ROUTINE 3N - LINE PLOTS
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Hubbard found these goals or implant when auditing himself or other Scientologists using the E-meter. In the hypnotic trance created during auditing subjecs may believe they imagine memories from past lifes and some of these were explanied by Hubbard as being implanted in their mind or in the minds of the thetans who were stuck to them.
Helatrobus was an interplanetary nation. A little pip squeak government that didnít amount to very much according to Dianetics and Scientology Technical Dictionary.Quote from the "ROUTINE 3N, LINE PLOTS" document:
Dates are important in the process of identifying and clearing implants.Quote from the "ROUTINE 3N, LINE PLOTS" document:
These aliens built fake amusement parks in space with mechanical gorillas just to implant fake memories in the minds of aliens Xenu killed on earth millions of years ago by blowing them up in vulcanoes... Yes folks, this is Scientology. People like John Travolta and Kristie Alley actually believes this is true. Hubbard sais so.Quote from the "ROUTINE 3N, LINE PLOTS" document:
Comments are often superfluous when presenting the ravings of Hubbard. No wonder why the cult uses every trick in the book to try to stop it being made publicly available. How many would join Scientology if they knew all this up front?
It will look silly to you, and you might wonder how people can fall for Scientology. Remember that it is not what's in the belief that matters, but the methods Hubbard developed to get people hooked. Those who get involved are usually people like you and me, but may be in a period of their life where they are more susceptible to this type of fraud. You are offered a chance to not only make yourself more able (increase your IQ, communicate better, learn faster, etc) but also a chance to join an "elite group" to save the world!
All Scientology training are splitted up in levels, and you are not allowed on to the next level before you are 100 per cent ready. If you refuse to accept something you will have to go back, and back, and back until you understand (accept) it. Scientology has this word clearing technique that says that if you do not understand (or agree) with something it is because you have misunderstood a word in the text. Then you have to go back and "clear" every word until you understand properly (dictionaries are important in CoS). This is very tedious and will over a long period weaken your doubts and skeptisim. Remember that their core belief is that Hubbard was right, all the people around you say so and it is not allowed to question any of it. It must be you who have misunderstood something, you must go back until you get it right! Eventually your mind will accept it, you want to be as good as the rest. You don't want to hold back the progress. The group is looking at you and you have to submit. You are on a road to save the universe, you must not fail. You must save enough money to get on the next course. Submitting to this for years people will gradually believe almost anything.
Hubbard could have claimed anything and he would still have found some followers. The more you read about Scientology you will learn that there seems like there are no limits to what he wrote.Quote from the "ROUTINE 3N, LINE PLOTS" document:
These goals are described here to assist the auditor when he or she audits a preclear (PC). Scientologists pay hundreds of dollar per hour to be audited and claim it helps them to become more able. The first goal is to become Clear (of engrams and implants). But you don't only have your own engrams and implants, no, the thetans or clusters of thetans stuck to your meat body also have them. The problem is that they have no money, so you have to pay to audit them too!Quote from the "ROUTINE 3N, LINE PLOTS" document:
The auditor tries to communicate with the implants in order to make them "blow". To blow means here to get rid of the charge or mass of a thetan, a cluster of thetans or in other cases an engram (a moment of pain and unconsciousness).
GPM stands for "goals problem mass".
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There are many implants to blow, and an endless number of thetans stuck to your body. Many Scientologists have been milked dry before they got them all out, which lead some to suicide or serious personal problems. If you can't pay you either are dumped or you have to work for the cult to get courses. The lucky ones see the fraud and get out. Usually it takes years of treatment in order to get free from the grip a cult has on you. Many are embarassed to talk about their history in the cult, looking back at it they have problems explaining how it could go so far. The main focus now is to get on with life, for many that means starting all over since they leave the cult with empty hands and maybe poorly adapted to the outside society.Quote from the "ROUTINE 3N, LINE PLOTS" document:
Hubbard put a lot of effort into creating new words and abbrevations in Scientology. This helped in bonding the people in the cult. While they study they will learn new things and get the feeling they understand more and more. After a while they will take for granted that what Hubbard said was always right, there is no room for skeptical questions in the cult whatsoever, and the victim will slowly detach from society. They work hard to afford new courses (some compare it with drug addiction) and get too tired to follow the news and be with friends and family. People outside who react because they see the change are concidered as bad influence and Scientologists are told to disconnect from them. Their defense is broken down and they have nowhere else to turn than to other Scientologists.Quote from the "ROUTINE 3N, LINE PLOTS" document:
RI stands for "reliable items" and means any item that rock slams (hittig a "rock" during auditing) and RR means "rocket read" which is a type of E-meter read (characterized by the needle on the E-meter "taking off"). This is all daily language to a Scientologist.Quote from the "ROUTINE 3N, LINE PLOTS" document:
Auditing is, according to Hubbard an Scientology, a science. Applied correctly it will solve all human problems. Hubbard is supposed to have managed to develope this standard technology which makes him the ultimate prophet in Scientology. Scientology is called "applied religious technology" and any argument against it is simply countered by the claim that if it dosn't work then it is not applied properly. Since Scientology auditing is a very expensive treatment it is only available for those who can pay for it. The "Church" of Scientology offers to make the "able more able", to create a better world for us all. If you've read George Orwell's "1984" you will see what that kind of world it would be.Quote from the "ROUTINE 3N, LINE PLOTS" document: