|Lecture: Case Repair|
Hubbard discusses the history of psychiatry.
Look, you know that a thetan has been sitting around here for a couple of hundred trillion years. You realize that there have been psychiatrists all over the track? I mean, you probably didn’t realize that it was a stupid universe, but it is. Been psychiatrists all over the track; they’ve been electric shocking people. Well, that certainly should have upset the GPMs, shouldn’t it have? Huh? You know, the idea of a cure is a hundred billion kilo - megavolts or something, you know?
And you’ve got all this blast pistol and glare fights,1 and this person was through World War 1, and World War II, too. And in addition to that was standing in the middle of Hiroshima on that memorable day when the US collected a motivator.
What the - what the hell, you know? This is a pretty - this is a pretty bad thing here. And this pc - this pc is going to - going to respond properly? No, his bank will be scrambled. Been electric shocked, he’s had - well, back about two hundred thousand years ago he had eighteen prefrontal lobotomies, four transorbital leukotomics and had to listen to a lecture by Kennedy. The guy was completely brainwashed, utterly, see.
— L. Ron Hubbard
Lecture 26 March 1963: Case Repair
1 "Glare Fights: Early on the track, two thetans quite often went into contest with each other to glare earch other down. There was a considerable output of electrical energy and in the interchange one of the thetans was, of course, driven into apathy. "
— L. Ron Hubbard
History of Man p. 97 © 1988 L. Ron Hubbard Library
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