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FREEZONE BIBLE ASSOCIATION TECH POST

CLASS VIII TAPE TRANSCRIPTS 12/19

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CLASS VIII TAPE TRANSCRIPTS - CONTENTS

01  SEP 24, 1969 WELCOME TO THE CLASS VIII COURSE
02  SEP 25, 1969 WHAT STANDARD TECH DOES
03  SEP 26, 1969 THE LAWS OF CASE SUPERVISION
04  SEP 27, 1969 STANDARD TECH DEFINED
05  SEP 28, 1969 THE STANDARD GREEN FORM AND RUDIMENTS
06  SEP 29, 1969 MECHANICS OF TECHNIQUES AND SUBJECT MATTER
07  SEP 30, 1969 CASE SUPERVISOR DO'S AND DONT'S:
08  OCT  1, 1969 CERTAINTY OF STANDARD TECH
09  OCT  2, 1969 THE LAWS OF LISTING AND NULLING
10  OCT  3, 1969 ASSISTS
11  OCT  7, 1969 ASSESSMENT AND LISTING BASICS
12  OCT  8, 1969 MORE ON BASICS
13  OCT  9, 1969 ETHICS AND CASE SUPERVISION
14  OCT 10, 1969 AUDITOR ATTITUDE AND THE BANK
15  OCT 11, 1969 AUDITORS ADDITIVES, LISTS AND CASE SUPERVISION
16  OCT 12, 1969 STANDARD TECH
17  OCT 13, 1969 THE BASICS AND SIMPLICITY OF STANDARD TECH
18  OCT 14, 1969 THE NEW AUDITOR'S CODE
19  OCT 15, 1969 AN EVALUATION OF EXAMINATION ANSWERS


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The Cof$ abusively suppresses the practice and use of
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The writings of LRH form our Old Testament just as the writings
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6810C08 Class VIII TAPE 12

MORE ON BASICS

The assessment's supposed to catch a little bit of doubt on
it, because you couldn't quite read what he thought about
it, and the other one was a C/S, which was for the birds.
Which wasn't actually germane to the auditing session. And
so, it may be brutal, it may be horrible, but you are
moving right up the line with greater speed than I have
ever seen a group move up before, so I thank you. (Thank you.)

Now, you will find that when an individual has been trained
and trained and trained, and trained by various
instructors, instructors, not supervisors, but he has been
instructed in academies and on the Class VI course and ACCs
or any other kind of course, he's had, he's had a cycle
that he goes through. He begins, he looks at his basics,
and he says, "Yeah, that's right. OK. I'll do it." And then
somebody comes along and says, "Well that isn't quite
right.", and he gives him something else, and steers him
sideways. And so he doesn't quite know whether that was
right or not, but he goes on and does it. And he sort of
gets away with it, and he's not sure. And then he goes
along a little bit further, and he runs into a
contradictory datum or a datum that somebody else says is
contradictory. I'll give you an example. Somebody all of a
sudden said, "All the laws of assessment really apply to
the laws of listing and nulling", and at that moment, why
every auditor has had it. And then somebody came along and
said, "Well assessment, that's old hat. We don't do that
anymore." You want to watch this we don't do that anymore".
And so this noosed up the laws of listing and nulling, and
then somebody says, "Well the tape on that is lost or
something. We don't have that today. But you just do it
like an assessment", and then it's ssss...  It doesn't come
out right. And an auditor wonders what is going on, but he
somehow or other perseveres, and he again doubts his own
grip on basics.

So when we get to the level of Class VIII, and we handle
this. And Class VIII is probably a simpler course than an
academy course. Probably simpler. The data which is
delivered, including C/S now, is so straightforward and so
simple, that it's almost unbelievable. It's incredible that
somebody wouldn't have picked up this data along the track
to begin with, because it was all there. Actually this
current activity is being taught against a great deal of in
tech, out tech activities. But we can't suppose that just
because Class VIII has moved into view that in tech, out
tech, contradictory tech, you were not quite right even
when you did standard tech, will disappear forever from the
planet.

But let me assure you that as the organization gets bigger,
and it does consistently and continuously, that you will
get more and more areas, and the very multiplicity of it,
the numbers of areas which exist, give you that many more
opportunities for things to go wrong.

And I have noticed consistently, consistently that we seem
to run the same time track - The same things happen. An org
starts up in Keokuk. And there is a town called Keokuk. I
hope some day there is an org there, and if there is, why
I'm sorry, because it simply up to date has been used as a
hypothetical area. An imaginary area. Anyway, this org
starts up in Keokuk, and it's going to probably go through
the same convulsions of the Dianetic Foundation, go through
the same errors of the fifties, go through the same
difficulties of the sixties, probably get in fire fights
with the local council, you know this. It'll have,
undoubtedly, a somewhat similar time track to the subject
as a whole. Except it will have it in a small bit. You'll
get somebody, an auditor went to Keokuk and started up
something. Audited quite a few pcs, and moved out and left
them flat on their faces, never finished up. A tour got to
Keokuk and it picked up the cases that were there, but it
generated some more interest, and then some more PCs were
audited, and some of those fell on their faces, but there
was no org there to really take care of it. Finally
somebody puts a franchise center into the area, it goes
squirrely, somebody comes in and begins to give colonics at
the same time their giving intensives, and it folds up. And
then finally, why, a good, steady franchise man gets in
there, it builds up to an organizational status, it begins
to hold on, it starts taking responsibility for the cases
in the area. But this is this planet.

And this is the planet Teegeack. And this planet had a very
sorry history. And to get anything started at all on the
planet is quite miraculous. Quite miraculous. It's a great
tribute to the tenacity and stick-to-ivity and carry forwardness 
of Scientologists that's it's going forward.

And it is, right now. There's some little, tiny pipsqueak
two bit town right at this moment that is trying to pass a
local ordinance or something against Scientology, saying it
is so evil, it is causing fantastic quantities of distress,
and the birds who are trying to pass the law, of course
kill four or five patients a week in the local sanitarium,
by various methods of butchery. And nobody pays any
attention to that. So the planet gives you many
contradictions. It's an incredible, it's an incredible
scene, where you find the cowboy in the black hat is in
charge, and where the bishop has nothing but choir boys in
mind, and he is looked up to as a pillar of the community.
And they wonder why they seem to be eaten all the time by
termites. They're certainly carving into that pillar. But
he is his own termite man. And these things happen. You
see, we wouldn't be at work at all if the planet were in
perfect condition.

Now the hard way to start out a straighten up of the old
galactic confederation would be to start it on the planet
Teegeack. And the people who went through that one could
start it up anyplace, because this was the one which was
hit the hardest. This was the place where they were
brought. So to get it going here is fantastic. And that,
however, doesn't excuse us for tolerating less than
perfection, of pushing forward, of keeping it going, and so
on. It's a lot of work - And the vagaries and wobbles of
auditors and the public, and that sort of thing, no ...
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