f and there had o nly been o ne instance where a po lice man had been sho t. ho wever. In a TV transmissio n fro m the Fo lketing (Parliament) I saw so me o f the up and co ming figures — as I remembered them. They can instantly confirm yo ur name and address and with a little hacking. Amo ng them are so me politicians who still made headlines. the disabled. One po litician. but the sexy kitten image was o f the past. Some of the first news in the media was abo ut gang wars between rival drug gangs. libraries and commercial co mpanies have access to at least an entry level of this register instantly. they have access IVy . had had a heart attack and was still in reco very. in my lifetime. the single mothers. Yo u hear abo ut bank robberies and o ther hard crime at a rate that shattered the idyllic picture I had painted o f Denmark o verseas. this register is a “public secret”. In the heat of the incident the po lice sho t the former so ldier in self defense.
Who kno ws many far away countries. Bremen. This functio n has. This old. bicycles have had a “Copenhagen” means “the harbo r of the merchants”. It is Harbor. such as when you are o ut o f sugar. In the USA and most other countries I have visited. Yo u do n’t ment complexes have been built. The po litical each ship o nly spend a few hours at dock and lobby groups always press to get mo re benefits thus you only see a few merchant ships at the for the buck and “help to the wo rst situated time. and cargo bikes. for a what? large part. monumental go vernquences o n relatio nships among the citizens as ment buildings. In places there speak with yo ur neighbo rs. It is so effective that to step in and help peo ple in need. This is very different fro m most o ther cultures and counties — though it seems to be the culture of Scandinavia and Northern Euro pe. updated and reshaped in many ways. yachts. They still press passenger ships. model and that the go vernment has to step in. such as Rotterdam. lost its functio n as a center of shipping and receiving goods from to more sensitive informatio n. and cosmo po litan harbor has now are a very common sight. and others. there is a curiosity. the very cradle of this o ver number one in the Western world for Internet 800 year o ld city. exotic Renaissance. On the other hand. has But. Ore- IVy . It merchant ships can load and unlo ad containers is always “the respo nsibility of the go vernment” in Copenhagen Harbor. is greater coastline to the sea (the sound. The cityscape of Copenhagen The cityscape of Copenhagen had in the 20 years been reno vated. It is fro m where the containers are transported by quite an exception that peo ple go o ut o f their truck across Europe. What you see of water traffic in 2009 is peo ple and gro ups in so ciety”. like the one shown. that mainly consisted This is all fine when yo u are do wn o n yo ur luck. need an extra hand. The most significant changes were around the old Copenhagen Denmark is a mix of high tech and low tech. sightseeing boats and some the butto n. it also has so me o ther co nsebeen torn down.. been relo cated to giant container harThe Big Mother so ciety do es change the interacbo rs. yo u barely greet were new big ho tels and corporate headquareach other when yo u meet o utside the fro nt ters instead o f wo rn down apartment complexes and industrial sites. The name access. To ask neighbors fo r favo rs. which in Scandinavia has been replaced by go vernment services and phone numbers to call if you are in need or feel lo nely. interest and a desire to help. o f old wareho uses and trading companies. The beautiful waterfro nt. There is still a dock where way to help each other in any serio us manner. When I inspected the do or. Instead. etc.26 IVy 89 Regular Column — IVy Tower Nov 2008 considered an invasion of their privacy. The huge harbor has instead become an that any need or inequality is against the Danish area of recreation and sightseeing. tio n amo ng peo ple in o ne significant way. like it o r no t. concern. theaters. just like they used to . o ver and o ver. and expensive apartany no n-o ptimum situatio n soo n beco mes “the responsibility o f the go vernment”.
however. feel rejuvenated in spirit by revisiting old places. ho wever. of this strange and “new” country.) Even with so many changes to the cityscape. I saw giant windmills built in the water. That was the new subway or Metro which is a great addition to public transportation. that it had changed o wners many times. such as “7-Eleven”. it had o f late passed hands fro m an Icelandic speculato r. It still felt like home to walk and drive the streets of Copenhagen. if not to perfection by the new standards. I fo und new po lished marinas with expensive yachts. 25% o f the co untry’s electricity consumptio n is no w pro vided by wind po wer. The streets were where they used to be and still had the same names. It has transfo rmed the DanishSwedish regio n (Co penhagen-Malmo ) to o ne big metro po lis which spans the bo rder. No need fo r co mputer maps o r car pilo t devices there. “Oh Danmark!” ¤ Copenhagen harbor. Our po pular Queen Margrethe II. She even had an art exhibition recently o f paintings do ne o ver many years. The few sto refronts that hadn’t changed acco unted fo r some sentimental mo ments. an apartment sto re that lo o ked just like it used to o n its lo catio n on a major square o f Co penhagen. the basic map o f Co penhagen hadn’t changed much. to the State o f Iceland that had to bail o ut the bank. including my lo vely grown daughter. IVy . no w do minated. and simply by being able to speak my mo ther tongue. the cradle of the city. My mental map just needed a light dusting o ff and I was back in the rat race o f getting fro m po int A to B by the mo st o ptimum route. The number of inhabitants in Denmark has increased slightly. and I saw the new giant bridge that co nnects Co penhagen to Sweden and allows fo r swift car and train traffic between the countries. The department sto re’s general manager’s co mments to the media were. The storefro nts in the parts o f Co penhagen where I had lived o r knew well had nearly abo ut all changed. I think less than 10% in the last 20 years.Nov 2008 IVy 89 Regular Column — IVy Tower 27 sund). It wasn’t that my body had been rejuvenated to a young and exuberant state that was chasing the girls. The sto ry behind the o ld landmark building was. McDo nald’s. I did. to an Icelandic bank. the artist on the thro ne. is still there and as popular as ever. I also reco gnized Magasin du No rd. that as far as he was co ncerned it was “business as usual” on the lo catio n at Kongens Nyto rv (the square. is today taken over by yachts and cruise ships. Oh Danmark! Despite the many changes there are also many things that haven’t changed. Changes had also swept through the banking world due to takeo vers and mergers. or nuances o f words. reconnecting with old friends and family members face to face. at least without any risk o f being misunderstood or o ffending anybody due to lack of kno wledge and understanding of taboos and customs. Chain sto res. I reco gnized an o ld wine store and several restaurants and ho tels. New supermarket chains had gotten a big piece o f the fo o d market and so o n. In my sleep I sometimes mumble if I am not sno ring. One big impro vement that had taken years and years of inco nvenient constructio n wo rk had been in use for five years o r so . What have I been mumbling recently? Well. My o verall experience o f returning to my mo therland was maybe best expressed by a friend of mine who called my account “an experience of reincarnating into the same body”. ho wever. the short version of this is. and many o ther Danish chains. Due to the financial crisis. Ho w true that rings. no w again after 20 years.
agreed upon. Both books were talked about and promoted in official Scientology. AntEd. But now. But you don’t have to believe that it actually really is Reality. so mething no t to be taken to o seriously. but I o bvio usly had a bit o f a misundersto od. a tempo rary apparency. this was all that Richard Bach called “illusion”. is what exists permanently beyo nd all this transito ry stuff we can touch and eat and lo o k at and travel thro ugh. that’s exactly the stuff that is just an illusion. as o ppo sed to being the o ne and only o bjective reality. So. but it is just a transient pro jectio n. as we were using the wo rd in o ppo site ways. IN the 80s. No ne of that is really go ing to stay aro und mo re 1 than a few units of measure (hours. then what is “reality”? Fo r him. And I would cho o se to believe that it is o ne o f multiple po sitive realities. dimension. Nothing unreal exists” — Course in Miracles It is intriguing to contemplate the apparent parado x. or under. OK. time.28 IVy 89 Regular Column Nov 2008 Outside the Box by Flemming Funch. abo ut o ne po ssible world o r part thereo f. or your bo dy might get run o ver by a bus at a very inco nvenient moment. Basing your sanity or your state o f mind on any of that. as directions are part of the illusion. Reality is what is there beyo nd all of that. And it was his fo rum. Reality. physical. This sho uldn’t have been a surprise to me after reading all his bo oks. made co ncrete o r so lid. All this stuff that might appear real. The particular piece o f a wo rld that we’re talking abo ut would have been actualized somehow. located in time and space. months. which so me fundamentalist materialist might believe in. going in circles. the stuff that is there. Of course it isn’t in any particular direction. so he won the argument. having so me kind o f o bjectivity to it. However real and solid it seems. which itself might be an illusion. A paradox “Nothing real can be threatened. around the end of the 1970s — the on line argument must have been later as the Internet did not exist then. mass. Pragmatically. you’ll tend to end up trapping yourself inside yo ur own mind. o ver. with a capital R. you’ll probably have to accept the solidity o f agreed upon realities to so me extent. Actually it was just a matter of the inadequacy o f wo rds. That o ften invo lves one or many people who agree that it indeed is so . IVy . millennia) in a rather questio nable dimension. it is so mething that clearly is there. France Reality “Learning is finding out what you already know” --Richard Bach MANY YEARS AGO. if you proceed on the basis that it is the reality. having weight. I had an o nline argument with Richard Bach abo ut Reality. So . I would tend to use the wo rd “reality” abo ut A reality. Richard Bach is the author o f Jonathan Livingston Seagull and Illusions1. The stuff that is real. taken out o f the infinite range o f wo rlds that are po ssible. would tend to be a bad idea. inside or through all of that.
but what you find in a dictionary isn’t reality. emo tio ns.Nov 2008 IVy 89 Regular Column — Outside the Box 29 No t only do we walk aro und in an agreed-upo n physical wo rld. A trillio n black ho les wo uldn’t make the slightest dent in it. is pretty damned mysterious. reactio ns. It do esn’t depend on agreement or o n anybody having to consider it into existence. Even mo re so than with the physical reality. But a finger that po ints to the mo on is so metimes better than remaining unaware of the moon. At the top o f the scale. Apparently the best way we can manage to describe it is with a list of negatives. We get stressed abo ut stuff that do esn’t even exist. “no wavelength”. be whatever the hell it wants. Go ahead. Let me rephrase that. We’re talking abo ut so mething that’s infinitely mo re there than anything yo u can co me up with that is there. It is eternal and indestructible exactly because it isn’t based o n any physical characteristics. the creato r and supreme ruler o f the infinite multiverse. If a talking piece of meat. You won’t find the answer to the mystery o f yo ur existence in a dictionary. when you stop believing in it. The ro ad to “finding o neself” involves coming to terms with that. a definition that hides it all away in words. The mo st Real Reality there is. into the po t. We co uld even say that it is the basis o f all aberratio n. o r in an attempt to succeed and avo id danger. It is so mething infinitely much more real than any mental image picture o r fixed idea. depending o n how much o ne agrees with them. but that misses the point as well. I’m deliberately avoiding pro viding any safe. It is what IVy . And you’re right. immo rtal. there are no words that can manage to stick to it. look up the words. Layers and layers o f abstractio n which we mix in with the o bjective stuff. then yo u get in trouble. It is sticky because it is true at so me level. but o ne o mits paying attention to which level of awareness it is true at. But the oppo site is what gets tricky. The eternal. There are realities o ne creates with considerations and that people agree with each other about. so words might help. like “no mass”. But that’s all well and good. decides that it is God. We add a lo t o f mind stuff in an attempt to respo nd to o r predict what will happen. walking around on the surface of a little planet somewhere in the outer arm of a mino r galaxy. we also add an endless amo unt of thoughts. They feel more or less real. o n the maintenance of any kind o f structure. Fo r the same reaso n. if one can transcend them after they’ve helped. depending o n what yo u really mean. Being “I am that I am” — what God said to Moses when he asked for a name Some o f yo u might bo ldly suggest that what is there is you. doesn’t go away. to the po int where we often do n’t no tice which is which. regrets. you find something eternal and indestructible that you can’t pin down. We can find hints in Axiom 1 (“Life is basically a static”) or Factor 1 (“Before the beginning was a Cause and the entire purpo se of the Cause was the creation of effect”) or in the idea o f the 8th Dynamic (“supreme being”) or of Theta (”an energy existing separate and distinct fro m the physical universe”). etc. and you do n’t really “find” it at all. the illusio n we’ve so meho w co me to experience. Reality with a capital R is so mething much mo re eternal and indestructible than buses o r mo untains or galaxies. It isn’t really o n any scale. any scale. because there’s no thing there to dent. Deciding what is yo u and what isn’t you is a deceptively simple activity that beco mes ho rribly co mplicated when you get confused abo ut who it is that thinks so . if yo u take all the mind stuff as being truth. infinite all-that-is I am that I am presence can naturally Between insanity and enlightenment “Reality is that which. then it is sooner or later up fo r a rude awakening. o r yo u forget what yo u decided previously. But the ultimate Reality with a capital R is so mething entirely different. no adequate way it can be described. All o f this is part of the reality we’re participating in. and it certainly isn’t Reality. Dick It is important to notice the distinction. plans. hopes. precise definition o f “reality” or of “being”. o n any kind o f lo gic. including all the o ther beings. but there are also many ways that yo u go wro ng with that.” — Philip K. as being the reality.
Scientologists. Some people go insane that way.30 IVy 89 Regular Column — Outside the Box Nov 2008 would be left when all consideratio ns are dropped. they’ll be at each o thers’ thro ats. yo u might suspect that they’re in this catego ry. and they trap themselves in a mental prison where they forever will have to defend a flimsy abstract idea. Scientists. Without ever leaving their own mind. It is another parado x. but yet it is is endlessly mysterious and creative. All so rts o f peo ple might be in this catego ry o r the o ther. existence is basically alright. They might get really frantic if o thers refuse to believe. anybody might “get it” or not. forever. So. sometimes ho rrible stuff you or I can come up with. we can relax and play with the magic of it all. They know that the fo undatio n o f everything is safe. it is never go ing anywhere. based o n how much they agree. They so meho w kno w that beyo nd all of it. If they disagree eno ugh. because they kno w that it is truth that shines thro ugh in such mo ments. ¤ IVy . They’re also o pen to disco very. If somebody seems to have a need to assert o r defend or explain what reality is. That’s tricky to wrap o ne’s mind aro und. But enlightenment is never far away. We could say that it is simply to recognize that there is so mething more real behind all the myriad of realities. because it isn’t a mind thing. They try to manage reality with just a mind. It is infinite and indestructible. they become very. very sure of what the ultimate reality is. Just as the ultimate reality o f yo u is what’s there when all identity has been dro pped. Becoming aware that there’s something wo nderful and eternal that is there. beyo nd any of the sometimes wonderful. You can reco gnize them because they’re o pen to experiencing wonder and they can grant beingness to others. ready to be amazed by a revelation o f o ne o f the mysteries in the universe. They might go to great lengths to co nvince o thers o f the ultimate truth of their preferred reality. Christians. Those who kno w the ultimate truth are the most willing to learn so mething new. There are o thers who so meho w are mo re plugged in. Tho se who have no clue are so metimes the most sure and the mo st unwilling to see anything else. People who o nly o perate in the realm o f realities will get alo ng with each o ther o r no t.
* to encourage the study of comparative religion. I was a music student in Lo ndo n. and as he was a family friend. I do n’t recall if we were given any explanation of what we were required to do. thro ugh their invo lvement in the Theo sophical So ciety1 in Wales. if I would like to go . took up a stand at the fro nt of the seated crowd. sex. Eileen Hibberson. Jack Upton also co ntinued to explo re. I did. I believe the very first person to speak was Joan de Veule. In 1957. He gave me the address and so me details. but co nnected later. * to investigate the unexplained laws of nature and the powers latent in man. It was called a “Group Auditing Intensive”. I wro te to the address. as I was go ing as a guest. Lily (later kno wn as Rachel) became the nearest thing I had to a mo ther fo r years. During the war they parted ways when the Upto ns mo ved back to Bristol. The first thing that struck me was that an individual entered the room. We were all given an IQ test and what I came to know as the Oxfo rd Perso nality Test. in So uth Wales in the years befo re WWII.wikipedia. parallel to Tottenham Court Road IVy . with IQ and Personality tests befo re and after. Jack Upton wro te to me to say that he was go ing to be in Londo n o n a certain weekend. sitting do wn on yellow metal and green canvas stackable chairs. and science. from: http://en. caste. I accepted the kind invitatio n and went alo ng. I was willing. It made me wonder what she was wearing underneath it. After the war. USA MY FATHER. o n the first flo o r (second floor to Americans) in the large ro o m at the front of the o ld house. A SCOT. and he was paying fo r me to go to it with him. Jack Upto n came across Sciento lo gy and it was he who introduced me to the subject and activity. who wore a so rt of shirt dress pleated fro m top to botto m that looked very inexpensive. the Welsh Theo so phical So ciety was no t as active as befo re. or any other informatio n on the subject of the weekend. or colour. that he was go ing to a certain place fo r a certain activity. In the mid-fifties.Nov 2008 IVy 89 31 Forgotten Scientology Gems series 1 Group Processing By Kenneth Urquhart. and Jack Upto n. I was very interested to no te the buzz of anticipation amongst the other people. There Starting The event to o k place at the Londo n HASI building at 37 Fitzro y Street2. The room soon became packed with peo ple. There was a lot of life in the room. I received a co py o f a small jo urnal that made no sense to me. met. I knew o nly that I was to spend most of the day on Saturday and all day on Sunday doing something. if anything. and waiting. I recalled that the magazine they sent me earlier had said something about Truth. an Englishman. My father read vo raciously and widely. Jack Upto n’s wife. been the “drawing room” when the house was private. The Society’s objectives have evolved to be: * to form a nucleus of the universal brotherhood of humanity without distinction of race. I remember also a younger woman. asking fo r mo re info rmatio n. creed. the ro o m that wo uld have 1 2 Theosophical Society: The Theosophical Society was the organization formed to advance the spiritual principles and search for Truth known as Theosophy. and their two families became friendly. Ho wever. and took charge. philosophy.org/wiki/Theosophical_Society Central London. The words of the title meant nothing to me but I guessed I would be finding o ut what they meant in practice. She had the accent of o ne from the No rthern part of England. of fo urteen ho urs. an older woman of very gentle but determined demeanour who spoke very so ftly.
I knew I wasn’t the only dopey perso n in the room on that process. when I had looked at the indicated object.” This was repeated o ver and o ver. in the mid-sixties. fo r an hour. when Geo rge was the audito r (we did the pro cess three or four times) he caught me out. I understo od that this “pro cess” as they called it had the purpose of running out hypno sis. I thought that maybe being extremely co nfident could lead one into revealing things that were perhaps best left at rest. [Po ints] “Thank yo u”. “All right”. In due co urse. when we entered the thankfully short era of “rehab all grades to IVy . “Fine.” “Thank you. I said. or if they came by mail or got them by so me other metho d.” “Go o d. we had ano ther set o f IQ and Perso nality Tests. I was very aware of a feeling that all the co bwebs had been blown out of my head while I also had a bit of a headache. At o ne po int. A very different actio n was “Lo o k at Object One. and not a ho rrible cluster headache (to which I was very prone at that time in my life. The processes We started off with o ne o f the gro up audito rs taking a stand at the fro nt o f the ro o m. The Objects were pieces o f carbo n paper taped to the front wall abo ve the audito r’s head and to his right and left respectively. “Thank you. and which keyed-out some years later during an assist for them at the HASI). “Okay”. as a music student (aspiring to beco me a performer while also suffering unbearable stage fright which invariably interfered with my perfo rmance before an audience).” ”Lo o k at the ceiling”. This was a fact I no ted and didn’t enjoy. The yo ung man was named George. But so o n I realized that we were doing a drill. was the self-possession of the audito rs as they conducted the sessions. Here were people who were co mpletely in command o f the present situation but who were also co mpletely relaxed abo ut it. Results At the end of the fourteen hours on Sunday. I remember that we did drills like lo o king at walls as directed by the gro up audito r at the fro nt o f the roo m. but not a bad one. I do recall that my IQ rose a few points (it was already quite high) and that my OCA graph was very lo w before the intensive but was considerably higher in some points after it. and taking their position o f prominence very easy. In fact. I had never been hypnotized and didn’t expect to have anything to “run o ut”. “Thank you. We said lo ts o f “Hello ’s” to each o ther and. He lo o ked extremely co nfident. and I think he had a small mo ustache. What was most real to me. “Lo ok at the left wall”. Instead of saying “Yes”. also .” “Thank yo u. to catch us o ut. “Lo o k at the flo o r”.” “Lo o k at Object Two . and do ing it o ver. however. I came through my do piness just fine. Then we did ano ther drill. The audito r varied the sequence and o ne might lo o k at the same wall two o r three times in a ro w. Ho wever. I think. I think the yo unger wo man’s name was Irene. we ended the day fo r the Saturday. I noted that he thought it was so mehow go od to make less of me and I was not impressed.” Geo rge slipped in a sarcastic crack at me. We lo o ked at things in the roo m and felt the flo o r beneath o ur feet. At any rate. We noticed things in the ro o m and to uched o ur bo dy parts. although I didn’t take it particularly perso nally. I got the impression that my OCA was so low that I co uldn’t be worth very much in anybody’s estimation who was connected with this HASI place. and o ver. and o ver. “Lo o k at the right wall”. The auditor wo uld point to the Object as he gave the co mmand. o ver and o ver. This accomplishment o r gift was so astonishing to me that I wanted so me of it for myself. to walls. We did it fo r abo ut an ho ur. After all. regardless of stage fright. the stage presence of the auditors is what really hooked me into Sciento logy. with the audito r so metimes directing attentio n to the same Object twice. but I did find myself feeling strangely do pey during the pro cess. I believe there were perhaps two other individuals invo lved but I do n’t have clear memo ries o f them. He o r she probably said something but I either didn’t catch it or just didn’t get it. I do n’t remember if we go t the results that evening. Years later. We no ticed things in the ro o m and touched so mebo dy else’s bo dy. something I dimly aspired to but rather hopelessly. and o ver. We also had lo o king at things in the ro o m and feeling o ur chairs. And pro bably a third and fo urth.32 IVy 89 Nov 2008 was a yo ung man.” “Lo o k at the front wall. The very black carbo n side was sho wing.” “Lo o k at the back wall”.
or Grade I. keep track of individuals’ pro gress if they attend Gro up Auditing Sessions regularly. and ho w in general to ¤ IVy . © 2009 Kenneth G. water. There are questio ns we have to reso lve abo ut such practicalities as how to deal with peo ple who are o ver-restimulated and go into an incident o r so me o ther trouble in the middle o f a gro up auditing sessio n while the o thers are having a go o d time with it. Urquhart Future of group processing I firmly believe that we should establish the workability o f do ing Group Auditing as a part o f any audito r’s lo cal practice. it came o ut that I had attained mo re than o ne grade o f release on that intensive. The lo cal auditor o r Vo lunteer Minister should be ready to deliver many ways of helping people deal with their stresses and to keep going despite the difficulties so that we can all create better and safer co mmunities and ways of life for ourselves. Gro up Auditing should. it was Pro blems Release. be one of the usual tools. clothes.Nov 2008 IVy 89 33 f/n” before do ing any majo r actio n. I think. and that o n the “Lo o k at Object One/Two ” pro cess. shelter. People will have great need o f food. And Surprise! Surprise! I had gone exterior during the intensive. and in many co mmunities. and how we deal with wins that peo ple shouldn’t co ntinue o ver. and work and mo rale-boo sting. We are approaching an environment of likely chaos in economy and ecology. will. Social order may break down. Stress will be very high.
“Dane” had never before revealed his identity to anyone.projectcamelot. It reached Euro pe a year later. calling himself Dane To ps. letter was co pied co untless times and was quietly passed from person to perso n to person. As we talked. I had the immense fo rtune to meet Dane To ps himself. Pro ject Camelot is the joint venture o f myself and Kerry Cassidy.1 The very famo us.pdf . He is still active in the Free Zone after all these years. and told me he was a passio nate follower of Pro ject Camelot. and beautifully crafted. and never succeeded. It culminated in the creatio n o f the Free Zo ne. in Lo s Angeles. Bill Ryan and Kerry Cassidy to me: he knew what I looked like from photo s o n the Internet. that they were being lied to. in 1983. See a nicely retyped version at: www. and that their cherished and promised go al o f freedo m was in danger. that they were being co ntro lled. on June 15th 1983 was very difficult to read. immensely ho nored. wro te a letter to all Scientologists spelling o ut how the Church had been taken o ver. UK IN 1982. A LOS Angeles Org staff member.org/Dane_Tops_letter.34 IVy 89 Nov 2008 Project Camelot and the Dane Tops Letter by Bill Ryan. ho w the public and the missio n ho lders were being manipulated financially. each time increasing its size slightly and making it more and more indistinctive. While there were many Church whistleblo wers raising the alarm — including Ro n’s Org’s Captain Bill Ro bertso n in his well-kno wn debrief to John Caban — Dane To ps’ letter was o ne o f the several majo r tipping po ints that critically raised the awareness and understanding o f many previo usly lo yal Church members. I vowed never to identify him. it became evident that there were many parallels — hence Dane Tops’ support for Pro ject Camelot’s mission. who came up in perso n and intro duced himself 1 The copy I got. a feisty non-Sciento lo gist who is nonetheless a missionaire in Dane Tops and Project Camelot The Church spent tens o f thousands o f do llars trying to identify Dane To ps. how there was an unkno wn Third Party present. A few weeks ago . AntEd IVy . having been photocopied a number of times. Fo unded three years ago in 2006.
create transcripts. from the US. And I have not experienced one word of criticism concerning that. Our motto is: the best place to hide is in the open. determined and co mmitted peo ple I have ever met. and a clearly-stated goal. or had figured o ut for themselves although they could get no-one else to listen. he helped me to see the parallels very clearly. by co nvincingly confirming “incredible” fourth dynamic data that they had long suspected. and started actual delivery. Dane Tops was indicating the right items — and in so do ing. we had abso lutely no idea we would create the effects we actually have. like the reallife X-Files (with Kerry as the mercurial and intuitive Mulder. As Dane explained to me. In Dane’s case. we established a website and started pursuing peo ple to interview who might be willing to talk o n reco rd. have had six millio n unique visito rs to o ur site. On the Questions page of the Camelo t site. England: the fabled ancient home o f King Arthur.Nov 2008 IVy 89 35 almost every definitio n o f the term. but sometimes in full sight. the heroes are those who come to us to present their information: so metimes anonymo usly. The pro ject started (hence the name) when Kerry and I visited Tintagel in Cornwall. For those readers unfamiliar with Camelo t. authors and insider whistleblowers of our time. Like Dane Tops (as he told us). In our case. That “something” has grown to become quite well-known. We discussed ho w we could help bring truth and justice to the wo rld by interviewing whistleblo wers. It was interesting and valuable to disco ver that if o ne finds the courage to state one’s position clearly and without apology. Canada. We refuse to be PTS. Kerry is o ne of the mo st courageous. loo k fo r “Pro ject Camelo t”. Euro pe and Australia. pledged to bring the truth to the peo ple — just as Dane To ps was determined to bring the truth to Scientolo gists 26 years ago . In his letter. I clearly state that I am a Free Zo ne (Ron’s Org) Scientolo gist. we have fo und ourselves investigating repo rts o f the mysterio us and the conspirato rial fro m all co rners o f the globe. and myself as the rather mo re cautious and scientific Scully). Hundreds of people report to us that they have “lo st weekends” as they watch o ur videos. Ecuador — a very beautiful but inaccessible corner of the world — 70 people traveled thousands of miles to see us. and when we spoke at an impro vised conference in Vilcabamba. we’re getting 200 e-mails a day. and have been courted for a History Channel TV series. and hear daily from appreciative visitors that we have changed their lives — in many cases.o rg. Pro ject Camelot is doing exactly the same thing as he did 27 years ago . And as I talked with Dane in a crowded co ffee sho p a few weeks ago . The real hero es were those who founded the Free Zone. We’re privileged to have go t to know perso nally so me of the most highly respected researchers. The website is pro jectcamelo t. and. enabled eno ugh charge to blow fo r tho usands o f Church Sciento lo gists to raise their co nfro nt to leave the Church and take their freedo m into their o wn hands — no longer relying o n the institution they had trusted to do the jo b fo r them. co llate the information on video and audio . then o ne is respected and not attacked in any way. can UFO and New Age conferences. we gather info rmatio n fro m “insider” whistleblo wers and cutting-edge researchers. We have become a phenomenon: so much so that Dane To ps himself came to congratulate us. and we’re at the to p o f every search. have done a number of interviews on natio nal radio. Like Dane. seeing in o ur mission a fourth dynamic harmonic o f his o wn initiative a generation ago. It to o k abo ut a minute and a half fo r us to jo intly envisio n the entire pro ject. Inspiration to take action The abo ve statistics are no t presented out of ego . and armed with a tiny co nsumer-grade camco rder. are instantly reco gnizable at all the Ameri- IVy . pro viding a safe platfo rm fo r them to present their data. Fourth dynamic mission Pro ject Camelo t is a fo urth dynamic missio n. and make everything we disco ver freely available o n the Internet. a handful o f co ntacts within the UFO research co mmunity. the real heroes were those who duplicated his data and then fo und it within themselves to take actio n. Strong interest Three years later. we just started because we thought we could and should at least try to do something. either directly or anywhere else on the net.
and getting the data: like the Dane To ps letter. Just follow the data trail. and The Rise of the Fourth Reich. Sitting in sessio n may not be enough. is the author of a number of bo o ks including Crossfire (about JFK). and showing that the executives of o ur planet do no t have our well-being clo se to their hearts. and is widely respected To control or not to control They all asked themselves this question: how can human beings be doing what we do to our fello w man. these pages on the Project Camelot site — a small selection of many! — which may be of specific interest: www. (Privately. I co nsider that LRH is to be credited for this.org/t1v83. PSI Psychic Spies. Sciento lo gy principles have pervaded the New Age mo vement — kno wn o r unkno wn by the tho usands o f therapists invo lved — and. he’s very po sitive abo ut the state of the wo rld. Deagle ascribes the true controllers of planet Earth to be what he called hyperdimensional demonic entities. To find the items.html as a kind of Godfather of NWO research.html www.html www. and Ethics and Admin are necessary at these games levels. we are detailing ho w the citizens o f Planet Earth are being manipulated. Dr Bill Deagle is a terrifyingly intense — and terrifyingly well-informed — medical docto r who used to work in so-called Black Operations within the US military and Intelligence communities.html www. The complexity is so metimes challenging to confront. Icke needs little intro ductio n: we will soo n be releasing a two ho ur co nversatio n with him — and yes. and how can human beings wreck the Earth in the way we are? How can those in co ntrol of the planet be doing this to their fello w man. all o ver the planet.org/dan_burisch_summary. and an immense retention of co mplex data. and validate and confirm that there is something that regular peo ple can do to change conditio ns o n the planet.projectcamelot. using their o wn preferred spiritual technologies.org/2008. Jim Marrs.) Jo rdan Maxwell has been researching the Illuminati and the New World Order [NWO] agenda since the 1960s. and to their o wn home? The answer to this question is the same as that reached by Bill Ro bertson when he did a Data Series Evaluation o n how and why the Church o f Scientology was taken o ver: their conclusio n is that the ultimate controllers are not human. both so lo and in review. by Free Zo ne auditors o f all persuasio ns.projectcamelot. we are indicating the items back to the people. and it leads off-planet. using processes directly derived fro m LRH basics. have for the last 25 years been working to release mo re and more theta. (No n-Sciento lo gists do this also . He insists that there will be a happy ending.pro jectcamelot.projectcamelot.org/big_picture.projectcamelot. Jo rdan Maxwell. I am to tally certain that technical actio ns. Alien Agenda. like Dane Tops. This is the why. o f course.36 IVy 89 Look for: Nov 2008 Changing conditions So the purpose o f this sho rt article is to o rient IVy readers to Camelot as a fo urth dynamic missio n. not just Tech. have made a huge difference to planetary conditio ns. and some of the data is truly incredible — involving physical IVy . Nevertheless. Rising consciousness Among tho se we have met recently are David Icke.org/jake_simpson. and it’s o ur privilege to do so . Dane Tops agrees. And this is the same co nclusion that all these four researchers have co me to .html www. an amiable bearded Texan with a mind like a steel trap. lied to and co ntro lled. by the way. With the quickest intellect I have ever enco untered. Free Zone audito rs.org/2009. But besides flowing data to review audito rs. to o . Rule by Secrecy.) And if Kerry Cassidy and I have pro vided some fo urth dynamic interview data to those wishing to take up items to be handled. The Terror Conspiracy.0 o n the To ne Scale. as do many o ther experienced Scientologists. and believes this is guaranteed by the current rise in co nscio usness all o ver the planet.projectcamelot. Actio n is 20. A real tipping po int has been reached here. we are co nducting an extended fo urth dynamic interview. Jim Marrs and Dr Bill Deagle.h tml www. then we’re just working as part o f that large multidisciplinary team.
Pro ject Camelot is delighted and honored to be able to play so me part in this planetary initiative. Ultimately. to us.Nov 2008 IVy 89 37 tern of long-term cyclical events (o ne of which o ccurred 12.org. organized by Dr Brian O’Leary. And that makes it open to be changed at the highest games levels by tho se equipped and motivated to do so. Open game Jake Simpso n recently told us that NASA had launched a satellite — at the end of last year — co ntaining a piece of specialized equipment which cost a trillion dollars: and this is a man who kno ws ho w much a trillion is. and is happy to receive communications from IVy readers. Ecuador. We invite yo u all to take a go o d lo o k. If readers would like to know more information about the data that has been discovered. but that — as in all good games — the outcome is not certain or predesBill and Kerry at a meeting at a conference in Vilcabamba. They spend a trillio n dollars when they don’t kno w what’s going to happen — and need the info rmation. Jake Simpson. he would be happy to write a follow-up article to this one detailing fourth dynamic interview data that may be of interest to all. This. so above. The so lar system appears to be entering (and has already started to enter. retrieved fro m the future.) Mind co ntro l scenario s are just part o f this mix. and unique in our recent history: That there is much at stake. That means that the game is open. and describe ho w the go vernments and military o f the wo rld have secretly beco me invo lved in this game. every aware person can sense that these times are special. the FreeEnergy activist do ms we have are extensive. was significant. as will co me as no surprise to any IVy reader. so above Of all peo ple. in tined. The Purpose could hardly January 2008. As below. No n-material beings with agendas o f vario us kinds are using Planet Earth as their battlefield. ex-astronaut and Free be more important. Every Sciento lo gist kno ws this. time travel. Bill Ryan can be reached at email@example.com years ago and culminated in what is reported in myths in do zens of planetary cultures as the Great Flood). What’s at stake is the well-being o f o ur planet and its peo ple. (Ano ther interesting snippet: o ne o f o ur recent interviewees. The Controllers of the Planet do no t spend a trillion dollars to gather informatio n if they already know what’s going to happen. and a kind o f time po rtal techno lo gy which enables intelligence info rmatio n to be been handled. I sho uld say) a regio n o f energetic space that is well-understo o d by physicists in ‘black’ pro jects. What Pro ject Camelo t has been able to do is to flesh out some o f the detail. that we are in with an excellent chance of emerging thro ugh the sixth and seventh dynamic sto rm o f the next few years in good shape having learned much as a human race preparing itself for a destiny in the stars. to ld us that the military o f certain co untries no w have technolo gy that enables their special fo rces soldiers to walk thro ugh walls. Part of a large-scale pat- ¤ IVy . Sciento lo gists o f all persuasio ns must be amo ng tho se best prepared to co me to grips with and understand whatever the reality is out there. stargate (“wo rmho le”) space travel and the Barriers opposing us have not yet all technolo gy. and that means yo u and me. the outcome uncertain. ultimately it’s a spiritual game: as below.
We had mo ved to the unit system o f wages. From then on AdCouncil meetings became to me unpleasant. One did that jo b. Denmark WITH SOMETHING LIKE 55 years o f Sciento lo gy experiential track. there was no pressure to wo rk extra hours and the wage was adequate. 1965) the divisio n secretary and the three department heads in a divisio n (of which there were seven). While I was on staff in London I had two intensives at staff rates. o ne o n the five weekdays and o ne at the weekend. The fateful day was when a Po licy Letter came out saying that hencefo rth an individuals co nditio n was to be judged by his statistics alo ne. for the weeks where there were not many preclears. if one was reasonably thrifty. which gave me a little more inco me than the o thers). as did the organisatio n as a who le. rather than trying to get individuals lower in the hierarchy. Presumably stress was left to senio rs. so . For the statistics were based merely on o ne weeks work. which we called an intensive. The o rdinary staff member had a jo b which he o r she knew ho w to do . o f which I unfortunately was one in the six mo nths I was in Dublin. Also . wo rking the set numbers of hours. that they attended the Personal Efficiency course in the evenings. One had a jo b which was within o nes limits (o r o ne thought it was — I do not think I was as go o d an audito r as I tho ught I was). problems we had. met o nce a week. o ne didn’t have money pro blems (when I say that it sho uld be remembered that mo st o f the time I wo rked in London I had two Sciento lo gy jo bs. had a place to do that jo b. but my “gut feeling” is that they had a leader (who usually owned the Franchise lock. Mo st co mmo n was to do it in a week. and that is the subject of stress in do ing one’s jo b as a staff member. and I think in many cases also worked out the statistic fo r individual posts in the Division. At the time (Saint Hill. and the urgency of getting one’s statistic up by the end of the statistic week (14. I suppose peo ple paid fo r their auditing in advance. It was a requirement o f those having auditing. and had set wo rking ho urs. and thus the individual staff wage was low. I’d give you the date!) What I see is an attempt to sort of make each individual staff member responsible for the whole organisation. o ne befo re and o ne after a certain date in abo ut 1965. (If there were not so many Po licy Letters to loo k through. AdCouncil that assigned the condition. where staff members wages were calculated as a pro portion o f the income for the past week. I dreaded them. statistics. Instead o f lo oking forward to them. each post had to have a statistic. and ways o f handling. it can be difficult to remember all details. my experience was that the o rdinary staff member experienced no stress. Thus if you IVy . stock and barrel) who too k responsibility fo r the who le thing. In the perio d befo re.00 on Thursday) o ccupied peoples attention. Stress As an o rdinary staff member I had two experiences of stress. After this came in. I do not know what happened with Franchises (later called Missions). less common was to do 12 1/2 hours in two weekends or evenings for two weeks. The meetings concerned things we were interested in and I was a member o f the Adviso ry Co uncil (Ad Council) for HCO (Division o ne). Monday to Friday. staff were encouraged themselves to get auditing. and it was the Two staff intensives In the 50s it was normal to sell auditing in 25 ho ur blocks. and seldom represented the person as a whole. and also to get an o verall picture o f trends. in the time I am talking abo ut. o r a little o ver if o ne felt so inclined. to somehow take responsibility fo r the who le. and discussed the wo rking o f o ur departments. In thinking abo ut this article I came to think o f o ne subject which I experienced differently at different times. and the co st to staff for auditing was merely the wage the auditor would have got under the unit system.38 IVy 89 Nov 2008 Ant’s Scientology Story 4: London Org in the Late 50s by Antony A Phillips.
What Carl fo und staff intensives I have just mentioned were exon me was an incident 1000 years ago . and Analysis in So uth Africa) bo th befo re and after a I was put o n open air objective processes. when I. in IVy 88. None worked (not surprising!) Analysis. IVy . Lensworth Small was one person I co -audited innocently amusing myself. I ran a few sessio ns o n this.thing rather terrible (which would make NLP peocumb pro blem. I refrom the Tottenham 25 hour intensive. Looks like 8 miles. rather than that the preclear had been freed o f a do mi. which I now regard as fore and after communicatio n character was mian impossible feat (my feet were sore!) In late nus 100 (the lo west).member that we walked Co urt Area to Richmond2.do n) which was fro m September 1957 to some fore the 6th Lo ndo n ACC. We are talking of the time I was a staff member at The seco nd o f these two staff intensives was the Lo ndon Organisation (we called HASI Longiven by Carl Jensen. I was o n what was do wn line (which I canno t remember) and each called OT4 at the Advanced Org in Edinburgh. I re. there (fo r a reaso n I never found o ut) were no other children. fused with Dennis O’Co nnel. On pro bably the third day o f the intensive I ran into The first o f these two intensives was by a yo ung tro uble. In this easy prey. and the audito r ran that. Fo r this intensive bo th my be. the 5th Lo ndo n ACC1. this indi. I must have made big fuss (“I can’t see a certain definitio n. using the pro cesses o f time in 1959 (I think). I audited him on floor front ro om at 7 Fitzro y Street (the extra SCS o n the body (start.with. my first audito r in which was regarded in Scientology as some1954) What we ran was I think called the suc. Dennis O’Co nnor (no t to be co ncase” — a person who did not see pictures.the “official” clear in May 1967! cated that a valence had been impro ved. or 13 kilometres as the crow flies on a small scale map! We came back by Underground train. but the general datum was that if the by the lion and lioness was found. but there was also so me emphaas a ten year old bo y. member clearly that the incident unfo lded as I ran it and I had it (the incident) on the wall o ver the fireplace (the no rth wall of the room). I can’t remember ho w this was evaluclear. had been eaten by a lio n sis on co-auditing amongst staff. He was of Jamaican lineage. and ter masturbating. And on that day I co uld not really get name a pro blem. yo u go t no wages fo r that week. The auditing to o k place in a large first case we audited each other. I think they had rather melThat staff got auditing was important. The pro blem was rewo rded the incident to run as it had on that wall o ver the until it became a succumb problem acco rding to fire place. and the So uth African After that the incident running was given up. black. similar to the APA. The audito r go t the preclear to ple laugh!). for after some sort o f a can’t remember a subjective result. I had fallen asleep af. I had always been regarded as a “black Irish audito r. po int had risen nearly the same amo unt (abo ut One of the po ints was to rehab when I had gone 30 points). after I had (with a lo t of solo work!) gone characteristics fo rmed a very jagged up and clear by the Clearing Course. and I had a (and lioness) clo se to an African village where number o f examples of this. During break the auditor worked o n various remedies those later 1950s years preclears always to o k an fo r helping a person see pictures (Scientolo gy Intelligence test and an OCA (Oxfo rd Capacity has lots of these). rather than graph mo ved up equally o n all po ints. Apparently I had been o ut alo ne. when the lio ns came acro ss was (if I remember correctly) studying law. I pictures!! Poor me!”). and it was given just be. The o ther nine 1968. I was pretty dispersed and undecided at London ACC).Staff co-audit nant valence. change and stop on the building which had been hired to ho ld the 5th bo dy). The two lowed in cho osing the engram.Nov 2008 IVy 89 39 wanted auditing and to o k it that way. That intensive where I had run being eaten ated to me. and I can remember that when we 1 2 See page 46 including footnote. amples of this. and paid the lo w wage o f your audito r.that time. America Perso nality Analysis in the USA.
and this I fo und particularly unpleasant. but then change my mind before I emitted the wo rds. really. I suppose we did not get many new people signing up for the Academy. I held this post for many weeks. This was not OK with him. in my eyes did something he sho uld no t have do ne (so mething like not understanding me) and I go t so cro ss at him that I threw the E-meter cans at him. nameless. We started off sitting in chairs opposite each o ther. I was somewhat miffed at this. He picked up the intentio n. which kind of deflated him. My feeling was that he was no t in sessio n. I was assigned to ano ther auditor. or answer his question. and we came to a positio n were I was lying on the floor with him crouching o ver me saying “Loo k at me. at which po int he (no t me in his reality) had to sto p the bo dy. Nina West) as a co -audito r at o ne time. Who am I”. but o bserving me and trying to give answers that keyed me in. time started and finished. Loo king back. so some change was needed somewhere. On ano ther o ccasio n I had an audito r. and perhaps so me o ther co mments. but no thing to repo rt there. but I ran into trouble. but it was definitely no t in o rder for an audito r to let the preclear end the session. and I had no clue. so he prevented me from leaving the ro o m. and an active concern that staff got auditing. running so mething like gro up pro cessing). or complying with a command. and sto pped the bo dy befo re I said the words. in this case that he was the audito r. And he had heard something abo ut tone 40 auditing. and in a session with him this pc o pened my fly butto ns and started examining my genitals. So I igno red his action and remarks. and I would say “sto p”.40 IVy 89 Nov 2008 were doing sto p (he wo uld be mo ving his bo dy. with a small Greek wife. and did not seem any different from the other auditors. and they really take attentio n away from the fact that there was a staff coaudit going. about the basics of auditing. There was at tht time a lack o f understanding o f the to ne 40 processes. At any rate I go t mo re and mo re co nfused. so the Directo r of Training was Co mm Course Instructor) fo r some time. Of co urse he was wildly out o f sessio n. So I was unable to look at him. She tended to agree with me. He came in fro m the east end o f Lo ndo n one evening and audited me o n the pro cess “Look at me. Dramatic. I understo o d that this was do ne to establish o ne o f the rudiments. and in a conversatio n (I think in the street between 7 and 37 Fitzroy Street) I mentioned it to Rhona Swinbourne (Earnshaw) who was Ron’s Secretary. There came a day when Ron swapped me o ver with the Lead Auditor (the same Carl Jensen who had audited me). Thank yo u. and I co uld no t figure out how you lo o ked at a thetan. and I also knew he was an immo rtal being. Mainly just the pro cess run. Who am I?” with me protesting my inability and trying to get away. but it was Ro n’s order. IVy . So I became lead auditor — which was a title. Staff auditor in the HGC I was Director of Training (and with it Comm unication Course Instructor. I tried to leave the ro om. The idea was that the auditor must no t be the effect o f the PC. The funniest o ccasio n (loo king back!) was with a large and fat co ckney staff member (I think he o nly wo rked at weekends. So no o ne else knew o f what went on until no w! I had Noel West (a South African. I also ran a subjective pro cess o n him (I forget which). with the feeling o f things flying around my head. It ended by my kicking him in his most delicate body area. which I was most so rry fo r. who. And I wanted to end the session. Comm Course was recko ned to be the most important part of the HPA course. and co ntinued saying “Give me that hand.” It sho uld be mentio ned that at this time auditor admin was do wn to a minimum. which included to ne 40 pro cesses. My indecisiveness sho wed up in that I wo uld decide to tell him to stop the bo dy. and that yo u should never let a preclear get away without answering a question. with my main emphasis o n applying the mechanics (and miracles wo uld happen). and making co mments o n them. I knew he was really a thetan. Looking back. but I had no t really much grip on the mo st fundamentals o f auditing. I was a bit of a devil fo r taking commands and questio ns literally. There was a time when I audited a fello w staff member who made no secret o f the fact he had homosexual tendencies. Ho wever. o f what to ne 40 was. Tho se were the notable (rememberable) points abo ut my co-auditing as a HASI Londo n staff member. I feel my auditing was very mechanical. so mething very much against my pro pitiative nature. I ran him o n the CCHs.
which I fo und mo st restimulative. o n mo st days three hours in the morning and three in the afternoon. Co nsternatio n. He was in something like a state of apathy and unhappiness. at the end of the day I felt really keyed in [This was still the time when my communication level o n the OCA (200 questions) test was still at -100 (but rising!)]. and tried to mo ve actions o n auditors. but he was too busy processes (questio ns o r co mmands) in my case lo o king at me. and I understand that the preclear was told that I was booked fo r some one else. requesting that I when I had finished the days auditing. which I loo ked at in so me amazement and co ntinued the pro cess. and Mo st of the pcs I audited were no t memo rable. I went through the four processes in ro tation. It now feels as tho ugh I had with the book. and went into session with it the next morning (in the middle of an intensive). He never saw the motion I made rather mechanically. We ended sessio n at noo n and 4. On was intro duced whereby each preclear at abo ut CCH 3 he suddenly looked directly at me.M. One time when I was no longer auditing. In other words. He was still looking at Two memorable cases me. We were to ld a little abo ut it in the late afterno o n and were lo aned an e-meter. Almost as in to the Directo r o f Processing and received a tho ugh he had no t seen a human being before. One memorable case was a fellow I audited who I fo und most unpleasant. and requested me fo r auditor! At that time it was policy that an auditor could refuse a preclear. It was rather mechanical auditing. In the end my positio n was accepted. The admin was do wn to an abso lute minimum — o n the audito rs repo rt we wro te times o f start and finish o f pro cess and what the pro cess was.00 P. which I managed to get through. and the e-meter made a most erratic back a forth slashing. Jr. It was mo rning session and we far less interest in my preclears than I have went together to eat in the restaurant of the Odeon (or Gaumont) cinema on the other side of no w. a pro cedure ro und me — kind of looked very nervous. for example old people. the midpo int of the 25 ho ur intensive. He came from the no rth of England. That is the o nly time I have witnessed what came to be called a ro ck slam. whe n Nib s. saying we should never use the process I had just run. We just audited repetitive o n to the next process. I rudiment check and had his/her rudiments put in if they were o ut. Ro n’ s e lde st so n (L. The other memorable case was positive. Ron explained that certain auditors might have difficulty auditing certain people. which I heard frequently on the weekend HPA course as instructo r). I fo und in audit him. for I had gone through a sort of minor hell in being restimulated by the preclear. I refused. the e-meter was introduced. which was the marvellous new process we had been told to run. my in basket a bulletin. was called Lo o ked and loo ked and lo oked. The CCHs (1-4) (and also all objectives) were recommended for all cases which had the the first fo ur po ints on the OCA graph under 0 (midpoint). While I was in HGC we really did no t kno w anything about the e-meter. his gaze was constantly mo ving During the time I was HGC audito r. (We did have a stable datum o f “Always co ntinue a pro cess as lo ng as it produces change”).) was directo r o f pro cessing. The unusual thing about this person was that as well as never lo oking directly at me.Nov 2008 IVy 89 41 which I came to understand much latter o n the Happiness Rundo wn Co urse and Internship in abo ut 1981. But what do you know? He boo ked a second 25 hours. I remember my preclear saying to me so mething like “I feel much more confident when you have the e-meter there”. as prescribed. with no thought o f end pho no mena (EPs) although when you co uld and must end a pro cess was taught o n the HPA course. Apparently they had never had any one use that policy! But I was adamant. To ttenham court Road. Ron Hubbard. E-meter At o ne po int. IVy . I bo o ked a new intensive some months later. I do no t recall any co rrective to o k this to be a majo r change. just ran the latest pro cess o n them. the theo ry of which is co vered on the 18th ACC tapes. I did no t tell him that I felt quite co nfused by having it there and and did no t have a clue how to use it. and I remember that one preclear I had began to get to talk (po ssibly on a recall pro cess) abo ut a number o f girls he had contacted in the far east. He was boo ked for 25 hours. So I go t to audit many o n the CCHs.
apparently. There was very little co mment o n them when they were intro duced. which was no rmal in England. and the perso n was given an estimate. On Monday mornings. o n the 2nd and third flo o rs (to p flo o rs) of 37 Fitzro y Street. which I will try and enco urage Rolf to place in the next IVy. The idea. when the wo rking day ended. auditors in training have been used to go ing thro ugh a video test. and we found places outside the premises where auditing co uld take place. was that o ne co uld hear the Trs (communicatio n ability) of the audito r. and Friday afternoons the preclears did not get a session. The auditors were in one o f the auditing rooms (where they wrote letters in the afternoons) and marked the test. The estimates varied fro m 75 hours to 175 hours (as far as I can remember). After having been tested. That did no t exist in the late 50s. suggesting that we loo ked thro ugh the file fo r something that interested the perso n writing. with the e-meter visible. that they were curio us about. A person could buy an intensive for less hours than the estimate. between the auditors marking the test and the D of P (Directo r of Pro cessing. who was assigned the pro ject o f compiling the material for the boo k Have you Lived Before This Life. held at Ron Hubbard’s new ho me. One of these was a flat which Ro n used as a residence when he was in England. I also spent a period being a field auditor (or trying to) in a no rthern suburb of London (Pinner) and I actually got on what was probably the last Advanced Clinical Course.00 PM. Near the end of my work period at Londo n HASI. where all co rrespondence was sto red). We worked on a plan where there were a certain number of staff auditors. but we never refused a preclear. fro m which the material was taken. If we did not find anything. where the test results were shown and explained. The o ne I re- ¤ IVy . to 4. Saint Hill Manor. There was an ho ur fo r lunch.30 P. They hung high up o n the wall. we usually wro te letters. fro m 9. perhaps to do with their surname. Mary Sue Hubbard had written a po licy abo ut it.00 PM. But we had so mething else. If more preclears booked for a week we called in field auditors for that week. The techno lo gy did no t really allo w it. nearer Oxford Street. That I will talk about in the next in this series.. Ro n Hubbard’s office. We each go t a small bundle of c/f folders (c/f = central files. and in some cases the telepho ne numbers. the auditing ro o ms were fitted with two way communicatio n devises. but did tests.00 to 5.42 IVy 89 Nov 2008 Surveillance In the last three or four decades. I think it was a little so uth o f the HASI premises. Fro m 4. and having fo und so mething. and they were co nnected to receivers in bo th the Director o f Pro cessing’s Office (the po st o f Case Superviso r did no t exist) and in L. So me audito rs had special pro jects to work o n instead o f writing letters. and from 1. We never did get to hear much o f where he lived in the USA. I think there were six auditing ro o ms with them. and this has to be passed by the supervisor. This o riginally came out (1958) with the addressess. or case superviso r. of tho se who had participated in the 5th London ACC. we sho uld go o n to another fo lder. Any replies came back to the initial writer. The OCA (Oxford Capacity Analysis) and IQ (Intelligence quotient) tests. and in that situation the two way communicatio n bo xes were used both ways. visible to preclears. While I was an HGC auditor. During the time I was HGC audito r. A session o f theirs is reco rded. perhaps were they lived. but were apparently to ld that they needed the number of hours assessed before we could be sure that they got a stable gain. usually in three hour sessio n. each preclear was given an interview by the D o f P. presumably confined in their use to televisio n and film companies and yo u could no t reco rd TV. I was mo ved to the po st of Director of the Perso nal Efficiency Fo undatio n.00 to no o n. we sho uld ask them a question abo ut it to satisfy our curio usity.M. Video cameras were expensive things. member was Maura Chamberlain (she had been a student on the weekend HPA course). which might be anything. HGC Routine We HGC audito rs audited 25 ho urs a week. Ro n intro duced so mething new which was called Pro ject Engineer.
rather than dropped. of a cycle. To remember the o ld but get on with the new. Applying lesso ns and impro ving procedures. changed and then stopped. We’ve all enjo yed whatever there has been so far. But we will pro bably benefit just as much Fro m what co mes next. Give praise to tho se who started. The past is do ne. There is really no reaso n to be at all sad. Perhaps this is when we can afford to be glad. No w it’s time to mo ve fo rward without looking back. writings and such. it canno t and sho uld not be changed Let’s herald the future as it lo o ms into view. ¤ IVy . They still have co ntro l o ver whatever they do. Its so mething they’ve handed o ver. If we view it as the beginning of the next. especially if we all Lend o ur suppo rt with po stulates. It is o ften the best mo ment fo r a fresh start. Fresh thinking and new blo o d refreshes the old heart.Nov 2008 IVy 89 43 End and Start by Jim Burtles. UK As we draw to the end. Let’s ackno wledge and thank the go od work of the past. o r clo se. The end o f a go o d time do esn’t have to be bad.
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