Thursday, October 27, 2011

'We Stand Tall' - Scientology Music Video


This is the full video showing the liars from the cult of Scientology singing. David Miscavige, the leader of Scientology, does not stand tall. He stands short (as seen in the video). L. Ron Hubbard is a liar and a fraud.

It is time for David Miscavige to answer our questions:

What really happened to Lisa McPherson? 

Where is Shelly Miscavige? 

It is time for David Miscavige, the illiterate high school dropout, to lift the veil, let the prisoners of Scientology out of the hole, and be taken to task for the tragic human rights violations he has committed.

We are Anonymous. We are Legion. We do not Forgive. We do not Forget.
EXPECT US.

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Operating Thetan (OT) Levels [Part 1]

The


Technical Bulletins


of


Dianetics and Scientology


by


L. Ron Hubbard
FOUNDER OF DIANETICS AND SCIENTOLOGY

Volume
XIV
THE O.T. LEVELS



I will not always be here on guard.
The stars twinkle in the Milky Way
And the wind sighs for songs
Across the empty fields of a planet
A Galaxy away.

You won’t always be here.
But before you go,
Whisper this to your sons
And their sons —
“The work was free.
Keep it so.”

L. RON HUBBARD
2



L. RON HUBBARD
Founder of Dianetics and Scientology

CONTENTS



Contents


ORIGINAL OT 1.......................................................................................................13
OT 1 Checksheet ................................................................................................15
Clear And OT.....................................................................................................16
An Open Letter To All Clears .......................................................................17
Floating Needles ................................................................................................19
OT 1 Instructions ...............................................................................................20
OT 1 Steps..........................................................................................................22
NEW OT 1..................................................................................................................27
New OT 1 Instructions .......................................................................................29
OT 2 ............................................................................................................................31
OT 2 Course Checksheet ...................................................................................33
Keeping Scientology Working...........................................................................36
Technical Degrades............................................................................................43


O.T. Course - Section Two Instructions ...........................................................45
Additional Data Re: Dates .................................................................................46
Clearing Course Instruction Booklet .................................................................47
The State Of Clear .............................................................................................57
Floating Needles ................................................................................................58
Glossary Of Terms For The Section II OT Course.....................................59
The State Of Clear .............................................................................................63
The Nature Of A Being......................................................................................65
The Difference Between The Comm Cycle In Regular Auditing
And The Comm Cycle In Solo Auditing.................................................68
OT II Handwritten Additional Instructions .......................................................70
Electrical GPM ..................................................................................................72
Tocky GPM........................................................................................................75
Big Being GPM .................................................................................................76
House GPM........................................................................................................78
Psycho GPM ......................................................................................................84
Banky GPM .......................................................................................................86
Forerunner GPM ................................................................................................89
Non Line Plot Incidents .....................................................................................96
The Arrow..........................................................................................................97
Woman...............................................................................................................97
White - Black .....................................................................................................97
Hot - Cold ..........................................................................................................97
Laughter - Calm .................................................................................................97
Dance Mob.........................................................................................................97
Double Rod ........................................................................................................98
Foreign Language Caution.................................................................................99
Basic Basic GPM .............................................................................................101
Basic GPM .......................................................................................................184
The One Command GPM ................................................................................193
Lower LP GPM................................................................................................197
LP GPM ...........................................................................................................203
Body GPM .......................................................................................................209
Lower Bank......................................................................................................217


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NEW OT 3................................................................................................................229
OT 3 Course Checksheet..................................................................................231
Data ..................................................................................................................236
Additional Tech Data .......................................................................................239
Definitions, Sect III ........................................................................................246
Character Of Body Thetans..............................................................................247
2nd Note ...........................................................................................................248
1st Note ............................................................................................................253
The Basic On BTs .........................................................................................254
Dianetics Forbidden On Clears And OTs ........................................................255
Dianetics Deleted From OT III Materials ........................................................256
Revised Instructions .........................................................................................257
Section III Additional Data - Notes On Running.............................................261
Stuck Pictures...................................................................................................263
Section III Running ..........................................................................................264
3RD Note .........................................................................................................266
Overt-Motivator Sequence ...............................................................................267
Cross Auditing .................................................................................................269
OT III ...............................................................................................................269
Overrun On III ...............................................................................................271
Running OT III.................................................................................................272
OT III Errors ....................................................................................................273
Addition To OT III Pack ..................................................................................274
Cluster Formation ............................................................................................275
OT III Case Supervision ..................................................................................279
Ruds Going Out On BTs ..................................................................................282
Dianetic Auditing And OT III..........................................................................283
S E C R E T......................................................................................................286
III Completion..................................................................................................287
EP’s ..................................................................................................................288
Handling Correction Lists On OTs ..................................................................289
Flying Ruds On Solo OT III And Above .........................................................290
Incident II .........................................................................................................293
List Of Volcanoes ............................................................................................294
Incident I ..........................................................................................................295
List Of LRH Handwritten Materials ................................................................296
Auditing By R3R .............................................................................................297
Solo & R3R ......................................................................................................298
OT III And OT III Attest..................................................................................299
The Green Green Form Revised ......................................................................300
LDN OT III RB................................................................................................306
ORIGINAL OT 4.....................................................................................................313
OT IV Rundown...............................................................................................315
Valence Shifter And Rudiments ......................................................................316
Valence Shifter.................................................................................................316
Valence Shifter And Low TA ..........................................................................316
OT IV Solo Instructions ...................................................................................317
NEW OT 4................................................................................................................321
OT Drug Rundown...........................................................................................323



ORIGINAL OT 5.....................................................................................................333
Instructions .......................................................................................................335
NEW OT 5................................................................................................................339
NED For OTs - Checklist - Pre-OT Advance Pgm..........................................341
ORIGINAL OT 6.....................................................................................................345
OT 6 Instructions .............................................................................................347
NEW OT 6................................................................................................................351
NED For OTs Course Checksheet....................................................................353
NED For OTs RD - Theory Of ........................................................................373
Why You Can’t Run Engrams After Clear ......................................................377
Assists ..............................................................................................................378
Word Clearing And Information......................................................................379
Definitions........................................................................................................380
Information For Pre-OTs .................................................................................384
Misconceptions ................................................................................................385
Blowing BTs And Clusters ..............................................................................387
Valences ...........................................................................................................389
Basic Principles Upon Which The NED For OTs Rundown Is Based ............394
OT III And Dormant BTs.................................................................................396
The First Step Of NED For OTs ......................................................................397
Repairing And Blowing BTs And Clusters......................................................399
FESing Of Folders ...........................................................................................403
Out-Int, “Went In”, “Went On” .......................................................................404
The “Solidity” Of The Body ............................................................................406
“Exterior” Vision, BT Perception ....................................................................407
Prediction Factors On Length And Progress....................................................408
Session Factors.................................................................................................410
TA And Needle Behavior ................................................................................412
How You Operate A Meter ..............................................................................413
Revivication .....................................................................................................414
Anaten ..............................................................................................................416
Remnant Ridges ...............................................................................................418
NED For OTs - Repair List..............................................................................419
Resistance To Change ......................................................................................422
NED For OTs - Checklist - Pre-OT Advance Pgm..........................................423
“NED For OTs” - Checklist .............................................................................425
Stuck Flows, The Genus Of A BT ...................................................................436
Flow Assessment Sheet....................................................................................440
Rest Points........................................................................................................441
Program Departures .........................................................................................442
The Thetan Hand Technique............................................................................443
Chronic Somatics, Missed BTs ........................................................................444
Perimeter Masses .............................................................................................446
The Sequence For Handling A Physical Condition .........................................448
Notes On PTS...................................................................................................451
Rockslams ........................................................................................................452
Collective Identities .........................................................................................453
Basic Fear.........................................................................................................455
More On Dianetic Chain Errors .......................................................................455
Auditor Role.....................................................................................................457
Handling BTs Messed Up On OT III...............................................................458
Repair List For Errors In OT III.......................................................................460
Additional Action.............................................................................................464


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Wrong Items.....................................................................................................465
Partially Blown BTs .........................................................................................466
BTs With Misunderstood Words .....................................................................467
Valence Technique Addition ...........................................................................469
Acknowledging The “Me” Answer..................................................................474
NOTs OT Drug Rundown................................................................................481
Audit BTs Conceptually.................................................................................485
NOTs What/Who L & N Step..........................................................................486
Clarification On Acknowledging .....................................................................489
Varying The Areas ...........................................................................................491
Advanced NOTs Procedure .............................................................................492
Handling Correction Lists On OTs ..................................................................493
Qual Corrective Actions On OTs.....................................................................494
OT III And OT III Attest..................................................................................498
ORIGINAL OT 7.....................................................................................................501
OT 7 Instructions .............................................................................................503
NEW OT 7................................................................................................................511
New OT 7 Instructions .....................................................................................513
ORIGINAL OT 8.....................................................................................................515
Why Thetans Mock Up ...................................................................................517
NEW OT 8................................................................................................................521
Study And Procedure .......................................................................................523
SPECIAL RUNDOWNS ........................................................................................ 529
The L Rundowns............................................................................................ 531
Introduction ............................................................................................ 533
Set Ups.................................................................................................... 533
Method 6................................................................................................. 533
Purpose Of The L’s................................................................................. 534
L 10.................................................................................................................. 535
Class 10 Checksheet For L 10 (Export)...................................................536
L 10 Introduction .....................................................................................548
L 10 End Phenomenon ............................................................................548
L 10 Basic Approach ...............................................................................548
L 10 Rundowns........................................................................................549
L 10 Prior Assessment .............................................................................550
8 Dynamic R/D ........................................................................................553
Overts By Dynamics R/D ........................................................................559
Considerations R/D..................................................................................564
Connections R/D......................................................................................565
Enemy R/D ..............................................................................................565
Greatest Overt R/D ..................................................................................565
Muliple Flow Evil Purpose R/D ..............................................................565
Lie R/D ....................................................................................................565
L 10 Results Assessment .........................................................................566
L’s Correction List...................................................................................567
L 11................................................................................................................... 569
Introduction .............................................................................................570
L 11 Program Steps .................................................................................570
Justification..............................................................................................570
C/S 37R R/D ............................................................................................570
Harm Implant R/D ...................................................................................570
Evil Purpose R/D .....................................................................................571



List 9S......................................................................................................571
Nature Of Man.........................................................................................571
L 12................................................................................................................... 573
Introduction .............................................................................................574
L 12 Program Steps .................................................................................574
Cluster Handling......................................................................................575
Character List ..........................................................................................575
PTS Beam Handling ................................................................................579
OCA Trait Handling ................................................................................579
Management Words.................................................................................580
Admin Scale ............................................................................................580
Group Sanity............................................................................................580
Simon Bolivar Policy...............................................................................580
New Vitality Rundown ...................................................................................583
Theory......................................................................................................584
Two Way Communication Techniques ...................................................585
Two Way Comming Traits ......................................................................585
Other Two Way Comms..........................................................................586
End Phenomenon .....................................................................................586
Notes On Programming ...........................................................................586
Bright Think Rundown ..................................................................................589
Revivication.............................................................................................591
NOTs Series 21 - Revivication ................................................................592
Bright Think R/D.....................................................................................594
Super Power ....................................................................................................599
Introduction .............................................................................................601
Condition Below Confusion ....................................................................602
Eighth Dynamic Process..........................................................................603
Ethics Repair List ....................................................................................605
Eighth Dynamic Viewpoint .....................................................................611
Actual Super Power Process....................................................................612


10



ORIGINAL
OT 1



OT 1 CHECKSHEET


1. Read HCO PL 17 January 1967
______
2. Read Handwritten Instruction 21 July 1968
______
3.
Clear: Phenomena ______
Flattened ______
Overrun ______
Cognition ______
4. Read Advance Courses General Issue 19 September 1967 ______
5. Read Advance Courses General Issue 16 October 1967 ______
6. Read Handwritten Instruction 21 July 1968R
______
7. Read the 13 step instructions
______
8. Demo each step
______
9. Have the Advanced Courses Supervisor check you out ______
10. Proceed with the Solo steps
______

HUBBARD COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE
Saint Hill Manor, East Grinstead, Sussex


HCO BULLETIN OF 22 SEPTEMBER 1966


Clearing Course
Students
O.T. Course CONFIDENTIAL
Students
CLEAR AND O.T.

DEFINITION OF A CLEAR: A THETAN WHO CAN BE AT CAUSE KNOWINGLY AND
AT WILL OVER MENTAL MATTER, ENERGY, SPACE AND TIME.

In clearing you move the Being up to where he is cause over mental MEST. A Clear has erased
the matter, energy, space and time connected to the thing called MIND. He has been cleared of the
MASS, PICTURES etc. It is a negative gain.

Clear occurs when he stops mocking up bank, or realizes he is doing it.

A Clear has perhaps not entirely lost the automaticity of mocking up mass. But at least he
knows he is putting it there and practice increases his general reality.

A Clear may, at first, have a little trouble with thought. His “think” is quite powerful, and is
not influenced by a bank, but may be influenced by his own past postulates. Thus he may run into
difficulty with his own postulates in present time, his own past postulates and others present time
postulates, especially when he has two or more postulates or similar magnitude opposing each other.
At first his postulates will contain force, probably, and he may experience pain from these as a thetan.

A Clear will have considerable influence upon others around him. People whose ability to
confront is not very high will begin to fall to pieces in the presence of a Clear. One mechanism of
this is that the Clear tends to raise the people around him to a slightly higher level of confront, and
they begin to confront their own mind, and this really shakes them up. This is particularly so of an

S.P. who dares not look at his mind, because he knows that if he does he will go insane.
The E-Meter will read on a Clear on THOUGHT. It will read on postulate and assert. The
Clear’s “think” influences the body, thus causing the meter to read.

DEFINITION OF AN OPERATING THETAN: A THETAN WHO CAN BE AT CAUSE
KNOWINGLY AND AT WILL OVER THOUGHT, LIFE, MATTER, ENERGY, SPACE
AND TIME, SUBJECTIVE AND OBJECTIVE.

After Clear, we are starting to move into “ Cause over thought and life”.

In PART ONE of the O.T. Course the Clear uses the same materials as are used on the Clearing
Course, and runs any banks he did not complete before he went Clear. This activity is in the realm
of thought. But it is these banks which brought the being down the “dwindling spiral” and we must
be sure that they are never again going to have any effect on the Being. There are also positive gains
to be had from this activity. The being is becoming more at cause over thought. He is on his way
to Operating Thetan.

When a Clear moves up to cause over his own and other thought, life, Matter, Energy, Space
and Time, he is an Operating Thetan.

The width between wog and Clear is very great. The width between Clear and OT is a bit wider.

LRH:fh L. Ron Hubbard
Copyright © 1966
by L. Ron Hubbard
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

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HUBBARD COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE
Saint Hill Manor, East Grinstead, Sussex


HCO POLICY LETTER OF 17 JANUARY 1967


Remimeo
Franchise
FSM’s AN OPEN LETTER TO ALL CLEARS
All Students
All Preclears
BPI

You are Clear. Well done and congratulations.

This state has not previously been attained in this universe and we must all work towards getting
more people - many more people - up to this level. Essentially, you are clear on the 1st dynamic and still
have a lot of work in front of you to attain OT, which is to say the remaining dynamics, but nevertheless
you will find you have many abilities hitherto undreamed of. An ethical code already exists for OT’s so
at the state of Clear one should not assume one has a license to do just whatever one will. You still have
the remaining dynamics to go so don’t use the abilities you have attained already to enslave others, or,
indeed yourself.

With freedom comes responsibility and with responsibility comes the need to assess one’s actions
and to take only such actions as will do the greatest good over the greatest number of dynamics. So, the
Policies of Scientology which have enabled you to reach the state of Clear still apply to all Clears. In fact
they apply more because you have the reality of their value and the necessity of seeing that they are
followed.

Those who have not yet attained Clear will be watching you with some awe, so you have the duty
of setting an example of exemplary behavior in all aspects of your life. As a Clear you have no privileges
beyond being declared Clear.

As a result, bigger responsibilities will be given and expected of you so you must be prepared to
responsibly educate yourself where necessary so that you can do whatever is assigned to you in a proper
manner in keeping with the main goals and aims of Scientology.

So for you there is no sitting down and resting on your laurels, no waiving of policy, no promiscuous
2nd dynamic activities, no improper assumption of power, control or influence or assuming that you
automatically know best in every situation. It is a crime to invalidate the State of Clear - see to it that you
don’t do this in your conduct as a Clear, particularly as regards yourself. You still have the rest of your
dynamics to go.

You have now become more than ever a part of a team. Obsessive individualism and a failure to
organise were responsible for getting into the state we got into.

As soon as you have gone the rest of the way this will become abundantly plain.

I expect and need your help to carry out the broad mission of de-contaminating this area of the
universe. If you wish to help, your first duty is to protect the repute of the state of Clear by exemplary
conduct. Your second duty is to attain OT as soon as possible. Your third, if you wish to help, is to become
part of the endeavour to clean up this sector of the universe and make it safe not only for ourselves but the
billions of others who have been harmed.

As a Clear, you are welcomed and honoured. Don’t do anything that will wear out your welcome
or bring dishonour on yourself or upon other Clears.

Thank you for what you have done so far.

Thank you for what you will do in the future.

I know I can count on you.

LRH:lrh L. Ron Hubbard
Copyright © 1967 Founder
by L. Ron Hubbard

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


ADVANCED COURSES
GENERAL ISSUE


To: All Clearing
and O.T. Course I M P O R T A N T 19 September 1967
students

FLOATING NEEDLES

Students are reminded that they must always note on there worksheet F/N and T.A.
position when a floating needle occurs. This is an essential part of your admin. and it must
be done.

TONY DUNLEAVY
A/Chief Supervisor of Advanced Courses

ADVANCED COURSES
G E N E R A L I S S U E


To:
O.T. COURSE STUDENTS
Section I and II 16 October 1967

FLOATING NEEDLES

No great significance should be placed on floating needled on the O.T. Course.
Advanced Courses General Issue of 19 September 1967 reminds you to note down when
a floating (free) needle occurs, and you should do this. It is a part of standard admin at
all levels.

This does not, however, alter any tech of the O.T. Course.

JANET GUILFORD

T/Chief Supervisor of Advanced Courses

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20



22



24



NEW
OT 1



NEW OT 1 INSTRUCTIONS


0.
Make a list of terminals who have had ARC Breaks, PTPs or have committed overts
against you to Fly Ruds on them .
1.
Assess the first terminal and if reading on ARCX then fly Rud to F/N.
eg: Mother
“Does ( Mother ) have an ARC Break with me?”
If reading, then ARCU, CDEINR E/S to F/N, VGIs and no more reads.
2.
Assess SAME terminal for PTP and if reading fly Rud to F/N.
eg: Mother
“Does ( Mother ) have a Present Time Problem with me?”
If reading, then Itsa E/S Itsa to F/N VGIs and no more reads.
3.
Assess SAME terminal for W/Hs and if reading fly Rud to F/N.
eg: Mother
“Does ( Mother ) have a Withhold from me?”
If reading, then get What, When, All, Who to F/N, VGIs and no more reads.
Then take the NEXT terminal from your list and do 1 to 4 on IT.

Do this action until you have a big win, persistent F/N and cognition on doing the
action.

 Good Luck!


OT 2



HUBBARD COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE
Saint Hill Manor, East Grinstead, Sussex


HCO POLICY LETTER OF 6 SEPTEMBER 1972
ISSUE IV


AO’s Only
OT 2 Students
Tech Secs AO’s
D of T AO’s
Adv Cses I/C
Adv Cse Super

OT 2 COURSE CHECKSHEET
CONFIDENTIAL

The materials contained on this checksheet include all the necessary data to audit yourself
through Section II OT. The checksheet is divided into two sections:

1) Study of OT II data
and
2) Auditing on OT II.

Upon completion of the Study Section, the student is routed to the Adv Cse D of P for the
Auditing portion.

PREREQUISITES: OT I Completion.

STUDENT NAME:_____________________ DATE STARTED:____________

ORGANIZATION:______________________DATE COMPLETED:_________

POST:_____________________________________

Course Length: This course should take no longer than 3 hours to complete. (Refer to
Study Section).

Sequence: Study materials in checksheet order, starrates as marked. Do not go past a
word you do not fully understand. Use a dictionary and for Scn terms use the Scn
Abridged Dictionary and HCOB 23 Aug ‘65 “Abbrev and Symbols of Dn and Scn”. All
the materials are checked with M4.

Product: The product of this course is (a) A student who understands and can do OT II.

(b) A PreOT who has attained OT II.
Certificate: Upon completion of the study section the auditor is given an OK to Audit for
OT II and an OT II Certificate when the auditing is complete.


OT II CHECKSHEET
STUDY SECTION


1.
HCO PL 7 Feb 65 Keeping Scientology Working ____________
2.
HCO PL 17 Jun 70 Technical Degrades ____________
3.
Instruction Sheet 24 Apr 67 OT Course Section II ____________
4.
Additional Data Re Dates 20 Apr 68 ____________
5.
CC Instruction Booklet (may be zero rated if you
are certain of the procedure ) ____________
6.
Advanced Courses General Issue 28 Apr 67
Rev. 15 Aug 71 Confidential - The State of Clear. ____________
7.
General Issue 19 Sep 67 Floating Needle ____________
8.
General Issue 16 Oct 67 Floating Needles ____________
NOTE:
If you have any uncertainties at this point about the procedure for running OT
2, then see your Supervisor and ask to review the Study Section of the CC
Checksheet, with particular attention to the demos and drills.

ADDITIONS:

1.
Glossary of Terms for Sec. II OT Cse ____________
2.
Confidential State of Clear ____________
3.
HCOB 30.7.80 Nature of a Being ____________
4.
HCOB 5.12.79 Difference Between the Comm
Cycle in Regular Auditing and
Cycles of Action in Solo Auditing ____________
5.
HCOB 27.12.65 Vitamins ____________
6.
HCOB 4.11.80 Vitamin C ____________
I attest that I have completed all the requirements of this checksheet and I know and
can apply the materials to Solo Audit on OT II.

(date)
(student)

I attest that this student knows and can apply the materials of this course to Solo Audit OT

II.
(date)
(student)

34



AUDITING SECTION


You are now ready to report to the Adv Cse D of P to receive the OT II auditing materials
and commence with your auditing.

Before beginning, your ruds will be flown by an Adv Cse Review Auditor.
You will be under the direct Supervision of the Adv Cse C/S and D of P while you are
auditing yourself on OT II. GOOD LUCK!


Student has completed the above auditing requirements and may attest to OT II.


_______________________
(date)
_______________________
(Adv Cse CaseSupervisor)
Student is awarded the OT II Certificate.
_______________________
(date)
_______________________
(C & A)
Compiled by Tech
Compilations PR &
Consumption Bureau
for
Training and
Services Aide
for
L. RON HUBBARD
FOUNDER
LRH:BL:RS:kjm:JK:YH
Copyright © 1972
by L. Ron Hubbard
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


HUBBARD COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE
Saint Hill Manor, East, Sussex


HCO POLICY LETTER OF 7 FEBRUARY 1965
REISSUED 27 AUGUST 1980


Remimeo
Sthil Students
Assn/Org Sec Hat (As the first issue in the Keeping
HCO Sec Hat Scientology Working Series)
Case Sup Hat
Ds of P Hat
Ds of T Hat
Staff Member Hat
Franchise
(Issued May 1965)
Keeping Scientology Working Series 1

Note: Neglect of this Pol Ltr has caused great hardship on staffs, has cost countless
millions and made it necessary in 1970 to engage in an all out international effort to restore
basic Scientology over the world. Within 5 years after the issue of this PL with me off the
lines, violation had almost destroyed orgs. “Quickie grades” entered in and denied gain
to tens of thousands of cases. Therefore actions which neglect or violate this policy letter
are HIGH CRIMES resulting in Comm Evs on ADMINISTRATORS and EXECUTIVES.
It is not ‘ entirely a tech matter” as its neglect destroys orgs and caused a 2-year
slump. IT IS THE BUSINESS OF EVERY STAFF MEMBER to enforce it.

SPECIAL MESSAGE

THE FOLLOWING POLICY LETTER MEANS WHAT IT SAYS.

IT WAS TRUE IN 1965 WHEN I WROTE IT. IT WAS TRUE IN 1970 WHEN I
HAD IT REISSUED. I AM REISSUING IT NOW, IN 1980, TO AVOID AGAIN
SLIPPING BACK INTO A PERIOD OF OMITTED AND QUICKIED FUNDAMENTAL
GRADE CHART ACTIONS ON CASES, THEREBY DENYING GAINS AND
THREATENING THE VIABILITY OF SCIENTOLOGY AND OF ORGS.
SCIENTOLOGY WILL KEEP WORKING ONLY AS LONG AS YOU DO YOUR
PART TO KEEP IT WORKING BY APPLYING THIS POLICY LETTER.

WHAT I SAY IN THESE PAGES HAS ALWAYS BEEN TRUE, IT HOLDS
TRUE TODAY, IT WILL STILL HOLD TRUE IN THE YEAR 2000 AND IT WILL
CONTINUE TO HOLD TRUE FROM THERE ON OUT.

NO MATTER WHERE YOU ARE IN SCIENTOLOGY, ON STAFF OR NOT,
THIS POLICY LETTER HAS SOMETHING TO DO WITH YOU.

ALL LEVELS

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KEEPING SCIENTOLOGY WORKING

HCO Sec or Communicator Hat Check
on all personnel and all new personnel
as taken on.

We have some time since passed the point of achieving uniformly workable
technology.

The only thing now is getting the technology applied.

If you can’t get the technology applied, then you can’t deliver what’s promised. It’s
as simple as that. If you can get the technology applied, you can deliver what’s promised.

The only thing you can be upbraided for by students or pcs is “no results.” Trouble
spots occur only where there are “no results.” Attacks from governments or monopolies
occur only where there are “no results” or “bad results.”

Therefore the road before Scientology is clear and its ultimate success is assured if
the technology is applied.

So it is the task of the Assn or Org Sec, the HCO Sec, the Case Supervisor, the D
of P, the D of T and all staff members to get the correct technology applied.

 Getting the correct technology applied consists of

One: Having the correct technology.
Two: Knowing the technology.
Three: Knowing it is correct.
Four: Teaching correctly the correct technology.
Five: Applying the technology.
Six: Seeing that the technology is correctly applied.
Seven: Hammering out of existence incorrect technology.
Eight: Knocking out incorrect applications.
Nine: Closing the door on any possibility of incorrect technology.
Ten: Closing the door on incorrect application.

One above has been done.
Two has been achieved by many.
Three is achieved by the individual applying the correct technology in a proper


manner and observing that it works that way.
Four is being done daily successfully in most parts of the world.
Five is consistently accomplished daily.
Six is achieved by instructors and supervisors consistently.
Seven is done by a few but is a weak point.


Eight is not worked on hard enough.

Nine is impeded by the “reasonable” attitude of the not quite bright.

Ten is seldom done with enough ferocity.

Seven, Eight, Nine and Ten are the only places Scientology can bog down in any
area.

The reasons for this are not hard to find. (a) A weak certainty that it works in Three
above can lead to weakness in Seven, Eight, Nine and Ten. (b) Further, the not-too-bright
have a bad point on the button Self-Importance. (c) The lower the IQ, the more the
individual is shut off from the fruits of observation. (d) The service facs of people make
them defend themselves against anything they confront good or bad and seek to make it
wrong. (e) The bank seeks to knock out the good and perpetuate the bad.

Thus we as Scientologists and as an organization must be very alert to Seven, Eight,
Nine and Ten.

In all the years I have been engaged in research, I have kept my comm lines wide
open for research data. I once had the idea that a group could evolve truth. A third of a
century has thoroughly disabused me of that idea. Willing as I was to accept suggestions
and data, only a handful of suggestions (less than twenty) had long-run value and none
were major or basic; and when I did accept major or basic suggestions and used them, we
went astray and I repented and eventually had to “eat crow.”

On the other hand there have been thousands and thousands of suggestions and
writings which, if accepted and acted upon, would have resulted in the complete
destruction of all our work as well as the sanity of pcs. So 1 know what a group of people
will do and how insane they will go in accepting unworkable “technology.” By actual
record the percentages are about twenty to 100,000 that a group of human beings will
dream up bad technology to destroy good technology. As we could have gotten along
without suggestions, then, we had better steel ourselves to continue to do so now that we
have made it. This point will, of course, be attacked as “unpopular,” “egotistical” and
“undemocratic.” It very well may be. But it is also a survival point. And I don’t see that
popular measures, self-abnegation and democracy have done anything for Man but push
him further into the mud. Currently, popularity endorses degraded novels, self-abnegation
has filled the Southeast Asian jungles with stone idols and corpses, and democracy
has given us inflation and income tax.

Our technology has not been discovered by a group. True, if the group had not
supported me in many ways, I could not have discovered it either. But it remains that if
in its formative stages it was not discovered by a group, then group efforts, one can safely
assume, will not add to it or successfully alter it in the future. I can only say this now that
it is done. There remains, of course, group tabulation or coordination of what has been
done, which will be valuable—only so long as it does not seek to alter basic principles and
successful applications.

The contributions that were worthwhile in this period of forming the technology
were help in the form of friendship, of defense, of organization, of dissemination, of
application, of advices on results and of finance. These were great contributions and were,
and are, appreciated. Many thousands contributed in this way and made us what we are.

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Discovery contribution was not however part of the broad picture.

We will not speculate here on why this was so or how I came to rise above the bank.
We are dealing only in facts and the above is a fact—-the group left to its own devices
would not have evolved Scientology but with wild dramatizations of the bank called “new
ideas” would have wiped it out. Supporting this is the fact that Man has never before
evolved workable mental technology and emphasizing it is the vicious technology he did
evolve—psychiatry, psychology, surgery, shock treatment, whips, duress, punishment,
etc., ad infinitum.

So realize that we have climbed out of the mud by whatever good luck and good
sense, and refuse to sink back into it again. See that Seven, Eight, Nine and Ten above are
ruthlessly followed and we will never be stopped. Relax them, get reasonable about it and
we will perish.

So far, while keeping myself in complete communication with all suggestions, I
have not failed on Seven, Eight, Nine and Ten in areas I could supervise closely. But it’s
not good enough for just myself and a few others to work at this.

Whenever this control as per Seven, Eight, Nine and Ten has been relaxed, the
whole organizational area has failed. Witness Elizabeth, N.J.; Wichita; the early organizations
and groups. They crashed only because I no longer did Seven, Eight, Nine and
Ten. Then, when they were all messed up, you saw the obvious “reasons” for failure. But
ahead of that they ceased to deliver and that involved them in other reasons.

The common denominator of a group is the reactive bank. Thetans without banks
have different responses. They only have their banks in common. They agree then only
on bank principles. Person to person the bank is identical. So constructive ideas are
individual and seldom get broad agreement in a human group. An individual must rise
above an avid craving for agreement from a humanoid group to get anything decent done.
The bank-agreement has been what has made Earth a Hell—and if you were looking for
Hell and found Earth, it would certainly serve. War, famine, agony and disease has been
the lot of Man. Right now the great governments of Earth have developed the means of
frying every man, woman and child on the planet. That is bank. That is the result of
Collective Thought Agreement.

The decent, pleasant things on this planet come from individual actions and ideas
that have somehow gotten by the Group Idea. For that matter, look how we ourselves are
attacked by “public opinion” media. Yet there is no more ethical group on this planet than
ourselves.

Thus each one of us can rise above the domination of the bank and then, as a group
of freed beings, achieve freedom and reason. It is only the aberrated group, the mob, that
is destructive.

When you don’t do Seven, Eight, Nine and Ten actively, you are working for the
bank-dominated mob. For it will surely, surely (a) introduce incorrect technology and
swear by it, (b) apply technology as incorrectly as possible, (c) open the door to any
destructive idea, and (d) encourage incorrect application.

It’s the bank that says the group is all and the individual nothing. It’s the bank that
says we must fail.


So just don’t play that game. Do Seven, Eight, Nine and Ten and you will knock out
of your road all the future thorns.

Here’s an actual example in which a senior executive had to interfere because of a
pc spin: A Case Supervisor told Instructor A to have Auditor B run Process X on Preclear

C. Auditor B afterwards told Instructor A that “It didn’t work.” Instructor A was weak on
Three above and didn’t really believe in Seven, Eight, Nine and Ten. So Instructor A told
the Case Supervisor, “Process X didn’t work on Preclear C.” Now this strikes directly at
each of One to Six above in Preclear C, Auditor B, Instructor A and the Case Supervisor.
It opens the door to the introduction of “new technology” and to failure.
What happened here? Instructor A didn’t jump down Auditor B’s throat, that’s all
that happened. This is what he should have done: Grabbed the Auditor’s Report and
looked it over. When a higher executive on this case did so, she found what the Case
Supervisor and the rest missed: That Process X increased Preclear C’s TA to 25 TA
divisions for the session but that near session end Auditor B Q’d and A’d with a cognition
and abandoned Process X while it still gave high TA and went off running one of Auditor
B’s own manufacture, which nearly spun Preclear C. Auditor B’s IQ on examination
turned out to be about 75. Instructor A was found to have huge ideas of how you must
never invalidate anyone, even a lunatic. The Case Supervisor was found to be “too busy
with admin to have any time for actual cases.”

All right, there’s an all too typical example. The Instructor should have done Seven,
Eight, Nine and Ten. This would have begun this way. Auditor B: “That process X didn’t
work.” Instructor A: “What exactly did you do wrong?” Instant attack. “Where’s your
Auditor’s Report for the session? Good. Look here, you were getting a lot of TA when
you stopped Process X. What did you do?” Then the pc wouldn’t have come close to a
spin and all four of these would have retained their certainty.

In a year, I had four instances in one small group where the correct process
recommended was reported not to have worked. But on review found that each one had

(a) increased the TA, (b) had been abandoned, and (c) had been falsely reported as
unworkable. Also, despite this abuse, in each of these four cases the recommended,
correct process cracked the case. Yet they were reported as not having worked!
Similar examples exist in instruction and these are all the more deadly as every time
instruction in correct technology is flubbed, then the resulting error, uncorrected in the
auditor, is perpetuated on every pc that auditor audits thereafter. So Seven, Eight, Nine
and Ten are even more important in a course than in supervision of cases.

Here’s an example: A rave recommendation is given a graduating student “because
he gets more TA on pcs than any other student on the course!” Figures of 435 TA divisions
a session are reported. “Of course his Model Session is poor but it’s just a knack he has”
is also included in the recommendation. A careful review is undertaken because nobody
at Levels O to IV is going to get that much TA on pcs. It is found that this student was never
taught to read an E-Meter TA dial! And no instructor observed his handling of a meter and
it was not discovered that he “overcompensated” nervously, swinging the TA 2 or 3
divisions beyond where it needed to go to place the needle at “set.” So everyone was about
to throw away standard processes and Model Session because this one student “got such
remarkable TA.” They only read the reports and listened to the brags and never looked
at this student. The pcs in actual fact were making slightly less than average gain, impeded
by a rough Model Session and misworded processes. Thus, what was making the pcs win

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(actual Scientology) was hidden under a lot of departures and errors.

I recall one student who was squirreling on an Academy course and running a lot
of offbeat whole track on other students after course hours. The Academy students were
in a state of electrification on all these new experiences and weren’t quickly brought under
control, and the student himself never was given the works on Seven, Eight, Nine and Ten
so they stuck. Subsequently, this student prevented another squirrel from being straightened
out and his wife died of cancer resulting from physical abuse. A hard, tough
instructor at that moment could have salvaged two squirrels and saved the life of a girl.
BUT no, students had a right to do whatever they pleased.

Squirreling (going off into weird practices or altering Scientology) only comes
about from noncomprehension. Usually the noncomprehension is not of Scientology but
some earlier contact with an offbeat humanoid practice which in its turn was not
understood.

When people can’t get results from what they think is standard practice, they can be
counted upon to squirrel to some degree. The most trouble in the past two years came from
orgs where an executive in each could not assimilate straight Scientology. Under
instruction in Scientology, they were unable to define terms or demonstrate examples of
principles. And the orgs where they were got into plenty of trouble. And worse, it could
not be straightened out easily because neither one of these people could or would
duplicate instructions. Hence, a debacle resulted in two places, directly traced to failures
of instruction earlier. So proper instruction is vital. The D of T and his instructors and all
Scientology instructors must be merciless in getting Four, Seven, Eight, Nine and Ten into
effective action. That one student, dumb and impossible though he may seem and of no
use to anyone, may yet some day be the cause of untold upset because nobody was
interested enough to make sure Scientology got home to him.

With what we know now, there is no student we enroll who cannot be properly
trained. As an instructor, one should be very alert to slow progress and should turn the
sluggards inside out personally. No system will do it, only you or me with our sleeves
rolled up can crack the back of bad studenting and we can only do it on an individual
student, never on a whole class only. He’s slow = something is awful wrong. Take fast
action to correct it. Don’t wait until next week. By then he’s got other messes stuck to him.
If you can’t graduate them with their good sense appealed to and wisdom shining,
graduate them in such a state of shock they’ll have nightmares if they contemplate
squirreling. Then experience will gradually bring about Three in them and they’ll know
better than to chase butterflies when they should be auditing.

When somebody enrolls, consider he or she has joined up for the duration of the
universe—never permit an “open-minded” approach. If they’re going to quit, let them
quit fast. If they enrolled, they’re aboard; and if they’re aboard, they’re here on the same
terms as the rest of us—win or die in the attempt. Never let them be half-minded about
being Scientologists. The finest organizations in history have been tough, dedicated
organizations. Not one namby-pamby bunch of panty-waist dilettantes have ever made
anything. It’s a tough universe. The social veneer makes it seem mild. But only the tigers
survive—and even they have a hard time. We’ll survive because we are tough and are
dedicated. When we do instruct somebody properly, he becomes more and more tiger.
When we instruct half-mindedly and are afraid to offend, scared to enforce, we don’t
make students into good Scientologists and that lets everybody down. When Mrs.
Pattycake comes to us to be taught, turn that wandering doubt in her eye into a fixed,


dedicated glare and she’ll win and we’ll all win. Humor her and we all die a little. The
proper instruction attitude is, “You’re here so you’re a Scientologist. Now we’re going
to make you into an expert auditor no matter what happens. We’d rather have you dead
than incapable.”

Fit that into the economics of the situation and lack of adequate time and you see
the cross we have to bear.

But we won’t have to bear it forever. The bigger we get, the more economics and
time we will have to do our job. And the only things which can prevent us from getting
that big fast are areas in from One to Ten. Keep those in mind and we’ll be able to grow.
Fast. And as we grow, our shackles will be less and less. Failing to keep One to Ten will
make us grow less.

So the ogre which might eat us up is not the government or the High Priests. It’s our
possible failure to retain and practice our technology.

An Instructor or Supervisor or Executive must challenge with ferocity instances of
“unworkability.” They must uncover what did happen, what was run and what was done
or not done.

If you have One and Two, you can only acquire Three for all by making sure of all
the rest.

We’re not playing some minor game in Scientology. It isn’t cute or something to do
for lack of something better.

The whole agonized future of this planet, every Man, Woman and Child on it, and
your own destiny for the next endless trillions of years depend on what you do here and
now with and in Scientology.

This is a deadly serious activity. And if we miss getting out of the trap now, we may
never again have another chance.

Remember, this is our first chance to do so in all the endless trillions of years of the
past. Don’t muff it now because it seems unpleasant or unsocial to do Seven. Eight. Nine
and Ten.

Do them and we’ll win.

L. RON HUBBARD
Founder
LRH:jw.rr.nt.ka.mes.rd.bk.gm
Copyright © 1965, 1970, 1973, 1980
by L. Ron Hubbard
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

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HUBBARD COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE
Saint Hill Manor, East, Sussex


HCO POLICY LETTER OF 17 JUNE 1970RA


Remimeo REISSUED 30 AUGUST 1980
Applies to as part of KSW Series
all SHs and RE-REVISED 27 APRIL 1981
Academies
HGCs (Re-revised to update High Crime #3)
Franchises

Keeping Scientology Working Series 5

URGENT AND IMPORTANT

TECHNICAL DEGRADES

(This PL and HCO PL Feb 7, 1965
must be made part of every study
pack as the first items and must
be listed on checksheets.)


Any checksheet in use or in stock which carries on it any degrading statement must be
destroyed and issued without qualifying statements.

Example: Level 0 to IV Checksheets SH carry “A. Background Material - This section is
included as an historical background, but has much interest and value to the student. Most of the
processes are no longer used, having been replaced by more modern technology. The student is
only required to read this material and ensure he leaves no misunderstood.” This heading covers
such vital things as TRs, Op Pro by Dup! The statement is a falsehood.

These checksheets were not approved by myself, all the material of the Academy and SH
courses IS in use.

Such actions as this gave us “Quickie Grades,” ARC Broke the field and downgraded the
Academy and SH Courses.

A condition of TREASON or cancellation of certificates or dismissal and a full investigation
of the background of any person found guilty, will be activated in the case of anyone
committing the following HIGH CRIMES.

1.
Abbreviating an official Course in Dianetics and Scientology so as to lose the full
theory processes and effectiveness of the subjects.
2.
Adding comments to checksheets or instructions labeling any material “background”
or “not used now” or “old” or any similar action which will result in the
student not knowing, using and applying the data in which he is being trained.
3.
Employing after 1 Sept 70 any checksheet for any course not written by myself or
authorized by the Authority, Verification and Correction Unit International and
accepted by the Board of Directors.
Checksheets for Dept 17 Courses have their own approval lines as issued in HCO
PL 2 Jan 80R Rev. 31 Dec 80 DEPARTMENT 17 COURSE CHECKSHEETS
APPROVAL LINE.


4.
Failing to strike from any checksheet remaining in use meanwhile any such
comments as “historical,” “background,” “not used,” “old,” etc. or VERBALLY
STATING IT TO STUDENTS.
5.
Permitting a pc to attest to more than one grade at a time on the pc’s own determinism
without hint or evaluation.
6.
Running only one process for a lower grade between 0 to IV, where the grade EP has
not been attained.
7.
Failing to use all processes for a level where the EP has not been attained.
8.
Boasting as to speed of delivery in a session, such as “I put in Grade Zero in 3
minutes.” Etc.
9.
Shortening time of application of auditing for financial or labor saving considerations.
10.
Acting in any way calculated to lose the technology of Dianetics and Scientology to
use or impede its use or shorten its materials or its application.
REASON: The effort to get students through courses and get pcs processed in orgs was
considered best handled by reducing materials or deleting processes from grades. The pressure
exerted to speed up student completion’s and auditing completion’s was mistakenly answered
by just not delivering.

The correct way to speed up a student’s progress is by using 2 way comm and applying the
study materials to students.

The best way to really handle pcs is to ensure they make each level fully before going on
to the next and repairing them when they do not.

The puzzle of the decline of the entire Scientology network in the late 60s is entirely
answered by the actions taken to shorten time in study and in processing by deleting materials
and actions.

Reinstituting full use and delivery of Dianetics and Scientology is the answer to any
recovery.

The product of an org is well taught students and thoroughly audited pcs. When the product
vanishes, so does the org. The orgs must survive for the sake of this planet.

L. RON HUBBARD
FOUNDER
Revised by CS-4/5
Approved by

L. RON HUBBARD
FOUNDER
Accepted by the

BDCSC:LRH:SK:JE:nt:rd:lf:dr:bk BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Copyright © 1970, 1980, 1981 of the
by L. Ron Hubbard CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED of CALIFORNIA

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O.T. COURSE - SECTION TWO
24th April, 1967

(Note: These instructions are additional to those contained in the Clearing Course
Instruction Booklet. All the rules for running and Admin. Instructions contained in that
Booklet apply equally to the running of O.T. Section II materials. Read and study the
Booklet again as well as these instructions and know them before doing any auditing.)

INSTRUCTIONS

There are 10 complete whole track tables.

But only 1 of each kind of GPM in each table. This is a complete “Run” or set (1
of each kind).

The sets belong to different entities. One finds the earliest set and runs it with care
to stay in that set. Then one finds the next earliest set and so on for ten sets. Just as in
running the CC GPMs.

The Electrical is the earliest in the run (set).

WHOLE TRACK TABLE
Set One

ELECTRICAL GPM
TOCKY GPM
BIG BEING GPM
HOUSE GPM
PSYCHO GPM
BANKY GPM
FORERUNNER GPM


* THE ARROW
* DOUBLE ROD
* WOMAN
* WHITE BLACK SPHERE
* HOT COLD
* LAUGHTER - CALM
*
DANCE MOB
BASIC-BASIC GPM
BASIC GPM
THE COMMAND GPM
LOWER LP GPM
LP GPM
BODY GPM
LOWER BANK
Same for 10 sets.


* NOTE: There is no line plot for THE ARROW, DOUBLE ROD, WOMAN,
WHITE BLACK SPHERE, HOT COLD, LAUGHTER-CALM, and DANCE MOB.
You will be issued a brief description of each of these in your materials. They should be
run when you come to them.
When ALL AVAILABLE charge is off the Whole Track Table GPMS, the student
has completed Section II of the O.T. Course.

You must NOT :

1. Run any bomb incidents.
2. Tamper with any “past lives”.
3. Work around with the question of identity.
4. Scout or fool around with your case.
5. Look for or handle pictures.
6. Look for or try to plot “new GPMs”.
7. Do any dating.
Just run the materials given. Do a List 7, but no “assists” on self or any solo auditing
other than given in the materials or List 7 amended. To do any of the above seven can be
fatal. We can only get you through safely and well if you follow explicit orders.

NEVER PROCEED PAST A NON-READING ITEM. To do so can be very
deadly. Apply the rules for running as given in the Clearing Course booklet to get an item
reading properly. A non-reading item means an error has been made earlier and must be
straightened up. Or something is suppressing or occluding.

Janet Guilford

Tech Sec

Advanced Org

for L. RON HUBBARD
LRH : jz
Copyright © 1967
by L. Ron Hubbard
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

20th April, 1968.

ADDITIONAL DATA RE: DATES ... SECTION II OT COURSE

The dates on the track table of Section II are asserted dates and are part of the
Implant. The actual date is 75 million years ago.

L.RON HUBBARD

FOUNDER
LRH:aap:do

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 * CLEARING COURSE *

 * *

 * INSTRUCTION BOOKLET *

 * *

 ****************************

READ, STUDY AND KNOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE DOING ANY
AUDITING.

CLEARING COURSE INSTRUCTION BOOKLET

MECHANICS OF THE BANK

Anything in the bank that occurs several times will not erase unless it’s the earliest
time it occurred. This is known as the basic on the “chain”. A number of similar things,
early to late in different points of time make a chain.

When you have the earliest erased, the rest erases easily. However, when the earliest
one is erased the next to last is the new “basic” and must be erased in it’s turn. And so on.
As this goes on, the items of the chain eventually begin to “blow” (erase) very easily.

Therefore, if Items cease to erase easily, you have not properly handled the Item just
before it. And may not have handled the same item in the earlier run.

Even if you get reads out of a later run than the one you are supposed to be in, you
will find the later one still reads when you get to it properly and will then erase nicely.

The real sneaker in the R6 bank is “the person himself at the time”. This we call “the
thetan” in the Item. Each Item has an impression of the being as he was at the moment of
the item long ago. If one does not spot this each time, it will not erase and mass builds up
as we go along. This means look at or locate yourself as a thetan at the time of the incident.
It is not the light. It is right where you are in the auditing chair, but of course, ages past.
Spot means “glance at”. q = Greek letter theta. qn is a trick way of saying theta-n. If, as
you read this, you can glance at the wall, you can spot. It reads well.

One then has to get the earliest moment of one’s own beingness in the bank and
“spot” it.

Then one has to spot it for each Item one runs.

One “spots the thetan” and the Item or (in the Objects) the Items, at the same time.
This is a bit of a trick. It is “simultaneous spotting”. Spotting the thetan in a called (verbal)
Item can be done at the same time as the Item is called.

Ordinarily, one calls or spots the Item a few times and then also calls and spots the
thetan.

The thetan can also then be spotted without calling or spotting the item.

The right way is the way you get the most reads.

Soon one begins to be expert at it, but then one must be expert at it with Item 1, Part
1, Run 1 or it builds up.

One had a tiny bit of mass on him right at the start, as he was protesting. This is
(slight as it is) enough to tie down the chain by leaving it with a basic. So “spot the thetan”
each time. Spotting the environment at the time is also possible.


DURATION OF AUDITING


Find a quiet place in which to audit. Audit an hour or two at a time, preferable the
same time each day. A day you don’t audit is a session lost. Trying to make up a session
is useless. Audit daily. When you don’t you lose sessions. It isn’t how much you get done
in a session, it’s the getting on, bit by bit, that counts. It’s like digging a long ditch. What
you don’t dig isn’t dug.

The bank contains less than was first thought but it contains enough. In three or four
months you will have make it if you do a good job on each Item. And don’t fool about with
the bank. It goes into restimulation if you stir it up.

And don’t decide a lot of things. Your ability to postulate is increasing and you can
decide a run is “flat” or doesn’t need to be run and have it behave that way. But it will still
be there to knock you down.

THE CAUSE OF TROUBLE

The only way one can get ill, or in trouble, is not auditing, in trying to “correct” the
Items given, or, in not following instructions.

What doesn’t make Items read properly:

Loud shouting.
Body movement while calling.
Fiddling the one-hand electrode.
Tensing muscles.
Getting angry with the lack of a read.
Gritting teeth.
Auditing past an ARC break.
Doing a List 7 every time you don’t get a read or feel odd.


What makes Items read properly:

Doing regular sessions.

Not self auditing out of session.

Staying calm.

Keeping calm.

Keeping the Auditor’s Code on the pc (you).

Following directions exactly.

Adding nothing.

Finding ARC breaks (when they happen) with a List 7.

 ( List 7 run as an assessment for ARC Break will run easily. Locate and

indicate the by-passed charge as it shows up. If you are not a classed

auditor, get this done in a Qual Division that has a classed auditor

either on or through the Clearing Course. If you really bog down,

Auditing by List 7 will give you the relief sought.)

Auditing in a place you feel secure and where you won’t be disturbed.

Audit daily.

Not auditing too long at one time, 1 to 2 hours is optimum, closer to 1 than

2.
Not trying to get rid of it all at once.
Considering it a routine piece of ditch digging.
Not expecting to fly suddenly.
Not dwelling on your case out of session.
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When you end a session, end it.

Being plodding and methodical.

Just getting on with it, getting all the reads off by calling or spotting, going

on to the next item, if it doesn’t read, get more off last item and return

to the one that wouldn’t read.

Getting in the buttons Supp., Inval., Protest, when needed only.

Checking for earlier or later runs only when in trouble.

Only handle trouble when it arrives.

Don’t try to handle it before it does.

The best way to stay out of trouble is READ, STUDY AND UNDERSTAND
THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE BEGINNING.

BASIC BASIC

The first (earliest) bit in the bank is not an Item but a light.

It appears to the left front of the face, some distance away (look ahead and to the
left a bit and you’ll spot it).

It is the source of unconsciousness and produces it when contacted.

There is a light before each Run, in the middle of each 7’s GPM (every 4 pairs), at
the start of Basic End Words, at the start of Confusion GPM, and at the start of the Objects
and at the end of each type of Item in the Objects (every 8 Items). Each time you feel
groggy, it’s a light doing it. Each major change, then, is preceded by the light. Mark these
in on your platens if they are not there. Flatten each one by spotting it, and it and thetan.

Anaten (unconsciousness) can be spotted away.

It is part of the light. When the light went on, the thetan went anaten. Instead of a
Solo Auditor going anaten in his session, it is only necessary to spot the anaten in the
thetan when running the light.

When you spot a light or object or combination of objects, you should get a read on
the needle. By spotting the same thing again, you get another read. By spotting it again,
you get another read. And so you continue to spot it, time after time, until no more reads
occur by reason of spotting.

You repeat verbal items aloud, getting a read each time you repeat until it has no
more reads. Verbal items are found in the “7’s”. “Basic End Words” and “Confusion
GPM”.

But you silently spot lights, objects, combinations of objects repeatedly (same one)
until you have no more reads.

You should get as many falls, etc. from spotting a light as you do from calling an
Item.

Spotting the thetan follows the same rules. You spot repeatedly until there are no
more reads on the needle by reason of spotting the thetan (self) at that instant and place.

You don’t have to see the light to spot it or see the thetan or see the object or objects.
You only need to spot the place where they are with the idea of what should be there.

Of course, seen at first or not, continued spotting makes it blow.


PATTERN OF THE BANK


The apparent pattern of the bank is as follows:


There are five PARTS. These occur in a row. This row of 5 parts is called a RUN.
The first, earliest, of these is the “7’s”.
The second, just above the “7’s” is the Basic End Words.
The third, just above the Basic End Words, is the Confusion GPM.
The fourth, just above the Confusion GPM, is the Objects - hollow.
The fifth, just above the Objects - hollow is the Objects - solid.
After a RUN of A, B, C, D, and E we begin again with the “7’s” for the next RUN.


The parts go as they do in the first RUN. (“7’s”, then Basic End Words, then Confusion
GPM, then the Objects - hollow, then the Objects - solid.)

Therefore, the trick is always to run only the earliest run available and not get into
later runs.

The bank has 10 runs or 50 parts.

None of these use a GPM Line Plot.

They only contain what is given on the platen you are issued.

The proper way to run it all is to get on with it. After 10 runs, you may have to go
from Run 1 to Run 10 all over again anyway, to get any final bits. So your first running
of the whole 10 runs may not be your final run.

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HOW TO USE A PLATEN

Each student must supply himself with foolscap paper.

The platen is then laid aside the foolscap paper and you repeat the number on the
actual foolscap paper. Across the top of the foolscap paper is written the student’s name,
the name of the part being run, the number of the run, and the date.

The reads on the Items are written on the foolscap paper alongside the number of
the Item.

To keep from cramping your reads and have enough paper on all parts, just take
legal (foolscap) size paper and use the items consecutively numbers and go down the page
as far as necessary to record all reads, then leave a space and write the next number. It is
too hard to keep the numbers even on the platen and worksheet.


Number work sheet by page number of platen + consecutive letter.
Page 1 of platen becomes Page 1A + B + C of worksheet.
Label each worksheet well.


In order to save paper bulk, continue down your piece of foolscap paper from
session to session, dating each new session start.



Use both sides of your foolscap paper, but use separate Auditor Reports for each
session, of course.

Any comments that need to be written down must be put on another sheet of paper.
Only the actual reads, including any buttons that are used, and any cognition’s, should be
written on your foolscap paper. Do not write the name of the items, only the pair number
and item number.

Leave some space on your foolscap paper when you complete an item, so that if the
next item does not read, you then have sufficient space to go back and add more in if
necessary to the previous item.

Do not write anything on the platen.

When you return your auditor’s reports and worksheets always use paper clips.
Never use a stapler on this course.

RUNNING ITEMS

Always run the earliest Item first, flatten it and go on to next item. Complete the part.
Go to first Item in next part, etc.

One calls the Item and marks it’s reads until one no longer gets reads. Then one calls
the next Item and marks it’s reads, until it no longer reads. Then one can call the first item
of the pair again and second Item, calling them as a pair until they no longer read. The
reads obtained on an item by calling a pair are put under the appropriate item number. All
the reads for any one item are recorded in the same place on the worksheet regardless of
when the item is called. (Such as calling as a pair or in rerunning). Space should be left
after each item so that reads can be added when calling the pair or in the case of having
to go back and get more charge off an item.

Whenever you move the Tone Arm down mark on your worksheet (BD —) and put
the new T.A. position in the Blank Space, e.g. (B.D. 3.0).

If an item does not read the moment it is called, then you have left the Item just
before it charged. So call the earlier Item again and get the read or reads off it, making sure
you don’t go into a later run. Then call the item that didn’t read the first time and you will
find it instantly reads.

When you leave an item to go back to a previous one, put a / on the item you leave
and a - at the item you go back to. If you go back more than one item, put a / for as many
items as you go back. i.e. if you go back three items, you put /// on the item left and - on
each item gone back over. Each item must be called in turn up to the place where you went
back from.

NOTE: This can easily be overdone (getting all reads off earlier items) as you can put
yourself into later runs, so moderation in this goes a long way.

But never ignore the fact that a new item didn’t read the first time it was called. It
always means you didn’t get all reads off the Item immediately before, or that you failed
to spot the thetan at the moment. NEVER go past a non-reading item.

When running Clearing Course material, you find you get a certain amount of reads
on an Item (correct ‘run’ type reads are Fs, LFs, sBDs, BDs) then the following Item in
the same session will get approximately the same amount of reads - if not and you get only
a few reads, then go back to the previous Item that read well and you will find there is more
charge on it. After that the next Item will read with approximately the same number of

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reads as the previous one.

One doesn’t muck about with concepts or other maunderings. The Item is the Item
and cognition’s do or don’t appear. The Item is the thing and calling it is what makes it
read.

If the Items go on reading don’t try to suppress them. Items read big and many times.
You may get as many as 25 or more large reads on every Item. The main thing is to clear
(get all the charge off) each Item for the run you are in. Be sure to keep in the correct run.
Remember, if you get bored with so many reads to take the boredom off as a button. You
can just throw away reads because you get tired of seeing it read. Your purpose is to clean
each Item, not make yourself interested or happy or entertained. A lot of it is just hard,
slogging work. If you clean them up as you go, all will be well.

You can sometimes erase an Item and have it then read as a lock or a lock Item. Test
it for a lock if it reads too long.

If you find you are getting small reads, i.e. ticks, small falls, check to see if there
is any charge left on the previous item, and check to see if you are in the correct run. Falls
and blowdowns are expected on each Item, not just small reads. Don’t go on calling the
item if you are getting small reads. Find the outness and correct it. Keep Auditor’s Reports
for each session.

Don’t try to run the same Item out of all runs at one time. Just proceed from bottom
up, run by run, in order, Item by Item, part by part. Take care to stay in the correct run.

It is now a proved fact that none of the Basic Bank will erase on a preclear until all
the lower grades are properly established on a preclear and then the Basic Bank
confronted in it’s exactness, item by item in sequence and in it’s exact relationship to the
rest of the Bank.

Know then that (1) there is no haphazard blowing of Bank

(2) no item blows out of context
(3) there are no prior holes blown in the Bank for anyone, no matter
what the nature of any prior auditing might have been, until the
item has actually been run.
PAIN Pain (pn) occurs only when you left something charged behind you.
(earlier).
SICKNESS Sickness is part of the somatic. It runs out.
FLATTEN Flatten every Item thoroughly.
ERASURE You are not seeking Release from the bank at this level. You are erasing.
Therefore “the bank has blown” is nonsense - one has blown from the
bank, so get back in it and run it. Total erasure is the aim.
NO READ No read on a new item is always followed by long falls and blowdowns.
Never by-pass an Item just because it didn’t read. Sure passport to upset
is to leave Items alive and go on or to skip an Item because it didn’t read.
They all will read.
RERUN If you start getting pain or sickness, you got into a later run or you bypassed
some charge and must rerun the earlier area you just did. Something
is still alive. If in doubt, re-run the lot from the start of the part. Erase
thoroughly. But if it is a later run, get back into the correct one.


NEGLECT
If you run upwards getting no reads at all on several Items and still go on,
you will become quite upset. Do not go past non-reading items. Find out
what is wrong immediately and remedy it.

BY-PASSED CHARGE: Use L7 on yourself if you don’t quickly find reasons for pain
or upset.

READS
Write down, using the code, every read you get after the Item that it
occurred on. Write “no” for Item that didn’t read at first read, even when
it then reads.
Example: “ No LFsBDFFFsBD”.

RELEASE
You’ll go Release a lot of times. Ignore it. We are erasing in R6. Release
can be ignored because the R6 bank is vanishing. Not true of Lower
Grades.

TA UP
The TA goes up between sessions. IT cleans up and goes down on
beginning rudiments or on the first couple of Items or both.

REPEATER TECHNIQUE: The Items are flattened by repeater technique. Just repeat
them until they no longer read. Get your own reaction off. Repeat again.
Repeat to no read. Beware of session Suppress and Invalidate.

PART B
Is nouns. Be careful of first one because it is used in the sense of a noun.
Don’t run it otherwise than as a pure noun.

READS
It is not unusual for an Item not to read at first call. Read the one just before
it again. Try the Item once more. If still no read, call several just before it.
Then call it again. It will read. Items read many times in most cases. Don’t
leave anything reading behind you. Sometimes you will find a pair you
just left are still very alive. Flatten them. Mark ALL reads or lack of them.

WOODEN FACE: A wooden feeling in the face is caused by pulling later items that are
also pulled in out of arrangement. If you pull in from later bank (runs) X
and Y you will not get a wooden feeling in your face. But if you pull them
in Y X you will.

CODE ( USED IN NOTING READS )

F = 1” to 2” fall (needle left to right motion)
LF = long fall 2” or more
sF = small fall 1/2 to 1”
ht = heat experienced
pn = pain
som = somatic
sen = sensation
corr = correct
supp = suppress
inval = invalidate
no rd = no read
sBD = small blowdown of TA. .2 div. or .1 (right to left motion) (needle

sticks over to right — TA does not necessarily have to be moved.)
BD = 1/4 division blow down of TA or more (right to left motion) (TA has

to be moved)
Div = division of tone arm
TA = tone arm of meter, scale of
anaten = analytical attenuation (going unconscious)


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PARTS D& E

THE OBJECTS -HOLLOW AND SOLID
These parts are silent.
There are no words in them, only objects.
They run in a pattern.
The position of the objects relative to the thetan are:


The Objects appear about an arm’s length away.
On coming in or going away, the location is the same.
For 1 Object, it appears a few feet in front of one’s face.
For 2 Objects, they appear to right and left of one at same height as the front one.
For 3 Objects, they appear combined as 1 and 2 Objects positions (in front face and


to right and left).


For 4 Objects, they appear as the 3 plus one behind the head about the same distance
back as the one in front is.
They move.
Learn to perceive the number given all in the same instant, doing the action of going


away or coming in. Spot the thetan at the same moment.

Seek to perceive the object or objects, don’t call them. Perceive them as going away
or as coming in, as given.

If the mass stacks up, you are missing spotting the thetan. Go back and spot it.
(yourself at the time). It is an easy run. If you grind at it too hard you will get into the same
run repeating as a later run.

If you have pain, you have missed a read. Or you went into a later run. If you have
severe pains, you’ve gotten into a later run.

If your eyes burn, you have invalidated something.


MISTAKES AND ILLNESS


About the only thing that can make you ill on the Clearing Course is your own error,
losing your place on the plot, skipping or re-running.

Between sessions, little can happen you cannot repair.

But, at the start of a session, you may pick up, in error, something you have already
run, or skip and pick up late. (i.e. you have done 133, you start at 129 the next session.
More seriously, you have not done 141 to 144, but begin the next session at 145.)

If you skip 4 items and do a light, you will surely become ill. By illness is meant,
“colds”, “flu”, “dysentery”, etc.

To prevent becoming ill, be very careful of your place, very careful to pick up where
you left off, very careful not to skip. And you will do very well.

If you do become physically ill, down in bed, it is almost certain you missed items
and did a skip.

And further, you must have been PTS at the time (connected to an SP).

No Clearing Course auditing may take place during pregnancy.

If pregnancy occurs, send your folder to the Clearing Course Supervisor who will
keep it until after the birth of the baby.

L. RON HUBBARD
LRH: je : jd : td : al
Copyright (c) 1967
By L. Ron Hubbard
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

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ADVANCED COURSES GENERAL ISSUE


To:
SECTION II O.T.
Course Students
20 April 1967
Revised 15 August 71
CONFIDENTIAL
THE STATE OF CLEAR

What happens on the Clearing Course is that the individual himself becomes clear
on the first dynamic. He himself becomes clear. He has separated out - cleared out and
away from certain other complexities. It does not mean that he is without bank. But he
will find that his recognition of the first dynamic has improved enormously.

The state of clear is terrific. We have waited on this state for a very long time. When
an individual goes clear, he goes over a bump. He goes high as clear and he would
probably remain clear till the end of time unless something else keyed in.

So a clear, having moved and separated out from the material, must then get all
available charge off the Section II O.T. materials.

These must be run properly, using the same technical rules as on the Clearing
Course. They must not be skimped. Good tech calmly applied is the keynote of this.

You are now moving along the road from clear to O.T. By the end of Section III,
you will be very much in the realm of O.T. but only if you do these lower levels of O.T.
properly. You have a lot of auditing hours to log up before O.T., but the end result will
be worth every second of it. And it is probably closer than you think if you audit regularly
each day and do the job well.

Flag Adv. Courses Supervisor
for
Training and Services Aide
for

L. RON HUBBARD
FOUNDER
LRH:BW:BC:dz:ip


ADVANCED COURSES
GENERAL ISSUE


To: All Clearing
and O.T. Course I M P O R T A N T 19 September 1967
students

FLOATING NEEDLES

Students are reminded that they must always note on there worksheet F/N and T.A.
position when a floating needle occurs. This is an essential part of your admin. and it must
be done.

TONY DUNLEAVY
A/Chief Supervisor of Advanced Courses

ADVANCED COURSES
G E N E R A L I S S U E


To:
O.T. COURSE STUDENTS
Section I and II 16 October 1967

FLOATING NEEDLES

No great significance should be placed on floating needled on the O.T. Course.
Advanced Courses General Issue of 19 September 1967 reminds you to note down when
a floating (free) needle occurs, and you should do this. It is a part of standard admin at
all levels.

This does not, however, alter any tech of the O.T. Course.

JANET GUILFORD

T/Chief Supervisor of Advanced Courses

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HCO BULLETIN OF 30 SEPTEMBER 1981


AOs ONLY
OT II COURSE
ONLY
CONFIDENTIAL

GLOSSARY OF TERMS FOR THE
SECTION II OT COURSE


GLOSSARY OF TERMS FOR THE SECTION II OT COURSE

These definitions are for the OT II Course student in order to ensure he has a clear
understanding of these terms without having to get into Class VI auditor materials, which could
be a skipped gradient for him.

GPM ( GOALS PROBLEM MASS ) :

1.
If you took two fire hoses and pointed them at each other, their streams would
not reach each other’s nozzles, but would splatter against one another in midair.
If this splatter were to hang there, it would be a ball of messed up water. Call
hose A the force the pc has used to execute his goal. Call hose B the force other
dynamics have used to oppose that goal. Where these two forces have perpetually
met, a mental mass is created. This is the picture of any problem—force
opposing force with resultant mass, Where the pc’s goal meets constant
opposition, you have in the reactive mind the resultant mass caused by the two
forces— GOAL = force of getting it done, OPPOSITION = force opposing it
getting done. This is the goal problem mass.
2.
The problem created by two or more opposing ideas which being opposed,
balanced, and unresolved, make a mass. It’s a mental energy mass.
IMPLANT GPM : ( IMPLANT GOALS PROBLEM MASS ) :

An Implant GPM is a GPM made up of goals (and their opposing forces) which
are not the pc’s own but which have been “implanted” in him.

An implant is an electronic means of overwhelming a thetan with a significance.

An implanted goal is : a goal the thetan himself has not decided upon - but which
has been induced in him by overwhelming force and persuasion.

In the case of implanted Goals Problem Masses, use was made of the mechanics
of the actual pattern of living to impress and entrap a thetan and enforce
obedience to behaviour patterns. The goal selected was not entirely based on
any goal of the thetan but was an entirely arbitrary selection both as to goal and
pattern, by those conducting the implanting.

TERMINAL (also refered to as TERM ) :

1.
It would be any fixed mass utilized in a communication system. That, I

think, is the best of the various definitions that have come out for this. Any mass
used in a fixed position in any communications system. Thus you see a man
would be a terminal, but a post could also be a terminal.

2.
An item or identity the pc has actually been sometime in the past (or present) is
called a terminal. It is “the pc’s own valence” at that time. In the goals problem
mass (the black masses of the reactive mind) those identities which, when
contacted, produce pain, tell us at once that they are terminals. The person could
feel pain only as himself (thetan plus body) and therefore identities he has been
produce pain when its mental residues (black masses) are recontacted in
processing.
OPPOSITION TERMINAL (also referred to as OPPTERM) :

1.
An item or identity the pc has actually opposed ( fought, been an enemy of )
sometime in the past ( or present ) is called an opposition terminal. As the person
identified himself as not it, he could experience from it only sensation. An
opposition terminal when its mental residues ( black masses ) are recontacted in
processing, produces only sensation, never pain.
Electrically, a terminal is one of the two poles between or through which current
flows.

We got the idea of two different types of terminals in GPMs, because that’s the
way they are. One, the pc thinks of as his own or himself. The other he thinks
of as an opposition. Hence, we use “terminal” to mean what the pc thinks is his
idea and mass in the GPM, and we use “opposition terminal”, or “oppterm” for
short, to mean the mass and significance he thinks of as the enemy to the one he
is in.

Both the “terminal” and the “oppterm” in the GPM have mass and significance
and have the appearance of receiving and giving communication and so they are
called terminals.

ITEM :

1.
In GPMs, what we now also call items were first called terminals because they
interacted with each other electrically. They were always in pairs.
When one is speaking of either a Terminal or Opposition Terminal and isn’t
being specific as to which it is ( Term or Oppterm ) one says ITEM.

PAIR :

1.
A set of two; two that go together.
DICHOTOMY :

1.
A dichotomy in Scientologese means plus and minus. A plus word and a minus
word. They are of the same order of things always. A crude example would be
“An Apple” and “Applelessness”. That’s a pair, a dichotomy.
Plus and minus interchange a current as you will find on any battery. So we don’t

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want active-passive. (For example, the active such as “Man” and the passive
such as “Woman”.) We want the bold PLUS and MINUS, the opposites. The
nature of things is a major idea. Each major idea has two parts: a PLUS and a
MINUS. These are opposed to each other. They interchange current. The
conflict. What is generally agreed to be the unwanted or poor side is minus.
What is generally conceived to be all right is plus.

For example, in a modern society we would have the major idea that an
individual has an ecconomic status. Wealth is the PLUS and Poverty is the
MINUS.

So a DICHOTOMY means to two parts of a major idea.

2. Opposites : two things which when interplayed cause action.
LINE PLOT :

1. Each GPM has a Line Plot.
A Line Plot is the pattern of items for every GPM. For example, each full goal,
like To Grab Books, would have a Line Plot with items like “Grabbing Books”
or just “Grabbed Books”, etc.

END WORD :

An End Word is the final word of a goal. It is always a noun or a condition made
into a noun.

For example, with a goal such as “To Grab Books”, Books is the end word.

Each end word, however, has many verb or action words related to it, thus
making up a series of goals. End words are called end words because they come
on the end of each of a series of goals.

It is the end word that is the common denominator to the whole of a GPM.

WHOLE TRACK :

1.
The Whole Track is the moment to moment record of a person’s existence in this
universe in pictures and impression form.
CHAIN :

1.
A series of recordings of similar experiences. A chain has Engrams, Secondaries
and locks.
2.
Incidents of similar nature strung out in time.
3.
A series of incidents of similar nature or subject matter.
ENTITIES :


The basic definition of “entity” as contained in standard dictionaries is :

Something that has a real and separate existence either actually or in the mind;
a being or existence which is considered distinct and self contained.

There are various types of entities described in the full works on Dianetics and
Scientology.

For example, a cell is a living animal all by itself.

There is the Genetic Entity (“GE”) which is the entity which carries foreward
from the earliest formation of the MEST body.

There can be injected entities or sythetic entities. Some of these are ridges on
which facsimilies are planted. Each one of those things can be a thinking entity.
It thinks it is alive. It can think it’s a being, as long as energy is fed to it.

These follow all the rules and laws and phenomena of single beings.

The full subject of entities is not taken up in this glossary. However, for an
understanding of the data on entities as contain in Dianetic and Scientology
materials, one must first have a good understanding of the basic definitions
given above.

References in Dianetic and Scientology materials for further data on entities
include :

HCOB 30 JUL 80, THE NATURE OF A BEING

DIANETICS,
THE MODERN SCIENCE OF MENTAL HEALTH,
Book Two, Chapter IV.

THE HISTORY OF MAN, Chapters Two, Five and Ten.

SET ( also “RUN” ) :

 1.
On OT II a “set” or “run” refers to one complete set of 21 GPMs, which are also
refered to as a Whole Track Table.
PART :

1.
The term “part” refers to the individual GPMs which, in their written form, are
called Chapters. Where the chapter is split up into two or more separate sections,
each of these would also be refered to as a part.
L. RON HUBBARD
FOUNDER
Assisted by
Snr C/S Int Assistant

Accepted by the

BCDS:LRH:NP:kjm BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Copyright © 1981 of the
by L. Ron Hubbard CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED OF CALIFORNIA

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HUBBARD COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE
Saint Hill Manor, East Grinstead, Sussex


HCO BULLETIN OF 24 SEPTEMBER 1978R
ISSUE IV
REVISED 2 OCTOBER 1980


CONFIDENTIAL
Distribution
Limited to Org
C/Ses who are
Clear or above
and AOs

(This Bulletin has been revised to restate the most accurate
definition of the State of Clear as given originally in
Book One, Chapter II of “Dianetics: The Modern Science
of Mental Health”; to clarify and emphasize the Clear
cognition; to update the bulletin in regard to the mandatory
use of Dianetic Clear Special Intensive for verification
and rehabilitation of the State when a person has gone
Clear before doing the Clearing Course, and to give the
data on programming of a Dianetic Clear for further
auditing.)

( Revisions in Script )
( Ellipses indicate Deletions )


CONFIDENTIAL
THE STATE OF CLEAR


(Ref: HCOB 24 Sep 78R, Iss III DIANETIC CLEAR
HCOB 25 Jun 70RB, Iss II C/S Series 12 RB
HCOB 2 May 79, Iss I , DIANETIC CLEAR SPECIAL


 INTENSIVE

HCOB 2 May 79, Iss II, DIANETIC CLEAR SPECIAL
INTENSIVE ASSESSMENT
LIST. )

IMPORTANT NOTE: The distribution of this confidential HCOB is limited to AOs and
C/Ses in Saint Hills and Class IV Orgs who are Clear or above, with the following
stipulations:

1.
A C/S, Clear or above, in an AO, Saint Hill or Class IV Org is held full responsible
for maintaining the security of this confidential HCOB and the material it contains.
2.
The HCOB is to be kept securely under lock and key as Confidential Advance
Course Material.
3.
The confidential data herein is not to be divulged, verbally or otherwise to anyone
. . . . it is also not to be copied or reproduced.
4.
Feeding the Clear cognition to any individual, or violation of any of the above, is
a Comm-Evable offense.
If a mission or Field Auditor believes one of their pcs to have gone Clear, they will


send the pc and his folders to their closest org which has a C/S who is Clear, for a full
Dianetic Clear Special Intensive.

The following definition of Clear is non-confidential and may be ( and has been )
used in promo or other publications given Issue Authority for release.

DEFINITION OF A CLEAR:
A BEING WHO IS UNREPRESSED
AND SELF DETERMINED.

CONFIDENTIAL DATA

A Clear has lost or erased the matter, energy, space and time connected to the thing
called MIND. He has been cleared of the MASS, PICTURES, etc. in the bank or mind. It
is a negative gain.

CLEAR COGNITION: CLEAR OCCURS WHEN ONE STOPS MOCKING UP
BANK, OR REALIZES THAT HE IS MOCKING IT UP OR HAS BEEN MOCKING
IT UP. THAT IS THE CLEAR COGNITION: THE REALIZATION THAT HE IS OR
HAS BEEN MOCKING UP THE MASS AND PICTURES, ETC., THAT MAKE UP
THE BANK.

When the person arrives at this realization he can then, of course, cease mocking
up bank.

A Clear has perhaps not entirely lost the automaticity of mocking up mass. But at
least he knows he’s putting it there and practice increases his general reality.

The person who has actually gone Clear will express the Clear Cognition, or some
version of it, upon going Clear or at some point on the Dianetic Clear Special Intensive.
He must have expressed this in some way for the C/S to know he has in fact gone Clear
and before being permitted to attest.

The State of Clear . . . can be achieved prior to doing the Clearing Course. It can
occur on Dianetic auditing, especially New Era Dianetics. Sometimes it has occurred on
Goals Processing, and even on Objective Processes.

It is not, however, attained by feeding people cognition’s. Clears are made through
auditing.

Non- Confidential
Verifying and Declaring the State of Clear


When the individual, before doing the Clearing Course, thinks he is or might be
Clear, or when he has read on a correction list ( such as a C/S 53, Green Form, etc. ) as
having gone Clear, he must be given the Dianetic Clear Special Intensive to verify the
State and rehabilitate it , if valid.

When the steps of the Dianetic Clear Special Intensive have been thoroughly done
to full End Phenomena and a full resurgence of the State, the person may be sent to attest
to the State of Clear. ( Ref: HCOB 2 May 79, Iss I, DIANETIC CLEAR SPECIAL
INTENSIVE. )

The state of Clear must be acknowledged and declared when it has been validly
attained and verified.

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Programming The Dianetic Clear For Further Auditing

A Dianetic Clear must not be run on engrams, R3RA or any version of R3R or
Dianetics.

A Dianetic Clear does the Purification Rundown and the Survival Rundown if he
has not had these. He is given the Scientology Drug Rundown ( unless he has already
completed a full NED Drug Rundown or other Dianetic Drug Rundown ). He is run on
Expanded ARC Straightwire and Expanded Grades 0 - IV to full ability gained for each
Grade not previously standardly declared. (NOTE: He would not be run on the R3RA
section of the Service Fac handling on Grade IV, however. )

He can be given Touch Assists or Contact Assists ( as can Clears and OTs ) but not
a Dianetic Auditing Assist nor any Dianetic Auditing.

When each Grade has been handled to Ability Gained, the next step is the Solo
Auditor Course at a Saint Hill or an Advanced Org.

A Dianetic Clear is not run on Power, R6EW or the Clearing Course, but, upon
completion of the Solo Auditor Course, goes directly onto OT 1.

This HCOB is issued to Org C/Ses who are themselves Clear or above as the Clear
cognition cannot be issued broadly and must not be fed to a pc, which is a Comm-Evable
offense. Clears are made through auditing, not by feeding EPs or cognition’s to pcs. This
is important as someone who has not made Clear will not make it on OT levels.

Org C/Ses who are Clear or above, however, will need to be able to recognize the
State of Clear when it occurs on Dianetics or otherwise, to ensure (using the steps of the
Dianetic Clear Special Intensive ) that the State . . . is real and to declare any such pc . .
. Clear when the State has been truly attained.

Once declared, the person’s pc folders must be clearly marked “DIANETIC
CLEAR”, for security and for purposes of further programming.

The individual is then issued the Standard Clear Certificate by Certs and Awards,
which states simply that he has attained the State of Clear. This Standard Certificate bears
no qualifying statement of the State.

Once the person has attested to Clear he may then be C/Sed for further auditing, per
the programming data above.

I am entrusting Clear C/Ses with the responsibility of ensuring that the Confidential
data herein is kept secure, so that each and every individual may honestly make it to Clear
and go OT.

L. RON HUBBARD
FOUNDER
LRH:kjm:cmp
Copyright © 1978, 1980
by L. Ron Hubbard
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


HUBBARD COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE
Saint Hill Manor, East Grinstead, Sussex


Remimeo
All Staff HCO BULLETIN OF 30 JULY 1980
Tech / Qual

THE NATURE OF A BEING

When one is associating with or attempting to guide or handle a person, it is
necessary to know something of the nature of a being.

If a being were a single unit, separated from all other beings, conditions and current
influences, the task of understanding him would be relatively simple and philosophers
would have had it all worked out long before Dianetics and Scientology.

A single unit being responds to the most elementary and simple rules and laws you
will find in Dianetics and Scientology. Affinity, Reality, Communication and Understanding;
the time track; mental image pictures; the earlier incident holding the later in
place; responses to Matter, Energy, Space, Time, Form as well as force; and the axloms.
On this you can rest assured. And one might even wonder why we need all the additional
bulletins and cautions and provisions and lectures.

The fact of the matter is that when one addresses a person, a human being “in the
flesh” one is not addressing a simple being.

Possibly an example will illustrate this: I had just finished giving a Congress and a
staff member had made some appointments for me to see people who wanted to talk to
me. And, in a conference room, I was suddenly confronted by a woman who was
demonstrably and actively insane. She was incoherent, she was being “pursued”, she was
utterly agitated. Well, I was not then and never was in the business of treating the insane.
Yet here was a situation which had to be handled if only to maintain social calm. In those
days there were many techniques for exteriorizing people and so I used one of them,
putting her back of her head. Promptly she went sane, calmly reviewed her problem with
her husband, sensibly made up her mind what she was going to do to properly resolve the
matter, thanked me and departed. For a brief time she had temporarily become a single
unit being.

I have not given the example as a lesson in what to do in such cases for
exteriorization techniques are not reliable. But only to illustrate the complexity of people.

What you see as a human being, a person, is not a single unit being.

In the first place, there is the matter of valence. A person can be himself or he can
be under the belief that he is another person or thing entirely. This removes him a step from
being a simple being.

Then there is the matter of being in a body. A body is a very complex contrivance,
quite remarkable, quite complicated. And it is also quite subject to its own distortions.

There are also the entities (as discussed in “Dianetics, The Modern Science of

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Mental Health”, pages 84-90, and also “The History Of Man”, pages 13-14, 43, 7577).
These follow all the rules and laws and phenomena of single beings.

And then there is the matter of influences of other people around this human being.

From a single, simple being there is a progressive complication setting in as one
adds all these other factors.

The single, simple being, without any further associations can be out of valence
even miles away from other contacts.

It is the aggregate of all these factors which you address when you seek to guide or
handle the usual human being.

This is also why objective processes are so effective - they get many of these factors
all going in the same direction for once.

None of this is to say that it is impossible to handle all this. Far from it. But it does
tell one why all the additional precautions (like don’t overrun, like careful session
procedures) are there in all those materials.

But mainly it tells you that full recoveries seldom happen last and that cases require
an awful lot of work and often for a very long time.

And like the woman at the Congress, one sometimes gets a sudden near-magical
result. The trouble with that one was that she soon went back into her head and became
again a composite, even though she now did have a sane plan of action to follow.

Results, if you follow the rules and laws carefully and with good heart, can be
obtained. And you, knowing your business, can obtain them.

But don’t become discouraged if it all doesn’t happen fast and if it takes a long time.
When you are handling a human being, you are handling a composite.

We did not construct the human mind or human body. We did not put the universe
there to involve, oppress or complicate life. We are working with the end product of an
awful lot of trials and tribulations.

If we were working with single beings, it would be a nothing to do. We are not. We
are working with a complexity and we can do an awful lot, far more than anyone could
do before us. And our work with life has effects and influences far beyond our auditing
tables. It took vast, vast numbers of years and eons for life to get that involved and
complicated. Be glad that it doesn’t take even a tiny fraction of that to dig it out and smooth
it out with Dianetics and Scientology.

L. RON HUBBARD
FOUNDER
LRH: dm: kjm
Copyright © 1980
by L. Ron Hubbard
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


HUBBARD COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE
Saint Hill Manor, East, Sussex


HCO BULLETIN OF 5 DECEMBER 1979


Remimeo
AOs ONLY
Solo Auditor (Cancels and replaces BTB 1.2.1971
Course IV Rev. & Reiss. 2.7.74 as BTB THE
COMM CYCLE IN SOLO AUDITING.)

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE COMM CYCLE IN REGULAR
AUDITING AND CYCLES OF ACTION IN SOLO AUDITING

References:
HCOB 26 Apr 71 I TRs AND COGNITION’S
HCOB 26 Apr 71 II SOLO COGNITION’S
HCOB 30 Apr 71 AUDITING COMM CYCLE

There is a difference between regular auditing (where the auditor and pc are two separate
persons), and Solo auditing. One does not have to be skilled in Auditor’s TRs 0-IV in order to
be a good Solo auditor . A Solo auditor’s skills are covered in HCOB 26 Apr 71 II, SOLO
COGNITION’S. TRs 0-IV and the Auditing Comm Cycle apply to regular auditing where the
auditor and pc are two separate people. The idea that a Solo auditor would have to mock himself
up as “the auditor” and mock himself up as “the pc” is erroneous. Nor does the Solo auditor have
to try to be two different. people, nor does Solo auditing consists of “talking to oneself”.

In order to understand Solo auditing better, read and demonstrate each of the following
definitions until you understand each of them:

Auditing Comm Cycle: “This is the auditing comm cycle that is always in use: 1) is the pc ready
to receive the command? (appearance, presence); 2) auditor gives command/question to pc
(cause, distance, effect), 3) pc looks to bank for answer (itsa maker line, 4) pc receives answer
from bank, 5) pc gives answer to auditor (cause, distance, effect), 6) auditor acknowledges pc,
7) auditor sees that pc received ack (attention), 8) new cycle beginning with (1)” (HCOB 30 Apr
71 AUDITING COMM CYCLE)

Auditing Cycle: The basic of auditing is an auditing cycle which operates as an attention director.
Call it restimulator if you want, but it’s an attention director, eliciting a response from the pc to
as-is that area and who knows he has done so when he receives from the practitioner an
acknowledgment that it has occurred. That i~ the auditing cycle. “ (SH Spec 189, 6209C18) 2.
“There are basically two communication cycles between the auditor and the pc that make up the
auditing cycle. They are cause, distance, effect with the auditor at cause and the pc at effect, and
cause, distance, effect, with the pc at cause and the auditor at effect . These are completely distinct
one from the other. “ (HCOB 23 May 71R IV, Rev . 4 .12 . 74 Basic Auditing Series 4R
COMMUNICATION CYCLES WITHIN THE AUDITING CYCLE )

Communication Cycle: 1. “A cycle of communication and two-way communication are actually
two different things. A cycle of communication is not a two-way communication in its entirety.
In a cycle of communication we have Joe as the originator of a communication addressed to Bill.
We find Bill receiving it and then Bill originating an answer or acknowledgment back to Joe and
thus ends the cycle.” (DIANETICS 55! page 82) . “A communication cycle consists of just cause,
distance, effect with intention, attention, duplication and understanding. “ (HCOB 23 May 71R
IV, Rev. 4 .12.74 Basic Auditing Series 4R COMMUNICATION CYCLES WITHIN THE
AUDITING CYCLE.

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Cycle of Action: l. “The sequence that an action goes through, where in the action is started, is
continued for as long as is required and then is completed as planned.” (Scientology Abridged
Dictionary )

(The definitions above are taken from the Technical Dictionary.)

In Solo auditing the Auditing Question or Auditing Command is provided in the materials.
The Solo auditor has to ensure that he understands the Auditing Question or Auditing Command,
gets the answer to the question or carries out the command, and recognizes that he has done so
and completes that cycle. Solo auditing mainly consists of carrying out cycles of action. This is
easy to do as these are given in the materials, and it consists of doing what the materials say to
do.

VERBALIZATION

The Solo auditor does not verbalize questions or commands in solo auditing. It is done on
a thought or intention level. There is a solo auditing action in which the Solo auditor calls items
verbally, but otherwise solo auditing is not verbalized.

METER ERROR

In Solo auditing the meter, worksheets and materials must be arranged so that the solo
auditor can read the meter at the same time as he reads the question or item in the materials. This
is because the question or item will read on the meter when the solo auditor reads the question or
item in the materials. One should not ignore the meter read when first reading the question or item
in the materials. This is especially true when checking reads on Ruds, or doing a BPC Assessment,
as the read might not repeat. The initial read when the question or item is first read and understood
by the Solo auditor is taken. This is because the read occurs when the Solo auditor thinks the
question or concept of the item.

Another meter error could occur if the Solo auditor didn’t understand the question or item.
You could get a reaction because the question or item was misunderstood. And if the question or
item is misunderstood, then you wouldn’t be able to audit it. Therefore it is very important that
the Solo auditor knows to clear the meanings of words in auditing commands and items.

SOLO DRILLS

The Solo Drills are designed to familiarize the Solo auditor with the tools of Solo auditing,
and to become skilled so that when the time comes to start Solo auditing, he can put his full
attention on the auditing and thus be fully in session.

L. RON HUBBARD
FOUNDER
As assisted by
Snr C/S Int

LRH:DM:dr
Copyright © 1979
by L. Ron Hubbard
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


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OT COURSE SECTION TWO

PLEASE NOTE THE SEQUENCE OF THESE NON-LINE
PLOT INCIDENTS AS GIVEN ON THE O.T. COURSE SECTION
TWO 24th April 1967 INSTRUCTION BOOKLET


O.T. COURSE - PART ONE
1 November 1966
The following do not have a Line Plot. They are implant incidents, and should be located
and plotted on your Track Table. The dates given are sample dates and represent the approximate
time period only. Run the basic of each, getting your own reaction to it.

THE ARROW Tr 30,026

This consists of two Targets with an arrow pointing into each, counter poised. The
front target is white and the rear one is black.


The Targets with the arrows appear for 1/10th of a second, during which time it tilts
one way and then the other. It’s terribly fast, so one made a picture to see afterwards what it
was. Get the speed it idi this. Get your own reaction to it. It’s just a sudden appearance and
disappearance. It wobbled in and wobbled out.

WOMAN Tr 25,980

A “Woman figure” appeared before one. Nothing happened. It just appeared and
remained a few hours. It sort of “got in one’s face”.

WHITE BLACK SPHERE Tr 25,090

This is a sphere on a pole. The sphere and pole are Black in front. White in back. It’s
based on the idea that a thetan “can’t think two thoughts at once”. It does not reverse.

HOT -COLD Tr 20,095

This is a pole with a split in it. The back split is hot, the front one is cold. Two
temperatures. Duration is 1 1/8th seconds.

LAUGHTER -CALM Tr 19,670

This takes place in a cave. It is 7 1/8ths of a second in duration. It has screams of
laughter, very wild, and calm. Calm = frozen numbness.

It is a pole with a split in it. Laughter comes from the rear half and calm from the
front half simultaneously. Then they reverse. It gives one a sensation of total disagreement.
The trick is to conceive of both at the same time. This tends to knock one out.

DANCE MOB Tr 18,992

The duration is 7/8ths of a second. There is a pole that pulls one in. One is caught on
the pole. The actual incident is in connecting with this thing and trying to get off it.

The dancing comes after the actual incident, and consists of a mob dancing around
one, chanting various things (a text). In running this, get the phrases that are chanted.


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O.T. COURSE PART ONE B
ADDITIONAL DATA
“DOUBLE ROD”
This was found at Tr 25,355; Tr 28,670 and finally found and run at Tr 28,865.

DURATION:
1/2 second - corrected to 1/8 second.

INCIDENT:
Consists of a long shiny black rod moving in from left to right.
Then somehow it is like two rods, or one rod with a split in the
middle, the left one being white and revolving forward, the right
one being black and revolving backward. Then they both disappear
forward and upward.

EXPERIENCE:
There is a tremendous feeling of EXCITEMENT attached to
this incident.

It has a sort of feeling attached to it as if one was being as if it was being squashed
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR RUNNING LOWER L.P. GPM

Place the cut out card over a sheet of paper and attach it with paper clips.

Copy the exact wording that appears on the mimeo’d sheet onto a card, thus making
it a replica of the mimeo’d sheet. The mimeo’d sheet is not thereafter used.

Write the first adjective given (No. 1 at the bottom of the left column of the list of
adjectives) on the sheet through the slot for item 1 on the lower half of the cut out. Run
that Item, recording reads on another worksheet.

When the Item is flat, write the same adjective in the slot for Item 2, and run it,
recording reads on a separate worksheet. Continue on working on up the GPM, flattening
all eight Items for that adjective.

Then take the next adjective, No.2 and write it in and run each Item, using the top
half of the page. When complete, turn the worksheet over underneath the cut out card,
and run the next two adjectives.

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Place the cut out card over a sheet of paper and attach it with paper clips.
Write on the platten the exact wording that is written on the filled in platten.
Write on each of the 18 slits of paper, showing through the plattens, thename of

the End Word you are working on.

I you have room you can put your reads under the End Word, but if you find you
are getting more reads than you have the space for, then put your reads onto another
worksheet, carefully heading your sheet with the GPM your are doing, the number of
the End Words you are working on, your name and the date.

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HUBBARD COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE
Saint Hill Manor, East Grinstead, Sussex


HCO POLICY LETTER OF 6 SEPTEMBER 1972
Issue V
Revised 13 March 1984


AO’s only
OT III Students
Tech Sed AO’s
D’s of T AO’s OT 3 COURSE
Adv Cses i/c
Adv Cse Super CONFIDENTIAL

The materials contained on this checksheet include all the necessary data to audit yourself
through Section III OT. The checksheet is divided into two sections:

(1) Study of Section III data
and
(2) Auditing on OT III
Upon completion of the study section, the student is routed to the advance course D of P
for the auditing portion.

PREREQUISITES: OT II Completion.

STUDENTS NAME_______________________ DATE STARTED _____________

ORGANIZATION_________________________ DATE COMPLETED __________

Sequence: Study the materials in checksheet order, once through star-rate as marked. Do
not go past a word you do noy fully understand. Use a dictionary for Scn terms, plus
HCOB 23 Aug 65 “Abbreviations and symbols of Dn & Scn”.

Product: The products of this course are: (a) A student who understands and can audit
OT III. (b) a pre-OT who has attained the E.P. of OT III.

OT III CHECKSHEET
STUDY SECTION


PART 1 SECTION III DATA

* 1.
HCOPL 8 Jan 81 Advanced courses Regulations and Security _______
* 2.
LRH Handwritten “Data” _______
* 3.
HCOB 5 Feb 70 Secret- Definitions Section 3 _______
* 4.
HCOB 4 May ‘68 Confidential, character of Body Thetans _______
*
5. Clay demo the following:
A) A large body _______
B) Add a Thetan to it _______
C) Add a Body Thetan to it _______
D) Add a cluster to it _______
* 6.
LRH Handwritten - Incident II, 2nd note 28 Oct. ‘68 _______
* 7.
Demo: Diagram the different sequences of Inc II. _______
* 8.
LRH Handwritten 1st note “Inc I” * _______

* 9. HCOB 5 Feb ‘70 Secret- The basic of BTs
_______
* 10. HCOB 14 Sep ‘78 Dn Forbidden on Clears and OTs _______
* 11.
HCOB 10 Dec ‘78 Dianetics deleted from OT III materials _______
PART 2 SECTION III, RUNNING OF

* 1.
LRH Handwritten Revised 12 Aug ‘69 “Instructions”: _______
* 2.
With your demo kit show the following: _______
*
a) How a BT or a Cluster is located _______
*
b) What is run after a BT is located _______
*
c) What to do if the BT doesn’t blow off
or the cluster break up and blow _______
*
d) What occurs when a BT or Cluster blows _______
*
e) How a Cluster becomes one _______
* 3.
LRH Handwritten additional “Notes on running” _______
4. HCOB 4 May ‘68 Dianetic course Stuck Pictures _______
*
5. Using your demo kit, show your twin what buttons
can be used, why, and when to use them _______
* 6.
HCOB 9 Jul ‘71 CONFIDENTIAL SECTION III running _______
*
7. Make up some worksheets and show what one should
be marking on them as he runs OT 3 _______
* 8.
LRH Handwritte 3rd note 28 Oct ‘68 “Running Incident 2” _______
9. HCOB 20 May ‘68 OVERT MOTIVATOR SEQUENCE _______
* 10.
HCOB 4 May ‘68 CONFIDENTIAL CROSS AUDITING _______
* 11.
HCOB 2 Oct ‘68 OT III _______
* 12.
Demo: Cross auditing and it’s results _______
* 13.
Demo: How one turns off a Freewheel _______
* 14.
HCOB 4 May ‘68 CONFIDENTIAL Overrun on OT 3 _______
* 15.
HCOB 12 Apr ‘70 SECRET RUNNING OT 3 _______
*
16. Demo: The 3 reasons a Pre OT might have trouble whilst
running BTs on Inc 2 and the handling of each:
a) Wrong area _______
b) Not the volcano of the BT being run _______
c) It is not an Inc 2 but another Incident of a
different date
_______

* 17.
HCOB 13 Oct ‘69 SECRET OT III errors _______
* 18.
HCOB 10 Dec ‘78 Addition to OT 3 pack _______
*
19. Demo: The three reasons a BT run on Inc 1
fails to blow:
a) Auditor is trying to run a Cluster with Inc 1 _______
b) There is some earlier Inc on the same BT _______
c) Another BT is copying the Inc 1 just run _______
* 20.
HCOB 25 Oct ‘69 CUMULATIVE CLUSTERS _______
*
21. Demo: Draw a diagram showing a cumulative cluster, how
the thing was formed and what holds it together _______
* 22.
HCOB 16 Aug ‘83 SECRET OT III CASE SUPERVISION _______
*
23. Demo: With a demo kit, demonstrate each error and
remedy listed _______
*
24. Demo: Demonstrate each of the following:
a) BT critical and it’s handling _______
b) BT antagonistic and handling _______
c) BT sad and it’s handling _______
d) No TA and handling _______
e) Soaring TA and handling _______
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f) Auditor tired and handling _______
g) Auditor dope off and handling _______
h) Auditor no interest and handling _______

*
25. HCOB 18 Sep ‘69 CONFIDENTIAL Dianetic auditing
and OT 3 _______
* 26.
HCOB 8 Jun ‘70 SECRET _______
* 27.
Demo: The cause of low TA _______
*
28. LRH Handwritten 20 Apr ‘68
“Important note Section 3: 3 Completion” _______
* 29.
HCOB 20 Oct ‘70 CONFIDENTIAL EP’s _______
* 30.
Clay Demo: The EP of OT 3 _______
* 31.
HCOB 4 Jul ‘79 Handling correction lists on OTs _______
* 32.
HCOB 22 Dec ‘79 Flying ruds at OT 3 and above _______
*
33. Demo: How and why you fly ruds using the
Technique described in the above issue _______
* 34.
Drill: Flying ruds on a doll _______
I attest that I have completed all the requirements of this checksheet and that I know
and can apply the materials to Solo Audit OT III.

STUDENT_______________________________________DATE _______________

I attest that this student knows and can apply the materials of this checksheet and
has no misunderstoods on what he has studied.

SUPERVISOR____________________________________DATE _______________

This student has completed all the requirements of the OT study section.
STUDENT EXAMINER____________________________DATE _______________

AUDITING SECTION

You are now ready to report to the Adv Crse D of P to receive the OT 3 Platens,
which you will starrate before running.

* 1. LRH Handwritten OT Section 3 “List of Volcanoes”
* 2. LRH Handwritten “Incident 2” (exact sequence)
* 3. LRH Handwritten “Incident 1” (exact sequence)
Before beginning, your ruds may be flown by an Adv Crse Review auditor.
You will be under the direct supervision of the Adv Crse C/S and D of P while you
are auditing yourself on OT 3.
Good Luck!
Student hs completed the above requirements and may attest to OT 3 completion.

ADV CRSE C/S___________________________________DATE _______________


HUBBARD COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE
Saint Hill Manor, East Grinstead, Sussex


HCO POLICY LETTER OF 8 JANUARY 1981


Remimeo
AOs and (CANCELS BPL 12 Aug 1971R ADVANCE
AOSHs COURSES REGULATIONS, ADVANCE
Only COURSE SECURITY and BPL 23 Jan
Ethics 1969R ADVANCE COURSES SECURITY,
Qual as these issues have been updated and
Adv Courses consolidated into this
Personnel HCO Policy Letter. )
Adv Courses
Students

ADVANCE COURSE REGULATIONS AND SECURITY

The Technology of the Advance Courses is a very precise one. There is no room for any
arbitraries to enter in, and due to the confidential nature of the material avery firm ethics code
is needed in the area. There is no other source of data than in the materials themselves. The
following regulations have proven successful over many years and are now very strict policy.

1. No off-line advice may be sought in cases of students on the Advanced Courses.
2. Any “unusual solution” sought or question asked must be answered only by referring to
relevant Advanced Course materials and standard word clearing tech by the supervisors.
3. Examination of states of case must be done by Qual Examiner and the student’s complete
folder must be submitted to such an Examiner at the time of examination for his inspection.
4. Any person examining for attained states of case must have been checked out on all
technical materials of the Advanced Courses.
5. Any Examiner examining states of case in Qual must be on OT III or above.
6. All Advanced Course personnel must be on OT III or above.
7. No person may be admitted on the Advanced Courses who has a bad Ethics history or
a this lifetime suppressive order or a criminal record without a special Board of Investigation
convened by the HCO Area Sec.
8. No person with a record of using R6EW or Clearing Course materials suppressively may
be admitted on the OT Courses.
9. Persons who have been grossly insecure in their handling of R6EW or Clearing Course
materials or anyone making them available illegally to another may not be admitted on the OT
Course regardless of the action taken at the time.
10. Students folders are to be C/Sed after each session. The student goes to the Examiner
after each session.
11. After the student has gone to the Examiner, he takes his folder to Solo Tech Reception.
12. When an Advance Courses student wishes to communicate to the Case Supervisor about
his case or his auditing, he must do so either in writing via his folder or as an origination given
to the Examiner on the meter.
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13. If the student needs to clarify a C/S’s instructions or has nay questions or uncertainty
about his auditing tech he should always write it up and send it to the course supervisor along
with his folder and the course supervisor will go over it with him giving any needed references
or drilling.
14. No alcohol may be consumed within 24 hours before session and students must not
consume or have administered to them any drugs, antibiotics, aspirin, barbituates, opiates,
sedatives, hypnotics or stimulants without written OK from the Course Supervisor and C/S.
The only exeption would be a medical emergency, and the C/S must be informed without delay.
15. Auditing must be done daily unless the C/S has instructed a break be taken due to a big
win. AO 1 forms of daily progress must be filled in and handed in at the place designated in
the Solo Tech Reception area.
16. Advance Course students are not to discuss their cases with ANYONE except, (1) the
Case Supervisor (and then only by written comm put into the auditing folder), (2) the Examiner
by way of a metered origination, (3) a review auditor in session or (4) the Solo Case Consultant.
17. Students who are in case trouble or who have ceased to audit on Advance Courses shall
be sent to the Solo Case Consultant or to review.
18. Advance Courses students session admin must be legible. If it is not it will be
considered a No Report.
19. Advance Courses students should not leave town until given permission to do so in
writing by the Case Supervisor.
20. A student who does not qualify as a fast flow student per HCO PL 25 Sep 79
SUCCESSFUL TRAINING LINE UP, and therefore takes an examination on the materials of
the course in Qual, may not take his examination paper or answer sheet out of the Qual area
designated for confidential exams. After marking, the exam is handed back to the student for
reference but it must always be promptly returned by the student after reviewing it as to any
errors made. It is the Examiners responsibility to see this is done.
21. NO UNAUTHORIZED COPIES OF UPPER LEVEL MATERIALS ARE TO BE
MADE.
This means NO notes, NO photocopies, NO “little simplifications”, NO little codes to
keep handy. None of the materials are to be in any way copied, not even partially or in alterised
form. They must not be tape recorded. Any student possessing “notes” or “study aids”
on any Advance Courses issues or films, flash cards, copies of commands, or any such copies
must immediately destroy them completely.

22. Any written references given the student by the Cramming Officer while on a cramming
cycle must be handed in to the Cramming Officer ta the end of each cramming period.
23. THE ADVANCE COURSES MATERIALS MUST NOT BE WRITTEN ON OR
CHANGED IN ANY WAY AT ALL.
Violation of points 21, 22 and 23 above will bring about a severe Ethics action, which could
include debarment from future Advance Courses ( though not limited to this ).

L. RON HUBBARD
FOUNDER
LRH:kjm
Copyright © 1981
by L. Ron Hubbard
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HCO BULLETIN OF 5 FEBRUARY 1970


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Section III Pack
ISSUE II

SECRET

DEFINITIONS, SECT, III

For the purpose of clarity, by BODY THETAN is meant a thetan who is stuck to
another thetan or body but is not in control.

A THETAN is, of course, a Scientology word using thr Greek “Theta” which was
the Greek symbol for thought or life.

An individual being such as a man is a thetan, he is not a body and he does not think
because he has no brain.

A CLUSTER is a group of body thetans crushed or held together by some mutual
bad experience.

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FOUNDER
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CHARACTER OF BODY THETANS

Body thetans are just thetans. When you get rid of one he goes off and possibly
squares around, picks up a body or admires daisies. He is in fact a sort of cleared being.
He cannot fail to eventually, if not at once, regain many abilities. Many have been asleep
for the last 75 million years.

A body thetan responds to any process any thetan responds to.

Some body thetans are suppressive. A suppressive is Out of Valence in R6. He is
IN valence in Inc I almost always.

One can’t run a human being on these two incidents since human beings are
composites and would not be able to run the lot. Aside from that non-clears are away
below an awareness required to even find these incidents.

Huge amounts of charge have already been removed from the case and the body
thetans by Clearing and OT 1 and OT 2 to say nothing of engrams and lower grades.

Awareness is proportional to the charge removed from the case.

All though a human being is a composite being there is only one I ( that is you ) who
runs things.

Body thetans just hold one back.

You will continue to be you. You, inside, can of course separate out body thetans
and so solo auditing is the answer.

How good do you have to be to run body thetans off ? Well, if you didn’t skimp your
grades, clearing and OT 2 particularly, you should be able to command body thetans
easily.

L. RON HUBBARD
FOUNDER
LRH: lw
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HCO BULLETIN OF 5 FEBRUARY 1970R


AOs REVISED 16 AUGUST 1983
Class VIIIs
Solo OT III
Course
Solo C/Ses
(Revised to delete references to running R3R on
an OT, per HCOB 12 Sep 78, DIANETICS
FORBIDDEN ON CLEARS AND OTS.)
( Revisions in Script )
SECRET
THE BASIC ON BTs

I’ve isolated a way a thetan comes to be stuck to another thetan. This gives the basis
of clusters and having BTs.

The cycle is this : A thetan collides with another. That one makes a picture of being
collided with. Other BTs get stuck to the picture.

The moment of actual contact of thetans was brief but the picture ( containing a stop
or withdraw ) tends to be permanent.

Thetans then get the idea they can be permanently stuck as they see pictures of it
happening.

Thus we get the concept of a “black theta body”. This would be actual BTs stuck
to a thetan plus pictures of BTs stuck to a thetan.

An answer to all this is to find the first picture a thetan made of contacting another
thetan.

If not at once available the earliest instance of a thetan contacting ( colliding,
running into, attacking ) another thetan could be acheived by Date/Locating times when
one was being suddenly hit with clusters, or strange pains. ( Ref: HCOB 15 Nov 78,
DATING AND LOCATING. )

The idea is to find and blow the first picture one made of another thetan.

This opens another way to “blow off” BTs — Date /Locate on a BT the first picture
the BT ever made of another thetan.

LRH: kjm L. RON HUBBARD
Copyright © 1970, 1983
by L. Ron Hubbard
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HCO BULLETIN OF 14 SEPTEMBER 1978


AOs - OT III

 Only
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Adv. Crse Review

 Auditors Crse
OT III Course C O N F I D E N T I A L

DIANETICS FORBIDDEN ON CLEARS AND OTS

New Era Dianetics or any Dianetics is NOT to be run on Clears or above or on Dianetic
Clears.

This applies even when they say they can see some pictures.

Anyone who has purchased NED auditing who is Clear or above must be routed to an
AO or Flag to receive the special NED Rundown for OTs. Thcy are NOT to be run on regular
New Era Dianetics.

Any one who is Clear but not OT III is to get through OT III immediately so he can
receive this special Rundown. He had better be pushed through to OT III fast because he is
at risk.

Tho EP of this Rundown is: CAUSE OVER LIFE.

No Dianetics means no Dianetic Assists, no Secondary running, no Engram running, no
Narrative nunning.

The reason you don’t run Clears and above on any form of Dianetics is because they
have erased the bank and have no pictures.

If you try to run NED or any Dianetics on a Clear or above (or a Dianetic Clear) you are
simply running BT’s picture. If you ask a pre-OT to run a Dianetic chain he will give you a
BTs incident and that’s whose chain will be run. The pre-OT ends up stirring up BTs and
clusters and misowning their chains, as they are not the pre-OTs chains.

If there are any Clears or OTs who are R/Sing they are not R/Sers. It’s an entirely
different handling. It’s OTIII. There’s a BT who is R/Sing and the handling of this is included
in the New Era Dianetic Rundown for OTs.

(Note: If a pre-OT staff member is R/Sing and dramatizing the R/Ses and has therefore
been put on an RPF, he is required to receive full handling per thc special NED Rundown for
OTs before graduating that RPF.)

Full data on these subjects is included in issues on the special NED Rundown for OTs.

LRH: nc L. RON HUBBARD
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by L. Ron Hubbard
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HCO BULLETIN OF 7 NOVEMBER 1978
REVISED 10 DECEMBER 1978


AOs - OT III
Only
Solo C/S Courses CONFIDENTIAL
Adv. Crs Review
Auditors Course Urgent Important
OT III Course

DIANETICS DELETED FROM OT III MATERIALS

(Ref: HCOB 14 Sept 1978, DIANETICS FORBIDDEN ON CLEARS AND OTs.)

PER HCOB 14 Sep 78 Clear Dianetic Clears and OTs are not to be run on any form
of Dianetics.

No Dianetics moans no Dianetic Assists, No R3R or R3RA, no secondary running,
no engram running, no narrative running.

Thus, where Dianetics or R3R action is referred to in the existing OTIII materials,
this handling step is CANCELLED.

One does run BTs through incident Is and IIs, per the materials, one can also Date
and Locate.

The instruction to run ones own incident 2 and Incident I is cancelled, as one cannot
run engrams on a clear or above.

Should a Pre-OT on OT III run into difficulty he cannot sort out who is given a
Review session by an AO Review Auditor .

L. RON HUBBARD
LRH: nc
Copyright © 1978
by L. Ron Hubbard
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

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HCO BULLETIN OF 4 MAY 1968


Remimeo

DIANETIC COURSES

STUCK PICTURES

A picture is stuck because of


(a) An effort to withdraw from it or something in it.
(b) An effort to stop or stop something in it.
(c) A stop-withdraw combination.
(d) An effort to suppress the picture or something in it.
(e) An effort to invalidate the picture or something in it.
(f) A protest against the picture or its content.
(g) An effort to hold on to the picture.
(h) An ARC Break about the picture.
(i) A Present Time Problem about the picture.
(J) An overt picture of which the stuck one is the motivator.
(k) Too late on the chain of similar pictures.
Long before one gets to (k) it should have blown.

One should have had good luck running engrams himself before being very expert
on others.

The above also applies to secondaries.

Engrams which go solid when you try to run them are too late on the chain, really.

If you run too far back you get a preclear into masses he can’t easily handle.

A pc should never be forced into or through engrams. If he has a struggle he should
be running locks.

Reality on engrams increases in ratio to the charge taken off the case.

In handling the above (a) to (k) you use (a) to run through until the needle doesn’t
react, then (b) through. Then (c) through. And so on. One at a time.

Although I say stuck picture, you can use the above on any engram, particularly if
one “hangs up” in some portion.

Good running.

L. RON HUBBARD
LRH:jc:pw:rd FOUNDER
Copyright © 1968
by L. Ron Hubbard
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


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HCO BULLETIN OF 9 JULY, 1971


Class VIII
Adv Course C/S Hat
OT III Pack

CONFIDENTIAL

SECTION III RUNNING

(Replaces HCO 8 24 Sept 1968 of the same name)

Section III is not run with sitting the B/T in the chair, etc.

It is run telephthically marking falls, long falls, etc.

It is not run calling the B/T by his name or saying Go to the beginning of the incident,
etc., or out loud.

Some students try to run engrams like Clearing Course materials or make other
errors.

When OTIII is run, the contents of the incidents are given on the platens are run on
B/Ts. R3R steps are not run. The B/T is “intended” to the Date and through the incidents
as given.

OT III Expanded would now be an OT III after OT VII.

L. RON HUBBARD
FOUNDER
LRH: dz
Copyright © 1971
by L. Ron Hubbard
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HCO BULLETIN OF 20 MAY 1968
CORRECTED & REISSUED 5 MARCH 1974
(Only change is in this type style)


Remimeo

OVERT-MOTIVATOR SEQUENCE

DIANETICS COURSES

LEVEL TWO

SOLO AUDIT

OT SECTIONS

There was an important discovery made in 1952 on the subject of engrams which
did not get included in “Book One”, Dianetics. The Modern Science of Mental Health.

This was the “Overt-Motivator sequence of ENGRAMS”.

AN OVERT, in Dianetics and Scientology, is an aggressive or destructive ACT by
the individual against one or another of the 8 dynamics (self, family, group, Mankind,
animals or plants, MEST, Life or the Infinite).

A MOTIVATOR is an aggressive or destructive act received by the person or one
of the dynamics.

The viewpoint from which the act is viewed resolves whether the act is an overt or
a motivator.

The reason it is called a “Motivator” is because it tends to prompt that one pays it
back—it “motivates” a new overt.

When one has done something bad to someone or something one tends to believe
it must have been “motivated”.

When one has received something bad, he also may tend to feel he must have done
something to deserve it.

The above points are true. The actions and reactions of people on the subject are
often very falsified.

People go about believing they were in an auto accident when in actual fact they
caused one.

Also people may believe they caused an accident when they were only in one.

Some people, on hearing of a death, at once believe they must have killed the person
even though they were far away.


Police in large cities have people turn up and confess to almost every murder as a
routine.

One doesn’t have to be crazy to be subject to the Overt-Motivator sequence. It is not
only used on him continually by others, it also is a basic part of his OWN “case”.

There are two extreme stages of Overt-Motivator phenomena. One is a person who
gives up only motivators (always done to him) and the other is the person who “has done
only overts” (done to others).

In running engrams you will find:

1.
All overt engrams that hang up (won’t audit easily) have also a motivator
engram as the same or different incident.
2.
All motivator engrams that hang up have an overt engram in the same or
different incident.
The two types of engrams then are OVERT Engrams and MOTIVATOR Engrams.
Example of Overt Engram- SHOOTING A DOG.
Example of Motivator Engram—BEING BITTEN BY A DOG.
The rule is that the SUBJECT MATTER MUST BE SIMILAR.
They can be in different points in time.
When you can’t run out (erase) a dog bite engram, why then you find the “shoot dog”
engram.
PSYCHOSOMATIC ILLS OR ABERRATIONS THAT DO NOT RESOLVE BY
RUNNING ONE SIDE, USUALLY RESOLVE BY FINDING AND RUNNING THE
OTHER.

When you can’t erase an engram about shooting a dog, why then there’s a bitten by
dog.
It’s all very simple really. There are always two sides to the coin. If one won’t run,
you try the other.
BASICS
Finding the basic engram on a chain also applys to finding the basic overt or basic
motivator engram.
Engrams then hang up (won’t run out) when

(a) The other type needs to be run and
(b) The one found has earlier engrams on it.
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NON-EXTANT ENGRAMS


An “engram” sometimes didn’t exist. A pc can be trying to run being run over by
a car when he never was.

What needs to be done, when the incident won’t run, is get the pc’s incident of
running over somebody.

It also works in reverse. A pc can be trying to recall an engram of running over
somebody when he was in fact only run over himself and never did run over anyone.

So BOTH engrams can exist and be run or only one side exists and can be run or with
a heavy foul-up on overts and motivators, one side can be non-factual and won’t run
because only the other side exists.

It is easy to visualize this as a matter of flows. An overt of course is an Outflow and
a motivator is an Inflow.

SECONDARIES

It may never have been said that secondaries always sit squarely on incidents of
actual pain and unconsciousness.

Also secondaries can exist on the overt-motivator sequence pattern just as in
engrams.

This is the cause of frozen emotions or “unemotional” people. Also some people
complain they can’t feel anymore.

This works out by overt-motivator sequence. A person in grief over loss (grief is
always loss) who then can’t run it has caused grief and that overt-secondary can be run.

Also a person misemotional over causing grief has been caused grief. It works both
ways with ALL POINTS ON THE TONE SCALE.

The last is a newer discovery and wasn’t known to early Dianeticists.

The Overt-Motivator Engram phenomena did not receive adequate dissemination.
The principle applied to secondaries has not before been released.

It is basically Dianetic Engram running that resolves all cases in the end so one had
better be pretty good at auditing Engrams and Secondaries, Motivator and Overt both.

L. RON HUBBARD
Founder
LRH: jp:nt:cden:jh
Copyright © 1968, 1974
by L. Ron Hubbard
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


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HCO BULLETIN OF 4 MAY 1968


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CROSS AUDITING

When one runs Incident I out of one thetan and then Incident 2 out of another (thinking it
was the first one) one can get a partially run body thetan who won’t blow but who may start to
go on through the whole of R6 automatically (since the basic basic Incident I is not run yet
Incident 2 is.) One can get quite ill doing this as the illness in R6 can turn on.

One can also “feel no wish to audit”. All “no desire to audit” is some large blunder on a
case.

The way you can run Inc I out of one thetan ond Inc II out of anothor is rather easy. One
fails to notice the first one blew on having Inc I run and runs Inc 2 on another.

LRH: lw L. RON HUBBARD
Copyright (c) 1968 Founder
by L. Ron Hubbard
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

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HCO BULLETIN OF 2 OCTOBER 1968
OT I I I
CLASS VIII

OT III

As a matter of data, the only trouble really in a III OT run is running an Inc I on one thetan
and an incident II on another, thinking it was thc first one. A preOT can free wheel into R6 if
you run only an INC 2. You can stop the free wheel at once by running Inc I off the same thetan
you ran the Inc 2 on that started a free wheel.

Free wheel means that the pc goes on automatic continuous run. Inc 2 is R6 75 million years
ago. Inc I is about 4 quadrillion yoars ago. Both, all thetans on this planet and 21 nearby stars have
in common. All thetans in the Universe have Inc. 1. Only those in this Old Confederation have
Inc 2 and R6. All CC and OTII materials are in R6 75 million years ago. These are followed by
36 days worth of motion pictures - god devil, space opera, trains, cars, helicopters, crashes, stage
etc. This R6 is 75 million years ago and this planet and confederation.

If the vokano bit is run as per III directions but the Inc I is not run on same thetan, R6 begins
to run off on automatic, the being can’t sleep for days, the body dies. That’s the way it was
designed.

LRH:nd:sp L. RON HUBBARD
Copyright (c) 1968 FOUNDER
by L. Ron Hubbard
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C O N F I D E N T I A L
Issue II

OVERRUN ON III

The only way you can get a read on “overrun on III” is to have accidentally run Inc
I out and then later “run it out again” on the same thetan or make a similar blunder.

Example: On e flattens Inc I by several passes on a body thetan. This body thetan
for some reason, mostly because Inc II was then not run, does not fly off. Then, not
noticing, one again finds the same thetan and once more seeks to run Incident I. One then
gets, in answer to the question “overrun on III?” a lot of reads and other overrun
phenomena.

The remedy is to find out who was overrun and get the charge off by that action.

One then runs Incident II on that thetan or in any event by getting off the charge of
“overrun”, letting the thetan depart.

Just because one’s meter reads “overrun on III” is no reason to attest. Find out WHO
was. It’s almost always a body thetan.

L. RON HUBBARD
FOUNDER
LRH: lw:de
Copyright (c) 1968
by L. Ron Hubbard
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


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HCO BULLETIN OF 4 MAY 1968


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HCO BULLETIN OF 12 APRIL 1970

SECRET

RUNNING OT III

When running OT III the Solo Auditor handles Body Theteans as he would any other
pc, for the general idea is to run them standardly and not to ARC Break them. He does
not scan through anything in order to find body thetans.

When a Solo Auditor can find no more BTs, he can attest or run a pressure area down
and handle as per his running instructions.

The pre OT could be exterior and the interiorization process can be run in Review
to help him through.

Here are three reasons why a pre OT might have trouble whilst running BTs on
Incident II:

1. It is the wrong area.
2. It is not the volcano of the BT being run.
3. It is not an Incident II but another incident of a different date.
Check 1 and 2 if you are having any difficulty in running Incident II and handle by
locating the correct area or finding the volcano of the BT being run.

If it is not a II simply check for the date and if different, run it.

L. RON HUBBARD
FOUNDER
LRH: dz
Copyright (c) 1970
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HCO BULLETIN OF 13 OCTOBER 1969


OT III ISSUE II
CLASS VIII
Secret
OT III ERRORS

Among OT III errors are:

A BT run on Inc I fails to blow.

There are three reasons:

(a)
Auditor is trying to run a cluster with an Incident 1. The right thing to do is
date and get the character of the incident that made it a cluster and then run
Inc Is on those left when it breaks up. Or get Dn auditing.
(b)
There is an earlier Incident I on the same BT. Find it and run it. The BT has
a chain of them all by himself.
(c)
Another BT is copying the Inc I just run so it looks like it didn’t blow. Failure
to ever run Inc II can also cause a bog.
Routine Dianetic Auditing by a Dianetic HDC who is also on or above OT III using
triple flows and LDN OT III also handles bogged OTIII Pre OTs.

L. RON HUBBARD
FOUNDER
LRH
Copyright (c) 1969
by L. Ron Hubbard
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


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HCOB OF 10 DECEMBER 1978


AOs only
OTIII Pack CONFIDENTIAL

ADDITION TO OTIII PACK

The following is added to the OTIII pack as Pre OTs on Solo OTIII need this data.

EARLIER INCIDENT I

The most common difficulty you get into with a BT that doesn’t blow is there was
an earlier Incident 1, some have several earlier Incident I’s. The question “An earlier
Incident l?” will read if there is. When you get down to the first incident I you are liable
to jump from one BT to another, if you keep asking for an earlier.

EARLIER UNIVERSE

There were several universes earlier than this one. If “earlier incident l?” doesn’t
work, then its “earlier universe?” - the BT recognizes there was an earlier universe - the
BT will spot this and blow. It is unnecessary to run the incident that occurred in the earlier
universe, because it will blow without it.

(caution: There is an implant which miscounts the number of earlier universes,
making it seem there were far more than there were ).

L. RON HUBBARD
FOUNDER
LRH: dm: kjm
Copyright (c) 1978
by L. Ron Hubbard
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Auditors
HCO BULLETIN OF 25 OCTOBER 1969RA
REVISED 20 SEPTEMBER 1978
REVISED 16 AUGUST 1983
( This HCOB has been re-revised to eliminate all
references to R3R or the use of Dianetics, per
HCOB 12 Sep 78, DIANETICS FORBIDDEN
ON CLEARS AND OTS, and to further clarify the
procedure for handling cumulative clusters. )
( Revisions not in italics. )

SECRET

CLUSTER FORMATION

C U M U L A T I V E
( Refererence: HCOB 15 Nov 78 DATING AND LOCATING. )

In doing “a cluster ” one is likely to find it is made up of other earlier clusters.
This is called a “cumulative cluster ”.

A CLUSTER is a group of body thetans crushed or held together by some

mutual bad experience.

A CUMULATIVE CLUSTER is a group of two or more clusters crushed or

held together by some mutual bad experience.

A cumulative cluster looks like this: ( the shapes are for illustration only )

A.
3 clusters impacted together
( driven or wedged tightly together )
by: 1898 - Impact Horse Accident.


B. B.
The type of mutual incident is first established
( in this case, an impact ) . When the 1898
incident is then Date/Located, one cluster ( the
square part ) blows.
(On the meter you get a LF or BD and F/N when
the incident is dated to blow, and a LF or BD and
F/N when located to blow.)

C. The remainder consists of 2 clusters, held together
by an earlier cluster making incident.


D.
Type of earlier mutual incident is established, by
meter read, as Electric shock. When the incident
is Date/Located ( 93 million years ago on Planet X
- or more exact location ) another cluster blows.

E. One cluster, the earliest portion of the cumulative
cluster, now remains.


F.
The type of mutual incident is established as an

implant. This is Date/Located ( 72 Trillion years
ago, in area Y of Planet Z ) and the final cluster
blows.

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Note:In Date/Locating you get an F/N on Dating ( blow ) and an F/N on Locating
(blow ). Each F/Ns.

HANDLING ANY SINGLE BTs
REMAINING FROM A CLUSTER

AA.


Single BTs remaining from a cumulutive cluster.

BB.
You must check by meter read for any BT
remaining from a cluster. If there is one, locate
the BT and handle him to blow with Inc II and
Inc I. The needle will F/N as he blows off.

IMPORTANT NOTE: If one of the incidents you ran on the cumulative cluster
happened to be an Inc II, you would now run Inc I on any remaining BTs to avoid
overrunning Inc II.

CC.
Check to see if another BT remains from the
cluster and if so handle the BT to blow per step
BB above.

When any remaining BTs have been handled to blow, you can check for and handle
copies, as needed.

Clusters or cumulative clusters are handled by finding the type of incident which
made the cluster ( the correct type will read on the meter ); then meter dating to blow and
locating to blow.

Clusters can occur at Inc II and Inc I, so either could be on a cumulative chain.

They can also occur at 1 to 1 1/2 Quadrillion which is the date ( this can be dated
exactly ) of the Clearing Course materials. ( Ref: HCOB 14 August 1983, C.C
IMPLANT. )


Clusters can occur at random dates for different reasons.

The correct procedure for Date/Locating a cluster or cumulative cluster is :

(a)
Find by meter read the type of incident that made it into a cluster.
(b)
Date the point when it became a cluster to blow.
( Ref: HCOB 15 Nov 78, DATING AND LOCATING. )
(c)
Locate the place where it became a cluster to blow.
( Ref: HCOB 15 Nov 78, DATING AND LOCATING. )
(d)
Handle any remaining single BTs to blow.
(e)
Handle copies.
A cumulative cluster is handled by Date/Locating the latest mutual incident first,
then the next earlier mutual incident, and so on down to the basic ( earliest ) mutual
incident for that cluster. (Blows will occur as you go down the cumulative cluster chain,
as shown in the diagrams. ) Then handle any remaining single BTs. Handle copies.

Clusters and cumulative clusters are not difficult to handle provided you follow the
method and steps for handling given above.

With spot on metering and the tech of Date/Locating correctly applied you will have
no problem with it.

Good luck !

L. RON HUBBARD
FOUNDER
LRH: rs: kjm: sk
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HCO BULLETIN OF 26 AUGUST AD 19R
REVISED 16 AUGUST 1983


AOs
Class VIII

 Course
Class VIII C/Ss
Solo C/Ss
Solo OT III

 Course

( This issue has been revised to delete references to the use of
Dianetics on OT III, per HCOB 12 Sep 78, DIANETICS FORBIDDEN
ON CLEARS AND OTS, and to include on the list of
OT III errors Item No. 11 regarding overrun which was formerly
given in a bulletin additional to this one, HCOB 26 Aug 69, Issue
II, “Add OT III C/S”. )

( Revisions not in script )

SECRET

OT III CASE SUPERVISION

I have lately been Case Supervising a number of temporarily “failed” OT III cases
and have them all running well on Solo now.

The errors made are more or less as follows:

1. The Solo auditor cannot audit - has not absorbed his training or at least isn’t
putting it into practice. He/she cannot put ruds in or do other elementary auditing actions.
The remedy is to get the Solo auditor better trained. This may be a matter of cramming
or it may be a matter of the Pre OT retreading his Solo course. If the person then still has
trouble on this level, he would need a thorough retread of his Solo auditor course Part Two.
The best idea by far is to be at least a Class VI auditor. Those who make fastest progress
on III are Class VIIIs, of course.
2. The case has not been well prepared due to earlier quickied or incomplete
Grades or Rundowns. The case is so overcharged that the Solo auditor cannot “front up”
to auditing at OT III. Out of this you get the pathetic case that declares “none on OT III”
and tries to attest. Or the one who runs five or six, says “that’s all” and tries to attest. There
have been cases that took one look at OT III materials, “rabbit”(which is to say run away)
and “attest” hurriedly. The remedy for all these is to (a) get ruds well in and use the
correction lists appropriate to the Solo level they have done, including an LDN, (b) get
the person more training as in 1 above, and (c) get the person through the level standardly,
using Review as needed, to an OT III attest.
These two actions take care of the majority of “difficult” cases on OT III.


These two points have been pretty prevalent, poor auditing and finding none or few
on OT III. So much so that I have found few true completion’s on OT III and an awful lot
of “OT VIs” who were really only “OT II”. All such should be brought in and remedied
as per 1 and 2 above. It is a poor thing to have them stumbling around with a false Grade.
OT III is NOT a fast Grade.

FURTHER III REMEDIES

The common garden varieties used by a Case Supervisor in day to day OT III session
C/Sing - or the troubles an OT II Solo auditor runs into on OT III now and then in sessions
follows:

3. High TA. This comes from not completing the Incidents II and I on Body
Thetans (BTs).
4. The Solo auditor puts too WIDE an attention span on the BT and runs two or
three when he is intending to run only one.
5. A cluster just won’t break up. The remedy is to check for “Cumulative cluster”
or “Mutual incident of another Date”. With a mutual incident of another date, the type of
incident would first be established and the incident then Date/Located per HCOB 15 Nov
78, DATING AND LOCATING. A cumulative cluster would be handled per HCOB 25
Oct 69RA, Rev. 16 Aug 83, SECRET, CLUSTER FORMATION CUMULATIVE, until
the cluster was completely blown. When these actions are done in Review and completed,
the Solo auditor is sent back to Solo to continue with OT III.
There is another action which may be done in Review when a cluster won’t break
up. The Review lists for impacts or incidents that would cause a cluster and handles the
item obtained from the list with Date/Locate. When the Review action is complete, the
Pre OT goes back to Solo auditing OT III.

6. Ruds go out on BTs. This is the usual reason a Solo auditor suddenly feels he
doesn’t want to audit or “needs” a Review. The Solo auditor doesn’t realize, sometimes,
he is dealing with living individuals and roughs them up, putting the ruds out on them. The
remedy of course is to locate BTs who have out ruds, put the ruds in and run Incident I,
at which the BT should leave.
7. A “theta bopping” meter sometimes puzzles a Solo auditor on OT III. This
means a BT is trying to exteriorize and can’t. The remedy is to complete the partially run
Incident II or Incident I or in extreme cases, put the ruds in on the hung up BT.
8. One hand electrode giving a wrong TA read, baffling the Solo auditor with
Floating needles with a “High TA”. The remedy is to have two hand electrodes handy and
trim the trim knob so the 1 hand electrode reads the same as the two hand electrodes to
check the real TA on occasion.
9. A suppressive body thetan sometimes isn’t auditable. The remedy is to run
Grade IV, then Inc. II and Inc. I. If this doesn’t do it, get power run on the SP BT. The
greatest error is to get upset with one of these, put the ruds out, and make him submerge.
In this case, the suppress button is put in or he is prepchecked and then run on Grade IV,
Power, Inc. II and Inc. I. These SP BTs are far less common than is supposed. Solo auditors
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with faults as in paragraphs 1 and 2 above, or who miss other matters blame every
fault on SP BTs. They do however exist.

10. By far and large the corniest error and which has been very prevalent is not
knowing the materials of OT III or the content of Inc II or Inc I. This can get pretty bad.
I’ve seen people running Inc II with the date of I! But the funniest error under not knowing
the materials is reading wild adventures alleged to be Inc II and Inc 1.
Inc I and Inc II are very precise indeed. The remedy is to send the Solo auditor back
to starrate his OT III pack.

11. A BT can be overrun. This fact sometimes causes a Solo auditor to believe OT
III is overrun. If he asks “Is OT III overrun?” he may get a read and a blowdown. This is
actually just one BT or cluster that is overrun. The way such an overrun can occur is
covered in HCOB 4 May 68R, Rev. 16 Aug 83, Issue II, OVERRUN ON III.
The remedy is finding out who was overrun, discovering and indicating the point
of overrun and getting the charge off in that way. The BT or cluster may then just depart.
If not, one then runs Inc I on the BT (or handles the cluster) to a blow. Then one carries
on with OT III.

Running with a discharged meter, with cans not plugged in or with no meter at all

-in short any of the errors you find in auditing can also occur in Solo auditing.
However, the faults or troubles 1 to 11 above cover any and all the errors I have
found specifically applying to OT III.

This Grade, OT III, is a long and very valuable Grade. IT determines whether or not
the Solo auditor will eventually be a real OT.

But the carelessness and casualness with which some Solo auditors often approach
OT III and a Solo auditors willingness to run one BT and say “well the rest don’t bother
me”, is simply an indication of weakness or Treason on the 1st Dynamic.

There is no status value to having “none on III” or in only finding a few or who “blew
them all in Dianetics”. These indicate a Solo auditor who is weak and cannot affect others
and who needs the handlings in 1 and 2 above.

OT III is a vital Grade. One fronts up to it and does it. When he is really done, the
rewards of OT III exceed his wildest dreams.

L. RON HUBBARD
FOUNDER
RTCU:LRH:rw:iw
Copyright ( c ) 1983
by L. Ron Hubbard
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


HUBBARD COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE
Saint Hill Manor, East Grinstead, Sussex


HCO BULLETIN OF 14 SEPTEMBER 1971


OT III Packs
Class VIII’s
Adv. Case C/S

S E C R E T

SOLO C/S SERIES No. 7

RUDS GOING OUT ON BTS

As per HCOB 26 August 1969 “OTIII Case Supervision”, ruds go out on BTS. In this respect
the following scale based on HCOB 23 August 1971 C/S Series No. 1 “Auditors Rights” is of use to
the Solo Auditor:

When the ruds go out on BTs during the session the Solo auditor recognizes the following:

BT critical = W/H from auditor.
BT antagonistic = BPC in session.
No TA = Problem.
BT sad = ARC Brealk
Soaring TA = Overrun or protest; (also more than one


 BT being run in error or it’s a Cluster.)
Auditor tired = No sleep or incomplete Inc 1’s.
Auditor dope off = By-passed FN or not enough sleep
Auditor no interest = Out ruds on BTs.


A solo auditor who isn’t sure what it is but runs into trouble with a BT is smart to end off the
session quickly, write down the full observation and get it to the C/S.

The Solo auditor who knows what he is looking at as per the above scale (and the C/S the C/
S would give), handles it promptly,

BT critical = pull the W/H.
BT antagonistic = BPC = assess proper list (such as L1C) and handle.
No TA = (or case gain) = Problem = locate the problem and handle.
BT sad = ARC Break = locate and handle, itsa earlier itsa.
Soaring TA = O/R or Protest (Also more than one BT being run in error


 or it’s a Cluster) = find which and handle. (Running more

 than the one intended comes from too WlDE an intention.)
Auditor tired = no sleep or incomplete Inc 1’s = check which it is and handle .
Auditor dope off = lack of sleep or BP FN = check on sleep or rehab FN.
Auditor no interest = out ruds on BTs = put in ruds.


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HCO BULLETIN OF 18 SEPTEMBER 1969


OT III Pack
Class VIII

CONFIDENTIAL

DIANETIC AUDITING AND OT III

After a person has been on OT III for awhile and he is audited by a Dianetic Auditor
(who must be a Grade OT II working on OT III or an OT III himself, unless you want to
wreck your Dianetic Auditors and break security), certain phenomena develop:

It will be found that emotions and somatics etc., will assess as ever without
difference on a Health Form. There is no change in this.

However, in running, the chain may be found to consist of incidents which are
connected with OT III Solo auditing as well as events.

Thetans which were not run due to interruptions of Solo III, due to errors by the Solo
auditor and incidents in which the pc received BTs as well as impacts making clusters may
be encountered.

Such auditing can be apparently full of ARC Breaks but only if the Dianetic auditor
departs from the Auditors Code or regular procedure.

The auditing situation may seem to demand changed commands etc., but the only
fallability can occur if the auditor goes non-standard.

For Example:

The pc cognites he is not running his own incident but a body thetan. This requires
only TR 4 as it is only an origin. Acknowledging the fact, the auditor simply goes on.
Evaluation by the Auditor can easily and dangerously occur.

For example, the pc finds he is relaying the auditing commands to the BT. This
would seem to indicate that the auditor changed the wording of R3R to “Have him move
________” or some such alteration. To alter commands is fatal. Soon the pc will find the
Bt is taking the auditing commands directly and and no change of command was needed.

The pc relaying BT comments back to the auditor is only a TR 4 situation unless,
of course, the command was wrong or a clarification is rsquested. Even then the auditor
does not go non-standard. The primary Dianetic Auditor error in running one BT on Inc
1 after another is to use ABCD instead of 1, 2, 3, 4. The last BT blew. The new BT hasn’t
got a date to move to if you just use ABCD. You do 1,2,3,4 on the next BT. You should
realize he is a different pc.

Running a chain of one emotion or somatic you can get lots of BTs who have a part
of that chain. So if one goes down the chain to Inc 1 and blows with an F/N, you may find


the same somatic or emotion on a new BT which will run as in any R3R and again get down
to an Inc 1.

Example: The Solo auditor has not audited for 6 months. He gets a Dianetic session.
Assessed is “A feeling of sadness.” The Dianetic auditor runs a chain consisting of :


1. An interrupted Solo session.
2. An overrun Inc 2.
3. An Inc 1 to blow and F/N.
Now the same item “A feeling of sadness” reads. A chain is run consisting of
1. An interrupted Solo session
2. Where the BT picked up the pc. Blow F/N.
Now the same item reads - “ feeling of sadness “. A chain is run
1. An overrun on Inc 2 BT.
2. The cluster the BT was in. Blow F/N.
Once more “a feeling of sadness” reads. The chain is run
1. An ARC Brk from now getting audited.
2. Inc 2 overrun
3. Inc 1. Blow F/N.
The somatic is checked and the item does not read, only F/Ns.
So that’s all there is to that. Reassess or add to the Health form.
This does not apply to Dianetic preclears. It applys ONLY to Dianetic auditing done
on Solo Auditors who are incomplete or overdue or hungup on OT III.

One word of warning. BTs are sometimes not very bright and perceive poorly. The
Dianetic auditor whose TR 1 is adequate to a regular Dianetic pc but inadequate to
auditing a solo auditor’s BTs on a via can cause a lot of ARC Brk, and upset. The BT
misses or doesn’t hear some of the commands and gets confused if the Dianetic auditor
has a too quiet or poorly pronounced TR 1.

In auditing a former Solo Auditor on Dianetic auditing, the Dianetic Auditor’s TR
1 must be clearly hearable and carefully said.