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 Post subject: Re: Any information on the Sunland-Tujunga Mission?
PostPosted: Mon Jul 18, 2011 4:39 pm 
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Sunland-Tujunga falls within the Valley Org "parish," which explains why the Valley OT Committee has been so heavily involved in that neighborhood.

Change the Valley, Change the World!

The Church of Scientology of the Valley parish consists of areas between and including Glendale and Burbank to Calabasas and Chatsworth to Tujunga. It also includes outlying areas such as: Santa Clarita, Bakersfield, Lancaster and Palmdale.


www.scientology-valley.org wrote:
Church of Scientology of the Valley
7027 Hayvenhurst Ave
Van Nuys, CA 91406
Tel: (818) 947-0600
E-Mail: valley@scientology.net
Web Site: http://www.scientology-valley.org

Retrieved on 18 July 2011 from http://www.scientology-valley.org


See this advertisement for the SO "pilot project" to update orgs' CF (Central Files), starting with Valley Org. This "Neighborhood Campaign" was operated around the planet to update contact information for everyone who had ever purchased a Scientology book or service.

CF Project

WANT TO DO MORE?

Based upon a special pilot program headed by a Sea Org Mission, and with your help, we will be putting all CFs around the world into a whole new state accuracy and workability, starting with Valley Org.

This will help contribute to the overall Ideal Org for the Valley.

There are special opportunities available for those who want to work at home from their computers or phone (8-10 hours minimum per week for the work at home).

Volunteers are needed now!

Please contact Greg at (818)947-0600

Retrieved on 18 July 2011 from http://www.valleyorg.com/newsletter/nw.025.html


8. Enjoy the Camaraderie!
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Here's a perfect way to enjoy the camaraderie of fellow Scientologists working together:

Recently, we took a giant step on the CF project with the new shelves being installed and all the old file cabinets being removed. We are now ready for the next phase of this project.

We are also now getting the help of two Sea Org Missionaires, who have been sent to the Valley Org to ensure that we complete all aspects of the CF project and further, fully integrate all different types of records and files at the org with the computer system that holds the addresses and Central Files data for the Org (i.e. accounts, training completions, pc completions, etc).

In fact, Valley Org is one of the first orgs on the planet to get this comprehensive project, so we are very lucky to have this opportunity and support from Management.

This is a massive and challenging undertaking, some aspects of which can be done at home! To get this project up and running, we are going to need 8 I/Cs and 75-100 volunteers, working on a rotating basis.

These I/C posts are:

Volunteer I/C recruits, rallies and organizes volunteers for the projects.

Invoices and Treasury I/C handles backlogged filing in Parishioner and Debtor files and coordinates vital data from these files for CF entry.

Tech Data to CF I/C (this person will need to be auditor trained and ordained as a minister) gets all pc files up to date and relevant data to CF.

Training Records I/C gets full record of training courses for each student into CF.

Past Completion Data I/C supplies every identity in CF with the person's status and position on Bridge.

Address Recover I/C recovery of all possible addresses of public currently marked as address unknown.

Address, Phone and E-Mail Round-Up I/C gets all contact data on org public into CF.

Name & Address Recovery off Past Invoices I/C gets all possible names that are currently not in CF and Addresso recovered through past invoices and put into CF & Addresso.

To learn more about this project, please call the Valley Org at (818)947-0600 and ask for Nicole.

Retrieved on 18 July 2011 from http://www.valleyorg.com/newsletter/nw.023.html



5. Milestone Achieved: Very Highly Commended!
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At the beginning of December 2005, our persistent, dedicated, shoulder to shoulder OT CF Project team finished filing the last of the 60 boxes of loose particles that we started with 2.5 years ago. It took them a year to alphabetize them and now after another year and a half, all particles are filed in the folders in alphabetical order in the drawers of file cabinets and boxes.

Sherry Larson, New OT VIII and the Valley OTC CF Project I/C along with her team comprised of Leah Schmiedeke, Debbie Ferreira, Kendell Larsen, Nancy Richardson and Amy Lent are very highly commended. Linda Massey, the newest team member in the final months is also highly commended.

The Valley Org CF Project has moved into Phase II. We need more volunteers now. Valley Org is going ideal and will be open for business as an Ideal Org before Maiden Voyage in June!

Please email Sherry Larson and sign up! The location is always at the org in Van Nuys. Wednesday nights from 6pm to 9:30 pm is the regular CF Project night. First, tell Sherry you want to help on this team. Second, tell her you are available Wed. night. Third, tell her you are available on the weekend, and what time slot. Fourth, tell her you are willing to step up to the plate and be a Deputy I/C! Thanks, in advance. Her email address is: sherry_larson@earthlink.net.

Retrieved on 18 July 2011 from http://www.valleyorg.com/newsletter/nw.018.html

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There is an existing program you can easily implement.

There is a web site about scientology called "You found the card."
http://youfoundthecard.com/
You get business cards made like the ones on this page:
http://youfoundthecard.com/cards.php
or design your own.
Then you go around placing cards in relevant places where people might find them.
You don't have to be fancy with graphics either. You can get cards made that are text only and they work, too.
Tory has her own business cards with other web sites on them. She passes out lots of them.
Most of the critical web sites have links to the other critical web sites, so you only need one on a card to do the job.

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If anyone is planning on mingling with the crew in Sunland-Tujunga, you'll definitely want to consider your hard hat options.

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Gerry's partial to the Blue Sky. I'm down with the Valley Girl hot pink. But it seems the survey says Energizer yellow. A few notables:

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Nancy Cartwright

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Erika Christensen

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Izzy and Mary Ann Chait

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Michael Norris and Noelle North

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Craig Jensen

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Sky Dayton and daughter

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Liz Bayback

More...

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In another thread, cherub wrote:
Hi Gold Leaf & all
I haven't been on the Board for a bit. Here's the scoop:
The first Mission failed and closed (boo hoo). A new mission opened a few months ago on the main drag of Foothill, expensive rent, next to the Panda.

The Editor of the Voice of the Village is Bob Georgeus, oldtime SCN, as well as half of its founding board members -- although the Pres of the Chamber of Commerce, the founder, is not. The paper's Board Chairman, McManus, is a SCN.

The STNC -- Sunland Tujunga Neighborhood Council, both the Chairman (McManus) and Vice Chairman (Tomi Bolwling of Tomi Realty are both SCN. Tomi is a known figure attacking SPs and PTS connections on the Foothill Forum, half of which are SCN.

The Dephi Academy is part of the District Zoning in Shadow Hills, so is part of Sunland-Tujunga proper.

The Pres of the Rotary Club is a SCN, Richard Stewart, as is half the club members. But I gotta add he is the one SCN person in the community who has consistently exhibited the highest traits of anyone, and never promotes himself as a SCN. He is actually a helpful addition to the community, and does good works.

As to the number of Scientologists -- there are hundreds, and in the place swarms with them. How can you count?

OP is right. When you find out anything that doesnt seem on par, contact the City Council aka Krekorian's office. Or go to or write to the BD of Supervisors. For example, when the first mission moved in a little birdie checked and found out they listed themselves as a simple bookstore. Yet were giving religious meetings and courses, which were outside of how they got their original license. hmmm.

Or, some 5 years ago a little birdie discovered there as a secret push by a SCN group to purchase up many stores along the "old Commerce Ave" strip. A year later they relocated to build a Mall which is 90% empty over a year later. hmmm.

The Cherub


Thanks for the great info, Cherub. Hope you don't mind, I've lifted your post for this thread too.

1. thefoothillspaper.com
"Old school" Scientologist Executive Editor/Publisher: Dr. David DeMullé

THE FOOTHILLS PAPER, INC.
7125 Foothill Blvd. Tujunga CA 91042
(818) 951-0943

2. Voice of the Village
Publisher: Sunland-Tujunga-Shadow Hills Community Fund
Scientologist Editor: Bob Georgius.

Articles of Incorporation:
Page 1
Page 2
Page 3

Note: The President of Sunland-Tujunga-Shadow Hills Community Fund is Daniel R. McManus (Scientologist).
Corporation Wiki: Sunland - Tujunga - Shadow Hills Community Fund.

McManus is also President of the Sunland Tujunga Neighborhood Council.

So, Scientology has a couple of press magnates on their side in Sunland-Tujunga. Those are big wins. :( (Ref. Battle Tactics)

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What? No orange, the most visible color in the spectrum, as determined with psychological tests?
Forgetaboutit!
(I am reminded of the Energizer Bunny joke. Don't ask.)

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caroline wrote:
If anyone is planning on mingling with the crew in Sunland-Tujunga, you'll definitely want to consider your hard hat options.

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Dear Lord. The movie "Dumb & Dumber" comes to mind. The staffer(s) that dreamed up this scheme deserve a one-way ticket to the RPF. LOL.


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Tujunga's own The Way to Happiness Band, and barbershop quartet, the Chairmen of the Chord :roll: :lol:

Voice of the Village wrote:
The ceremony took place beneath the spreading branches of the Wedding Tree at the north end of the park. Tujunga’s own The Way to Happiness Band and award-winning barbershop quartet Chairmen of the Chord took turns warming up the crowd and creating a truly festive mood.

[...]

Dan McManus, president of the Sunland-Tujunga Neighborhood Council, welcomed the crowd and introduced Pastor Bill Manning, who offered a prayer consecrating the park and blessing the wedding about to take place. In a beautiful musical interlude, flutist Ginny Atherton played “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.” The marriage rites were performed by Scientology Minister Michael Coventry.

[...]

Voice of the Village (2010, 1 June). Bandito Captured. voiceofthevillage.org. Retrieved 19 July 2011 from http://www.voiceofthevillage.org/issues/votv_issue_08_06012010.pdf


The Chairmen of the Board wrote:
At Christmas we were invited to sing as the opening act at the Golden Age Theater here in Hollywood. We enjoyed the especially responsive and welcoming audience, and they enjoyed our performance so much that we have been invited back to sing several times.

http://www.chairmenofthechord.com/pics.php


The Golden Age Theatre is located in the Author Services building. :lol:

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Thank you all for your tireless efforts and reporting of facts and figures. I am beginning to recognise the tactics and maneuvers employed by this group, to mask the real objectives while presenting a false front of community concern.

I want to take a moment here to greet Tomi Lyn Bowling (hello Tomi!) who has joined our discussion on the sly and could not contain herself about it at last night's Sunland Tujunga Neighborhood Council Land Use Committee Meeting of which she was the Chairperson.

In her professional capacity at this meeting she brought the subject of Scientology to the community meeting when she was greeting arrivals and came up to me with an especially becoming smile. While announcing publicly that her refreshments were no comparison to mine, she leaned into my face apparently to welcome me but she hissed repeatedly in a whisper "the original meeting place closed because the director had cancer... did you KNOW that? Did you know she DIED? DID you?!" Then she never missed a beat and continued to greet others. The only place this was discussed was here on Operation Clambake. Score one for Tomi Lyn Bowling the Scientology rep for the STNC.

The group that opposes the takeover of our local politic is gaining momentum but I will have to be cautious about revealing our intentions and tactics... your every word of encouragement and your guidance is taken seriously dear membership. Write on: we are reading!

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Gold Leaf wrote:
Thank you all for your tireless efforts and reporting of facts and figures. I am beginning to recognise the tactics and maneuvers employed by this group, to mask the real objectives while presenting a false front of community concern.

I want to take a moment here to greet Tomi Lyn Bowling (hello Tomi!) who has joined our discussion on the sly and could not contain herself about it at last night's Sunland Tujunga Neighborhood Council Land Use Committee Meeting of which she was the Chairperson.

In her professional capacity at this meeting she brought the subject of Scientology to the community meeting when she was greeting arrivals and came up to me with an especially becoming smile. While announcing publicly that her refreshments were no comparison to mine, she leaned into my face apparently to welcome me but she hissed repeatedly in a whisper "the original meeting place closed because the director had cancer... did you KNOW that? Did you know she DIED? DID you?!" Then she never missed a beat and continued to greet others. The only place this was discussed was here on Operation Clambake. Score one for Tomi Lyn Bowling the Scientology rep for the STNC.

The group that opposes the takeover of our local politic is gaining momentum but I will have to be cautious about revealing our intentions and tactics... your every word of encouragement and your guidance is taken seriously dear membership. Write on: we are reading!

Terre
Gold Leaf


Obviously there's history here that I'm not up on. Bowling's behavior as you described, however, would suggest that she's making you wrong and trying to introvert you because you are a known "Suppressive Person." "Suppressive Persons" according to key Scientology doctrine are responsible for all illness and foul-ups. (Ref. HCOB PTS Handling). Be really careful out there.

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Watch for what I call the "chop and invalidate." I don't know if it's something Hubbard wrote down or not but I've experienced this many times in scientology and seen it in several videos.

It's a distraction technique. If someone is speaking and following a thought or a topic or relating something that has a negative context to scientology and the person you are dealing with sees where that is going they will interrupt what is being said (that's the chop). Then they will trivialize, deny, or counter that statement. Then they will forcefully make a statement that takes the subject where they want it taken.

As I said, I haven't seen that written anywhere in Hubbard's writings or heard it in any lectures but then again I haven't read everything he wrote or listened to everything he said. There may be something written on that or it may just be something that was arrived at through trial and error and just gets used.

When you are dealing with people representing scientology know that they will do anything at all to distract from something they don't want said, dealt with, reported, etc. When that happens, get back onto the subject from which they want to distract. If you get good at that watch for the Hubbard/Miscavige personality to come to the fore with a temper outburst.

All "scientologists," as a matter of fact, all cult members, have multiple personality disorder. That seems to be a broad generality but nevertheless it is true. Every cult member has their own basic personality, the cult personality that has displaced their basic personality and the cult leader's personality, including attributes of the cult leader's personality they don't even know about. Every single cult member everywhere will deny that but just watch them and you'll see them shift around. Knowing that may not be much help but at least you can be entertained by it.

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Hi, Gold Leaf,
I am not surprised at all that Tomi knows what is being posted on this board.

I don't know how much you know about Scientology, but let me give you a quick primer.

1. Scientologists think they are better than you and everyone who is not a Scientologist.
2. They think that they are saving the world, and people who get in the way are evil.
3. They have an entire security force called OSA (Office of Special Affairs) that spies on people. I know this sounds nuts, but it's true. I had people watching my house, and following me to the dentist, and that's nothing compared to what others have experienced.
4. They will try to gather data on their perceived enemies, and use it against them. I am sorry to say they are probably trying at this point to gather data on you.
5. They will use this data, and twist it if necessary, to try to either discourage their enemies or to make their enemies look like crazy/bad guys.
6. Simultaneously they will suck up to politicians with political donations, police (especially the sherrif), and if necessary the media (although in general they hate the media).

That's the bad news.

The good news is you can turn this around. It's actually pretty easy to show how they do these things, but it takes some effort. Once you have shown the local officials or police or whoever they have lied to/sucked up to that they have been duped or used, then they look awful and cult-like.

Here's just one recent example. The church in San Jose was picketed by some ex-members and other protesters, including Anonymous. In order to handle this situation, the church spent weeks/months talking to San Jose's department against hate crimes, convincing the woman in charge that the protesters were evil terrorist bigots who had caused property damage at the church (I forget exactly what). This woman in charge was so duped, that she actually took city money to print up flyers and PASS THEM OUT TO NEIGHBORS about how evil the protesters were. She didn't bother to ask the police if these property damage crimes actually happened, and who did it. The flyer was total BS. So the protesters went to the next city council meeting saying we're not terrorists we're ex-members who were harmed by this so-called church, why on earth is the city falling for this crap, and also spoke to people who had gotten the flyers, and the church ended up looking like the kooks that they are.

The really really important thing though, is you have to take the high road. They will try to push you into behaving badly (like them). If you speak at public meetings, write your speech out and work on it so it sticks only to the facts. Don't sound hysterical. Don't use hyperbole. You don't need to because they are kooky enough without exaggerating. In fact, you might want to even leave out the kookiest stuff because it can backfire.

Research is important. Know what you are talking about.

Pick your strongest argument, and leave weak arguments out. For instance, the fact that they are infiltrating the local boards is not a crime. There is nothing wrong with it, actually. So you have to stick to the real crimes, such as lying, threats, bribes, or having secret meetings if that isn't allowed.

Good luck on this and keep us posted, if you can, without revealing details that you need to keep to yourself.

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The Valley Org and Delphi advertised in Voice of the Village Issue 8, 1 June 2010.


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The public should be warned about the mental health fraud happening here in this specific and well-educated community. The cult uses these scary "buttons" -- worry, stress, depression -- to prey on very vulnerable groups, or as they would say, "publics," in society. This newspaper, of course, is not really the Voice of the Village but the Voice of the Vultures.

It is not in the public interest to allow such fraudulent advertising to go without objection.

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Delphi is an Applied Scholastics enterprise authorized through licenses by Religious Technology Center to use the technology of L. Ron Hubbard.

Refs: http://www.delphila.org/au_study_technology.html; http://www.appliedscholastics.org/

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In Voice of the Village Vol 2, Issue 6 April 5, 2011, David Cain wrote:
Neighborhood Council prepares for disasters

In a disaster, whether an earthquake, Tsunami, tornado, we face major problems. We need to figure out how to survive with public services off line for a minimum of 3-4 weeks, including Fire, Police, Emergency medical, Water, Power, Transportation and communications. We as a community need to come together to formulate and design a disaster response plan, then work together to get everyone on the same page. I’m forming a committee for just that, we will hold the first meeting on Monday 28 Feb 2011 at North valley city hall 7747 Foothill Blvd Tujunga.

There will be follow-up meetings on April 4th and then the first Monday of every month. If you would like to help, we’d love to have you.

At the February meeting, we opened discussions on implementing neighborhood plans including: Emergency Medical locations, Water/Food distribution, CERT training, EMT classes, Home preparedness, First aid, Schools, Elderly care, and much more.

With over 65,000 people in Sunland-Tujunga, it will take a lot of participation from all of us if we are to ride out disasters of any kind.

Please join your community in making S-T the safest community possible

Cain, D. (2011, 5 April). Neighborhood council prepares for disasters. Voice of the Village, 2, 3.3. Retrieved on 19 July 2011 from http://www.voiceofthevillage.org/issues/votv_volume_2_issue_6_04012011.pdf


Because Scientologists typically, and by orders justified in scripture, use disaster situations around the world to get close to disaster victims and traumatized and exhausted disaster responders for the ultimate purpose of indoctrinating them in Scientology's toxic Suppressive Person doctrine to get them warring and slaving for the cult, it would be prudent to carefully vet the S-T Neighborhood Council's disaster preparedness programs, any disaster relief programs, or any other public programs involving vulnerable citizens.

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caroline wrote:
In Voice of the Village Vol 2, Issue 6 April 5, 2011, David Cain wrote:
Neighborhood Council prepares for disasters

In a disaster, whether an earthquake, Tsunami, tornado, we face major problems. We need to figure out how to survive with public services off line for a minimum of 3-4 weeks, including Fire, Police, Emergency medical, Water, Power, Transportation and communications. We as a community need to come together to formulate and design a disaster response plan, then work together to get everyone on the same page. I’m forming a committee for just that, we will hold the first meeting on Monday 28 Feb 2011 at North valley city hall 7747 Foothill Blvd Tujunga.

There will be follow-up meetings on April 4th and then the first Monday of every month. If you would like to help, we’d love to have you.

At the February meeting, we opened discussions on implementing neighborhood plans including: Emergency Medical locations, Water/Food distribution, CERT training, EMT classes, Home preparedness, First aid, Schools, Elderly care, and much more.

With over 65,000 people in Sunland-Tujunga, it will take a lot of participation from all of us if we are to ride out disasters of any kind.

Please join your community in making S-T the safest community possible

Cain, D. (2011, 5 April). Neighborhood council prepares for disasters. Voice of the Village, 2, 3.3. Retrieved on 19 July 2011 from http://www.voiceofthevillage.org/issues/votv_volume_2_issue_6_04012011.pdf


Because Scientologists typically, and by orders justified in scripture, use disaster situations around the world to get close to disaster victims and traumatized and exhausted disaster responders for the ultimate purpose of indoctrinating them in Scientology's toxic Suppressive Person doctrine to get them warring and slaving for the cult, it would be prudent to carefully vet the S-T Neighborhood Council's disaster preparedness programs, any disaster relief programs, or any other public programs involving vulnerable citizens.

David is the least likely candidate for Scientology we have, LOL. He is in fact fending them off of the unprotected interests of Sunland Tujunga, single handed. As a result the STNC took his leadership of the Outreach Committee away from him and lent an ear to cries for David's recall. David stopped their takeover of the Specific Plan and is in hot water constantly with them now. He also represented me when I filed a grieveance against the STNC for failure to uphold the Brown Act and backing the boycott of advertisers on the Foothills Paper which they hope to close down financially. David is a natural to teach emergency preparedness just because he lives in the Angeles National Forest and is a skilled survivalist.

Still studying the whole scenario... there's a money trail to follow I think.

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Gold Leaf wrote:
David is the least likely candidate for Scientology we have, LOL. He is in fact fending them off of the unprotected interests of Sunland Tujunga, single handed. As a result the STNC took his leadership of the Outreach Committee away from him and lent an ear to cries for David's recall. David stopped their takeover of the Specific Plan and is in hot water constantly with them now. He also represented me when I filed a grieveance against the STNC for failure to uphold the Brown Act and backing the boycott of advertisers on the Foothills Paper which they hope to close down financially. David is a natural to teach emergency preparedness just because he lives in the Angeles National Forest and is a skilled survivalist.

Still studying the whole scenario... there's a money trail to follow I think.

Terre
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Good info about David Cain, Terre, appreciated. This isn't about singling Scientologists out as personalities. Any Scientologist in a position of influence or power, in STNC or anywhere, would use it to forward Scientology's agenda, expressed, for example in "The Code of a Scientologist."

Hubbard :roll: wrote:
As a Scientologist, I pledge myself to the Code of Scientology for the good of all.

[...]

17. To take my share of responsibility for the impact of Scientology upon the world.
18. To increase the numbers and strength of Scientology over the world.
19. To set an example of the effectiveness and wisdom of Scientology.

Hubbard, L. R. (1951). Scientology 0-8 The Book of Basics. (1988 ed., pp. 189-90). Los Angeles: Bridge Publications, Inc.


Disaster preparedness, disaster relief, etc., are exactly on point with their "Volunteer Minister" program. [Wikipedia: Volunteer Ministers]. The good people of Sunland-Tujunga should know what to expect from Scientologists. Thankfully, there's plenty of information available.

Hubbard wrote:
HUBBARD COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE
Saint Hill Manor, East Grinstead, Sussex
HCO BULLETIN OF 10 JUNE 1960

MA

WHAT WE EXPECT OF A SCIENTOLOGIST

We inherited, when we began, a great many hidden errors in the society, so deeply
laid they seemed right. “Everybody knows that ....” is a tombstone of progress for it
contains uninspected lies that bring the wittiest of us to grief. “Everybody knows that
Man is Evil” was only one of the many things we found wrong, exposed and dropped
from our own knowledge.

However, in the field of what is expected of a Scientologist, we have for ten years
carried along an inherited error. It is this: “Everybody knows that a specialist in a science
hangs out a shingle and, if a professional, becomes a private practitioner.”
Now listen. Psycho-analysis was developed in 1894 by Sigmund Freud. Everybody
who studied it was expected to hang out a shingle and start practising. It took half a
century for psycho-analysis to become generally known by the people. Yet how could it
miss? Its tenet was that if you were sexually uninhibited you would be happy.
The psycho-analyst took his cue from the medico of his day. If you could heal you
were a healer with a shingle.

Well, I’m afraid a lot of us have bought this too. If we were trained in Scientology
as a professional we should hang out our shingle as a practitioner. With all due respect to
the Scientologist in professional practice (where they have every right to be) this is not a
true idea. It is a borrowed idea. It’s as old as the witch doctor.

A Scientologist is the being three feet behind society’s head. And society runs on
eight dynamics, not in a sick room. Some of us, of course, would become professional
practitioners. But a professional Scientologist is one who expertly uses Scientology on
any area or level of the society.

A housewife who does not have professional level skill in Scientology could not
expect to run a wholly successful family or keep order in her neighbourhood and keep
her family well. A factory foreman could not possibly handle his crews with full
effectiveness without professional Scientology skill. The personal assistant to a
corporation executive could not do a fully effective job without being a professional
Scientologist. A corporation president without a certificate will someday fail. And the
head of a country would go to pieces if he didn’t know Scientology from a professional
angle.

How can these people handle life if they have no expert knowledge of how to
handle life.

Now we don’t expect everyone in the world to become a trained auditor. But we
expect the people who are making the world to have a knowledge of how to make it go.
A trained Scientologist is not a doctor. He is someone with special knowledge in the
handling of life.

We have many, many personal success stories in Scientology. They begin with a
book acquaintance and bloom when professional skill enters the background. These
people, small people, big people, drove a wedge for themselves into companies, societies,
with Scientology and then took over control of the area. They succeeded
where they never would have dreamed they could. And every time one of us drives in
such a wedge, we all win because the world is brought nearer to a sane and decent world.
The factories, the marts of trade, the homes, the neighbourhoods, these are the
places we want trained Scientologists. In that way alone, we’re on the busy, still healthy
communication lines of the world.

Some of us need to run centres and schools just to give the rest of us service when
required. Training at a pro level must continue and must be kept good. And service and
communication must be given. Hence, we have Central Organizations on every continent
and HCOs. But if we avoid the throbbing comm lines of the world and act like doctors, we
will not win soon enough as a group.

Any trained Scientologist can win to success in society. Heightened IQ, a knowledge
of life, a forthright attitude—with these things it is easy for him or her to improve 2 social
or business position, to get higher pay, to exert wider personal influence. This we know
we can do, we have done it so often so let’s improve the ability.

Process people weekends, run a co-audit some evenings of the week at home, but
get on the active lines of the world and make your presence felt.

It takes full training to do it. It’s been done from our books alone but not always
well. It takes tough Academy training to make a Scientologist, so don’t go at it half
armed.

And stop feeling apologetic because you are not a “full time auditor”. We are the
auditors to the world, not to a handful of the sick.

We are not doctors. We are the world’s trouble shooters. When we make a company
win, the whole world wins, when we make a neighbourhood win, we all win.
A full time Scientologist makes life better wherever he is. And that is enough pro
activity for anyone.

What do we expect of you? To become the best Scientologist that can be and to get
on the comm lines of the world and bring a big win where it counts. We don’t expect you
to hang up a shingle as a doctor and have a private practice. We’ll respect you if you do.
But we’ll respect you just as much and even more if you get trained as a pro and go out
and up in the world of action and of life.

Hit for the key spots by whatever means, the head of the women’s club, the
personnel director of a company, the leader of a good orchestra, the president’s secretary,
the advisor of the trade union—any key spot. Make a good sound living at it, drive a
good car, but get your job done, handle and better the people you meet and bring about a
better earth.

And stop feeling hangdog because you “aren’t auditing full time”. Nobody
expects you to.

We’ll keep centres going to service your needs, some of us, we’ll provide
ammunition and books. And the rest of us had better invade every activity there is on a
high level of success and make our influence felt on the comm lines of the world.
Scientology is the only game on Earth where everybody wins.

So let’s help the world win.

L. RON HUBBARD

Hubbard, L. (1960, 10 June). What We Expect Of A Scientologist. Technical Bulletins of Dianetics and Scientology. (1976 ed., Vol 106-7). Los Angeles: Church of Scientology of California Publications Organization US.

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INTELLIGENCE SPECIALIST TRAINING ROUTINE – TR L
Purpose: To train the student to give a false statement with good TR-1. To train the student to outflow false data effectively.
Commands: Part l “Tell me a lie”.


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