Author: Hubbard, L. R.
Document date: 1972, 21 October
Document title: Expanded Dianetics Case F
Document type: Hubbard Communications Office Bulletin
Series: Expanded Dianetics Series 13
Book title: The Technical Bulletins of Dianetics and Scientology
Volume: Subject Volume 3
Location: Los Angeles
Publisher: Bridge Publications, Inc.
Description: Hubbard oversees the auditing of an upper level case that is chronically ill, misemotional about auditing and "malingering."
Case level OT IIIX. Chronic sickie. Bypassed Dn case. L11 and L12 over very unflat Dianetics.
Has run well on emotions. Misemotional about auditing. Refused auditor change.
PTS RD done and corrected but no MAA check done.1
LRH Comment and C/S-
Well done by Exams.
This pc had to have another Touch Assist after this session. She is also malingering. Rides motorcycles, dances, yet “too ill to work.” So she goes to SPF* and off MO lines.
1. Fly all ruds Triple.
2. PTS C/S 20 April 72.
We now take gloves off.
*SPF = Steward Project Force
- Translated this case summary states the person has reached the advanced level of OT 3, which involves the Xenu incident, but is still a “sickie” and therefore not an honest completion of Dianetics, which is supposed to handle illness. L 11 and L12 are high-powered Flag only rundowns, which were incorrectly done because the person’s prior Dianetics was not completed. The PTS RD is short for Potential Trouble Source Rundown, a program that processes the person’s relationships with “suppressive persons,” such as people who oppose Scientology. After the PTS RD, the person is supposed to get a follow up interview by the MAA, or Master at Arms in Scientology’s inner core para-military organizations. MAAs, who have similar functions to Ethics Officers in lower organizations, are in charge of Scientology’s Pavlovian conditioning system called Ethics. This case history shows the relationship and actions done between Ethics and Tech on people in trouble, and people on whom the tech hasn’t “worked.” ↩