"Enlighten the people generally, and tyranny and oppressions of body and mind will vanish like evil spirits at the dawn of day." - Thomas Jefferson
"Auditing is a simple, thoroughly designed means, of concentrating the mind to the state of a controlled trance. The aim and result is progressively to enforce loyalty to and identification with Scientology to the detriment of one's natural awareness of divergent ways of thinking and outside cultural influences. Love and allegiance are more and more given exclusively to Scientology and L. Ron Hubbard."
Dr. John Gordon Clark, Doctor of Medicine of Harvard Medical School
"The same old sofa but with new upholstery."
Journal of Hypnotism 1952 J Roberts Lewis Article Dianetics vs. Hypnosis:
"From 80 to 90% of the population can be hypnotized to varying degrees...At least 5% (10,000,000) of the U.S. population is extraordinarily hypnotizable, so easily hypnotizable that they are in a constant state of exaggerated suggestibility, even when awake and going about their normal daily routine. They are at the total mercy of all forms of influences and can easily be persuaded to do things and afterward have no idea why they did them..."
Dr. Tobias H. Brocher, Director, Center for Applied Behavioral Sciences, Menninger Foundation, Topeka, KS.
"Hypnosis, word conditioning, and emotional conditioning are thoroughly interwoven. They do not operate by different laws. They are aspects of the same laws. To understand those laws is to understand how to control human behavior."
Andrew Salter, "Conditioned Reflex Therapy" (c) 1949
“Secrets are the mortar, binding lies as bricks together into prisons for the mind” Arnie Lerma
The Anderson Report:
“The common practice of Hubbard is to change the names of hypnotic phenomena to names of his own invention, purporting thereby to change the nature and significance of such phenomena. Thus, a form of unconsciousness experienced in hypnosis he has renamed variously "anaten", "boil-off", and " dope-off " ; hypnotic hallucinations he has called "mental image pictures" ; and " dissociation" he has called "exteriorization”.
Chapter 18, Report of the Board of Enquiry into Scientology by Kevin Victor Anderson, Q.C. Published 1965 by the State of Victoria, Australia
"Contrary to general belief, it has been my experience that the more intelligent the subject, the easier it is to induce hypnosis"
Ralph Slater, Stage Hypnotist, played Carnegie Hall
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