Author: Hubbard, L. R.
Document date: 1966, 3 April
Document title: Dianetic Auditor Course
Document type: Hubbard Communications Office Bulletin
Book title: The Technical Bulletins of Dianetics and Scientology
Location: Los Angeles
Publisher: Bridge Publications
Description: Hubbard claims his technology produces total freedom in about a year of processing.
Scientology is the route from human being to total freedom and total beingness. Dianetics was the route from aberrated or aberrated and ill human to capable human. This step had never before been achieved in man’s history.
Oddly, the step from human being to a spirit had been achieved, if rarely, but was not generally credited (Buddhism, other spiritual practices, even Christianity). Scientology really achieves it and for the first time with TOTAL stability, no relapse and invariably one for one. Nevertheless man had an inkling of the goals of Scientology even though he considered them almost beyond God.
But man had NO inkling whatever of Dianetics. None. This was the bolt from the blue. Man was hacking and sawing and shocking and injecting and teaching and moralizing and counselling and hanging and jailing men with enthusiasm without any idea at all of what caused man to behave as he did or what made him sick or well.
THE answer was and still is Dianetics.
As we can now go directly toward total freedom on a precise and narrow roadway without any IFs and as it can be done by a human being in about a year minimum time due to my discarding of all non-essentials, by developing the exact steps and techniques of administration, and as the result is so hugely startling grade to grade compared to anything anybody had ever even dreamed of and as the final result was never before known in this universe, we tend to turn up our noses at poor little old Dianetics.
But it was the grandpa, the ancestor, the basic discovery which led to and the reason for Scientology.
Hubbard, L. R. (1966, 3 April). Dianetic Auditor Course (Hubbard Communications Office Bulletin). The Technical Bulletins of Dianetics and Scientology (1991 ed., Vol. VIII, pp. 40-46). Los Angeles: Bridge Publications, Inc.