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B O A R D P O L I C Y L E T T E R

26 JANUARY 1972R

ISSUE V

REVISED AND REISSUED 11 OCTOBER 1974 AS BPL



Remimeo

Scn Orgs CANCELS

Academies HCO POLICY LETTER OF 26 JANUARY 1972

Level 1 ISSUE V



Students SAME TITLE

SCIENTOLOGY LEVEL 1 STANDARD

ACADEMY CHECKSHEET

( HTS ) Hubbard Trained Scientologist

THIS COURSE CONTAINS KNOWLEDGE VITAL TO SUCCESSFUL LIVING .

PREREQUISITE: Provisional Class 0. (The student must also have completed Word

Clearing Method No. 1 with all words taken to F/N, and have done the Applied Scholastics

Basic Study Manual (unless the student has already done a non-superliterate Student Hat or

PRD and M1 with each word fully cleared to F/N.)

ORGANIZATION:_____________________________

STUDENT’S NAME:__________________________ POST:___________________

DATE STARTED:____________________ DATE COMPLETED:______________

This checksheet contains the vital survival knowledge of Scientology Level One

technology.

REQUIREMENTS:

Full Study Tech is to be used throughout this course. Standard classroom Word

Clearing methods are required. The course is done fast flow per HCO PL 31 Aug 74 Issue II

Fast Flow Training Reinstated.

CERTIFICATE:

Completion of this checksheet entitles you to a “Provisional Hubbard Trained

Scientologist Certificate”. A Provisional Certificate is only valid for one year at which time it

must be validated.

When you have completed through to Class IV training you should Intern in this

Organization under the professional guidance of our Technical Experts. When you can then

apply the processes of the grade flublessly you will be awarded your full permanent Hubbard

Trained Scientologist Certificate.

For Classification a minimum of completing one person on the Expanded Grade is

required. This is best done on a 3 way Co-Audit where student A audit student B who audits

student C who audits student A.

Study the data in checksheet order. Do not go past a word you do not understand. Use

a dictionary and for Scientology (R) terms, use a Scientology dictionary and refer to the.Symbols and Definitions list (HCOB 23 Aug 65 - Abbreviations and Symbols of Dianetics (R)

and Scientology).

* = 100% knowledge of and understanding and ability to apply.

Not starred = read and listened to the data and understanding of.

A demonstration of any of the materials may be requested to give you full

understanding of them.

The checksheet is one time through materials and practical.

Academy Zero Checksheet has been done. _________

A. ORIENTATION SECTION:

* HCO PL 15 Jun 70 Keeping Scientology Working

* HCO PL 17 Jun 70 Technical Degrades

B. BOOKS - To be read by end of Course.

Problems of Work

Control & Mechanics of SCS

C. CLAY

* 1. What a Stable Datum is.

* 2. How it is that Control is composed of Start, Change

and Stop.

D. CHARTS

BPL 25 Jun 70R Classification & Gradation Chart

1974 Level 1 Section

E. SCALES:

* HCOB 18 Sep 67R Scales

Rev. 4 April 74

F. CODES:

* HCO PL 14 Oct 68 Auditor’s Code AD 18

* HCO PL 2 Nov 66 Auditor’s Code AD 18

Addition

* HCO PL 5 Feb 69 Press Policy Code of a Scientologist

G. TA:

* HCOB 1 Oct 63 How to Get Tone Arm Motion

* HCOB 18 Mar 74 E-Meter Sensitivity Errors

H. F/N DATA:

* HCOB 20 Feb 70 Floating Needles and EP

* HCOB 14 Mar 71 F/N Everything

* HCOB 21 Mar 74 End Phenomena.I. PRACTICAL:

* HCOB 16 Aug 71 Training Drills Modernized

* HCOB 1 Oct 65 Mutter TR

* HCOB 24 May 68 Coaching

* HCOB 29 Jun 62 How to Acknowledge

* HCOB 29 Sep 65 Cyclical & Non-Cyclical

Process Conclusions

* HCOB 7 May 68 Upper Indoc TRs

BTB 22 May 71 TR 8 Clarification Revised

J . TRs: (HCOB 16 Aug 71 Training Drills Modernized)

TAPE: Listen to an LRH Tape Demo of an Auditing Session before and while drilling

each TR. Listen specifically for the aspects of TR 0 (presence), TR 1, TR 2, TR 3, and

TR 4 for each TR as you get to it.

* OT TR 0 * TR 4

* TR 0 * TR 6

* TR 0 BB * TR 7

* TR 1 * TR 8

* TR 2 * TR 9

* TR 3 * Mutter TR

K. METER DRILLS:

From the Book of E-Meter Drills

1. 10. 19.

2. 11. 20.

3. 12. 21.

4. 13.

5. 14.

6. 15.

7. 16.

8. 17.

9. 18.

L. TAPES:

* 13 Oct 64 Cycles of Action

* 29 Aug 65 Basics of Auditing

CLAY DEMO:

1. The mechanics of a Cycle of Action.

2. Session Control vs No Session Control.

and what happens in the pc’s bank.

M. AUDITOR MUST NOTS:

* HCOB 7 Apr 64 All Levels Q&A

* HCOB 7 May 69 5 GAEs

N. PC DATA:

* HCOB 3 Mar 69 Case Gain Completing Levels

* HCOB 30 Apr 69 Auditor Trust

BPL 25 Jun 70R Expanded Lower Grades Chart

of Abilities Gained.(Level 1 Section)

* HCOB 16 Jun 70 C/S Series 6 What the C/S

is doing

CLAY DEMO: The full End Phenomena of Grade 1

Ability Attained.

O. STYLES OF AUDITING

* HCOB 28 Feb 59 Analysis of Cases

* HCOB 6 Nov 64 Styles of Auditing

P. MODEL SESSION:

* BTB 18 Nov 68R Model Session

Revised 9 Jun 74

* BTB 2 May 72R Clearing Commands

Revised 10 June 74

Q. PROCESSES FOR LEVEL 1:

NOTE: See HCOB 17 Mar 74 TWC Checksheets TWC, Using Wrong Questions -before

studying, drilling and running the processes.

BTB 6 Jan 72R O-IV Expanded Grade

Processes Part C - Grade

1 Processes

USE: BTB 9 Oct 71R Rev. 10 June 74

Drills for Auditors

Level 1 Drills

CCHs:

* TAPE: 22 June 61 Running CCHs

* HCOB 12 Aug 62 CCH Answers

* HCOB 7 Aug 62 CCHs More Info

* BTB 12 Sep 63 CCH Data

* HCOB 11 Jun 57 Training & CCH Processes

Reissued 12 May 72

CLAY DEMO: The purpose of CCHs and how it is accomplished.

DRILL: TR 100-1

TR 100-2

TR 100-3

TR 100-4

TR 100-5

TR 100-6

TR 100-7

TR 100-8

TR 100-9

TR 100-10

TR 100-11

TR 100-12

TR 100-13

TR 100-14

OBJECTIVES

* BOOK: Creation of Human Ability - R2-67 Objects

DRILL: TR 100-15

TR 100-16.* PAB 153 (1 Feb 59) 3 Part Locational

DRILL: TR 100-17

TR 100-18

* BOOK: Creation of Human Ability - R2-17 Op Pro by Dup

* HCOB 4 Feb 59 Op Pro by Dup

BTB 24 Oct 71 Op Pro By Dup EP .

DRILL: TR 100-19

TR 100-20

START CHANGE STOP

* HCOB 2 Feb 61 UK Cases Different

Issue I Clear Procedure

* PAB 87

DRILL: TR 100-21

TR 100-22

CONTROL TRIO:

* PAB 137

* PAB 146

DRILL: TR 100-23

TR 100-24

GOALS:

* PAB 137

* PAB 146

DRILL: TR 100-25

TR 100-26

OPENING PROCEDURE SOP 8C:

* PAB 34

* BOOK: Creation of Human Ability - R2-16

DRILL: TR 100-27

TR 100-28

HELP PROCESSES:

* HCOB 5 May 60 Help

DRILL: TR 100-29

TR 100-30

LOWER DICHOTOMY OF HELP OR TWO WAY FAILED HELP:

* HCOB 3 Nov 60 Failed Help

DRILL: TR 100-31

TR 100-32

FORMULA 16:

* HCOB 10 Nov 60 Formula 13

* HCOB 15 Dec 60 Pre-Session 37

DRILL: TR 100-33

TR 100-34

FORMULA 17:.* HCOB 15 Dec 60 Presession 37

* HCOB 3 Nov 60 Failed Help

DRILL: TR 100-35

TR 100-36

FIVE WAY CONCEPT HELP:

* HCOB 14 July 60 Concept Help

DRILL: TR 100-37

TR 100-38

CONCEPT HELP:

* HCOB 14 Jul 60 Concept Help

DRILL: TR 100-39

TR 100-40

HELP O/W:

* HCOB 12 May 60 Help Processing

DRILL: TR 100-41

TR 100-42

FIVE WAY BRACKET HELP:

* HCOB 5 Nov 65 5 Way Bracket on Help

DRILL: TR 100-43

TR 100-44

RUNNING HELP ON AN ITEM:

* HCOB 28 Jul 58 Clear Procedure

* HCOB 7 Jul 60 The Assessment on Help

DRILL: TR 100-45

TR 100-46

REGIMEN TWO:

* HCOB 26 Aug 60 Regimen Two

DRILL: TR 100-47

TR 100-48

FORMULA 20:

* HCOB 2 Mar 61 Formula 20

DRILL: TR 100-49

TR 100-50

PROBLEMS PROCESSES:

* TAPE: 21 April 64 Problems and Solutions

CLAY DEMOS:

1. Demonstrate a problem.

2. Demonstrate why a pc makes no gain when he has a PTP..INVENT PROBLEMS PROCESS

* HCOB 11 Jan 59 An Amusingly Effective Process

DRILL: TR 100-51

TR 100-52

HAS V - GRADE I PROCESS:

* HCOB 19 Jan 61 Additional HAS PROCESSES

DRILL: TR 100-53

TR 100-54

PROBLEMS PROCESSES FOR PTPs:

* HCOB 16 Dec 57 Present Time Problem

* HCOB 1 Mar 58 “Processes”

DRILL: TR 100-55

TR 100-56

PROBLEMS PROCESS:

* HCOB 31 Mar 60 The PTP

DRILL: TR 100-57

TR 100-58

PROBLEM OF COMPARABLE MAGNITUDE:

* HCOB 15 Dec 57 Present Time Problem

* HCOB 1 Mar 58 “Processes”

DRILL: TR 100-55

TR 100-60

ROUTINE 1A PROBLEMS PROCESS:

* HCOB 6 July 61 Routine 1A

DRILL: TR 100-61

TR 100-62

SOLUTION TO SOLUTIONS:

* HCOB 3 May 59 Solution to Solutions

DRILL: TR 100-63

TR 100-64

USE OF PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS:

* BOOK: Creation of Human Ability - R2-20

DRILL: TR 100-65

TR 100-66

PREPCHECK DATA:

* HCOB 14 Aug 64 Prepcheck Buttons

* HCOB 9 Sep 63 Repetitive Rudiments &

Repetitive Prepchecking

* HCOB 27 May 70 Unreading Questions & Items

* TAPE: 3 Oct 61 The Prior Confusion

CLAY DEMO: The Prior Confusion & the Problem..PROBLEMS INTENSIVE:

* HCOB 27 Sep 62 Problems Intensive Use

* TAPE: 11 Oct 61 Problems Intensive

DRILL: TR 100-67

TR 100-68

LEVEL 1 TRIPLE:

* BTB 6 Jan 72R Expanded Grade 1 Processes

(Level 1 Triple)

DRILL: TR 100-69

TR 100-70

HAVINGNESS:

* BTB 6 Jan 72R Expanded Grade 1 Processes

(Havingness )

DRILL: TR 100-71

TR 100-72

R. AUDITING SECTION

AUDIT A MINIMUM OF ONE PERSON TO EXPANDED

GRADE 1 RELEASE

STUDENT ATTEST : _________________________ DATE: ____________________

ACADEMY C/S : ____________________________ DATE: ____________________

S. STUDENT COMPLETION

I have completed the requirements of this checksheet and I know and can apply this

material.

STUDENT ATTEST : _______________________ DATE: ____________________

T. SUPERVISOR

I have trained this student to the best of my ability and he/she has completed the

requirements of this checksheet and knows and can apply the checksheet data.

SUPERVISOR : ____________________________ DATE: ____________________

U. STUDENT ATTEST AT C&A

I attest :

A. I have enroled on the course.

B. I have paid for the course.

C. I have studied and understand all the materials

on the checksheet..D. I have done all the drills on this checksheet.

E. I can produce an Expanded Grade 0 Release.

STUDENT ATTEST : ________________________ DATE: ___________________

C&A : _______________________________________

V. CERTS AND AWARDS

Provisional Class 1 Certificate issued.

C&A : _____________________________________ DATE: ____________________

Route to Course Admin for filing in the students folder.

Training and Services Aide

Revised by

W/O Ron Shafran, CS-4

and Flag Mission 1234

Reissued as BPL

by Flag Mission 1234

I/C: CPO Andrea Lewis

2nd: Molly Harlow

Authorised by AVU

for the

BOARDS OF DIRECTORS

of the

CHURCHES OF SCIENTOLOGY

BDCS:HH:BW:RS:AL:MH:mh

Copyright © 1972, 1974

by L. Ron Hubbard

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.HUBBARD COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE

Saint Hill Manor, East Grinstead, Sussex

HCO POLICY LETTER OF 7 FEBRUARY 1965

REISSUED 15 JUNE 1970

Remimeo (Corrected per Flag Issue 28.1.73)

Sthil Students

Assn/Org Sec Hat

HCO Sec Hat

Case Sup Hat

Ds of P Hat

Ds of T Hat

Staff Member Hat

Franchise

(issued May 1965)

Note: Neglect of this Pol Ltr has caused great hardship on staffs, has cost countless millions and made it

necessary in 1970 to engage in an all out International effort to restore basic Scientology over the world. Within

5 years after the issue of this PL with me off the lines, violation had almost destroyed orgs. “Quickie grades”

entered in and denied gain to tens of thousands of cases. Therefore actions which neglect or violate this Policy

Letter are HIGH CRIMES resulting in Comm Evs on ADMINISTRATORS and EXECUTIVES. It is not

entirely a tech matter” as its neglect destroys orgs and caused a 2 year slump. IT IS THE BUSINESS OF



EVERY STAFF MEMBER to enforce it.

ALL LEVELS

KEEPING SCIENTOLOGY WORKING

HCO Sec or Communicator Hat Check

on all personnel and new personnel

as taken on.

We have some time since passed the point of achieving uniformly workable technology.

The only thing now is getting the technology applied.

If you can’t get the technology applied then you can’t deliver what’s promised. It’s as

simple as that. If you can get the technology applied, you can deliver what’s promised.

The only thing you can be upbraided for by students or pcs is “no results”. Trouble

spots occur only where there are “no results”. Attacks from governments or monopolies occur

only where there are “no results” or “bad results”.

Therefore the road before Scientology is clear and its ultimate success is assured if the

technology is applied.

So it is the task of the Assn or Org Sec, the HCO Sec, the Case Supervisor, the D of P,

the D of T and all staff members to get the correct technology applied.

Getting the correct technology applied consists of:

One: Having the correct technology.

Two: Knowing the technology.

Three: Knowing it is correct.

Four: Teaching correctly the correct technology.

Five: Applying the technology..Six: Seeing that the technology is correctly applied.

Seven: Hammering out of existence incorrect technology.

Eight: Knocking out incorrect applications.

Nine: Closing the door on any possibility of incorrect technology.

Ten: Closing the door on incorrect application.

One above has been done.

Two has been achieved by many.

Three is achieved by the individual applying the correct technology in a proper manner

and observing that it works that way.

Four is being done daily successfully in most parts of the world.

Five is consistently accomplished daily.

Six is achieved by instructors and supervisors consistently.

Seven is done by a few but is a weak point.

Eight is not worked on hard enough.

Nine is impeded by the “reasonable” attitude of the not quite bright.

Ten is seldom done with enough ferocity.

Seven, Eight, Nine and Ten are the only places Scientology can bog down in any area.

The reasons for this are not hard to find. (a) A weak certainty that it works in Three

above can lead to weakness in Seven, Eight, Nine and Ten. (b) Further, the not-too-bright have

a bad point on the button Self-Importance. (c) The lower the IQ, the more the individual is shut

off from the fruits of observation. (d) The service facs of people make them defend themselves

against anything they confront good or bad and seek to make it wrong. (e) The bank seeks to

knock out the good and perpetuate the bad.

Thus, we as Scientologists and as an organization must be very alert to Seven, Eight,

Nine and Ten.

In all the years I have been engaged in research I have kept my comm lines wide open

for research data. I once had the idea that a group could evolve truth. A third of Century has

thoroughly disabused me of that idea. Willing as I was to accept suggestions and data, only a

handful of suggestions (less than twenty) had long run value and none were major or basic; and

when I did accept major or basic suggestions and used them, we went astray and I repented and

eventually had to “eat crow”.

On the other hand there have been thousands and thousands of suggestions and

writings which, if accepted and acted upon, would have resulted in the complete destruction of

all our work as well as the sanity of pcs. So I know what a group of people will do and how

insane they will go in accepting unworkable “technology”. By actual record the percentages are

about twenty to 100,000 that a group of human beings will dream up bad technology to destroy

good technology. As we could have gotten along without suggestions, then, we had better steel

ourselves to continue to do so now that we have made it. This point will, of course, be attacked

as “unpopular” “egotistical” and “undemocratic”. It very well may be. But it is also a survival.point And I don’t see that popular measures, self- abnegation and democracy have done

anything for Man but push him further into the mud. Currently, popularity endorse degraded

novels, self- abnegation has filled the South East Asian jungles with stone idols and corpses,

and democracy has given us inflation and income tax.

Our technology has not been discovered by a group. True, if the group had no

supported me in many ways I could not have discovered it either. But it remains that in its

formative stages it was not discovered by a group, then group efforts, one can safely assume,

will not add to it or successfully alter it in the future. I can only say this now that it is done.

There remains, of course, group tabulation or co-ordination of what has been done, which will

be valuable-only so long as it does not seek to alter basic principles and successful applications.

The contributions that were worth while in this period of forming the technology were

help in the form of friendship, of defence, of organization, of dissemination, of application, of

advices on results and of finance. These were great contributions and were, and are,

appreciated. Many thousands contributed in this way and made us what we are. Discovery

contribution was not however part of the broad picture.

We will not speculate here on why this was so or how I came to rise above the bank.

We are dealing only in facts and the above is a fact-the group left to its own devices would not

have evolved Scientology but with wild dramatization of the bank called “new ideas” would

have wiped it out. Supporting this is the fact that Man has never before evolved workable

mental technology and emphasizing it is the vicious technology he did evolve-psychiatry,

psychology, surgery, shock treatment, whips, duress, punishment, etc, ad infinitum.

So realize that we have climbed out of the mud by whatever good luck and good sense,

and refuse to sink back into it again. See that Seven, Eight, Nine and Ten above are ruthlessly

followed and we will never be stopped. Relax them, get reasonable about it and we will perish.

So far, while keeping myself in complete communication with all suggestions, I have

not failed on Seven, Eight, Nine and Ten in areas I could supervise closely. But it’s not good

enough for just myself and a few others to work at this.

Whenever this control as per Seven, Eight. Nine and Ten has been relaxed the whole

organizational area has failed. Witness Elizabeth, N.l., Wichita, the early organizations and

groups. They crashed only because I no longer did Seven, Eight, Nine and Ten. Then, when

they were all messed up you saw the obvious “reasons” for failure. But ahead of that they

ceased to deliver and that involved them in other reasons.

The common denominator of a group is the reactive bank. Thetans without banks have

different responses. They only have their banks in common. They agree then only on bank

principles. Person to person the bank is identical. So constructive ideas are individual and

seldom get broad agreement in a human group. An individual must rise above an avid craving

for agreement from a humanoid group to get anything decent done. The bank-agreement has

been what has made Earth a Hell-and if you were looking for Hell and found Earth, it would

certainly serve. War, famine, agony and disease has been the lot of Man. Right now the great

governments of Earth have developed the means of frying every Man, Woman and Child on the

planet. That is Bank. That is the result of Collective Thought Agreement. The decent, pleasant

things on this planet come from individual actions and ideas that have somehow gotten by the

Group Idea. For that matter, look how we ourselves are attacked by “public opinion” media.

Yet there is no more ethical group on this planet than ourselves.

Thus each one of us can rise above the domination of the bank and then, as a group of

freed beings, achieve freedom and reason. It is only the aberrated group, the mob, that is

destructive.

When you don’t do Seven, Eight, Nine and Ten actively, you are working for the Bank

dominated mob. For it will surely, surely (a) introduce incorrect technology and swear by it,.(b) apply technology as incorrectly as possible, (c) open the door to any destructive idea, and

(d) encourage incorrect application.

It’s the Bank that says the group is all and the individual nothing. It’s the Bank that

says we must fail.

So just don’t play that tune. Do Seven. Eight, Nine and Ten and you will knock out of

your road all the future thorns.

Here’s an actual example in which a senior executive had to interfere because of a pc

spin: A Case Supervisor told Instructor A to have Auditor B run Process X on Preclear C.

Auditor B afterwards told Instructor A that “It didn’t work.” Instructor A was weak on Three

above and didn’t really believe in Seven, Eight, Nine and Ten. So Instructor A told the Case

Supervisor “Process X didn’t work on Preclear C.” Now this strikes directly at each of One to

Six above in Preclear C, Auditor B, Instructor A and the Case Supervisor. It opens the door to

the introduction of “new technology” and to failure.

What happened here? Instructor A didn’t jump down Auditor B’s throat, that’s all that

happened. This is what he should have done: Grabbed the Auditor’s report and looked it over,

When a higher executive on this case did so she found what the Case Supervisor and the rest

missed: that. Process X increased Preclear C’s TA to 25 TA divisions for the session but that

near session end Auditor B Qed and Aed with a cognition and abandoned Process X while it

still gave high TA and went off running one of Auditor B’s own manufacture, which nearly

spun Preclear C. Auditor B’s IQ on examination turned out to be about 75. Instructor A was

found to have huge ideas of how you must never invalidate anyone, even a lunatic. The Case

Supervisor was found to be “too busy with admin to have any time for actual cases”.

All right, there’s an all too typical example. The Instructor should have done Seven,

Eight, Nine and Ten. This would have begun this way. Auditor B: “That process X didn’t

work.” Instructor A: “What exactly did you do wrong?” Instant attack. “Where’s your auditor’s

report for the session? Good. Look here, you were getting a lot of TA when you stopped

Process X. What did you do?” Then the Pc wouldn’t have come close to a spin and all four of

these would have retained certainty.

In a year, I had four instances in one small group where the correct process

recommended was reported not to have worked. But on review found that each one had (a)

increased the TA, (b) had been abandoned, and (c) had been falsely reported as unworkable.

Also, despite this abuse, in each of these four cases the recommended, correct process cracked

the case. Yet they were reported as not having worked!

Similar examples exist in instruction and these are all the more deadly as every time

instruction in correct technology is flubbed, then the resulting error, uncorrected in the auditor,

is perpetuated on every pc that auditor audits thereafter. So Seven, Eight, Nine and Ten are

even more important in a course than in supervision of cases.

Here’s an example: A rave recommendation is given a graduating student “because he

gets more TA on pcs than any other student on the course!” Figures of 435 TA divisions a

session are reported. “Of course his model session is poor but it’s just knack he has” is also

included in the recommendation. A careful review is undertake because nobody at levels O to

IV is going to get that much TA on pcs. It is found that this student was never taught to read an

E-Meter dial! And no instructor observed his handling of a meter and it was not discovered that

he “overcompensated” nervously swinging the TA 2 or 3 divisions beyond where it needed to

go to place the needle at “set”. So everyone was about to throw away standard processes and

model session because this one student “got such remarkable TA”. They only read the reports

and listened to the brags and never looked at this student. The pcs in actual fact were making

slightly less than average gain, impeded by a rough model session and misworded processes.

Thus, what was making the pcs win (actual Scientology) was hidden under a lot of departures

and errors..I recall one student who was squirreling on an Academy course and running a lot of

off-beat whole track on other students after course hours. The academy students were in a state

of electrification on all these new experiences and weren’t quickly brought under control and

the student himself never was given the works on Seven, Eight, Nine and Ten so they stuck.

Subsequently, this student prevented another squirrel from being straightened out and his wife

died of cancer resulting from physical abuse. A hard, tough instructor at that moment could

have salvaged two squirrels and saved the life of a girl. But no, students had a right to do

whatever they pleased.

Squirreling (going off into weird practices or altering Scientology) only comes about

from non-comprehension. Usually the non-comprehension is not of Scientology but some

earlier contact with an off-beat humanoid practice which in its turn was not understood.

When people can’t get results from what they think is standard practice, they can be

counted upon to squirrel to some degree. The most trouble in the past two years came from

orgs where an executive in each could not assimilate straight Scientology under instruction in

Scientology they were unable to define terms or demonstrate examples of principles. And the

orgs where they were got into plenty of trouble. And worse, it could not be straightened out

easily because neither one of these people could or would duplicate instructions. hence, a

debacle resulted in two places, directly traced to failures of instruction earlier. So proper

instruction is vital. The D of T and his Instructors and all Scientology Instructors must be

merciless in getting Four, Seven, Eight, Nine and Ten into effective action. That one student,

dumb and impossible though he may seem and of no use to anyone, may yet some day be the

cause of untold upset because nobody was interested enough to make sure Scientology got

home to him.

With what we know now, there is no student we enrol who cannot be properly trained.

As an instructor, one should be very alert to slow progress and should turn the sluggards inside

out personally. No system will do it, only you or me with our sleeve rolled up can crack the

back of bad studenting and we can only do it on an individual student, never on a whole class

only. He’s slow = something is awful wrong. Take fast action to correct it. Don’t wait until

next week. By then he’s got other messes stuck to him. If you can’t graduate them with their

good sense appealed to and wisdom shining graduate them in such a state of shock they’ll have

nightmares if they contemplate squirreling. Then experience will gradually bring about Three in

them and they’ll know better than to chase butterflies when they should be auditing.

When somebody enrols, consider he or she has joined up for the duration of the

universe- never permit an “open-minded” approach. If they’re going to quit let then quit fast. If

they enroled, they’re aboard, and if they’re aboard, they’re here on the same terms as the rest

of us- win or die in the attempt. Never let them be half-minded about being Scientologists. The

finest organizations in history have been tough dedicated organizations. Not one namby-pamby

bunch of panty-waist dilettantes have ever made anything. It’s a tough universe. The social

veneer makes it seem mild. But only the tigers survive-and even they have a hard time. We’ll

survive because we are tough and are dedicated. When we do instruct somebody properly he

becomes more and more tiger. When we instruct half-mindedly and are afraid to offend, scared

to enforce, we don’t make students into good Scientologists and that let’s everybody down.

When Mrs. Pattycake comes to us to be taught, turn that wandering doubt in he eye into a

fixed, dedicated glare and she’ll win and we’ll all win. Humour her and we all die a little. The

proper instruction attitude is, “You’re here so you’re a Scientologist Now we’re going to make

you into an expert auditor no matter what happens. We’d rather have you dead that incapable.”

Fitting that into the economics of the situation and lack of adequate time and you see the cross

we have to bear.

But we won’t have to bear it forever. The bigger we get the more economics and time

we will have to do our job. And the only things which can prevent us from getting that big fast

are areas in from One to Ten. Keep those in mind and we’ll be able to grow. Fast. And as we

grow our shackles will be less and less. Failing to keep One to Ten, will make us grow less..So the ogre which might eat us up is not the government or the High Priests. It’s our

possible failure to retain and practise our technology.

An Instructor or Supervisor or Executive must challenge with ferocity instances of

unworkability”. They must uncover what did happen, what was run and what was done or not



done.

If you have One and Two, you can only acquire Three for all by making sure of all the

rest.

We’re not playing some minor game in Scientology. It isn’t cute or something to do for

lack of something better.

The whole agonized future of this planet, every Man, Woman and Child on it, and your

own destiny for the next endless trillions of years depends on what you do here and now with

and in Scientology.

This is a deadly serious activity. And if we miss getting out of the trap now, we may

never again have another chance.

Remember, this is a our first chance to do so in all the endless trillions of years of the

past. Don’t muff it now because it seems unpleasant or unsocial to do Seven, Eight, Nine and

Ten.

Do them and we’ll win.

L. RON HUBBARD

Founder

LRH:nt.rd

Copyright © 1965, 1970

by L. Ron Hubbard

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.HUBBARD COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE

Saint Hill Manor, East Grinstead, Sussex

HCO POLICY LETTER OF 17 JUNE 1970

Remimeo

Applies to all

SHs and URGENT AND

Academies IMPORTANT

Franchises

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