Author: Hubbard, L. R.
Document date: 1950, 15 June
Document title: Clears in this Society
Document type: lecture transcript
Event: Professional Course
Location: Elizabeth, New Jersey
Document ID: 5006C15B
Description: Hubbard illustrates a claim about the engramic content of manic-depressives with a case history of a little boy with measles.
Another computation enters in there concerning manic-depressives. Everybody has got a few manics in his bank, but there are a few manic-depressives who have a cover-up mechanism whereby they cover up the aberration because they feel that the ally will leave them if they get well. For instance, Grandma has told the little boy who is unconscious with a bad case of measles, “I will stay here as long as you are sick, dear,” which would affect the computation remarkably.
Hubbard, L. R. (1950, 15 June). Clears in this Society. Professional Course, (5006C15B). Lecture conducted from Elizabeth, New Jersey.