Clay demos are for the retards!
Active Scientologists, beware of clay demos.
Have you ever wondered what the REAL purpose behind those boring clay demos is? Well, I’m gonna tell you one of the best-kept Scientology secrets -- the demos are designed to keep Scientologists at a level of severely mentally retarded individuals.
I was participating in a NYC charity event at a local mental hospital when I saw several patients doing something remarkably resembling Hubbard’s clay demos (at that time I was out of the cult). I asked the supervisor about the purpose of creating clay figures. She said, “These people have trouble with communicating with the outside world. They can barely express their thoughts and emotion. The purpose of this activity is to teach them the basics of communication process”. “Would this activity help normal people in any way?”, I asked. She gave me a strange look as if I said something very stupid and said, “I do not see how”.
I begun digging into psychology books and soon realized that the TR’s are also intended to help people with severe metal illnesses to establish contact with the society. Basically, Hubbard was using data on developmental psychology for mentally handicapped patients to treat fellow Scientologists.
TR-3: Duplicative question
The student repeatedly asks the coach, "Do birds fly?" or "Do fish swim?" If the coach answers the question, the student acknowledges the answer. If the coach says anything else, the student advises the coach that he will repeat the question, and then does so.
The student repeatedly asks the coach a question as in TR-3. If the coach originates a statement unrelated to the question, the student handles the origination as needed and then continues the routine.
And so on. I do not want to repeat all Hubbard’s utterly ridiculous TRs.
Hubbard was crazy as a bedbug and wanted to keep Scientologists at his kevel of mental development. His IQ was extremely low; as a sci-fi writer he was a complete zero. He did contribute ANYTHING to the society for a very simple reason -- he was an extremely ambitions retard with a huge ego and never ending verbal diarrhea.
We, the former Scientologists, have left the Hubbardian crazy shit behind and regained our intellectual dignity -- we are idiots no more. But the active Scientologists are in still in this mental crap up to their eyeballs; they are being treated like mentally defected boys and girls by Miscavige and his goones. The Hubbard thing knew that the best way to keep a person in a cult is to reduce his/her mental capacity to a minimum. The Old Scratch was extremely envious of intelligent people because they constantly reminded him of his incurable mental defects. It is time for active Scientologists to send a clear message to the Church by leaving it. They are no Rondroids, they are much smarter that dimwitted Hubbard.
HUBBARD’S MENTAL RETARDATION.
Have you ever wondered why Hubbard flunked several college courses, including the nuclear physics course, and could not earn highly-desired BS in Civil Engineering? Why his performance in the US Army was inadequate?
Were his failures due to laziness? He was a workaholic, we should give the Fat Man a credit at least for something. He tried hard to earn a college degree but something was holding him back. Our hero was mentally retarded! His medical diagnosis is “MR” This term stands for a mild, or moderate, mental disorder characterized by low IQ and difficulty to communicate.
“About 10% of the mentally retarded population is considered moderately retarded. Moderately retarded individuals have IQ scores ranging from 35-55. They can carry out work and self-care tasks. They typically acquire communication skills in childhood and are able to live and function successfully within the community in a supervised environment”
Online medical dictionary.
To be honest, I have not seen Hubbard’s medical files, so I do not know what is in them. But there is almost unanimous consensus in medical community that a person could be diagnosed with mental disorder posthumously. For example, Hitler was diagnosed as schizophrenic after his death.
I am not an MD, but my cousin is, she is a psychologist. I asked her to diagnose Hubbard, and she concluded that he suffered from MR.
Just because a person dropped out of college does not mean that he is mentally deficient; a lot of great writers were college dropouts.
But there are other symptoms as well leading to conclusion that something was terribly wrong with Hubbard.
Let’s go over those symptoms: 1. He was a megalomaniac. 2. He invented his own words (Scientology dictionary) which is a clear sign of MR. 3. He lived in the world of his silly fantasies (OT levels and other crap). 4. He had uncontrollable flashes of anger 5. He was unable to understand simple concepts such as friendliness and respect for other people’s opinion. 5. His writing style shows endless variations of small number of themes (My cousin studied Battlefield Earth from professional point of view). This is one of the most serious MR symptom; 6. The HCOB language is extremely inflexible and dictator-like. This is another strong indication of Hubbard’s MR.
The list of symptoms is long, and I do not want to bore the readers with them.
Come think of it -- “The most intelligent being in the history of mankind” was an idiot!
Some MR symptoms are more important than the others. I piled up symptom together without indicating the most important ones. I’m going to improve my presentation now.
The most important symptoms are: 1.His writing style shows endless variations of small number of themes (My cousin studied Battlefield Earth from professional point of view);
2.The HCOB language is extremely inflexible and dictator-like.3. He lived in the world of his silly fantasies (OT levels and other crap).4. He invented his own words (Scientology dictionary)
Still, we need one more symptom that puts his IQ in the 35-55 range. He exhibited this symptom, too -- it is called “inability to understand cause-and-effect relation”. An example of this symptom would be Hubbard’s assertion that cigarette smoking cures lung cancer.
There are several methods of determination of person’s IQ posthumously; my cousin Fiona, who is a clinical psychologist, chose the one she thinks is the most comprehensive.
I am going to describe the method that Fiona chose.
The method is based on a reasonable assumption that our Universe is a conglomerate of cause-and-effect relations. In order to have a successful and productive life a person must learn to use those relations to his/her advantage. This is a philosophical foundation of the method that Fiona used to calculate Hubbard’s IQ.
In practice, the statements made by a person who passed away are divided into 2 categories: 1. Statements that comply with cause-and-effect relations; 2. Statements that disagree with cause-and-effect relations. After that the ratio of statements of category 1 to statements of category 2 is formed; this ratio is used to determine the person’s IQ range (there is a formula for that).
Hubbard, Hitler, Lenin and some other infamous people made so many statements that it is impossible to catalog all of them. In their cases their statements are selected at random from their books, articles and letters; certain statistical selection procedures are used to avoid bias.
This is how the procedure worked in Hubbard’s case: Fiona bought several books by Hubbard and used biometrics table of random numbers to select pages from them. After that she cataloged statements presented on those pages; in total 100 pages were selected, which produced about 450 statements (not everything on a page is considered a statement). In the end the aforementioned ration was calculated, which put Hubbard’s IQ in the MR range.
For those interested in mathematical statistics: Usually, 100 statements is enough, the precision improves only slightly if 1000 or more statements are used. Besides, we do not need the exact Hubbard’s IQ, we need just his IQ range.
“This OT shit is driving me insane. On a positive side, I laugh a lot these days because I’m at a funny farm.”
L. Ron Hubbard
No soy marinero, soy capitan del culto de mi padre.