Author: Hubbard, L. R.
Document date: 1952, 9 December
Document title: What's Wrong With This Universe A Working Package for the Auditor.
Document type: lecture
Event: Philadelphia Doctorate Course
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Document ID: PDC-24
Description: Hubbard says the facsimiles of a psycho are 180 degrees wrong and is mistaking the past identities in those facsimiles as his own. Describes the "Christ game" and Christ implant; talks about the relationship between insanity and religious implants; gives a description of what psychiatrists do with narcosynthesis.
In an example to illustrate his capacity of monitoring and regulating a Homo sapien's activities, Hubbard gets "Bill" to apply for a marriage license even though he doesn't know any girls.
You’ll find, by the way, another manifestation is preclears will shift identities and borrow facsimiles like mad. There’s what they call the Christ game and that game has been played and played and played and played — honest to Pete, these cards are just so thin. They’ve been laid down amongst the coffee cups and so forth of a whole universe.
You’ll find out thousands of years before the year one A.D. Earth, you will have facsimiles and dolls made up like Christ. Fac One a million years ago is occasionally rigged with Christ and the Devil and an angel. It’s a fascinating thing, it’s an old game. Here on Earth there was undoubtedly a Christ. Well, one of the reasons he was… he swept in so suddenly uh… and… and he would go forward so hard is he had a good assist back of him in terms of an implant.
All right. Now he… you’ll find preclears, and this is a little problem that will come up with you. You’ll find preclears all of a sudden are Christ. You will actually find a preclear will go all the way through with a crown of thorns and every other darn thing. Just look for an overt act against Christ, and it solves itself.
What they’ve done is picked up an implant phrase and done a mock-up on it. They can do it… they can do this. They pick up some kind of an implant or some kind of a terrible upset or a conviction of some sort or another, and then they’ll go ahead and, my lord, they’ll carry that cross clear up to the top of Golgotha and get themselves nailed on it, and uh… very few of them go to the point of getting the… the uh… gall bladder stuffed in their mouth or something like that — little Christian niceties — uh… but uh… they… they… they will be just about as good as this as they know about Christ. They’ll add no new data to the situation. This is an overt act1 against religion, and the person has been made guilty in terms of some religious cult, and so on and the only reason that could ever happen to him is because at some time or another he has deserted a group which was a high ethical group and after that he can become prey to other things.
Man’s degradation always stems from his first desertion or breakage of, really, the Code of Honor. He breaks the Code of Honor and after that he starts downhill and he gets worse, and worse, and worse, and worse, because his trust in himself is worse and therefore he can’t trust what his own space is or his own energy is or anything else.
So this is a completely wild picture when you look at Man’s location in the MEST universe2 and what he has or has not been through. The picture is just incredibly wild. And you start to search through facsimiles to set this picture to rights, all you’re going to find is the track of agreements which lead him to finally agree to be what he is right now. Now you’ll be able to map that, but as far as his identities being shifted in space, being shifted in time, all of these things — of no importance. The dickens with it.
And you… if your poor… if your poor psycho can only realize this, brother, it doesn’t amount to two whoops and a collar button what you’ve done, where you’ve been, who you’ve butchered, how many crosses you lugged to Golgotha, oh, that… that’s really vicious. You go down an… an insane asylum corridor and you see these religious implants are just leaping, it’s something in the order — it’s at least one out of three inmates in any asylum are spinning on religion. Why? God occupies all space. That’s all you have to convince a guy and he’s dead. That’s right, that’s all God’s space and any space which you occupy will be God’s. Oh, brother, just look at that as an operation. The guy can’t throw out any anchor points of his own without getting God into that space. And he’ll spin like a… like a spinning mouse if he finally gets this down the line.
And you look down these things and you find these guys are trying to depend upon or trust upon the other thing that they’re worried about, God help them, is they have found out how perishable a commodity ARC3 is in this universe, how perishable; they have had an ARC break with the rest of the race. Now this actually violates the individual’s own reality. It actually violates any way he would set up a universe if left to his own devices. He would set this thing up on a high-level ARC and try to keep it there, but he has been tricked here into believing that certain things comprise ARC and he… he’ll — all of a sudden you t… start tracing back a preclear’s life — where are his major ARC breaks? And he all of a sudden realizes that this human being’s no good and that human being’s done him in and that human being’s no good, and that he can’t help some other human being, and this sort of a progress has been setting in on him just… just year in and year out and he has never found this out. A human being finds it almost impossible to do these two things — one, be a driven slave under the whip of energies and necessities and spaces which are not his own, and to be at the same time a real being.He finds it almost impossible to cross the MEST universe with faith, hope, charity, love, friendship and so on. It’s dog eat pig.
Uh… anyway, just experimented — this is a number of years ago — just experimented this way, can you send a person zip zip zip. Well, I didn’t know the mechanics exactly of what they did in this universe with this thing, you know. Could you send a person zip to here and there to there? Was this just astral walking? Or was it actually… did we produce a result? Well, it’s all right to sit around and theorize and say, “Well, astral walking is this and something or other is that.” As a matter of fact, astral walking is the palest shade of anything like this. Just the palest of shades. And uh… this uh… do… can we actually make this person influence somebody at a distance?
And by working on it, really working on it, putting him into a very deep trance, narcosynthesis uh… which is used every day on people. And… very, very, very funny, I mean nobody ought to fool around with a human mind that doesn’t know his hat from his horse, uh… nobody.
That’s right, uh… because psychiatry does this unwittingly all the time. They throw a guy under narcosynthesis and they say, “Be back on the battlefield now, all right you’re on the battlefield. Well, you were unconscious at that moment so we won’t pay any attention to that, now let’s go through,” and so on. And the guy comes home and he walks around like a zombie and they wonder what’s wrong with him.
You go ahead and you get one of these fellows and you have to collect him off this battlefield. They actually sent him over to the battlefield and the guy’s been sitting over there on Green Beach One for three years looking at the waves come in, saying, “I wonder where the battle was?” Yeah, yeah, wonderful, isn’t it? All right, uh… so I sent this… this… this — three guys as a matter of fact — I sent several of them, but I… I hate to break down and tell you about that. Uh… none of them liked Dianetics so it’s all right uh… and uh… one of them was, well, that’s all right.
Ah… anyway, could we take a homo sapiens and just simply tell him he was somebody else and make him orient and regulate and monitor the activities of the person we told him he was? Yes, to this extent, to tell this guy, drugged, to go over and get ahold of Bill and be Bill and have Bill get into the car and drive straight up to the front door. You give it 15 minutes and you look outside and there’s Bill. So just as Bill is going to get out of the car and before you have any slightest chance of doing anything else here just take this fellow and bat him around a little bit and wake him up and say, “You are still Bill, now drive down to the City Hall and apply for a marriage license. Now you are driving down, now apply for this marriage licence. Now go on down there. Now go on, walk up,” and so on.
All of a sudden this fellow Bill calls you up and he says, “You know,” he said, “I’m beginning to worry about my mind. You know that yesterday I applied for a marriage license and I don’t even know any girls.” This was in Hollywood, and of course no Bill in Hollywood would be interested in girls.
So you want to know: Can it work — does it work? Does it exist? Is it phenomena? Boy, is it! Your preclear has been… been shuttled. Many of your preclears that are really lost have been shuttled from hither to thither to whither until they finally don’t know what… if they’ve got any space. One moment they… they’re… they’re sightseeing, they’re on… they’ve just gotten off a ship or… or something of the sort, and they’re walking along and there’s this big, beautiful building and it says Free Excursions: See the… the panoramic or something, and… and they walk in and that’s… their ship is still sitting out on some airport some place. The baggage is still in some waiting room, the wife and kiddies are still wondering — hardly, because this is probably millions of years ago — they’re still wondering whatever happened to him. And, of course, it’s just too horrible a fact for him to face that all of a sudden, he could cease to be here and suddenly materialize there as somebody else. You wonder what happened to his space — it’s scrambled all over the place.
Now I… I could give you… give you a rundown on this and maybe… maybe I will. But it’s… it’s just too fantastic for words. That’s just too fantastic so, of course, nobody would believe it, and that again is the main stock-in-trade of the MEST universe.
Hubbard, L. R. (1952, 9 December). What’s Wrong With This Universe A Working Package for the Auditor. Philadelphia Doctorate Course, (PDC-24). Lecture conducted from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.