Author: Hubbard, L. R.
Document date: 1953, 19 October
Document title: Forget and Remember, Good and Evil (continued)
Document type: lecture transcript
Event: First American Advanced Indoctrination Course
Location: Camden, New Jersey
Document ID: 1ACC-27
Description: Hubbard describes the effect of Geographical Processing on mental pictures and on ideas about God and space; claims that this process takes a human being further than it was ever possible to take a human being before, in Scientology.
This fellow is taking — is doing this: You’re pulling him out of the past — Geographical Processing — you’re pulling him out of the past and the past facsimiles begin to fly off like mad. So you’re eventually going to have to run him all over the universe on this basis. But you do various things. You have churches: You have him be in this church and then be in that church and then be in this church and then be in that church — two churches with which he’s familiar.
And then you have him be in some government place or other and then in some other government place or other.
Now, I leave it largely to your imagination how you get the eighth dynamic. How do you get the eighth dynamic in this society? Huh?
Male voice: God and the devil?
Male voice: Heaven and hell?
Yeah, how do you do it? How do you get off that eighth dynamic?
Oh, don’t do this to me.
Maybe you’re not familiar with Christian religion. See, we’re not breaking down to Scientology and maybe it’s just a breakdown on Christian religion. God is supposed to inhabit all of space in this universe; it’s all his space. So what do you do? You just have the pc chasing around space — fairly definite locations within space, that’s all — without any contact with Earth. MEST universe space, that’s all, and that solves the eighth dynamic. Now, what’s the matter? Aren’t you familiar with the Christian religion? Don’t you know God is omniscient, omnipresent?
Well, we’ve got a process there which takes into account these dynamics. It takes into account certainty. It takes into account motion. And it takes into account exteriorization. The subjective material will peel off. This technique does not end with the MEST universe — I give you that little word of warning — but you solve it with your preclear with regard to the MEST universe and you’re all very much on the high road. You’ve taken a human being further than it was ever possible to take a human being before, in Scientology. It would just be idiotic to say “than he’s ever taken before by psychotherapy” because the only place he’s ever taken by psychotherapy, as near as I can figure out, was hell.
Well, you got this one down? What’s it solve?
Male voice: Motion.
Hubbard, L. R. (1953, 19 October). Forget and Remember, Good and Evil (continued). First American Advanced Indoctrination Course, (1ACC-27). Lecture conducted from Camden, New Jersey.