Author: Hubbard, L. R.
Document date: 1952, 3 December
Document title: The Track of Thetan/GE, Space/Time
Document type: lecture
Event: Philadelphia Doctorate Course
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Document ID: PDC-08
Description: Hubbard discusses the power of thetans and gives the origin of "epileptic form" seizures.
Trouble with the bodies here on earth, they’re quite pretty. Bodies were prettier once, than they are now, by the way. And uh.. the.. this was fine. But that body was capable of sensation. Very often the thetan had.. the furthest thing from his mind was.. was anything like picking up a secondary second-rate second-hand sensation someplace or other. So uh.. he.. he.. he wouldn’t be thinking about this, maybe he was uh.. very happy.. uh.. I heard one last night that is quite.. quite usual on the better run of thetans.. they were guardians of a wood, or something. Yeah – they’re.. they’re guardian of wood, and they took care of this area and they were just fine, and they safeguarded animals in this area.
Shows you that the GE1 is pretty special, pretty high-powered when.. uh.. thetans uh.. thetans don’t pay too much attention to animal sensations, not until they’ve had something to do with a GE uh.. monitored by it. All right.
The thetan perhaps got in trouble with this character, maybe this thetan.. maybe this thetan was a sort of a guardian of the wood, and he was minding his own business, and.. and watching the animals around and so on, and everything’s fine. And one day maybe.. maybe one of these Homo something or others, pre-Homo Hapienses uh.. dug a pit and caught one of the deer. Mmm-Yerr! The sense of justice of a thetan would be such as to punish. How would he punish this fellow? Well, he’d probably punish this fellow by throwing a good heavy electronic beam at him, ka-bap! And by the way, your preclears very often will experience a very minor electronic shock, enough to practically knock their heads off, but a minor shock, uh.. when running something, a ridge or something like that’ll explode or give way. It’s very fascinating. It’s an electrical impact, just as thoroughly electrical impact as though you.. you had blown up an.. a big static machine or something in front of you.
Well anyway, a thetan can put out a pretty good electrical impact, and his commonest activity when he’s going to punish something like that is to nip it. He slaps it on either side of its motor control panels and the thing goes into contortions and epileptic form seizures and a few other things, and it’s very uncomfortable. But of course when a thetan does that, he gets the back.. backlash of the energy. If he’s careless in this, he gets the backlash of the energy. All right.
Hubbard, L. R. (1952, 3 December). The Track of Thetan/GE, Space/Time. Philadelphia Doctorate Course, (PDC-08). Lecture conducted from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.