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January 1, 1976 by  
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SPECTATOR, 1. let us look at the definition of OT-cause over thought Life Form Matter Energy Space and Time. As one falls away from that one becomes a spectator, then one becomes effect. In the society today spectatorism is very common. Magazine writers, reporters write weird pieces that look at how odd things are. The writer doesn’t understand them at all. He just watches them. Spectatorism is not so low as total effect. The total effect-no cause-person has mainly a case. He doesn’t even look. (HCO PL 14 Jan 69) 2. spectatorism is very great in our modern society. Because some people cannot conceive of causing anything they just watch it. They don’t do anything. They are not participants. They are spectators. You see this in magazines; a hee, hee, hee article about how odd this is or that is. No understanding of it. It’s just odd and one watches it in a detached sort of way. Below this is somebody who doesn’t even notice. Such a person has to come up scale just to be a spectator. What we need are more participants, more team mates. (OODs 14 Jan 69)

Hubbard, L. R. (1976). Modern Management Technology Defined. Los Angeles: Church of Scientology of California Publications Organization United States.

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