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Post by Sea Horse » Sat Jan 16, 2010 5:16 am

Wieber wrote:Is it just me or do the people in those publications involved with W.I.S.E. really look like doofs?
It's not just you. 8)
Wieber wrote:Thank you Sea Horse. Now I have more questions and comments, but mostly questions.
Ok. I'll try to help.
Wieber wrote:Is the Command Channels of Scientology a document or part of a docuement of some kind? If it is can you give us information as to title, date of publication, availability and so on?
This was a large 8.5x11 sized booklet that was available in org courserooms and qual libraries. Page 51 looks like a copyright notice mentions "1988". You can download your own copy.
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=I1OLXTZ1
Wieber wrote:I take it the WORLD INSTITUTE OF SCIENTOLOGY ENTERPRISES INTERNATIONAL (WISE INT) is the sea organization run part of W.I.S.E. Please, confirm this or correct it. If it is the sea organization part of W.I.S.E. can you tell us the part of the organization and the post that is above it and which controls it?
WISE is sea org. WISE Int is just a higher level (sea org, also). See the command channels of scientology document (http://www.megaupload.com/?d=I1OLXTZ1) for a chart showing all the connections between the various bits and pieces of the corporate conglomerate of scientology.
Wieber wrote:Does the WISE College exist in a building or buildings? Is this run directly by the sea organization?
Buildings. The is one in Los Angeles. There used to be one in Clearwater (I think it closed when Sue Mueller, the ED, died of cancer).

HCAs / Hubbard Colleges of Administration / WISE Colleges are not run by sea org. These are licensed entities, sort of like franchises.
Wieber wrote:What is "International Management"?
See chart in "command channels of scientology". http://www.megaupload.com/?d=I1OLXTZ1
Wieber wrote:Is this part of the organization at Gold Base?
No. Gold Base is a location. Gold Base personnel are "INT level" personnel. There are also Int level personnel at other locations on earth. Gold Base ONLY has int level people.
Wieber wrote:I am getting the impression that WISE is a major source of income and influence for scientology.
Correct-a-mundo!
Wieber wrote:I am getting the idea that it is, among scientology's front groups, one that has been sitting there up to now without much scrutiny and getting more or less a pass from the critical community.
Yes, because it's not very fun or glamorous to pour through contracts and business dealings.
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Post by caroline » Sun Jan 17, 2010 3:20 am

Prosperity 52 (c) 2001 WISE wrote:Image

Become a WISE Field Representative
There's no time to delay, we have the technology of administration, ethics, justice and for handling suppressives; we have the solutions to economic decline, organizational chaos, financial upheaval, third party, and non-production--our greatest task lies in simply getting the answers into people's hands. People recognize truth--someone must provide it. Become a WISE Field Representative. Introduce professionals to LRH admin tech and bring them on board as members of WISE.
Also, this e-mail from WISE member Tomi Bowling shows Scientology Chaos Tech in action.
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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Post by caroline » Sun Jan 17, 2010 9:37 pm

This article from Prosperity mag promotes "LRH tech" for character judging for workplace hiring and firing. WISE says its "Personnel Potential Analysis" is a "sister of the renowned Oxford Capacity Analysis (OCA.)" Just like Scientology "religious" corporations or entities, the "secular" Scientology tentacles also employ "IQ" and "Aptitude" tests.
Prosperity 52 (c) 2001 WISE wrote:Image
The Personnel Potential Analysis testing system makes accurate testing possible in the workplace.

1. Applicants are first interviewed in full.
2. A variety of tests are done.
3. The answers are entered into the new testing system program.
4. The results of the tests, combined with interview information and LRH tech give you a full picture of each applicant.

Testing & Evaluation

Technology Released for the Workplace

Have you ever had personnel problems? Unsure who you can trust in business? Do you or your executives have a built-in resistance to taking on new people?

Ask almost any business owner — each has their own tales of employees or associates they've misjudged, people they wished they'd never hired or placed in a key position. Years later, many a business owner can still tell you the exact names of these people — they seem to stand out in one's memory; a few such misfortunes and business owners become reluctant to hire at all.

Missing is the technology of predicting human behavior. How well will someone perform? How can one select those who will be an asset to an organization and reject the small percentage who will disrupt it?

"...one is looking for a small percentage. He is NOT trying to find perfect people!

"With that small percentage screened out, one can make recruits into valuable staff members.

"Whenever I see '80 percent were unsuitable' I really raise an eyebrow. Wrong percentage. When I see 'we dismissed 50 percent' I raise the other eyebrow. Wrong percentage. Ten percent yes. Fifty to 80 percent no.

"So when I see figures like that, I know that the screening is taking place in the wrong area. Somebody already IN is blocking others out and getting rid of them."— LRH


The New Personnel Potential Analysis Testing System!

In order to help you hire people who will succeed in your company and who will be an asset, a new product in testing recently received its United States and United Kingdom release: The Personnel Potential Analysis Testing System, a new computer product from WISE subsidiary, MasterTech Computer Products.

Available on CD, the Personnel Potential Analysis Testing was specifically created to provide a testing system tailored to the workplace, equipping you with essential interview tools.

Comprising three separate tests, this new product includes:

The 200 question Personnel Potential Analysis. A sister of the renowned Oxford Capacity Analysis (OCA), this questionnaire gives you a measure of how personnel will perform by charting specific job-related traits such as: stability, goal attainment, composure, certainty, activity level, communication level, etc.

The Intelligence Quotient (IQ) test gives you a measure of an individual's ability to solve problems.

The Aptitude test provides you an index to employee ability to duplicate instructions and employee accident prone-ness.

These tests do not replace the standard interview procedure; rather, they augment your existing procedure and make it complete.

This testing system program is Windows based and comes with a detailed manual, CD and license agreement. With this easy-to-use program, you can quickly input test data and produce a complete evaluation of each of the tests, including what each means. You can also test right in your own business, with no cost per individual test.

Most business people consider the elements of any hiring interview to be information regarding experience, certificates/training and recommendations, which they usually are provided with in a resume. The interview itself is then used to gain additional information on a person and to form a judgement on their character and how well they will fit in.

However, with interviewees often "on their best behavior", and interviewers missing key LRH tools and technology, the interview process can fall very short of being revelatory.

However, when you apply LRH tech to the subject of hiring or the filling of vital positions, a whole panorama of additional tools come to view: statistics, production record, chronic tone level, human evaluation tech and with the new Personnel Potential Analysis testing system, the use of tests.

[image caption: The Personnel Potential Analysis Testing System was released in the U.S. at the WISE Flag Land Base Convention and just recently (above) in the United Kingdom at the WISE Convention at Saint Hill.]
MasterTech: http://www.mastertech.com/index.htm

Chris Melvin's Service completions and WISE listings.
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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Post by Wieber » Mon Jan 18, 2010 12:25 am

Have you ever had personnel problems? Unsure who you can trust in business? Do you or your executives have a built-in resistance to taking on new people?

Ask almost any business owner — each has their own tales of employees or associates they've misjudged, people they wished they'd never hired or placed in a key position. Years later, many a business owner can still tell you the exact names of these people — they seem to stand out in one's memory; a few such misfortunes and business owners become reluctant to hire at all.

Missing is the technology of predicting human behavior. How well will someone perform? How can one select those who will be an asset to an organization and reject the small percentage who will disrupt it?
The answer to that problem is to read Snakes in Suits by Paul Babiak, Ph.D. and Robert D. Hare, Ph.D. (Both psychologists.)

The problem with using scientology for screening people is that scientology's machinations screen out the wrong people. Hubbard may have known something about psychopaths. He must have looked in a mirror occasionally. Beyond that there is nothing about that personality disorder in any of his writings or lectures. His so called suppressive person technology only corresponds on the one beat with what is known about psychopaths, and that is the term, "anti social personality."

A person in business can buy a copy of Snakes in Suits for its one time cost or borrow a copy from the local library. There are no further fees involved. The information in that book is invaluable for screening employees.

Using scientology's screening process for hiring people is potentially dangerous because it is entirely based on a wrong target.
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Post by Wieber » Sun Jan 24, 2010 8:35 pm

I don't know if this was previously posted or not. I found it while searching for pictures of L. Ron's offices.

http://www.theweekinwise.org/
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Post by Gumbythetruth » Mon Jan 25, 2010 5:57 pm

When I step back and take a look @ WISE as it is today, I see a lot of similarities between it and ponzi type schemes . I.E meaning the ways in which so many of these WISE companies seem to have taxation issues. Then there is all these store front companies that really offer nothing.

Only the originators of those store front operations reap any financial benefits from the sheeple.

An example would be this FOWLER SOFTWARE affair. Go do some research on them. Jump down that rabbit hole. Start linking some of their claims with what they delivered, then look at some of the shell companies they where associated with. (PEGPAY).

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Post by Dorothy » Tue Jan 26, 2010 6:25 pm

In her book, Nancy Many exposes the true nature of WISE. Run directly by Scino-Corp, it's soul purpose is to get wealthy, qualified professionals hooked on scientology, because they are the only ones who can afford to pay the huge sums of money (hundreds of thousands) required to become one of the upper class in scientology. If you were a member of WISE and you were not with that program, your business suddenly became defunct and you could no longer operate.

Similar to Nancy, after leaving staff I too did my stint at a scientology-run consulting company in Clearwater. There are few places for you to go when you join up young and have no real work experience to put on a resume. Every consulting company is required to have a person on staff who specifically wears the "hat" of bridge consultant or bridge liaison- they go by various names in each business. If your consulting company is not resulting in people on the bridge (people joining scientology), you are harassed by the WISE extortionists. In addition to that you are required to pay exorbitant annual "licensing" fees (highest level was 10-12K per year), as well as 10-15% of all your income, as well as other required fees such as hourly rates to approve your own written materials (from scientology's "IA-IssueAuthority"), plus purchasing WISE's proprietary training programs, etc.

That's how the believers get shaken down. But it's way, way worse for the unsuspecting clients of the believers. One of the worst things in my opinion is the fine print written into their contracts. For example, if an employees smells a rat and realizes they are being forced to learn and use Hubbard's doctrine, or if they are fired because they are not with Hubbard's directives, and they decide to sue the client (their employer), guess what? Per the contract, the client has to pay all the consultant's legal fees, all court costs, etc. In a big lawsuit, this can be in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. The scientologist consultants, WISE, and scientology are completely shielded by these contracts and are legally free of all liability, because the client signs it all away at the get-go. That, after paying anywhere from $15,000 to $50,000 for annual service contracts. They prey upon technical professionals, such doctors, chiro's and dentists, who have little business savvy. They use that concept as a selling point and it is quite successful. Twelve years of medical school does not allow for much time in business training. They graduate and their success truly depends upon their business acumen, not how good a doctor they are. The scinos purport to teach them this acumen. But they leave out such important things as "never sign a contract without reading and understanding the fine print and it would be a good idea to have your lawyer look it over too".

Technically, it does not qualify as a ponzi scheme, but it is for sure a RACKET and should be held up against RICO charges.

Like BFG's landmark case, a strategic case against WISE on RICO charges would deal an important blow against such abuses.
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Post by caroline » Tue Jan 26, 2010 9:06 pm

In b4 anyone else realizes it's a racket.

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Original image thanks to http://ronhubbard.wordpress.com/

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Are they now after tennis stars just beyond or just approaching their prime?
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Post by magoo1 » Tue Jan 26, 2010 9:17 pm

WOW! Now *that* is a "Picture is worth a thousand words" :cheers:

Thanks, Caroline. Does anyone have access to the latest W.I.S.E.
Directory? We went to 2 missions and the Hubbard College, last night,
but all said "No-we don't have it". Phony or real? They used to be all
over the place.

My best,

T

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Post by fisherman » Fri Jan 29, 2010 8:06 am

Just wanted to jump in and again thank everyone for all the help!

I finally got the update on WISE arbitration added to the WWP wiki. I'll paste the new section below for comment or additions. For a while there every time I sat down to finish it, some IRL distraction seemed to pop up.

Thanks to everyone for additions to the thread since I last checked in. I'm hoping to use more of this material on the wiki.

Magoo, I tried to relate your experience as best I could, but some of the details may be slightly off, since I'm not personally knowledgeable of Scientology's inner workings. Nonetheless I believe it's accurate and relates the message we wanted to tell.

SeaHorse, your comments are now posted and I appreciate all the help. Unfortunately, I lost the zip file you provided with the Clearwater testimony and info on fees for WISE arbitration. I went back to the megaupload link and found an LRH talk concerning the future of orgs. Very interesting, but I don't think that's the one you had there originally. If I've missed something, please let me know. I've been a little out of the loop.

Thanks again for all the help.

fisherman

Here the addition on WISE arbitration:
To enforce these “ethical standards” WISE operates an independent judicial system to adjudicate criminal complaints and disputes between members. WISE arbitration is separate from Scientology's ecclesiastical court, which adjudicates breaches of ethics in the church. Since WISE members are also Scientologists, the distinction between these two judicial venues can become muddied.

WISE members have been accused of maneuvering in both courts, seeking best advantage. For example, a member aware they will lose a WISE arbitration, might throw the matter into turmoil by counter-charging their accuser of "out-ethics" in Scientology's ecclesiastical court.

Whatever the outcome of any individual case, WISE arbitration establishes another control mechanism over it's members that keeps them in line with Scientology doctrine. According to the WISE Info Letter #36,

"... the primary reason WISE was established was to see to it that Scientology organizations, their staff and their public, are kept safe from individuals involved in unethical business practices...

... Another duty and function of WISE is to rapidly and terminatedly handle any business person or business activity found to be adversely affecting a Scientology organization. This is done by getting the offending persons familiar with the policy regarding such activities, getting their agreement to cease any destructive activities...

... WISE will similarly make known such terminals, [publish company names] giving applicable specifics so as to not create a mystery."

In other words, WISE will "put ethics in" when a member fails to do so. This is the same "handling" procedure and doctrine Tom Cruise describes as applicable to individuals.

Here again, "ethics" means, very specifically, adherence to the doctrines and policies of L. Ron Hubbard -- NOT the standard or generalized definition most of us use everyday.

This is further manifested by the fact that WISE arbitrators are Scientologists, but typically not attorneys. No legal experience or formal training beyond Scientology courses is required.

WISE arbitrators pay to gain their office. WISE arbitrators pay an annual fee (reported to be $1,000) to hold the honorary title of “Charter Member”. They must be also pay the annual WISE membership fee, in accordance with their company size. The published range for yearly membership is $500 to $6,000.

In turn, Wise arbitrators collect fees for adjudicating disputes. This remuneration (along with the "up front" costs of "Charter Membership" creates a financial conflict of interest. Members who availed themselves to WISE arbitration have criticized the proceedings as ineffectual and inclined to favor high dollar donors to the church.

ToryMagoo believes that the mediation started by she and her husband was thwarted when the opposing party "bought off" Scientology management aboard the church's private cruise ship. The opposing party happened to be the second largest church contributors in that year.

"[Name withheld] ripped my husband and I out of $50,000. They also, in the same "WISE Arbitration" ripped my husband's partner and his wife off to the tune of $100,000; we went by the Scientology laws, didn't go to a legal court. We hired an attorney, and went through W.I.S.E doing the Arbitration Hubbard had said one must do.

It was agreed the [opposing party] owed us &50,000 and his partner and wife: $100,000."

Tory and her husband hired an attorney to represent them in the WISE proceeding. The arbitration was decided in their favor. For various reasons the case was interdicted by Scientology's ecclesiastical court and mysteriously canceled. The opposing party was taking expensive courses at Scientology's Fort Harrison Hotel in Clearwater, FL at the time, leading to speculation that a pay-off was involved. According to Tory,

"[Opposing party] was at Flag for most of this . Apparently [opposing party] headed for the Ship; The outcome? Overnight: THE NIGHT THE FINDINGS CAME OUT THAT HE OWED US THAT MONEY -- They cancelled the entire Issue that the Arbitrations were all based on!! "

ToryMagoo's distrust of WISE arbitration proceedings is shared by many
Ex-Scientologists. "Sea Horse" offers this opinion of WISE mediation,

"WISE also operates a pseudo-court, run by non-trained and certainly non-licensed "legal" practitioners called WISE Charter Committee Members who pay hefty membership fees to WISE for the privilege of performing these "judge-ly" duties.

Any sort of complaint between two WISE-member business persons is to be handled with WISE's dispute resolution line, a sort of pseudo-mediation where the participants must first pay to do the dispute resolution. In the early steps, the participants perform several Scientology techniques including revealing embarrassing, disreputable acts and thoughts through self-written disclosures. (Who knows where these write-ups end up?)

In the end, however, the participant who gets the favorable result from the mediation will always be the one who has paid in the most amount of money to a Church of Scientology, or who has the most potential to do so. Conversely, the participant who will get the least favorable result will be the one who deserves to get money from the other party -- who has conveniently "promised" to give those funds instead to Scientology.

More often than not, the "dispute" is between someone who committed a crime and his or her victim who is seeking justice. One cannot effectively mediate with the perpetrator of a crime in which you are the victim. And since none of the WISE Charter Committee Members have any legal training, they fail to spot the criminal/victim relationship between the two business persons.

I have known people get away with felony crimes and the victim gets the short end of the stick... again... courtesy of the WISE Charter Committee."

WISE infiltrates business and professional organizations gradually. New recruits to WISE are generally unaware of the dominance Church of Scientology has over the organization. The autocratic and extortionate tactics ToryMagoo and others experienced escalates in proportion to how deeply the recruit can be drawn into the Scientology fold.

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Post by Sea Horse » Fri Jan 29, 2010 2:53 pm

fisherman wrote:SeaHorse, your comments are now posted and I appreciate all the help. Unfortunately, I lost the zip file you provided with the Clearwater testimony and info on fees for WISE arbitration. I went back to the megaupload link and found an LRH talk concerning the future of orgs. Very interesting, but I don't think that's the one you had there originally. If I've missed something, please let me know. I've been a little out of the loop.
In this thread I had several links to several things, however, I think the piece you're looking for was sent by me to you via PM. I'll re-send it. Check your PMs.

The other think you might be looking for was a link to a thread on WWP
http://forums.whyweprotest.net/123-leak ... ion-44429/
which had this link in it
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=KYHQ90ZI
for a file named scientology-wise-files.zip
which includes the WISE mediation guide and these files
WWP posting wrote:19820820ii HCOPL - Moonripping.pdf
19820826 SPD - Understanding trademarks and the use and protection of Scientology and Dianetics.pdf
19821208ra SPD Staff moonlighting rules and regulations.pdf
19901026 SPD - Understanding copyrights and how to use them.pdf
19951018 SPD - Outside firms and terminals forbidden to operate on org premises, HCO Area Sec's to enforce.pdf
19960000 WISE Submission checklist for English Issue authority submissions.pdf
19960419 WISE Int ED 439RB - Reports Officer WISE International.pdf
19960425 WISE Int ED 456 - Church post titles and their use in business.pdf
19961123 WISE Int ED 500 - Issue authority for WISE members, Rules and regulations for English submissions.pdf
19970407 SPD - Keeping business disputes off church lines.pdf
19970911 FLB ED 1405 - Renting of spaces to Flag publics.pdf
1998 WISE Membership Agreement, General member.pdf
19990000 WISE membership renewal form.pdf
19991019 WISE Copyright guidelines.pdf
2000 WISE Membership Agreement, General member.pdf
2001 WISE brochure - WISE General Membership Kit.pdf
2002 WISE newsletter.pdf
2002 WISE profile of Graham Payne & the Basics of Ethics.pdf
2003 WISE Membership Agreement, Associate member.pdf
2003 WISE Membership Agreement.pdf
20030128 WISE Info Letter 24R WISE Field Representative game, the launch of moving LRH's Admin Tech into the hands of millions.pdf
20030200 Special message from the Reports Officer WISE.pdf
20030722 WISE EUS Ethics Order 142.pdf
20030800 WISE EUS letter re knowledge reports.pdf
20030826 WISE EUS Ethics Order 146.pdf
20031221 WISE Info letter 36 - The WISE membership - Are you with us.pdf
20040315 Wise Order 45 - The WISE Charter Membership consulting of Scientologists - Wrong target.pdf
20040317 WISE WUS Ethics Order 110.pdf
20041230 WISE Info letter 38 - WISE licensed consulting & training groups as FSMs.pdf
BEC - Executive efficiency program.pdf
BEC - mini three-division org board.pdf
BEC - Program for a business professional (one person business).pdf
MAKH 1 Org Bd.pdf
MAKH 2 Comm System.pdf
MAKH 3 Staff Httg.pdf
MAKH 4 Mgmt by Stats.pdf
MAKH 5 Solvency.pdf
MAKH Evidence Requirements.pdf
MAKH Implementation program #1 Organizing Board implementation.pdf
MAKH Implementation program #4 Management by statistics.pdf
MAKH Implementation program #5 Company solvency.pdf
MAKH Model of Admin Know How Compliance Reports.pdf
Prosperity magazine 50 (2000).pdf
Prosperity magazine 56 (2002).pdf
Sakhi Guma, ED WISE WUS, business card.pdf
WISE - Code of a WISE Member (2003).pdf
WISE - Code of a WISE Member.pdf
WISE - Letter re signing Assoc member agreement.pdf
WISE Associate Membership card.pdf
WISE brochure - Become a charter member of WISE.pdf
WISE brochure - WISE General Membership.pdf
WISE Business Handling Checklist #1 How to get compliance to orders.pdf
WISE Business Handling Checklist #13 How to write your company's admin scale.pdf
WISE Business Handling Checklist #14 Business debug checklist.pdf
WISE Business Handling Checklist #2 How to put a new employee on post and get him or her producing.pdf
WISE Business Handling Checklist #3 How to raise your company's income.pdf
WISE Business Handling Checklist #4 How to assist the overworked executive.pdf
WISE Business Handling Checklist #5R How to revert a broken Affluence.pdf
WISE Business Handling Checklist #6 How to correctly scale a graph.pdf
WISE Business Handling Checklist #7 How to put together an ad or promo piece.pdf
WISE Business Handling Checklist #8 How to mini program your company.pdf
WISE catalog online.pdf
WISE Clearwater Charter Committee fee schedule, instructions, and mediation application.pdf
WISE Company Rudiments Checklist.pdf
WISE flyer - associate membership.pdf
WISE Member Certificate Programs, Catalog 2000-2001.pdf
WISE Standard Dispute Resolution Service Guidebook.pdf
WISE-Training-and-Materials-Catalog.pdf
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