There are few who have spoke about personal
stories with LRH. Specially from early days. Pat
Krenik has, and is a good friend. She is although not uncritical an admirer. She said he had a game for everyone. Must be from his good days.
She has a forum " oldtimers" specifically to record personal stories re LRH. Few have been.
Hope you wish yours archived. I don't know anyone else who knew him from the beginning, let alone wrote. On the net we have Otto Roos, a little from Ralph Hilton, I have on MP3 some from Ray Kemp,
Best I know, you and Alan have written the most.
Phil Spickler some also.
I agree with yours and Alan's comments re sec checking. Like my departure was re an A-J check which was apparently on my CCRD. And worse. I was even then an old timer. Trivial, but intensely invalidative and completely screwy. Then an examination of PDH when I saw a child psychologist
I should have walked out of session. Could have resulted in isolation watch. But I was trying to make things go right. And I did.
I left. Now I tell the world they can do the good stuff.
Yet there is another side. One of my greatest actions was FPRD, done purely for case gain, on my own determinism.
Was a bit like life repair. I knew O/Ws were some of my ruin. I was educated enough to know was not this life. So I grabbed that rundown and took it to the limit. I ended up having to write SSs every day just to try and be sessionable and not
be ext or persistant F/N. Or both.
I know that if I was on OT 7, I couldn't even have put my attention on the areas I made gains on.
There is an HCOB on mixing rundowns I gather.
This is surely violated on OT 7 sec checks.