The more you are willing to discover and to know the more you will discover and know…

The sun will set after a long cold winter

on DM’s Churches of Scientology

The road to truth is very interesting, the more you willing to discover and to know the more you will discover and know…

There is something that you can’t buy or get though, and that is awareness.

Some people just know, than they start looking for data and they end up confirming what they know. Mostly because the necessity to show other people. Since the 3D, average group/bank will do everything to invalidate your kowigness, you gather data.

But if you go too much into the game of having to proof everything you know you get trapped. Sometimes you do not have to answer questions, you do not have to proof.

Just know!

I got the true data studying LRH, I observed people, stats, org, friends, and their level of survival not only as the quality of possessions they have but as spiritual beings…

There are very good people in the Church, people that still believing things can be fixed… they engage in something called ‘rationalization’, I do not think they realize it is actually suppressive to do that.

My answer to people questions is:  ‘look’!

The motion of the org down to the smallest terminal is flowing on arbitraries and suppressive orders. They obey. What condition are they in now? Treason. From the Top Down to the bottom of the org…

“It is when there is more attention on income than on production and delivery that an org or network gets into trouble.”

THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL NETWORK DISBANDED  by L. Ron Hubbard,

HCOPL 31 August 1971 Issue I, Vol VII page 162

HCOPL 7 Dec 1969 Issue II THE ETHIC OFFICER HIS CHARACTER by L. Ron Hubbard (OEC vol I)

“The greatest enemy of the E/O is the reasonable person. There are no good reasons for any outness except:

a)    Natural catastrophe

b)    Suppressive persons

c)     Person who are PTS to suppressive persons.”

Reasonableness is suppressive since it lets oppression continue without action being taken.

Suppressive reasonableness is a common trait.

It comes from THE INABILITY TO CONFRONT EVIL. Evil takes a bit of confronting.

People who want desperately to “have no trouble” often won’t confront and handle trouble.”  “Decent people died and some died horribly.

That doesn’t make a very safe environment, does it?”

“It is true the criminal is in trouble, BUT IT IS ALSO TRUE THAT HE COMMITS CRIMES.

So an E/O doesn’t want somebody in circulation in a group or a society who commits crimes. The job of the E/O is to disconnect and depower the criminal and so protect the group. The criminal, the SP (same thing) is TRYING TO GET EVEN WITH PEOPLE. That’s his common denominator. He does it by covert omissions or overt violence. It all amount to the same thing.”

“An E/O can be used by an SP (with false reports or stupid orders) to needle and hurt a group.”

“An E/O should never discuss staff members who are merely under investigation or act in a way to third party people. An E/O gets the facts and then acts.”

“An E/O’s rehab actions should be limited to reinvestigation on request, correcting actions based on false reports and seeing that Qual does any case handling that comes up.”

“Lots of threats and conditions mean only somebody is SP and a lot of others are PTS.”

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