Lecture: Thetan Control, Part II – Handling Occlusion
Author: Hubbard, L. R.
Document date: 1953, 8 October
Document title: Thetan Control, Part II - Handling Occlusion
Document type: lecture transcript
Event: First American Advanced Clinical Course
Location: Camden, New Jersey
Document ID: 1ACC-05
Description: Elsewhere Hubbard identified God as the MEST (physical) universe. Here he talks about police as representing that universe because of their desire to stop motion.
Any occluded case – it just responds fabulously to this. Boy, are they convinced they’re under arrest! Why? Because they’re trying to hold motion. And that’s what the cops are trying to do.
Whatever you say about police, they are only trying to do one thing, and that’s stop motion. They’re the stop – they’re the best approximation of the MEST universe that you could make, really – justice and the police, courts. And the police themselves just – all they want to do is just stop motion.
Hubbard, L. R. (1953, 8 October). Thetan Control, Part II – Handling Occlusion. First American Advanced Clinical Course, (1ACC-05). Lecture conducted in Camden, New Jersey.