Earth does not have a truly decent group for people to participate in.
The people are wandering in a decent-group desert, craving a drink.
They want water so badly even sewer water starts holding some appeal.
Wishfully looking through rose-colored glasses, stench becomes rain.
As the rose-colored glasses come off, you see more of what is actually there.
And it is not a pretty sight.
What Scientologists have done is accepted a false premise that Ron Hubbard is the source of Dianetics and Scientology and that he was a truthful man, only seeking to free people.
As this book shows, L. Ron Hubbard was not the source of Dianetics and Scientology. The source was mostly some other people, who were working for British intelligence. Ron Hubbard was no exception, he was also an agent for British intelligence.
These people working for British intelligence were not researching with good intentions, they were looking for a way to modify behavior so they could transform men into what the British slavemasters want them to be – willing subjects under the British nobility. Ron Hubbard was a supporter in that endeavor.
When you discard the false premise that Hubbard was an honest man with only good intentions, and you start to examine these subjects, you find the subjects contain very little truth, and they are actually riddled with falsities.
Scientologists have been misled to believe that Ron Hubbard is the originator of the ideas found in Dianetics and Scientology. They were not Hubbard’s ideas, they were formulated by other men who were conducting research into mental and spiritual phenomena.
The subjects of mental and spiritual phenomena were taken over by the most evil men in history.
They used demented minions to research and develop mental and spiritual so-called science.
These men and their minions have caused unjust death and suffering to hundreds of millions of people.
They have brought the world national debt, income taxes, inflation, economic hardship, and wars.
They have toppled leaders of countries through a coup, to maintain those countries in a slave state.
Their atrocious crimes against humanity would fill a huge book.
They have amassed great fortunes through despicable means, such as slave-trafficking, drug-trafficking,
instigating and financing wars, self-serving banking practices and self-serving businesses.
The British slavemasters have a problem, the rest of humanity does not agree to their idea that the British nobility should rule the world. They do not want to be obedient subjects, servants, and slaves, who live under the boot and say-so of the British aristocracy.
Most men want to live as free men who live under their own will and say-so.
But the British nobility are obsessed with their idea and they have been making war on the rest of humanity in every way imaginable to mold men into what the slavemasters want them to be – obedient British subjects.
Everything the British slavemasters do is related to their goal to rule the world.
They don’t care about anyone’s mental or spiritual well-being. Their interest in the mind and spirit was to learn how to control men, so they could modify his behavior into what they want men to be.
The Cecil family used demented minions, who were working as British intelligence agents, to conduct research into mental and spiritual phenomena, and they assembled all the basic mental, spiritual and religious ideas found in Dianetics and Scientology. That includes the therapy used.
Ron Hubbard was recruited by British intelligence. They groomed him to be the front man for their subjects.
A small amount of the ideas presented are factual, but many of the ideas are not true.
These factual ideas can be of some assistance, but they are only being used as Bait.
Dianetics and Scientology are Bait + Hidden Hook.
Just like fishing – only in this case it’s fishing for men.
The Bait is covering up a Hidden Hook.
The Hidden Hook is that Ron Hubbard told Scientologists to support world rule by the British slavemasters.
It is hoped that you make an error in thinking like this – some ideas are true or good, therefore all the ideas presented must be true or good. That is how you get tricked into swallowing the Hidden Hook.
The subject of Scientology was started by Stephen Pearl Andrews, who was a Spiritualist.
Spiritualists believe a person who died still existed as a spirit and they could be communicated with.
Arthur Balfour was a member of the Cecil family.
The same year that Andrews started Scientology, the idea was taken up by the Cecil family. In 1871
, Arthur Balfour and his in-laws formed a private group to study paranormal phenomena. The private group consists of members of the Cecil family – Lord Rayleigh, Henry Sidgwick, Edmund Gurney, Eleanor Balfour, Evelyn Balfour, Stanton Moses, Walter Leaf. This group was the beginning of the Society for Psychical Research
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The subject of Dianetics was started in 1880 by psychiatrist Josef Breuer.
Sigmund Freud lived and worked in Vienna, Austria.
The mentor of Sigmund Freud was psychiatrist Josef Breuer.
Breuer was treating Bertha Pappenheim in the summer of 1880. She was a disturbed woman showing hysterical symptoms. He found that when she recalled a series of memories back to a traumatic memory, one of her many symptoms would disappear.
Breuer was treating her with hypnosis twice a day and eventually all of her symptoms were gone. Breuer drew two important conclusions from his work with Bertha: that her symptoms were the result of thoughts that were buried in her unconscious and that when these thoughts were spoken and became conscious, the symptoms disappeared.
Bertha Pappenheim aka Annie O
The first example came soon after she had refused to drink for a while: She recalled seeing a woman drink from a glass that a dog had just drunk from. While recalling this, she experienced strong feelings of disgust…and then had a drink of water! Her symptom, an avoidance of water, disappeared as soon as she remembered its root event, and experienced the strong emotion that would be appropriate to that event.
They noticed that simply remembering the incident was insufficient to produce a cure, the emotions had to be experienced for the release of symptoms to take place. They also noticed that you had to go earlier in time on a chain of similar traumatic incidents.
Freud said: “What left the symptom behind was not always a single experience. On the contrary, the result was usually brought about by the convergence of several traumas, and often by the repetition of a great number of similar ones. Thus it was necessary to reproduce the whole chain of pathogenic memories in chronological order, or rather in reversed order, the latest ones first and the earliest ones last; and it was quite impossible to jump over the later traumas in order to get back more quickly to the first, which was often the most potent one.”
They also noticed that the patient commonly used a particular phrase, and that repetition of that phrase would bring traumatic experiences into view. (Dianetics also used this method, calling it repeater technique.)
Breuer called this catharsis therapy, from the Greek word for cleansing.
It was also called abreactive therapy.
Freud began using this “cathartic treatment” under Breuer’s guidance. In 1893 Breuer and Freud summed up their joint explorations of this form of psychotherapy in a book called Studies in Hysteria.
The process of bringing repressed ideas and feelings into consciousness. The reliving of past traumatic experiences buried in the subconscious, to release the repressed emotions associated with it.
This is the exact same therapy
used in Dianetics and Scientology.
The theory of the existence of a subconscious mind was the basis of Dianetics and Scientology processing.
Hubbard called it the Reactive Mind. The cathartic method developed by Breuer and Freud, is the therapy used.
The early part of Freud’s work back around 1894 was good and we can use it.
…Breuer’s first belief in the subject of mental catharsis… Breuer was pretty right.
It was Breuer’s theory that full recall equaled full sanity…
LRH book Research and Discovery Series Volume 1 pages 68, 440, 441
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In 1882, Arthur Balfour created the Society for Psychical Research.
The SPR was the vehicle they used to research and develop Dianetics and Scientology. They conducted scientific research into all mental and spiritual phenomena. In the Society for Psychical Research we have the initial Scientologists and the collection place of the mental, spiritual and religious data that they used to formulate Dianetics and Scientology.
In their investigations into mental and spiritual phenomena they had encountered some charlatans, but they had also encountered some people who could actually do the various mental and spiritual phenomena. This was so much the case that even the skeptics came to the conclusion that the mental and spiritual phenomena were real.
Some Spiritualists were members of the SPR and also served as subjects to study.
Leonore E. Piper of Boston, USA, allowed herself to be subjected to the most exacting scientific investigation of her Mediumship for a period of 45 years. Dr. Richard Hodgson made a study of the Mediumship of Leonore Piper, through which he became completely convinced of the reality of spirit return.
They investigated hypnotism, telepathy, communicating with spirits of the departed, mediums, and every other mental and spiritual phenomena. They also extensively researched abreactive therapy – Sigmund Freud
was a member of the SPR.
In 1882, the Oahspe was published in London and New York.
It was a new Bible preaching Brothers of Light religion. It talked about the numerous evil demons that inhabit a human body. Brothers of Light sects sought to rid themselves of demon influence and then they would unite with god. That is exactly what is done on the Scientology advanced levels. First you rid yourself of the evil demons, then you unite with god.
The Society for Psychical Research incorporated the Oahspe into its beliefs.
Frederic Myers was a member of the Society for Psychical Research. The major attempt to synthesize the great mass of data which had been gathered by SPR was undertaken by Frederic Myers in his work published in 1903.
The book was The Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death Volume I and Volume II.
It has been called a classic, that has established psychical research as an organized science –
established Scientology, the first written work of Scientology.
Myers was widely read in all the fields of knowledge of his day. His book is still regarded as the most important single work in the history of psychical research. Even those who do not accept his hypothesis of the survival of the soul are indebted to his explorations of the unconscious and subliminal regions of the personality.
Here are some quotes from the book.
…each man is essentially a spirit, controlling an organism which is itself a complex of lower and smaller lives.
The process begins, then, with something which is to the psychical organism no more than a boil or a corn is to the physical.
The first symptom… is thus the idee fixe, that is to say, the persistence of an uncontrolled and unmodifiable group of thoughts or emotions, which… become alien and intrusive, so that some special idea or image presses into consciousness with undue and painful frequency.
Some of these conscious groupings have got separated from the ordinary stream of consciousness.
Such tumours of the mind may sometimes be psychologically cut down upon and removed by free discussion; “talked out,” as Dr. Breuer has it.
Every evening Dr. Breuer hypnotised her, and then inquired as to the origin of each symptom in turn. So soon as the cause of each accident of this kind was traced and discussed …the perversion …disappeared. It is as though the past passage of life was re-lived, and altered in the re-living.
But by strong suggestions in a waking or lightly hypnotised state,—placing his hand on the patient’s forehead,—Dr. Freud was able to evoke a stream of pictorial memory…
He called upon her to picture thus the scene required. Then slowly and fragmentarily “a picture rises to the surface”. “Go on looking at the picture,” replies Dr. Freud, “it will develop and specialise itself.”
The distinction, then, between supraliminal and subliminal,…in short, between the thoughts and sensations which fall within our ordinary waking consciousness and those which find place beneath or outside it… the basis of the distinction is… a purely psychological one: it is founded on the attempt to analyse the relation of one chain of memory to another chain of memory…
…there are occasional indications that some memory of the pain, say, of an operation, has persisted in some stratum of the personality;—thus apparently indicating that there was somewhere an actual consciousness of the pain when the operation was performed.
The spirit is more powerful… to act in partial independence of the organism.
…the spirit can… partially quit and return to the body.
The evidence for communication from the departed is now in my personal estimate quite as strong as that for telepathic communication between the living; and it is moreover evidence which inevitably alters and widens our conception of telepathy between living men.
But, given telepathy, we have some psychical agency connected with man operating apart from his organism. …we have an element of his personality… operating when his organism is destroyed. There is therefore no very great additional burden in supposing that an element of his personality may operate apart from his organism, while that organism still exists.
I would say in crude terms that the soul keeps the body alive by attending to it… Bodily death ensues when the soul’s attention is wholly and irrevocably withdrawn from the organism… Life means the maintenance of this attention…
That conception is the co-existence and interpenetration of a real or spiritual with this material or phenomenal world…
You can see the subject of Dianetics and the subject of Scientology in the book.
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During World War I, some psychiatrists were brought into the British Army to treat shell-shocked soldiers.
John Rees was one. They used abreactive therapy to treat the soldiers suffering from battle neurosis.
the reliving of past traumatic experiences buried in the subconscious,
to release the repressed emotions associated with it
Catharsis, abreaction and Dianetics are 3 words that all mean the same type of therapy –
the reliving of past traumatic incidents to release repressed emotions.
John Rawlings Rees worked for British intelligence, which is the same as saying the Cecil family.
They were not interested in anyone’s mental health, they were trying to figure out how to make men into killers,
so they could be sent back into the war with a new attitude – they were willing to go kill other people.
After World War I ended, these same psychs went to work on the general population.
In 1920 the Tavistock Institute of Medical Psychology (aka Tavistock Clinic) was formed.
John Rees and his psych pals in the British Army go to work at Tavistock Clinic.
Now they were doing abreactive therapy on the general population.
After the war, in 1920, the Tavistock Clinic was founded for outpatient psychotherapy.
…the best results with the war neuroses are obtained when they have active treatment. “Psychosurgery” in the shape of abreaction followed by simple re-education should as a rule precede a period of rest under narcosis.
There is, however, no question that the general method of abreaction followed by sedation is applicable to many cases in civilian life…
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In 1928, when Ron Hubbard was 17 years old, he went to China where he was recruited for British intelligence by Ian MacBean. Hubbard spent six months in China under the tutelage of Ian MacBean.
Hubbard in Peking
under the tutelage of British MI6 agent Ian MacBean
Thereafter, Ron Hubbard consistently carried out covert British intelligence assignments, one after the other.
You can read about that in Scientology Roots Chapter Nine – 1 Hubbard’s Lifelong Intelligence Career.
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Another British psychiatrist who worked with John Rees was William Walters Sargant.
Both of them worked for British intelligence.
John Rawlings Reese William Walters Sargant
Starting in 1935, Sargant practiced abreactive therapy for 35 years. Sargant used drugs, such as ether, in combination with abreactive therapy. The purpose of the drugs was to break down the patient’s resistance to experiencing emotion.
In the summer of 1940 we were already prescribing barbiturates… to produce a semidrunken state which helped them to release some of their inhibited emotions of terror, anger, frustration and despair.
It has since come to be called “drug abreaction”; the term “abreaction” dating from the time of Breuer and Freud’s early studies in the treatment of hysteria, when they observed that some patients were helped by “just talking it out.”
Freud had found that “affectless memories, memories without any release of emotion” were almost useless; meaning that unless a doctor could get his patients to relive the emotions originally associated with a repressed experience that had caused a neurosis, the mere fact of his remembering the experience would not constitute a cure.
Sadler consequently defined “abreaction” as – “a process of reviving the memory of a repressed unpleasant experience and expressing in speech and action the emotions related to it, thereby relieving the personality of its influence.”
In 1944, we also began using ether to induce abreaction, instead of barbituates, we immediately noticed a great difference in our patients behavior. In most cases ether released a far greater degree of explosive excitement, which made their recital of events extremely poignant or dramatic.
– The Battle For The Mind: A Physiology of Conversion and Brain-Washing byWilliam Sargant
Sargant was a sadistic nutcase who pioneered Pain-Drug-Hypnosis. PDH was an attempt to find a method where they could “modify an individual’s behavior by covert means”.
Before, during and after World War II, Sargant was butchering people with pain-drug-hypnosis treatments.
After abreactive therapy he would drug them into a coma for three months, and electric shock them while
playing tapes that implanted suggestions and commands.
They were looking for a way to make a person do what they told him to do – even if that was against his will.
They are trying to force action without decision.
To hear this completely snobbish and creepy-sounding man live in a 1967 BBC interview – check out this video (cued to Sargent talking)
The best result they got using PDH, was a person who exhibited a behavior change for 2 months.
Thus they had to rely on another method of behavior modification wherein they would trick the person into modifying his behavior. This is where Dianetics and Scientology came into use to mold man into what the slavemasters want him to be.
One more point must be made in this context; many patients who have been subjected to repeated abreactions during a period of months and even years, on the psycho-therapeutic couch, are known to become increasingly sensitive to the therapists suggestions. He may then be able to change their previous behavior patterns without too much difficulty; they respond more willingly when he attempts to implant new ideas in them, or new interpretations of old ideas, which they would have rejected without hesitation before they developed a “transference” to him.
– The Battle For The Mind: A Physiology of Conversion and Brain-Washing byWilliam Sargant
People in Scientology are subjected to years of abreactive therapy, which opens them up to implanted suggestions from Ron Hubbard. Now they willingly accept the Gospel of Hubbard – resulting in behavior modification. They accept Hubbard’s command to support the British New World Order.
Right after World War II ends, the New World Order people and their minions start a big push on their behavior modification for humanity. Their mental health movement is a primary vehicle used in their political operation to bring about the New World Order.
Harry Stack Sullivan was an American psychiatrist who strongly advocated for world citizenship.
In 1948, he went to London where he was a key figure in forming the World Federation for Mental Health.
They defined mental health as – acceptance of World Citizenship!
That is not mental health, that is a British political operation masquerading as mental health.
Thus began their campaign that everyone in the world needs their mental health treatment.
Hubbard supported that mental health operation, he advocated world government headed by the British.
Now they start grooming Ron Hubbard to be the front man for their subjects of Dianetics and Scientology. Hubbard spends years practicing abreactive therapy on mental patients at two mental institutions –
Chestnut Lodge Sanitarium and Saint Elizabeth’s Hospital. He treats 1,000 mental patients.
Chestnut Lodge Rockville, MD – image by Austin K. 2008
St. Elizabeth’s Hospital
Now, you would just be amazed how many cases resolve in an institution. I know, I’ve put my collar on backwards many a day and audited psychos in institutions, in many a yesteryear.
– Suppressives And GAEs, an LRH lecture 2 August 1966
Take a good look at this, now. Why would a mental institution allow a layman like Hubbard into the institution to practice on patients? They would never allow that!
The reason it was allowed was because those two mental institutions were headed by British intelligence agents – Harry Stack Sullivan and Winfred Overholser.
Harry Stack Sullivan was the leading psychiatrist at Chestnut Lodge Sanitarium.
Harry Stack Sullivan
Winfred Overholser was Superintendent at Saint Elizabeth’s Hospital.
Dr. Winfred Overholser
In May 1950, Ron Hubbard writes Dianetics, Modern Science of Mental Health.
Hubbard was fulfilling his role to propagate the British slavemaster mental health agenda on the general population. Remember, everyone in the world needs their mental health treatment – so they can become world citizens under rule by the British nobility.
In the book Scientology 0-8 Ron Hubbard makes this statement –
Man had no inkling whatever of Dianetics. None. This was the bolt from the blue.
Why did Ron Hubbard tell that fantastic lie?
He was hiding who he was working for and their covert evil agenda.
The Society for Psychical Research knew there was an awareness and recording of pain during periods of unconsciousness. Hubbard’s discovery was there is an awareness and recording of everything that happens during periods of unconsciousness. Addressing what happened during the unconscious period is what made Dianetics more effective than the previous uses of abreactive therapy.
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The idea that Ron Hubbard is the source of Dianetics and Scientology is disinformation.
The British slavemasters developed Dianetics and Scientology. They do not care about anyone’s mental or spiritual well being. They were only interested in how to mold men into being obedient subjects under their rule.
The covert evil purpose of Dianetics and Scientology
has now been exposed.
British intelligence headquarters
Ron Hubbard told Scientologists to support the formation of a World Government, World Army, and World Bank –
and that means he is advocating the British New World Order.
L. Ron Hubbard – British intelligence agent
Scientology covertly transforms you into a Brother of Light and a British subject.
Dianetics and Scientology = Bait + Hidden Hook
In fishing, you are not feeding the fish.
The fish is fooled into thinking there is some food, but when he eats the presented Bait, he is caught by the Hidden Hook and that leads to his demise.
Whatever good may come from Scientology practice is outweighed by the ultimate evil it is forwarding.
The British nobility has caused death and suffering to hundreds of millions of people.
The British nobility are ruthless men, lacking compassion or caring for their fellow man.
The British nobility was who Hubbard worked for and told Scientologists to support.
L. Ron Hubbard was not “mankind’s greatest friend”.
As an agent for the British slavemasters – he was one of mankind’s greatest enemies.