Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Which One of These is Different?

Q: Which one of these graphics is different from the others?

A: None of them. They're all science fiction.

L. Ron Hubbard, the founder of Scientology, was a prolific science fiction writer. He reportedly said at one point “Writing for a penny a word is ridiculous. If a man really wanted to make a million dollars, the best way would be to start his own religion.” Apparently he took his own advice.

By spending gobs of money (on Scientology courses), Scientologists progress toward their goal of becoming more and more aware of who they actually are - thetans. Advancing through the levels of Scientology supposedly releases one from the matter-energy-space-time universe (called MEST). Ultimately, one can control MEST through the power of the mind, and operate without a body.

In 2008 Wikileaks released a secret 612 page Scientology document which delineates the procedures required to progress through each of the eight levels required to become a fully functional thetan. In the third level, called OT3 (OT stands for Operating Thetan), the student is told the big secret that explains who they are and the universe around them. At this point the student will have spent in the vicinity of $161,000 (costs vary depending on individual experience). The Wikileaks document, which was written by L. Ron Hubbard, and frequently contains his own handwritten notes, reads like a Sci Fi plot. If I'd spent thousands of dollars to hear that I'd been frozen and shipped to earth by an evil dictator named Xenu, I'd be looking for my money back - something that's not going to happen. The following graphic from the document is the first page of L. Ron Hubbard's handwritten explanation for our genesis (found on page 236), followed by a typed out version of his entire explanation. Let the buyer beware.

The head of the Galactic Confederation (76 planets around larger stars visible from here) (founded 95,000,000 yrs ago, very space opera) solved overpopulation (250 billion or so per planet - 178 billion on average) by mass implanting. He caused people to be brought to Teegeeack (Earth) and put an H-bomb on the principal volcanoes (Incident 2) and then the Pacific area ones were taken in boxes to Hawaii and the Atlantic area ones to Las Palmas and there "packaged." His name was Xenu. He used renegades. Various misleading data by means of circuits etc. was placed in the implants. When through with his crime, Loyal Officers (to the people) captured him after six years of battle and put him in an electronic mountain trap where he still is. "They" are gone. The place (Confed.) has since been a desert.

The length and brutality of it all was such that this Confederation never recovered. The implant is calculated to kill (by pneumonia etc.) anyone who attempts to solve it. This liability has been dispensed with by my tech development.

One can FREE WHEEL through the implant and die unless it is approached as precisely outlined. The "free wheel" (auto running on and on) lasts too long, denies sleep etc and one dies. So be careful to do only incidents I & II as given and not plow around and fail to complete one thetan at a time.

In December 67 I knew somebody had to take the plunge. I did and emerged very knocked out but alive. Probably the only one ever to do so in 75,000,000 years. I have all the data now but only that given here is needful.

One's body is a mass of individual thetans stuck to oneself or to the body.

One has to clean them off by running Incident One then Incident Two. It is a long job, requiring care, patience and good auditing.

You are running beings. They respond like any preclear. Some large, some small.

Thetans believed they were one. This is the primary error.

Good luck.

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Fallhiker said...

what is really scary is that there people out there who cannot wrap their heads around the concept of Christianity that it sounds too unbelievable. Yet, they can immerse themselves into this kind of modern Mythology and believe it.

Anonymous said...

I'm not sure if this doesn't make more sense than Dr. Becker's bizzare amalgam of Christianity and evolution (see Monday's post). Not sure what Valpo costs these days, but probably not as much as Scientology. Frankly, neither appeal to me at all--both are psuedo-religious-scientific psychobabble.

By the way, the words one has to type to prove he's not a robot have a "scientology" flavor. What's going on out there, Scott?

Scott Diekmann said...

Maybe if you type in enough of their words you'll turn into an operating thetan!