Author: Hubbard, L. R.
Document date: 1958, 21 July
Document title: The Key Words (Buttons) of Scientology Clearing - Question and Answer Period
Document type: lecture transcript
Event: Twentieth American Advanced Clinical Course
Location: Washington, DC
Document ID: 20ACC-12
Description: Hubbard discusses the universe as a recomposition of chaos; says some of the Vedic Hymns relating to chaos are commie propaganda.
Oh, there’s a brand-new rule I’d better tell you. It’s a brand-new rule: The first incident – this is one of the oldest rules we have, this part of it – the prior incident, the earlier incident, always should receive the greater attention for lasting and final results, you see? That’s back to getting basic-basic off the chain, you know? Now, that prior incident idea can also be run into the first, second, third, fourth postulate idea.
Where an individual has a field, he can be assumed to be inhibiting with the field a creation which was made before the field. So, the rule is: Don’t ever monkey with fields. Leave them alone, unless you also at the same time – the borderline case would be – unless you also at the same time handle the creation.
So, an auditing command such as, “Find a creation that is masked,” would be just about as close as you could come to auditing what will become a technical term with you, rather than field, which is rather formidable, a more technical term which has greater use is inhibitor -o-r – inhibitor.
Male voice: What was that command again, Ron?
Oh, that’s just – that just gives you the borderline. It’s not a – really a fine process. It does some interesting things though with fields.
Is – I think it was, “Look around here and locate a masked creation.”
Now, that tells you what a field is. A field is something that is masking a creation.
A field is also something else. A field is a shattered creation.
Here’s a planet. It was perfectly spherical when it was mocked up; it was just doing fine and it was going along swimmingly and everything was swell and all of a sudden it went poompf. Got John Foster Dulles as secretary of state or something and it went boom, see? And it wasn’t any longer in its orbit, and there it was, you see? All right, what about this planet? To get rid of the actual planet – we’re not now talking about the mental image picture, see, let’s just put it into a broader material universe phrase – to get rid of the planet, I’m afraid you would have to treat its perfect form, see, its moment of perfect form.
It almost can be said that all things are primarily mocked up as perfect form. Now, this gives the lie, for the first time, to some of the Vedic hymns. It claims that all was chaos and the chaos all came together and made something. And I think that’s commie propaganda.
Don’t think it’s true at all. That’s about the fourth postulate. All right, it runs this way: Nothingness; postulate one: perfect mock-up; postulate two: fragmentation and chaos inhibiting the perfect mock-up or as a result of the perfect mock-up; fragment three, a recompos- pardon me – postulate three: a recomposition of the fragments into a solid whole; postulate four: disintegration or inhibition of this third thing.
Now, you can go five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, on down the line, and you finally get to a Ford automobile. And this all by itself will tell you why it is so hard to as-is MEST; it’s a recomposition of chaos.
Well, the chaos came originally from the fragments of a perfect form, see? You get the idea? This is a very revolutionary principle. I don’t know – can’t tell you positively whether it’s always true or not, because a thetan could start right in and mock up chaos. See? Yes?
Female voice: Could you say it over so we could hear it twice and maybe get it written this time?
All right. Zero is nothing. See, that’s just thetan potential. One is perfect form, of course, in perfect space. Two would be the inhibition of the perfect form, usually by its own fragments, but you also could have other fragments. Three, a recomposition of these fragments into a new form. Four, once more the aspect of disintegration of this third form. Five, of course, would be a recomposition of form. Six would be a disintegration of that form. Seven, and so on. Well, now to take apart this little scale you have to hit the first perfect form.
This is kind of the way it works out in auditing. As long as you audit perfect form, you get rid of the inhibitor.
Now, we just draw a conclusion. This is probably the way the MEST universe got here and became permanent. I don’t know on what ten-millionth variation of this we are now proceeding, see? How many times has that wall you see disintegrated and then been made up again and disintegrated and been made up again.
Hubbard, L. R. (1958, 21 July). The Key Words (Buttons) of Scientology Clearing – Question and Answer Period. Twentieth American Advanced Clinical Course, (20ACC-12). Lecture conducted from Washington, DC.