Dictionary Q R S T

QUACK, is anyone who pretends to be something which he is not, or one who is not able to do what he claims to do, especially if he takes money for this pretense. (HCO Info Ltr 22 Sept 63) QUAD, quadruple. (HCOB 4 Apr 71-lR)

QUAD DIANETICS, Quadruple Dianetics is four flow items, Dianetic items into four flows. F-1 is flow one, something happening to self. F-2 is flow two, doing something to another. F-3 is flow three, others doing things to others. F-0 is flow zero, self doing something to self. Standard R3R commands are used on Quad Dianetics. (HCOB 4 Apr 71-lR) QUAD F L O W S , F – 1 i s f l o w o n e , something happening to self. F – 2 i s f l o w t w o , doing something to another. F-3 is flow three, others doing things to others. F-0 is flow zero, self doing something to self. (HCOB 4 Apr 71-lR)

QUAL, the Qualifications Division (Division 5 of a church) where the student is examined and where he may receive cramming or special assistance and where he is awarded completions and certificates and where his qualifications as attained on courses or in auditing are made a permanent record. (HCOB 19 Jun 71 III) QUAL CONF, Qualifications Division Conference tape. (HCOB 29 Sept 66) QUAL DIV, Qualifications Division. (HCOB 23 Aug 65)

QUAL I&I, Qual Interview and Invoice. (7109C05SO) QUAL SEC, Qualifications Secretary. (HCOB 23 Aug 65) QUESTION CLEAN, gives no instant read. (HCOB 24 Jun 62) QUICKIE, in the dictionary you will find “Quickie also quicky: something done or made in a hurry. Also: a hurriedly planned and executed program (as of studies).” Anything that does not fully satisfy all requirements is quickie. So “quickie” really means “omitting actions for whatever reason that would satisfy all demands or requirements and doing something less than could be achieved.” In short a quickie is not doing all the steps and actions that could be done to make a perfect whole. (HCOB 19 Apr 72)

QUICKIE GRADES, 1. a derogatory term denoting grades “run” without running all the processes of the grades each to full end phenomena thus reducing the effectiveness of Scn by failure to apply it properly. (BTB 12 Apr 72R) 2 . pc didn’t actually reach full abilities in earlier Scn auditing. (HCOB 25 Jun 70 II)

QUICKIE LOWER GRADES, (also called “Triple Grades”) means one F/N for each of three flows or three F/Ns per grade. There are not just three F/Ns per grade. There are dozens of F/Ns. (HCOB 30 Oct 71)

QUICKIE PROGRAMS, those which omit essential steps like vital lists or 2wcs to get data. FESes per past errors are often omitted. (HCOB 19 Apr 72)

QUICK STUDY, a quick study by which is meant a student who learns rapidly or a person who grasps a subject q u i c k l y , has a high ability to confront that subject. (HCOB 2 Jun 71 I) rR , 1 . routine—prefix on process designations. (HCOB 23 Aug 65) See ROUTINE for process designations like R3R, R3N, R6EW, etc. 2 . example, R2-25, “Routine” followed by the research code number of the process. When processes are being researched and developed they are given numbers and some become known by these numbers rather than names. (BTB 20 Aug 71R). 3. reality. (SH Spec 304, 6309C10) 4 . when an issue is cancelled, the number is followed by R on the next issue meaning revised. (HCO PL 2 May 72)

RABBIT, n. person who runs from everything including his bank. (HCOB 26 Apr 71 II)—v. to run away from the bank. (HCOB 10 Apr 72)

RABBITING, frightened and running away. (HCOB 23 Dec 71) RADIATION, is either a particle or wave-length, nobody can say for sure. Let’s define it as a capability of influencing matter, and that that capability can be exerted across space. (AAR, p. 68)

RANDOMITY, 1. the amount of predicted and unpredicted motion a person has, in ratio. He likes 50/50. (PAB 30) 2 . the degree of randomity is measured by the randomness of effort vectors within the organism, amongst organisms, amongst races or species of organisms or between organisms and the physical universe. (Scn 0-8, p. 79) 3 . a component factor and necessary part of motion, if motion is to continue. The three degrees of randomity consist of minus randomity, optimum randomity, and plus randomity. (Scn 0-8, p. 79) 4 . the misalignment through the internal or external efforts by other forms of life or the material universe of the efforts of an organism, and is imposed on the physical organism by counter-efforts in the environment. (Scn 0-8, p. 78)

RANDOM RUDIMENT, a rudiment put into the session at any time the pc seems to need it. Example: pc seems ARC broken so one asks if he is and handles. Or pc is antagonistic so one asks for a W/H. Or pc seems restless, one asks if there is a PTP. (It is far safer to do an L1C prepared list or a C/S 53RJ as then one can be sure which rudiment went out. (LRH Def. Notes) RAPID TR-2, see CR0000-2 .

RAPPORT, rapport is mutual feelingness. To have rapport with something you can be it. (BTB 7 Apr 72R)

RATIONAL CONFLICT, while man is concerned with any of the eight dynamics, any one of them may become antipathetic to his own survival. This is rational conflict and is normally and commonly incidental to survival. It is non- aberrative in that it is rational within the educational limitation. (DTOT, p. 32)

RATIONALITY, 1. is ability to recognize and meet the magnitude of effort (counter-effort) being applied to the individual. (DAB, Vol. II, p. 100, 1951-52) 2 . the computational accuracy of the individual modified by aberration, education and viewpoint. (DASF)

RATIONALIZATION, is wholly an attempt to shunt responsibility. (AP&A, p. 58)

RATIONAL THOUGHT, optimum type of thought. This is used by a Clear. (DTOT, p. 43)

RAVE SUCCESS STORY, one given voluntarily without coercion or threat by the pc which expresses actual improvement and benefit due to auditing received in complimentary terms which may include to Scientology, the Founder, the C/S and/or the Auditor. (HCO PL 21 Oct 73R)

RAW MEAT PRECLEAR, 1. one who has never had Scn processing. (HCOB 16 Jan 68) 2 . the guy thinks he’s a brain. He doesn’t know he’s a thetan, he isn’t up there and he thinks he’s deteriorated into a bit of matter, he thinks he’s a body and so forth. Hence this jocular term “raw meat.” (SH Spec 43, 6410C20) RD, rundown. (HCOB 24 Sept 71)

REACH AND WITHDRAW, 1. reach and withdraw are the two fundamentals in the action of theta. (COHA, p. 241) 2 . to grasp and let go. (PAB 9) [“Reach” and “Withdraw” process commands can be found in HCOB 1 Apr 70, Ethics Program No. 1 Case Actions. ] REACTION TIME, it’s how fast thought can recognize a situation and act upon it. (UPC 3) REACTIVATED, an engram is reactivated when an individual with an engram receives something in his environment similar to the perceptions in the engram. The engram puts everything it contains into greater or lesser operation. (DMSMH, p. 73) See RE STIMULATION .

REACTIVE, 1. irrational, reacting instead of acting. (Scn AD) 2 . that means instantaneous response. (SH Spec 292, 6308C07)

REACTIVE ACTION, this is the essence of reactive action. A thetan unwilling to or actually unable to duplicate a somethingness tries to make nothing of everything as he counts upon the environment to fix his attention and himself does not fix it by choice; when he is in a very bad state a thetan then sees only those things which have mass and are in action and neglects those things which do not have mass and are not in action. (Abil 23)

REACTIVE BANK, 1. a stimulus-response machine of some magnitude. (PXL, p. 217) 2 . unconscious mind. (Cert, Vol. 14, No. 7) See REACTIVE MIND.

REACTIVE CONDUCT, when the reactive mind is able to exert its influence upon a person far better than the thetan himself can, we say this person is suffering from reactive conduct. He has a reactive mind. In other words, his association has become too blatantly in error for him any longer to conceive differences and we get identification: A=A=A=A. (5702C28)

REACTIVE MIND, 1. a portion of a person’s mind which works on a totally stimulus-response basis, which is not under his volitional control, and which exerts force and the power of command over his awareness, purposes, thoughts, body and actions. Stored in the reactive mind are engrams, and here we find the single source of aberrations and psychosomatic ills. (Scn 0-8, p. 11) 2 . comprises an unknowing, unwanted series of aberrated computations which bring about an effect upon the individual and those around him. It is an obsessive strata of unknown, unseen, uninspected data which are forcing solutions, unknown and unsuspected, on the individual—which tells you why it remained hidden from man for so many thousands of years. (Scn 0-8, p. 11) 3 . is basically that area of occlusion which the pc is unable to contact and which contains within itself a total identification of all things with all things, and until released into the realm of knowingness continues to react upon the person compelling him into actions, dramatizations and computations which are not optimum to his or anyone else’s survival. ( SH Spec 35, 6108C08) 4 . the reactive mind is a stimulus-response mechanism, ruggedly built, and operable in trying circumstances. The reactive mind never stops operating. Pictures of the environment, of a very low order, are taken by this mind even in some states of unconsciousness. The reactive mind acts below the level of consciousness. It is the literal stimulus-response mind. Given a certain stimulus it gives a certain response. (FOT, p. 58) 5 . once called the “unconscious” mind. It is a tough, rugged mind which is alert during any moment of life, regardless of the presence of pain, and which records everything with idiotic faithfulness. It stores up the entheta and enmest of an accident with all the perceptions (sense messages) present during the “unconsciousness” resulting from the accident. (SOS, p. 9) 6 . once known as the “unconscious mind,” but this terminology is highly misleading, because the reactive mind is the mind which is always conscious. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 182) 7 . also known as the R6 bank. (HCOB 12 Jul 65)

REACTIVE PLEASURE, in the organism below 2 .0 (on the tone scale) tending toward death, a reactive pleasure is taken in the performance of acts which lead to succumbing on any of the dynamics. In other words, above 2 .0 pleasure is survival, and below 2 .0 pleasure is obtained only by succumbing or by bringing death to other entities, or by causing self or other entities to be suppressed on the tone scale. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 84)

REACTIVE THOUGHT, 1. thought established by counter-efforts as in Homo sapiens and governed entirely in a stimulus-response basis. (Scn 8-8008, p. 36) 2. reactive thought is wholly in terms of everything in an engram equals everything in an engram equals all the restimulators in the environment and all things associated with those restimulators. (DMSMH, p. 79)

READ, 1. a “tick” or a “stop” is not a read. Reads are small falls or falls or long falls or long fall blowdown (of TA). (HCOB 27 May 70) 2 . the action of the needle on the E-meter dial falling (moving to the right). A “reading question” is one which causes the meter needle to fall to the right to a greater or lesser extent when the question is asked of the preclear or student with the person holding the electrodes. In word clearing a reading word is one which causes the meter needle to fall to the right when said, thought or read by the student or called by the word clearer with the student holding the electrodes. (BTB 12 Apr 72R)

READING ITEM, the read is taken when the pc first says it or when the question is cleared. This is the valid time of read. This reading defines what is a reading item or question. Calling it back to see if it read is not a valid test as the surface charge may be gone but the item or question will still run or list. (HCOB 28 Feb 71)


REALITY, 1. is, here on earth, agreement as to what is. This does not prevent barriers or time from being formidably real. It does not mean either that space, energy or time are illusions. It is as one knows it is. (COHA, p. 249) 2 . that sequence which can, we say this person is suffering from reactive conduct. He has a reactive mind. In other words, his association has become too blatantly in error for him any longer to conceive differences and we get identification: A=A=A=A. (5702C28)

REAL UNIVERSE, one which contains space, energy and time. (Cert, Vol. 10, No. 12) REASON, 1. it’s a very simple device by which a person’s ability to estimate effort is measured. That’s his r e a s o n . (5203CM04B) 2 . effort plus intention is reason. Reason has to include the thought plus the effort. Thought plus effort i s r e a s o n . (5203 CM06A) 3 . the ability to extrapolate new data from the existing data. Reason is hand in glove with self-determinism. The rehabilitation of a person’s self-determinism is the rehabilitation of his ability to reason. (DAB, Vol. II, 1951-52, p. 70)

REBALANCING, letting the case settle to bring it back to a workable state. (DMSMH, p. 294) RECALL, 1. present time remembering something that happened in the past. It is not re-experiencing it, re-living it or re-running it. Recall does not mean going back to when it happened. It simply means that you are in present time, thinking of, remembering, putting your attention on something that happened in the past—all done from present time. (HCOB 14 Oct 68 II) 2 . the process of regaining perceptions. (Scn 0-8, p. 85) 3 . implies that you bring it up to present and look at it. (SH Spec 84, 6612C13)

RECALL PROCESSES, processes which deal with the pc remembering things that happened in his past. (HCOB 30 Sept 71 V)

RECALL RELEASE, expanded ARC Straightwire release. (CG&AC 75) See ARC STRAIGHTWIRE RELEASE.

RECEIPT POINT, effect is the receipt point of the communication. (Dn 55!, p. 70)

RECESSION, 1. you may find you get into a little light engram and you find it won’t lift and you go over it and then it faded away. This is recession. You can do this and three days later have a stalled case on your hands. This engram you have beaten down comes back in full force in three days. (NOTL, p. 108) 2 . during a recession the somatic of the engram first reduces slightly and then continues constant. In the reduction, the somatic, little by little each recounting, reduces. In a recession, the somatic remains steady. If a recession takes place, it means simply that an engram similar to the one which is being re-experienced is earlier on the case, or that a tremendous quantity of entheta in secondaries and locks exists above the engram that is being recessed. Recessions occur only where the auditor has not taken off enough entheta from the case in the form of locks and secondaries to permit engrams to be run. It is a premature address to engrams or it is caused by auditing in violation of the file clerk’s data. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 173) RECOUNTING, the principle of recounting is very simple. The preclear is merely told to go back to the beginning of the incident and to tell it all over again. He does this many times. As he does it the engram should lift in tone on each recounting. (DTOT, p. 103)

RECURRING WITHHOLDS, the pc that gives the same withhold over and over to the same or different auditors, has an unknown incident underlying it. All is not revealed on that chain. (HCOB 21 Mar 62)

RED-HERRING, Slang. to go chasing after facsimiles. (SLP, Iss. 7R)

RED SHEET, Repair Programs (now called Progress Programs) are on red sheets. (HCOB 25 Jun 70)

RED TAG, a large red card placed on the outside front cover of a pc folder which indicates that a repair session must be done within 24 hours or if a full FES is required, within 72 hours. (BTB 20 Jan 73RB)

REDUCE, 1. to take all the charge or pain out of an incident. This means to have the preclear recount the incident from beginning to end (while returned to it in reverie) over and over again, picking up all the somatics and perceptions present just as though the incident were happening at that moment. To r e d u c e means, technically, to render free of aberrative material as far as possible to make the case progress. (DMSMH, p. 287) 2 . to render an engram free from somatic or emotion by recountings. (NOTL Gloss)

REDUCED FACSIMILE, is a facsimile which no longer has the capability of absorbing your attention units into a mock-up of it. (5206CM24B)

REDUCTION, a reduction is done exactly as an erasure, but the engram will not completely erase, remaining, after a few recountings, in a more or less static condition of low aberrative power and with no physical pains remaining in it. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 172)

RE-EXPERIENCE, you re-experience a facsimile by seeing it, hearing it, feeling everything in it including, especially, your own thoughts and conclusions. Just as though you were there again. (HFP, p. 86)

REFLEXIVE EFFECT POINT, a causative action, calculated to result in an effect on the cause point. (NSOL, p. 23)

REGIMEN, 1. a certain settled schedule of things. (7204C07 SO III) 2 . the work horse combination of processes, that boosts the case to clear after if has been started. (HCOB 1 Dec 60)

REGISTER, a falling needle. (EME, p. 14) See FALL.

REGRESSION, was a technique by which part of the individual’s self remained in the present and part went back to the past. These abilities of the mind were supposed native only in hypnotism and were used only in hypnotic technique. (DMSMH, p. 12j

REGRET, 1. is what inverts the time track, one wishes it hadn’t happened and so he tries to collapse the track on the point. Actually overt acts collapse the track but the emotion of regret is experienced at that level. (5904C08) 2 . the action of trying to make time run backwards. (5206CM24E) 3 . simply an effort to take something out of the time-stream, “I’m sorry it happened. I wish it hadn’t happened.” (5112CM29A) 4 . entirely the study of reversed postulates. One intended to do something good and one did something bad or one intended to do something bad and accidentally did something good. Either incident would be regretted. (PAB 91) REHAB, rehabilitate. (HCOB 4 Jan 71)

REHABBING DRUGS, using the data from the PC Assessment Form, rehab in turn each drug by counting the number of times released for each type of drug to F/N. (BTB 25 Oct 71R II) See also CHEMICAL RELEASE.

REHABILITATION, when the person was originally released he had become aware of something that caused the reactive mind to de-stimulate at that point or become weak. And so he released. You have to find that point of sudden awareness again. To regain a former release (or thetan exterior or keyed-out OT; released OT). (HCOB 30 Jun 65) Abbr. Rehab.

REJECTION LEVEL, the condition in which a person or object must be, in order that the preclear be able to reject it freely. (COHA Gloss)

RELEASE, n. 1. one who knows he or she has had worthwhile gains from Scn processing and who knows he or she will not now get worse. (HCOB 9 Aug 63) 2 . a person whose case “won’t get any worse.” He begins to gain by living rather than lose. (HCOB 17 Mar 59 II) 3 . a person who has been able to back out of his bank. The bank is still there but the person isn’t sunk into it with all its somatics and depressions. (HCOB 2 Apr 65) 4 . a release purely and simply is a person who has obtained results in processing and has a reality on the fact that he has attained those results. That severely is the definition of release. (SH Spec 159, 6206C19) 5 . a release is an individual from whom have been released the current or chronic mental and physical difficulties and painful emotion. (DMSMH, p. 170) 6 . a series of gradual key-outs. At any given one of those key-outs the individual detaches from the remainder of his reactive bank. (SH Spec 65, 6507C27)—v. the act of taking the perceptions or effort or effectiveness out of a heavy facsimile or taking away the preclear’s hold on the facsimile. (HFP Gloss)

RELEASED OT, 1. if a being is a first, second or third stage release and has also become exterior to his body in the process, we simply add “OT” to the state of release. It is secondary in importance to the fact of being a release. As soon as the being seeks to exert his “OT” powers he tends to restimulate his R6 bank and so goes back into his body. (HCOB 12 Jul 65) 2 . temporarily up and feeling high and great but he can fall on his head. (SH Spec 82, 6611C29)

RELEASE OF AFFECT, 1. by first getting the patient to find and say what shock occurred when the sickness began, getting when, and getting it recounted, the “illness” will lessen, the emotional state will alter—called a release of affect. (HCOB 2 Apr 69) 2 . a misemotional discharge. (SH Spec 65, 6507C27)

RELIABLE ITEM, 1. Symbol: R.I. any item that rock slams well on being found and at session end and which was the last item still in after assessing the list. Can be a terminal, opposition terminal, a combination terminal or a significance, provided only that it was the item found on a list and rock slammed. (HCOB 8 Nov 62) 2 . an item which the pc got after the list was nulled, and it’s reliable and can be used to obtain further i t e m s . That is a reliable item. (SH Spec 202A, 6210C23) 3 . can be an opp-term. or a terminal and that meant one that slams when found. (SH Spec 203A, 6210C23) 4 . a b l a c k m a s s w i t h a significance in it which is dominated by a goal and which is part of a GPM. (HCOB 13 Apr 64, Scn VI Part I Glossary of Terms)

RELIEF RELEASE, expanded Grade II release. (CG&AC 75) See GRADE II RELEASE. RELIGION, 1. the ritual of worship or regard about spiritual matters. (4 LACC-18, 5510C13) 2 . a study of wisdom. (HCO PL 6 Mar 69) 3 . the word religion itself can embrace sacred lore, wisdom, knowingness of gods and souls and spirits, and could be called, with very broad use of the word, a philosophy. We could say there is religious philosophy and there is religious practice. (PXL, p. 13)

RELIGIOUS PHILOSOPHY, implies study of spiritual manifestations; research on the nature of the spirit and study on the relationship of the spirit to the body; exercises devoted to the rehabilitation of abilities in a spirit. (HCOB 18 Apr 67)

RELIGIOUS PRACTICE, implies ritual, faith-in, doctrine based on a catechism and a creed. (HCOB 18 Apr 67)

RELIVING, where a man is so thoroughly in the past for the moment that while he was recalling an infant experience, if startled he would react just as he would have when a baby. (DMSMH, p. 197) REM, remedy. (BTB 20 Aug 71R II) REMEDY, 1. by remedy one means the correction of any aberrated condition. (PAB 50) 2 . something you do to get the pc into condition for routine auditing. (HCOB 27 Sept 64) 3 . an auditing process which is designed to handle a non- routine situation. (HCOB 11 Dec 64)

REMEDY A, 1. locates the misunderstoods a person has in Scn. (HCOB 9 Nov 67) 2 . has to do with definitions in Scn or the present subject. You must not miss that, it’s present subject, immediate subject. It’s the immediate subject the guy’s trying to study. It’s not just applicable to Scn. This guy is trying to study engineering and he hasn’t understood a term in engineering. Well, you could handle that with Remedy A. (SH Spec 47, 6411C17)

REMEDY B, 1. seeks out and handles a former subject, conceived to be similar to the immediate subject, in order to clear up misunderstandings in the immediate subject or condition. (HCOB 12 Nov 64) 2. Remedy B is former subject. He’s got the present immediate subject mixed up with some former subject. So now you’ve got to find the former subject and find the word in it which hasn’t been defined. (SH Spec 47, 6411C17)

REMEDY OF H A V I N G N E S S , 1 . r e m e d y o f h a v i n g n e s s does not mean stuffing the preclear with energy. It means remedying his ability to have or not have energy. (Dn 55 .’, p. 117) 2 . by “remedy” one means the correction of any aberrated condition. By “havingness” one means mass or objects. It means the remedy of a preclear’s native ability to acquire things at will and reject them at will. (PAB 50) 3 . means remedy of the condition of having to have. (9ACC-1, 5412CM06)

REMEDY OF LAUGHTER (R2-26), in the Remedy of Laughter the preclear can be made simply to stand up and start laughing. The goal of the process is to regain the ability to laugh without reason. This process is done until the preclear can actually enjoy a laugh without any reason whatsoever, without believing that l a u g h i n g without reason is insane, without feeling self-conscious about laughing, and without needing any boost from the auditor. (COHA, pp. 68-70)

REMEMBERING, 1. one could recall the fact that one had seen a dog chase a cat. That would be remembering. (HFP, p. 26) 2 . the process of knowing the past; predicting of knowing the future. (PAB 86)

REMIMEO, Churches which receive this must mimeograph it again and distribute it to staff. (HCOB 4 Sept 71 III) REMOTE VIEWPOINT, 1. a viewpoint without the consideration by the thetan that he is located at that point. The thetan may have any number of remote viewpoints. ( COHA Gloss) 2 . a technical term meaning a thetan who is afraid to look from where he is. He puts out viewpoints over there and looks from that. (5410CMlOB)

REPAIR, 1. patching up past auditing or recent life errors. This is done by prepared lists or completing the chain or correcting lists or even two-way comm or prep-checks on auditors, sessions, etc. (HCOB 23 Aug 71) 2 . r e p a i r is undertaken to eradicate errors made in auditing or the environment which impede the use of major processes. (HCOB 12 Jun 70)

REPAIR OF HAVINGNESS, we used to call repair of havingness “giving him some havingness.” (PAB 72)

REPAIR PROGRAM, 1. takes the case from where it has falsely gotten to on the class chart and gets off the overwhelm with light processes. (HCOB 14 Jun 70) 2. program to eradicate case mishandling by current life or auditing errors (called a set-up program). (HCOB 12 Jun 70) 3 . progress program. (HCOB 30 Jun 70R)

REPEATER TECHNIQUE, 1. the repetition of a word or phrase in order to produce movement on the time track into an entheta area containing that word or phrase. Repeating or “rolling” a phrase in an engram in order to de-intensify the phrase or reduce the engram is not repeater technique. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 68) 2 . after he has placed the patient in reverie, if he discovers the patient, for instance, insists he “can’t go anyplace,” the auditor makes him repeat the phrase. Repetition of such a phrase, over and over, sucks the patient back down the track and into contact with an engram which contains it. It may happen that this engram will not release—having too many before it—but it will not release only in case it has that same phrase in an earlier engram. So the repeater technique is continued with the auditor making the patient go earlier and earlier for it. If all goes on schedule the patient will very often let out a chuckle or a laugh of relief. The phrase has been sprung. (DMSMH, p. 215) 3 . the file clerk is asked for data on certain subjects, particularly those affecting the return and travel on the time track, and which aid the ability of the preclear to contact engrams. (DMSMH, p. 225)

REPETITIVE AUDITING CYCLE, is a specialized activity. There’s the auditing cycle of one cycle. Then there’s the auditing cycle of the next cycle etc. You must complete all comm cycles of an auditing cycle. (SH Spec 290, 6307C25)

REPETITIVE COMMAND AUDITING, using TRs 0 to 4, at Level I is done completely muzzled. This could be called muzzled repetitive auditing style but will be called “muzzled style” for the sake of brevity. At Level I we don’t expect the auditor to do anything but state the command (or ask the question) with no variation, acknowledge the pc’s answer and handle the pc origins by understanding and acknowledging what the pc said. (HCOB 6 Nov 64)

REPETITIVE PREPCHECKING, prepchecking by repetitive command. This type of prepchecking is more easily done and more thorough than prepchecking by the withhold system and its earlier forefather security checking. (HCOB 3 Jul 62)

REPETITIVE PROCESS, 1. is simply a process that is run over and over with the same question of the pc. The pc answers the thing and the auditor gives him an acknowledgment. Gives him TR-4 on his origins and it is run until it is flat. (SH Spec 169, 6207C10) 2 . p r o c e s s which permits the individual to examine his mind and environment and out of it select the un-importances and importances. (SH Spec 67, 6509C21)

REPETITIVE RUDIMENTS, (1) run the rudiment as a repetitive process until pc has no answer; (2) consult meter for a hidden answer; (3) if meter reads use it to steer (“that” “that” each time the meter flicks) the pc to the answer; (4) lay aside the meter and do (1) and (2) and (3). The process is flat when there is no instant read to the question. (HCOB 2 Jul 62)

REPETITIVE STRAIGHTWIRE, straight-wire to one incident done over and over until the incident is de-sensitized. (AP&A, p. 22) REPLAY, a bad habit some preclears have of playing over what they remember they said the last time instead of progressing through the engram freshly on each recounting and contacting what is contained in the engram itself. (DMSMH, p. 279)

REPRESENT LIST, 1. in Routine 2-12 a list from the line question “Who or what does . . . represent to you?” (HCOB 23 Nov 62) 2 . search and discovery as a process is done exactly by the general rules of listing. One lists for persons or groups who are or have suppressed the pc. The list is complete when only one item reads on nulling and this is the item. If the item turns out to be a group, one does a second list of “Who or what would represent (item)?” gets the list long enough to leave on nulling only one item reading, and that is the SP. (HCOB 24 Nov 65)

REPRESSIONS, 1. things pc must prevent himself from doing. (BTB 24 Apr 69R) 2 . a command that the organism must not do something. (DTOT, p. 58) REPUTATIONAL WITHHOLD, he must withhold it because it will damage his beingness, in other words his reputation. (SH Spec 63, 6110C05)

RESERVATION, is entering into an outgoing flow an impetus to make it flow less hard and hit less hard. (HCL-5, 5203CM05A)

RESISTIVE CASE, 1. symptoms of a resistive case are thick review folder, roller-coasters, complains, blows courses or churches, long sessions, hard to get F/Ns, doesn’t want auditing, makes trouble for auditors, and/or does not respond to auditing. (HCOB 8 Sept 71) 2 . TA in normal range but not responding well to auditing. (BTB 11 Aug 72RA)

RESISTIVE CASE RUNDOWN, t h e resistive case rundown is an VIII development to handle those who cannot make the grades. It was put into the Green Form as GF 40 so as to preserve it. (HCOB 30 Jun 70R)

RESISTIVE V, severely occluded case. (PAB 15) See also BLACK RESISTOR, is a device placed along an electrical line to limit the flow of current to a known value. It is used here to find the actual values of TA positions 2 and 3, which may be different from those given in the manufacturer’s markings. (EMD, p. 16A)

RESPON, responsibility. (BTB 20 Aug 71R II)

RESPONSIBILITY, 1. the ability and willingness to assume the status of full source and cause for all efforts and counter-efforts on all dynamics. (AP&A, p. 57) 2 . when one speaks of responsibility he means “the determination of the cause which produced the effect.” (AP&A, p. 62) 3. full responsibility is not fault; it is recognition of being cause. (AP&A, p. 58) 4 . willingness to make or unmake barriers. (PAB 30) 5 . the feeling that one can operate something. (PAB 31) 6 . the area or sphere of influence the individual can rationally affect around other people, life, mest and the general environment. (SOS, p. 142) 7 . admission of control of space, energy and objects. (PDC 4) 8 . it is willingness to own or act or use or be. (PDC 56) 9 . the concept of being able to care for, to reach or to be. (HCO PL 17 Jan 62) 1 0 . “admit causing,” “able to withhold.” (HCOB 21 Jan 60, Responsibility)

RESPONSIBILITY (A PROCESS), 1. has three commands. “You look around here and find something you could be responsible for.” “You look around here and find something you don’t have to be responsible for.” “You look around here and find something you would permit somebody else to be responsible for.” (SCP, p. 22) 2 . “What part of that incident could you be responsible for?” (SMC-5, 6001C02)


RESPONSIBLE FOR CONDITION CASES, is meant the person who insists a book or some auditor is “wholly responsible for the terrible condition I am in.” (HCO PL 27 Oct 64) RESTIMULATION, 1. the reactivation of a past counter-effort by appearance in the organism’s environment of a similarity toward the content of the past randomity area. (Scn 0-8, p. 85) 2 . means the reactivation of an existing incident. (SH Spec 84, 6612C13) 3 . where the environment reactivates a facsimile, which then acts back against the body or awareness of awareness unit of the person. This is a very simple system of stimulus-response. (Dn 55!, p. 15) 4 . where the perceptions of the engram are approximated by those of the present time environment. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 118)

RESTIMULATION LOCK, merely brings to the person perceptions which approximate those of an engram. If the individual is tired or weary, these perceptions, sights, sounds, smells, or whatever they may be, will restimulate the engram which has similar perceptions; and the incident becomes a lock on the engram and charges it to some small degree. (SOS, p. 113)

RESTIMULATOR, 1. restimulators are those approximations in the environment of an individual of the content of an engram. (DTOT, p. 42) 2 . an approximation of the reactive mind’s content or some part thereof continually perceived in the environment of the organism. (DTOT, p. 27) 3 . the individual with an engram receives something in his environment similar to the perceptions in the engram. (DMSMH, p. 73) 4 . words, voice tones, music, whatever they are—things which are filed in the reactive mind bank as parts of engrams. (DMSMN, p. 74)

RESTIMULATOR LAG, when a keyed-in engram was restimulated it often required two or three days for action to take place. (Example: say a migraine headache has as its restimulator a rhythmic burping sound; that sound is heard by the individual who has the engram; three days later he suddenly has a migraine.) (DMSMH, p. 380)

REST POINT, an individual in a high-games condition is in motion. The game gets too high, and he drops out. So he goes into a no-games condition. You can call this a rest point on the track. (PAB 98) RESULTS, defined: case achieves a reality on change of case, somatic behavior or appearance, for the better. (HCOB 28 Feb 59)

RETRACTOR, it is possible for a wave to act as a retractor. That is to say, it is possible for certain waves to pull back instead of push out. Thetans can put out such a retractor wave. (HOM, p. 54)

RETRACTOR BEAM, a retractor beam or a retractor loop is a beam which goes out here from the source, hits the target then drags the target in. It’s to grab hold of something and hold it and pull it in. That’s one of its uses and the other use is to nail you into a body. (5207CM24A)

RETRAIN, is the entire course as any green student would take it from beginning to end. (ESTO 4, 7203C02 SO II)

RETRAINING, occurs where the student has continually flubbed sessions or tech actions or flunked exams. It is assumed he does not have a grasp of the data. In retraining the student may be ordered to redo the full requirements of the check-sheets. (HCO PL 22 Jul 70 III)

RETREAD, 1. means picking up the materials that the auditor is weak on. It’s a review course. But it does mean going through the pack and the materials of the particular level being retreaded. It’s mostly a check of misunderstood words, Method 4 style word clearing, on the different sections of the materials of the course, emphasis being placed on what the auditor is weak on. (HCO PL 22 Feb 72) 2 . retreading is different than retraining. Retread is brushing up one’s study and knowledge and application of tech on the course one is redoing. It is a commendable action on one’s own determinism. (HCO PL 22 Jul 70 III)

RETURN, regression in its simplest form, hereafter called return is employed in Dn auditing. Return is the method of retaining the body and the awareness of the subject in present time while he is told to go back to a certain incident. (DTOT, p. 87)

RETURNING, 1. the word used to go back and re-experience an incident. (HCOB 14 Oct 68 II) 2 . the technique in which the preclear is sent as early as possible on his track before therapy itself is engaged upon. (DMSMH, p. 225) 3 . the person can “send” a portion of his mind to a past period on either a mental or combined mental and physical basis and can re-experience incidents which have taken place in his past in the same fashion and with the same sensations as before. (DMSMH, p. 11)

RETURN PROGRAM, 1. Advance Program. (HCOB 30 Jun 70R) 2 . consists simply of writing down in sequence every needful step and process missed on the class chart by the case which are now to be done. (HCOB 14 Jun 7 0 ) 3 . t h e return to the false point on the Classification and Gradation Chart reached by getting honestly done all the points missed on the road. (HCOB 14 Jun 70) REV!, “This preclear is in trouble, please do a review hard.” (HCOB 23 Aug 65)

REVELATION, means disclosure—a veil has been lifted—something previously hidden is now revealed. (B&C, p. 22) REVERIE, 1. in reverie the preclear is placed in a light state of “concentration” which is not to be confused with hypnosis. The mind of the preclear will be found to be to some degree detachable from his surroundings and directed interiorly. (DTOT, p. 135) 2 . D n reverie leaves a preclear fully aware of everything which is taking place and with full recall of everything which has happened. (DMSMH, p. 165)

REVERSAL OF POSTULATE, one intends to do something by making a postulate that it will take place, yet something else takes place. This is a reversal of postulate. (PAB 91)

REVERSE CURVE, THE, is the emotional curve rising from below 2 .0 to above 2 .0. It happens in a short space of time. It is important because it locates allies. (AP&A, p. 24) REV FL?, “Could you please find out if this process is flat for me?” (HCOB 23 Aug 65)

REVIEW, 1. the Department of Review is in the Qualifications Division. The entire purpose of the Department of Review is repair and correction of auditing and training difficulties. Review is an extension of my own case cracker hat and my own fast instruction hat. (HCO PL 24 Apr 65) 2 . that area where standard tech is corrected back to standard tech. (Class VIII No. 2)

REVIEW C O D E , t h e c o d e has four symbols, REV!, REV FL?, DECLARE?, ETH? REV! means “This pc is in trouble! Please do a review hard.”

REV FL? means “Could you please find out if this process if flat for me?” DECLARE? means “PC has reached a grade or release. Please look at pc and if okay, pass on to Certs and Awards.” ETH? means “This pc may be an ethics case, roller- coasters or no case gain.” (HCO PL 4 Jul 65)

REVIV, revivification. (HCOB 23 Aug 65) REVIVIFICATION, the hypnotic subject could be sent back to a moment “entirely” so that he gave every appearance of being the age to which he was returned with only the apparent faculties and recollections he had at that moment: this was called “revivification” (re-living). (DMSMH, p. 12) Abbr. reviv.

REVIVIFY, relive. (HCOB 11 May 65) Abbr. reviv.

R-FACTOR, 1. R or reality; reality factor. (HCOB 21 Dec 61) 2 . telling the pc what you are going to do at each new step. (HCOB 23 Jun 62)

RHYTHM, actually a part of the time sense, but is also the ability to tell the spaces between sound waves which are pulsing regularly, as in the beating of a drum. (SA, p. 85)

RHYTHMIC, KINESTHETIC, weight and motion. (Abil 149) R I , reliable item. (HCOB 4 Aug 63) R I D G E , 1 . it’s a standing apparent motionlessness of some kind or other, an apparent solidity, an apparent no-outflow—no-inflow, that’s a r i d g e . Flows have direction. Ridges have location. (5904C08) 2. a ridge is caused by two energy flows coinciding and causing an enturbulence of energy, which, on examination, is found to take on a characteristic which in energy flows is very like matter, having its particles in chaotic mixture. (Scn 8-80, p. 43) 3. a ridge is formed from two flows and these two flows hitting will pile things up. (PDC 18) 4 . a r i d g e is essentially suspended energy in space. it comes about by flows, dispersals or r i d g e s impinging against one another with a sufficient solidity to cause an enduring state of energy. (Scn 8-8008, p. 18) 5 . a solid body of energy caused by various flows and dispersals which has a duration longer than the duration of flow. Any piece of matter could be considered to be a ridge in its last stage. Ridges, however, exist in suspension around a person and are the foundation upon which facsimiles are built. (Scn 8-8008, p. 49) 6 . facsimiles, or pictures, of motion. (Scn 8-80, p. 45) 7 . areas of dense waves. (Scn 8-8008, p. 78) 8 . electronic densities. (Scn Jour 6-G)

RIDICULE, 1. it’s somebody grabbing hold of one of your anchor points, claiming it and holding it away from you. (5311CM17A) 2 . pushing the anchor points in and then pulling them out and holding them out. (Spr Lect 17, 5304M08)

RIGHT, this would be forwarding a purpose not destructive to the majority of the dynamics. (Abil Ma 229)

RIGHT-HAND BUTTONS, mistake, suggest, decide, protest, these all make things read. They don’t keep things from reading, right-hand side. (SH Spec 229, 6301C10)

RIGHTNESS, is conceived to be survival. Any action which assists survival along the maximal number of dynamics is considered to be a r i g h t action. Theoretically, how right can one be? Immortal! (Scn 8-8008, p. 58) RIGHT THOUGHT, a thought which would promote the optimum survival of the optimum number of dynamics. (5410CM20)

RIGIDITY, fixation in space. (2ACC-26A, 5312CM17) RISE, is exactly opposite to a “fall”—the needle moves to your left instead of to the right. (BIEM, p. 42) RISING NEEDLE, 1. means “no confront.” The preclear has struck an area or something he isn’t confronting. One never calls his attention to this. But one knows what it is. It is a steady constant movement of the needle, rather slow, from right to left. (EME, p. 16) 2 . a rising needle tells you that the pc can’t confront, therefore has exceedingly low reality, responsibility, and knowingness on whatever significance it’s rising on. (HCOB 12 Jun 61)

RISING SCALE PROCESSING, 1. in this process, an individual was asked to get one of the lower postulates on the Chart of Attitudes and then carry it “upward” until he could get the higher idea. In this particular case one would ask the preclear to get the idea of losing and would then ask him to change that as nearly as he could to the idea of winning. (PAB 91) 2 . is another way of doing postulate processing. One takes any point or column of the Chart of Attitudes which the preclear can reach, and asks the preclear then to shift his postulate upwards toward a higher level. Rising-Scale processing is simply a method of shifting postulates upward toward optimum from where the preclear believes he is on the chart. It is essentially a process directed toward increasing belief in self by using all the “buttons” on the Chart of Attitudes. (Scn 8-8008, p. 84)

ROBOT, 1. the individual with an evil purpose has to withhold himself because he may do destructive things. When he fails to withhold himself he commits overt acts on his fellows or other dynamics and occasionally loses control and does so. This of course makes him quite inactive. To overcome this he refuses any responsibility for his own actions. Any motion he makes must be on the responsibility of others. He operates then only when given orders. Thus he must have orders to operate. Therefore one could term such a person a robot and the malady could be called robotism. (HCOB 10 May 72) 2 . a robot is a machine that somebody else runs. (5611C15)

ROCK, THE, 1. was something which we audited for and assessed out, meaning a shape of something which we could then run a process on. We at that time were running on the theory that it was the first object the fellow had made on the track. (SH Spec 83, 6612C06) 2 . that which a person has used to reach people or things with and is determined in value by its creativeness or destructiveness. It is simply a reach and withdraw mechanism which makes a ridge and this causes the stick of the needle. The rock is an object not a significance. (HCOB 29 Jul 58)

ROCKET READ, 1. an RR is characterized by a spurted, accelerated beginning, which gives it its name. It looks like something taking off, like being shot; shot away from its start. It’s a spurting beginning, and then its other characteristic is a curled end. ( SH Spec 266, 6305C21) 2 . it takes off. It always goes to the right. It takes off with a very fast spurt and does a rapid decay. Like a bullet fired into water. It’s very fast. It looks like its got all of its motive power from its first instance of impulse with no additional motive power being imparted to it by anything. It’s kicked off and it has no further kick so it rapidly dies out. (SH Spec 224, 6212C13) 3 . is the read of the goal or the rock itself. (HCOB 6 Dec 62) 4 . called a rocket read because it takes off like a rocket and slows down. (SH Spec 202A, 6210C23)

ROCK SLAM, Symbol: R/S. 1. called a r o c k s l a m because it is a needle manifestation which is achieved when the auditor is approaching what we once called “the rock.” There’s something earlier than the rock and that’s a goal. It’s a great deal of random needle motion occurring solely because of the current being set up amongst the items and identities a person has assumed in the progress of executing his or her goals. It could be called a goals slam which we will not call it. It’s a thetan convulsing, and in the absence of a slamming needle you will very often find a convulsing body. A rock slam is a crisscross of currents which is throwing a thetan around . ( SH Spec 190, 6209C18) 2 . a n R/S or rock slam is defined as a crazy irregular slashing motion of the needle. It can be as narrow as one inch or more than a full dial in width, but it’s crazy! It slams back and forth. It is actually quite startling to see one. It is very different from other meter phenomena. (HCOB 1 Nov 74) 3 . that needle agitation which erratically covers more than three quarters of an inch on the E-meter dial. A rock s l a m is the response of an E-meter to the conflict between terminals and opposition terminals. It indicates a fight, an effort to individuate, an extreme games condition which in the absence of auditing would seek unsuccessfully to separate while attacking. As the pc’s attention is guided to the items involved the games condition activates and is expressed on the meter as a ragged, frantic response. The wider the response the more recognizable (to the pc) is the reality of the games condition and the violence of the conflict. (HCOB 8 Nov 62) 4 . as a meter representation, is the result of innumerable committed overts in a certain direction, and when you’ve got that certain direction isolated, that is to say the items against which the overts were committed isolated you then have of course a rock slam. (SH Spec 203, 6210C11) 5 . a crazy, irregular, unequal, jerky motion of the needle narrow as one inch or as wide as three inches, happening several times a second. The needle goes crazy, slamming back and forth, narrowly, widely over on the left, over on the right, in a mad war dance or as if it were frantically trying to escape. It means hot terminal or hot anything in an assessment and takes precedence over a fall. (EME, p. 17) 6 . this is the most difficult needle response to find or attain or preserve. And it is the most valuable in clearing. All rock slams result from a pair of items in opposition, one of which is a terminal, the other being an opposition terminal. It can exist in present time where the pc is the terminal and what the pc is faced with is the opposition terminal. (HCOB 8 Nov 62) 7 . is the read of the rock vs the opposition rock and every pair above them on the cycle of the GPM. It marks the path to the rock. (HCOB 6 Dec 62) 8 . is a convulsion of the mind and can reflect as a convulsion of the body. (HCOB 19 Sept 62) 9 . t h e r o c k s l a m is called a rock slam because it is a needle manifestation which is achieved when the auditor is approaching what we once called the rock. (SH Spec 190, 6209C18)

R O C K S L A M C H A N N E L , 1 . the pathway through the pairs of items that compose a cycle of the GPM and lead to the rock and goal. (HCOB 6 Dec 62) 2 . that hypothetical course between a series of pairs consisting of terminals and opposition terminals. (HCOB 8 Nov 62)

ROCK SLAMMER, 1. a person is an R/Ser where R/Ses have to do with Scn or one or more areas of the old Scn List One found in the Book of E-meter Drills. (HCOB 1 Nov 74) 2 . a person who rock slams on Scn or auditors or the like. (HCOB 17 Oct 62) 3 . it isn’t somebody you can get a rock slam on, you would be wrong if you assumed that. It means it’s somebody who gets a rock slam when you ask them: “Consider overts against Scn” and that broadens out of course against Ron, against the organization or against an auditor. (SH Spec 198, 6210C04)

ROCKSLAMMING LIST, things R/Sing when they were written down. One rockslam on it at least. (SH Spec 225, 6212C13)

ROLL BOOK, the master record of a course giving the student’s name, local and permanent address and the date of enrollment and departure or completion. (HCOB 19 Jun 71 III)

ROLLER-COASTER, 1. a case that betters and worsens. A roller-coaster is always connected to a suppressive person and will not get steady gains until the suppressive is found on the case or the basc suppressive person earlier. Because the case doesn’t get well he or she is a potential trouble source to us, to others and to himself. (HCOB 8 Nov 65) 2 . a slump after a gain. Pcs who do not hold their gains are PTS. (HCOB 9 Dec 71RA) 3 . gets better, gets worse, gets better, gets worse. (SH Spec 63, 6506C08)

ROLLER-COASTERING, the PTS is known by roller-coasting (Coney Island fast up and down quarter-mile of aerial railway). They slump. (HCOB 3 Apr 66) ROLLING A PHRASE, repeating or rolling a phrase in an engram in order to de-intensify the phrase or reduce the engram. This is not repeater technique. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 68)

ROLLYCOASTER CASE, Slang. a potential trouble source, and just on the other side of him there is a suppressive person invalidating his gains. He’s never going to get any better, not until he is labeled a potential trouble source and told to handle. (SH Spec 61, 6505C18)

ROTE STYLE AUDITING, muzzled auditing or repetitive command auditing. (HCOB 6 Nov 64) ROUGH CASE, 1. no case gain. (HCO Exec Ltr, 3 May 65) 2 . unreality case. (HCOB 6 Dec 58)

ROUGH PC, the characteristic of the rough pc is not a p c ‘ s tendency to ARC break and scream but something much more subtle. The pc who makes no gain is the pc who will not as-is, who will not confront, who can be audited forever without cogniting on anything. The person whose “thought has no effect on his or her bank” he’s been remarked on by me for years. This person is so afraid to find out that he or she will not permit anything to appear and therefore nothing will as-is, therefore, no cognition. (HCOB 15 Mar 62)

ROUTE 1, ROUTE 2, intensive procedure: outline in the use of this procedure, only two types of case are considered, and the procedure is adapted to these two types. The sole criteria of the case is whether or not it can be exteriorized. This is promptly established by the use of ARC straight-wire. When there is no noticeable communication lag, then Route 1 is employed in this procedure. When there is any noticeable communication lag, Route 2 is employed. (COHA, p. 23) [Route 1 and Route 2 are fully covered in Creation of Human Ability. ]

ROUTINE, a standard process, designed for the best steady gain of the pc at that level. (HCOB 11 Dec 64) Abbr. R ROUTINE 1,1. is CCHs and Joburg security checks. (SH Spec 7, 6106C05) 2 . applying control so as to get him into communication so that he can have. (SH Spec 18, 6106C22) R O U T I N E 1 A , 1 . is simply familiarization with problems and getting off the fellow’s withholds with security checks. (SH Spec 27, 6107C11) 2 . any combination of processes which combines problems and security checks, and that is all. ( SH Spec 27, 6107C11) ROUTINE 1C, R-1C, consists of (1) finding something that moves the TA; (2) running the TA out of that subject to F/N, cog, VGIs. The usual method of finding what to run in general R-lC is by assessment of dynamics. Assessment by dynamics gives a series of questions covering each of the dynamics. This is assessed by tone arm as given in E-meter Drill 23 . Take up the reading question by use of further questions on that same subject. (BTB 4 Dec 71R I) ROUTINE 1CM, R-1CM, that’s fishing with TA on the meter. It’s picking up the things that blew down the meter while the guy was itsaing. It was actually a specialized application of R-1C. (SH Spec 14, 6404C10) ROUTINE 2, 1. is a general run of the Pre-hav scale, Joburg security check, and the havingness and confront processes all run in model session. (SH Spec 7, 6106C05) 2 . getting out of the road the fixed reactive buttons which prevent him from having things. (SH Spec 18, 6106C22) ROUTINE 2C, 1. R-2C Slow Assessment by Dynamics. This form is a breakdown of the eight dynamics into areas where important itsa may be developed. The stress of this assessment is on TA motion. (BTB 17 Oct 63R) 2 . a process which is discussion by lists. (SH Spec 14, 6404C10) ROUTINE 2-G, a goal finding activity. (HCOB 13 Apr 63) ROUTINE 2-G1, R2-G1 is a special goals prep-check administered before a goal is found. This is a refined version of the problems intensive, slanted directly at goals. (HCOB 13 Apr 63) ROUTINE 2-GPH, R2-GPH is a special goals prep-check done by pre-hav levels with a new assessment for each button. This is a refined use of the original Routine 2. (HCOB 13 Apr 63) ROUTINE 2-GX, is a goal finding routine consisting of the nearly exact pattern of a problems intensive but asking a different question, which adds up to listing times in the pc’s life when his purpose was baulked and assessing and running as in a problems intensive. (HCOB 4 Mar 63, Urgent) ROUTINE 2-GXl, is a goals intensive by prep-check. (SH Spec 251, 6303C21) ROUTINE 2-H, it is a very valuable unlimited process that undercuts repetitive processes and produces tone arm action on cases that have none on repetitive processes. R2-H combines the most difficult steps of engram running, dating, assessing, locating and indicating by-passed charge. It disposes of ARC breaks. (HCOB 25 Jun 63) ROUTINE 2-10, (R2-12 short form for beginners). The short form of R2-12 can be used by untrained auditors with some effect until they are trained in mid ruds and other niceties. (HCOB 5 Dec 62) ROUTINE 2-12, 1. method of discharging the influence of a rock slamming item is actually taken from 3GA Criss Cross (3GAXX), and is a specialized routine from Routine 3. We will, however, since it does not touch goals, designate it as Routine 2. (HCOB 23 Nov 62) 2 . is simply an effort to locate one of the GPM items as it seems to be in present time to the pc. It’s an effort to locate that item in present time and find its opposition. (SH Spec 218, 6211C27) 3 . the action of Routine 2-12 is not the key-out of the pc’s bank as in prepchecking but the actual eradication of those items which have been keyed in by present time which then and thereafter keep the pc in the grip of a present time problem. (SH Spec 218, 6211C27) 4 . is to put the case in condition so that it can show progress toward clearing and does actually progress the case toward clearing and is a clearing procedure. (SH Spec 218, 6211C27) ROUTINE 2-12A, simply dropped out some unnecessary points in 2-12, threw away tiger drilling and so
forth. (SH Spec 236, 6302C12) ROUTINE 2-16, Opening Procedure of 8-C. (COHA, p. 44) ROUTINE 2-17, Opening Procedure by Duplication. (COHA, p. 47) R O U T I N E 3 , 1 . consists solely of finding a goal, then finding a terminal that matches the goal and running the terminal, and then finding another terminal for that goal, and another terminal for that goal, till that goal disappeared. And then finding that the goal had probably disappeared, and finding another goal, and finding a terminal for that goal, and so on. And finding and auditing that and then finding another terminal and auditing that, and finally it disappeared. And eventually you got into the situation where you’d find a goal and it would blow up and you’d find a terminal and it would blow up, and then you just couldn’t find anything, and you got a free needle. What you’ve done in essence was to pick off a number of pieces of the goals problem mass so the pc was floating free of the goals problem mass. (SH Spec 139, 6204C26) 2 . getting out of the road all these unrealized goals each one of which has been a defeat for him at some time or another, all of which goals had as their end product havingness. ( SH Spec 18, 6106C22) 3 . SOP goals assessment with a Joburg security check. (SH Spec 7, 6106C05) ROUTINE 3A, 1. in R-3A you took the goal and the modifier and you found the terminal with goal and modifier. (SH Spec 139, 6204C26) 2 . a way to undercut the speed of a goals terminal run. This consists of a discovery of a new piece of the puzzle—the modifier. By use of the modifier the basic terminal of a goals chain may be isolated without running off the upper terminal. (HCOB 7 Nov 61) ROUTINE 3D, 1. in Routine 3D you found the goal and the modifier and the terminal and then the opposition terminal. (SH Spec 139, 6204C26) 2 . i n 3 D you’re actually taking apart, from a distance, the component parts of the goals problem mass. (SH Spec 82, 6111C21) Abbr. R-3D. ROUTINE 3D CRISS CROSS, 1. a process which addresses the goals problem mass. (SH Spec 137, 6204C24) 2 . why do we say criss cross? That’s just because you go from one channel to the other channel, and then you go back to the other channel. What do we mean by Channel? We mean what the pc has been and what the pc has opposed. (SH Spec 202A, 6210C23) 3 . earlier version of 3GAXX. (LRH Def. Notes) Abbr. 3DXX. ROUTINE 3D C R I S S C R O S S I T E M S , t h e i t e m s , the identities and the beingnesses which the person has actually been. Don’t call them so much a beingness as an identity. They are a package of conduct, they are a package of training patterns and so forth, which are residual from that particular life. (SH Spec 116, 6202C27) ROUTINE-3G, Routine Three employing goals. (SH Spec 141, 6205C01) ROUTINE 3 GA CRISS CROSS, see THREE GA XX. ROUTINE 3H, R-3H, ARC break process (R-4H renamed R-3H). (HCOB 22 Sept 65) ROUTINE 3M, R3M is a clearing technique. (HCOB 22 Feb 63) ROUTINE 3-MX, is called X because it’s still experimental and therefore its designation is really Routine 3M. (SH Spec 235, 6302C07) ROUTINE 3-N, R3N is a stripped down directive Routine Three which uses line plots. (SH Spec 263, 6305C14) ROUTINE 3N2, R3N2 is an abbreviated form of R 3 N . (SH Spec 266, 6305C21) ROUTINE 3-R, 1. R3R Engram Runninng by Chains is designated “Routine 3- R” to fit in with other modern processes. (HCOB 24 Jun 63) 2 . R o u t i n e 3 Revised. (BTB 20 Aug 71R II) ROUTINE 3-SC, 1. Routine Three, Service Facsimile Clear. (HCOB 1 Sept 63) 2 . in R3SC you are only trying to end the compulsive character of the service facsimile so found and get it off automatic and get the pc to see it better. (HCOB 1 Sept 63) ROUTINE 4-H, R4H, Routine Four. Process used to relieve ARC breaks. (HCOB 23 Aug 65) ROUTINE 4-SC, R4SC, Routine Four. Process used to locate and run service facsimiles. (HCOB 23 Aug 65) ROUTINE 6 END WORDS (R6EW), when the pc has taken the locks off the reactive mind itself, using R6EW, he attains Fourth Stage Release. (HCOB 30 Aug 65) [Grade VI Release] R R , rocket read—type of meter read. (HCOB 23 Aug 65)
R/S, rock slam, type of meter read. (HCOB 23 Aug 65) R/Ser, see ROCK SLAMMER. R/S HANDLING, also called the Responsibility RD, is done as OCA right-hand side handling. A list of all R/Sing statements is made, then each taken up. The idea is an R/S will occur in connection with a terminal which will read when checked and that’s what you want to run. (HCOB 28 Mar 74, Expanded Dianetics Series No. 21) RSM, “Royal Scotsman”. (FO 1483) [The Flagship’s name before it became the “Apollo”] R/S PC, RSes=psychosis=succumb, is trying to die (evil purpose) and the auditor is trying to make him live. This gives you an intention-counter-intention=problem, so all such pcs are problems to audit. (BTB 30 Aug 72 II) R/S STATEMENTS, statements which the pc said that R/Sed when he said it. (BTB 8 Nov 72R II) R 6 , 1. Routine Six. (HCOB 23 Aug 65) 2 . abbreviation for Routine 6. It means the exact processes and aspects of case handled at Level VI of Scn. (BTB 12 Apr 72R) R6 BANK, the reactive mind. ( HCOB 12 Jul 65) R6EW, Routine 6 End Words. (HCOB 23 Aug 65) R6-EW P, Routine 6 End Word Plot. (HCOB 4 Jan 65) R6-EW S, Routine 6 End Word Sixes. (HCOB 4 Jan 65) R6GPMI, Routine Six Running GPMs by Items. (HCOB 23 Aug 65) R6O, Routine Six Original Bank. (HCOB 23 Aug 65) R 6 R , Routine 6 Review of all bank run. (HCOB 23 Aug 65)

RUDIMENTS, 1. setting the case up for the session action. This includes ARC breaks, PTPs, W/Hs, GF or O/R listing or any prepared list. (HCOB 23 Aug 71) 2 . the rudiments apply to present time and this universe now. They are a nowness series of processes. (SH Spec 31, 6205C13) 3 . a rudiment is that which is used to get the pc in shape to be audited that session. (SH Spec 147, 6205C17) 4 . the reason you use and clean rudiments is to get the pc in session so you can have the pc (1) in communication with the auditor and (2) interested in own case. The purpose of rudiments is to set up a case to run, not to run a case. (HCOB 19 May 61) RUDS, rudiments. (HCOB 23 Aug 65) R U N , undergo processing. (SOS, p. 75)

RUNDOWN, a series of steps which are auditing actions and processes designed to handle a specific aspect of a case and which have a known end phenomena. Example: Introspection Rundown. (LRH Def. Notes) RUN OUT, erase. (FOT, p. 95) SAAC, South African Anatomy Congress. (HCOB 29 Sept 66) SA ACC, South African Advanced Clinical Course. (HCOB 29 Sept 66) SAD EFFECT, 1. when an ARC break is permitted to continue over too long a period of time and remains in re-stimulation a person goes into a sad effect, which is to say they become sad and mournful, usually without knowing what is causing it. This condition is handled by finding the earliest ARC break on the chain. Finding whether it was a break in affinity, reality, communication or understanding, and indicating it to the person, always of course, in session. (LRH Def. Notes) 2 . this is a state of great sadness, apathy, misery and desire for suicide and death. (HCOB 14 Mar 63)

SADNESS, is a small volume of grief. (SA, p. 93)

SAFE TECHNIQUE, is that technique which always deals in things of which the preclear is certain. (COHA, p. 220)

S A G , 1 . an engram not basic is subject to sag which is to say that it may be brought to the two point zero (2 .0) tone, but after a certain length of time has elapsed— from one to two days—it will be found to have sagged and to be, for instance, in a one point one ( 1 .1) tone . It can be successfully lifted until it is apparently in a three point zero (3 .0) tone, at which point much of its content will disappear. (DTOT, p. 114) 2 . any engram may be exhausted to a point where it will recede. It is temporarily and momentarily lost to the individual and apparently does not trouble him. That engram which has been exhausted in a chain without the basic having been reached will sag or reappear within twenty-four to sixty hours. (DTOT, p. 139)

SAINT HILL (SH), the name of LRH’s home in East Grinstead, Sussex, England, and location of the world-wide headquarters of Scn, and the UK Advanced Organization and SH (AOSH UK). LRH taught the original Saint Hill Special Briefing Course at Saint Hill from 1961 to 1965 . The term SH now applies to any organization authorized to deliver those upper level Scn services hence we also have the “American Saint Hill Organization” (ASHO) and the “Advanced Organization and S a i n t H i l l in Denmark” (AOSH DK) and “Saint Hill Europe” (SH EU). (BTB 12 Apr 72R)

SAINT HILL SPECIAL BRIEFING COURSE, t h e Saint Hill Special Briefing Course has certain distinct purposes. The course was begun to do two things: (1) to study and resolve training and education; (2) to assist people who wanted to perfect their Scn. There has been no change in these purposes. The first is succeeding very well. The second is achieving world-wide recognition through people who have graduated the SHSBC. (HCO PL 9 Jul 62) Abbr. SHSBC.

SALVAGE, to save from ruin. (HCO PL 23 Oct 65) S AND D, search and discovery. (HCOB 13 Jan 68) S AND D TYPE S, is “Who or what are you trying to stop?” (HCOB 13 Jan 68) S AND D TYPE U, there are several types of S and D (Search and Discovery). The type is determined by the first letter of the key word in the listing question. S and D Type U is “Who or what has attempted to unmock you?” (HCOB 13 Jan 68) S AND D TYPE W, is “Who or what are you trying to withdraw from?” (HCOB 13 Jan 68)

SANDERSON R/D, the “Wants Handled R/D” as outlined in Expanded Dianetic Ser1es 9, HCOB 10 Jun 72 was originally called the “Sanderson R/D” on Flag. (BTB 30 Aug 72) SANITY, 1. the ability to recognize differences, similarities and identities. (HCO PL 26 Apr 70 R) 2 . a tolerance of confusion and an agreed-upon stable datum on which to align the data in a confusion are at once necessary for a sane reaction on the eight dynamics. This defines sanity. (Scn 0-8, p. 36) 3 . the computation of futures. (Scn 0-8, p. 89) 4 . a balance of creation and destruction is sanity. The individual is sane wherever he will create and destroy. (Scn 8-8008, p. 99) 5 . the legal definition of sanity is the “ability to tell right from wrong.” (PAB 63) 6 . the ability to tell differences. The better one can tell differences, no matter how minute, and know the width of those differences, the more rational he is. The less one can tell differences and the closer one comes to thinking in identities (A=A) the less sane he is. (DMSMH, p. 338) 7 . sanity is the measure of how ably an individual assists things which assist survival, and inhibits things which inhibit survival. (5109CM24A) 8 . the degree of rationality of an individual. (DASF) 9 . rationality. A man is sane in the ratio that he can compute accurately, limited only by information and viewpoint. (EOS, p. 42) 1 0 . an absolute perfection in reasoning, which would resolve problems to the optimum good of all those concerned. (5203CM03A) 1 1 . s a n i t y is certainty, providing only that that certainty does not fall beyond the conviction of another when he views it. (COHA, p. 187) S C , Success Congress. (HCOB 29 Sept 66)

SCALE OF REALITY, 1. the reality scale refers to the individual’s hold on reality and his agreement with others on what reality is. (NOTL, p. 103) 2 . at the bottom there is nothing, above that there is a communication line, the line becomes more solid, then above that terminals begin to materialize lightly and the line becomes less solid, then above that you have the terminals and you don’t have any lines, and above that the terminals are there mostly by agreement, above that there is agreement, and above agreement there is consideration, individual consideration, and above that there is postulate. That is the Scale of Reality. (PAB 154)

S C A N N I N G , 1 . the action of rapidly glancing through an incident from beginning (earliest moment of the incident) to the end of the incident. (HCOB 12 Dec 71 IX) 2 . one contacts an incident and recognizes it as a concept of an incident. The preclear then goes forward from this incident to the next one of a similar type that he can recognize. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 126)

SCHEDULING, the hours of a course or the designation of certain times for auditing. (HCOB 19 Jun 71 III) SCHIZO, nickname for schizophrenic. It is an odd misnomer in that it means split personality and the trouble with a schizo is that he needs splitting, not that he’s split. He’s in another’s valence and what is required is to remove or split the preclear out of that other’s valence. (PAB 106)

SCHIZOPHRENIC, 1. the original definition of schizophrenic or “scissors personality” was in observation of shift of identity. A case which is very heavily charged goes into valences so completely that the person sharply and distinctly changes personality and appearance when shifted from one valence to another. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 200) 2. the schizophrenic is an individual who has several portions of the analyzer segmented off by different circuits, which are actually valences, and who goes from one to another of these portions of the analyzer, only occasionally, if ever, becoming himself. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 49) 3 . an idea that one is two persons, which is remediable by a discovery of the life continuums being dramatized by the individual. (PDC 14) 4 . the multi-valent aberee. (DMSMH, p. 125)

SCIENCE, 1. a science is an organized body of knowledge which knowledge, where, when you look, knowledge will be found. It doesn’t have variables in it. (5009CM23 General Dianetics—Part 1 ) 2 . a science is not merely a collection of facts, neatly arranged. An essential of a science is that observations give rise to theories which, in turn, predict new observations. When the new observations are made, they, in turn, give rise to better theories, which predict further observations. (Scn 8-80, p. 8)

SCIENTIFIC TRUTH, something which was workably and invariably right for the body of knowledge in which it lay. (DASF) SCIENTOLOGIST, 1. one who betters the conditions of himself and the conditions of others by using Scn technology. (Aud 73 UK) 2 . one who controls persons, environments and situations. A Scientologist operates within the boundaries of the Auditor’s Code and the Code of a Scientologist. (PAB 137) 3 . one who understands life. His technical skill is devoted to the resolution of the problems of life. (COHA, p. 12) 4 . a specialist in spiritual and human affairs. (Abil Ma 1)

SCIENTOLOGY, 1. it is formed from the Latin word scio, which means know or distinguish, being related to the word scindo, which means cleave. (Thus, the idea of differentiation is strongly implied.) It is formed from the Greek word logos, which means THE WORD, or OUTWARD FORM BY WHICH THE INWARD THOUGHT IS EXPRESSED AND MADE KNOWN: also THE INWARD THOUGHT or REASON ITSELF. Thus, SCIENTOLOGY means KNOWING ABOUT KNOWING, or SCIENCE OF KNOWLEDGE. (Scn 8- 8 0 , p . 8 ) 2 . S c i e n t o l o g y addresses the thetan. S c i e n t o l o g y is used to increase spiritual freedom, intelligence, ability, and to produce immortality. (HCOB 22 Apr 69) 3 . an organized body of scientific research knowledge concerning life, life sources and the mind and includes practices that improve the intelligence, state and conduct of persons. (HCOB 9 Jul 59) 4 . a religious philosophy in its highest meaning as it brings man to total freedom and truth. (HCOB 18 Apr 67) 5 . the science of knowing how to know answers. It is a wisdom in the tradition of ten thousand years of search in Asia and Western civilization. It is the science of human affairs which treats the livingness and beingness of man, and demonstrates to him a pathway to greater freedom. (COHA, p. 9) 6 . an organization of the impertinences which are mutually held true by all men in all times, and the development of technologies which demonstrate the existence of new phenomena not hitherto known, which are useful in creating states of beingness considered more desirable by man. (COHA, p. 9) 7 . the science of knowing how to know. It is the science of knowing sciences. It seeks to embrace the sciences and humanities as a clarification of knowledge itself. Into all these things—biology, physics, psychology and life itself—the skills of Scientologists can bring order and simplification. (Scn 8-8008, p. 11) 8 . the study of the human spirit in its relationship to the physical universe and its living forms. (Abil 146) 9 . a science of life. It is the one thing senior to life because it handles all the factors of life. It contains the data necessary to live as a free being. A reality in Scientoloa is a reality on life. (Aud 27 UK) 1 0 . a body of knowledge which, when properly used, gives freedom and truth to the individual. (COHA, p. 251) 11. Scientoloa is an organized body of scientific research knowledge concerning life, life sources and the mind and includes practices that improve the intelligence, state and conduct of persons. (Abil Mi 104) 1 2 . knowledge and its application in the conquest of the material universe. (HCL 1, 5203CM03A) 1 3 . an applied philosophy designed and developed to make the able more able. In this sphere it is tremendously successful. (HCO PL 27 Oct 64) 1 4 . an applied religious philosophy dealing with the study of knowledge, which through the application of its technology, can bring about desirable changes in the conditions of life. (HCO PL 15 Apr 71R)

SCIENTOLOGY CLEAR, see CLEAR. SCIENTOLOGY CROSS, a cross about three inches high and is of simple but effective design without lettering or other ornament. The model of the cross came from a very ancient Spanish mission in Arizona, a sand casting which was dug up by Ron. The cross is a regular Roman cross with four additional short points between the four long points, a true eight dynamic Scn cross; the sunburst cross. (Abil 14)

SCIENTOLOGY 8-8008, 1. was a formula. It said: the attainment of infinity, that is the first eight is achieved by the reduction of the physical universe from infinity, that is the second e i g h t , to zero, which is the first zero and the building of one’s own universe from z e r o t o a n i n f i n i t y of one’s own universe and by that one achieves the attainment of i n f i n i t y . (9ACC 14, 5412CM24) 2 . the roadmap of a process. And it says, the attainment of infinity by the reduction of the apparency of the mest universe is infinity to zero and the increase of one’s own apparent zero to an infinity of his own universe. (PDC 31) 3 . the original definition of Scientology 8-8008 was the attainment of infinity by the reduction of the apparent infinity and power of the mest universe to a zero for himself, and the increase of the apparent zero of one’s own universe to an infinity for oneself. Infinity (oo) stood upright makes the number eight. (Scn 8-8008, p. 31)

SCIENTOLOGY FIVE, Scn applied at a high echelon to social, political and scientific problems. This requires the earlier levels and a high state of training on theoretical and wide application levels and the personal state of OT. (HCO PL 2 Aug 63) SCIENTOLOGY FOUR, processes to OT, Saint Hill Special Briefing Course, 1963 type technology and targets. (HCO PL 2 Aug 63)


SCIENTOLOGY LIBRARY AND RESEARCH LTD., took charge of the millions of words on tapes, the tons of original Scn materials and the manufacture of all the new course books and level manuals of Scn. (HCO Info Ltr 5 Feb 64) Abbr. S.L.R.


SCIENTOLOGY ONE, Scn is now partitioned into five levels. Scn One: usable data about living and life, applicable without training, presented in continental magazines and booklets. This is for anyone. It contains assists as its auditing level. Scn One is itself divided into theory (data about life, the mind, beingness and the universe), practical (drills one can do to raise one’s ability to handle others and situations), and auditing (assists, ways to get relaxed, ways to cheer up, ways to handle situations etc. in the everyday business of living, ways to process people without knowing much about processing, ways to get people to pass exams, do their work, get along). (HCO PL 2 Aug 63)

SCIENTOLOGY PRECLEAR, a well and happy human being who is being processed toward total ability and spiritual freedom. (HCOB 6 Apr 69)

SCIENTOLOGY PROCESSES, c o u l d b e d e s c r i b e d a s m e t h o d s o f “unhypnotizing” men to their own freer choice and better life. (COHA, p. 251)

SCIENTOLOGY RELEASE, a series of major levels of gain wherein Scn processing frees the person from the principal life difficulties or personal “blocks” stemming from the mind. Called release grades, each of these levels must be completed for one to be ready to undertake Scn clearing. (DTOT, p. 151)

SCIENTOLOGY SYMBOL, 1. the S and double triangle. The S stands for s c i o (knowing in the fullest sense). The lower triangle is the ARC triangle, its points being affinity, reality, communication which combined give understanding. The upper triangle is the KRC triangle. The points are K for knowledge, R for responsibility and C for control. (6001C03)

SCIENTOLOGY THREE, clearing and OT preparatory levels including advanced auditing above HPA/HCA level. The work on this was more or less suspended when it became obvious that OT had to be attained. Includes key-out clearing and other sub OT states. However, much technology exists on it. This is the level of the better human being. (HCO PL 2 Aug 63)

SCIENTOLOGY TWO, academy HPA/HCA accomplishment level. Scn for use in spiritual healing. This is a healing strata, using the wealth of past processes which produced results on various illnesses. The auditing level is reach and withdraw and repetitive processes. The target is human illness. (HCO PL 2 Aug 63)

SCIENTOLOGY ZERO, 1. Scientology Zero is the problems and confusions and wrongnesses, zones of chaos of existence and the identification of those zones of chaos. At Scientology Zero you merely want the people to become aware of the fact of what the problem is . ( SH Spec 310, 6309C25) 2 . descriptions of the environment and what is wrong with it. Scientolo D Zero simply takes care of the environment in which the person lives. The whole subject is instantly summable in it’s own heading which is “the dangerous environment.” (SH Spec 328, 6312C10)

SCIENTOMETRIC TESTING, IQ and personality tests reworked and modernized and co-ordinated with an electro-psychogalvanometer. The results are more accurate than psychological tests. This is S c i e n t o m e t r y . T h i s i s n o t psychology. These tests are more modern, being electronically co-ordinated. (HCO PL 24 Nov 60) S C L , Study Correction List. (BTB 1 Nov 72) S C N , Scientology. (HCOB 23 Aug 65)

SCOUTING, this is a two-way comm activity. Guide the pc carefully around his life until he gets on a sticky point. Then sort it out, attempting to get parts of it to clear up. Do not let pc linger on matters which do not stick. Responsibility sorts the matter out. His realization (cognition) of various zones are what does him good. (HCOB 28 Jul 58) S C P , Standard Clearing Procedure. (HCOB 29 May 58)

SCRAMBLER, scrambles incidents and phrases. (I’m confused, I’ll take mine scrambled, stir it up, it’s all mixed up and I’m in the middle.) (SOS Gloss)

SCRATCHY NEEDLE, for some reason or other the term scratchy needle didn’t survive but dirty needle did. (SH Spec 202A, 6210C23)

SCREAMER, 1. a case which has maximum charge but not a great deal of circuitry. The supercharge on the case is so great on the reactive bank that the case bleeds quickly. This is your screamer. Emotion releases suddenly. (NOTL, p. 70) 2 . people who ordinarily “run” (undergo processing) in Dn quite noisily. (SOS, p. 75)

SCREEN, 1. the cycle of the preclear who has been taught to hate things is that he begins to resist them and eventually piles up energy against them to such a degree that he makes an actual deposit which is an occlusion and which has on his side of it complete blackness and on the reverse side of it the piled-up facsimiles of that thing which he is resisting. This screen, then, has a hunger for the thing which it was resisting; and if this screen is fed whatever it was set up to resist, it will dissolve. (PAB 8) 2 . the screen is actually a ridge that is formed for a special purpose of protection. (Scn 8-80, p. 43) S-C-S, Start-Change-Stop. (HCOB 23 Aug 65)

SEA ORGANIZATION, 1. in 1968 the Sea Org became a good-will activity and an efficient administrative arm of Scientology. The Sea Org runs the advanced organizations and is the custodian of the Clear and OT processing materials. (Ron’s Journal 1968) 2 . is that organization which functions at a high level of confront and standard. Its purpose is to get ethics in on the planet and eventually the universe. This organization operates with a fleet of ships dedicated to this purpose around the world. Being mobile and separate from the pull of land is an absolute necessity to accomplish its plans, missions and purpose: to get ethics in. (FO 508)

SEARCH AND DISCOVERY, as a process is done exactly by the general rules of listing. One lists for persons or groups who are or have suppressed the pc. The list is complete when only one item reads on nulling and this is the item. (HCOB 24 Nov 65) Abbr. S AND D. (HCOB 13 Jan 68)

SEC CHECK, security check. (HCOB 23 Aug 65)

SECONDARY, 1. a mental image picture of a moment of severe and shocking loss or threat of loss which contains misemotion such as anger, fear, grief, apathy or “deathfulness.” It is a mental image recording of a time of severe mental stress. It may contain unconsciousness. Called a secondary because it itself depends upon an earlier engram with similar data but real pain, etc. (HCOB 23 Apr 69) 2 . depends for its charge on an engram which contains pain and unconsciousness. It’s secondary. It does not contain pain and unconsciousness. It contains emotion, any emotion or misemotion. But of course pleasure doesn’t make a secondary and it also doesn’t make an incident. (SH Spec 70, 6607C21) 3 . every moment of great emotional shock, where loss occasions near unconsciousness, is fully recorded in the reactive mind. These shocks of loss are known as secondaries. (SOS, p. xiii) 4 . a mental image picture containing misemotion (encysted grief, anger, apathy, etc.) and a real or imagined loss. These contain no physical pain—they are moments of shock and stress and depend for their force on earlier engrams which have been restimulated by the circumstances of the secondary. (PXL, p. 250) 5 . a moment of misemotion where loss is threatened or accomplished. S e c o n d a r i e s contain only misemotion and communication and reality enforcements and breaks. (SOS, p. 112) 6 . a very severe moment of loss. It’s either anger against losing, fear of losing, or fear because one has lost, or the recognition that one has lost. (PDC 4) 7 . a mental image picture of a moment of severe and shocking loss or threat of loss which contains unpleasant emotion such as anger, fear, grief, apathy or “deathfulness.” It is a mental image recording of a time of severe mental stress. A secondary is called a secondary because it itself depends upon an earlier engram with similar data but real pain. (DPB, p. 6)

SECONDARY ENGRAM, 1. defined as a period of anguish brought about by a major loss or a threat of loss to the individual. The secondary engram depends for its strength and force upon physical pain engrams which underlie it. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 136) 2. the secondary engram is called secondary because it depends upon an earlier physical pain engram to exist being itself occasioned by a conscious moment of loss. It is called an engram in order to focus the attention of the auditor on the fact that it must be run as an engram and that all perceptions possible must be exhausted from it. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 149) 3. secondary (A-R- C) engrams, have more charge than locks. These charges on the A-R-C are so- called because they charge up the case. Engrams won’t have charge without later incidents. If you could get all the grief off a case and do nothing else, you would have a release. You are trying to blow these charges so the engrams will not very badly affect a person. (NOTL, p. 35) 4 . there are three types of secondary engrams impinged on physical pain engrams: ( 1) painful emotion—grief—broken affinity, (2) encysted communication, (3) invalidated reality. (NOTL, p. 29)

SECONDARY SCALE, the pre-havingness scale contains a primary scale and a secondary scale. The secondary scale contains nearly all simple verbs in the English language, properly placed for level and repeated on other levels. (HCOB 23 May 61)

SECONDARY STYLE, every level has a different primary style of auditing. But sometimes in actual sessions or particularly in assists this style is altered slightly for special purposes. The style altered for assists or for a particular process in a regular session is called a secondary style. It is done a precise but different way to accomplish assists or to assist a pc in a regular session. This variation is called the secondary style of that level. (HCOB 21 Feb 66)

SECONDARY UNIVERSE, it isn’t really his universe. It’s pictures of the physical universe which he retains in lieu of. We’re talking of the reactive mind, the facsimiles, engrams, energy pictures, as a secondary universe which is formed by reason of not being able to have the physical universe. And that’s how the reactive mind gets born and where it comes from. These secondary universes could just as well be called reactive universes. (A bil 34, 1956)


SECOND FACSIMILES, are “photographs” of the memories of another. They are still pictures usually. Their characteristic is that they show up with only two or three pictures of some long situation. (HOM, p. 36)

SECOND GPM, the next-to-the-latest GPM on the track. (SH Spec 251, 6303C22)

SECOND PHENOMENON, the second phenomenon is the overt cycle which follows a misunderstood word. When a word is not grasped, the student then goes into a non-comprehension (blankness) of things immediately after. This is followed by the student’s solution for the blank condition which is to individuate from it—separate self from it. Now being something else than the blank area, the student commits overts against the more general area. These overts, of course, are followed by restraining himself from committing overts. This pulls flows toward the person and makes the person crave motivators. This is followed by various mental and physical conditions and by various complaints, fault-finding and look- what-you-did-to-me. This justifies a departure, a blow. (HCO PL 24 Sept 64)



SECOND WIND, is really getting enough environment and enough mass in order to run out the exhaustion of the last race. There is no such thing as “second wind.” There is such a thing as a return to extroversion on the physical world in which one lives. (POW, pp. 97-98)

SECRET, 1. withheld thought. (PAB 131) 2 . it is the answer which was never given and that is all a secret is. (Dn 55 .l, p. 76)

SECURITY, 1. security itself is an understanding. Men who know are secure. Insecurity exists in the absence of knowledge. All security derives from knowledge. (POW, p. 16) 2 . self-confidence alone is security. Your ability is your security. There is no security but you. (HFP, p. 53) 3 . is not a static thing. Security would lie only in a man’s confidence in reaching his goals and indeed, in his having goals to reach. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 86)

SECURITY CHECKING, 1. remedying the compulsion or obsession to commit actions which have to be withheld, i.e. we are remedying unreasonable action. (SH Spec 100, 6201C16) 2 . a check made to see whether a person has any counter-intentions toward Scn or Scientology Churches. (Abil 218) Abbr. Sec Checking or Sec √ing.

SECURITY FORM 7A, security check devised specifically to check applicants for employment. (HCOB 28 Sept 61)

SECURITY FORM 7B, security check devised specifically to check personnel already employed. (HCOB 28 Sept 61) SEE, is just the s i g h t band of perception. The photon wave-length of perception which is a manufactured energy. (PDC 5)

SELF, thetan, plus machines plus body plus reactive bank (in Dn). (8ACC-13, 5410C19)

SELF ANALYSIS IN SCIENTOLOGY, is a group technique aimed at the rehabilitation of one’s own universe so as to bring it up to a level of comparability with one’s own observation of the mest universe, and can be delivered to groups of children or adults by a person trained only through the text of Self Analysis in Scientology. ( COHA, p. 245)

SELF ANALYSIS LISTS, 1. the lists of questions by which the individual can explore his past and improve his reactions toward life. Dianetically speaking, this self-processing section could be called “straight wire.” It is not “auto processing.” The reader is actually being processed by the author. (SA, p. 62) 2 . the auditor is assisted by these lists in that they open a case for the running of engrams and secondaries and raise the preclear on a tone scale. These l i s t s are used repetitively; that is to say the individual goes over them again and again. There is no finite period to the work. The reason the recall of these questions is important is that they reveal and discharge locks which have formed above the basic engrams (moments of physical pain and unconsciousness) and secondaries (moments of acute loss as death of a loved one). The discharging of these locks renders engrams and secondaries relatively ineffective. (SA, p. 62)

S E L F A U D I T I N G , 1 . the manifestation of going around running concepts or processes on one’s s e l f . One is doing this because he has been made afraid, through his failure on others, of his ability to control his own engrams, facsimiles, thoughts and concepts, and he seeks to control them through auditing. (Dn 55!, p. 121) 2 . solo auditing occurs in session with a meter. Self-auditing is out-of-session wondering and chewing on bank. (HCOB 10 Apr 72) 3 . the manifestation of being overwhelmed by masses etc., and pulling only think out of the bank. Pulling out think then pulls in more force which gives more self-audit. (HCOB 19 Jun 70 II) 4. self-auditing is done ordinarily out of valence and results in the preclear expending counter-efforts against himself. Thus he succeeds only in hurting himself. (AP&A, p. 31)

SELF-COACHING, the student tending to introvert and look too much at how he is doing and what he is doing rather than just doing it. (HCOB 24 May 68)

SELF-CONFIDENCE, 1. nothing more than belief in one’s ability to decide and in one’s decisions. (HFP, p. 142) 2 . is selfdeterminism. It is one’s belief in one’s ability to determine his own causes. (DAB, Vol. II, 1951-52, p. 166)

SELF-DETERMINED, one can only be self-determined when one can observe the actual situation before one; otherwise a being is delusion-determined or other- determined. (HCOB 6 Nov 64)

SELF-DETERMINISM, 1. the ability to locate in space and time, energy and matter; also the ability to create space and time in which to create and locate energy and matter. (Scn 0-8, p. 25) 2 . self-determinism in the field of motion consists of, by own power of choice, permitting the object or body to be still or not to be still; permitting a thing to be changed or not to be changed; permitting a thing to be started or not to be started. (CMSCS, p. 18) 3. self-determinism is that state of being where in the individual can or cannot be controlled by his environment according to his own choice. In that state the individual has self- confidence in his control of the material universe and the organisms within it along every dynamic. He is confident about any and all abilities or talents he may possess. He is confident in his interpersonal relationships. He reasons but does not need to react. (AP&A, p. 53) 4 . entirely and solely the imposition of time and space upon energy flows. By imposing time and space upon objects, people, self, events, and individuals, is causation. (Scn 8-80, p. 44) 5 . the theta control of the organism. (Scn 0-8, p. 83) 6 . full responsibility for s e l f , no responsibility for other side of game. (Scn 0-8, p. 119) 7 . means the ability to direct himself. (2 ACC 30A, 5312CM21) 8 . the individual can only determine something from his own viewpoint . ( SH Spec 83, 6612C06) 9 . a condition of determining the actions of s e l f . It is a first ( s e l f ) dynamic action and leaves the remaining seven undetermined or, in actuality, in opposition to the self. Thus if one wants to take on the rest of life in a free-for-all fight, one could be entirely insistent upon total self-determinism. One is Self-determined, then, in any situation in which he is fighting. He is pan-determined in any situation which he is controlling. (FOT, p. 50)10. self-determinism meant, in essence, control by the awareness of awareness unit of that which it conceived to be its identity. (Dn55!, p. 98)

SELF-INVALIDATING ENGRAM, the engram which contains the phrases, “never happened,” “can’t believe it,” “wouldn’t possibly imagine it,” and so on. (DTOT, p. 129)

SELF-INVALIDATION, a person who makes huge overts out of every little action, which is in essence self-invalidation, has behind that someplace a huge overt—big enough to set the police of several galaxies after them. (BTB 11 Dec 72R)

SELFNESS, not selfishness but just being himself. (Aud Spec Iss. 1973 ASHO)

SELF-PERPETUATING ENGRAM, implies that “It will always be this way,” and “It happens all the time.” (DTOT, p. 130)

SELF-PROCESSING, the action of a person trying to run processes on himself or continually thinking about his own case or trying to work out what is wrong with himself. It is an improper action which will only lead to a worsening of the person’s case. (BTB 12 Apr 72) See also SELF-AUDITING.

SEMI-ACKNOWLEDGEMENT, half acknowledgments. When you acknowledge what the pc said without ending the cycle of the auditing command and then say the next auditing commands. (SH Spec 25, 6107C05)

S E N , sensation. (HCOB 23 Aug 65) S E N S A T I O N , 1 . uncomfortable perceptions stemming from the reactive mind (except pain) are called sensation. These are basically “pressure,” “motion,” “dizziness,” “sexual sensation,” and “emotion” and “misemotion.” There are others, definite in themselves but definable in these five general categories. If one took a fork and pressed it against the arm, that would be “pressure.” “Motion” is just that, a feeling of being in motion when one is not. “Motion” includes the “winds of space.” A feeling of being blown upon, especially from in front of the face. “Dizziness” is a feeling of disorientation and includes a spinniness, as well as an out-of-balance feeling. “Sexual sensation” means any feeling, pleasant or unpleasant, commonly experienced during sexual re-stimulation or action. “Emotion” and “misemotion” include all levels of the complete tone scale except “pain”; emotion and misemotion are closely allied to “motion,” being only a finer particle action. A bank solidity is a form of “pressure,” and when the sensation of increasing solidity of masses in the mind occurs, we say “The bank is beefing up.” All these are classified as sensation. Symbol: Sen. (HCOB 8 Nov 62) 2 . all sensation is energy. (2 ACC 26A, 5312CM17)

SENSING DEVICES, sensory organs. (EOS, p. 45)

SENSITIVITY BOOSTER, the meter can be made more sensitive by turning the sensitivity booster to 32 which will double the sensitivity or to 64 which quadruples the sensitivity (64 or 128 in later models). (BIEM, p. 25)

SENSITIVITY KNOB, 1. on the E-meter the sensitivity knob magnifies the movement of the needle. (BIEM, p. 25) 2 . the sensitivity knob increases the swing of the needle. (EME, p. 13)

SENSORY CHANNELS, the nerves. (HFP, p. 32) SENTIENT, responsive to or conscious of sense impressions. (SOS, p. 43)

SEPARATENESS, the object of separateness in locational processing is to establish and run out identifications. Commands: Select an object from which you are separate. Select an object which is separate from you. (Op Bull No. 1, 20 Oct 55)

SERENE VALENCES, when people are in serene valences it means they are wholly overwhelmed as a thetan. (HCOB 5 Jun 61)

SER FAC, service facsimile. (HCOB 23 Aug 65) SERIES, see GOAL SERIES. SERIOUS, when interest is important because of penalty. (PDC 59)

SERIOUSLY PHYSICALLY ILL CASES, cases where the illness makes too much PTP in PT. (HCOB 25 Nov 71 II)

SERVICE FACSIMILE, 1. these are called “service facsimiles.” “Service” because they serve him. “Facsimiles” because they are in mental image picture form. They explain his disabilities as well. The facsimile part is actually a self- installed disability that “explains” how he is not responsible for being able to cope. So he is not wrong for not coping. Part of the “package” is to be right by making wrong. The service facsimile is therefore a picture containing an explanation of self condition and also a fixed method of making others wrong. (HCOB 15 Feb 74) 2 . this is actually part of a chain of incidents which the individual uses to invite sympathy or cooperation on the part of the environment. One uses engrams to handle himself and others and the environment after one has himself conceived that he has failed to handle himself, others and the general environment. (AP&A, p. 7) 3 . it is simply a time when you tried to do something and were hurt or failed and got sympathy for it. Then afterward when you were hurt or failed and wanted an explanation, you used it. And if you didn’t succeed in getting sympathy for it, you used it so hard it became a psychosomatic illness. (HFP, p. 89) 4 . every time you fail, you pick up this facsimile and become sick or sadly noble. It’s your explanation to yourself and the world as to how and why you failed. It once got you sympathy. (HFP, p. 89) 5 . that facsimile which the preclear uses to apologize for his failures. In other words, it is used to make others wrong and procure their cooperation in the survival of the preclear. If the preclear well cannot achieve survival, he attempts an illness or disability as a survival computation. The workability and necessity of the service facsimile is only superficially useful. The service facsimile is an action method of withdrawing from a state of beingness to a state of not beingness and is intended to persuade others to coax the individual back into a state of beingness. (AP&A, p. 43) 6 . that computation generated by the preclear (not the bank) to make self right and others wrong, to dominate or escape domination and enhance own survival and injure that of others. (HCOB 1 Sept 63)


SESSION ARC BREAK, occurs when the session inadvertently brought into view someplace on the back track, something which was not acknowledged. A heavy charge on the back track moved in just to the fringes of consciousness of the pc and he reacted, and his affinity, and reality, and communication went by the boards. (SH Spec 60, 6505C11)

SESSION MISSED WITHHOLD, a missed withhold picked up in a session is anything the pc thinks, anything the pc is withholding. It doesn’t matter. That’s a s e s s i o n m i s s e d w i t h h o l d . PC didn’t tell the auditor he was uncomfortable, etc. (SH Spec 142, 6205C03)

SETTLE OUT, 1. which is to say, permits the temporarily enturbulated theta to disenturbulate and the “frozen” entheta to convert, in some minute quantity, to free theta. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 8) 2 . destimulate. (HCOB 16 Aug 70) S E T U P , getting an F/N showing and VGIs before starting any major action. Such may require a repair action and rudiments as well. (HCOB 23 Aug 71)

SETUP PROGRAM, a repair program to eradicate case mishandling by current life or auditing errors. (HCOB 12 Jun 70)

SEVEN RESISTIVE CASES, these are the only c a s e s which hang up: (1) unaudited c a s e s (lies about grades, etc.); (2) drug c a s e s (who seek in processing the delusions or madness which exhilarated them on drugs); (3) former therapy cases (in this or past lives); (4) out of valence cases; (5) cases who continue to commit overts on Scn; (6) cases “audited” with their ruds out or grades out; (7) seriously physically ill c a s e s (where the illness makes too much PTP in PT). (HCOB 23 Sept 68)


SEVENTY-FIVE RATING, 75 rating. Passing grade 75 per cent on simple written examination of which true and false questions can comprise 75 per cent or more of the questions asked. (HCO PL 15 Mar 63)

SEVERITY, an increase in that discipline believed necessary by the people to guarantee their security. (PAB 96) S E X , 1 . the body’s single effort to make something out of nothing is resident in sex, and in this culture at our time sex is a degraded and nasty thing which must be hidden at best and babies are something not to have but to be prevented. Thus even sex has been made to parallel the something-into-nothing impulse. (PAB 14) 2 . sex has been overweighted in importance in old psychotherapy, an importance more or less disgraced at this time. Sex is only one of numerous creative impulses. An anxiety about sex, however, occurs when an individual begins to believe that there will not be a body for him to have during the next lifetime. (FOT, p. 67) 3 . sex finds no space tolerable for present beingness but looks to other and future beingnesses as the only chance for universes. (PAB 33) 4 . a harmonic of aesthetics and pain. (Scn Jour 18-G) 5 . an interchange of condensed admiration particles which forwards new bodies into being. (COHA, p. 205) 6 . the super-condensed many times via’d activity of creating other life forms. The only thing which makes it more complex is the fact that it is considered to be more complex. (5410CM20)

S E X U A L S E N S A T I O N , any feeling, pleasant or unpleasant, commonly experienced during sexual re-stimulation or action. (HCOB 19 Jan 67) S F , small fall, (a quarter to half an inch). (HCOB 29 Apr 69) S H , Saint Hill. (HCOB 23 Aug 65) S H ACC, Saint Hill Advanced Clinical Course. (HCOB 29 Sept 66) SHAME, 1. effect one creates is unworthy, shouldn’t have done it. (HCOB 6 Feb 60) 2 . being other bodies, that’s s h a m e . There is an emotion of shame connected with being other bodies; one is ashamed to be oneself, he is somebody else. (5904C08) S H DEMO, Saint Hill Demonstration. (HCOB 29 Sept 66)

SHIFT OF VALENCE, that merely means taking on the identity of another mass. (5410CM12) SHOCK, 1. a person can be broken down on the emotional scale so steeply, sharply and suddenly that they can be killed. That’s what’s known as shock. (5203CM05A) 2 . an expression of an unwillingness to duplicate. (5410CM21) SHORT 8, a short form of Standard Operating Procedure 8 of Scn 8-8008 . (COHA, p. 243)

SHORT LIST, by short, we don’t mean 539 pages, or three items either. A short list is enough items to get the pc sure he or she has covered the lot. (HCOB 1 Jul 65)

SHORT SESSIONING, 1. starting, continuing for a few minutes, a 6ession, and ending the s e s s i o n . It has good gain qualities for a pc who has poor concentration. (HCOB 24 Mar 60) 2 . means that two or more s e s s i o n s can be run in one auditing period. (HCOB 21 Dec 61)

SHORT SPOTTING, 1. one version of TR-10, “You notice that (nearby object).” It is spotting right up close. (SCP, p. 10) 2 . a process called short spotting, wherein the auditor has the preclear spot things that are very close to him. (SCP, p. 22)

SHORT TERM PTP, is in terms of months or weeks. (SH Spec 5, 6106C01) SHPA, Special Hubbard Professional Auditors Course (London). (HCOB 29 Sept 66) S H S B C , 1 . Saint Hill Special Briefing Course. (HCO PL 11 Feb 63) 2 . the purpose of the Saint Hill Special Briefing Course was first foremost and only to make clearing auditors. (HCO PL 12 Nov 62)

SHUT-OFFS, there is a whole species of commands which s h u t o f f pain and emotion simultaneously. “I can’t feel anything” is the standard, but the command varies widely and is worded in a great many ways. (DMSMH, p. 347)

SICK BEING, one who has been bent upon violence and was suppressed, or one who was bent upon constructiveness and was suppressed. (HCO Info Ltr 2 Apr 64)

SICKNESS, 1. the result of engram chains in re-stimulation. (HCOB 16 Aug 69) 2 . is a covert effort to die. (SH Spec 40, 6108C16) 3 . invalidation of a terminal. (SH Spec 46, 6108C29)

SIGHT, light waves, coming from the sun, moon, stars or artificial sources, reflect from objects and the light waves enter the eyes and are recorded for present time action or as memory for future reference. Light sources are also recorded. This is the sense perception called sight. (SA, p. 79)

SIGNIFICANCE, 1. a word which is used in the special sense to denote any thought, decision, concept, idea or meaning in the mind in distinction to its masses. (The mind is basically composed of masses and significances.) (Scn AD) 2 . a thetan can postulate or say or reason anything. Thus there is an infinity of significances. (HCOB 16 Jun 70)

SIGNIFICANCE PROCESSING, significance processing had the preclear take some picture or object and assign innumerable significances to it. This is an excellent p r o c e s s for those who are always looking for deeper significances in everything. (COHA, P- 79)

SIMULATED CLEAR, we called it a “keyed-out clear” quite properly. The person has been released from his reactive mind. He still has that reactive mind but he’s not in it. (HCOB 2 Apr 65)

SINCE MID RUDS, see BIG MIDDLE RUDIMENTS, MIDDLE RUDIMENTS. SINGLE, by “single” is meant “to self” flow 1 . (HCOB 5 Oct 69) S I X BASIC PROCESSES, THE, (1) Two-Way Communication; ( 2 ) Elementary Straightwire; (3) Opening Procedure of 8C; (4) Opening Procedure by Duplication; (5) Remedying Havingness; (6) Spotting Spots in Space. (PAB 42)

SIX LEVELS O F P R O C E S S I N G , 1 . I e v e l o n e—rudiments, l e v e l t w o— locational and not-know processes, level three—decisional processing, level four— o p e n i n g p r o c e d u r e b y d u p l i c a t i o n , l e v e l f i v e— r e m e d y o f communication scarcity, level six—remedy of havingness and spotting spots in space. (Scn 8-8008, pg 137) 2 . a method of auditing and a new auditing atmosphere which articulates the attitude best calculated to maintain continuing stable data in a case. The auditing atmosphere is A-R-C with gain marked by continuing rises in ARC. (Scn 8-8008, pp. 137-141)


SKIPPED GRADIENT, a skipped gradient means taking on a higher degree or amount before a lesser degree of it has been handled, one has to go back and handle the missed degree or thing or else one will have just loses on a subject thereafter. (HCOB 2 Jun 71 I) S K U N K , “skunk” has a slang definition of “to lose out,” to be “skunked.” (LRH Def. Notes)

SKUNKED, a list with RSes on it in listing that failed to produce a reliable item. (HCOB 5 Dec 62) SLAM, see ROCK SLAM.

SLANT (/), 1. if the item is alive constantly or sporadically but doesn’t go null for three consecutive reads you put a s l a n t . (SH Spec 137, 6204C24) 2 . the auditor, to null the list marks each item that stays in with a (/). (HCOB 5 Dec 62) SLAVERY, being positioned in another’s time and space. (Scn 8-8008 Gloss)

SLOW ASSES!3MENT, by slow assessment is meant letting the pc itsa while assessing. This consists of rapid auditor action, very crisp to get something that moves the TA and then immediate shift into letting the pc itsa during which, “Be quiet!” The s l o w n e s s is overall action. It takes hours and hours to do an old preclear assessment form this way but the TA flies. (HCOB 1 Oct 63)

SLOW BOAT AUDITING, auditing done without an ability to estimate the ARC of the pc or know where the basic processes fit on the tone scale. (Abil Ma 5)

SLOW GAIN CASE, committing overts the auditor doesn’t see. Therefore a little discipline in the environment speeds the slow gain case. (HCOB 29 Sept 65) S L P , Six Levels of Processing. (Scn 8-8008, p. 137) S . L . R . , Scientology Library and Research Ltd. (HCO PL 30 Sept 64) S . M . , straight memory. (Hubbard Chart of Human Evaluation)

SMALL TIGER, it is however simply called Tiger Drill. Big Tiger is always called Big Tiger. Only the following buttons are used in Small Tiger: suppressed, invalidated, suggested, failed to reveal and mistake. (HCOB 29 Nov 62) SMC, State of Man Congress. (HCOB 29 Sept 66)

SMELL, is evidently activated by small particles escaping from the object, which is thus sensed traveling through space and meeting the nerves. Taste is usually considered to be a part of the sense of smell. (SA, p. 87)

SNAPPING TERMINALS, the reason an engram comes into being and expresses itself on a preclear’s body is a lack of communication, the communication has become solid. It expresses itself as an engram, as a facsimile, as a lock, as a secondary. This expression comes about through absence of two-way communication. The moment that one runs two-way communication in upon the process, the spot has a tendency to go back to its original location. This is the phenomenon known as snapping or closing terminals. (PAB 51) S . O . , Sea Organization. (FO 508)

SOCIAL COUNSELOR COURSE, the course covers the basic materials of Dn and Scn and teaches the student how to audit. (SO ED 135, INT, 18 Jan 72)

SOCIAL MACHINERY, action without awareness. He’s doing it all the time but he never noticed it. What the individual is aware of and what the individual is doing are not the same thing, ever. (Aud 31)

SOCIAL PERSONALITY, the social personality naturally operates on the basis of the greatest good. He is not haunted by imagined enemies but he does recognize real enemies when they exist. The social personality wants to survive and wants others to survive. Basically the social personality wants others to be happy and do well. (ISE, p. 19)

SOFT TRs, there has been such a thing as “soft TRs”. In being “soft” and “nice” about T R s , you are not doing anyone a favor. If anything, it would be the greatest disservice you could give a being. In Scn we get results and we get them by following our technology relentlessly to the letter. (BTB 18 Aug 71R)

SOLDERED-IN, the engram acts as if it were a soldered-in connection to the life function regulator and the organic coordinator and the basic level of the analytical mind itself. By soldered-in is meant “permanent connection.” This keying in is the hook-up of the engram as part of the operating machinery of the body. (DMSMH, p. 78) SOLID, when the meter needle is not floating the TA is registering mass, mental mass. When you see a TA going up, up, up you know the picture isn’t erasing but is getting more s o l i d . T h e s o l i d n e s s is visible right on the TA dial. (HCOB 25 May 69) SOLIDITY, 1. could be said to be stupidity. (COHA, p. 139) 2 . barriers. (HCOB 10 Mar 70)

SOLNS, solutions. (BTB 20 Aug 71R II)

SOLO AUDITING, 1. the action of “solo auditing” is not self-auditing. S o l o auditing is done in a regular session in model session form. (HCOB 8 Dec 64) 2. in solo auditing the auditor is also the pc. This means that once the auditor has duplicated and understood the item or question the pc has also. (BTB 12 Dec 71 IV)

SOLUTION, 1. what will cause the problem to dissipate and disappear. (PXL, p. 1 8 2 ) 2 . something which s o l v e s the problem. Thus the as-isness is the problem is the solution for it would vanish the problem. (COHA, p. 109) SOM, symbol for somatic. (HCOB 19 Jan 67)

SOMA, body. (HCOB 23 Apr 69)

SOMATIC, 1. by somatic is meant a pain or ache sensation and also misemotion or even unconsciousness. There are a thousand different descriptive words that could add up to a feeling. Pains, aches, dizziness, sadness—these are all feelings. Awareness, pleasant or unpleasant, of a body. ( HCOB 26 Apr 69) 2 . body sensation, illness or pain or discomfort. “Soma” means body. Hence psychosomatic or pains stemming from the mind. (HCOB 23 Apr 69) 3 . this is a general word for uncomfortable physical perceptions coming from the reactive mind. Its genus is early Dn and it is a general, common package word used by Scientologists to denote “pain” or “sensation” with no difference made between them. To the Scientologist anything is a somatic if it emanates from the various parts of the reactive mind and produces an awareness of reactivity. Symbol: SOM. (HCOB 8 Nov 62) 4 . the word somatic means, actually, bodily or physical. Because the word pain is restimulative, and because the word pain has in the past led to a confusion between physical pain and mental pain, the word somatic is used in Dn to denote physical pain or discomfort, of any kind. It can mean actual pain, such as that caused by a cut or a blow; or it can mean discomfort, as from heat or cold; it can mean itching—in short, anything physically uncomfortable. It does not include mental discomfort such as grief. Hard breathing would not be a somatic; it would be a symptom of misemotion suppression. Somatic means a non-survival physical state of being. (SOS, p. 79)

SOMATIC CHAIN, 1. chains, held together by somatics. The body condition o r somatic is what keeps the chain in association. S o m a t i c c h a i n s go quickly to basic and are the important chains. (HCOB 23 May 69j

SOMATIC LOCATION, the technique available to the auditor by which the moment of reception of the somatic is located, in an effort to discover whether it is received in this engram or to find an engram containing it. (DMSMH, p. 226)

SOMATIC MIND, 1. the mind that works in a purely stimulus response way, contains only actingness, no thinkingness, and can be used to set up certain physical machines. (HCO Info Ltr 2 Sept 64) 2 . that mind which, directed by the analytical or reactive mind, places solutions into effect on the physical level. (Scn 0-8, p. 65) 3 . this is an even heavier type of mind than the reactive mind since it contains no thinkingness and contains only actingness. The impulses placed against the body by the thetan through various mental machinery, arrive at the voluntary, involuntary, and glandular levels. These have set methods of analysis for any given situation and so respond directly to commands given. (FOT, p. 61) 4. the somatic mind would be that mind which takes care of the automatic mechanisms of the body, the regulation of the minutiae which keep the organism running. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 233)

SOMATIC S H U T – O F F , t h e s o m a t i c may be s h u t – o f f in the incident or elsewhere, either earlier by command or late by painful emotion. The patient who wriggles a great deal or who does not wriggle at all is suffering from a pain or emotion shut-off or late painful emotional engrams or both. There is a whole species of commands which shut-off pain and emotion simultaneously: this is because the word “feel” is homonymic. “I can’t feel anything” is the standard, but the command varies widely and is worded in a great many ways. (DMSMH, pp. 346-347)

SOMATIC STRIP, the somatic strip is so called because it seems to be a physical indicator mechanism which has to do with time. The auditor orders the somatic strip. There is this difference between the file clerk and the somatic strip: he works with the file clerk but commands the somatic strip. On command, the somatic strip will go to any point of the preclear’s life, unless the entheta on the case is so heavy that the somatic strip is frozen in one place. The somatic strip goes to the point of return, but it is not the same as completely returning since the preclear’s “I” can stay in present time and the somatic strip can be sent back to earlier periods of his life. This is a very useful mechanism. The somatic strip can be sent back to the beginning of an engram and will go there. The somatic strip will advance through an engram in terms of minutes counted off by the auditor, so that the auditor can say that the somatic strip will go to the beginning of the engram, then to the point five minutes after the engram began, and so forth. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 163)

SONIC, 1. ability to hear the sound in pictures. (HCOB 20 May 69) 2 . by the word sonic in Dn is usually meant sonic recall, rather than hearing sound6 outside the body. S o n i c means hearing the s o u n d 6 which have been remembered. Those sounds which the individual has heard in the past are all recorded, either in the analytical standard memory bank or in the reactive bank. (SOS, p. 65) 3 . recalling a sound by hearing it again is called “sonic” in Dn and is a desirable circumstance which can be returned to the individual. (SA, p. 85)

SONIC CIRCUITS, are very easily recognized, for they speak audibly inside the head of the preclear or give him faint sonic impressions. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 205)

SONIC SHUT-OFF, 1. it’s a person trying to stop the energy wave of sound. (5110CMOlB) 2. sonic shut-off may be quite selective: the individual may be able to hear s o u n d s but not voices. Selective shut-offs are caused both by charge on the case and by selective sonic shut-off commands, such as “You cannot hear your wife,” or “You pay no attention to me.” (SOS, p. 66) S O P , Standard Operating Procedure. (Scn 8-8008, p. 85) SOP-8, Standard Operating Procedure 8. This operating procedure retains the most workable methods of preceding procedures and, in itself, emphasizes positive gain and the present and future rather than negative gain of eradication of the past. The goal of this procedure is not the rehabilitation of the body but of the thetan. Rehabilitation of a body incidentally ensues. The goal of this procedure is Operating Thetan. (Scn 8-8008, p. 115)

SOP 8A, a process; employed the moment it is discovered the pc’s very uncertain of his own mock-ups or if he is occluded. (PAB 2) S O P – 8 – C , might be called SOP-8 modified for clinical, laboratory, and individual human applications. The goal of the system of operation is to return to the individual his knowledge, skill and knowingness, and to enhance his perception, his reaction time and serenity. (COHA, p. 246) SOP 8-D, this procedure is for use by a trained Scientologist. Its primary goal is the delivery of heavy cases; however it can be extensively applied to all cases. (COHA, p. 174)

SOP GOALS, this is Standard Operating Procedure Goals. There is a great deal to know about SOP Goals. It is the right way to use the pre-hav scales. With skilled use this can produce releases and Clears. (HCOB 23 Mar 61)

SOUND, 1 . s o u n d consists of the perception of waves emanating from moving objects. An object moves rapidly or slowly, and sets into vibration the air in its vicinity which pulses. When these pulses strike the eardrum they set into motion the individual’s s o u n d recording mechanism and the s o u n d is registered. Sound is absent in a vacuum and is actually merely a force wave. (SA, p. 84) 2 . s o u n d is a by-product of communication. It is the carrier wave of communication and is not itself communication. (Dn 55 .l, p. 131) 3. sound has several parts. The first is pitch. This is the number of vibrations per unit of time of any object from which sound is coming. The second is quality or tone which is simply the difference between a jagged or ragged sound wave and a smooth sound wave as in a musical note. The third is volume, which merely means the force of the sound wave, its loudness or quietness. (SA, p. 85)

SOURCE, 1. the point of origin, or it would be the originator, or where something was begun or dreamed up or mocked up. (Class VIII, No. 18) 2 . that from which something comes or develops; place of origin: cause. (HCOB 11 May 65)

SOURCE LIST, 1. the goal oppose as covered in steps 1-7 (of R3M). This is called a “source list.” (HCOB 22 Feb 63) 2 . there are only two of these “source lists.” (a) the “most likely list” at the start of each GPM, done before RIs are found. “Who or what would be most likely to achieve this goal?” And (b) the “goal as an RI oppose list” at the bottom of the GPM, done after all the RIs of the GPM are found. “What goal would (the goal just done) oppose?” (HCOB 8 Apr 63)

SOURCE-POINT, if you consider a river flowing to the sea, the place where it began would be the source-point or cause and the place where it went into the sea would be the effect-point and the sea would be the effect of the river. (PAB 86)

SOUTH, very, very rough cases. The common denominator is: nothing they think has any effect on anything. They’re all on automatic and what they’ve got left under analytical control is so scrappily tiny that it’s a wonder they move at all. (6102C14) See ALL THE WAY SOUTH.

SOUTH OF THE AUKS, “South” is used as “below” or more basic or “more lost.” South of the AUKS would be even further south than the South Pole, Antarctica being inhabited by a flightless bird, the AUK. (LRH Def. Notes)

SP, suppressive person. (HCOB 5 Feb 66)

SPACATION, 1. the subject of s p a c e . We call the process spacation, and spacation would be the subject of space. (PDC 1) 2 . a process having to do with the rehabilitation of the creation of s p a c e . (PDC 1) 3 . constructing own apace with eight anchor points and holding it stable without effort. (Scn 8-8008, pp. 116-117) 4 . the subject of the creation, handling of, or concept of apace. (PDC 11)

SPACE, 1. space is a viewpoint of dimension. It doesn’t exist without a viewpoint. (531lCM17A) 2 . apace is not nothingness. Space is the viewpoint of dimension, and that is what space is. It is how far we look and if you didn’t look you wouldn’t have any apace. (5608COO) 3 . space is caused by looking out from a point. The only actuality of s p a c e is the agreed-upon consideration that one perceives through something and this we call apace. (FOT, p. 71) 4 . s p a c e is made by the attitude of a viewpoint which demarks an area with anchor points. (Scn 8-8008, p. 17) 5 . can be defined of course in reverse by its own terms in terms of time. Space is something that to go from the left side of the table over to the right side of the tabletop would require space. They define against each other (time and space). (5203C03B)

SPACE OPERA, a novel, motion picture, radio or television play, or comic strip usually of a stock type featuring interplanetary travel, beings of outer space often in conflict with the people of earth and other similar science fiction themes. (Websters Third International Dictionary)

SPECTRUM, gradations of something which are really the same thing but which have wider and wider scope or range. (DMSMH, p. 1 9 6 )

SPECTRUM PRINCIPLE, a yardstick whereby gradations from zero to infinity and infinity to infinity were used and absolutes were considered utterly unobtainable for scientific purposes. (DMSMH, p. 3 3 6 )

SPEECH, 1. a specialized portion of sound and sight. Speech is learned by the mimicry of the sounds of action. (NOTL, p. 39) 2 . a symbolized package of perception. (Spr Lect 3, 5303M24)

SPERM DREAM, patients sometimes have a feeling that they are sperms or ovums at the beginning of the track; in Dn this is called the sperm dream. (DMSMH, p. 294)

SPHERES OF INTEREST, the spheres of interest are the eight dynamics. A series of concentric sphere6 each one larger than the last with the first dynamic at center and the eighth dynamic at the extreme of any universe gives a spatial picture of interest. (COHA, p. 99)

SPINNER, THE, a chair device was used to s p i n the thetan until he had no orientation. This is the probable source of the slang term, spinning, meaning going insane. (HOM, pp. 7 2 – 7 3 )

SPINNINESS, a variety of dizziness; a sensation. (HCOB 19 Jan 67) SPINNING, slang term meaning going insane. (HOM, p. 73) SPIRALS, 1. the thetan lives his life in segments: the largest segment is composed of spirals, as he goes through the mest universe, he is involved in a series of spirals each one less in terms of years, ordinarily, than the last. The length of this spiral might serve to indicate how much longer the thetan can continue. By a spiral would be meant a more or less continuous cycle of action. (HOM, p. 50) 2 . a term of lives, or a term of existences, or a single existence which bear an intimate relation, one to the other. (PDC 16) SPIRIT, a thetan, after the Greek symbol of thought (ø)) and spirit—theta. (Abil 146)

SPORADIC SLAM, t h i s s l a m is occasionally turned on. (SH Spec 1 9 4 , 6209C25)

SPOT, a simple location, not a spot that has a mass, temperature, or characteristics. A location is simply a location, it does not have mass, it does not have color, it does not have any temperature. (Dn 55!, p. 119) SPOTTING SPOTS, 1. the goal of the process is to bring the preclear to a point where he can spot locations in space which do not have color, mass or shape, but which are simply locations, and spot that same location repeatedly without variation. (PAB 51) 2 . this is a precision action—you want him to spot a spot in space and then be able to spot it again. That spot is only a location. It doesn’t have mass, and you want him to be able to put his finger on it and take his finger off of it, and put the finger of his other hand on it, and take it off, and move his body into it and move his body out of it and so forth. This is a location and the more certain he becomes of these locations the better he is, and the next thing you know—why, he’s able to tolerate space. (PXL, p. 2 6 2 )

SPRINGY, needle reaction—reads which bounce back to set position. (HCOB 8 Jul 64 II) SPR LECT, London Spring Lectures. (HCOB 29 Sept 66)

SQUIRREL, 1. a squirrel is doing something entirely different. He doesn’t understand any of the principles so he makes up a bunch of them to fulfill his ignorance and voices them off on a pc and gets no place. (SH Spec 77, 6111C08) 2 . those who engage in actions altering Scn, and offbeat practices. (ISE, p. 40)— v. to change and invent processes. (HCOB 23 May 69)

SQUIRRELLING, 1. it means altering Scn and offbeat practices. It is a bad thing. (HCO PL 14 Feb 65) 2. squirreling is not really different processes—it is careless, incomplete, messed up auditing procedure. (HCOB 15 Jan 70 II) SRI, Student Rescue Intensive. (BTB 9 Aug 70R) SSSA, six steps for self auditing. (PAB 7)

STABILITY, what we will call a stability for want of a better word at this time would be one who can, without the assistance of mest eyes, perceive with complete certainty the three universes from many viewpoints, a Clear. (PAB 2)

STABLE DATUM, 1. until one selects one datum, one factor, one particular in a confusion of particles, the confusion continues. The one thing selected and used becomes the stable datum for the remainder. (POW, p. 23) 2 . any body of knowledge is built from one datum. That is its stable datum. Invalidate it and the entire body of knowledge falls apart. A stable datum does not have to be the correct one. It is simply the one that keeps things from being in a confusion and on which others are aligned. (POW, p. 24) 3 . a datum which keeps things from being in a confusion and around which other data align. (NSOL, p. 66) See also DOCTRINE OF THE STABLE DATUM.

STAFF STAFF AUDITOR, 1. purpose: to keep staff morale high, by keeping missed withholds cleaned up. To see to it that staff gets best auditing possible. To release and clear staff. (HCO PL 17 May 62) 2. audits staff members, handles auditing emergency assists on staff. (HCO PL 18 Dec 64)

STAGE FOUR NEEDLE, 1. means somebody who isn’t registering by reason of being stuck in machinery. A stage four needle rises and sticks and then falls. (5811C07) 2 . this is the sole survivor of an old system (20th ACC) that used four stages of meter reaction as a test of state of case. A stage four needle is still important to identify when met as it means this preclear is from no place as a case. A stage four is below a merely stuck needle. A stage four needle goes up about an inch or two (always the same distance) and sticks and then falls, goes up, sticks, falls, about once a second or so. It is very regular, always the same distance, always the same pattern, over and over on and on, and nothing you say or the preclear says changes it (except body reactions). It’s a disheartening phenomenon. Until you break it, there’s no case change. (EME, p. 19)

STAGES OF RELEASE, First Stage Release. 1. this occurs in auditing up to Grade IV. It is not very stable. The person is very well off and definitely a release, but he or she can now postulate and in postulating sometimes gets into the R6 bank. The first stage release is eased out of the bank but subject to call back. (HCOB 28 Jun 65) 2 . to obtain first stage release, one must have had lower grade auditing of some sort. This removes the locks (the distressful moments of life) off the reactive mind. As these pinned one to it, one can now get out of it. (HCOB 5 Aug 65) Second Stage Release. Power Process Release. This is very stable and should be called a Second Stage Release or a Power Release to be technically exact. You can run only power processes on a First Stage Release. These knock out all factors of the track that force a person back into the R6 bank and leave the person able to go into or get out of the R6 bank easily. This second stage release is definitely Homo novis. The person ceases to respond like a Homo sapiens and has fantastic capability to learn and act. (HCOB 28 Jun 65) Third Stage Release. 1. certain advanced power processes make a Third Stage Release. These mainly recover knowledge and smooth out one’s understanding of the awareness of the environment achieved by Second Stage Release on power processing. (HCOB 12 Jul 65) 2 . (called for a few days a second stage before terminology was firm) is an improved Second Stage Release in that selective areas of learning are handled to return special skills to the person. The case state does not necessarily improve but certain zones of knowledge have been polished up. (HCOB 28 Jun 65) Fourth Stage Release. to obtain Fourth Stage Release one has to take the lock end words off the R6 bank. He has to be an R6 auditor himself to do this properly. With these gone, the R6 bank is left on its naked basics and one can be very free of it for quite a while. (HCOB 5 Aug 65) Fifth Stage Release. 1. to obtain a Fifth Stage Release, one has to have run out the whole remaining reactive mind. That’s done by a process known as R6- GPMI or GPM’s by Items (HCOB 5 Aug 65) 2. Fifth Stage Release would be Clear. (SH Spec 65, 6507C27)

STALE-DATED C/S, a C/S that is a week or two old. This is called a stale-dated C/S meaning it is too old to be valid. (HCOB 23 Aug 71)

STALE-DATED PROGRAM, a repair (progress) program that is a month or two old. This is called a stale-dated program meaning it is too old to be valid. (HCOB 23 Aug 71)

STANDARD, 1. a definite level or degree of quality that is proper and adequate for a specific purpose. (Class VIII, No. 4) 2. “Standard” in standard tech auditing is a precise activity, done with good TRs, exact grade processes and exact actions. (HCOB 10 Sept 68) STANDARD AUDITING CYCLE, a standard auditing cycle includes only those items which appear on the paid completions HCOB 30 Aug 71RA Issue II, Revised 21 Oct 73, Paid Completions—Second Revision. (HCO PL 21 Oct 73R) STANDARD DIANETICS, modern Dn auditing is called Standard Dianetics and new Dianetics. It is a precision activity. (LRH ED 9, 11 May 69)

STANDARD MEMORY BANKS, 1. the analytical mind has its standard memory banks. To operate, the analytical mind has to have percepts (data), memory (data), and imagination (data). Whether or not the data contained in the standard memory banks is evaluated correctly or not, it is all there. The various senses receive information and this information files straight into the standard memory bank. (DMSMH, p. 45) 2 . those in which experience is stored for use in the estimation of the effort necessary for survival and are concerned with analytical thought. (Scn 8-8008, p. 8) 3 . recordings of everything perceived throughout the lifetime up to present time by the individual except physical pain, which is not recorded in the analytical mind but is recorded in the reactive mind. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 230)

STANDARD PATTERN OF A TRACK, the standard pattern of a track should be counter-effort, overt act, thought pattern. (5206CM24F)

STANDARD TECH, 1. a standardization of processes so that they apply to 100 per cent of the cases to which they are addressed. (Class VIII, No. 19) 2 . the accumulation of those exact processes which make a way between humanoid and OT, the exact method of organizing them, the exact method of delivering them, and the exact repair of any errors made on that route. (Class VIII, No. 2) 3 . that terribly narrow path which we now call standard tech is composed of those things which if they are out inhibit and prohibit all case gain. (Class VIII, No. 1) 4 . standard tech is not a process or a series of processes. It is following the rules of processing. (HCOB 26 Feb 70) 5 . that tech which has absolutely no arbitraries. (HCOB 23 Aug 68)

STANDING WAVE, a w a v e form comes up and either because it meets another w a v e form or for some other reason it just becomes a rigid form. If you could imagine an ocean w a v e not any longer rolling but just sitting there all peaked. Well, electricity strangely enough will do this, and a thetan is very good at this. (7204C07 SO III)

STARRATE CHECKOUT, a very exact checkout which verifies the full and minute knowledge of the student, of a portion of study materials and tests his full understanding of the data and ability to apply it. (HCOB 21 Sept 70)

STAR-RATED, 100 per cent letter perfect in knowing and understanding, demonstrating and being able to repeat back the material with no comm lag. (HCO PL 8 Mar 66)

START-CHANGE-STOP, the anatomy of control. This is a cycle of action. There is continue (persist) on the middle of the curve and other cycles within cycles of action, but the most important factors are start, change, and stop. These three parts of control are run flat individually. Then pick up the other part of the cycle and run that flat in this order: we run change flat, and then run start very flat and then we run stop flat. (PAB 97)

STATE OF CASE SCALE, 1. this is the state of case scale. All levels given are major levels. Minor levels exist between them. Level (1), no track—no charge. Level (1) is of course an O.T. (HCOB 8 Jun 63) Level (2), full visible time track—some charge. Level (2) is the clearest clear anybody ever heard of. (HCOB 8 Jun 63) Level (3), sporadic visibility of track—some heavily charged areas. Level (3) can run engrams. (HCOB 8 Jun 63) Level (4), invisible track (black or invisible field), very heavily charged areas exist. Level (4) can run early track engrams if the running is skilled. Level (4) includes the Black V case. (HCOB 8 Jun 63) Level (5), dub-in—some areas of track so heavily charged pc is below consciousness in them. Level (5) has to be run on general ARC processes. (HCOB 8 Jun 63) He has an uncertainty about everything. He has to figure about everything; he has to know before he goes, and he has to hide but he knows he can’t hide, and he depends on logic to serve for all of his predictions because he can’t look. (PAB 2) This guy can’t confront it to the degree that if he tries to confront it he makes a picture of it. He’s got a picture of a picture. (SH Spec 2751 6306C18) Level (6), dub-in of dub-in. Many areas of track so heavily charged, the dub-in is submerged. Level (6) has to be run carefully on special ARC processes with lots of havingness. (HCOB 8 Jun 63) A (6) is neurotic. He’s unable to easily recall the things in the next to the last list of Self Analysis; something really real, a time he was really in communication, and so forth. (5304M07) There’s nothing that distinguishes the (6) from the dub-in case except the degree of franticness which the case goes into, and the amount of delusion which can turn on. What characterizes this case is the terrible automaticity of the bank. (SH Spec 274, 6306C13) Level (7), only aware of own evaluations —track too heavily charged to be viewed at all. Level (7) responds to the CCHs. (HCOB 8 Jun 63) Level (8), unaware—pc dull, often in a coma. Level (8) responds only to reach and withdraw CCHs. (HCOB 8 Jun 63) In actuality on some portion of every time track in every case you will find each of the levels except (1) momentarily expressed. The above scale is devoted to chronic case level and is useful in programming a case. Now, what makes these levels of case? It is entirely charge. The more heavily charged the case, the lower it falls on the above scale. It is charge that prevents the pc from confronting the time track and submerges the time track from view. (HCOB 8 Jun 63)

STATES OF RELEASE, there are five state6 of release (Grades O-IV) up to Power Release (Grade V). Above this is a Whole Track Release (Grade VI) and above that is a state we call Clear. Clear is followed by the state of OT (Operating Thetan), attained in sections. (Aud 107 ASHO)

STATIC, 1. a static is something without mass, without wavelength, without time, and actually without position. That’s a static and that is the definition of zero. (5410CM06) 2 . a static by definition, is something that is in a complete equilibrium. It isn’t moving and that’s why we’ve used the word static. Not in an engineering sense but in its absolute dictionary sense. (5608C–) 3 . an actuality of no mass, no wave-length, no position in space or relation in time, but with the quality of creating or destroying mass or energy, locating itself or creating space, and of re-relating time. (Dn 55!, p. 29) 4 . something which has no motion. The word is from the Latin, sto meaning stand. No part of mest can be static, but theta is static. Theta has no motion. Even when the mest it controls is moving in space and time, theta is not moving, since theta is not in space or time. (Abil 114A) 5 . has no motion, it has no width, length, breadth, depth; it is not held in suspension by an equilibrium of forces; it does not have mass; it does not contain wave-lengths; it has no situation in time or space. (Scn 8-8008, p. 13) 6 . the simplest thing there is is a static, but a static is not nothingness. These are not synonyms. We speak of it carelessly as a nothingness. That’s because we say nothingness in relationship to the space and objects of the material universe. Life has a quality. It has an ability. When we say nothingness we simply mean it has no quantity. There is no quantitative factor. (5411CM05) 7 . a s t a t i c, in physics, is called something which is “an equilibrium of forces.” (Dn 55! p. 27)

STEERING THE PC, 1. this is the only use of latent or random reads. You see a read the same as the instant read occurring again when you are not speaking but after you have found a whole thought reacting you say, “There” or “That” and the pc, seeing what he or she is looking at as you say it recovers the knowledge from the reactive bank and gives the data and the whole thought clears or has to be further worked and cleared. (HCOB 25 May 62) 2 . each time the needle twitches the auditor says, “That” or “There” to help the pc see what is twitching. This prompting is the only use of latent reads in Scn. (HCOB 3 May 62)

STENOGRAPHIC AUDITING, the auditor is writing down every word the pc says (like a stenographer). (BTB 10 Jul 69) STEP V, Black V. (PXL, p. 167) See also STATE OF CASE SCALE .

STEP SIX, 1. I had known about help for some years and in 1957, autumn, used it with Step 6 in clearing people. The first clears made easily by others were done with meter assessments and five way help brackets on terminals. It was found that Step 6, being a creative process, was bad on some cases. The clearing formula was help and Step 6 . (HCOB 12 May 60) 2 . establish pc’s control over mest subjective. (HCOB 13 Mar 75) [The full rundown is contained in Scientology Clear Procedure, Issue One. ] STEP SIX PHENOMENON (OF SCIENTOLOGY CLEAR PROCEDURE), when what you are asking the pc to do is at great variance with the basic goal of the pc, you get an increase of mass in the bank by reason of mocking things up. (SH Spec 160, 6206C12) STEP 6 SOP-8C, that s t e p which includes the solution of problems posed by symbolism. The solution which resolves symbolism is the definition of Step 6 . (2ACC-llB, 5311CM27) STHIL, Saint Hill. (HCOB 23 Aug 65) STICK, needle definitely stops (if it was moving) or simply remains fixed with no movement in either direction. (HCOB 30 Apr 60)

STICKERS, they are stuck phrases in modifiers. “Stay right here and wait no matter how long it takes.” That would not be unusual to find in a modifier. It parks the person on the track very effectively. (SH Spec 81, 6111C16)

STICKY NEEDLE (sticky or rigid needle), one which does not change, but if it does, changes very slightly and with a jerk. (Scn Jour 1-G 1952)

STICTUIVITY (STICK-TO-IVITY), Slang. the ability to stick to a purpose, to keep on going. The ability to persist. (LRH Def. Notes) STILL TA, 1. occurs when the auditor did not have to move the TA in order to read the needle. (SH Spec 234, 6302C07) 2 . only one-eighth of a division of motion on the tone arm dial—e.g., an eighth of the distance from 4 to 5 . (HCOB 11 Apr 61)

STIMULUS-RESPONSE, mechanism whereby the individual is restimulated or upset or stimulated by the environment. (HFP, p. 32) STO, a Staff Training Officer (STO) is the head of the staff training section of the Qualifications Division. (HCO PL 21 Sept 69) STOP, 1. motionlessness. (SCP, p. 17) 2. a stop is made out of vias. (COHA, p. 108)

STOPPED READ, would be one that froze the needle. (HCOB 3 Jun 71) STOP SUPREME, a variation of S-C-S processes. Stop Supreme is a heavy emphasis on stop and it will be found that after the three processes of start, change and stop are flat, one can move rather easily into Stop Supreme. The idea behind Stop Supreme is that stop or motionlessness, is probably the most thetan ability a thetan has. Thus the rehabilitation of this particular ability is worthwhile and does produce considerable results. (SCP, p. 17) S T P , Standard Procedure Lectures. (HCOB 29 Sept 66) ST PTS, student points. (FBDL 2 7 9 )

STRAIGHT LINE MEMORY, i n straight line memory you don’t put the preclear in reverie or let him close his eyes. It can cure a person by remembering pleasant things in the past. You don’t want him to remember only the concept, but to remember the exact moment. (NOTL, p. 113)

STRAIGHT MEMORY, 1. the process of recovering data, springing locks by straight memory and setting up the case in such a way that it’ll go into reverie. It’s getting your earliest locks, getting him to remember this and that and the bad things he thinks about himself. (5011CM30) 2 . straight wire. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 64)

STRAIGHTWIRE, 1. when we say straight-wire, we’re simply talking about stringing a line from cause to effect through the past. (5410CM07) 2 . straight memory is also called straight-wire because the auditor is directing the memory of the preclear and in doing so is stringing w i r e , much on the order of a telephone line, between “I” and the standard memory bank. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 64) 3 . a technique of direct memory. (5009CM23B) 4 . in 1950 in the early HDA lectures we described this as the act of stringing a line between present time and some incident in the past, and stringing that line directly and without any detours. (Abil SW, p. 11) 5 . straight-wire is—the recovery of the actual, time, place and object. (5410CM07)

STRAY RI, a stray RI is an RI from a GPM of another goal than the one being worked. (HCOB 18 Mar 63)

STRESS ANALYSIS, using the E-meter to isolate the exact point of a man’s difficulty with a subject or equipment and clearing this up, or finding the exact point where equipment is not well adapted to man. Its use in study can pin-point the exact thing that has halted the flow of comprehension. Thus it can be cleared up. (HCOB 13 Jun 70 II)

STRIPPING, the action of stripping is done by taking every aspect of every factor in the problem and running it back to the postulate the preclear made to be concerned about that aspect of the factor. (AP&A, p. 46)

STUCK FLOW, 1. a flow which runs too long in one direction can “stick.” It will not f l o w longer in that one direction. It now has to have a reverse flow run. (HCOB 5 Oct 69) 2 . one-way communication. The flow can be stuck incoming or it can be stuck outgoing. (Dn 55 .!, p. 79)

STUCK IN A WIN, a person is stuck in “win” only when he intended to lose and won. A runner never expected to win. He was simply part of the field most of his career and then spectacularly and almost by accident, he won. It is certain that he will be stuck in that win. Therefore the only w i n s that a person gets stuck in are those which were not intentional. (PAB 91)

STUCK IN PRESENT TIME, 1. the condition of a person being incapable of moving on the time track into the past. In actuality the preclear is in some incident which forces him to be in the apparent present. (HCOB 11 May 65) 2 . a person cannot be stuck in present time. The engram might give him the illusion of being stuck in present time, but actually he is stuck in an engram. (NOTL, p. 127) 3 . when a case is stuck in present time it is highly charged with occluded emotion and it is obeying a restimulated engram to the effect that it must go all the way to now and stay there. (DMSMH, p. 285)

STUCK IN THE PAST, one holds onto things in the past on the postulate that they must not happen in the future. This sticks the person in the past. (PAB 17)

STUCK NEEDLE, 1. in a totally stuck needle the preclear would not even register being pinched. It looks stiff. (EME, p. 14) 2 . you ask the pc a question and the needle just stays stuck with no movement whatsoever. (BIEM, p. 40) 3 . it simply means that the fellow has flowed out or flowed in too long in one direction. (5207CM24B)

STUCK ON THE TRACK, 1. a phenomenon where a person can believe himself to be at some distant point in the past. (Dn 55!, p. 15) 2 . that means he’s got too much energy in one lump about something that he has nothing further to do with. (PDC 54) 3 . the anatomy of being stuck on the track is “this part of the track must not duplicate, and I must stay here to make sure that it doesn’t.” (2ACC- 24A, 5312CM15)

STUCK PICTURE, is when a pc can’t audit the chain he should be on because the picture keeps coming in. (HCOB 13 May 69)

STUDENT, a student is one who s t u d i e s . He is an attentive and systematic observer. A student is one who reads in detail in order to learn and then apply. As a student studies he knows that his purpose is to understand the materials he is studying by reading, observing, and demonstrating so as to apply them to a specific result. He connects what he is studying to what he will be doing. (BTB 26 Oct 70 II)

S T U D E N T A D M I N , 1 . the Administrator’s function of service to student6 is important, he must see the data on the course being held is available and in sufficient quantity and quality. (HCO PL 11 May 69) 2 . gives flawless service to students and classrooms so that there is never a stop on student or classroom functions. (HCO PL 14 Oct 70)

STUDENT AUDITOR, a student enrolled on a course auditing as stipulated on his check-sheet for course requirements. (HCO PL 4 Dec 71 V)

STUDENT CONSULTATION, the personal handling of student problems or progress by a qualified consultant. (HCOB 19 Jun 71 III)

STUDENT FOLDER, the folder contains a U of the routing forms and attached invoices, all pink sheets issued to the student, all essays the student has done on the check-sheet, all written drills, and the finished check-sheet itself. (HCO PL 18 Jul 71 II)

STUDENT HAT, a course; the product of this course is a student who has a good working knowledge of study tech, completion of this check-sheet does not entitle the student to superliterate status which is granted only on full completion of Primary Rundown or Primary Correction Rundown. (HCO PL 12 Apr 72RA-1 II)

STUDENT RESCUE INTENSIVE, 1. this is a speed up for study. It is terribly effective providing always that the person’s case is in normal condition. (LRH ED 57 INT, 14 Dec 69) 2 . a rundown which came about when a supervisor found that engrams and secondaries gather around the subject of study and developed some material on it which I tested and redeveloped. (HCOB 23 Nov 69R III)

STUDENTS’ RABBLE ROUSE LINE, this is the line on which students can scream when there is an outness on their course which is not being immediately corrected. (HCO PL 20 Nov 70 II)

STUDY, to apply the mind in order to acquire knowledge or skill. (BTB 4 Mar 65R)

STUDY CORRECTION LIST, used to handle outnesses in a person’s earlier studies which prevent him from progressing well on current study or make him antipathetic towards s t u d y . Done as part of the Primary Correction Rundown. It is not used as a substitute for correct application of study tech on the person’s current course. Assessed M5 . EP is all reading items fully handled and an F/Ning list on final assessment. The full EP of pc willing and able to study well would require each step of Primary Correction RD completed in sequence if pc had been having study trouble. (BTB 11 Aug 72RA)


STUPIDITY, 1. the mechanical definition of stupidity is the unknownness of time, place, form and event. (5408CM20) 2 . the definition of stupidity is simply this—having lost the time, the place, and the object. (AX-3, 5410CM07) 3. stupidity is the unknowness of consideration. (PXL, p. 182) S 2 , “From where could you communicate to a victim?” (BTB 9 Oct 71RA II) STYLE, a method or custom of performing actions. (HCOB 6 Nov 64)

SUB-APATHY, a state of disinterest, no affinity, no reality, no communication. There will be social machinery, valences, circuits, etc., but the pc himself will not be there. (BTB 6 Feb 60)

SUB-ITSA, significances or masses so charged that the pc is unable to locate, identify or describe them. They are below the depth he is able to itsa to. (HCOB 13 Apr 64, Scn VI Part One Glossary of Terms)

SUBJECTIVE (a standard dictionary definition), “proceeding from or taking place in an individual’s mind.” (HCOB 2 Nov 57RA)

SUBJECTIVE CONFRONT PROCESSES, subjective duplication increase. (HCOB 29 Sept 60)

SUBJECTIVE DUB-IN, the manifestation of putting, unknowingly, perceptions which do not in actual fact exist, into incidents on the time track. (HCOB 11 May 65)

SUBJECTIVE ENVIRONMENT, is the environment the individual himself believes is there. (HFP, p. 153)

SUBJECTIVE HAVINGNESS, one way to run this is to ask the preclear what he can mock up. Then have him mock up what he can, and shove it into his body. That is the most elementary way of running this. (PAB 154)

S U B J E C T I V E P R O C E S S E S , 1 . p r o c e s s e s which intimately address the internal world of the preclear. (COHA, p. 166) 2 . an out of sight, in-his-own- mind process. (Dn 55!, p. 121) 3 . consultation with the preclear’s own universe, with his mock-ups, and with his own thoughts and considerations. (COHA, p. 167) 4 . think p r o c e s s e s . (HCOB 29 Oct 57) 5 . recall, think, remember or return on the time track processes are subjective. (HCOB 2 Nov 57RA)

SUBMIND, the reactive mind. (SOS, p. xii)

SUBVOLITIONAL, actions, decisions, choices and goals occurring below the level at which the pc has any conscious control. Inevitable activities. (HCOB 13 Apr 64, Scn VI Part One Glossary of Terms)

SUB ZERO RELEASE, the Awareness Levels from the Gradation Chart are assessed from the bottom -34 up. When the PC’s awareness level is called the needle will float. This will be most real to the PC and he will probably comment on it. The Examiner stops at that instant, indicates the floating needle. The examiner notifies the Auditor that a S u b Z e r o R e l e a s e has been obtained. (HCOB 2 Jan 67) See also MINUS SCALE RELEASE.

SUCCESS STORY, 1. means an originated written statement by the pc. (HCO PL 29 Aug 71) 2 . the statement of benefit or gains or wins made by a student or a preclear or pre-OT to the success officer or someone holding that post in an org. (HCOB 19 Jun 71 III) See also RAVE SUCCESS STORY.

SUCCUMB, 1. survive has its dichotomy, succumb. When one is below 2 .0 on the tone scale, all survival looks evil to him. Live=evil in the succumbing case. (COHA, p. 147) 2 . the point marked by what one might call the death of the consciousness of the individual. (SA, p. 22) 3 . The failure to survive is to succumb. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 31) 4. succumbing is the ultimate penalty of non- survival activity. This is pain. Failures bring pain and death. (SOS Gloss)

SUICIDE, suicides are assisted normally by engrams which specifically demand suicide. But suicide is a natural manifestation, apparently, a fast means of separating theta and mest and gaining death quickly. S u i c i d e is always psychotic. (SOS, p. 28)

SUMMARY REPORT FORM, a report written by the auditor after the session on a fill-in type standard form and is simply an exact record of what happened and what was observed during the session. (BTB 3 Nov 72R)

SUPER, 1. superiority in size, quality, number or degree. (Aud 77 ASHO) 2 . supervisor. (HCO PL 16 Mar 71R)

SUPER-LITERATE, 1. the ability to comfortably and quickly take data from a page and be able at once to apply it. (HCOB 7 Sept 74) 2 . being a super-literate is like hearing and seeing and reading for the first time. Reading a text or instruction or book is comfortable. One has it in conceptual form. One can apply the material learned. It is a new state. (HCOB 21 Jun 72 IV) 3 . super—superiority in size, quality, number or degree. Literacy— the ability to read and write. What is really needed is the ability to comfortably and quickly take data from a page and be able at once to apply it. Anyone who could do that would be Super Literate. Super-Literacy is the end product of a Primary Rundown or a Primary Correction Rundown. (HCOB 7 Sept 74)

SUPERSTITION, an effort, for lack of education, to find pertinent data in too wide a zone or to fix the attention upon irrelevant data. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 9)

SUPERVISOR, a course must have a supervisor. He may or may not be a graduate and experienced practitioner of the course he is supervising but he must be a trained course supervisor. He is not expected to teach. He is expected to get the students there, rolls called, checkouts properly done, misunderstoods handled by finding w hat the student doesn’t dig and getting the student to dig it. The supervisor who tells students answers is a waste of time and a course destroyer as he enters out-data into the scene even if trained and actually especially if trained in the subject. The supervisor is NOT an “instructor” that’s why he’s called a “supervisor.” (HCO PL 16 Mar 71R)

SUPERVISOR CHECKOUT, a checkout done by the supervisor of a course or his assistant. (HCOB 19 Jun 71 III)

SUPERVISOR’S DUTY, communication of the data of Scn to the student so as to achieve acceptance, duplication and application of the technology in a standard and effective manner. (HCOB 16 Oct 68) S U P P R E S S , to squash, to sit on, to make smaller, to refuse to let reach, to make uncertain about his reaching, to render or lessen in any way possible by any means possible, to the harm of the individual and for the fancied protection of a suppressor. (SH Spec 84, 6612C13)

SUPPRESSED LIST, no further items on the assessment list read but the pc still has some symptoms. The l i s t isn’t null. It is suppressed or invalidated. (HCOB 29 Jan 70)

SUPPRESSION, suppression is “a harmful intention or action against which one cannot fight back.” Thus when one can do anything about it, it is less suppressive. (HCO PL 26 Dec 66)

SUPPRESSIVE A C T S , 1 . a c t s calculated to impede or destroy Scn or a Scientologist. (HCO PL 23 Dec 65) 2 . a c t i o n s or omissions undertaken to knowingly suppress, reduce or impede Scn or Scientologists. (HCO PL 23 Dec 65) SUPPRESSIVE GROUPS, are defined as those which seek to destroy Scn or which specialize in injuring or killing persons or damaging their cases or which advocate suppression of mankind. (HCO PL 29 Jun 68)

SUPPRESSIVE PERSON, 1. he’s solving a present time problem which hasn’t in actual fact existed for the last many trillenia in most cases, and yet he is taking the actions in present time which solve that problem. The guy’s totally stuck in present time, that is the whole anatomy of psychosis. (SH Spec 61, 6505C18) 2 . a person who rewards only down statistics and never rewards an up statistic. He goofs up or vilifies any effort to help anybody and particularly knifes
with violence anything calculated to make human beings more powerful or intelligent. A suppressive automatically and immediately will curve any betterment activity into something evil or bad. (SH Spec 73, 6608C02) 3 . a person who doesn’t get case gain because of continuing overts. (SH Spec 67, 6509C21) 4 . the person is in a mad, howling situation of some yesteryear and is “handling it” by committing overt acts today. I say condition of yesteryear but this case thinks it’s today. (HCO PL 5 Apr 65) 5 . an SP is a no-confront case because, not being in his own valence he has no viewpoint from which to erase anything. That is all an SP is. (HCO PL 20 Oct 67) 6 . those who are destructively antisocial. (HCO PL 30 Aug 70) 7 . a person with certain behavior characteristics and who suppresses other people in his vicinity and those other people when he suppresses them become PTS or potential trouble sources. (SH Spec 78, 6608C25) 8 . is one that actively seeks to suppress or damage Scn or a Scientologist by suppressive acts. (ISE, p. 48) 9 . a person who has had a counter-postulate to the pc you are handling. (SH Spec 68, 6510C14) Abbr. SP

SUPPRESSOR, the impulse to forbid revelation in another. This of course, being an overt, reacts on one’s own case as an impulse to keep oneself from finding out anything from the bank, and of course suppresses as well the release of one’s own withholds. So it is more fundamental than a withhold. A “suppressor” is often considered “social conduct” insofar as one prevents things from being revealed which might embarrass or frighten others. (HCOB 15 Mar 62)

SUPREME TEST, the supreme test of a thetan is his ability to make things go right. (HCOB 19 Aug 67)

SURGES (NEEDLE REACTIONS), sudden long sweeps to the right. (LRH Def. Notes)

SURPRISE, rapidity of change of state, unpredicted. (HCOB 17 Mar 60) SURVIVAL, 1. is a condition susceptible to non-survival. If one is “surviving,” one is at the same moment admitting that one can cease to survive, otherwise one would never strive to survive. (Scn 8-8008, p. 47) 2 . survival might be defined as an impulse to persist through time, in space, as matter and energy. (Scn 8- 8008, p. 5) 3 . survival is understood to be the basic single thrust of life through time and space, energy and matter. Survival is subdivided into eight dynamics. (SOS, p. x)

SURVIVAL GOAL, an optimum solution to existing problems. (DAB, Vol. II, p. 37, 1951-52)

SURVIVAL SUPPRESSOR, is the combined and variable threats to the survival of the race or organism. (DMSMH, p. 25) SURVIVE, the dynamic principle of existence is survive. At the opposite end of the spectrum of existence is succumb. (SOS Gloss) S W , Straightwire. (BTB 20 Aug 71R II)

SWEETNESS AND LIGHT, a person who cannot conceive of ever having done anything bad to anybody or anything. (HCOB 3 Sept 59)

SYMBIOTE, 1. the Dn meaning of symbiote is extended beyond the dictionary definition to mean “any or all life or energy forms which are mutually dependent for survival.” The atom depends on the universe, the universe on the atom. (DMSMH, p. 32) 2 . all entities and energies which aid survival. (EOS, p. 101)

SYMBOL, 1. an object which has mass, meaning and mobility. (COHA, p. 54) 2 . something which could represent an idea. It is a piece of energy which is agreed to represent a certain idea. (2ACC-20A, 5312CM10) 3 . an idea which is cloaked in energy of any kind is actually a symbol. That is the definition of a symbol It’s any idea which is fixed in any space with energy. (2ACC22A, 5312CM13) 4 . pieces of thought, which represent states of being in the material universe. (5203CM06A) 5 . a symbol is an idea fixed in energy and mobile in space. (CONA, p. 259) SYMBOL FOR THETA, eighth letter of the Greek alphabet. Ancient Greeks used this to represent spirit or thought. Symbol: (ø). (HCOB 23 Aug 65)

SYMBOL OF DIANETICS, the Greek letter Delta is the basic form. Green for growth, yellow for life. The four stripes represent the four dynamics of Dianetics: Survival as I Self, II Sex and Family, III Group and IV Mankind. This symbol was designed in 1950 and has been used since. (Dian Today) SYMPATHY, 1. a terrible thing but is considered to be a very valuable thing. The survival value of sympathy is this: when an individual is hurt or immobilized, he cannot fend for himself. He must count on another or others to care for him. His bid for such care is the enlistment of the sympathy of others. This is practical. If men weren’t sympathetic, none of us would be alive. The non-survival value of sympathy is this: an individual fails in some activity. He then considers himself incapable of Surviving by himself. Even though he isn’t sick actually he makes a bid for sympathy. A psychosomatic illness is at once an explanation of failure and a bid for sympathy. (HFP, p. 122) 2 . sympathy is commonly accepted to mean the posing of an emotional state similar to the emotional state of an individual in grief or apathy. It is on the tone scale between 0.9 and 0.4 . Sympathy follows or is based upon overt action by the preclear. Sympathy can be mechanically considered as the posing of any emotion so as to be similar to the emotion of another. (AP&A, p. 23) 3 . sympathy is a co-flow, it’s sort of a co-beingness. One individual goes onto the wave-length of another individual. (PDC 23) 4 . “I am him” which is what sympathy is; it’s a low level interchange of energy. (5209CM04B) 5 . equal motion, equal plane, similar space. (Spr Lect 1, 5303CM23)

SYMPATHY COMPUTATION, if a patient had a tough engramic background, then broke his leg and got sympathy he thereafter tends to go around with a simulated broken leg—arthritis, etc. etc. This is the sympathy computation. It makes a patient “want to be sick.” Sickness has a high survival value says the reactive mind. So it tailors up a body to be sick. (EOS, p. 93)

SYMPATHY ENGRAM, 1. an engram of a very specific nature, being the effort of the parent or guardian to be kind to a child who is severely hurt. (DTOT, p. 95) 2 . a sympathy engram would go something like this: A small boy, much victimized by his parents, is extremely ill. His grandmother attends him and while he is delirious soothes him and tells him she will take care of him, that she will stay right there until he is well. This puts a high “survival” value on being sick. He does not feel safe around his parents; he wants his grandmother present (she is a winning valence because she orders the parents around), and he now has an engram. (DMSMH, p. 107) 3 . the sympathy engram is one which comes forward and stays chronic as a psychosomatic illness. (DMSMH, p. 107)

SYMPATHY EXCITER, a sympathy exciter is any entity on any dynamic for which the individual has felt sympathy of the variety between 0.9 and 0.4 . Sympathy exciters are most commonly parents, allies and pets. (AP&A, pp. 44-45)

SYMPTOMS, 1. pains, emotional feelings, tiredness, aches, pressures, sensations, unwanted states of the body, etc. (HCOB 19 May 69) 2 . is from elther the body directly (such as a broken bone, a gallstone, or immediate physical cause) or is part of the content of a mental image picture—lock, secondary or engram. (HCOB 23 Apr 69)

SYNTHETIC, dub-ins. (PAB 99)

SYNTHETIC VALENCE, 1. an artificial person or the valence command which makes a person like every stage actor he sees. Valences commonly exist for household pets and it is not uncommon for a little girl to be in the valence of her dog or her cat and express herself with imitated mannerisms. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 201) 2 . those valences which have never actually confronted the preclear in the flesh. The Devil of course is the championship synthetic valence of all time. (PAB 95) 3 . valence described to pc and assumed. (HCOB 14 Jul 56) 4 . a synthetic valence is a description by one personality of a non-present personality. (5703C10) TA, 1. tone arm action. A technical term for a quantitative measure of case gain in the Scn processing of a preclear for a given unit of time. (ISE, p. 38) 2 . tone arm refers to the tone arm or its motion. (HCOB 13 Apr 64, Scn VI Part One Glossary of Terms) 3 . the total number of divisions down, a tone arm has moved accurately in a unit of time. (HCOB 24 Jul 64) 4 . a measure of the amount of encysted force which is leaving the case. ( SH Spec 291, 6308C06)

TACIT CONSENT, 1. in the case of two preclears working on each other, each one assuming in his turn the auditor’s role, a condition can arise where each prevents the other from contacting certain engrams. This is tacit consent. A husband and wife may have a mutual period of quarrels or unhappiness. Engaged upon clearing each other, working alternately as auditor, they avoid, unknowingly, but by reactive computation, the mutual period, thus leaving in place painfully emotional engrams. (DMSMH, p. 319) 2 . mutual avoidance of certain subjects. (SH Spec 63, 6110C05)

TACTILE, 1. b y tactile we perceive the shape and texture of surfaces and compounds. (SOS, p. 59) 2 . touch. (DMSMH, p. 14)

TALKING THE TA DOWN, it is done by the simple time-honored action of asking the right question, getting it answered, and letting the tone arm blow d o w n . To ask the right question on this technique, you must first know what you are trying to accomplish. Why do you want to bring the TA down? The answer is simply, that the TA being high (3 .5 or above), indicates that there is some mass the preclear’s attention is on. You want that mass out of way so that you can direct the preclear’s attention where you want it. So what you simply do is get the preclear to tell you what is in re-stimulation so that it will key out without driving the preclear further into his bank—and thus restimulating more mass. (BTB 14 Mar 71 II) TAO, 1. it meant the way to solving the mystery which underlies all mysteries. It wasn’t simply “The Way.” (7ACC-25, 5407Cl9) 2 . means knowingness.
Now that is the literal translation of the word if you want to translate it that way; in other words, it’s an ancestor to the word Scn just as such. (5407Cl9)

TAPE COURSE, a course relayed by tape recorded lectures or translations. (BTB 12 Apr 72R)

TAPE LECTURE NUMBER, 6408Cll SH Spec 35, Study—Evaluation of Information (example of tape lecture number and title). The first two numbers (64) give the year, 1964 . The second two (08) give the month, August, the eighth month. (C) stands for copy. The third two numbers (11) give the day, the 11th. SH Spec gives the course, the Saint Hill Special Briefing Course, and then the title. From all this you know the lecture was given on 11 August, 1964, that the (35) is one of the consecutive numbers assigned for record purposes. (HCOB 23 Aug 65)

TAPE PLAYERS, are the machines used on a tape course for playing back on already recorded magnetic tape. Tape recorders are the machines used to record the tapes in the first place. (BTB 22 Nov 71 II)

TAPE RECORDERS, the machines used to record the tape in the first place. (BTB 22 Nov 71 II)

TA SINK, drops below 2 .0 (HCOB 9 Jun 71 I) TCC, Theta Clear Congress. (HCOB 29 Sept 66) TD, Tiger Drill. (HCOB 8 Nov 62)

TEARACULI APATHIA MAGNUS, Latinated nonsense for sad effect. (HCOB 14 Mar 63) TECH, 1. by tech is meant technology, referring of course to the application of the precise scientific drills and processes of Scn. (HCOB 13 Sept 65) 2 . abbreviation for “technology” or “technical,” depending on context. The technology referred to is normally that contained in HCOBs. It also means the “Technical Division” in a Scientology Church (Division 4, the division of the org that delivers training and processing). (BTB 12 Apr 72R) 3 . technical. (HCOB 23 Aug 65)

TECH DIV, Technical Division. (HCOB 23 Aug 65)

TECH IS IN, Scn is being applied and is being correctly applied. (HCOB 13 Sept 65)

TECHNICAL EXPERTISE, is composed of all the little and large bits of technique known to the skilled painter, musician, actor, any artist. He adds these things together in his basic presentation. He knows what he is doing. And how to do it. And then to this he adds his message. (HCOB 29 Jul 73)

TECHNICAL HIERARCHY, a sort of ex office technical committee on the subject of technical matters composed generally of the Senior C/S, C/Ses, Qual Sec, Cramming Officer and Intern Supervisor that monitors the quality of HGC auditing. (HCOB 1 Sept 71 I)

TECHNICAL TERM, it’s something that has a specialized meaning in one subject which doesn’t have any broader meaning, but may appear in another subject meaning something else. (HCO PL 22 Sept 72)

TECHNIQUE, a process or some action that is done by auditor and pc under the auditor’s direction. A t e c h n i q u e is a patterned action, invariable and unchanging, composed of certain steps or actions calculated to bring about tone arm action and thus better or free a thetan. (HCOB 26 Nov 63) TECHNIQUE 8-80, a specialized form of Scn. It is, specifically the electronics of human thought and beingness. The “8-8” stands for “Infinity-Infinity” upright, the 0 represents the static, theta. (Scn 8-80, p. 9)

TECHNIQUE 80, 1. is a method; an application which can be applied to (1) mest bodies; (2) one lifetime; (3) some segment of the whole track; or (4) which can be applied to the whole track. When I say segment of the whole track I mean that you can take and specialize with Technique 80 on addressing the genetic line of the mest body only. You can take someone and process only space opera (the two or ten million years somebody spent in space). The process is Technique 80. We use motivators, overts and deeds. (5206CM27A) 2 . we call Technique 80 the “to be or not to be” technique which balances out the motivator, the overt act and the deed. It’s the anatomy of maybe. It becomes an entire subject of how to take apart maybe. How to get an indecision, how to get an involved grouped series of incidents apart. Any method which does this falls under the category of Technique 80. (5206CM23A)

TECHNIQUE 88, 1. a technique is in there for everything. And that’s why we say Technique 88. There’s an infinity of techniques inside of Technique 8 8 . Technique 88 includes all of the technology of doing anything that man or any other being has ever done. (5206CM25B) 2 . is processing the theta body and actually anything that pertains to processing the theta body can be lumped into Technique 88. (5206CM27A) 3 . the knowledge and know-how necessary to clear a theta body. (5206CM27A)

TECHNOLOGY, 1. the methods of application of an art or science as opposed to mere knowledge of the science or art itself. (HCOB 13 Sept 65) 2 . a body of truths. (Class VIII No. 4)

TECH SEC, 1. technical secretary. (HCOB 23 Aug 65) 2 . abbreviation for technical secretary. The title of the person who is head of the Technical Division in a Church of Scientology. (BTB 12 Apr 72)

T E C H ( T E C H N I C A L ) S E R V I C E S , the activity which enrolls, routes, schedules, distributes the mail of and assists the housing of students. (HCO13 21 Sept 70)

TECH TRAINING CORPS, the purpose of the TTC is to produce well trained auditors, C/Ses and supervisors for the Church in excess of its delivery demands so as to bring about a 1:1 Tech Admin Ratio and a superlative level of tech delivery that does credit to LRH and Scn. All persons currently on full-time training are automatically part of the TTC. Every Church of Scientology (Class IV), Saint Hill Organization, Advanced Organization and Flag has its own TTC. (BPL 13 Apr 75) Abbr. TTC . T80, Technique 80 lectures. (HCOB 29 Sept 66) T 8 8 , Technique 88 lectures. (HCOB 29 Sept 66)

TEMPERATURE ASSIST, assist f o r a p c r u n n i n g a temperature. The temperature process is most effective on a low order persistent fever that goes on and on for days or even weeks. (HCOB 23 Jul 71)

TEMPORARILY ENTURBULATED THETA, entheta can exist as temporary enturbulence in the individual’s life force or reason when he is confronted by unreasonable or non-survival circumstances in his environment. This could be called temporarily enturbulated theta. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 118)

T E N , 1 . a preclear carried through to a chronic somatic release. The tenth act consists of running out, by effort, emotion and thought, the service facsimile. (AP&A, pp. 18-20) 2 . a case advanced to the point of released service facsimile. (HFP Gloss)

TENSION, a collapsed communication line. (Spr Lect 18, 5304 CM08) TENSOR BEAM, tractor beam. (Abil 34)

TENTH DYNAMIC, would probably be ethics. (PDC 2) TEO, the Technical Division Establishment Officer (TEO) establishes and maintains the tech division. (HCO PL 7 Mar 72)

TERM, terminal—designation of a type of GPM item (R6 materials). (HCOB 23 Aug 65)

TERMINAL, 1. it would be any fixed mass utilized in a communication system. That, I think, is the best of the various definitions that have come out for this. Any mass used in a fixed position in any communications system. Thus you see a man would be a terminal, but a post could also be a terminal. (5703PM01) 2 . something that has mass and meaning which originates, receives, relays and changes particles on a flow line. (HCO PL 25 Jul 72) 3 . anything used in a communication system; something that has mass in it. Something with mass, meaning and mobility. Anything that can receive, relay or send a communication. (HCOB 25 Jan 65) 4 . any point of no form or any form or dimension from which energy can flow or by which energy can be received. (Scn 8-8008, p. 32) 5. a terminal is what you need in order to get a perception. (Spr Lect 3, 5303M24) 6 . one of a pair of reliable items of equal mass and force, the significance of which the thetan has aligned with his own intentions. (HCOB 13 Apr 64, Scn VI Part One Glossary of Terms) 7 . an item or identity the pc has actually been sometime in the past (or present) is called a terminal. It is “the pc’s own valence” at that time. In the goals problem mass (the black masses of the reactive mind) those identities which, when contacted, produce pain, tell us at once that they are terminals. The person could feel pain only as himself (thetan plus body) and therefore identities he has been produce pain when its mental residues (black masses) are recontacted in processing Symbol: term. (HCOB 8 Nov 62)

TERMINAL ASSESSMENT, locating the terminals in the case which, when run, will produce an increase in the responsibility and reality level of the preclear. (HCOB 3 Jul 59)

TERRIBLE TRIO, well, amongst all havingness, what is the super-gold process? There is one. It is terribly certain, it does not fail in our experience and its gains are permanent. It is a process known as the Terrible Trio. The commands of the Terrible Trio are “Look around the room and tell me what you could have.” “Look around the room and tell me what you would let remain.” And, “Look around the room and tell me what you could dispense with.” When I originally gave the triple havingness process to staff auditors somebody sensing its effectiveness, dubbed it “the Terrible Trio.” (PAB 80)

TERROR, 1. the result of something having appeared engramically and then later on threatening to appear again. (SH Spec 122, 6203C19) 2. terror is a magnitude of fear. (NOTL, p. 21) 3 . fear with lots of volume. (SOS, p. 13)

TERROR STOMACH, simply a confusion in a high degree of re-stimulation in the vicinity of the vagus nerve. This is one of the larger nerves and it goes into agitation under re-stimulation. (PAB 107)

TESTED RELEASE, stable r e l e a s e , which would be the fellow who had no adverse needle reactions on the buttons of help, control and communication.(SH Spec 4, 6105C26)

THAT’S IT!, when the coach says “That’s it” he means “we are through. We are going to take a breather.” (PAB 152)

THEETIE-WEETIE, 1. Slang. it’s from England, means “sweetness and light” (but they can’t face mest or any outness). Cannot go deeper into the bank than a thought. (LRH Def Notes) 2 . a person with a terribly high OCA who is absolutely for the birds. The Chart of Human Evaluation will tell you the truth. (7203C30)

THEETIE-WEETIE CASE, 1. he operates in a totally psychotic way while being totally serene. The valence is all the way up at tone 40 and the pc is all the way down at minus eight. (SH Spec 2, 6105C12) 2 . a “sweetness and light” case at the extreme top of the graph who will go to graph bottom before the case starts up again as though the profile were a cylinder which when it goes off the top, then appears on the bottom when people are in “serene” valences (meaning they are wholly overwhelmed as a thetan). (HCOB 5 Jun 61) 3 . is high on the OCA/APA yet makes no progress. This is because such case6 believe you ought to know what they are thinking about, so every moment around them you are missing withholds. (BTB 12 Jul 62)

THEFT, the theft of objects is really an effort to steal a self. Objects represent selves to others. Thieves and what they steal cannot be understood by the logic of their material needs. They steal tokens of selves and hope to assume thereby another self. (HCOB 2 May 58)

THEORY, the data part of a course where the data as in books, tapes and manuals is given. (HCOB 19 Jun 71 III)

THEORY INSTRUCTOR, a s s i s t s t h e t h e o r y supervisor. Acts as auditing supervisor. Handles all theory administration. (HCO PL 18 Dec 64)

THEORY OF EPICENTERS, see EPICENTER THEORY. THEORY SUPERVISOR, handles all theory instruction of the course and acts as auditing supervisor. (HCO PL 18 Dec 64)

THERMAL, 1. by thermal we perceive temperature, hotness and coldness, and so can evaluate further our current environment by comparing it to our past environments. (SOS, p. 59) 2 . a vibration of material, air, and so on—if one material is vibrating fast, we say it’s hot, and if another one is vibrating more slowly, we say it’s cold. (5203CM09A) 3 . temperature. (DMSMH, p. 14) 4 . the recall of temperature. (SOS Gloss)

THETA, 1. theta is thought, life force, elan vital, the spirit, the soul, or any other of the numerous definitions it has had for some thousands of years. (SOS, p. 4) 2 . the life force, life energy, divine energy, elan vital, or by any other name, the energy peculiar to life which acts upon material in the physical universe and animates it, mobilizes it and changes it. It is susceptible to alteration in character or vibration, at which time it becomes enturbulated theta or entheta. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 21) 3. theta is thought; an energy of its own universe analogous to energy in the physical universe but only occasionally paralleling electromagnetic-gravitic laws. The three primary components of t h e t a are affinity, reality, and communication. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 3) 4 . reason, serenity, stability, happiness, cheerful emotion, persistence, and the other factors which man ordinarily considers desirable. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 12) 5 . an energy existing separate and distinct from the physical universe. (SOS, p. 4) 6 . Greek for thought or life or the spirit. (Aud 10 UK) 7 . not a nothingness. It just happens to be an exterior thing to this universe—so you couldn’t talk about it in this universe’s terms. (PDC 6)

THETA BEING, 1. the “I,” it is who the preclear is. (HOM, p. 15) 2. the theta being is close to a perpetual motion picture machine in that it can create energy and impulses. It thinks without facsimiles, it can act without experience, it can know simply by being. (HOM, p. 43)

THETA BODY, a thetan very often carries with him a theta body which he mocked up on the past track and which is a number of facsimiles of old bodies he has misowned and is carrying along with him as control mechanisms which he uses to control the body he is using. (PAB 130)

THETA BOP, 1. is a small or wide steady dance of the needle. Over a spread of one-eighth of an inch, say (depending on sensitivity setting—it can be half an inch), the needle goes up and down perhaps five or ten times a second. It goes up, sticks, falls, sticks, goes up, sticks, falls, sticks, etc., always the same distance, like a slow tuning fork. It is a constant distance and a constant speed. A theta bop means “death,” “leaving,” “don’t want to be here.” It is caused by a yoyo of the preclear as a thetan vibrating out and into the body or a position in the body. It’s as if the needle is jumping between two peaks across a narrow valley. (EME, p. 16) 2 . a small or wide steady dance of the needle. Depending on the sensitivity setting it can be anything from one-eighth to half an inch wide. It is very rapid, perhaps five or ten times a second. (BIEM, p. 43) 3 . a diagnostic read, a sort of yoyo—in and out. It does not matter a continental how wide the theta bop is. It can be a whole dial wide. Most theta bops do it repetitively. One dip and one recovery at the exact same speed over the same area would be a one-motion theta bop. A theta bop has the equal halt at both ends. (SH Spec 1, 6105C07)

THETA CLEAR, 1. it is a person who operates exterior to a body without need of a body. (SH Spec 59, 6109C27) 2 . that state wherein the preclear can remain with certainty outside his body when the body is hurt. (PAB 33) 3. a theta clear, then can be defined as a person who is at cause over his own reactive bank and can create and uncreate it at will. Less accurately he is a person who is willing to experience. Theta clear is stable. (Ab1,1 92M) 4 . theta clear would mean clear of the mest body or cleared of the necessity to have a mest body. (5206CM26A) 5 . there are two types of theta clear, the theta being which is cleared of its necessity or compulsion to have a body and a theta being which is cleared all the way on the track. (5206CM26B) 6 . the basic definition of theta clear is: no further necessity for beingnesses. (SH Spec 36, 6108C09) 7 . this is a relative not an absolute term. It means that the person, this thought unit, is clear of his body, his engrams, his facsimiles, but can handle and safely control a body. (COHA, p. 248) 8 . in its highest sense, means no further dependency on bodies. (SCP, p. 3) 9 . an individual who, as a being, is certain of his identity apart from that of the body, and who habitually operates the body from outside, or exteriorized. (PXL, p. 16)

THETA CLEARING, 1. to create a theta clear it is only necessary to bring the being up to a point where it can leave and return upon a mest body. (HOM, p. 59) 2 . the emancipation or exteriorization of a soul. (PXL, p. 26)

THETA E, earth theta line. (HCL-15, 5203CMlOA)

THETA FORCE, theta force is reason. (SOS, p. 158) THETA I, theta individual which is the individual you are and are aware of being. (HCL-15, 5203CM10A)

THETA LINE, 1. a timeless, spaceless, influence capable of making recordings, capable of animating and motivating, controlling, forming, destroying, conserving matter, energy, space and time. (HCL-19, 5203CM10A) 2 . that line where the individual uses the genetic line to make one or many bodies that pass through time and the theta body inhabits the other body from just before conception until slightly after death. This theta line is subject to several different bodies. (HCL-20, 5203CM10B) 3 . life monitoring energy and making bodies. (HCL-15, 5203CM10A)

THETA-MEST THEORY, 1. a theory generated by myself in the fall of 1950 as an effort to explain (just a theory) the phenomena of an analyzer working in one direction and a reactive mind working in quite another, the reactive mind being interesting, and the analyzer being interested. (5410CM06) 2 . the idea is that life is a no-substance thing, up against a physical universe which is a substance thing. Here is nothingness up against a somethingness interacting where the nothingness or the no-substance thing is actually giving orders to and handling the all substance thing, the physical universe. (UPC 3 5406CM——) 3 . the idea that there was a universe and that there was thought—theta without wave-length, without mass, without time, without position in space: this was life. And that was impinged upon something else called the physical universe, which was a mechanical entity which did things in a peculiar way, and these two things together, theta-mest interacting, gave us life forms. (PXL, p. 140)

THETAN, 1. the living unit we call, in Scn, a thetan, that being taken from the Greek letter theta, the mathematic symbol used in Scn to indicate the source of life and life itself. (Abil Ma 1) 2 . the awareness of awareness unit which has all potentialities but no mass, no wave-length and no location. (HCOB 3 Jul 59) 3 . the being who is the individual and who handles and lives in the body. (HCOB 23 Apr 69) 4 . (spirit) is described in Scn as having no mass, no wave-length, no energy and no time or location in space except by consideration or postulate. The spirit is not a thing. It is the creator of things. (FOT, p. 55) 5 . the personality and beingness which actually is the individual and is aware of being aware and is ordinarily and normally the “person” and who the individual thinks he is. The thetan is immortal and is possessed of capabilities well in excess of those hitherto predicted for man. (Scn 8-8008, p. 9) 6 . the name given to the life source. It is the individual, the being, the personality, the knowingness of the human being. (Scn 8-80, p. 46) 7 . energy space production unit. (COHA, p. 247) 8 . in the final analysis what is this thing called thetan? It is simply you before you mocked yourself up and that is the handiest definition I know of. (5608C——) 9 . the person himself—not his body or his name, the physical universe, his mind, or anything else; that which is aware of being aware; the identity which is the individual. The thetan is most familiar to one and all as you. (Aud 25 UK) 1 0 . a static that can consider, and can produce space and energy and objects . (PXL, p . 121 )

THETAN EXTERIOR, 1. a being who knows he is a spirit with a body and not just a body. (Aud 18) 2 . he’s out but if the body were to be injured he would be back in. (PDC 52) 3 . a being not influenced by a body. (SH Spec 82, 6611C29) 4 . a thetan who is clear of the body and knows it but is not yet stable outside. (Scn 8-8008 Gloss)

THETAN PLUS BODY (on the tone scale), a bunch of social responses stimulus- response mechanisms that are built into the being by the society. (PDC 1)

THETAN TONE SCALE, the sub-zero to 40.0 scale is the range of the thetan. A thetan is lower than body death since it survives body death. It is in a state of knowingness below 0.375 only when it is identifying itself as a body and is to its own thinking, the body. (Scn 8-80, p. 52)

THETA PERCEPTICS, communication with the theta universe. Such perceptions may include hunches, predictions, ESP at greater and lesser distances, communication with the “dead,” perception of the Supreme Being, etc. (SOS Gloss)

THETA PERCEPTION, that which one perceives by radiating towards an object and from the reflection perceiving various characteristics of the object such as size, odor, tactile, sound, color, etc. Certainty of perception is increased by drilling in certainties as above. T h e t a p e r c e p t i o n is dependent upon willingness to handle and to create space, energy and objects in view of the fact that the mest universe can be established easily to be an illusion. One must have an ability to perceive illusions before one can clearly perceive the mest universe. The thetan who cannot perceive the mest universe easily will also be found to be incapable of handling and orientating other kinds of illusions with certainty. Theta perception is also a direct index to responsibility, for responsibility is the willingness to handle force. (Scn 8-8008 Gloss)

THETA POSTULATE, a p o s t u l a t e made without regard to evaluations, conclusions, or time. (PDC 7)

THETA TIME, only now, but some of it gets left back in mest time in an engram. (NOTL, p. 15)

THETA TO THE NTH DEGREE, meaning unlimited or vast. (HCOB 23 Aug 65)

THETA TRAPS, how can you trap a thetan? By curiosity, by giving him awards and prizes (of an implant), by retractor screens, by mock-ups, by ornate buildings which he will enter unsuspectingly to be electroniced down: by many such means the thetan is reduced from knowing to a colonist, a slave, a MEST body. All theta traps have one thing in common: they use electronic force to knock the thetan into forgetting, into unknowingness, into effect. Their purpose is to rid the area of those nuisances, the thetans who cannot be policed, and gain personnel— always the former, not always the latter. (HOM, pp. 71-72)

THETA UNIVERSE, 1. thought matter (ideas), thought energy, thought space, and thought time, combined in an independent universe analogous to the material universe. One of the purposes of theta is postulated as the conquest, change, and ordering of mest. (SOS Gloss) 2 . is a postulated reality for which there exists much evidence. (SOS, p. 99)

THINKING, 1. that process in which a person engages by which he hopes he will someday come to know. (2ACC lB, 5311CM17) 2 . the combination of past observations to derive a future observation. (PAB 8) 3 . a substitution for an ability to predict. (2ACC 21A, 5312CM11) 4 . condensed effort. (2ACC 21A, 5312CM11) 5 . comparing a particular datum with the physical universe as it is known and observed. (Lecture: Education and the Auditor, 1951, p. 9)

THINKINGNESS, 1. down the scale at the level below effort. It comes in as figure-figure-figure-figure-figure. “I’ll just figure this out and I’ll get a computation and a calculation and I’ll add it up to . . . Now let me see . . .” We don’t know how all of this mechanic got into a postulate, but they’ve let it get in there. So that’s the level, thinkingness. (PXL, p. 169) 2 . the potential of considering. (COHA Gloss)

THIRD DYNAMIC, see DYNAMICS. THIRD PARTY LAW, the law would seem to be: a third party must be present and unknown in every quarrel for a conflict to exist. (HCOB 26 Dec 68)

THIRD POSTULATE, 1. forget. (PAB 66) 2 . forgettingness. (SH Spec 35, 6108C08)

THIRD RAIL, is a special form of factual havingness. Commands and position: are the same as in factual havingness. However the commands are run in a special ratio ol: 8 commands of “vanish,” 2 commands of “continue” and 1 command of “have.” Purpose: to remedy extreme conditions of not-isness, to remedy obsessive waste, to permit use of the process without bogging preclear in any one of the commands. (HCOB 3 Jul 59)

THIRD STAGE RELEASE, see STAGES OF RELEASE. THOUGHT, 1. the perception of the present and the comparison of it to the perceptions and conclusions of the past in order to direct action in the immediate or distant future. (Scn 0-8, p. 78) 2 . the manifestation of evolving a low-level certainty of observation from a number of past observations. (PAB 8) 3 . a static of unlimited capabilities, which has itself no wave-length, no space, and no time. It is impinged upon a physical universe which has space, time, energy and matter. The mission of thought is survival in the physical universe and in order to do this it is effecting a conquest of the physical universe. (5203 CM03B) 4 . thought is the phenomenon of combining, imagining or postulating theta facsimiles for the estimation of future physical efforts. (AP&A, p. 22) 5 . thought is not motion in space and time. Thought is a static containing an image of motion. (HFP, p. 25) 6 . the subject matter of Scn. It is considered as a kind of “energy” which is not part of the physical universe. It controls energy, but has no wave-length. It uses matter but it has no mass. It is found in space, but it has no position. It records time but it is not subject to time. In Scn the Greek word (and letter), theta, is used as a symbol for thought. (Abil 114A) 7 . the causal agent in an organism. It is thought which causes everything both structural and functional that happens in an organism. An organism without thought is already dead. (Abil 114A ) THREE D, written 3D. See ROUTINE 3D.


THREE FLOWS, see TRIPLE FLOWS. T H R E E G A X X ( 3 G A X X ) , 1 . it’s a research numbering for a process called Three GA Criss Cross. It lists and handles some types of implants. (LRH Def. Notes) 2. 3GA Criss Cross is an activity engaged upon by the auditor to unburden the case and locate goals. (SH Spec 218, 6211C27) Abbr. 3GAXX. 3 MAY [72] PL, Hubbard Communications Office Policy Letter 3 May 1972 Important—Executive Series 12—Ethics and Executives, executive or officers steps for getting in Ethics on a staff member. (HCO PL 3 May 72) 3MC, Third Melbourne Congress. (HCOB 29 Sept 66)

THREE M’s, a symbol has three M’s, mass, meaning and mobility. (COHA, p. 91)

THREE (3) S & Ds, (1) is a specific rundown for doing S & Ds covered fully in HCOB 30 Jun 71R. (2) 3 S & Ds as a rundown is used in the PTS Rundown without change. (HCOB 9 Dec 71RA)

THREE U N I V E R S E S , 1 . t h e u n i v e r s e s , then, are t h r e e in number: the universe created by one viewpoint, the u n i v e r s e created by every other viewpoint, the universe created by the mutual actions of viewpoints which is agreed to be upheld—the physical universe. (COHA, p. 185) 2 . the first of these is one’s own universe. The second universe would be the material universe, which is the universe of matter, energy, space and time, which is the common meeting ground of all of us. The third u n i v e r s e is actually a class of universes, which could be called “the other fellow’s universe,” for he and all the class of “other fellows” have universes of their own. (COHA, p. 188)


THROUGH A CHECKSHEET, means through the entire check-sheet—theory, practical, all drills—and done in sequence. (BPL 27 Jul 69)


THUMB SYSTEM, an auditor trick that permits better attention on pcs’ answers and less command mistakes on alternate command processes, when you give the plus command put your thumb on your index finger. Hold it there until it is answered. When the minus command is given, put your thumb on the second fingertip until it is answered. This sets up a physical universe tally and keeps one from mucking up the command sequence without having to “hold it in mind.” This permits better observation of the pc. (HCOB 1 Sept 60) THUNK, Slang. thinkingness. (SH Spec 143, 6205C03)

TICK, small jerk of needle, (meter read). (HCOB 29 Apr 69) TIGER, someone who has been repeatedly associated with goofed projects and operations and who actually has caused such to occur. He is a person who is continually out-ethics. He has failed to get ethics in on himself and he is in a group of people as a tiger would be dangerous. (FO 872) [This is the derogatory form of this term and when it is used by LRH is not always meant in the above sense.]

TIGER DRILL, 1. a drill where the coach can give different reads and different goals for the student auditor to work on, the only condition being that the goals selected be those which would be most unlikely on anyone’s goals list. The goal used in this drill is: To be a tiger. (HCOB 1 Aug 62 II) 2 . the use of the word tiger was so that a null, unmeaningful word would be on the dr ill or not restimulate anyone. Later, because of the drill, tiger=SP. (LRH Def. Notes) 3 . that series of buttons which are capable of preventing a right goal or level from reading or making a wrong level read, combined in an appropriate exercise. (HCOB 7 Nov 62 III) 4. this drill is used in Routine 2-12 to sort out the last three or four items left in on each nulling. In 3GAXX it.is used on the last three or four items left in and on any goals list. (HCOB 29 Nov 62)

TIME, 1. time is basically a postulate that space and particles will persist. (The rate of their persistence is what we measure with clocks and the motion of heavenly bodies.) (PAB 86) 2. time is actually a consideration but there is the experience o f t i m e . There is a distance, there is a velocity of particle travel—and the movement of that particle in relationship to its starting point and in relationship to its ending point, itself is the consideration of t i m e . (5410CM13) 3 . exists in those things a thetan creates. It is a shift of particles, always making new space, always at an agreed-upon rate. (COHA, p. 249) 4 . simply a consideration, the considerations of time itself are mechanically tracked by the alteration of the position of the particles in space. (PAB 46) 5 . a manifestation in space which is varied by objects. (Scn 8-8008, p. 14) 6 . an abstract manifestation which has no existence beyond the idea of time occasioned by objects, where an object may be either energy or matter. (Scn 8-8008, p. 26) 7 . time is the co-action of particles. You can’t have action of particle at all unless you have space, and when you have a change in space then you have a different time. (PXL, p. 135) 8 . time is a consideration which brings about persistence. And the mechanic of bringing about that persistence is, by alteration. And so we have alter-is-ness taking place immediately after an as-is-ness is created, and so we get persistence. In other words, we have to change the location of a particle in space. (PXL, p. 114)

TIMELESSNESS, merely means something that endures across long spans of time. (PDC 13)

TIME LIMITER, the auditor prefaces a question with a time limiter such as, “In this lifetime . . .” “In auditing . . .” or whatever applies. (HCOB 3 Jul 62)

TIME SHIFT, 1. the auditor can take a preclear straight through an incident by announcing “It is one minute later, it is two minutes later. Three minutes have gone by,” and so forth. The auditor does not have to wait for those minutes to elapse; he just announces them. The t i m e s h i f t is generally used when the auditor is trying to get the preclear ahead of an incident to make sure that he really has a beginning. (DMSMH, p. 224) 2 . the technique by which a preclear can be moved short or long distances on the track by specific announcement of the amount of time forward the preclear is to go or time backwards, or return or progression through intervals of time. (It is also useful to find out if the preclear is moving or which direction he is moving on the time track in order to discover the action some engram may be having upon him.) (DMSMH, p. 226) TIME TAB, thoughts are filed by your concept of when they happened. As long as you know the time tab of any thought, it is yours completely. When you do not know the time tab of a thought, you no longer control it. (HFP, p. 111)

T I M E T R A C K , 1 . the consecutive record of mental image pictures which accumulates through the preclear’s life or lives. It is very exactly dated. (HCOB 23 Apr 69) 2 . the time span of the individual from beingness to present time on which lies the sequence of events of his total existence. (HCOB 9 Mar 60) 3 . the endless record, complete with fifty-two perceptions of the pc’s entire past. The time track is a very accurate record of the pc’s past, very accurately timed, very obedient to the auditor. If motion picture film were 3D, had fifty-two perceptions and could fully react upon the observer, the time track could be called a motion picture film. It is at least 350,000,000,000,000 years long, probably much longer, with a scene about every 1/25 of a second. (HCOB 15 May 63) 4 . consists of all the consecutive moments of “now” from the earliest moment of life of the organism to present time. Actually, the track is a multiple bundle of perceptions; and it might be said that there is a time track for each perceptic, all tracks running simultaneously. The track might also be considered as a system of filing recordings made of the environment and the organism, filed according to time received. All the perceptions of the environment and the organism during the entire lifetime, up to now, or present time, are recorded, faintly or deeply, upon the time track. (SOS, p. 102)

TIP, Technical Individual Program. This form of issue is originated so that personal programs may be issued for students and pcs and published. It is individually written for the student or pc. It is on green paper. (TIP 1 FAO, 20 Jun 71)

TOCKY, needle reaction—small RS. (HCOB 8 Jul 64 II)

TOKEN, 1. the term token is defined to embrace the objects and habits which an individual or society keeps by not knowing they are extensions of an ally. (DMSMH, p. 354) 2 . t h e t o k e n is a very special kind of restimulator. The token is any object, practice or mannerism which one or more allies used. By identity thought the ally is survival, anything the ally used or did is, therefore, survival. (DMSMH, p. 355)

TONE, 1. tones have to do with physics, they have to do with vibration, they have to do with corresponding vibrations in the physical sciences. It merely means a condition. (5904C08) 2 . sound quality; the difference between a jagged or ragged sound wave and a smooth sound wave as in a musical note. (SA, p. 85) 3 . the emotional condition of an engram or the general condition of an individual. (DTOT Gloss) TONE 0 SOCIETY, a society governed by the mystery and superstition of some mystic body. (DMSMH, p. 405) TONE 1 SOCIETY, a society managed and dictated to by the whims of one man or a few men. (DMSMH, p. 405) TONE 2 SOCIETY, a society hindered by arbitrary restrictions and oppressive laws. (DMSMH, p. 405) TONE 4 SOCIETY, a free s o c i e t y , working in complete cooperation toward common goals; any Golden Age is a tone 4. (DMSMH, p. 405) T O N E A R M , 1 . meter control lever. (HCO PL 5 May 65) 2 . the measure of accumulation of charge. (Class VIII No. 6) 3 . registers density of mass (ridges, pictures, machines, circuits) in the mind of the preclear. This is actual mass, not imaginary, and can be weighed, measured by resistance etc. Therefore the tone arm registers state of case at any given time in processing. The tone arm also registers advance of case during processing by moving. (EME, p. 9) 4 . the tone arm reads at 5000 ohms female and 12,500 ohms male for the body. It reads the body. When a person is Clear the E-meter ceases to read. That tells you why a dead thetan reads at 2 or 3 . (SH Spec 1, 6105C07) 5 . the instrument which measures the adequacy of re-stimulation. That shows you that an adequate amount of charge is being restimulated in the session, and that it is being adequately dispelled on the itsa line. This shows you that the cycle of what’s-it-itsa is in progress and the amount of re-stimulation is adequate to get auditing done. (SH Spec 295, 6308C15) Abbr. TA.

TONE ARM ACTION, is measured by divisions down per 2 1/2 hour session or per hour of auditing. TA action is not counted by up and down, only down is used. Usually the decimal system is used. (HCOB 25 Sept 63)

TONE ARM BLOWDOWN, a sudden downwards motion of the tone arm. (EMD, p. 27)

TONE ARM COUNTER, records the distance of downward movements traversed by the tone arm. It is recorded in numbers of divisions—from 4 to 3 would be one division. (BIEM, p.33)

TONE ARM MOTION, the amount of divisions, down, measured for a 2 1/2 hour session. (EMD, p. 25) See also

TONE ARM ACTION. TONE FOUR, 1. denotes a person who has achieved rationality and cheerfulness. (DTOT, p. 60) 2 . the emotional state of enthusiasm. (DTOT, p. 10) 3 . tone 4 indicates eager pursuit of activity, with complete freedom of choice for other activities as desired. (NOTL, p. 99)

TONE 40,1. defined as “giving a command and just knowing that it will be executed despite any contrary appearances.” Tone 40 is positive postulating. (PAB 133) 2 . a positive postulate with no counter-thought expected, anticipated or anything else; that is, total control. (PAB 152) 3 . an execution of intention. (HCOB 23 Aug 65) 4 . means unlimited space at will. (5707C25)

T O N E 4 0 A U D I T I N G , 1 . positive, knowing, predictable control toward the preclear’s willingness to be at cause concerning his body and his attention. (HCOB 3 Jul 59) 2 . control by direct tone 40 command. (HCOB 2 Apr 58)

TONE 40 BOOK AND BOTTLE, is not Opening Procedure by Duplication. You have to be ready to assume total control of the preclear to run t o n e 4 0 B o o k and Bottle. The commands are the same, except that you never acknowledge anything but the execution of the auditing commands. (PAB 153)

TONE 40 COMMAND, intention without reservation. (HCOB 1 Dec 65) TONE 40 8-C, a total accurate estimation of effort with no halts or jagged motions— that is, smooth. (PAB 152)

TONE SCALE, 1. we have a gradient scale from space to matter which starts at the arbitrary number of 40.0 for our purposes and goes down to 0.0 for the purposes of Homo sapiens and to —8 .0 for the purposes of estimating a thetan. This gradient s c a l e is called the t o n e s c a l e . (Scn 8-8008, p. 20) 2 . the main gradient scale of Scn. One of the most important observations which led to the formulation of this scale was the change in emotional manifestation exhibited by a person who was being processed. The progress from painful emotions to pleasant emotions was so reliable and evident on indication of success, that it became the main measuring stick of the progress of a case. (Abil 114A) 3 . essentially an assignation of numerical value by which individuals can be numerically classified. It is not arbitrary but will be found to approximate some actual governing law in nature. (DTOT, p. 59) 4 . under affinity we have the various emotional tones ranged from the highest to the lowest and these are, in part, serenity (the highest level), enthusiasm (as we proceeded downward towards the baser affinities), conservatism, boredom, antagonism, anger, covert hostility, fear, grief, apathy. This in Scn is called the tone scale. (FOT, p. 40) 5 . a s c a l e which plots the descending spiral of life from full vitality and consciousness through half-vitality and half-consciousness down to death. (SA, p . 3 7 ) 6 . the range of emotion. The t o n e s c a l e goes in harmonics of movement, and that is all. (5203CM04B) 7 . a study of varying degrees of ARC. (COHA, p. 162)

TOPECTOMY, operation which removes pieces of brain somewhat as an apple corer cores apples. (DMSMH, p. 193)

TOP OPPTERM, the final achievement of the goal. (SH Spec 329, 6312C12)

TOP TRIANGLE, it is the KRC triangle. The points are K for knowledge, R for responsibility and C for control. (HCO PL 18 Feb 72)

TOTAL FREEDOM, would be existence without barriers. (SH Spec 20, 6106C26)

TOTAL KNOWINGNESS, the static has the capability of total knowingness. Total knowingness would consist of total ARC. (COHA, p. 16) TOTAL POWER, occurs when an individual can selectively confront or not confront anything. (SH Spec 84, 6612C13)

TOUCH, the sense of touch is that communication channel which informs the central control system of the body whenever some portion of the body is in contact with the material universe, other organisms, or the organism itself. It has four subdivisions: pressure, friction, heat or cold and oiliness. An aberrated sense of touch is partially responsible for a dislike of food as well as impotency and antipathy for the sexual act. (SA, p. 90)

TOUCH ASSIST, 1. an assist which brings the patient’s attention to injured or affected body areas. (HCOB 2 Apr 69) 2 . this is run on both sides of the body. It is run until the pain is gone, cog, F/N. It is run around the injury and especially below the injury; i.e. further from the head than the injury. Use a simple command like “Feel my finger. Thank you.” (BTB 9 Oct 67R)

TOUGH CASE, the tough case (who is also the difficult student) is the sole reason one has an urge to alter a process. The poor TA type case or the “no change” response to routine processes. (HCO PL 5 Apr 65 II) TR, training regimen or routine. Often referred to as a training drill. TRs are a precise training action putting a student through laid out practical steps gradient by gradient, to teach a student to apply with certainty what he has learned. (HCOB 19 Jun 71 III) TR-0, a drill to train students to confront a preclear with auditing only or with nothing. The whole idea is to get the student able to be there comfortably in a position three feet in front of a preclear, to be there and not do anything else but be there. (HCOB 16 Aug 71 II) TR-l, a drill to train the student to deliver a command newly and in a new unit of time to a preclear without flinching or trying to overwhelm or using a via. A phrase is picked out of the book Alice in Wonderland and read to the coach. It is repeated until the coach is satisfied it arrived where he is. TR-l is called “Dear Alice.” (HCOB 16 Aug 71 II) TR-2, a drill to teach students that an acknowledgment is a method of controlling preclear communication and that an acknowledgment is a full stop. (HCOB 16 Aug 71 II) TR-3, a drill to teach a student to duplicate without variation an auditing question, each time newly, in its own unit of time, not as a blur with other questions, and to acknowledge it. It is to teach that one never asks a second question until he has received an answer to the one asked. (HCOB 16 Aug 71 II) TR-4, a drill to teach the student not to be tongue-tied or startled or thrown off session by originations of the preclear and to maintain ARC with the preclear throughout an origination. (HCOB 16 Aug 71 II) T R – 5 , 1 . a drill called “Hand Mimicry,” a drill to educate students that verbal commands are not entirely necessary. To make students physically telegraph an intention and to show the students the necessity of having preclear obey commands. (HCOB 11 Jun 57) 2 . first in auditing we have to get the pc to sit there and be willing to be audited. We have for this many processes. Best is TR- 5 . “You make that body sit in that chair.” “Thank you.” (HCOB 8 Apr 58, Auditing the PC on Clear Procedure) T R – 5 N , 1 . is ARC break handling. (HCOB 7 Dec 58) 2 . the commands are “What has anyone done wrong to you?” and “What have you done wrong to people?” and other ARC break questions. (HCOB 17 Dec 58 II) [Later revised to] 3 . to handle charge on the auditor, TR-5N should be run, if charge does not blow on a little two way comm. TR5N is: “What have I done to you?” “What have you done to me?” (HCOB 25 Jan 61) TR-6, called 8-C (body control) the first part of this drill is to accustom students to moving another body than their own without verbal communication. The second part is to accustom students to moving another body, by and while giving commands, only, and to accustom students to proper commands of 8-C. (HCOB 7 May 68) TR-7, a drill to train a student never to be stopped by a person when he gives a command. To train him to run fine control in any circumstances; to teach him to handle rebellious people and to bring about his willingness to handle other people. (HCOB 7 May 68) TR-8, a drill to make students clearly achieve tone 40 commands. To clarify intentions as different from words. To start students on the road to handling objects and people with postulates and to obtain obedience not wholly based on spoken commands. (HCOB 7 May 68) TR-9, a drill to make students able to maintain tone 40 under any stress or duress. (HCOB 7 May 68) TR-10, for the case who cannot handle a PT problem with a process there is always locational (TR Ten). Many a person with a PT problem can only participate in a session to the extent of TR Ten, “You notice that object (wall, floor, chair, etc.)” (SCP, p. 8) TR-101, the purpose of TR-101 is to get the student able to give all R3R commands accurately in correct order without hesitation or having to think what the next command should be.
(BTB 9 Oct 71R VII) TR-102, a drill called “Auditing a Doll.” Its purpose is to familiarize the student with the materials of auditing and coordinate and apply the commands and processes of Standard Dianetics in an auditing session. (BTB 9 Oct 71R VII) TR-103, this drill is to give the student auditor total certainty on the R3R procedure, handling the meter and the admin at the same time. (BTB 20 May 70) TR-104, this drill is to train the student auditor to deliver a standard session, with standard procedure, using standard commands, without session additives, and to train the student auditor to apply TRs 0-4 in the R3R procedure, here having a “real” pc, E-meter and admin handled with skill. (BTB 20 May 70)

TRACK, the time track—the endless record, complete with fifty-two perceptions of the pc’s entire past. (HCOB 13 Apr 64, Scn VI Part One Glossary of Terms)

TRACTOR BEAM, 1. an energy flow which the thetan shortens. If one placed a flashlight beam upon a wall and then, by manipulating the b e a m , brought the wall closer to him by it, he would have the action of a tractor beam. Tractor beams are used to extract perceptions from a body by a thetan. (Scn 8-8008, p. 49) 2 . a method of contracting. The tractor beam contracts when energized. (PDC 8) 3 . a pulling wave. (Scn 8-80, p. 38) 4. in-tractors are tractors put on the preclear by the environment. Out-tractors are tractors which the preclear puts on the environment. (5203CM04B)

TRACTOR RIDGE, that ridge formed by two tractor beams in conflict operating against each other. (Scn 8-8008, p. 49)

TRAINED SCIENTOLOGIST, someone with a special knowledge in the handling of life. (Aud 75 UK)

TRAINING, a formal activity imparting the philosophy or technology of Dn and Scn to an individual or group and culminates in the award of a grade or certificate. (Aud 2 UK)

TRAINING AND SERVICES BUREAU, that bureau on Flag, responsible for training, processing and other technical matters. (BTB 12 Apr 72R)

TRAINING PATTERN, 1. that stimulus-response mechanism resolved by the analytical mind to care for routine activity or emergency activity. It is held in the somatic mind and can be changed at will by the analytical mind. (DMSMH, p. 39)

TRAINING 13 HC, 1. this is a general understanding, answering the student or trainee’s origin exercise, for use in stress analysis; a version of “Training 13” revised for HC from HCOB 11 Jun 57 Rev 12 May 72, Training and CCH Processes. (BTB 25 Jun 70R II)

TRANSFERENCE, 1. the patient flipped into another valence. (SH Spec 65, 6507C27) 2 . t h e t r a n s f e r e n c e of the patient into the valence of the practitioner. (Cert, Vol. 9, No. 7)

TRANSGRESSION, an action against a person or being or thing with which one has a moral code or an understanding or a co-action. (SH Spec 62, 6110C04)

TRANS-ORBITAL LEUCOTOMY, an operation which, while the patient is being electrically shocked, thrusts an ordinary dime store ice pick into each eye and reaches up to rip the analyzer apart. (DMSMH, p. 194)

TRANSPOSITION, that act of taking a person who is here and under influence, like hypnosis or something of this sort, and persuading him to be somewhere else, and then monitoring him somewhere else by addressing the body which is kept in a state of trance or drugs here. (PDC 24)

TRAP, 1. one is trapped by those things to which he will not grant havingness. A game condition demands that one denies havingness. Therefore games trap. Traps are part of games. That is all they are. (PAB 94) 2 . all a trap is, is being inside something, interiorized. (5410CMlOC) 3 . theta and mest interconnected too strongly are the components of a trap. Theta is mixed up with mest, mest is mixed up with theta. (SCP, p. 21) TRAVELING RR, in listing the RR travels down the list. It comes from the goal charge. Therefore it can travel. (HCOB 18 Mar 63)

TREBLE ASSESS, (Expanded Dianetics term from tape 7203C30, Expanded Dianetics) The act of making up a list of things the pc wants handled from the pc or worksheets or health form, a s s e s s i n g it for the best reading item (assessment 1) then by laws of listing and nulling finding who or what would have that to a single BD F/N item (assessment 2) then by laws of listing and nulling finding what intention the result of a s s e s s m e n t 2 would have (assessment 3) and running the result with Dianetics. (LRH Def. Notes) TRIO, CCH 8 “Look around the room and tell me what you could have”, “Look around the room and tell me something you would permit to remain”, “Look around the room and tell me what you could dispense with”. Originally called the “Terrible Trio”. (HCOB 11 Jun 57)

TRIPLE FLOWS, 1. a being has a minimum of t h r e e f l o w s . B y “ f l o w ” is meant a directional thought, energy or action. The three flows are inward to oneself, outward to another or others, and crossways, others to others. (HCOB 5 Oct 69) 2 . the three primary flows are outflow (self to another), inflow (another to self) and cross-flow (another to another or others to others). (Scn 0-8, Gloss)

TRIPLE GRADES, 1. I had not discovered that lower grades were gone out of use and I let be published Triple Grades which seemed to condense all lower grades. The major process or major grade process is definitely not enough, to make a pc make a lower grade. (HCOB 30 Jun 70R) 2 . quickie lower grades also called “Triple Grades” means one F/N for each of three flows or three F/Ns per grade. There are not just three F/Ns per grade. There are dozens of F/Ns. (HCOB 30 Oct 71)

TRIPLES, items run triple flow. (HCOB 12 Oct 69)

TRIPPER, meaning somebody who has taken drugs. (HCOB 23 Sept 68) TRs WENT OUT, is another way of saying he ceased to be with the pc. (Class VIII, No. 14)

TRUNCATED GPM, 1. one that is cut off at the top. (SH Spec 235, 6304C04) 2 . incomplete. (HCOB 28 Sept 63) TRUTH, 1. truth is the exact consideration. Truth is the exact time, place, form and event. (PXL, p. 183) 2 . that which works. And that which works most broadly to that which it is applied. (PDC 19) 3 . by definition—is what is. (Class VIII, No. 4) T/S, Tech Services. (HCOB 5 Mar 71) TTC, Tech Training Corps. (BPL 13 Apr 75) TVD, television demonstration. (HCOB 23 Aug 65) TWC (2WC), two-way comm. (HCOB 17 Mar 74) 12,500 OHMS, the exact value for tone arm position 3 on the E-meter. Ohms is the term for the unit used in measuring electrical resistance on a line. (EMD, p. 16A)

TWENTY-TEN, that’s twenty minutes of withholds pulled, and ten minutes of havingness. (SH Spec 97, 6201C09)

TWIN, the study partner with whom one is paired. Two students studying the same subject who are paired to checkout or help each other are said to be “twinned.” (HCOB 19 Jun 71 III)

TWIN CHECKOUT, when two students are paired they check each other out. (HCOB 21 Sept 70)


TWO-WAY COMM, 1. the precise technology of a process used to clarify data with another for the other. It is not chatter. It is governed by the rules of auditing. It is used by supervisors to clear up blocks to a person’s progress in study, on post, in life or in auditing. It is governed by the communication cycle as discovered in Scn. (HCOB 19 Jun 71 III) 2 . is an inquiry of the pc as to what is going on and an invitation to him to look at it, and that is all . ( SH Spec 43, 6108C22) 3 . a t w o – w a y cycle of communication would work as follows: Joe, having originated a communication, and having completed it, may then wait for Bill to originate a communication to Joe, thus completing the remainder of the two- w a y c y c l e o f communication. T h u s w e g e t t h e n o r m a l c y c l e o f a communication between two terminals. (Dn 55!, p. 84) 4 . the cycle is Cause, Distance, Effect, with Effect then becoming Cause and communicating across a distance to the original Source, which is now Effect and this we call a two- way communication. (Dn 55!, p. 64) Abbr. 2WC or TWC.