"An implant station probably looks a lot like an Org!!!" LOL indeed!
The really bad-ass ones look like the Sea Org. With roaches and everything.
I never ate at the Organ Grinder. I heard it was no great shakes.
My interpretation of the monkey incident is similar to your description. I concluded at the time that I had caused it with my exteriorization, but doubt it now. I am reasonably sure it wasn't exteriorization, perhaps visual signals or body language that the monkeys picked up on, or simple coincidence. The only ones that really freaked me were the monkeys that appeared completely asleep, and were turned away from the front of the cage. I was quite surprised by THEIR reaction!
I don't believe I actually went exterior or caused the ruckus. I am convinced that I was highly suggestable, used the "exteriorization" concept, and made it fit the circumstances in my own mind. It was a strange experience, but I feel my state of mind "filtered" the experience and made me feel that something was happening that was paranormal, when it did not. I have witnessed this same type of scenario with New Agers or Scientlogists, their being convinced that they have created some sort of paranormal effect that they had not. (such as the changing of traffic lights) I hope my days of self-delusion are over.
I challenge anyone who has finished the "L's", to go to the James Randi Foundation, and demonstrate their ability to go exterior with full perception.
No takers? What a shock! "Oh, we don't want to demonstrate OT powers overtly, because that will draw the wrong kind of attention!" Maybe it will draw the attention of "new meat", and you'll regs hundreds of new people for the "L's", ninny! If I saw proof, I'd probably sign up myself, and I've been through that hell!
Scn. turned me around, to be ultra-scientific in my views, and I now am very wary of "truths" and "spiritual" phenomena or the paranormal.
By the way, how often in Scn. did you hear "My knowingness tells me........."? What a bunch of nonsense!!! (My knowingness is better than your knowingness!) Perception is often very faulty, so how less acute would "intuition" or "knowingness" be? In the "wog" world, the equivalent is people saying how they trust their "instincts" (the 100% is silent, but understood). When I get in that sort of mood, I go to the James Randi website, and reading several items just breaks me out of that weird mind set.
Reality sucks sometimes, but it's the only game in town.