Author: Hubbard, L. R.
Document date: 1962, 24 May
Document title: E Meter Data: Instant Reads Part 1
Document type: lecture transcript
Event: Saint Hill Special Briefing Course
Location: East Grinstead, Sussex
Document ID: SHSBC-162
Description: Hubbard talks about how ancient magicians enchanted their subjects.
This is probably how the ancient magician enchanted things. Possibly princes have turned into deer in the forest. If you took a period in the magic universe when thetans were still capable of mocking up their own bodies, and you pulled some shocking stunt on the person and sandwiched them in there that “You are now a deer,” why, he’d cease to mock up the prince and start mocking up a deer, don’t you see, and he would be an enchanted deer. That would be how enchantments were accomplished. I mean, the mechanism of enchantment is no cruder than that.