Author: Hubbard, L. R.
Document date: 1952, 13 December
Document title: On Auditing: How to Succeed/Fail, Assess
Document type: lecture transcript
Event: Philadelphia Doctorate Course
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Document ID: PDC-43
Description: Hubbard talks about his Savannah, Georgia research; claims he processed a lot of black people around the city; says that what's important in terms of processing and interpersonal relationships are not the human race, but instead that there are 12 to 15 thetan races in existence on Earth, which include "the Snake People" and the Invader Forces; claims that a lot of entertainers, which Scientology aggressively recruits, are Fifth Invader people.
The Genetic Entity1 has come up in terms of races. There’s the yaller race and the white race and… and the green race, and so forth. The number of races that have come up the track — we don’t care about these races.
If… the fact that somebody is trying to tell people that these races have equal rights under law isn’t telling anybody any brand-new big news — it’s darned obvious that they should have. It’s very weird here on Earth, that anybody should beat the drum about this.
Well, that throws everything out of gear and why a lot of people get racial upsets is because there are really about 15 th… at least 12 or 15 thetan races here on Earth. And they’re scattered all through these five races — which is beautiful randomity, if there ever was any.
You’ve got the GEs [Genetic entities] coming along and they fit into about five racial streams, and then… then you’ve got about… then you’ve got all these thetans.
They, just recently, on recent spirals, they were all basically more or less the same in the beginning, and then they’ve gone off and because of their separate tracks, the separateness of their histories, the differences of their history, you have, all of a sudden — by the way, they’re all about the same age. And you have… all of a sudden you have 12 or 15 thetan backgrounds which have 12 or 15 different characteristics.
And so it doesn’t matter whether you have the so-called Caucasian or the Aztec race — I think that was what… wasn’t that what that was the Nazi had the… Or was it a Caesarian… I forget. Oh, yes — yeah. The Arrogants, Uh… anyway, it doesn’t matter a doggone which one of these GEs you pick up, you’ll find out really what’s important about him is does he fall… which one of the thetan races does he fall into, in terms of processing, and actually in terms of interpersonal relationships. These guys are trained in a particular and cruelty way. And I don’t care whether you’re in the heart of Africa or any place else.
Now I don’t know too much about… I’ve processed an awful lot of Negroes down around Savannah, and I didn’t find them varying from the pattern in any way, shape or form.
Not even vaguely. And… but amongst them here were evidences that you had these 12 or 15 thetan lines coming in there.
There’s the Snake Men, there’s the Invaders2 — I won’t bother putting them down. You’ll recognize them one of these days. I’ll have to make up a table. I’ve got to do this research myself. I haven’t picked up this research. I’ve… I can do all the job they should have done over the last 80 million years here in the last couple, but I… I… it takes a little time.
Uh… not much… But they… you’ve got your Invader People. You’ve got a crew of… well, let me tell you the classifications they fall into here.
A lot of your entertainers and uh… some of the bigger sparks that you run into are Fifth Invader people or one of the Invader Force people. These guys come in from Lord knows where; they’re picked up in certain groups, sometimes picked up for a certain capability.
They’re trained in one way or another, and they’ll hit planets, and so on, sort of all at once. Hit ‘em in various and peculiar ways. And uh… they’ve been through enough hell and high water that when they get… by the time they’ve gotten here, they’re pretty well convinced their power’s shot. And they have… the… their… they… they feel pretty degraded. They don’t feel like they’re worth a shucks. They don’t feel like they can use any energy. They… they feel like they’ve got to hold this back.
Hubbard, L. R. (1952, 13 December). On Auditing: How to Succeed/Fail, Assess. Lecture. Philadelphia Doctorate Course, (PDC-43). Lecture conducted from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.