The IR was a big deal. It was supposed to finally and completely eliminate any need for psychiatry because we now had a way to deal with psychotics.
[ Son of Xenu ] (Somebody's got to look afer Pop)
[ Mountain Interior ]
[ Las Palmas ] 8 Dec 1997
[ Teegeeack ]
I left before False Purpose Rundown - but I know Expanded
Dianetics (XDn) - so assuming its essentially the same thing:
It is just standard Dianetics auditing, but its directed
at incidents connected with evil purposes. Rockslams (e-meter going
nuts) are supposed to indicate evil purposes, so before this type
of auditing all the R/S's are picked out and the incidents the PC
was "remembering" at the time of the R/S is "re-investigated" to find
the underlying evil purpose (going to earlier, similar incidents
Dianetics style). Assessing lists of items designed to find evil
purposes is another way of finding things to run. The idea is to
free the person from evil impulses (according to Hubbard this is
the basis of psychosis).
Of course, on the upper levels this is all replaced by
evil BT's instead (engrams out, BT's in/Dianetics out, OT junk in).
I would not associate the False Purpose Rundown with any
kind of constitutional or human rights violations.
However, about the same time XDn was originally developed
was when Ron gave us the infamous Introspection Rundown. The IR
was a big deal. It was supposed to finally and completely eliminate
any need for psychiatry because we now had a way to deal with
psychotics. The IR (lock 'em up and keep 'em quiet) to get them
destimulated, then after they're improved, XDn to run out the
evil purposes that made them crazy in the first place. At least
that's the way it was when I left in the late 70's. I don't
know how the tech changed after that.
SON OF XENU (or XEMU - you decide)
["If any of the things these people say are true, there would ]
[ not be 8-million Scientologists in the world today" Mike Rinder ]
["Learn to count before you learn to lie" Son of Xenu ]