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Friday, 20 January 2012 03:07

Last week OSA made (their characteristically clumsy) efforts through at least two people to find out what I’m working on since I haven’t published any new articles on Scientology-cult. Shenanigans like that don’t happen unless DM blows up in a meeting, “You f**king assholes don’t even know what anyone is doing! There’s no intell. No prediction. No handling. And then “f**k you Dave!”

I love to reward OSA goons for messing with me. Way to go stupid.

Well, first of all Scientology cult doesn’t need new articles all the time. It is a multiple viewpoint system — an LRH management tech breakthrough designed to enable a manager (you) to understand the real scene by viewing it through multiple eyes (viewpoints).

Marty’s blog is a blog. It is accurate, truthful, has the latest news, published almost daily. Marty’s blog is a guerrilla fighter or maybe it’s the Marines. Scientology-cult is a rowboat or maybe it’s a battleship sitting off the coast sending shells 90 miles inland and right down DM’s chimney pipe. DM can’t stop Scientology-cult. Not even my death would stop this website. I arranged in my will to go on funding Scientology-cult for the next 100 years. Nothing will quench the bright beam of transparency, except unless the CoS ceases to be the suppressive group has become and get back on purpose.

Today Marty posted on Debbie Cook’s endangerment of all those people “under the radar” because she came out halfway. Doesn’t she remember LRH’s caution about the road to truth? It’s the only road you can’t walk down halfway. Debbie is being mobbed by agents for OSA, so all those people privately expressing sympathy with her recent protest letter are getting clobbered by OSA. Duh.

The topic reminds me of LRH's description of the "nice" person who, because he is afraid to get tough, ends up butchering people. In fact, whether one is "nice" or occasionally "tough" is not any pivotal issue. The real target is caring enough about others to deal in truth come what may.

Some people are afraid of what “come what may.” But it’s like the old “Let’s Make a Deal” game show when the person settles for a $5 watch, and then finds out they passed up a million dollar dream home. If you go with truth, “come what may” is your dreams.

Dreams come true if you care enough about others to deal in truth.

Personally I can't think of anything valuable enough to sell one's soul for. (Hint, hint).

Some people sell out their friends due to fears of self-preservation or for other reasons... well, that may be one's freedom of choice, but it is no route to OT.

By the way, I think Miscavige — in addition to being an SP — has a crashing MU on "OT." He thinks of OT purely in MEST terms. If he can force some pet target to be met — like getting a building built — the baby thinks that is OT. He literally cannot conceive of an operating thetan. I'm going to coin a new term for the way Miscavige operates: OM, Operating Meat. Miscavige literally accomplishes everything he does as Meat. He does nothing as a human spirit except kill people. He has never done anything positive that I know of as a being.

On another somewhat random topic (but not really): for ex-Int base staff who sometimes wake up enturbulated because they dream of being trapped again at the Int base, I stumbled upon another way to turn off the nightmare.

The first tip, which is really an ethics/responsibility point I've discussed earlier, was to spot the points in one's history with the CoS when you violated your own integrity. This chain of violations of personal integrity (you knew something was wrong but went along with it anyway) inevitably lead to victimization, entrapment and nightmare soup.

Well, here's a second way to deal with subsequent enturbulation from an earlier connection with intense suppression: consider what the CoS would have been like if it had embraced the positive concepts of Scientology instead of being a bank-dominated mob.  I.e., ARC, 8 dynamics, auditing, the Bridge, etc. In other words, what if the organization had been like you originally thought it should have been when you first started to learn about Scientology?

When I first heard about the Int base, it was called "over the rainbow." I assumed it would be a spectacular and productive locale where Scientology's own concepts were held up as ideals. Instead, living at the Int base was like floating down a river of flaming napalm.

But let me sharpen this pencil. Wouldn't one expect a Scientology organization to have the beingness of... say, how about an auditor?

You know, friendly place where people cared? Where people were terminals for each other? Where anyone who entered would always receive h-e-l-p?

Instead, an org is all about "Did you make your target yesterday? Did you?!? Is your 7RA graph marked? Well, why the f**k not? You're OUT ETHICS! You're assigned every lower condition 900 times. Comm Ev!" It's the showcase of the bank-dominated mob.

Another example: for as long as I've known Scientology, they have had a problem getting staff. Besides the sheer financial burden (primarily created by the Miscavige money vacuum) which forces staff to accept life in the poverty crevasse, organizations run a can't have on training and processing — two of the most valuable commodities in the universe.  Why not run a Day org like this: Work 6 hours and get enhancement for 2 hours. Pay's not great, but you will get up the Bridge. If you want to study at night also, you can. That means someone could work 6 hours and train/audit for 5 hours daily. Why not HELP staff get up the Bridge? Either we believe in our own tech, or we don't.

If someone won't pull their weight, they can leave. Public Divisions could be FULL of staff working 6 hours a day to bring in new people.

How is it possible any org could not have 500 to 1000 staff? I'll tell you how. Run a can't have on training and processing. Force staff to work all day with no enhancement for no money. Forget about moving public up the Bridge; just rip people off. It's the biggest problem Scientologists have — how to get up the Bridge.

What do YOU think should be the character of a Scientology org?

Miscavige gave us his idea: the "Ideal Org" (gong sound) — a horrific and frightening Stepford Scientology where every staff member is a robot submissive to Command Intention with fake affinity, unreality and no communication all focused to get the money, "Hi Bob, I need my quota of money so I can sleep. Will that be credit card or a summons to Ethics?" Meanwhile the living theta of Scientology has been sucked out and swapped for crown moldings, fluted columns, and Styrofoam signs... MEST (matter, energy, space and time). In other words, the life of a Scientology org was swapped for death.

Miscavige didn't like auditors because they didn't wear enough lipstick. So he got rid of the auditors and erected a giant statue of lipstick, straight up and vertical. That’s an "Ideal Org."

Anyway, so the next time you wake up at 4 am, enturbulated because you dreamed you were again trapped at the Int base or a prisoner on the Freewinds or at Flag, or in the RPF, or wherever, conceive of a Scientology org on the other side of the spectrum — where it should have been originally and all along, where MEST only needs to be clean, not glossy. And where staff are there to help people, not steal from them. And where being on staff is rewarding and life affirming on ALL dynamics, instead of a shock treatment.

Only someone who is an SP or PTS would insist that living by Scientology's own philosophic precepts "wouldn't work." Many businesses these days are flourishing by using the very same precepts.

Miscavige’s “Ideal Org” is in it’s entirety a colossal false datum. You can’t think with it, can you? When you can’t think with a datum, it’s false. Spot when you first heard it. Who told you about it (Miscavige). How he looked at the time (like a ugly red-faced human-pug mix). Blow the false datum and then consider what you think a Scientology org should be. No matter how cold the night, it will warm your socks.

Amusingly, if you are a reader of the Harry Potter series, the books describe a curious hooded creature called a Dementor:

"Dementors are among the foulest creatures that walk this earth. They infest the darkest, filthiest places, they glory in decay and despair, they drain peace, hope, and happiness out of the air around them... Get too near a Dementor and every good feeling, every happy memory will be sucked out of you. If it can, the Dementor will feed on you long enough to reduce you to something like itself...soulless and evil. You will be left with nothing but the worst experiences of your life."

Damn! Sounds exactly like the Int base. And that’s why I’m saying the Chairman Miscavige uniform is all wrong. It should be old hooded black Dementor rags!  Those unearthly cold black pupils of Miscavige would finally achieve haute couture fitted out in matching coal black Dementor hood.

In the Potter Series, the only defense against a Dementor is the challenging “Patronus Charm” which summons up a beautiful mockup exuding goodwill and happiness.

Well, if you’ve ever had a run in with Dave “I’m Yo Demento” Miscavige gettin up in your grill, and years later you are still feeling the cold affects invading your dreams...

Imagine a Scientology org as a showcase of the Scientology qualities you approve of. You will never see a nightmare vanish quite as quickly nor as thoroughly.




-2 # Vítek Profant 2012-01-20 05:41
"consider what the CoS would have been like if it had embraced the positive concepts of Scientology instead of being a bank-dominated mob. I.e., ARC, 8 dynamics, auditing, the Bridge, etc. In other words, what if the organization had been like you originally thought it should have been when you first started to learn about Scientology?"

That means trashing the LRH stuff contradicting what you've just listed, like most of the policies, including KSW. I'd really love to see Marty or IFA do exactly that, but that's not going to happen, is it?
# Thoughtful 2012-01-20 08:35
What you are referring to Vitek is the suppressive implementation of policy. The problem is not really the policy itself. KSW basically says, "Don't fix it if it ain't broken." "Auditors" in the Freezone are butchering pcs because of squirrel alterations of tech. There's nothing really wrong with KSW. The problem is in people who lack personal integrity being robots to a suppressive person/group who themselves are cross ordering the nature of the philosophy. Policy is not perfect. Show me some that is. Nothing is perfect in this world. But in decent hands, the policy is decent. Just like any "tech" in the hands of a decent person.
+1 # Brian Radio FKA RJ 2012-01-20 15:14
Roger that Steve!

If Profant wants get rid of KSW and other such policies he doesn't happen to like than I suggest he go back to the Church and sign up for course.

Seems they've already done the hard work for him :)

But seriously Thoughtful Steve.

Personally I've always viewed Miscavige as the lowest common denominator of the group bank.

For instance I remember back in the days when ARS was trashing Scientology and some of "public" (typically the whiners who lacked actual Scientology training of any kind but who happened to be Patrons with their heads up their anuses) asked management to protect them from the natterers on ARS.

Well OSA with the help of Helen Kobrin "helped" by making ARS the most popular usenet group on the web!

Talk about a reversal of fortune!

Anyway I figure this attack on Debbie was initiated by a group of.... er... "Scientologists" who can't handle the truth and it'll probably end the same way.

Right now, according to some reliable intel I have, the "razzline" ( similar to iTheta which we used to call idiot theta) is directing people to the antimarty sites.

A typical Glutz PR move which will eventually direct real Scientologists who can actually confront the truth to his blog and probably your site as well.

In other words we can expect as usual from OSA's "handling" of this scene a major fail and a foot bullet of epic proportions.
# Vítek Profant 2012-03-05 06:39
First, sorry for stating just "KSW", I meant mainly "KSW#1". "KSW#2" is a very different story and it's one of my few beloved policies even to this day.

BTW, zhank you for your gentle make-wrong. :D Through many years after I left Co$ I held a very similar view on KSW#1 to yours. But not any more. Despite the fact that in the (Europian) freezone I got almost uniformly great auditing.

I know there is a couple of good points in KSW#1 - but they could have been written just like that.

But that reference as a whole... It would take a long time to analyze what's wrong with that and besides, many others already did (and I'm not talking about those for whom anything slightly connected to Scientology is just a pile of crap.

A good starting point I came across today could be here: http://isene.wordpress.com/2012/03/01/catching-up/#comments

I won't be hurt if you don't publish this comment, but I ask you for an honest look into this.
# Thoughtful 2012-03-05 09:41
Check out the Admin Scale. Purpose is senior to policy. Anyone with an destructive purpose will slant any kind of policy to evil designs. Policy is not perfect, never was, but the real problem is not policy, it is purpose. The hardest thing for beings to confront is evil.
# Vítek Profant 2012-03-06 03:39
Now this is true, but how many scientologists (whether in or out) actually acts according to that? Policy, and KSW especially, is so often used to make others wrong!

By my own observation the Rons Org people are not only the most upstat group, but the standard of their behaviour is usually very high too -- they're not as polarized as other scientologists. Yet they are slaughtered on Marty's blog just because of KSW!!! And I'm not writing this to promote my favourite group, but only to make a point. I'm not a scientologist any more and I see they have their limits too.

I think you are a genuinely nice guy and I like your comm high on ARC even if you disagree; but here I got it by your colleagues. They seem to think of my motives as something else then they really are, and what leads them to their incorrect assumptions? I don't know, an effort to protect their precious policy, which is allegedly not so important according to the Admin scale?

But whatever, I think I've made my point and who wants to see it, will do. I wish you much success, Steve.
# Karen#1 2012-01-20 21:18
Miscavige gave us his idea: the "Ideal Org" (gong sound) — a horrific and frightening Stepford Scientology where every staff member is a robot submissive to Command Intention with fake affinity, unreality and no communication all focused to get the money,
Steve, dead on.

The Church of Miscavology acts as a Gestapo Police State against $ea Org members, and is raising the ante on the way it treats its own public, Adversarial auditing is now the norm, demanding CRIMES incessantly while the Public PAY for this kind of "sec checking"
Auditor PLUS bank opposes the PC !
A Scientologist might not like to hear about how David Miscavige beats people, treats staff like dogs, lives like a Saudi King while running the whole sale plundering of $$$$$ from the Public, and these very same Scientologists name call whistle blowers as "attackers" "SPs" "apostates" "generators of Black PR. Enemy lines"
Propaganda by use of Labels.
Back channels Emails is highest ever.
The general public more and more want to connect with us Proud SPs
# Konan 2012-01-21 10:42
Great article, you did it again! I took your advice earlier on, and run all my out-integrity points with the Church, and it worked, just as you said. On your 2nd suggestion of mocking up the ideal scene for this philosophy I've been doing it all of my life, that's why I never quite bought this cult's crap.

As for Vitek Profant comments, at some point he will have to realize that words ARE NOT objects. Philosphy is about conceptual understanding and there are no substittutes for that.
Much Love
# Michael Priv 2012-01-23 00:04
Thanks for the article, Steve! I did not fully get Vitek's comment but I think it has to do with admitting that LRH was wrong on some counts. I think in order to get to the point of Scientology orgs becoming a harmonious part of the landscape as opposed to being embattled abominations at some point LRH's mistakes would have to be acknowledged (and he did make some, including the creation of the Sea Org, putting Command intention above all pasving the way for a lunatic at the helm to derail the entire Scientology, and the invention and use of heavy ethics). Relative importances would have to be established between his mistakes and his creation of the Tech.
+1 # Thoughtful 2012-01-23 08:56
Perhaps some people feel so betrayed they blame LRH for passing the hat to DM. Of course LRH didn't pass the hat to DM, he passed it to Anne Broker (whom Karen just discovered tragically died last Summer, a fact that was covered up by the Church for the last 6 months). I think any sane person would have to agree 100% with what you wrote — I do, certainly. But Vitek seems to be missing the point that above Policy is Purpose. For those who may have forgotten this point, relative importance of subjects relating to organizations is as follows (LRH's Admin Scale):


Goals and purposes are senior to policy and that means it's always going to be possible for an SP to subvert any organization's policy and warp it to his own purposes.

I do get a little annoyed by people who constantly harp on policy (and thus LRH) as being the total culprit to the plight of the Church of Scientology. Sure, some of LRH's policies were destructive and should have been cancelled long ago. We all know that. We all have acknowledged that long ago and multiple times. But blaming policy doesn't open the door to any handling. What does open the door to a handling is exposing anyone who would drive the Church of Scientology off purpose. In short, fighting back.

Plenty of policy is no longer correct for the times we live in. Civilization has progressed in many respects. But these are really minor issues which a sane leader could handle easily with revisions or cancellations. I think some people also make the mistake of assuming David Miscavige has not cancelled or revised any of LRH's policy — because DM constantly professes the opposite. The truth is that guy has buried more good policy than you can shake a stick at, and he has altered policy like crazy. What he claims to be doing is a lie. An example is the CBO in which LRH expressly forbid "international events." Hardly anyone knows those LRH orders once existed and were in force. Int events are DM's sole medium for pushing his propaganda and making himself known among Scientologists. Without Int events, Scientologists would not even know who he is — which is how LRH intended management to be. No single personality was ever intended to be the "leader" of the Church. This is all fully documented in www.savescientology.com. Can you imagine how different the landscape would be if since 1986 there had never been a single "international" events for DM to extend his influence?

Another point: many of the "policy" DM pushes comes from issue types that even LRH said automatically expired in a year. Much of the "Sea Org" policy is just that. It actually expired in 1969 but it is still being pushed in violation of LRH's own orders. It's bullshit and it's not something anyone ever hears about in DM's "church."

Anyway, thanks for your comment Misha. Once we get rid of the tyrant someone with integrity needs to sort out the good from the no-longer relevant or destructive. The monotone or blanket assignment of validity to everything LRH ever wrote is itself off purpose.
# Dan Koon 2012-01-23 09:45
Steve, this is the perfect argument for anyone blaming policy for any damn thing wrong with anything anywhere. When one's goals and purposes are straightened out application of policy falls into line and bad policies are simply ignored in the activities of day to day operation and then cancelled or revised when one gets around to it. The FPRD was an effort to help people sort out their purposes. Of course, one particular person never received any FPRD and we know what happened. I wish this comment of yours could be put into a suppository and shoved up the butts of every Scn and LRH critic. It would also be a nice antidote for Kool Aid poisoning.
# Brian Radio FKA RJ 2012-01-23 23:32
Actually the way to handle policies that are no longer relevant is covered in HCOPL Technical and Policy Distribution.

Funny how people who complain the most about policy are the ones least likely to have read and understood it.
# Michael Priv 2012-01-23 21:03
Thanks Steve, thanks Dan. You know this is totally fascinating. You may think that this data is known and understood in the independent field or to Scientologists in general but I don't think so. I knew the datum that purposes are senior to policy, of course, but never realized that that is how any leader could subvert policy and actually did. I never heard the datum that HCOPLs expire and especially that CBOs and FOs expire. This is a whole new area of crashing MUs or misunderstanding of some sort. How was it supposed to work? They expire and then? This really merits some research. Could this be expanded and made into an article or a blog post so that people could discuss it in a forum setting? It is really important.
# Thoughtful 2012-01-23 23:59
Misha, Dan would remember better than I which issue types were intended to expire after a certain length of time. These were not Policy Letters in the main, but other issue types. There were very many. In some cases, DM turned certain issues into Policy Letters, etc. The main thing is since DM has always been forwarding his own evil purpose for Scientology, he has continually been pushing it off course while pretending to "push LRH." Perhaps Dan will chime in if he's not too c-c-c-c-cold in Sweden. However, as they say in that country, there is no such thing as bad weather. Only bad clothes.
# Dan Koon 2012-01-24 00:59
It is amazing how freezing weather clears the mind. I can think much more clearly here compared to the fish tank in CMU. Anyway, the issues that expire in one year are Executive Directives such as SOEDs, including LRH EDs. And, as we say here, "There is no such thing as bad policy, only evil purposes."
+2 # Worsel 2012-01-23 23:57
Even half of the definition of "Suppression" is suppressed. When dealing with effects of suppression in former staff or publics the understanding of the second way to suppress is helpful. Very much so!

"Any of the dynamics may be suppressed in two ways. The first is the suppression which says “No!” A person who has been told since he was a child that he was worth nothing, that he was no good and that he would never be able to do anything is likely to have little or no First Dynamic. The First Dynamic changes polarity and starts pointing toward death. This person is capable of committing suicide, unless he is very strong on the Third Dynamic and can live for the group. He may, however, needlessly sacrifice his life for the group. This represents a suppression of the dynamic—the survival urge of the First Dynamic is not sublimated over into the Third; the Third is only more visible because the First has been suppressed toward death.

The second way of suppressing a dynamic is by enforcement: “You’ve got to be a good girl! You have to amount to something! We expect you to be a credit to your family!” After a few years of such commanding the girl who has been forced to be a great credit to her family is unable to do anything. She has been interfered with. Mama has entered her own dynamics into the dynamics of the child, with the resultant blunting of the child’s dynamics. If any dynamic is inhibited, it enturbulates, and if it is enforced, it enturbulates. Either way, it is pushed toward death.

The principle of self-determinism, to be workable, dictates that a dynamic should neither be suppressed nor too thoroughly enforced. On a spectrum from shut off completely to center to maximum enforcement, self-determinism would be found at the center. The individual who is surviving best is exercising all possible rational selfdeterminism in an environment which allows a maximum of self-determinism."
(SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 to SCIENCE OF SURVIVAL, September, 1951, All possible Aberrations, Tech Vol 1, p. 220ff)
# Thoughtful 2012-01-24 00:01
Wow, great post Worsel!
# Brian Radio FKA RJ 2012-01-24 13:51
1 Worsel!

To answer Misha's question.

Policies don't expire. They have to be specifically canceled.

This is covered in HCOPLs Policy, Source of and Issues,Types of.

That said.

One has to be able to think with policy and not just robotically "apply" it.


Policy is senior to orders as you can see on the Admin Scale according to the HCOPLs Orders Illegal and Cross, Orders Query of. One who complies with illegal and destructive orders is just as culpable even more so than the one issuing the illegal or destructive order.

Personally, I think we should move beyond blaming Dave or Management or some possible conspiracy.

Because all this does is give the one or ones being blamed more power.

(Look up the word "blame" in the Tech Dictionary)

Additionally I think we should stop continuing to perpetuate this myth that Miscavige is the "leader" of Scientology.

Since lies beget persistence.

He has no right to call himself any sort of "leader". He doesn't even have a post on the Org Board.

There is no so leader!

If you don't believe me.

Read HCOPL LRH Relationship to Orgs.

Another thing that I didn't mention earlier is that the FO the Sea Org and the Future which is of questionable provenance made Pat and his late wife Annie Broeker "Loyal Officers" and Ron according to this FO then became "Admiral".

Thoughtful Steve I still have copies of that FO and the one canceling it.

The latter a fascinating study in how the criminal mind works since almost every crime he claims that Pat perpetrated or was about to he has perpetrated himself.

If you like I can upload copies of these issues to you.

Let me know.
# Obnosis 2012-02-08 00:53
Interesting how you mention nightmares about being at Int Base. I was never at Int but I was in the SO and pretty much the only bad dream or nightmare I have when I have one is I am back in the SO and wanting to leave but can't. It is the ultimate Problem, being stuck or trapped. I very very rarely have "normal" nightmares where I'm in some violent situation, a fight or being chased or something. My nightmare is the SO. Probably because I felt so trapped.
# Ben 2012-02-11 13:27
Steve, this is a wonderful and OT post! Dealing extensively and in depth with all these negative aspects, you then make an effort to deal with and show the positive, the hopeful and the "lets remember how it should be". The result is great balance in the direction of THETA. Like a surgeon who goes into patient with his scalpel, seeing only tumors and how to get them out, yet when done, does not neglect to bandage, cover, soothe, SMILE, and whisper to the patient: "you'll be fine!".Great.
"Personally I can't think of anything valuable enough to sell one's soul for."
We have all been selling our souls at some point, until we cognited and stopped. And we had enough evidence to quit long before we did. You and Marty and Jeff and Debbie, and many others saw all the abuses, and kept going... this phenomena haunted me as I discovered the Indies. and I still do not have full explanation for it. I even wrote you a mail long ago asking this question (and many others, may be too many, I was new then. Btw u did not reply..)in a genuine attempt to understand it. But as I read this post and your "can't think of anything valuable enough to sell one's soul for." - I realized that the ultimate trick which can cause or even force a being to sell his soul is ...the LIE (supported by false MEST data)that he is about to SAVE his soul from eternal loss. Therefore anything he HAS to do, however bad, stupid, illogical, cannot be "selling his soul" because he has just been "saving it". It is the fear of losing our souls waved at us with us believing it, which is just about the most formidable weapon with which to trick and enslave souls.
Yes, it seems a valid cog.
Thanks again for the post I really enjoyed it and was touched by it.
# Cindy Pinsonnault 2012-02-13 20:44
Wonderful article. "OM: Operating Meat" is so accurate an observation. I'm going to start using that?

Thanks for the whole article. Really good.

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"Miscavige said he knew what was wrong and proceeded to write three paragraphs on what was to be said to this girl. The staff wondered how The Cob was even qualified to supervise auditing and even if he was, why hadn't he studied the folders first? The girl's name was Lisa McPherson and you know the rest."  Learn More...

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"Moments later came a wail of inhuman agony unlike anything I have every heard in my lifetime, before or since. The screams were so incredibly loud. Louder than any sounds I could imagine a human could make. They filled the sky and the valley and my lonely office. 20 or 30 minutes they lasted..."  Learn More...



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The Pertinent Manifesto"Scientology has been taken over by a self-appointed dictator, David Miscavige, who has turned the Creed of the Church of Scientology, the Code of a Scientologist, and the Credo of a True Group Member on their heads and instituted the virtual practice of Reverse (Black) Dianetics..."  Learn More...

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