|Lecture: Stages of Release|
|Ron the Magus|
Hubbard discusses what a Rosicrucian is likely to talk about when coming into a Scientology organization.
Do you notice the common denominator to all of these things, which merely try to have an effect upon the individual, is lies? Common denominator is lies. Falsehoods. There’s always a pitch. Now, the common denominator of things that set men free is truth. So these things are two opposite vectors. And they can be very easily confused.
You’ll sometimes have a Rosicrucian suddenly stumble into a Scientology organization and start telling you all about when you grimace at yourself in the mirror a horrible apparition should appear over your shoulder, and yes, he’s been through all that, he knows about exteriorization because he’s been deep in his skull for a long time, and you try to straighten the guy out. Well, you’re never on any talking basis. You apparently are speaking about a similar subject, and what’s missing there is it’s going that—a—way and we’re going this—a—way. We’re going in two different, opposite directions.
And one of the earliest rules about processing is when the pc was headed for succumb and the auditor was trying to get the pc to survive, there was insufficient agreement in the session to let a session run. And that rule still holds and you run into it today.
— L. Ron Hubbard
Lecture 27 July 1965: Stages of Release
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