Lecture: Games/Goals (5)
Author: Hubbard, L. R.
Document date: 1952, 12 December
Document title: Games/Goals
Document type: lecture transcript
Event: Philadelphia Doctorate Course
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Document ID: PDC-40
Description: Hubbard teaches his doctorate students that they are god-makers.
You’ve got a human being, made into a new kind of human being. It’s a body being monitored by a trap-proof thetan. And that makes quite a guy! Quite a guy. There’s a big difference between that guy and homo sapiens. An enormous guy! This goal is so far beyond the goals of the first Book that I don’t think you could measure ‘em with light wave… meters… light-year meters. It’s just… be… way beyond anything. Because the bird’s immortal!
Maybe you hadn’t… probably… many of you taken even that into consideration. That you’ve just made a god! What is the definition of a god? It’s an immortal. Since time immemorial in this language, the gods are immortal. The immortals are gods. This guy can be… body can be bashed in, so forth, all he’s got to do is pick up another one. Knowingly, full knowingly.
Hubbard, L. R. (1952, 12 December). Games/Goals. Philadelphia Doctorate Course, (PDC-40). Lecture conducted from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.