Hubbard College Lectures 1952

Hubbard College Lectures 1952

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346 5203C03 HCL-1 Introduction to Scientology: Milestone One
347 5203C03 HCL-2 Introduction to Scientology: Outlining of Therapy
348 5203C03 HCL-2A Demonstration by Ron of E-Meter, Running Entities
349 5203C04A HCL-3 Axioms and How They Apply to Auditing
350 5203C04B HCL-4 Thought, Emotion and Effort, and the Tone Scale
351 5203C04C HCL-Spec Description of Facsimile One
352 5203C05A HCL-5 Thought and Preclears
353 5203C05B HCL-6 Emotion
354 5203C05C HCL-6A Question and Answer Period
355 5203C05D HCL-6 Spec Demonstration of Auditing
356 5203C06 HCL-7 Effort and Counter-Effort
357 5203C06 HCL-8 Attack on the Preclear
358 5203C07A HCL-9 How to Handle Facsimiles
359 5203C07 HCL-10 Indoctrination of the Preclear
360 5203C08 HCL-11 Resolution of Effort and Counter-Effort, Overt Acts
361 5203C08A HCL-12 Indoctrination in use of the E-Meter, Part 1 & 2
362 5203C08 HCL-12A Indoctrination in use of the E-Meter, Part 3
363 5203C09A HCL-13 Thought, Emotion and Effort, and Counter-Effort
364 5203C09B HCL-14 Demonstration:Effort, Counter-Effort (Straightwire)
365 5203C10 HCL-15 Training Auditors: The Anatomy of Facsimile One
366 5203C10 HCL-16 The Anatomy of Facsimile One (cont. demo)
367 5203C10C HCL-17 Three Demonstrations - Running Effort and Counter-Effort
368 5203C10 HCL-18 Entities (demo cont.)
369 5203C10A HCL-19 (15E) History of Man Series I: Organization of Data
370 5203C10A HCL-19 15A (E) History of Man series II: Main Theta Line & Sub-Theta Line (description
of the philosophies and religions as routes to understanding)
371 5203C10B HCL-20 - 16E History of Man Series III: The Theta and the Genetic Lines of Earth
372 5203C10B HCL-20-16A (E) History of Man Series IV: Principal Incidents of the Theta Line
373 5203Cxx HCL-21 Anatomy of the Theta Body (Theta Body Entities)
374 5203Cxx HCL-22 How to Audit a Theta Line
375 5203Cxx HCL-23 Theta Bodies
376 5203C22 HCL-23A Impulses of a Thetan (first morning lecture)
377 5203Cxx HCL-24 Demonstration: Electropsychometric Scouting (see HCL-6 Spec)
Demonstration (non existant - 12A, and Spec)
378 5203Cxx HCL-24A Theta Bodies
379 5203C25 HCL-25 An Analysis of Memory and Human Aberration and Psychosomatic
Illness, Part I
380 5203C25 HCL-26 An Analysis of Memory and Human Aberration, Part II
381 5203Cxx HCL-27 How to Search for Incidents on the Track - I
382 5203Cxx HCL-27A How to Search for Incidents on the Track - II
383 5204Cxx HCL-Spec Electropsychometric Scouting - Battle of the Universes (MSH audits
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Re: Hubbard College Lectures 1952

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HCL Part A - tape number 1

HCL-1 3 MAR 52 Scientology Milestone One

(also called "Introduction to Scientology: Milestone One")
(Witchita, Kansas)

(Based on the transcript in new R&D 10 and compared against
a reel-to-reel tape copy rerecorded 1973 by the Flag
Audio Unit on the Apollo)

(omissions from the transcript in R&D 10 are marked ">")


> Snow is a commodity which is not supposed to be in Witchita,
> but they didn't pass the ordanance in time. Of course
> they don't have any snow plows here or anything like that,
> and I hope you don't feel too lonly here in the ballroom.
> The reason why we got the ballroom tonight is that we
> couldn't have the Colonial room.

The lecture tonight is actually the first lecture of a
series of twenty lectures which will be made in ten days.
That is to say, there'll be two hours of lecture per night.
Now, it may be that I'll - may even go to the point of
jamming those up, make them a little faster.

This is a course in Scientology. That word might seem a
little strange to you at the moment. It's a very beautiful
combination of Greek and Latin, I am told, but then so is
psychology. And I trust that Dianetics will get just a
little further than some of its forebears, and it has
already gotten into the field of Scientology.

Scientology would be the study of science, or the study of
knowledge, rather than the small segment of therapy which
has been, up to this time, Dianetics. Scientology actually
embraces these axioms and embraces the various activities
of man.

Now, you may not realize it completely, but man's
activities have not been embraced. There are lots of things
that man does that there's no accounting for: electing
Democratic presidents; getting involved with Russia;
inventing the means with which to go to the stars and then,
for some peculiar reason, deciding to use it to blow up
Russia and the United States simultaneously.

The study of knowledge would embrace not only how you went
about creating a science which could be utilized in the
derivation of the formula and the application of the
formulae of atomic fission, but it would also embrace,
Who's going to use it! Why is it! Where can it be employed!
And how can you keep it from being employed! Scientology
would step outside of the field of science as it has been
known.

Science, as it's been known, has been the collection of
data (almost a random collection of data), assembling it
into piles of similar data and calling these piles "piles
of data-ology.

A study of biology, let us say. Well, that started out to
be "study of life": bio or biology - "study of life." Very,
very interesting, but it wound up as the study of cells and
small animals and that sort of thing and merely collected
enormous quantities of data - observed, not particularly
evaluated, and certainly not grouped and aligned into a
form which could be utilized in the discovery of new data.

Each one of these ologies, one by one, has come into a dead
end. That is not a condemnation of them. They have been
carried forward as far as anyone could carry them forward
and then they've stopped, stagnated, specialized and drawn
themselves away from the body of knowledge. So that each
one becomes a study of how you memorize a lot of
unevaluated facts, and you put them together and maybe you
get something and maybe you don't.

You can see how biology, for instance, has dead-ended.
Great study; it was started with a lot of verve evay back.
Francis Baconl was quite interested in this. Lucretius
before him was very interested in this. In modern times, it
has fallen away from its own definition. It's "biology,"
It's sort of a hopeless dead end. They are not looking
toward any source of life, they are just looking toward new
kinds and combinations of life that they might discover by
happenstance.

The adventure of search has gone out of this field. Until
this day, if you walked into a high-school biology class or
talked to a high-school professor of biology and you said,
"How is it that your theories of biology do not carry along
with or parallel some of the material in the theory of
evolution! How is it that the study of biology does not
parallel its companion science, cytology! Why are these
opposite in some respects!" He would say to you, "Oh-huh!
We study out of this textbook," And you'd say, "Well now,
do you realize if you went into the laboratory and you
picked up a microscope and you started looking at these
things - if you did some thinking about this - one of these
days you might discover a great big piece of knowledge
which would unify all of these fields: evolution, cytology,
biology and many others!" "Oh-h-h, no" No. This is
something that is taught in a codified way.

This is actually the history of any science, They push out
into the unknown, they collect data, they formulate this
data around a few theories and then they end. And they
become stultified. And according to one of the very ancient
Greeks, that mixture which is not shaken stagnates. And
they don't go any further; they stagnate. And it becomes a
codified, specialized subject capable of producing a
certain effect in the material universe. There it stops.

It's rather a sad story, actually, because it's. the
story of pioneers going out into the unknown world of data,
phenomena - going so far, blazing a trail to a certain
distance, and then one day getting very tired and sitting
down and saying, "Well, all we'll do now is look at the
back track. And if anybody tells us that all we're doing is
looking at the back track, we'll protest. And we'll
say,'Well, we have a truth here and you can't do any more
about it, and from here on it's all complex and if you went
from here on, you're liable to fall off a cliff.' " And
then another subject comes up, another adventurer comes up,
and he carries forward a little bit further into this
wilderness. And he makes a few more marks on the trees. And
then one day the rest of man pulls him down to some degree,
or he stops, he runs out of data or becomes frightened, he
sits down and he looks on the back track. This has been
going on, to my knowledge, for thirty-five hundred years,
and has actually been going on lots longer than that.
Mysticism itself was once considered to be just about as
pat and just about as well codified as biology is today.

Now, each new adventure that man undertakes goes out
further into making the unknown known to man, Dianetics
went a certain distance. It was mainly interested in
aberration. It was mainly interested in why men's minds
don't behave exactly right all the time. That was its main
interest. It covered that field pretty well. It took the
lifetime of one man and it said: "We will run down in this
lifetime the causes of his unhappiness, his misery, his
grief, his failures. And in this one lifetime, we will
rehabilitate him - one lifetime of confusion. And if you
want to be very precise, that is Dianetica

And everything that came out in the first handbook of
Dianetics is workable. You can still do it just that
way - you can produce these results. But it didn't embrace
everything that could be embraced about man;: anyone would
be a fool to think that he could at one fell swoop, I
imagine. But the point is, it went this distance. And
particularly in the last six or eight months, I've been
going forward further and further and further and further,
and all of a sudden we're up against a subject which can
only be embraced by a word like Scientology, which is an
embracing of knowledge. It's a study of knowledge, not a
study of therapy. Makes it a very broad field.

It has a great number of logics, axioms, postulates, which
concern themselves with knowledge. And emphasis, of course,
is placed upon the knowledge which man can utilize here in
this MEST universe - this material universe; what knowledge
he utilizes in order to go forward.

Now, as soon as we start to study knowledge, we find out
we're studying man's mind again. Very interesting, it's a
sort of an endless circle. How do you know there is such a
thing as knowledge? Well, your mind is a repository of
knowledge, and it is something that computes knowledge
or suspects knowledge or finds knowledge or uses knowledge.

Now, this may strike you as somewhat odd, but a therapy
right now is no end. The end goal here is not a therapy;
pretty well the end goal of Dianetics was a therapy, but
the end goal of Scientology is not a therapy How can you
work problems with an imperfect computer? Now, let's take
an adding machine down here in a business and let's jim
this adding machine so that one of its cogs slips every
time. And every time you multiply anything by anything, you
also get it multiplied by five. Now, your answer is always
going to be wrong. You say one times five, you put one
times five on this calculating machine, and the calculating
machine comes out and says, "One times five is twenty-five."
And then the next time you put something on it, you say,
"Five times a hundred. Says right there, twenty-five hundred."

How can you work problems with an imperfect computer? You
can't. How can you apply knowledge with an imperfect
computer? Again, you can't. So it is merely a basic step in
the field of Scientology to perfect a computer. That
computer happens to be the human mind.

Now, how you can teach knowledge which will be utilized by
an imperfect computer is the first problem in this course;
because I don't think there's anybody present who is
perfect, including me. Nevertheless, a great deal of this
computer is alert and headed toward perfection, and there
are certain things which keep it from being perfect and
certain things which inhibit it from recognizing what it
actually recognizes. Wonderful thing that a mind actually
can know without letting itself know.

It is the task of anyone engaging in processing, then, to
go out along the line of better working methods for others
around him, and depend upon those others to help him up to
that level. The initial step, then, depends upon the blind
helping the blind. And anywhere that this fails, it is
because the blind are too blind.

There are many complaints in the field of auditing - which
is the process of processing people - many field complaints
state, "Well, my auditor so-and-so" and "... won't
do this, and I am still very occluded." Go and ask this
man's auditor, "What are you auditing on him?" Oh, I don't
know, "London Bridge Is Falling Down" or something of the
sort, but not a therapy. "No, let's stay away from a
therapy; let's not help him. Let's say we do, and don't."

Before you can use Scientology to its fullest extent, the
computer has to be cleared. And that is just a technical
computing term; you have to clear a machine before the
machine will give you right answers. And right now we're in
need of an awful lot of right answers.

It's fantastic that we sit here today with a technology
capable of conquering a very large section of the material
universe - we sit here with this technology and actually
talk about blowing up our fellow men. How insane can
we get? Well, that's pretty insane, and that's what we're
doing. Unless somebody does something rather drastic about
it, that's what will happen.

We have a guy who is crawling with fear and terror about
capitalism and managers, managing a big country. Great!
He's a manager who is afraid of managers, he's an owner who
is afraid of owners, he's a slave driver who is afraid of
slave drivers. And he's creating a very interesting piece
of hell on earth today over in Russia - fellow by the name
of Uncle Joe (Stalin), a raving lunatic.

But actually compared to the rationality which a human
being can assume, the rationality which a human being can
himself accomplish, there isn't a ruler in the world today
or a manager of any corporation in the world today who
could be considered anything else but a raving
lunatic - compared to how sane he could be! But compared to
the normal, compared to the normal that walk up and down
the streets, these people are usually much saner than the
average.

So what is your relative yardstick here? What is sanity?
Well, sanity could be set up right now, if you were to
consider it an absolute, to be an absolute perfection in
reasoning which would resolve problems to the optimum good
of all those concerned. And that would be an absolute of
sanity. Absolutes are not obtainable. In the first place, a
person who was absolutely capable of being sane would
probably still lack data, and so you would have that small
margin there of the unattainable. But it would be so much
higher than anything which has been achieved to date that
you practically can't recognize people when they have gone
up this line.

A case the other day, somebody wrote in from
California - this young girl and the typewriter, Well, that
is not very peculiar. Young girl worked with this handbook
for a short time and went down to a typing college,
examined the chart for a few minutes and examined the
keyboard of the typewriter - had never typed before - and sat
down and started to type perfectly at twenty-five words a
minute. That's the way you ought to be able to learn. Not
grindingly, just - there's the information, you examine the
infermation, you apply it. Without any physical reservations.

In other words, it shouldn't take the government down here
a hundred and some thousand dollars to train a pilot. They
ought to be able to go out and show the fellow and say,
"Now, you - look. Here are the throttles and you have to
have the flaps in this condition, and your oil temperature
and pressure has to be up here. You neutralize these
controls and the plane actually will take off by itself.
You cut it down to landing speed so-and-so and head it in,
and at this distance from the airport you'll level off
and - comes back .. ."

And the pilot says, "Mm-hm, let me look at it a moment,"
figures it out, climbs in the plane, takes it off, and
brings it around and lands it safely again. Do they do that
now? Oh no, they don't, They study for months and months
and months and months and months, and then take them out
and crack them up.

Just look at the army air forces - or the US air forces,
or whatever they're calling themselves these days - just
look at this organization's crash record in the past week,
and any day, Why is it?

Well, if it's mechanical failure on the part of those
planes, it's because somebody out here at Boeing wasn't
sane enough, or somebody at Cessna, or somebody at
Beech didn't inspect the part he was told to inspect. And
the felk,w who put the plane together didn't care whether
it went together or not. That's mechanical failure.

And as far as dispatching failure, somebody tells this
pilot, "You go out so-and-so and then you come back." And
the weather's bad and he hasn't checked over the plane, he
doesn't know how many flying hours this plane's had. Pilot
goes out, obeys orders, climbs in - bow! It's no kind of
weather to fly in. Something else is wrong. Somebody has
slipped up. But every single one of these mechanical
failures comes down to a human failure.

Therefore, Scientology in its widest application could only
be applied by the very, very sane - only by the sane. So its
first application is in the creation of sanity amongst the
able. It is not a therapy addressed to the neurotic. (It
can be - that's somebody else's job.) It's not a therapy
addressed to the psychotic. (We can lick that problem - so
what?) It's a therapy addressed to the able. But people
don't realize how unable they are because they have no
standard to go by.

If you were to get up and do any of the things which an
actually able mind could do, in front of an audience,
people would be signing you up for vaudeville and
television. Why? Well, you could add and subtract various
numbers, and somebody could read you the instructions on
how you tap dance and then you'd tap dance and that sort of
thing, and oh, you'd be phenomenal! Everybody would say,
"Gosh! Genius at work!" No, not genius: sanity at work.

Now, how do you get sane? What are the component parts of
sanity? How do you get there? Well, that's the first route,
that's the first milestone. But that's only mile one! And
there are ten thousand of those milestones out there. Just
one. Until you get one - Milestone One, which is complete
ability - it isn't very likely that,rou will be able to
compel or reason or handle (manhandle it or otherwise) a
world into a sane approach to the business of living, until
that one step is accomplished.

Any one of you accomplishing that step can go on to step
two and three and four and five. Any one of you all the way
up on ability could so knock the spots off of
anybody - anybody you talked to - that they would be very,
very compelled to take your good advices on the subject.
Now, there's nothing unreasonable about that.

The only question in your minds at this moment is "Can I
attain the first milestone?" That's the reason I'm giving
this course. The first milestone. That's the reason you
have this book, Handbook for Preclears. That's attaining
the first milestone.

Now, the first milestone does not include clearing up the
prisons, clearing up the insane asylums or resolving the
problems of cities like Los Angeles. Doesn't include these
things. Those are up there at three, four, five; they're
incidental. So there are nineteen million insane in this
country - you didn't drive them insane. You can't solve this
problem by taking them one by one, one by one. No. But by
solid cohesion in your goals, with a solid forward push on
the rehabilitation of you and the rehabilitation of the
very able who surround you, those goals will be
accomplished on an automatic backlash.

Rut right now what we've got to do is to carry forward far
enough, as individuals, beyond the first milestone, so that
some of the actual native goals of man can be realized in
this universe. And we can do it, because every doubt which
you have right this minute is just an aberration. Anything
which is fighting you at this moment is within you. There
is nothing - fire, swords, police, national governments,
economic systems - none of these things could stop man once
he started. And what we're trying to do is start man.
Nobody has ever started him before; all they were
interested in doing is controlling him and holding him
down.

And that's Scientology: knowledge and its application in
the conquest of the material universe. Scientology needs a
crew, and with persistence and opening your ears, you'll
be that crew.

Now, the history of this race, its genetic background, why
it's here, what its intentions are, are all of them at this
moment, to the society at large and to most of you,
complete unknowns. There has been a pretense of having
data, but it is a shabby pretense. Nobody knows where man
came from. Nobody knows what he's doing here. Nobody knows
what he's supposed to do now that he's here.

Well, I am talking now about the last two meters before you
get to Milestone One. Any one of you knows inherently why
man's here, what he's doing here, who put him here and why
he is being held down. Anybody knows this, only they don't
want to know they know it. It's really, actually, wide-open
data - with a lid on it. And it's a heavy lid. And the first
thing you come up against in processing is that iron cover.
Try and lift it. Without being able to demonstrate to the
individual that it can be lifted and that there is something
under it which won't swamp him, you find it pretty hard to
lift on most people. They fight you. They don't want this
lifted. Are they fighting it for themselves? Are they fighting
it because of their own self-determinism? Are they fighting it
because they actually don't want to know, basically? What
are the answers?

The enormous amount of phenomena that we have uncovered
here in the field that is now Scientology - I've been
working consistently and continually for about twenty-two
years to pull an iron cover off. Well, it's off. And this
course is going to give you the complete size, thickness,
weight and nature of the handle of said iron cover. It's a
secret. It's been a secret for a long time.

You get these boys in insane asylums and they start raving
about knowing some sort of a secret, and somebody is after
them and so forth. So the psychiatrists say, "Hmm, insane."
So they put him in an electric shock machine, they go
bzzzt! "Well, we fixed him." The yaps! Why didn't they ask
once in a while? That's a fact; the guy did know! Grim
jest, isn't it?

[At this point there is a gap in the original recording.]
(the above note is at this point in the R&D but there is
no perceptible gap in the reel, possibly indicating that
it was made from an edited second master - FZBA)

They use the only techniques which will completely shut somebody
off, But not even those techniques are good enough to let
anybody keep this iron cover down, once you know the techniques
of getting it off and where it is.

How tall are you? What are your mental capabilities?
They're all underneath this iron cover.

If I come to you bluntly and abruptly and say to you,
"Slaves, break your chains! - Liberty, fraternity and
equality!" - all that sort of thing - parts of you suddenly
say, "Nng. Nooo. No. No liberty. Because somebody else might
get free; and then what would they do to me?" You have all
sorts-of rationalizations.

Every time a person has gone out to help this human race,
the human race has promptly hit him over the head, buried
him in the nearest lime pit. Why? Well, he didn't know
about this iron cover. And it isn't necessarily true that a
person has to be thrown into the nearest lime pit just
because he picks up this cover, that's superstition. We're
not dealing with superstition: we're dealing with natural
law.

[At this point there is a gap in the original recording,]
(not only is there a gap here but the recording dynamics
and background noise are completely different, as if this
later section was recorded at a different time - FZBA)

.. there's only one - one memory of pain and
unconsciousness sitting on top of you, and everything else
on that's a lock. Sometimes the auditor has to hit a few
locks, but not always. And he just starts in and he
processes out this first engram, Facsimile One, we call it.
(Some of you there think you know what it is; you don't.)
Facsimile One - and it's processed out by thought, emotion,
effort, counter-thought, counteremotion, counter-effort.
Routine. Routine processing. And it will process much
faster if scouted on that machine: a psychometer. And it is
a process which should not take you twenty-five hours. The
reason why I flounder around with this is very simple - why
I have floundered around with it: I wanted to know every
single solitary byroad, every cow-path, in the vicinity
of target one. Well, no US Army artillery map is anywhere
near as complete as the map we have right this minute of
target one. It tells you how many mils and how much
elevation and how much powder and shot you need. And it
tells you exactly what this thing looks like and exactly
what it'll do when you hit it. It's good news, isn't it?

But it's very, very peculiar that, like all good military
engagements, we find this target completely booby-trapped.
And it's booby-trapped with an insidiousness which is
beautiful to behold. But the second you know what the booby
traps are you can walk right through them, just like you
can walk through any mine field after the mine boys have
been in there. Well, I've been doing a mine squad for you.
It's been very interesting work. I've still got both legs.
But there have been a few times when I didn't think I'd
have them anymore. (laughter)

No, when it comes to laying down your artillery barrage of
auditing on this target, you want to know what you're
doing. And by the time you start centering the main target,
you want to know your subject. And that is something that
not very many people bother to know. It's much easier to go
flying off at some wide tangent and say, "Well, this is ...
Hmm, I thought of something like this once: you
take the lost Atlantis, and that's on the right-hand side
of the slide rule, and it somehow or other must compare
with bugology, and I studied that once. And what he says
when he means thought is actually the left-hand side of a
right-hand screwdriver."

No! I mean thought when I say thought, according to a very
exact, specific definition. The definifions in
Scientology and their meanings are actually clearer than
the definitions in the science of physics - clearer! They
are more capable of being understood because physics is
built on a sort of a jerry-rig process - I know, I'm a
physicist - and it's built on this jerry-rig process of: Once
upon a time there was a fellow by the name of Archimedes,
and there was somebody else by the name of something or
other, and they had a hard time, and they went around and
discovered certain principles and after they discovered
these principles, they discovered other principles. And
then all of a sudden somebody came along one day and said,
"Hey look, there's atoms," and they said, "Great, there's
atoms," and so they added this to the science - they didn't
integrate it at the beginning of the science, they added
this to the science. And now all of a sudden we have this
great exact science of chemistry being completely out of
gear with the science of physics. Here's your exact science
of chemistry being much different in its laboratory as to
atomic structure and the behavior of the material universe
than the nuclear physicist's universe. They've got two
different universes now, and they don't dovetail.

And in addition to that, there are certain basic
fundamentals like weights and balances and that sort of
thing, and they're very interesting. But don't add in too
many question marks, because they're hair-trigger, a lot of
those basic axioms in physics. They may be or they may not
be.

Take acceleration: there are some fascinating things in
acceleration if you want to go deep into acceleration. Why
does a body have to accelerate to go around a corner? Well,
it's because. Well, it says right there in the law it does,
but don't question that law too closely.

Nevertheless, that's a very exact science, but Scientology
is much more exact because there aren't any maybes. Up to
the point of where we're applying thought as a static to the
physical universe, which is motion - up to that level - I
don't know of a single maybe. It's just like that. Its
words mean what they mean, not something else. And in
studying it, one should keep firmly in mind this fact and
these factors: that something inside you is liable to
defeat what you are doing. So you just find some
self-determinism in you to take yourself with a good hard
rein, and keep yourself going right straight at the target.
And find yourself veering off this way and veering off that
way, and all of a sudden say, "Well, let's all go down to
someplace or other and play hopscotch because that's the
way to get there" - no, you won't get there that way.

Now, when you've got Milestone One, and when you know
you've got: it, when everybody else knows you've got it,
you can do anything you want to do - anything - on your
self-determinism. But the horrible fact of it is, is
there's very little self-determinism until you get
Milestone One, but there's a lot of circuit-determination.
And that's something for you to remember. If you will just
stay with me on this line, up to the first milestone in
Scientology, and bring yourself up to a high level of
ability and apply yourself to that, you will be free - free
of me and Scientology too! (audience laughter)

It's quite remarkable that some of these people who have
reached toward this goal and are now being called Clears
(they're not there, by the way) are turning up stuff on a
slide-rule principle; I mean, their minds work like slide
rules. Their minds are developing things which everyone
around them considers completely incredible. I mean, nobody
could think this fast, nobody could do these things. They
don't know it yet, but there're not there - they're not there.
They won't relapse, but they're not there, because mental
ability is about five times what any one of them is doing.
It's a stageringly high level.

I want to demonstrate to you a couple of little odds and
ends that would tend to confirm this. I won't tell you what
aberration one - Facsimile One - consists of at this time.
If I did, there would be more headaches out there and more
sick stomachs than I care to take care of this evening. You
know your subject and get that down pat before we take any
further drives along the line. You're on a good, safe
track.

At times you will consider that it definitely is not safe,
though. Some preclear starts exploding before your view and
you'll say, "Oh, my God, what am I doing to this man?" Oh,
you're probahly making him well. If you're following what
I'm telling you, you're making him well.

> and if not, well that's just too bad, we'll cross him
> off the books. (laughter)

Now, you know that any one of you will shine up on that
machine as having at least three personalities - any one of
you. You're aware of this; you're definitely aware of it.
Your recalls contain many instances whereby you went out
one day and you were going to do something, and then a
little voice sort-of said to you, "Well, I don't think you
ought to do that." And you went a little bit further and
another voice said to you, "Well, I'd just fail anyway."
And then you all of a sudden got the idea of failure and
you sort of got quivery in the stomach - anxious about what
would happen to you if you did this. You can remember
sitting around and saying, "Should I?" "No, you shouldn't."
"Oh, I think I ought to." These are personalities arguing
with personalities - just that. Each one is as separate and
distinct as a whole human being.

Now, some of you have a frivolous personality, let's say.
And some of you have a serious personality. And maybe the
same person has a frivolous personality and a serious
personality, and they're always coming into conflict with
each other. You want to be gay, happy, cheerful one day,
and all of a sudden you say, "Well, this is not dignified;
I shouldn't be doing this." It's just as though one person
inside of you is stepping on another person.

You ever have this sensation? Well, there's a third one in
there (audience laughter). You feel pretty noble in this
third one, if you ever get it on and if the others don't
turn it off. And it's actually adjudicating to some degree,
or it's sound asleep.

And sometimes there's a fourth one in your stomach area.
And the fourth one will argue with the third one, which
will argue with the second one, and ... You're a mass of
conflicts, in other words! That's what we know as
conflicts. Just as we would take two people of opposite
personality characteristics and demand that they get along,
one with the other - just as we would take two people and
then demand they get along together, but their opposite
personalities would make it impossible for them to - well,
you can imagine what they would be doing and saying to each
other.

That's usually what's behind the eyes of most men.
Conflict! One Side says, "Be," and the other says, "Don't
be." And then, just for variety, the side that said, "Be"
starts saying, "Don't be," and the side that says, "Don't
be" starts saying, "Be" - almost any subject.

In Book One we had what was known as demon circuits. Well,
these really are circuits, but they can be demonstrated to
be - in an uncleared, unadjusted situation - to be
personalities, very distinct personalities with distinct
characteristics. How did they get that way? Well, are they
there? And where are they? Well, it's very odd but they're
always in the same place in the same people. And from
person to person you can locate them.

Now I'll show you a little experiment, How about all of you
shifting over until you're on the left side of your body.
Shifting over to the left side of your body, looking at me
from the left side of your body. Go ahead, shift over. Be a
little bit of a shock to some of you. Be on the left side
of your body for the moment. Now consider with the left
side of your body. Now let's do a shift, and shift over to
the right side of your body. Shift over to the right side.

Anybody get a little tremor? Little bit - apprehension,
maybe? Something going on here. "How can he stand up there
and... I actually do feel these things." All right, shift
over to the left side again. You can do that, easily. Now
shift center. Shift center - right center. Now shift over to
the left side again.

Now shift center again - right center. Let's be alive in the
center of your being, right here. (tapping)

Now, some of you can shift into your stomachs; not all of
you. Try shifting into your stomach. Be in your stomach for
a moment. Now come up and be center here again.

All right. Any of you feel just a little bit groggy when
you started going center? Mm-hm.

Did any of you get a somatic right there when you started
to shift into the center?

All those who got a somatic right here when you started to
shift to the center, would you please raise your hand.
Mm-hm.

Now, isn't that very interesting, this proportion out of
this small audience? Hah! What is this thing? There
is - potentially for anyone here - there's a somatic right
there in the middle of the forehead. What is it? The
mystic used to call it the "eye of the soul"; somebody
says it's the pineal gland; somebody says it's the
residence of consciousness - they say a lot of things. What
is it? And what would happen if you kept it on very long?
Well, you can keep it on. You can just shift into the
center just like I showed you just a moment ago and turn
it on if you want to. It'd be the first time you were ever
even remotely resembling yourself if you did.

Now, it's quite interesting. This is phenomena. What is
that center-of-the-forehead thing? Is it actually some sort
of a mysterious eye? Or is it you as an individual? Or what
is it?

Maybe it's an engram? And maybe your left side wouldn't
want you to pick that up. Maybe your right side would argue
about picking it up. And maybe your left side would argue
with your right side about it. Interesting sort of a
computation here, isn't it? To be very colloquial, there's
obviously dirty work at the gas house. Why? Why do you
get that somatic?

Oh, you could sit around by yourself and practice for a
while and you'd get it on. Your stomach would start feeling
kind of sick, probably, at the salne time, but you would
have the mysterious mystic's "eye of the soul." By the way,
he will practice for I don't know how many months or years
to get vision with this center eye - he'll practice to do
so, actually. And here some of you had it on for the first
time just (snap) - just like that. Because anybody can turn
it on. Anybody can do anything he wants to with this thing.
And he will do anything with it except run it. And that's
what I'm going to train you how to do: to become an
integrated you. To become one person without conflict,
without central argument, without one side trying to defeat
the games and goals of another side, but just to be you
without any neurosis or anxiety as far as the stomach is
concerned or as far as any of these things are concerned.
And you can decide right now whether or not you want to go
along this track. Do you want to be you? Well, I tell you
that you have to run this thing before you can be you. And
right away some of you are going to feel a little quiver of
"Oh, no!"

Well, it's not very tough. It was done with supersonic
waves - no trick. There's more stuff, electronically right
here in this room than what created that engram. But it was
created a long time ago. And you don't know the history of
your own race, and you don't know why you're here, and you
don't know why you're not free, and you don't know why you
have a left side and a right side - at this moment you don't
know. But in the progress of processing with a co-auditor,
you're going to find out. You are going to find out. And
one of the things about not knowing is the fact that this
engram says specifically not to know. "Mustn't know,
mustn't think about it, mustn't do anything about it."
Rats! It's just an engram! And the second that you know it
is, about eighty percent of its aberrative force goes by
the boards. And you will know and you'll want to know,
and you'll stop dodging it. And the reason you're sitting
in these seats this evening: actually, you do want to
know. You can't go up Tone Scale without knowing.

Now, the map of how you get there consists of knowing,
first, a language of some, let us say, fifty words. That's
the terminology of Dianetics - this terminology. It's not
very difficult terminology, but it's like a language. You
know, if you ever had trouble with geometry, the only
reason you had trouble with geometry is because you
couldn't speak geometry. They started throwing triangles at
you before they taught you what triangle meant!

If you were ever out on the high seas trying to communicate
with another ship, you would know the nonsense of running
up Able Boy Fox when he had no code book. You could run
up Able Boy Fox (which means "Submarine under your bow;
full speed astern," or something of the sort), and you
could run this up and run it up and run it up, and he
would - "Hhhuh, ha, fellow over there is airing out his
flags." And that is basically what is wrong with anyone's
understanding of the subject of Scientology. It says right
here in the signal book, it says Able Boy Fox. And in your
signal book Able Boy Fox means "flags" or it means
something else, but actually, it only means just exactly
what it says here that Able Boy Fox means - which is "Turn
ninety degrees to the right," or whatever it is. Simple?

The way you learn the English language is the way you
should learn a subject. Somebody comes along, he says,
"Table. Table." And pretty soon you say, "Table." That
sound means this object.

Somebody says, "Put down." (thump) "Put down," (thump)
That's an action. So it's a phrase which denotes the action
(thump) "Put down." That's what language is. A word is just
a code. The only way your general semanticist ran
completely off the rails, off the bridge, off the cliff,
was by declaring there was such a thing as an undefinable.
Maybe there was to him (God help him!), but there actually
isn't such a thing as an undefinable, unless you're talking
about something beyond the realm of the knowable. You might
be way out into the blue someplace, along with Kant's
transcendentalism - you might find some undefinables out
there, but not in the field of finite thought, such as
freedom. There is no doubt in anybody's mind what freedom
means; it's not an undefinable.

Some political genius can turn around and change the
meaning of the word freedom, so that it means "freedom from
want." He can say, "Now, freedom - what freedom means now is
'slavery.' " Well, he's got to fool the school kids,
because any time you want to know what freedom is, you can
go and look in Tom Paine, Voltaire, Thomas Jefferson,
Webster's Dictionary, the Oxford Dictionary - any one of
these things will tell you what freedom means. And it's not
freedom from anything, it's just being free - unrestrained.

The way people learn these things - they're MEST words;
they're words of the physical universe. And the way they
learn these things is very finite and very simple. Little
boy's trying to raise his hand, he can't raise his hand.
All right, his hand is held. Now he tries to raise his hand
and he can; his hand is free. There is no doubt in his mind
what freedom for a hand is As far as the English language,
which we are using to transmit the code of knowledge which
is Scientology, there's nothing undefinable; it's all very
simple. But the first task in learning this subject is
simply to learn what the words mean, so that you can use
them freely, so that you don't have to think twice.

Don't be like the'signalman who goes up on the bridge of a
battlewagon, and somebody points over to another ship and
there's a flashing light over there. And the flashing light
is going dit-da, dit-da and flashflash, flash-flash,
flash-flash. And somebody sa)is to this signalman - this
signalman is claiming he's a signalman now, you know; I
mean, he says he is - and they say, "All right, what's he
saying?"

"Well, just a moment, I have to give it some more study."
Oh no, he doesn't. If he's a signalman, dit-da means "A" to
him. And a whole string of dots, sort of read en masse
together, mean a word to him. He has conquered the barrier
of meaning of light flashes.

And the only barrier between this subject and you is your
definition of the words as they are used. They don't mean
something else. Dit-da means "A." And the first thing you
have to learn is that dit-da means "A." When I say thought,
it means a very precise thing - a definable thing; its
definition is so-and-so and so-and-so. When I mean emotion,
its definition is so-and-so and so-and-so. When I mean
effort, its definition is so-and-so and so-and-so.

It's just like learning code. You could sit down and learn
all of these words and their proper definitions probably in
two or three hours of study. I doubt anyone in the subject
studying it so far has actually grilled very hard on its
language. That barrier conquered, nobody can swamp you on
this. It becomes simple beyond simplicity.

Well, what we're trying to do here, then, is give you the
techniques, processes and a map of how you can reach
Milestone One - and that's just Milestone Qne - in this
course. There's many, many other things that Scientology
can embrace and that could be covered by other courses. And
the first way to learn it is to learn its language, its
definition, its processes. And then practice with them on
mild incidents until you can do them perfectly. And all of
a sudden tackle the hig target, blow it, and you're there
at Milestone One. And it doesn't take very long to do it.

And if it takes a long time to do it, then there are only a
few things wrong. Really, there's only one thing wrong: you
didn't learn the language. Or you cannot bring yourself to
agree witln the desirability of reaching Milestone One. One
of those two things will debar you. And there's one more
that might debar you, and that's thinking that eating
carrots, sliced thin and cooked in vinegar for fourteen and
a half hours, is a better technique than Scientology. That
is just another method of avoiding getting to Milestone
One.

Let's take a break now.

(end of lecture.)

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