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Friday, February 8, 2013


Many underhanded ways to sell to people your hatred of them. Just as in the last post I talked about how The Course In Miracles by Helen Schucman, in 'pretty' words, 'noble' words, describes the hate of the ego and tries to bid you to rid yourself of it, in turn showing you hate for humanity. How are we to GET RID of our Ego's? Mh? Our gowns? Our make-up? One grows, one learns, one improves. One doesn't willfully destroy their ego. You may as well be selling suicide to those who will suddenly feel guilty for having an ego. In Carlos Castaneda's books, Don Juan teaches it better, that one must balance their tonal (ego) and nagual (spirit) in order to advance. You don't get rid of your ego just like that. Besides, those are techniques for brainwashing people, as John Lamb Lash showed us in his book "Not In His Image."

One must be cautious and on their guard for the Psychopathically ill. Such as L. Ron Hubbard. Many have been swayed with the appearance of charm and what they figured was convincing desire to help others. Well it could not be further from the truth. His psychopathy shows itself throughout his entire life. Just read Wikipedia for a comprehension of what I mean. Everything was of a selfish nature, he only wanted money and got it any way he could, without thought for the health of others. He didn't care one bit for others. Let's take a  look.

I was reading earlier "The Brainwashing Manual" by L. Ron Hubbard. He said it was taken from Russian text somewhere. Big lie. He wrote it himself. Here is an excerpt out of the book. Doesn't it resemble the style employed in The Course in Miracles? Author, Jesus Christ? Dictated to Helen Schucman to put before the public in book form.

"In order to induce a high state of hypnogogy in an individual, a group, or a population, an
element of terror must always be present on the part of those who would govern. The
psychiatrist is aptly suited to this role, for his brutalities are committed in the name of
science and are inexplicably complex, and entirely out of view of the human
understanding. A sufficient popular terror of the psychiatrist will, in itself, bring about
insanity on the part of many individuals. A psychopolitical operative, then, can, entirely
cloaked with authority, commence and continue a campaign of propaganda, describing
various "treatments" which are administered to the insane. A psychopolitical operative
should at all times insist that their treatments are therapeutic and necessary*. He can, in
all of his literature and his books, list large numbers of pretended cures by these means.
But these "cures" need not actually produce any recovery from a state of disturbance.
As long as the psychopolitical operative or his dupes are the only authorities as to the
difference between sanity and insanity, their word as to the therapeutic value of such
treatment will be the final word."

"To be obeyed, one must be believed. If one is sufficiently believed, one will
unquestioningly be obeyed

About the Course in Miracles: "Can  you remember the first time you tried to read chapter 1 through, knowing very little about the Course? It's a very difficult read and most first time readers are more confused than informed by it. Concepts, and concepts that are often entirely new to a first time reader, are packed into paragraphs with high density and strike the reader like a machine-gun burst. There is no time to absorb one before the next appears..."

That is similar to coercive hypnosis. One babbles all kinds of things really fast so that the conscious mind cannot follow it, therefore the covert hypnotist can slide anything he wants into the subconscious mind. I've seen it at work, I've personally experienced someone from the army do it to me, but I slipped away. On this site (click the link) on coercive hynosis it says:

"TACTIC 4. Frequent and intense attempts are made to cause a person to re-evaluate the most central aspects of his or her experience of self and prior conduct, in negative ways. Efforts are designed to destabilize and undermine the subject's basic consciousness, reality awareness, world view, emotional control, and defense mechanisms as well as getting them to reinterpret their life's history, and adopt a new version of causality.

TACTIC 5. Intense and frequent attempts are made to undermine a person's confidence in himself and his judgment, creating a sense of powerlessness.

TACTIC 6. Nonphysical punishments are used such as intense humiliation, loss of privilege, social isolation, social status changes, intense guilt, anxiety, manipulation and other techniques for creating strong aversive emotional arousals, etc.

TACTIC 7. Certain secular psychological threats [force] are used or are present: That failure to adopt the approved attitude, belief, or consequent behavior will lead to severe punishment or dire consequence,...

"Brain-Washing (book) :  It says that it is a transcript of a speech on the use of psychiatry as a means of social control, given by Lavrenty Beria in the Soviet Union in 1950. However L. Ron Hubbard, Jr., son of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, stated:

"Dad wrote every word of it. Barbara Bryan and my wife typed the manuscript off his dictation." [3]

Hubbard's former editor, John Sanborn, confirmed Hubbard Jr.'s testimony.[1]

(It's like saying Jesus Christ dictated the Course in Miracles, but when you could look on the other side of the surface mumbo, you would find out it is someone impersonating Christ so that you would listen to them, because they already know you Want Christ and you Want to listen to Christ, so why not use the name Jesus Christ, so your babble will be listened to.)

Hubbard tried to present the Federal Bureau of Investigation with a copy, but the Bureau expressed skepticism about the document's authenticity. [4] The book has Beria using obvious Hubbardisms such as "thinkingness" or "pain-drug-hypnosis", and making an unlikely mention of Dianetics side by side with Christian Science and Catholicism as major world wide "healing groups".

In 1963 the Australian Board of Inquiry regarded the book as written by Hubbard, something that neither Hubbard nor the Church of Scientology's HASI Hubbard Association of Scientologists International refuted at the time."

And there's more!

Lecture: Control

Author: Hubbard, L. R.
Document date: 1957, 14 January
Document title: Control
Document type: lecture transcript
Event: Sixteenth American Advanced Clinical Course
Location: Washington, DC
Document ID: 16ACC-09
Description: Hubbard "levels with" his Advanced Clinical Course students about control; suggests that Scientology could set itself up as a black-cowled priesthood; claims that Scientology can brainwash someone in 20 seconds.
As I said, I’m leveling with you. This is an ACC. We can tell you all sorts of interesting ways to produce a tremendous number of effects. I could give you some formulas that would be so complex on the subject of control and how it controlled and to what you appealed and which you did when and where, that you would feel vastly edified. And you would wonder why in the name of common sense your preclears didn’t respond really well: Their habit patterns changed, and you got a little shift on their APAs1. Their IQ had a tendency to shift a little bit. But actually, for some reason or other…
We could set ourselves up as a black-cowled priesthood. The only reason we would do that is because we were fresh out of total game; we were in a position where we hated everybody, cared nothing for anything, totally out of communication in all directions. Yes, we could set up as a black-cowled priesthood with a tremendous number of mysteries, and boy, could we deal off the bottom of the mental deck! We can brainwash a man in twenty seconds. What more do you want? That’s enough technique to conquer the world.
Hubbard, L. R. (1957, 14 January). Control. Sixteenth American Advanced Clinical Course, (16ACC-09). Lecture conducted from Washington, DC.


Here's a little looky in Wiki:

"A few weeks after becoming "Dr." Hubbard, he wrote to Helen O'Brien — who had taken over the day-to-day management of Scientology in the United States — proposing that Scientology should be transformed into a religion.[194] As membership declined and finances grew tighter, Hubbard had reversed the hostility to religion that he had voiced in Dianetics.

"Dr." Hubbard went to his cupboard, found it empty, and so decided to go mind control everyone to get money.

His letter to O'Brien discussed the legal and financial benefits of religious status.[195] The idea may not have been new; Hubbard has been quoted as telling a science fiction convention in 1948: "Writing for a penny a word is ridiculous. If a man really wants to make a million dollars, the best way would be to start his own religion."[134][196][197] The Church of Scientology has denied that Hubbard said this and insists that it is a misattributed quote that was said instead by George Orwell, although they offer no proof of this claim.[198] Hubbard outlined plans for setting up a chain of "Spiritual Guidance Centers" charging customers $500 for twenty-four hours of auditing ("That is real money ... Charge enough and we'd be swamped."). He wrote:

I await your reaction on the religion angle. In my opinion, we couldn't get worse public opinion than we have had or have less customers with what we've got to sell. A religious charter would be necessary in Pennsylvania or NJ to make it stick. But I sure could make it stick.[199]

O'Brien was not enthusiastic and resigned the following September, worn out by work.[200] She criticized Hubbard for creating "a temperate zone voodoo, in its inelasticity, unexplainable procedures, and mindless group euphoria."[201] He nonetheless pressed ahead and on December 18, 1953, he incorporated the Church of Scientology, Church of American Science and Church of Spiritual Engineering in Camden, New Jersey

Psychopathy. The illness that needs to be recognized and dealt with correctly.

"Shannon's findings were acquired by Gerry Armstrong, a Scientologist who had been appointed Hubbard's official archivist.[322] He had been given the job of assembling documents relating to Hubbard's life for the purpose of helping Omar V. Garrison, a non-Scientologist who had written two books sympathetic to Scientology, to write an official biography. However, the documents that he uncovered convinced both Armstrong and Garrison that Hubbard had systematically misrepresented his life. Garrison refused to write a "puff piece" and declared that he would not "repeat all the falsehoods they [the Church of Scientology] had perpetuated over the years." He wrote a "warts and all" biography while Armstrong quit Scientology, taking five boxes of papers with him. The Church of Scientology and Mary Sue Hubbard sued for the return of the documents while settling out of court with Garrison, requiring him to turn over the nearly completed manuscript of the biography.[323] In October 1984 Judge Paul G. Breckenridge ruled in Armstrong's favor, saying:
The evidence portrays a man who has been virtually a pathological liar when it comes to his history, background and achievements. The writings and documents in evidence additionally reflect his egoism, greed, avarice, lust for power, and vindictiveness and aggressiveness against persons perceived by him to be disloyal or hostile. At the same time it appears that he is charismatic and highly capable of motivating, organizing, controlling, manipulating and inspiring his adherents. He has been referred to during the trial as a "genius," a "revered person," a man who was "viewed by his followers in awe." Obviously, he is and has been a very complex person and that complexity is further reflected in his alter ego, the Church of Scientology.
(The Christ of Scientology)

Here are three critical biographical accounts of his life, in PDF books.

Bare-Faced Messiah, The True Story Of L.Ron Hubbard - Russel Miller

L.Ron Hubbard, Messiah or Madman? - Bent Corydon

A Piece of Blue Sky, Scientology, Dianetics & L. Ron Hubbard Exposed - Jon Atack

Oh, by the way, while reading Dianetics The Modern Science of 'Mental' Health by L.Ron Hubbard,
immediately on the 4th page it shows what exactly 'mental' health he's talking about.

The dianetic "release" is comparable to a current normal or above.
The dianetic "clear" is to a current normal individual,
 as the current normal is to the severely insane.

The severely insane, is what a dianetic clear thinker is.

"Coercive persuasion is antithetical to the First Amendment. It is the unfair manipulation of other's biological and psychological weaknesses and susceptibilities. It is a psychological FORCE technology, not of a free society, but of a criminal or totalitarian society. Any organization using coercive persuasion on its members as a CENTRAL practice that also claims to be a religion is turning the SANCTUARY of the First Amendment into a fortress for psychological assault. It is a contradiction of terms and should be "disestablished." Coercive persuasion is a subtle, compelling psychological force which attacks an even more fundamental and important freedom than our "freedom of religion." ITS REPREHENSIBILITY AND DANGER IS THAT IT ATTACKS OUR SELF-DETERMINISM AND FREE WILL, OUR MOST FUNDAMENTAL CONSTITUTIONAL FREEDOMS."

Would you to persist in reading The Course in Miracles, by Helen Schucman, make sure you remember to place the word "Illuminati" in everytime you see the word "Jesus Christ" or "Sons" or "Sonship" or "God"...and know that it is all a male fantasy of power and control, insecure because they have shoved their right brain, feminine, yin side, out the door.

Talk about subtle use of force and manipulating the free will of others, trying to deceive you about what free will is, by their definition. Here are the first sentences in the book "course in miracles":

"This is a course in miracles. It is a required* course. Only the time you take it is voluntary. Free will does not mean that you can establish the curriculum. It means only that you may elect what you want to take at a given time."

That's obviously illuminati-style greed for control, tyrannically oriented writing. Someone who wants to dominate over others. There's no brotherhood in there. It's a farce. Look:

"A psycho(pathic)political operative should at all times insist that their treatments are
therapeutic and necessary*. "

TACTIC 5. Intense and frequent attempts are made to undermine a person's confidence in himself and his judgment, creating a sense of powerlessness.

TACTIC 6. Nonphysical punishments are used such as intense humiliation, loss of privilege, social isolation, social status changes, intense guilt, anxiety, manipulation and other techniques for creating strong aversive emotional arousals, etc.

TACTIC 7. Certain secular psychological threats [force] are used or are present.

And those Khazarian false Jews are running around saying, 'the punctuation, the punctuation,' and 'oh no, what kind of titles should be put on?' 'the punctuation the punctuation!' Meanwhile back at the ranch, they don't think to even look at the content of the crap they've been told to write.

"There's no good and evil! Here, can I delude your mind? This is Jesus Christ dictating a book in my head, really!"

"Oh would you put that good and evil out of your head! We're ALL the same. Let the robber into your house would you? There is no difference between you and him!"

"We're not here to learn about good and evil, no! We're here to roll our eyes into our heads and have smiles on our faces as we whistle along down the road."

 Read page 65 of this document (page 69 on the sheet itself).

                                         Jacques Vallee - UFO's - The Psychic Solution, 1977

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