Lecture: Review of Material
Author: Hubbard, L. R.
Document date: 1950, 7 July
Document title: Review of Material
Document type: lecture transcript
Event: Monday-Wednesday-Friday Course
Location: Elizabeth, New Jersey
Document ID: 5007C07A
Description: Hubbard instructs on how to make someone psychotic with narcosynthesis.
The worst kind of circuitry is the “control yourself” species. For instance, there is some valence saying, “Control yourself, control yourself,” and although this valence is going, “Yes dear, yes dear,” unless we have got a sharp division valence wall, you have set up an additional “I” in place of the natural control post of the mind which is the real “I.” When it gets stronger than the real “I,” we have a psychotic.
We could artificially make it stronger just by restimulating that valence sufficiently hard with something like narcosynthesis so that that control circuit would be so overpoweringly strong that “I” would completely disappear as far as we could observe in watching the person as we enter him into therapy.
Hubbard, L. R. (1950, 7 July). Review of Material. Monday-Wednesday-Friday Course, (5007C07A). Lecture conducted from Elizabeth, New Jersey.