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EARLIER SIMILAR, 1 . whenever an auditor gets a read on an item from rudiments or a prepared list it must be carried to an F/N. If you know bank structure you know it is necessary to find an earlier item if something does not release. What has been found as a read on a prepared list would F/N if it were the basic lock. So if it doesn’t F/N, then there is an earlier (or an earlier or an earlier) lock which is preventing it from F/Ning. Example: auditor asks for an earlier similar ARC Break. (HCOB 14 Mar 71R) E/B, earlier beginning. (7203C30)

ECHO INVALIDATION, pc names an item and auditor says, “That isn’t it.” This is not just bad form but a very vicious practice that leads to a games condition. The invalidation of each item makes the pc very dizzy and very desperate. (HCOB 13 Apr 64, Scn VI Tone Arm Action)

ECHO METERING, the pc says, “You missed a suppress. It’s . . .” and the auditor reconsults the meter asking for a suppress. That leaves the pc’s offering an undischarged charge. Never ask the m e t e r after a pc volunteers a button. Example: You’ve declared suppress clean, pc gives you another suppress. Take it and don’t ask suppress again. That’s echo metering. If a pc puts his own ruds in, don’t at once jump to the meter to put his ruds in. That makes all his offerings missed charge. (HCOB 13 Apr 64, Scn VI Part One Tone Arm Action) ED-1, -2, etc., Expertise Drill. (BTB 20 Jul 74) See AUDITOR EXPERTISE DRILLS EDUCATION, 1 . the conveyance of ideas, patterns and creations from one person to another for knowing retention and conscious use by the second person. (HCOB 27 Apr 71) 2 . basically, fixing data, unfixing data and changing existing data, either by making it more fixed or less fixed. (BTB 14 Sept 69 I) 3 . learning, knowing or accomplishing the knowingness of a certain subject, and would be in the direction of accomplishing certain actions professionally. One expects an educated person to be able to accomplish certain things in the subject he is educated in. He should be able to accomplish the actions and results that are taught in the subject. (Abil 190) 4 . the activity of relaying an idea or an action from one being to another, in such a way as not to stultify or inhibit the use thereof and that’s about all it is. You could add to it that it permits, then, the other fellow to think on this subject and develop. (SH Spec 33, 6408C04) 5 . the process by which the individual is given the accumulated data of a long span of culture. It can, no less validly than personal experience, solve many of his problems. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 9)

EDUCATIONAL DIANETICS, contains the body of organized knowledge necessary to train minds to their optimum efficiency and to an optimum of skill and knowledge in the various branches of the works of man. (DMSMH, p. 152)

EFFECT, 1 . receipt point and what is received at the receipt point. (PAB 30) 2 . a potential receipt of flow. (COHA, p. 258)

EFFECT GOALS, ambition to be an effect rather than a cause. (COHA, p. 200)

EFFECT SCALE, a scale which tells you how much cause the individual dare be by measuring how much effect he’s willing to suffer. At the top of the scale the individual can give or receive any effect, and at the bottom of the scale he can receive no effects but he still feels he must give a total effect. (5904C08)

EFFORT, 1 . the physical force manifestation of motion. A sharp effort against an individual produces pain. A strenuous effort produces discomfort. Effort can be recalled and re-experienced by the preclear. No preclear below 2 .5 should be called upon to use effort as such as he is incapable of handling it and will stick in it. The essential part of a painful facsimile is its effort, not its perceptions. (HFP Gloss) 2 . directed force. (Scn 0-8, p. 75) 3 . making two things coincide at one point or stop coinciding at a point or change coincidence at a point. (2ACC- 31B, 5312CM22) 4 . condensed feeling. (2ACC-21A, 5312CM11)

EFFORT-POINT, that area from which a person exerted effort, and that area into which that person received effort. (PXL, pp. 257-258)

EFFORT PROCESSING, 1 . the bank can be considered to have three layers. Effort-Emotion-Thought. Effort buries emotion. Emotion buries thought. A physical aberration or physical disability is held in place by a counter-effort. Effort processing removes the effort which uncovers the pc’s own emotion and removes the emotion which uncovers and blows the pc’s thoughts and postulates about the disability as these are the aberrative source of it. (BTB 1 Dec 71R IV) 2 . processing which lifts up for emphasis the fact that only one’s self- determinism is important, and that the efforts and the counter-efforts against it are the aberrative factor. Rediscovering times for the preclear when he gave up his self-determinism, and erasing the efforts involved in these postulates and incidents is giving back that individual’s happiness and assisting him to move again in a survival direction. (DAB, Vol. II, p. 105) 8-C, 1. control (Routine 8-Control). (HCOB 20 Aug 71 II) 2 . essentially and intimately the operation of making the physical body contact the environment. (5410CM08) 3 . name of a process. Also used to mean good control. (HCOB 23 Aug 65) 8 D , Standard Operating Procedure 8D, 1954 . Primarily for heavy cases the goal of this procedure was “to bring the preclear to tolerate any viewpoint.” (PXL, p. 205) 8 – 8 0 , see TECHNIQUE 8-80. 8 – 8 0 0 8 , see SCIENTOLOGY 8-8008 .

EIGHT, the symbol of infinity oo stood upright makes the numeral “8 .” (PAB 83) EIGHTH DYNAMIC, see DYNAMICS. 8 LEVELS OF CASES, see STATE OF CASE SCALE. 8 R B , word clearing series 8RB, the standard C/S for word clearing Method 1 in session. (HCOB 30 Jun 71R II)

EJECTOR, species of command. These are colloquially called “bouncers.” They include such things as “Get out!” “Don’t ever come back,” “I’ve got to stay away,” etc. etc., including any combination of words which literally mean ejection. (DMSMH, p. 213)

ELAN VITAL, theta, life force, life energy, divine energy, the energy peculiar to life. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 21)

ELECTRICAL, is the bridge between sensation and pain and is difficult to classify as either pain or sensation when it exists alone. (HCOB 8 Nov 62) [This definition of electrical is a specialized definition of the word in terms of how it applies in the field of perceptions. Only the technical usage of the word as it is used in Dn and Scn is defined here.]

ELECTRICITY, a flow manifestation of force. (5312CM17) ELECTRONICS, lower and cruder manifestations of the same order of actuality as thought. (Scn 8-8008 Gloss)

ELECTROPSYCHOMETER, it’s an electrical means of measuring the spirit. It’s exactly what its name says, electropsychometer. It’s called for short, E- meter. (Class VIII, No. 7) See also E-METER .

EMERGENCY AUDITOR, this person is the person called upon by the group auditor to assist a preclear in the group who has hit a sudden “grief charge” or who is consistently “boiling-off.” (GAH, p. iii) EM, E-meter. Where EM is followed directly by a number (e.g. EM 16) it refers to the E-meter drill of that number. (BTB 12 Apr 72R)

E-METER, l. the E-meter is a religious artifact used as a spiritual guide in the church confessional. It is an aid to the auditor (minister, student, pastoral counselor) in two-way communication locating areas of spiritual travail and indicating spiritual well-being in an area. (HCO PL 24 Sept 73 VII) 2 . Hubbard Electrometer. An electronic instrument for measuring mental state and change of state in individuals, as an aid to precision and speed in auditing. The E-meter is not intended or effective for the diagnosis, treatment or prevention of any disease. (Scn AD) 3 . used to verify the preclear’s gain and register when each separate auditing action is ended. (HCOB 5 Apr 69R) 4 . Electropsychometer. (HCOB 23 Aug 65) 5 . the meter tells you what the preclear’s mind is doing when the preclear is made to think of something. The meter registers before the preclear becomes conscious of the datum. It is therefore a pre-conscious meter. It passes a tiny current through the preclear’s body. This current is influenced by the mental masses, pictures, circuits and machinery. When the unclear pc thinks of something, these mental items shift and this registers on the meter. (EME, p. 8)


E-METER CHECK, see METER CHECK. EMOTION, 1. a response by a wave-length affecting an individual or another which produces a sensation and a state of mind. (SH Spec 83, 6612C06) 2. emotion is three things—engramic response to situations, endocrine metering of the body to meet situations on an analytical level and the inhibition or the furtherance of life force. (Scn 0-8, p. 66) 3 . a manifestation, a condition of beingness which is the connector between thought and effort. The tone scale is a direct index of emotion. (5203CM05B) 4 . the intention to exert effort bridges into the body by emotion. In other words, the physical-mental bridge is emotion. Emotion is motion. (5203CM04B) 5. emotion could be called the energy manifestation of affinity. As used in Dn, emotion could be called the index of the state of being. In the English language, “emotional” is often considered synonymous with “irrational.” This would seem to assume that if one is emotional one cannot be reasonable. No more unreasonable assumption could possibly be made. (SOS, p. 48) 6 . this word is redefined in Dn and is given an opposite for comparison, “misemotion.” Previously the word emotion was never satisfactorily defined. Now it is defined as an organism manifestation of position on the tone scale which is rationality appropriate to the present time environment and which truly represents the present time position on the tone scale. Rational effect. (SOS Gloss)

EMOTIONAL CHARGE, emotional charge may be contained in any engram: the emotion communicates, in the same tone level, from the personnel around the “unconscious” person into his reactive mind. Anger goes into an engram as anger, apathy as apathy, shame as shame. Whatever people have felt emotionally around”an unconscious” person should be found in the engram which resulted from the incident. (DMSMH, p. 251)

EMOTIONAL CURVE, 1 . the drop from any position above 2 .0 to a position below 2 .0 on the realization of failure or inadequacy. It is easily recovered by preclears. (AP&A, p. 24) 2 . the drop or rise from one level of emotion to another. (HFP, p. 120) EMOTIONAL SCALE, refers to the subjective feelings of the individual, in relation to his position on the tone scale. (NOTL, p. 102)

EMOTIONAL TONE SCALE, see TONE SCALE. EMOTION-POINT, that point from which a person e m o t e s , and at which he emoted. (PXL, p. 257)

EMPIRICAL FACT, one that is established by observation, not established by theory or reason. (SH Spec 61, 6110C03)

END OF CYCLE, a finite stop. (5311CM24)

END OF CYCLE PROCESSING, in end of cycle processing you merely keep mocking up a finished, completed task, a goal, and so on up to a point where you’ve obtained that goal. (5312CM21)

END PHENOMENA, those indicators in the pc and meter which show that a chain or process is ended. It shows in Dn that basic on that chain has been erased and in Scn that the pc has been released on that process being run. Any Dn auditing below power processing has four definite reactions in the pc which show the process is ended. (1) floating needle, (2) cognition, (3) very good indicators, (pc happy), (4) erasure of the final picture audited. The 0 to IV Scn end phenomena are (1) floating needle, (2) cognition, (3) very good indicators, (4) release. (HCOB 20 Feb 70) Abbr. EP.

END RUDIMENTS, rudiments to make the pc feel OK by session end. They are to clean up additional residual charge left by reason of the session and they are to put the pc in a frame of mind to end the session. (SH Spec 121, 6203C01)

END WORD, 1 . the common denominator to the whole of a GPM. (SH Spec 50, 6412C22) 2 . the final word of a goal. (HCOB 17 Aug 64)

ENERGY, 1 . e n e r g y would simply mean a potential of motion or power. It’s potential or actual motion or force. (SH Spec 84, 6612C13) 2. energy derives from imposition of space between terminals and a reduction and expansion of that space. (COHA, p. 256) 3 . there are three kinds of energy. There’s a flow, and then there’s a dispersal, and then there’s a ridge. (PDC 18) 4 . a mass of particles which is a mass of motion. (5203CM04B) 5 . postulated particles in space. (PXL, p. 150) 6. energy is subdivisible into a large motion, such as a flow, a dispersal, or a ridge, and a small motion which is itself commonly called a “particle” in nuclear physics. Agitation within agitation is the basic formation of particles of energy, such as electrons, protons and others. (Scn 8-80, p. 43)

ENFORCED AFFINITY, the demand on the individual that he experience or admit affinity when he has not felt it. People lower toned than the preclear commonly command his affinity; and when affinity is given but not felt locks are formed which are quite enturbulative should engrams underlie such an enforcement. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 72)

ENFORCED COMMUNICATION, the demand on the individual that he experience or admit communication when he has not felt it. Enforced communication is productive of all manner of aberration and physiological changes in the individual. When the individual is forced to listen to something he would not ordinarily listen to if left to his own self-determinism, his hearing to that degree is impaired. When he has been forced to touch something which he would not ordinarily touch, his tactile is thus impaired. When he has been forced to talk when his self-determinism says he should remain silent, his speech communication is impaired. (SOS, Bk. 2, pp. 72-73)

ENFORCED HAVE, making someone accept what they didn’t want. (HCOB 3 Jun 72R)

ENFORCED OVERT HAVE, forcing upon another a substance, action or thing not wanted or refused by the other. (HCO PL 12 May 72)

ENFORCED REALITY, the demand on the individual that he experience or admit reality when he has not felt it. Any time a person is made to agree by force or threat or deprivation, to another’s reality and yet does not feel that reality himself, an aberrative condition exists. (SOS, Bk. 2, pp. 72-73)

ENGRAM, 1 . a mental image picture which is a recording of a time of physical pain and unconsciousness. It must by definition have impact or injury as part of its content. (HCOB 23 Apr 69) 2 . a specialized kind of facsimile. This differs from other mental pictures because it contains, as part of its content, unconsciousness and physical pain. (Dn 55 .1, p. 12) 3 . a complete recording, down to the last accurate detail, of every perception present in a moment of partial or full unconsciousness. (Scn 0-8, p. 11) 4 . a theta facsimile of atoms and molecules in misalignment. (Scn 0-8, p. 81) 5 . a unit of force which is held in because one has chosen force itself for his randomity. (5312CM13) 6 . the word engram is an old one borrowed from biology. It means simply, “a lasting memory trace on a cell.” It may be engraved on more than the cell, but up against Dn processing, it is not very lasting. (SOS, p. 10) 7 . physical pain, enmest and entheta held at a specific point on the time track. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 25) 8 . a severe physical pain causes considerable analytical attenuation, shutting off the analyzer thoroughly for a period of time. This, technically, is an engram, although any incident, painful or not, contained in the reactive mind, and occluded by anaten can be considered an engram. (SOS, p. 80) 9 . a recording which has the sole purpose of steering the individual through supposed but usually nonexistent dangers. (SOS, p. 10) 1 0 . a severe area of plus or minus randomity of sufficient volume to cause unconsciousness. (Scn 0-8, p. 81) 1 1 . a moment when the analytical mind is shut down by physical pain, drugs or other means, and the reactive bank is open to the receipt of a recording. (DMSMH, p. 153) 1 2 . simply moments of physical pain strong enough to throw part or all the analytical machinery out of circuit; they are antagonism to the survival of the organism or pretended sympathy to the organism’s survival. That is the entire definition. Great or little unconsciousness, physical pain, perceptic content, and contra-survival or pro-survival data. (DMSMH, p. 68) 1 3 . not a sentient recording containing meanings. It is merely a series of impressions such as a needle might make on wax. These impressions are meaningless to the body until the engram keys-in, at which time aberrations and psychosomatics occur. (DMSMH, p. 131) 1 4 . a bundle of data which includes not only perceptions and speech present but also metering for emotion and state of physical being. (DMSMH, p. 245)1 5 . an apparent surcharge in the mental circuit with certain definite finite content. That charge is not reached or
examined by the analytical mind but that charge is capable of acting as an independent command. (DTOT, p. 43) ENGRAM BANK, a colloquial name for the reactive mind. It is that portion of a person’s mind which works on a stimulus response basis. (PXL Gloss)

ENGRAM CHAIN, a basic engram and a series of similar incidents. (DTOT, p. 112) See CHAIN.

ENGRAM COMMAND, any phrase contained in an engram. (DMSMH Gloss)

ENGRAMIC THOUGHT, 1 . thought that demands immediate action without examination by the analytical mind. (Scn Jour 28-G) 2 . irrational identity thought by which the mind is made to conceive identities where only vague similarities may exist. Engramic thinking can be stated by A equals A equals A equals A equals A. (DTOT, p. 64)

ENMEST, 1 . another word meaning enturbulated mest. (SOS, p. 5) 2 . below 2 .0 on the tone scale mest is considered to be confused and enturbulated and is referred to as enmest. Mest, in a life form, is an orderly array above 2 .0 on the tone scale. (SOS, p. 41) 3 . enmest could be considered mest with a somehow reversed polarity. It is fighting to get free from theta. The entrapped e n m e s t seeks to fight away from anything which even closely resembles entheta and so attacks all theta. (DAB, Vol. II, p. 136) 4 . mest which has been enturbulated by entheta or crushed too hard into theta and rendered less usable. (SOS Gloss)

ENTHETA, 1 . means enturbulated theta (thought or life); especially refers to communications, which, based on lies and confusions, are slanderous, choppy or destructive in an attempt to overwhelm or suppress a person or group. (Scn AD) 2 . theta which has been confused and chaotically mixed with the material universe and which will lie in this confusion until death or some other process disenturbulates it. Theta, below 2 .0 on the tone scale, we call entheta. (SOS, p. 41) 3 . anger, sarcasm, despair, slyly destructive suggestions. (HTLTAE, p. 88)

ENTITIES, ridges on which facsimiles are planted. Each one of those things can be a thinking entity. It thinks it’s alive. It can think it’s a being, as long as energy is fed to it. (PDC 36)

ENTRAPMENT, the opposite of freedom. A person who is not free is entrapped. He may be trapped by an idea; he may be trapped by matter; he may be trapped by energy or space or time; or he may be trapped by all of them. The more thoroughly a person is trapped, the less free he is. He cannot move, he cannot change, he cannot communicate, he cannot feel affinity and reality. Death itself could be said to be man’s ultimate in entrapment; for when a man is totally entrapped, he is dead. (Abil 254)

ENTURBULATE, cause to be turbulent or agitated and disturbed. (Scn AD) [The mechanics of enturbulation can be found in SOS Chapter One.]

ENVIRONMENT, 1 . the physical universe, security, it’s right there, it’s solid. This is the space of the room, the floor, the ceiling, the walls, the objects there, and if we happen to be looking through these things, then it’s the walls in the next room, and up through the roof, the air about the house and down through, it’s the earth underneath the house. (PXL, pp. 218-219) 2 . the surroundings of the preclear from moment to moment in particular or in general, including people, pets, mechanical objects, weather, culture, clothing or the Supreme Being. Anything he perceives or believes he perceives. The objective environment is the environment everyone agrees is there. The subjective environment is the environment the individual himself believes is there. They may not agree. (HFP Gloss)

ENVIRONMENTAL ABERRATION, the result of aberrated persons and situations in the individual’s present-time environment. This is normally temporary, but cumulative environmental entheta has a chronic effect in the case. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 103) EO, Ethics Officer. (HCO PL 7 Mar 72R) E P , end phenomena. (HCOB 20 Feb 70)

EPICENTER, the epicenters would be such parts of the body as the “funny bones” or any “judo-sensitive” spots: the sides of the neck, the inside of the wrist, the places the doctors tap to find out if there is a reflex. Those things are sub-brains picked up on the evolutionary line probably. They have a monitoring effect on the body and the individual. (PAB 2)

EPICENTER THEORY, the theory of epicenters merely states that there is an evolution of command posts and that those command posts remain structurally visible in the organism. They can be found in the organism and they still behave as lower echelon command posts, control centers in other words. ( 5110CMllB) See also EPICENTER.

EPISTEMOLOGY, a philosophical term meaning “the study of knowledge.” (Abil Ma 270)

E. PURP, (Ev Purp) evil purpose. (HCOB 28 Mar 74)

ERASE, to recount an engram until it has vanished entirely. There is a distinct difference between a reduction and an erasure. If the engram is early, if it has no material earlier which will suspend it, that engram will erase. (DMSMH, p. 287)

ERASED, the words “vanished” or “erased,” when applied to an engram which has been treated mean that the engram has disappeared from the engram bank. It cannot be found afterward except by search of the standard memory. (DMSMH, p. 207)

ERASING AUDITING, treating the session as an incident and erasing it as a lock. (SH Spec 70, 6607C21)

ERASURE, 1 . the act of erasing, rubbing out, locks, secondaries or engrams. (HCOB 23 Apr 69) 2 . apparent removal of the engram from the files of the engram bank and refiling in the standard bank as memory. (DMSMH, p. 286) 3 . erasure, in essence, is a knowingness process rather than an energy rub-out process. It teaches somebody that he can duplicate the experience and is still alive. (5312CM16) E / S , earlier similar. (HCOB 14 Mar 71R)

ESPINOL, this society belongs nominally to the Espinol United Stars. This is sun twelve and it is one little tiny pinpoint. Their whole title is “Espinol United Stars, moons, planets and asteroids this part of the Universe is ours—this quarter of the Universe is ours”—it translates better. (SH Spec 281, 6307C09) [Note on SH Spec 297, 6308C21 LRH refers to this as the Espinol Confederacy a civilization, duration of which was probably on the order of a few hundred thousand years and which engaged in implanting.]

ESTO, Establishment Officer. An ESTO is a third dynamic auditor who deaberrates a group by cleanly organizing it so it can produce. (FSO 529) ETH?, “This precleaF may be an ethics case, roller coaster or no case gain.” (HCOB 23 Aug 65)

ETHICAL CODE, an ethical code is not enforceable, is not to be enforced, but is a luxury of conduct. A person conducts himself according to an ethical code because he wants to or because he feels he is proud enough or decent enough, or civilized enough to so conduct himself. An ethical code, of course, is a code of certain restrictions indulged in to better the manner of conduct of life. (PAB 40)

ETHICAL CONDUCT, conduct out of one’s own sense of justice and honesty. When you enforce a moral code upon people you depart considerably from anything like ethics. People obey a moral code because they are afraid. People are ethical only when they are strong. (Dn 55!, p. 25)

ETHICS, 1. the term is used to denote ethics as a subject, or the use of ethics, or that section of a Scientology Church which handles ethics matters. (BTB 12 Apr 72R) 2. ethics actually consist, as we can define them now in Dn, of rationality toward the highest level of survival for the individual, the future race, the group, and mankind, and the other dynamics taken collectively. Ethics are reason. The highest e t h i c l e v e l would be long-term survival concepts with minimal destruction, along any of the dynamics. (SOS, p. 128) 3 . ethic B has to do with a code of agreement amongst people that they will conduct themselves in a fashion which will obtain to the optimum solution of their problems. (5008C30) 4 . the rules or standards governing the conduct of the members of a profession. (HCO PL 3 May 72) 5 . ethics is a personal thing. By definition, the word means “the study of the general nature of morals and the specific moral choices to be made by the individual in his relationship with others.” (AND) When one is ethical or “has his ethics in” it is by his own determination and is done by himself. (HCOB 15 Nov 72 II) 6 . that which is enforced by oneself, his belief in his own honor, and good reason, and optimum solution along the eight dynamics. (PDC 37) ETHICS BAIT, a person in continual heavy ethics or who is out ethics. (HCO PL 4 Apr 72) ETHICS CASES, SPs and PTSes. (HCOB 3 Apr 66)

EUPHORIA, gleeful happiness about something. (SH Spec 59, 6504C27)

EVALUATION, 1 . telling the pc what to think about his case. (HCOB 4 Aug 60) 2 . evaluation for a person could be defined as the action of shaking his stable data without giving him further stable data with which he can agree or in which he can believe. (PAB 93) 3 . the reactive mind’s conception of viewpoint. (COHA, p. 208) 4 . the shifting of viewpoints or the effort to do so. (PAB 8)

EVALUATION OF DATA, a datum is as understood as it can be related to other data. (SOS Gloss)

EVIL, 1 . that which inhibits or brings plus or minus randomity into the organism, which is contrary to the survival motives of the organism. (Scn 0-8, p. 92) 2 . may be classified as those things which tend to limit the dynamic thrust of the individual, his family, his group, his race, or life in general in the dynamic drive, also limited by the observation, the observer and his ability to observe. (DTOT, pp. 20-21) 3. evil is the opposite of good, and is anything which is destructive more than it is constructive along any of the various dynamics. A thing which does more destruction than construction is evil from the viewpoint of the individual, the future, group, species, life, or mest that it destroys. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 34)

EVIL PURPOSE, destructive intentions. (7203C30SO) Abbr.
Ev purp.

EVOLUTION, t h e r e a r e f o u r e v o l u t i o n a r y tracks, evidently. Organism evolution, through natural selection, accident and (evidence suggests) outright planning. Mest evolution, brought about through the agency of life organisms. Theta evolution, a postulated process of learning in theta as a whole or as entities. And present time ladder-of-support e v o l u t i o n , in which less complicated organisms support more complicated organisms. (SOS Gloss)

EXAGGERATERS, engramic commands which give the aspect of too much pain and too much emotion. (DMSMH, p. 347)

EXAMINER, that person in a Scientology Church assigned to the duties of noting pc’s statements, TA position and indicators after session, or when pc wishes to volunteer information. (HCO PL 4 Dec 71 V)

EXAM REPORT, a report made out by the Qual Examiner when the pc goes to Exams after session or goes on his own volition. It contains the meter details, pc’s indicators and the pc’s statement. (BTB 3 Nov 72R)

EXCALIBUR, 1. “Excalibur” was an unpublished book written in the very late 1930’s. Only fragments of it remain. (HCOB 17 Mar 69) 2 . an unpublished work most of which has been released in HCOBs, PLs and books. (HCO PL 26 Apr 70) It is also an advanced spiritual level to obtained in an org other than Scn.

EXCHANGE BY DYNAMICS, a person who doesn’t produce becomes mentally or physically ill. For his exchange factor is out. The remedy is rather simple. First one has to know all about exchange as covered in the product clearing policy letters. Then he has to specially clear this up with people who do not produce. Clear up the definitions of dynamics then have the person draw up a big chart and say what he gives the first dynamic and what it gives him. And so on up the dynamics. Now, have him consider “his own second dynamic.” What does his second dynamic give his first dynamic. What does his second dynamic give the second dynamic and what does it give him. And so on until you have a network of these exchange arrows, each both ways. Somewhere along the way he will have quite a cognition. That, if it’s a big one is the end phenomena of it. And don’t be surprised if you see a person now and then change his physical face shape. (HCO PL 4 Apr 72) [The above is a brief summary of the action. Full data can be found in the referenced HCO PL. l

EXCHANGED VALENCE, 1 . one has directly superimposed the identity of another on his own. Example, daughter becomes own mother to some degree. (FOT, p. 95) 2 . a direct assumption of another valence. (HCOB 14 Jul 56) E X D N, Expanded Dianetics. (BTB 20 Aug 71R II)

EXHIBITIONISTIC, displaying himself too thoroughly, being too much there at all times. (FOT, p. 29)

EXISTENCE, 1 . an existing state or fact of being; life; living; continuance of being; and occurrence; specific manifestation. (HCOB 11 May 65) 2 . apparency, reality, livingness. (FOT, p. 26) 3 . a test or perception of existence. (PDC 5)

EXOGENETIC, there are two kinds of illness: the first could be called autogenetic, which means that it originated within the organism and was self-generated, and exogenetic, which means that the origin of the illness was exterior. The Pasteur germ theory would be the theory of exogenetic—exteriorly generated —illness. (DMSMH, p. 92)

EXPANDED DIANETICS, that branch of Dn which uses Dn in special ways for specific purposes. It is not HSDC Dn. Its position on the grade chart would be just above Class IV. Its proper number is Class IVA. It uses Dn to change an Oxford Capacity Analysis (or an American Personality Analysis) and is run directly against these analysis graphs and the Science of Survival “Hubbard Chart of Human Evaluation.” Expanded Dianetics is not the same as Standard Dn as it requires special training and advanced skills. The main difference between these two branches is that Standard Dn is very general in application. Expanded Dn is very specifically adjusted to the pc. Some pcs, particularly heavy drug cases, or who have been given injurious psychiatric treatment or who are physically disabled or who are chronically ill or who have had trouble running engrams (to name a few) require a specially adapted technology. (HCOB 15 Apr 72) Abbr. Ex Dn, XDn.

EXPANDED DIANETIC SPECLALIST, a n HGDS (Hubbard Graduate Dianetic Specialist). (HCOB 15 Apr 72R) EXPANDED GITA, an extension of G i v e a n d T a k e processing. Expanded Gita remedies contra-survival abundance and scarcity. (COHA, p. 227)

EXPANDED LOWER GRADES, pcs won’t like being told they “have to have their lower grades rerun.” Actually that’s not a factual statement anyway. The lower grades harmonic into the OT levels. They can be run again with full 1950-1960 to 1970 processes as given on the SH courses all through the 1960’s. These are now regrouped and sorted out and are called Expanded Lower Grades. (HCOB 25 Jun 70 II)

EXPERIENCE, the doingness of a beingness . ( SH Spec 107, 6201C31) EXPLOSION, an outflow of energy usually violent but not necessarily so, from a more or less common source point. (Scn 8-8008, p. 49) EXT, 1. extended. (Class VIII No. 11) 2 . exterior. (HCOB 5 Apr 71)

EXTENDED HEARING, 1 . too high an alertness to sounds. This accompanies, quite ordinarily, a general fear of the environment or the people in it. (SA, p. 85) 2 . able to hear much more acutely. (DMSMH, p. 94)

EXTENSION COURSE, consists of a textbook and a series of lessons done on a glued-top table, one sheet per lesson, eight questions or exercises per lesson. The extension course should give the taker a passing knowledge of Dn and Scn terminology, phenomena and parts. (HCOB 16 Dec 58)

EXTERIOR, the fellow would just move out, away from the body and be aware of himself as independent of a body but still able to control and handle the body. (Spec Lect 7006C21)

EXTERIORILY DETERMINED, compelled to do or repressed from doing without his own rational consent. (DMSMH, p. 229)

EXTERIORIZATION, 1 . the state of the thetan, the individual himself, being outside his body. When this is done, the person achieves a certainty that he is himself and not his body. (PXL Gloss) 2 . the phenomenon of being in a position in space dependent on only one’s consideration, able to view from that space, bodies and the room, as it is. (PAB 125) 3 . the act of moving out of the body with or without full perception. (HCOB 22 Oct 71)

EXTERIORIZATION RUNDOWN, a remedy designed to permit the pc to be further audited after he has gone exterior. The Ext Rundown is not meant to be sold or passed off as a method of exteriorizing a pc. (HCOB 2 Dec 70, C/S Series No. 23, Exteriorization Summary) [NOTE: the above HCOB has since been revised to HCOB 17 Dec 71R, C/S Series 23RA, Interiorization Summary. All references to Exteriorization Rundown in the former HCOB have been changed to Interiorization Rundown in the latter HCOB. This is also known as Interiorization Rundown, Int Rundown, Int-Ext Rundown, Ext-Int Rundown.] Abbr. Ext RD or Int RD.

EXTRAORDINARY SOLUTIONS , e x t r a o r d i n a r y s o l u t i o n s are only required when the basics of auditing are violated, and that is an extraordinary solution, definition of—that activity which somebody thinks he ought to do because all the basics of auditing have been flubbed. (SH Spec 60, 6109C28)

EXTRAPOLATING, getting some more and some more and some more application of the same datum. Theoretical adding up of data. (5211C10) EXT RD, Exteriorization Rundown. (HCOB 12 Apr 71, C/S Series 35, Exteriorization Errors) [NOTE: The above HCOB has since been revised to HCOB 16 Dec 71RA, Revised 19 Sept 74, C/S Series 35RA Interiorization Errors. All references to Ext RD in the former HCOB have been changed to Int RD in the latter HCOB. ]

EXTROVERSION, 1. extroversion means nothing more than being able to look outward. An extroverted personality is one who is capable of looking around the environment. A person who is capable of looking at the world around him and seeing it quite real and quite bright is, of course, in a state of extroversion. (HCOB 23 Jan 74RA) 2 . the preclear ceasing to put his attention on his mind, but putting his attention on the environment. We see this happen often in the Opening Procedure of 8-C where the preclear has the room suddenly become bright to him. He has extroverted his attention. He has come free from one of these communication tangles out of the past and has suddenly looked at the environment. (Dn 55 .!, p. 94)

EXTROVERT, n. one whose available energy is being applied to the world and people around him rather than being applied to the past, or even to any great degree, the present. He does a lot of future planning, a lot of action. Every effort is into the future. (51 12CM29B)

F , fall. (HCOB 29 Apr 69)

F , female; the E-meter basically registers the female body at 2 .0 on the tone arm. When a preclear is Clear he may occasionally get some tone arm motion due to purely body electronics but in the main reads at male or female on the tone arm (3 or 2) according to his or her sex. (EME, pp. 8 and 11) FABRICATOR, see LIE FACTORY.

FAC, Foundation Auditor’s Course. (HCOB 29 Sept 66) FAC ONE, see FACSIMILE ONE. FACSIMILE, 1. any mental picture, that is unknowingly created and part of the time track is a facsimile, whether an engram, secondary, lock or pleasure moment. (HCOB 15 May 63) 2 . a theta recording. All physical perceptions, all effort, emotion and thought which a person experiences are recorded continuously, and these recordings are called “facsimiles.” They are not dependent upon an organism for their continued existence. Any facsimile which has been recorded is there to be recalled—when the individual has risen high enough on the tone scale, when he has regained enough of his self-determinism. (Abil 114A) 3 . an energy picture made by a thetan or the body’s machinery of the physical universe environment. It is like a photograph. It is made of mental energy. It means copy of the
physical universe. (PAB 99) 4 . the pictures contained in the reactive mind. (Dn 55 .!, p. 12) 5 . a full facsimile is a sort of three-dimensional color picture with sound and smell and all other perceptions plus the conclusions or speculations of the individual. (HFP, p. 27) 6 . a simple word meaning a picture of a thing, a copy of a thing, not the thing itself. (HFP, p. 25) 7. a facsimile is an energy picture which can be reviewed again. A facsimile contains more than fifty easily identified perceptions. It also contains emotion and thought. (Scn 8- 8008, p. 37) 8 . means the physical universe impression on thought and it means that section of thought which has a physical universe impression on it and it has a time tag on it. (5203CM03B)

FACSIMILE BANK, mental image pictures; the contents of the reactive mind; colloquially, “bank.” (PXL, p. 52)

FACSIMILE ONE, 1 . the basic on the service facsimile chain. (HCL 15, 5203CM10) 2 . it is called facsimile one because it is the first proven-up whole track incident which, when audited out of a long series of people, was found to alleviate such things as asthma, sinus troubles, chronic chills and a host of other ills. (HOM, p. 64) 3 . the one basic engram on top of which all this life engrams are mere locks. (HYLBTL? Gloss) Abbr. Fac One.

FACTORS, the Factors are the summation of the considerations and examinations of the human spirit and the material universe completed between A.D. 1923 and 1953 . (COHA, p. 183)

FACTUAL HAVINGNESS, purpose: to remedy havingness objectively. To bring about the preclear’s ability to h a v e o r n o t h a v e , his present time environment and to permit him to alter his considerations of what he has, what he would continue and what he would permit to vanish. (HCOB 3 Jul 59)

FADE-AWAY QUESTIONS, questions to which, because of the characteristics of the mind, there is no possible answer. One of these is “Give me an unknown time.” As soon as the preclear starts to answer such a question, he of course has as-ised a certain amount of unknownness and will know the time. The answer to a fade-away question is measurable, however, it could be said arbitrarily to be answered when the preclear has as-ised enough unknownness to give a known time. There are relatively few of these questions. (PAB 43)

FAILED CASE, 1. a case in which thought can always be overpowered by mest. The pc’s inability to make his thinkingness prevail against mest has failed too often and cannot change. Only mest changes, therefore. This is usually the below zero on the APA pc. (HCOB 9 Sept 57) 2 . medically ill or injured cases. (HCOB 12 Mar 69)

FAILED SESSIONS FORMULA, when you have an auditor giving a failed s e s s i o n , you ASK THE PC WHAT THE AUDITOR DID. Then you get a hold of the auditor and get it corrected. You send the pc to review. (LRH ED 18 INT)

FAILURE, 1 . at 0.0 on the tone scale, we have failure. It’s an emotion. It’s just a little bit below apathy. It’s a realization that one has failed. (5904C08) 2 . a cycle of action which one thinks he has completed which suddenly is demonstrated not to have been completed. (2ACC-31B, 5312CM22) 3 . the inability to handle that which has been started after that course of action is entered. (PDC 5)

FALL, 1 . a type of E-meter read. (HCOB 23 Aug 65) 2 . a movement of the needle to your right as you face the meter. It can take place anywhere on the dial. It can be a short movement or a long movement even necessitating adjustment of the tone arm. The movement can be either fast or slow. (BIEM, p. 41) 3 . also called a drop, a dip, and a register. It denotes that a disagreement with life on which the preclear has greater or lesser reality has met the question asked. (EME, p. 14) 4 . fall (about one to two inches). (HCOB 29 Apr 69) Abbr. F.

FALL ON HIS HEAD, Slang. this refers to the fact of a person failing in one area or another. A pc “falls on his head” when he has been improperly audited or attests to grades or actions he has not really attained and then is continued on higher actions or levels of auditing. An administrator f a l l s o n h i s h e a d by failing to handle situations and apply correct policy to an area he is responsible for thereby causing the area and himself to fail. A U.S. Western term meaning a person who has erred and fallen from grace such as a horseman who is bucked off a horse. (LRH Def. Notes)

FALSE, contrary to fact or truth; without grounds; incorrect. Without meaning or sincerity; deceiving. Not keeping faith. Treacherous. Resembling and being identified as a similar or related entity. (HCO PL 3 May 72)

FALSE CLEAR, a preclear whose circuits have been charged to the point where the auditor cannot find an engram and so assumes that he has a Clear, when he does not. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 272)

FALSE CLEAR READ, see DEAD THETAN. FALSE FOUR, the laughter and gaiety which the preclear exhibits when he has thoroughly exhausted an incident of charge. There is nothing really “false”, except that it is often of very short duration. (SOS Gloss)

FALSE MOTIVATOR, when a person commits an overt or overt of omission with no motivator, he tends to believe or pretends that he has received a motivator which does not in fact exist. This is a false motivator. (HCOB 1 Nov 68 II) FALSE OVERTS, the person has been hit hard for no reason. So they dream up reasons they were hit. (HCOB 1 Nov 68 II)

FALSE PIANOLA CASE , a case with dub-in circuitry. It is very highly supercharged control circuitry. This person will run on the track, go into this, or go into that, and can go on for years and years. Evidently has very good recall. Has visio and sonic. The only trouble is “I” isn’t even there. Sixty per cent of the material he gives you is strictly dub-in. (NOTL, p. 67)

FALSE READ, 1 . if a rud gets any comment, natter or protest or bewilderment, put in false and clean it. “Has anyone said you had a . . . when you didn’t have one?” is the answer to protested ruds. (HCOB 15 Aug 69) 2 . thinking something read which really didn’t. Protest can then give you a read. Clean up questions with “protest,” “suppress,” “invalidate” buttons where pc says there’s nothing there. (BTB 6 Jun 68R)

FALSE SOLUTIONS, the pretended knowingness that you see on the case. (SH Spec 43, 6108C22)

FALSE TA, two conditions in hands or feet can produce an incorrect TA position. The dry condition produces a false high TA. The overly wet condition produces a false low TA. The TA depends on normally moist hands. This does not mean the meter works on “sweat.” It does mean the meter works only when there is correct electrical contact. (HCOB 23 Nov 73)

FALSE TA CHECKLIST, normally done early in auditing, especially if TA high or low. Prevents unnecessary repair due to wrong cans or grip. Is usually only done once. Do not suddenly interject this action into the middle of a session nor change from cans to footplates mid session due to TA going high. (BTB 11 Aug 72RA)

FALSE III, an OT who gaily went up the grades without doing them. You don’t have to know more about it than that. (HCOB 24 May 69) FALSE VALENCE, a personality which never existed. (PAB 95)

FAST FLOW, the student attests his theory or practical class when he believes he has covered the materials and can do it. There is no examination. (LRH ED 2 INT)

FAST FLOW STUDENT, the fast flow student passes courses by an attestation at Certs and Awards that he (a) enrolled properly on the course, (b) has paid for the course (or signed a no-charge invoice for 2l/2 or 5 year contracted staff), (c) has studied and understands all the materials on the check-sheet, (d) has done the drills called for by the check-sheet, (e) can produce the result required in the course materials. Twin checkouts are suspended. Examinations are not required. (HCO PL 31 Aug 74 II)

FAT FOLDER, a lengthily audited case. (HCOB 6 Oct 70) F . C . , file clerk. (Hubbard Chart of Human Evaluation) F C , Freedom Congres6. (HCOB 29 Sept 66) F C , Founding Church of Scientology. (HCOB 23 Aug 65) FCCI, Flag Case Completion Intensive. (BTB 22 Oct 72) F . D . , Fellow of Dianetics. (Scn Jour, Iss. 31-G) FDN, Foundation. (BPL 5 Nov 72RA)

FEAR, l. a condition of alertness for counter-efforts that threaten survival. (HCL 7, 5203CM06A) 2 . a fast uncontrolled flow. (PDC 8) 3 . the emotion of fear and the dispersal of energy are one and the same thing because the dispersal of energy makes one feel like he wants to run away. (5208CM07C)


FEELING SHUT-OFF, 1 . a case which manifests no emotion or cannot feel pain when emotion and pain should be present in some incident is suffering from a “feeling” shut-off. (DMSMH, p. 319) 2 . this most likely will be found in the prenatal area. The word “feeling” means both pain and emotion: thus, the phrase “I can’t feel anything,” may be an anesthetic for both. (DMSMN, pp. 319- 320) 3. a “feeling” shut-off can deny all somatics so that the patient does not feel them. If the patient seems insensible to trouble on the track, be sure that he has a feeling shut-off. (DMSMH, p. 326)

FELLOW OF SCIENTOLOGY, this is an honorary award for signal contributions to Scn technology beyond the scope of a new process. The work must be complete and approved. Usually reserved for a Class IV or V auditor. (HCO PL 12 Aug 63, Certs and Awards ) FES, folder error summary. (BTB 3 Nov 72R) F F D , full flow Dn. (HCOB 4 Apr 71-IR) FFT, full flow table. (HCOB 4 Apr 71-IR) See DIANETIC FLOW TABLE. FIELD, l. anything interposing between pc (thetan) and something he wishes to see, whether mest or mock-up. F i e l d s are black, grey, purple, any substance, or invisible. In any field a pc was effect in an incident where he was being kept from going away. As all fields are incidents, and as a pc is the one who mocks up these incidents, all fields can be cleared by attaining knowing cause. (HCOB 1 Feb 58)

FIELD AUDITOR, 1 . anyone who is active in the field, professionally, is classified as “field auditor.” (HCOB 26 Oct 56) 2 . a field auditor professionally processes preclears up to his classification but not power processes or above. He can run study courses. (HCO PL 21 Oct 66 II)

FIFTEEN, n. a designation to denote a finished case, solely for case recording to designate a case advanced to current completion. This was a number system for preclears. A case is noted on record by the act number to which it has been advanced. (HFP Gloss)

FIFTH DYNAMIC, see DYNAMICS. FIFTH INVADER FORCE, a thetan from the fifth invader force believes himself to be a very strange insect-like creature with unthinkably horrible hands. He believes himself to be occupying such a body, but is in actuality simply a unit capable of producing space, time, energy and matter. (Scn 8-8008, p. 132)

FIFTH STAGE RELEASE, see STAGES OF RELEASE. FIGURE-FIGURE CASE, Slang. 1 . somebody who will not ever admit to having done something to anybody. The person cannot face any terminal subjectively for fear of having ruined it or for fear of ruining it. (HCOB 3 Sept 59) 2 . a person who is firmly convinced he is a body and therefore is being a body always has to have a reason for or a significance. Hence we get figure figure-figure. Given a fact there must always be a reason for the fact. (PAB 24)

FILE CLERK, 1 . Dn auditors’ slang for the mechanism of the mind which acts as a data monitor. Auditors could get instant or “flash” answers direct from the file clerk to aid in contacting incidents. (PXL, pp. 207-208) 2. the file clerk is the bank monitor. “He” monitors for both the reactive engram bank and the standard banks. When he is asked for a datum by the auditor or “I,” he will hand out a datum to the auditor via “I.” If we had a big computing machine of the most modern design, it would have a “memory bank” of punched cards or some such thing and it would have to have a selector and feeder device to thrust out the data the machine wants. The brain has one of these—it could not operate without it. This is the bank monitor—the file clerk. (DMSMH, p. 198) 3 . a response mechanism which is instantaneous. One could postulate that the file clerk is a group of attention units with ready access to the reactive mind and to the standard memory banks, and which in common mental operation forwards data through to “I” as memory. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 162)

FIRE, 1 . v. rocket read. (HCOB 30 Mar 63) 2 . the auditor must be very sure of his rocket read. The correct RI will fire once when the pc says it. (HCOB 13 May 63)

FIREFIGHT, the action of a quarrel between an auditor and a pc is called a firefight. (HCOB 21 Apr 71RB)

FIRST DYNAMIC, see DYNAMICS. FIRST GOAL CLEAR, one GPM run gives a first goal clear. (HCOB 9 Jul 63) FIRST GPM, 1. the latest GPM on the track. (SH Spec 251, 6303C21) 2 . meaning the first one contacted by the auditor, always, not the earliest one on the track. (HCOB 30 Mar 63)

FIRST OVERT, would be the first overt on a chain of overts. (SH Spec 84, 6612C13)

FIRST PHENOMENON, when a student misses understanding a word, the section right after that word is a blank in his memory. You can always trace back to the word just before the blank, get it understood and find miraculously that the former blank area is not now blank in the bulletin. The above is pure magic. (HCO PL 24 Sept 64)

FIRST POSTULATE, not know. (PAB 66)

FIRST (lST) STAGE RELEASED OT, if a being is a 1st, 2nd, or 3rd stage release and has also become exterior to his body in the process, we simply add “OT” to the state of release. This is all that is meant when a person is called a First Stage Released OT. The person has not only come out of his bank but also out of his body. (HCOB 12 Jul 65) See also STAGES OF RELEASE.

FIRST VALENCE, the preclear’s “own valence,” which is his own concept of himself. (PAB 95) FISH AND FUMBLE, cleaning a dirty needle. (HCOB 14 Jun 62) FISHING A COGNITION, this is general ARC, answering the preclear’s origin process. When the preclear experiences a somatic, when he sighs, when he gives a reaction to a tone 40 process, the auditor repeats the process two or three more times (random number) and then pausing the process asks the preclear, “How are you doing now?” or “What is going on?” and finds out what happened to the preclear just as though the auditor has not noticed that the preclear had a reaction. The auditor does not point out the reaction but merely wants a discussion in general. During this discussion he brings the preclear up to at least a cognition that the preclear has had a somatic or a reaction and then merely continues the process without further bridge. This is done randomly. It is not always done every time the preclear experiences a reaction. (HCOB 11 Jun 57 Reissued 12 May 72) 5 0 0 0 OHMS, the exact value for tone arm position 2 on the E-meter. Ohms is the term used for the unit used in measuring electrical resistance on a line. (EMD, p. 16A)

FIXED ATTENTION UNITS, attention units which are caught somewhere down the time track in one incident or another in the form of entheta. (HCOB 11 May 65)

FIXED IDEA, is something accepted without personal inspection or agreement. (HCO PL 19 May 70)

FIXED THETA, entheta. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 10) FLAG, the Church of Scn of California operates a marine mission aboard a chartered vessel. This marine mission is commonly referred to as Flag. It is operated under the aegis (protection, support) of the Church of Scientology of California (BPL 9 Mar 74)

FLASH ANSWER, 1 . the first flash response, the first impression a person receives in answer to a question. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 51) 2 . instantaneous reply, the first thing that flashes into the preclear’s mind at the snap of the auditor’s fingers. (SOS, p. 104) FLAT, meaning that the incident when “flat” has been discharged of all bad consequences to the preclear. (HYLBTL? Gloss)

FLAT BALL BEARING, Slang. 1 . a defective product; a nonoperational person or thing. (PRD Gloss) 2 . cases that don’t roll on the assembly line of the HGC. Qual is wholly in the flat ball bearing business. The HGC and Academy are wholly in the assembly line business, dealing in fairly round ball bearings. (HCOB 6 Aug 65)

FLAT BY TA, the test of “flat” is the TA moving only one-quarter to one-eighth of a division up or down in twenty minutes of auditing; not cumulative movement such as “the TA moves 1/16th twice so that’s 1/8th of a division—” This is wrong. If it moves from 2 .25 to 2 .50 to 2 .25 two or three times in twenty minutes, this is called flat and has moved only one-quarter of a TA division. This is right. (HCOB 23 May 61)

FLAT COMM LAG, 1 . the point at which the auditing question or command is no longer producing change of communication lag. (PXL, p. 45) 2 . a c o m m l a g i s f l a t when it is consistent. A person may have an habitual lag of ten seconds. He may say everything after a ten-second pause. (Abil SW)

FLAT METER, a cadmium cell meter discharges very suddenly when it does go flat. In mid session the meter can run out of battery. If the needle doesn’t snap to the right hard or if it doesn’t quite get there on test, then that meter will go flat in mid session and give false TA and no reads or TA on hot subjects. (HCOB 24 Oct 71)

FLAT POINT (CCHs), three cycles with no change in comm lag, no physically observed change, and the pc doing it. (BTB 12 Sept 63R)

FLAT PROCESS, 1. a process is continued as long as it produces change and no longer, at which time the process is flat. (PXL p. 45) 2. a process is flat when 1) there is the same lag from the moment the command is given until the time the preclear answers the command at least three times in a row, 2) a cognition occurs, 3) the tone arm action is flat, 4) a major cognition occurs, 5) an ability regained. (SH Spec 290, 6307C25) 3 . a question is flat when the communication lag has been similar for three successive questions. Now, that’s a flat question. The comm lag might be five seconds, five seconds, and five seconds. We would still say with some justice that the question lag was flat. However, the process lag would not be flat until the actual normal exchange lag was present. The question would no longer influence the communication factors of the preclear when the process was flat. (Abil SW)


FLATTEN A PROCESS, 1 . to continue a process as long as it produces change and no longer. (Scn AD) 2. nattening something means to do it until it no longer produces a reaction. (HCOB 2 Jun 71 I) See also END PHENOMENA.

FLIP-FLOPPING, a process by which the preclear’s excess motion was taken off. We would say, “Mock up a man and make him nip-nop,” and then make him insist that the body nip-nop even further and even more wildly until he himself knew that he was making the body flip-flop. We would do this with a woman’s body and would eventually take the motion off the case that was inhibiting the preclear from controlling the body. This is actually a motion ectomy. (SCP, p. 15)

FLOATER, an engram which has not been restimulated in the individual during the lifetime succeeding it. A floater has not accumulated locks since it has not been restimulated. (DTOT, p. 45)

FLOATING NEEDLE, 1 . the idle uninfluenced movement of the needle on the dial without any patterns or reactions in it. It can be as small as one inch or as large as dial wide. It does not fall or drop to the right of the dial. It moves to the left at the same speed as it moves to the right. It is observed on a Mark V E-meter calibrated with the TA between 2 .0 and 3 .0 with GIs in on the pc. It can occur after a cognition, blowdown of the TA or just moves into floating. The pc may or may not voice the cognition. (HCOB 7 May 69 V) 2 . floating needles, free needles are the same thing. Once you’ve seen one you’ll never make a mistake
on one again. For it floats. It ceases to register on the pc’s bank. It just idly floats about or won’t stand up even at low sensitivity. The TA goes to any place between 2 and 3 and the needle floats. (HCOB 2 Aug 65) Abbr. F/N.

FLOATING TA, the pc is so released the needle can’t be gotten onto the dial. The needle is swinging wider than the meter dial both ways from center and appears to lay first on one side and then the other. The TA can’t be moved fast enough to keep the extreme floating needle on the dial. (HCOB 24 Oct 71)

FLOW, 1 . an impulse or direction of energy particles or thought or masses between terminals. (HCOB 3 Feb 69) 2 . the progress of particles or impulses or waves from point A to point B. Flow has the connotation of being somewhat directional. (SH Spec 84, 6612C13) 3 . a progress of energy between two points. The points may have masses. The points are fixed and the fixedness of the points and their opposition produce the phenomena of f l o w s . (HCOB 1 Feb 62) 4 . a change of position of particles in space. (PDC 30) 5 . any line of flow, whether contracting or lengthening, is called a f l o w . A common manifestation is seen in an electric light wire. (Scn 8-80, p. 43) F-l, flow one, something happening to self. (HCOB 4 Apr 71-lR) F – 2 , flow two, doing something to another. (HCOB 4 Apr 71-lR) F – 3 , now three, others doing things to others. (HCOB 4 Apr 71-lR) F – 0 , flow zero, self doing something to self. (HCOB 4 Apr 71-lR) FLUB, Slang. n. 1 . an error. (HCOB 21 Aug 70)—v. 2 . to blunder or make a mess of. (BTB 3 Jul 73 I)

FLUBBED COMMANDS, commands used incorrectly. (HCOB 9 Aug 69) FLUB CATCH, 1. to notice, intercept and handle after the fact of the motion or action, a blunder or mistake being made. (BTB 3 Jul 73 I) 2 . flub=to blunder or make a mess of. Catch=to intercept the motion or action of. It is a term coined and used to cover that exact action. Flub catch=to notice, intercept and handle after the fact of the motion or action, a blunder or mistake being made. (BTB 3 Jul 73 I) FLUB CATCH SYSTEM, 1. on Flag, an FES is carefully done so as to detect areas of out tech in the world. This is called the “Flub Catch System.” Auditors and C/Ses so detected are sent to cramming in their areas to smooth out their tech, knowledge, or TRs, all to improve delivery of tech. (HCOB 6 Oct 70) 2 . flub catch means that system which detects, orders and gets corrected out tech. In other words, it catches the flub. (FO 2442R) F LU N K, v. l. to make a mistake. Fail to apply the materials learned. Opposite of pass. (HCOB 19 Jun 7i III) —n. 1 . in the grading of sessions, a flunk is given when (1) the F/N did not get to examiner and didn’t occur at session end, (2) major errors or flubs occurred like no EP, multiple somatic, unflown ruds, etc. (3) the C/S was not followed or completed, (4) Auditors’ Rights listed errors occurred, (5) no F/N and BIs at examiner. (HCOB 21 Aug 70) 2 . in TRs, if the student falters, comm lags, fumbles a command or fails to get an execution on coach, coach says “flunk” and they start at beginning of command cycle in which error occurred. (HCOB 11 June 57)

FLYING NEEDLE, l . an F/N that is a real F/N and so forth, takes off, it flies. You can see it disconnect from the bank and start to function. So it’s just a colloquialism; ny a needle, float a needle, F/N, that’s all. (Class VIII No. 2) 2 . an earlier definition—a constant rise, constant rapid rise. (SH Spec 181, 6208C07)

F / N , floating needle or free needle. (HCOB 2 Aug 65)

F/NING AUDITOR, an auditor who is auditing well could be said to be F/Ning the whole time. (HCOB 5 Oct 71) F / N I N G L I S T , meaning the whole list (all items and any added ones) F/N throughout the assessment of the full list with no reads or slows in the F/N as all the items are called. (BTB 27 Jul 71 II) F / N I N G S T U D E N T S , l . s t u d e n t s who study well are said to be F/Ning students. (HCOB 5 Oct 71) 2 . one who is tearing along successfully in his studies. (BTB 7 Feb 72RA II)

FOLDER, l. a folded sheet of cardboard which encloses all the session reports and other items. The folder is foolscap size, light card, usually blue or green in color. (BTB 3 Nov 72R) 2 . a compilation of data—the records kept by an auditor. (Abil 218)

FOLDER ERROR SUMMARY, a summary of auditing errors in a folder and on a pc’s case not corrected at the time the summary is done. (BTB 3 Nov 72R) Abbr. FES.

FOLDER SUMMARY, the folder summary is kept up every session by the auditor and is stapled to the left inside front cover of the folder as a running summary for C/S use. The folder summary is made up of all actions in consecutive date order and showing what was run plus the result at end of process, session time, admin time and exam result—F/N, VGIs or BER. (BTB 5 Nov 72R III) Abbr. F/S.

FOOTPLATES, metal footplates connected to the meter and the pc barefooted in session to handle false TA. (HCOB 24 Oct 71)

FORCE, l. random effort. (Scn 0-8, p. 75) 2 . energy with some direction. (PDC 56) 3 . force of course is made up of time, matter, energy, flows, particles, masses, solids, liquids, gasses, space and locations. (HCOB 16 Jun 70)

FORCE FIELD, actually nothing more or less than wave emanation like you get out of the headlight of a car. You change the wave-length of the headlight of a car and speed it up enough and hit somebody with it, it’ll knock him down. That’s an electronic field. That’s a force screen. (5206CM28A)

FORCE SCREEN, see FORCE FIELD. (5206CM28A) FORGET, l . f o r g e t is a harmonic of not know. (SH Spec 14, 6106C14) 2 . an occlusion of observation. (SH Spec 58, 6109C26)

FORGETFULNESS, l. rapidity of change of state, unpredicted. (HCOB 17 Mar 60) 2 . an individual starts to forget when he’s lost too much. He just dramatizes loss, too bad to remember. (HCAP-8, 5411C29)

FORGETTER, l . a f o r g e t t e r mechanism is “Put it out of my mind,” “If I remembered it I would go mad,” “Can’t remember,” and just plain “I don’t know,” as well as the master of the family of phrases, “Forget it!” All bar information from the analyzer. A whole case, freshly opened, may keep answering everything with one of these deniers. A forgetter, used by an ally, all by itself and with practically no pain or emotion present will submerge data which, in recall, would not be aberrative but which, so buried—by a forgetter—makes things said just before it aberrative and literal. (DMSMH, p. 270) 2 . any engram command which makes the individual believe he can’t remember. (NOTL Gloss)

FORGETTING, the process of not knowing the past. (FOT, p. 85)

FORMAL AUDITING, l. control by ARC.

ARC formal auditing is not chatty or yap-yap, but it is itself. It has warmth, humanity, understanding and interest in it. (HCOB 2 Apr 58) 2 . auditing done by use of model session and exact TRs. (LRH Def. Notes)

FORMULA, a method of getting a case started. The numbers are in order of development, not case level. (HCOB 1 Dec 60)

FORMULA H, the effort to reach and withdraw, to grasp, and let go of oneself, of others for themselves, of oneself, for others and others for oneself and others for others: For force, perception and admiration when run resolve the tenacity of engrams. Formula H is called Formula H because the H stands for hope. (PAB 9)

FORMULA 19, F19 (a process name). (BTB 20 Aug 71 II)

FOUNDING SCIENTOLOGIST, if you were with Scn before 1964 you were an old-timer, a Founding Scientologist. (HCO PL 5 Feb 64) 4 0 (as in GF+40), the addition no. 40 items are the original seven resistive cases. (HCOB 10 Jun 71 I) 4 . 0 , a 4 .0 on the tone scale is, by definition, one who has had all entheta in his current life converted to theta. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 120)

FOUR FLOWS, see QUAD FLOWS. IV RUNDOWN, originally developed to catch cases that had somehow gotten up to OT III and were falling on their heads. It is a collection of actions. [See the referenced HCOB for full explanation and use of this rundown.] (HCOB 30 Jun 70R)

FOURTH DYNAMIC, see DYNAMICS. FOURTH DYNAMIC ENGRAM, l. the basic aberration of the planet. (LRH Def. Notes) 2 . the humanitarian objective is to make a safe environment in which the fourth dynamic engram can be audited out. By engram we mean the mental block that prevents peace and tolerance. By fourth dynamic we mean that impulse to survive as mankind instead of just individuals. (Ron’s Jour 68) FOURTH FLOW, flow 0. (HCOB 7 Mar 71)

FOURTH POSTULATE, remember. (PAB 66) FOURTH STAGE RELEASE, to obtain Fourth Stage Release one has to take the lock end words off the R6 bank. (HCOB 5 Aug 65)

FOUR UNIVERSES, the four are: thetan or spirit, mind or brain, body or male body or female body, and physical universe or earth or continent or town or house or dwelling. (HCOB 29 Sept 59)

FRAGILE TA, l. TA susceptible to being stuck high or stuck low or stuck dead thetan. (SH Spec 302A, 6309C03) 2 . just one wrong date or duration in R3R or just one wrong RI in R3N and tone arm action ceases, the TA going way up or down and staying there. (HCOB 28 Jul 63)

FRANCHISE, now termed mission; a group granted the privilege of delivering elementary Scn and Dn services. Does not have church status or rights. (B’rB 12 Apr 72R)

FRANCHISE HOLDER, a professional auditor with a classification to Level III or over who practices Scientology full or part time for remuneration, who conducts processing and training privately or to groups, whose understanding and experience of Dn and Scn is sufficiently broad for him to be publicized to others as a stable terminal, who has signed a franchise agreement, who receives bulletins, policy letters, advice, advertising, technical information, services and administrative data and who in return for same maintains regularly a weekly report and a weekly tithe to the church. (HCO PL 2 Jan 65)

FREEDOM, l. ability to create and position energy or matter in time and space. (Scn 8-8008 Gloss) 2 . the absence of barriers. (Dn 55!, p. 55) 3 . Iots of space, and ability to use it. (PDC 35) 4 . the component parts of freedom, as we first gaze upon it, are then: affinity, reality, and communicaton, which summate into understanding. Once understanding is attained freedom is obtained. (Abil Mag 258)

FREEDOM RELEASE, expanded Grade III release. (CG&AC) See GRADE IV RELEASE.


FREE NEEDLE-ITIS, Slang. the auditor who is so unsure of what a floating needle is and whose TRs and basics are out, calls floating needles all over the place on the pc, when the needle is in fact not floating is said to have free needle-itis. It means, properly, an inflammatory disease. It is used to indicate “obsession with” or a mental obsession. In this case, it would mean an auditor who is obsessed with calling free needles (floating needles) on the E-meter when they don’t exist. (LRH Def. Notes)

FREE THETA, attention units free enough to be directed of your own volition. (Scn Jour 18-G)

FREE THETAN, was somebody who was f r e e of a body. He wasn’t f r e e of organizational commitments or ethics but he was f r e e of a body, he didn’t require any body. (SH Spec 268, 6305C23)

FREE TRACK, that part of the time track that is free of pain and misadventure is simply called the free track, in that the pc doesn’t freeze up on it. (HCOB 15 May 63)

FREEZE, stand completely still. (LRH Def. Notes)

FREEZES, in CCHs freezes may be introduced at end of cycle, this being after the “Thank you” and before the next command, maintaining a solid comm line, to ascertain information from the coach or to bridge from the process. (HCOB 5 Jul 63) F / S , folder summary. (BTB 23 Sept 71) F . S C N , F e l l o w o f S c i e n t o l o g y . F . S c n is not an auditing degree. It is an honorary award extended by the HASI for spectacular contribution to the science itself. The F. Sen award carries with it the specific addition to the science for which the rating was awarded. An F. Sen is not necessarily a skilled or degreed auditor. (Scn Jour, Iss 31-G)

FULL FLOW DIANETICS, all former Dianetic items ever run are listed and what flows have been run on them and to what end phenomena. Such a list is then handled from the earliest forward by A) completing the bogged f l o w and B) completing the missing flow if it reads. (HCOB 7 Mar 71)

FULL RESPONSIBILITY, the willingness to mock or unmock barriers at will. (2ACC-4B, 5311CM18) FUTURE, on the time track, that area later than present time. Perception of the future is postulated as a possibility. The creation of future realities through imagination is a recognized function. (SOS Gloss) GAEs, gross auditing errors. (HCOB 21 Sept 65)


GALACTIC CONFEDERACY, the former political unit of which the solar system was a part. (LRH Def. Notes) GAME, 1 . any state of beingness wherein exist awareness, problems, havingness and freedom (separateness) each in some degree. (PAB 73) 2 . a contest of person against person, or team against team. (PAB 84) 3. all games are continuing by definition, since an unstarted game isn’t a game and a finished game isn’t a game. (PAB 101) 4 . a g a m e consists of freedoms, barriers, and purposes. (POW, p. 60)

GAME CONDITIONS, game conditions are: attention, identity, effect on opponents, no-effect on self, can’t have on opponents and goals and their areas, have on tools of play, own goals and field, purpose, problems of play, self- determinism, opponents, the possibility of loss, the possibility of winning, communication, non-arrival. (FOT, pp. 93-94)

GAMES CONDITION, 1 . when you say game e s c condition ion you mean that somebody’s power of choice has been subjugated against his will into a fixated activity from which he must not take his attention. (SH Spec 32, 6107C20) 2 . the word games condition is a derogatory actually. There is a technical thing goes along. When you say games condition you mean a package, and the package has to do with this: It means a fixated attention, an inability to escape coupled with an inability to attack, to the exclusion of other g a m e s . There is nothing wrong with having games. There is a lot wrong with being in a games condition because it is unknown, it is an aberrated activity, it is reactive, and one is performing it way outside of his power of choice and without his consent or will. (SH Spec 32, 6107C20) 3 . have for self and can’t have for others; now that is a true games condition. (SH Spec 32, 6107C20) Abbr. G.C.

GAMES CONDITION PROCESS, when you say games condition process you mean that it is an interchangeable negative bracket. In other words, it’s interchanged between Person A and Person B, or Person B and Person C, and Person C and Person D. It is basically a denial of interchange. (SH Spec 32, 6107C20)

GARBAGE, Slang. 1 . the term garbage isn’t used much more but it meant dub-in. (5009CM23B) 2. garbage was technically called delusion in the philosophic work of Dn but the term is too harsh and critical, for who has not some misconception of a past incident? (DMSMH, p. 191) G.C., games condition. (HCOB 20 Aug 56) G E , genetic entity. (PDC 43) GENERALITY, 1 . a general or nonspecific statement which is applicable to all and used in Scn to connotate a statement made in an effort to either hide cause or to overwhelm another person with the all-inclusive. (HCOB 11 May 65) 2 . any unspecifity or unspecific statement or indication tends toward a generality. It is the substitute of a plural for a singular. (SH Spec 84, 6612C13) 3 . multiple subject, not specific, such as “dogs” or “the public.” (BCR, p. A-4)

GENERAL O/W (OVERT-WITHHOLD), “What have you done?” “What have you withheld?” (HCOB 3 Jul 62) GENERAL TRs, are for use in regular auditing. They are natural, relaxed, while fully controlling the session and the pc. (BTB 13 Mar 75) GENETIC, by line of protoplasm and by facsimiles and by mest forms the individual has arrived in the present age from a past beginning. Genetic applies to the protoplasm line of father and mother to child, grown child to new child and so forth. (HFP Gloss)


GENETIC BLUEPRINT, 1. the facsimiles of the evolutionary line. (HFP, p. 28) 2 . the plans of construction of a new body in the orthodox manner of conception, birth, and growth. (HFP, p. 76)

GENETIC ENTITY, 1. that beingness not dissimilar to the thetan which has carried forward and developed the body from its earliest moments along the evolutionary line on earth and which, through experience, necessity and natural selection, has employed the counter-efforts of the environment to fashion an organism of the type best fitted for survival, limited only by the abilities of the genetic entity. The goal of the genetic entity is survival on a much grosser plane of materiality. (Scn 8-8008, p. 8) 2 . formerly referred to as the somatic mind. It has no real personality, it is not the “I” of the body. This is the “mind” of an animal, a dog or a cat or a cow. (HOM, pp. 13-14) 3. that entity which is carrying along through time, that is making the body through the time stream, through the action of sex and so forth. (5410ClOD) Abbr. GE.

GENETIC INSANITY, genetic insanity is limited to the case of actually missing parts. A very small percentage of insanity falls into such a category and its manifestation is mental dullness or failure to coordinate and beyond these has no aberrative quality whatever. (DMSMH, p. 134)

GENETIC LINE, 1. the genetic line consists of the total of incidents which have occurred during the evolution of the mest body itself. The composite of these facsimiles has the semblance of a being. This being would be called the genetic entity or the GE. The GE is not an actual individual but a composite, of individualizes assumed in the single lives along the evolutionary track. (HOM, p. 23) 2 . protoplasm line. Its cycle is preconception, conception, birth, procreation, preconception and so on. That unending string of protoplasm goes through earth time. (HCL 15, 5203CMlOA) 3 . a series of mocked up automaticities which produce according to a certain blueprint from the earliest times of life on this planet through until now. (PAB 130)

GENETIC PERSONALITY, personal characteristics and tendencies derived from the three inheritance sources (mest, organic line, theta). This might be said to be basic personality, or the core of basic personality. (SOS Gloss) GEN NON-REMIMEO, [designation on HCO Policy Letters and HCO Bulletins indicates dissemination and restriction as follows:] All Saint Hill Staff, eight duplicated copies only are sent to each organization. (HCO PL 25 Jan 66)

GEOGRAPHICAL ANTIPATHIES, pain and unconsciousness have taken place at some point on the globe, some city, some ocean, some altitude, some depth. Afterward, he avoids such a point. (PAB 9) G F , green form. (HCOB 6 Mar 71 I) GF40RB, expanded green form forty revised. See GF40XRR. GF40XRR, (green form forty expanded, revised, revised), a correction list used to handle resistive cases (TA in normal range but not responding well to auditing). Assess M3 with all reading items taken to F/N per instructions, then handled in depth with L&N and R3R processes. Normally done only once if done properly. EP is all reading items handled, pc no longer resistive and making good progress in auditing. Note that a pc can be made to appear resistive by poor basic auditing and failure to use the right correction list when needed. (BTB 11 Aug 7 2 R ) 2 . this correction list was further revised in December 1974 and renumbered as Expanded GF40RB (HCOB 30 Jun 71R) G F MS, goals finder model session. (HCO PL 8 Dec 62) GIs, good indicators. (HCOB 9 May 69 II)

GITA, give and take processing. Expanded Gita was developed from phenomena discovered after I developed creative processing. It was originally
plain GIve and TAke processing, hence the Gita. (PAB 16)

GLEE, a kind of insanity. Glee is a special kind of embarrassed giggling. You’ll know it when you see it. When you see glee on some fellow on a post, realize it’s because he doesn’t understand what he’s doing. He’s ignorant about something and above that is confusion and above the confusion is glee. (HCOB 20 Sept 68) GLEE OF INSANITY, 1. a specialized case of irresponsibility. A thetan who cannot be killed and yet can be punished has only one answer to those punishing him and that is to demonstrate to them that he is no longer capable of force or action and is no longer responsible. He therefore states that he is insane and demonstrates that he cannot possibly harm them as he lacks any further rationality. This is the root and basis of insanity. (Scn 8-8008, p. 55) 2 . also called the “glee of irresponsibility.” Manifestation which takes the form of an actual wave emanation resulting basically from the individual dramatizing the condition of “must reach—can’t reach, must withdraw—can’t withdraw.” (PXL Gloss)

GLIBIDITY, Slang. a condition in which a person gives very g l i b answers. (SH Spec 41, 6409C29)

GLIB STUDENT, one who can confront the words and ideas. He cannot confront the physical universe or people around him and so cannot apply. He does not see mest or people. The reason for this is that he is below nonexistence on one or more dynamics and so cannot align with the others. (HCOB 26 Apr 72)

GLUM AREA, that area which when the pc is supposedly “itsaing” about it, makes him g l u m and the TA rise, indicating that a service facsimile is doing the confronting on that area and not the pc. (HCOB 16 Oct 63) GMTH, CCH-l is known as “Give me that hand.” (PAB 133)

GOAL, 1 . the prime postulate. It is the prime intention. It is a basic purpose for any cycle of lives the pc has lived. (SH Spec 160, 6206C12) 2 . a solution to the problems which have been given the person usually by terminals. (SH Spec 5, 6106C01) 3 . the signficance which surrounds the terminal. (SH Spec 5, 6106C01) 4 . a whole track long-term matter. (HCO PL 6 Dec 70)

GOAL OF DIANETICS, a world without insanity, without criminals and without war—this is the goal of Dn. (SOS, p. v)

GOAL OF LIFE, the goal of life can be considered to be infinite survival. Man, as a life form, can be demonstrated to obey in all his actions and purposes the one command: “ SURVIVE!” (DMSMH, p. 19)

GOAL OF PROCESSING, to bring an individual into such thorough communication with the physical universe that he can regain the power and ability of his own postulates. (COHA, p. xi)

GOAL SERIES, the actual goals in their sequence and pattern that repeats over and over forward through time. (HCOB 13 Apr 64, Scn VI Part One Glossary of Terms)

GOALS FINDER, 1 . a person in an organization who has no other post or activity of any kind. He is simply Goals Finder and keeps more or less regular auditing hours. The Goals Finder finds goals of staff members when they are ready. (HCO PL 10 Sept 62) 2 . the title Goals Finder is changed herewith to “A Clearing Consultant.” (HCO PL 11 Apr 63) [The above are quoted from HCO PLs of the referenced date, however, the post of Goals Finder does not exist as such in today’s Church of Scientology.]

GOALS FINDER MODEL SESSION, where the pc has been well prepchecked and is well under auditor control, a goal finder in an R-3GA session may omit rudiments in model session, using only goals for session, and havingness, goals and gains at end and general O/W mid ruds and random ruds where needed in the s e s s i o n . (HCOB 15 Oct 62)

GOALS LIST, a full l i s t o f g o a l s including childhood g o a l s , withheld goals, antisocial goals, and (by meter reaction on question) “Any goal you have not told me about.” Auditor gets every possible g o a l until the meter is null on the question of goals the pc might have. (HCOB 6 Apr 61) GOALS PLOT, the pattern of the pc’s actual goals. (HCOB 13 Apr 64, Scn VI Part One Glossary of Terms)

GOALS PROBLEM MASS, 1 . the goal has been balked for eons by opposing forces. The goal pointed one way, the opposing forces point exactly opposite and against it. If you took two fire hoses and pointed them at each other, their streams would not reach each other’s nozzles, but would splatter against one another in midair. If this splatter were to hang there, it would be a ball of messed up water. Call hose A the force the pc has used to execute his g o a l . Call hose B the force other dynamics have used to oppose that g o a l . Where these two forces have perpetually met, a mental mass is created. This is the picture of any problem—force opposing force with resultant m a s s . Where the pc’s goal meets constant opposition, you have in the reactive mind the resultant mass caused by the two forces— Goal=force of getting it done, Opposition=force opposing it getting done. This is the goal problem mass. (HCOB 20 Nov 61) 2 . is fundamentally founded on a g o a l . They’re a conglomeration of identities which are counter-opposed, and these identities are hung up on the postulate- counter-postulate of a problem. (SH Spec 243, 6302C26) 3 . constituted of items, beingnesses, that the person has been and has fought. (SH Spec 137, 6204C24) 4 . the problem created by two or more opposing ideas which being opposed, balanced, and unresolved, make a m a s s . It’s a mental energy mass. (SH Spec 83, 6612C06) 5 . items (valences) in opposition to one another. Any pair of these items, in opposition to each other, constitute a specific problem. (HCOB 23 Nov 62)

GOALS TERMINAL, something that epitomizes both the g o a l and the resistive modifier. (SH Spec 76, 6111C07)

GOES THROUGH 7, around the whole TA dial and back up. (HCOB 20 Aug 63) GO IN, to go in; the act of the verb interiorizing. (HCOB 4 Jan 71 II)

GOING UP THE POLE, Slang. that’s when somebody doesn’t even begin to handle energy, but he just suddenly somehow or other latches onto about 40.0 and goes out the top and still holds onto the mest body on the bottom and he’s done the incredible thing of making a circle out of all this. He’s joined 0.0 up against 40.0 and to listen to the guy and to talk to the guy you couldn’t really tell whether he’s ecstatically alive or fatally dead. (PDC 27)

GOOD AUDITOR, one who knows Scn and its techniques and who audits with all basics in. (Aud 1 UK)

GOOD AUTOMATICITY, that which raised the self-determinism of others and let them more and more on a rising scale, think, act and provide for themselves. (PDC 21)

GOOD CASE CONDITION, attained the level of c a s e for which the church is classified and now in training during staff study time for admin or tech certification. (HCO PL 21 Oct 73R)

GOOD CONDUCT, to do only those things which others can experience. (HCOB 1 Mar 59)

GOOD/EVIL, for the purpose of Dn and Scn g o o d a n d e v i l must be defined. Those things which may be classified as g o o d by an individual are only those things which aid himself, his family, his group, his race, mankind or life in its dynamic obedience to the command, modified by the observations of the individual, his family, his group, his race, or life. As e v i l , may be classified those things which tend to limit the dynamic thrust of the individual, his family, his group, his race, or life in general in the dynamic drive, also limited by the observation, the observer and his ability to observe. Good may be defined as constructive. Evil may be defined as destructive—definitions modified by viewpoint. (DTOT, p. 21)

GOOD INDICATORS, 1 . what you are treating is getting better, by which we mean, less present; betterness to us is less present, his bad ankle is getting better. We mean the badness of the ankle is less present so that’s a good indicator. How much less present, is the degree of the goodness of the indicator. (SH Spec 3, 6401C09) 2 . those indicators of a person (or group) indicating that the person is doing well, e.g. fast progress, high production statistics, person happy, winning, cogniting, are said to be good indicators. (BTB 12 Apr 72R) Abbr. GIs.

GOOD PHYSICAL CONDITION, not suffering from physical illness, not PTS, not currently physically damaged by accident. (HCO PL 21 Oct 73R)

GOVERNOR, mentioned in a lecture in the autumn of 1951 . The speed of a preclear is the speed of his production of energy. The most important step in establishing a preclear’s self-determinism, the goal of the auditor, is the rehabilitation of the preclear’s ability to produce energy. (Scn 8-80, p. 33) G PLUS M, goal plus modifier. (SH Spec 90, 6112C07) GPM, goals problem mass. (HCOB 23 Aug 65)

GRAD, Graduate. (BPL 5 Nov 72RA) GRADATION, it means there are g r a d e s , as to a road, or steps which are a gradual grade up. (Aud 107 ASHO) G R A D A T I O N C H A R T , see CLASSIFICATION

GRADATION AND AWARENESS CHART. GRADE, 1 . the word used to describe the attainment of level achieved by a preclear. Grade is the personal points of progress on the bridge. A preclear is Grade 0, I, II, III, IV, V, VA or VI depending on the technology successfully applied. (Aud 72 UK) 2 . a series of processes culminating in an exact ability attained, examined and attested to by the pc. (HCOB 23 Aug 71) 3. grade and level are the same but when one has a grade one is a pc and when one has a level one is studying its data. (HCOB 2 Apr 65)

GRADE 0, Communications Release. Ability to communicate freely with anyone on any subject. (CG&AC75)

GRADE I, Problems Release. Ability to recognize the source of problems and make them vanish. (CG&AC75)

GRADE II, Relief Release . Relief from hostilities and the sufferings of life. (CG&AC75)

GRADE III, Freedom Release. Freedom from the upsets of the past and ability to face the future. (CG&AC75)

GRADE IV, Ability Release. Moving out of fixed conditions and gaining abilities to do new things. (CG&AC75) G

RADE V, Power Release. Ability to handle power. (CG&AC75) GRADE VA, Power Plus Release. Recovery of knowledge. (CG&AC75)

GRADE VI, Whole Track Release. Return of powers to act on own determinism. (CG&AC75)

GRADE VII, Clear. Ability to be at cause over mental matter, energy, space, and time on the first dynamic (survival for self). (CG&AC75)

GRADIENT, 1 . a gradual approach to something, taken step by step, level by level, each step or level being, of itself, easily surmountable—so that, finally, quite complicated and difficult activities or high states of being can be achieved with relative ease. This principle is applied to both Scn processing and training. (Scn AD) 2 . a steepening or an increasing from the slight to the heavy. (HCOB 3 Apr 66) 3 . the essence of a gradient is just being able to do a little bit more and a little bit more and a little bit more until you finally make the grade. (Scn 0-8, p. 15)

GRADIENT SCALE, 1 . the term can apply to anything, and means a s c a l e of condition graduated from zero to infinity. Absolutes are considered to be unobtainable. (Scn 8-8008, p. 104) 2 . the tool of infinity-valued logic. It is a tenet of Dn and Scn that absolutes are unattainable. Terms like good and bad, alive and dead, right and wrong are used only in conjunction with gradient scales. On the scale of right and wrong, everything above zero or center would be more and more right, approaching an infinite rightness, and everything below zero or center would be more and more wrong, approaching an infinite wrongness. The gradient scale is a way of thinking about the universe which approximates the actual conditions of the universe more closely than any other existing logical method. (SOS Gloss)

GRADIENTS OF CASES, the degree to which the person is overwhelmed by the bank. (SH Spec 46, 6108C29)

GRAND TOUR, 1 . the process R1-9 in The Creation of Human Ability. (PXL Gloss) 2. Grand Tour is the Route 1 or exteriorized version of Spotting Spots. The auditor asks the preclear to be in a spot of a certain description, such as his home town, asks him to be in the auditing room, asks him to be in his home town, asks him to be in the auditing room. (PAB 51) 3 . a very simple process. What you do is run change of space with enough interesting locales in it, to show the pc that he can choose around a great deal of universe and look at a great many things. (5410CM10C) 4 . a process used on an exteriorized thetan to free him from the craving for mass and to bring into present time a greater portion of the mest universe. (COHA Gloss)

GRANT BEINGNESS, the ability to assume or grant (give, allow) beingness is probably the highest of human virtues. It is even more important to be able to permit (allow) other people to have beingness than to be able oneself to assume it. (FOT, p. 27)

GREASING THE TRACK, merely by running the preclear through various parts of his life, up and down the track, the auditor may relieve enough anaten and misemotion from the case to permit somatics to occur. This was once upon a time known as “greasing the track.” However one should not run a preclear into a somatic unless one intends to reduce it or to discover the basic on the chain and reduce that. (SOS, p. 84)

GREASY ON THE TRACK, Slang. attention of the pc hard to control. (SH Spec 302A, 6309C03)

GREEN FORM, 1 . used for general case cleanup particularly on an out-rud type pc or when ruds won’t fly. It is not used to handle high or low TA. Assessed M5 to provide data for the C/S then each read handled in accordance with C/S Series 44R. EP is each read handled to its EP. May be reassessed after handling all reading items if heavily charged on first assessment. Can also be done M3 to a good win and F/N VGIs. (BTB 11 Aug 72RA) 2 . in HGC the Green Form is done on the order of the case supervisor to detect reasons for case trouble; prepared list. (HCO PL 7 Apr 70RA) Abbr. GF.

GREEN SHEET, an Expanded Dianetics program is written on a green sheet. (BTB 6 Nov 72R II) GR ENG INT, group engram intensive. (HCOB 5 May 70) GRIEF, 1 . a ridge and is occasioned by loss. (Scn 8-8008, p. 21) 2 . 0.5 on the tone scale. (SOS, p. 57) 3 . Grief takes place where one recognizes his loss and failure as in the death of somebody he loved and tried to help. (HFP, p. 85)

GRIEF CHARGE, an outburst of tears that may continue for a considerable time, in a session, after which the preclear feels greatly relieved. This is occasioned by the discharge of grief or painful emotion from a secondary. (Scn AD)

GRINDING, 1. charge is held in place by the basic on a chain. When only later than basic incidents are run charge can be restimulated and then bottled up again with a very small amount blown. This is known as “grinding out” an incident. An engram is getting run, but as it is not basic on a chain, no adequate amount of charge is being relieved. (HCOB 8 Jun 63) 2 . going over and over and over and over a lock, secondary or engram without obtaining an actual erasure. The Dn auditor who puts the pc through an incident four or five times without erasure or appreciable reduction is encountering “grinding.” (HCOB 1 May 69) 3 . a level below ARC breaking. A pc who just sits there and grinds is very often not up to getting ARC broken. (SH Spec 66, 6110C12) GROOVE IN THE QUESTION, there are a variety of ways to do this, e.g., ask what the question means, what period or time the question covers, what activities would be included, where the pc has been that might be something to do with the question. If any other people are likely to be involved. In other words, you are steering the pc’s attention to various parts of his bank and getting him to have a preliminary look. When this has been done using very good TR-1, you give him the question again. (BTB 18 Dec 72)

GROSS AUDITING ERRORS, the five gross auditing errors are: (1) can’t handle and read an E-meter; (2) doesn’t know and can’t apply technical data; (3) can’t get and keep a pc in session; (4) can’t complete an auditing cycle; (5) can’t complete a repetitive auditing cycle (including repeating a command long enough to flatten a process). (HCOB 21 Sept 65) Abbr. GAEs.

GROUP ANALYTICAL MIND, the true analytical mind of the group is the composite of the analytical minds of the members of the group as guided by the rationale and ethics which initially founded the g r o u p or which it has developed into a culture. (NOTL, p. 137)

GROUP AUDITOR, 1 . one who stands in front of, sits in front of, or relays by loudspeaker system to a group (and a group consists of two or more people), auditing, so as to improve their condition of beingness as thetans. (PXL, p. 284) 2 . a g r o u p a u d i t o r is one who administers techniques, usually already codified, to groups of children or adults. (GAH, p. i)

GROUP AUDITOR’S HANDBOOK, this was a 1954 compilation of group auditing sessions resulting from the Advanced Clinical Courses of that year. (PXL, p. 288)

GROUP BANK, see GROUP ENGRAM. GROUPED, meaning everything in the same place. (21ACC-5, 5901C30)

GROUP ENGRAM, 1 . each time instantaneous action is demanded of the group by compressed time situations, and commands are given by the selected individual or individuals to cope with those moments of emergency, it can be observed that an engram has been implanted in the group. The instantaneous orders and commands are indicators of an engram. The engram actually was received during a moment of shock when the ideals, ethics, rationale and general thought and energy of the group collided forcefully with mest. (NOTL, p. 132) 2 . a group is composed of individuals. If they have a group engram, it only has force because of basics on that subject in their banks. Thus, if they are cleaned up on the general subject, the general group engram should blow off and disappear. (HCOB 27 Feb 70)

GROUP ENGRAM INTENSIVE, this is a process run to help a Scientology Church. A group is composed of individuals. If they have a group engram it only has force because of basics on that subject in their banks. Thus, if they are cleaned up on the general subject, the general group engram should blow off and disappear. This is done on every member of the group. Listing, nulling and TRs must be flawless. (HCOB 27 Feb 70)

GROUPER, 1 . species of command which, literally translated, means that all incidents are in one place on the time track: “I’m jammed up,” “Everything happens at once,” “Everything comes in on me at once,” “I’ll get even with you,” etc. (DMSMH, p. 213) 2 . anything which pulls the time track into a bunch at one or more points. When the grouper is gone the time track is perceived to be straight. (HCOB 15 May 63) 3 . is a number of incidents becoming located apparently in one time instant. (SH Spec 56, 6109C20) 4 . action phrase which would tend to bunch all incidents in one place, creates the illusion that the time track is collapsed and that all incidents are at the same point in time. Example: “Pull yourself together,” “It all happens at once.” (SOS, p. 103)

GROUP PROCESSING, techniques, usually already codified, administered to groups of children or adults. The group (preclears) is usually assembled and seated in a quiet room where they will not be disturbed by sudden noises or entrances. The group auditor then takes his position in the front of the group and talks to them briefly about what he is going to do and what he expects them to do. The auditor then begins with his first command. (GAH, p. i)

GROUP REACTIVE MIND, could be considered to lie in the actions of those individuals set up for emergency status during compressed time emergencies, which is to say, the reactive mind is composed of the composite engrams of the group itself. (NOTL, p. 136)

GROUP THETA, the theta of a group would be its ideas, ideals, rationale and ethic. This is an actual force. The culture is an accumulated soul which flows over
and through a number of individuals and persists after the death of those individuals via other individuals or even other groups. (DAB, Vol. II, p. 136)

GROUP THINK, the common denominator of the g r o u p is the reactive bank. Thetans without banks have different responses. They only have their banks in common. They agree then only on bank principles. Person to person the bank is identical. So constructive ideas are individual and seldom get broad agreement in a human group. (HCO PL 7 Feb 65)

GUARD OF THE LEFT, you’ve got suppress, you’ve got careful of, and you’ve got fail to reveal. These buttons: suppress, careful of and fail to reveal produce sensation. When the goal doesn’t fire it’s in the left-hand column. (SH Spec 195, 6209C27)

GUARD OF THE RIGHT, invalidate, suggest and mistake. These buttons produce pain. The goal fires falsely on the buttons on the r i g h t . (SH Spec 195, 6209C27)

GUIDING SECONDARY STYLE, 1 . steer plus itsa. You guide the guy into talking about something and get a tone arm blowdown and then you make him talk about it. You get the tone arm action out of it, and then while he’s talking about it he mentions several new things that give him tone arm action so you note those things down and you come back afterward and talk about those things. (SH Spec 47, 6411C17) 2 . differs from proper guiding style and is done by: (1) steering the pc toward revealing something or something revealed; (2) handling it with itsa. (HCOB 21 Feb 66)

GUIDING STYLE AUDITING (LEVEL TWO STYLE), the essentials of Guiding Style Auditing consist of two-way comm that steers the pc into revealing a difficulty followed by a repetitive process to handle what has been revealed. (HCOB 6 Nov 64)

GUILT COMPLEX, before you felt sympathy, you offended in some way. You did something. Then you were sorry for it. The offense may have taken place years or only minutes before your sympathy came about. This is the emotional curve of sympathy. It goes from antagonism or anger down to sympathy. This used to be called a “guilt complex.” (HFP, pp. 125-126)

GUK BOMB, I have found that 600 milligrams of Vitamin E (minimum) assists Scn processing very markedly. It works by itself but is best taken with an old time “Guk Bomb.” The formula of the bomb is variable but is basically 100 mg. of Vitamin B1, 15 gr. of calcium and 500 mg. of Vitamin C. (HCOB 27 Dec 65) hH A A , 1 . Hubbard Advanced Auditor: a Class IV auditor. This level teaches about service facsimiles and ability. Processes taught include certainty processing and overt justification processes. (CG&AC 75) 2 . an alternate name for HAA in 1956 was B Scn or Bachelor of Scn abroad. (HCOTB 12 Sept 56) [The term HAA is today used as in def. 1 above.] HABIT, 1 . that stimulus-response reaction dictated by the reactive mind from the content of engrams and put into effect by the somatic mind. It can be changed only by those things which change engrams. (DMSMH, p. 39) 2 . simply something one cannot stop. Here we have an example of no control whatever. (PO W, p.46)

HABIT RELEASE, Grade IV Release. (HCOB 22 Sept 65) [The current name for Grade IV Release is Ability Release.] See GRADE IV.

HALF-ACKNOWLEDGEMENT, 1. a continue, an encouragement. (SH Spec 53, 6503C02) 2 . sometimes a pc gets scared or lonesome and you have to give him an uh-huh to encourage him. (SH Spec 70, 6607C21)

HALLUCINATIONS, 1. imagined realities with which nobody else agrees. (HFP, p. 41) 2 . we call a mental image picture an “hallucination” or more properly an automaticity (something uncontrolled) when it is created by another and seen by self. (FOT, p. 57) 3 . things seen that aren’t there. (7203C30SO) 4 . a person imagining and not knowing he was imagining would be a person who was hallucinating. (5203CM04B)

HALLUCINATORY CAUSE, the thetan considers that he is actually being more cause (going down the sub-zero scale). This is the exact reverse of the reality of the situation. He is becoming more and more effect. (BTB 6 Feb 60)

HANDLE, finish off, complete, end cycle on. Service and handling are the same thing. When you give service, you handle. Part of handling cases is handle N- O-W! One way or another, one gets the pc handled. (HCOB 15 Jan 70 II)

HANDLING AN ORIGINATION, handling an origination merely tells the person, “All right, I heard it, you’re there.” You might say it is a form of acknowledgment but it’s not. It is the communication formula in reverse; but the auditor is still in control if he handles the origin. (PAB 151) See TR-4 .

HANG-FIRE, delayed firing. After the trigger is pulled a gun sometimes doesn’t go off. This is called a “hang-fire” or delayed fire if it then goes off late. (LRH Def. Notes) HANG-UP, stuck (on time track). (HFP, p. 101)

HAPPINESS, is not itself an emotion. It is a word which states a condition, and the anatomy of that condition is interest. H a p p i n e s s , you could say, is the overcoming of not unknowable obstacles toward a known goal. (8ACC-4, 5410CM06)

HARD WAY TRs, demand for a start, two hours of no twitch, no blink, no eye redness, no unconscious, no wiggle TR Zero. Really real TRs beginning with Zero. Like the bulletin. (LRH ED 143 INT)

H A S , abbreviation for 1. Hubbard Apprentice Scientologist. (HCOB 23 Aug 6 5 ) 2 . Hubbard Association of Scientologists. (PAB 75) 3 . HCO Area Secretary. (HCOB 20 Nov 71)

HAS CO-AUDIT, using precise processes developed for this section only, the HAS Co-audit (do-it-yourself processing) seeks to improve cases and further interest people in Scn so that they will take individual HGC processing and individual training. (HCO PL 14 Feb 61) [Students in Scn academies do still co-audit, however there is not currently a course specifically called the

HAS Co-audit. Students are allowed to co-audit any level on which they have trained. There is also a basic course, the HQS, on which students co-audit.]

HAS COURSE, a course in elementary communication and control. Consists of training drills on communication and to put the student at cause over the environment. There are no prerequisites. The graduate is awarded the certificate of Hubbard Apprentice Scientologist. (CG&AC 75)

HASI, Hubbard Association of Scientologists, International. (PAB 74)

HAS SPECIALIST RUNDOWN, the HAS and establishment officers are peculiarly subject to efforts to unstabilize them. The HAS Specialist Rundown consists of processes which increase the ability to hold a position. (HCOB 20 Nov 71)

HASUK, Hubbard Association of Scientologists of the United Kingdom. (PAB 75) HAT, 1 . slang for the title and work of a post in a Scientology Church. Taken from the fact that in many professions such as railroading the type of hat worn is the badge of the job. (HCO PL 1 Jul 65 III) 2 . term used to describe the write ups, check-sheets and packs that outline the purposes, know-how and duties of a post. It exists in folders and packs and is trained in on the person on the post. (HCO PL 22 Sept 70)

H A T E , 1 . a total ridge. (5904C08) 2 . around 1 .5 on the tone scale affinity has almost reversed itself. Its dissonance has become hate, which can be violent and is so expressed. Here, actually, we have a factor of entheta repelling theta. (SOS, p. 56)

HATS, Hubbard Advanced Technical Specialist. A Class IX auditor. This level teaches advanced procedures and developments since Class VIII. It is available at Saint Hill organizations. (CG&AC 75) HAV, havingness. (BTB 20 Aug 71 II)

HAVING, to be able to touch or permeate or to direct the disposition of. (PAB 83)

HAVINGNESS, 1. that which permits the experience of mass and pressure. (A&L, p. 8) 2 . the feeling that one owns or possesses. (SH Spec 84, 6612C13) 3 . can be simply defined as ARC with the environment. (SH Spec 294, 6308C14) 4 . that activity which is run when needed and when it will not violently deflect the pc’s attention. (SH Spec 85, 6111C28) 5 . the result of creation. (SH Spec 19, 6106C23) 6 . the ability to duplicate that which one perceives, or create a duplication of what one perceives, or to be willing to create a duplication of it. But it’s duplication. (lSHACC-10, 6009C14) 7 . ability to communicate with an isness. The ability to conceive an is-ness and communicate with it. ( 17ACC-4, 5702C28) 8 . h a v i n g n e s s is the concept of being able to reach or not being prevented from reaching. (SH Spec 126, 6203C29) 9 . t h e n e e d t o have terminals and things to play for and on. (Dn 55!, p. 137) Abbr. Hav.

HBA, Hubbard Book Auditor. (HCOB 23 Aug 65) See BOOK AUDITOR. HC, Hubbard Consultant. (HCOB 19 Jun 71 III) HCA, 1. Hubbard Certified Auditor. A Class II auditor. This level teaches about overt acts and withholds. Among the processes taught are responsibility processes and integrity processes. (CG&AC 75) 2 . an early course taught in Scientology Churches only. The certificate of HCA (or HPA, the British equivalent) was awarded by examination only. (HCOTB 12 Sept 56) [The current usage of HCA is as in def. 1 above.]

HCA/HPA, [At one time HCA and HPA were equivalent certificates, HCA being the American designation and HPA, the British. Data on this appears in HCOTB 12 Sept 56 and HCO PL 1 Oct 58 . The current usages of each of these designations are listed separately under each.]

HCA LECT, Hubbard Certified Auditors Course Lectures. (HCOB 29 Sept 66) HCAP, Hubbard Certified Auditor Course, Phoenix. (HCOB 29 Sept 66)

HCI, Hubbard College of Improvement. (FSO 65) [The name of the Academy on Flag.] HCL, Hubbard College Lectures. (HCOB 29 Sept 66)

HC LIST, 1. the arbitrary name of the Data Series Correction List. (FO 3179) 2 . it’s called an HC List because there was one time going to be something called a Hubbard Consultant and we’ve still got the l i s t . It’s an out-point/plus-point list and it’s simply assessed and handled. (ESTO 4, 7203C02 SO II)

HCO, Hubbard Communications Office. (BPL 5 Nov 72RA)

HCOB, Hubbard Communications Office Bulletin. (HCOB 4 Sept 71 III)

HCO PL, Hubbard Communications Office Policy Letter. (HCO PL 24 Sept 70R)

HCS, Hubbard Clearing Scientologist—formerly Level IV certificate. (HCOB 23 Aug 65)

HDA , Hubbard Dianetic Auditor. (HCOB 23 Aug 65) [An HDA is a graduate of the Dianetic Auditor’s Course, forerunner to the HSDC. A graduate of the HSDC is known as an HDC, which is the current certificate awarded to a Dn auditor.]

HDC, Hubbard Dianetic Counselor. A graduate of the HSDC. (CG& AC 75) See HUBBARD STANDARD DIANETICS COURSE.

HDG, Hubbard Dianetic Graduate. One who is trained to teach the Dianetic Course after graduating from the HSDC. (BTB 12 Apr 72R)

HDRF, Hubbard Dianetic Research Foundation, Elizabeth, New Jersey, U.S.A. The first organization, founded by others in 1950, May. Closed 1951 as I had no control of it and the directors mismanaged it. (LRH Def. Notes)

HEALTH FORM, 1. a form done by an auditor. It is metered. The end product of this form is entirely to pick out what to audit. (HCOB 19 May 69) 2 . as one needs a guide to know what to audit on a case, the Dn health form is an essential auditing action. You take up and audit each symptom or complaint one after the other. You audit the most available symptom first. Sooner or later the pc will have a well, healthy body, health, stability, and a sense of well-being. (HCOB 19 May 69, Health Form, Use of ) H , E & R, human emotion and reaction. (HCOB 3 Dec 73) HEAT, the physical sensation associated with the release of energy in the form of heat which is attendant to actual GPMs, their RIs and associated locks. (HCOB 13 Apr 64, Scn VI Part One Glossary of Terms)

HEAVILY CHARGED CASE, by which is meant a c a s e with a very heavy burden of secondaries. (SOS, p. 82)

HEAVY FACSIMILE, a heavy facsimile is an experience, complete with all perceptions, emotions, thoughts and efforts, occupying a precise place in space and a moment in time. It can be an operation, an injury, a term of heavy physical exertion, or even a death. It is composed of the preclear’s own effort and the effort of the environment (counter-effort). (AP&A, p. 28)

HELATROBUS, an interplanetary nation. A little pip squeak government, didn’t amount to very much . ( SH Spec 268, 6305C23)

HELATROBUS IMPLANTS, 1. call them the heaven implants, they are the implants implanted by Helatrobus. (SH Spec 268, 6305C23) 2 . are actually a long chain of engrams, each of which has basics. (SH Spec 272, 6306Cll) 3 . i m p h n t s which begin with the electronic clouds over planets, and the dichotomy, plus and minus, and so forth and sweep on through in a certain series. (SH Spec 266, 6305C21)

HELD-DOWN FIVES, jammed thinking because of a misunderstood or misapplied datums. (HCOB 12 Nov 64) See also HELDDOWN SEVEN.

HELD-DOWN SEVEN, Slang. 1 . an enforced wrong datum. (EOS, p. 52) 2 . jammed thinking because of a misunderstood or misapplied datum. (HCOB 12 Nov 64) [This term stems from an analogy made by LRH comparing the reactive mind to a computer or adding machine in which the number seven (or five) had been shorted out so that it was always added in in every computation. Of course it could not compute correctly or get correct answers from data as long as this condition existed.] (EOS, p. 51)

HELLO AND OKAY, a very basic process which resolves chronic somatics, eye difficulties, any specific item is to have the affected part or bad area of energy say “Hello” and “Okay” and “All right” until it is in good condition. (Dn 55!, p. 143) [“Hello” and “Okay” process commands can be found in HCOB 22 Mar 58, Clearing Reality. ]

HELP, help is the key button which admits auditing. Help is the make-break point between sanity and insanity. That a person cannot accept help along some minor line does not mean that he is insane, but it certainly means he has some neurotic traits. (HCOB 5 May 60)

HELP FACTOR, the willingness to assist. This also has to do with cause—what can the individual cause? An organization which cannot h e l p anybody will have a tendency to fail. (ESTO No. 8, 7203C06SO)

HELP PROCESSING, there are probably thousands of ways help could be run. But the one general process on help that would rank high would be “What have you helped?” “What have you not helped?” alternated. This is the best way I know of to run the sense of what help one has given plus what help one has withheld. This lets the pc as-is his failures to help as well as his denials of help. (HCOB 12 May 60)

HEV, Human Evaluation Course. (HCOB 29 Sept 66) HGA, 1. Hubbard Graduate Auditor. Class VII auditor. Only available to Sea Org or five year contracted Church staff. This level teaches the power processes and review auditing. It is not a prerequisite to Class VIII, however. It is delivered in Church of Scientology Saint Hill organizations. (CG&AC 75) 2 . in 1956, an HGA was also to be known as D. Scn or Doctor of Scientology abroad. (HCOTB 12 Sept 56) See DOCTOR OF SCIENTOLOGY. 3 . an honor award and may be made by nomination or selection; either way it is for those who are consistently producing excellent results in their own fields and to form a grade by which these recruits can be recognized. (PAB 6) [Current usage of the term HGA is as in def. 1 above.]

HGC, Hubbard Guidance Center. (HCOB 23 Aug 65) HGC ADMIN, Hubbard Guidance Center Administrator. (HCOB 23 Aug 65) HGDS, Hubbard Graduate Dianetic Specialist. An Expanded Dianetics auditor. (CG&AC 75) See also EXPANDED DIANETICS .

HIDDEN DATA LINE, some students have believed there was a “hidden data line” of tech in Scn, a line on which Scn tech was given out by me but not made known to students. This started me looking, for there is no such l i n e . The whole of technology is released in HCO Bulletins and HCO Policy Letters and tapes I do and release. I don’t tell people anything in some private way, not even instructors. The apparency is somebody’s pretense to know from me more than is on the tapes and in books and mimeos, or, brutally, somebody’s alter-is of materials. This looks like a “hidden data line.” It surely isn’t. (HCO PL 16 Apr 65)

HIDDEN STANDARD, 1. a hidden standard is a problem a person thinks must be resolved before auditing can be seen to have worked. It’s a standard by which to judge Scn or auditing or the auditor. This hidden standard is always an old problem of long duration. It is a postulate-counter-postulate situation. The source of the counter-postulate was suppressive to the pc. (HCOB 8 Nov 65) 2 . is not just a physical or mental difficulty but one by which the pc measures his case gains. A case measurement thing used secretly by the pc. (BTB 18 Sept 72) Abbr. HS.

HIGH CRIME CHECKOUTS, 1 . star-rated checkouts on all processes and their immediate technology and on relevant policy letters on HGC interns or staff auditors in the Tech Division or staff auditors or interns in the Qual Division for the levels and actions they will use before permitting them to audit church pcs and on supervisors in Tech and Qual who instruct or examine. (HCO PL 8 Mar 66) 2. high crime checkouts are done by auditors to their highest class. Any new procedure must be drilled on a doll in addition to the high crime checkout before the OK to audit chit is issued. (BTB 5 Sept 72RA) [High crime checkouts are so named because it is an ethics offense in the nature of a high crime for failing to insist upon this policy or preventing this policy from going into effect or minimizing the checkouts or lists. ] HIGH CRIMES, suppressive acts. (ISE, p. 48)

HIGH SCHOOL INDOCTRINATION, an extremely precise activity which consists of teaching an auditor not to let a preclear stop him. (HCOB 4 Oct 56) HI HI INDOC, tone 40 8-C. (PAB 113) HIGH TA, 1. 3.5 or up at session start. (HCOB 3 Jan 70) 2 . a h i g h TA in Scn is always an overrun. In Dn it means an engram too late on the chain to erase is in re-stimulation. (HCOB 28 Apr 69) 3 . h i g h TA means the person can still stop things and is trying to do so. However, all one has to do is restimulate and leave unflat an engram chain to have a h i g h TA. H i g h TA is reflecting the force contained in the chain. (HCOB 16 Jun 70)

HIGH-TONE INDIVIDUAL, thinks wholly into the future. He is extroverted toward his environment. He clearly observes the environment with full perception unclouded by undistinguished fears about the environment. He thinks very little about himself but operates automatically in his own interests. He enjoys existence. His calculations (postulations and evaluations) are swift and accurate. He is very self-confident. He knows he knows and does not even bother to assert that he knows. He controls his environment. (AP&A, p. 37) HI-LO TA, high low TA. (HCOB 1 Jan 72RA) HI-LO TA ASSESSMENT FOR CONFESSIONALS. See HI-LO TA ASSESSMENT FOR INTEGRITY PROCESSING. HI-LO TA ASSESSMENT FOR INTEGRITY PROCESSING, this list is used to get a TA in normal range before proceeding into an Integrity Processing session. It is used after any possible false TA has been checked for and handled, if TA is still below 2 .0 or at 3 .5 or above. (BTB 6 Dec 72R) HIPS, Hubbard Integrity Processing Specialist. (HCO PL 24 Dec 72) HIT, punished, hurt, etc. (HCOB 1 Nov 68) HO-HUM, minus randomity. (Abil 56)

HOLDER, 1. any engram command which makes an individual remain in an engram knowingly or unknowingly. (DMSMH Gloss) 2 . a species of command. These include such things as “stay here,” “sit right there and think about it,” “come back and sit down,” “I can’t go,” “I mustn’t leave,” etc. (DMSMH, p. 213)

HOLLOW SPOT, a segment of the body which has such a hard impact in the center that all attention units in a mock-up will flow out from the center. It’s an outflow from a central point but the point is a counter-effort. (5206CM24B)

HOME UNIVERSE, t h e universe a thetan made for himself. (SH Spec 83, 6612C06)

HOMO NOVIS, 1. Homo man, novis new. (BCR, p. 12) 2 . a theta-animated mest body possessed of new and desirable attributes; a mest clear, a good, sane rational mest being about a skyscraper higher than Homo sap~ens. (HOM, p. 40) 3 . the Second Stage Release is definitely Homo novis. The person ceases to respond like Homo sapiens and has fantastic capability to learn and act. (HCOB 28 Jun 65)

HOMO SAPIENS, 1. a mest body, whether it belongs to the race of man or the race of ants is yet but an animated vegetable. Given a theta being to guide it, it becomes part of a composite such as Homo sapiens. By itself, the body would live, walk around, react, sleep, kill, and direct an existence no better than that of a field mouse, or a zombie. Put a theta being over it and it becomes possessed of ethics and morals and direction and goals and the ability to reason; it becomes this strange thing called Homo sapiens. (HOM, p. 42)

HONEST COMPLETION, means a student who has studied all the materials of the course using full study tech. Has done the demonstrations and drills, and can effectively apply the materials of the course. (HCO PL 16 May 73R)

HOPE, the desire that sometime in the future one will cease to have something which he no longer wants but can’t seem to get rid of or that one will acquire something he wants. (2ACC-31A, 5312CM22)

HOPE FACTOR, 1. validating those good indicators that are present in the pc. When an auditor doesn’t he’s not really putting in a hope factor. Validating the good indicator is a lessening of the somatic or condition. (SH Spec 3, 6401C09) 2 . something can be done about it. (SH Spec 297, 6308C21)

HOT QUESTION, question with reaction on it. (SH Spec 63, 6110C05) HOT SPUR LINE, where there is a senior review C/S there is a hot spur line from the C/S to the senior C/S and back to the C/S. This is not necessarily an instant line. It can be a 12-hour lag line. New tech in use, fantastic completions and “dog cases” nobody can make anything out of go on this senior C/S hot spur line. (HCOB 5 Mar 71)

HPA, Hubbard Professional Auditor. A Class III auditor. This level deals with ARC and ARC breaks. Listing and nulling and two-way comm are taught at this level, as well as change processes and ARC Break SW. (CG&AC 75)

HPC LECT, Hubbard Professional Course Lecture. (HCOB 29 Sept 66) HPCS, Hubbard Professional Course Supervisor. (HCO PL 27 Oct 70)

HPCSC, Hubbard Professional Course Supervisor’s Course. (HCO PL 27 Oct 70 II) H Q S , Hubbard Qualified Scientologist. A basic Scn course which teaches about co-auditing and how to handle other people, with group auditing. It consists of, in part, TRs 0 to 4 and 6 to 9, plus students actually co-audit on CCHs, Op Pro by Dup and Self An~lys~s lists. There is no prerequisite for this course. (CG&AC 75)

HRS, Hubbard Recognized Scientologist. A Class 0 auditor. This level teaches about communication. Processes taught are Level O processes and ARC SW processes. (CG&AC 75)

HS, hidden standard. (HCOB 10 Jun 72 V)

HSCSC, Hubbard Senior Course Supervisor Course. The HSCSC covers the total expertise of the technology of supervising. (FBDL 328)

HSDC, Hubbard Standard Dianetics Course. (BTB 12 Apr 72R)

H S S , Hubbard Senior Scientologist. A Class VI auditor. An HSS is a graduate of the Saint Hill Special Briefing Course. This course consists of the full practical application of Scn grades, repair, setups, assists and special cases tech up to Class VI. (CG&AC 75)

HSST, Hubbard Specialist of Standard Tech, Class VIII Case Supervisor. (CG&AC 75) HSTS, Hubbard Standard Technical Specialist. A Class VIII auditor. The Class VIII Course teaches exact handling of all cases up to 100 per cent result, as well as Class VIII procedures, all case setup actions, all processes and corrective actions, as well as flubless Class VIII auditing. (CG&AC 75)

HTS, Hubbard Trained Scientologist. A Class I auditor. This level teaches about problems. The processes taught include objective processes and Level I processes, such as help and control processes. (CG&AC 75)

HUBBARD COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE, purpose: to be the office of LRH. To handle and expedite the communication lines of LRH. To prepare or handle the preparation of manuscripts and other to-be-published material of Scn. To keep, use and care for LRH’s offlce equipment. To assist the Churches of Scientology and their people. To set a good example of efficiency to the Churches. (HCO PL 12 Oct 62)

HUBBARD COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE BULLETIN, HCOBs written by LRH only. These are the technical issue line. They are valid from first issue unless specifically cancelled. All data for auditing and courses is contained in HCOBs. They are distributed as indicated, usually to technical staff. They are red ink on white paper, consecutive by date. (HCO PL 24 Sept 70R)

HUBBARD COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE POLICY LETTER, HCO PLs written by LRH only. This is a permanently valid issue of all Third Dynamic, organization and administrative technology. These, regardless of date or age, form the knowhow in running a Scientology Church, organization, group or company. The bulk of hat material is made up from HCO PLs. They are printed in green ink on white paper and are distributed to all staff or as indicated or as made up in packs. (HCO PL 24 Sept 70R)

HUBBARD CONSULTANT, A Hubbard Consultant is skilled in testing, two-way comm, consultation, programming and interpersonal relations. This is the certificate especially awarded to persons trained to handle personnel, students and staff. These technologies and special training were developed to apply Scn auditing skills to the field of administration especially. An HC is requisite for course supervisors and student consultants. (HCOB 19 Jun 71 III) Abbr.

HC. HUBBARD ELECTROMETER, is called an E-meter for short. Technically it is a specially developed Wheatstone bridge well known to electrically minded people as a device to measure the amount of resistance to a flow of electricity. (BIEM, p. 1) See E-METER.

HUBBARD GUIDANCE CENTER, that department of the technical division of a Scientology Church which delivers auditing. Department 12, Division 4 . (BTB 12 Apr 72R) Abbr.

HGC. HUBBARD STANDARD DIANETICS COURSE, teaches about the human mind, mental image pictures, the time track, locks, secondaries and engrams. The processes taught are Standard Dn auditing and Dn assists. (CG&AC 75) Abbr.

HSDC. HUMAN ENGINEERING, it’s adapting the machinery to fit the person. It’s adapting machinery and spatial arrangements and desks and chairs and things like that. The adjustment of the machinery and spatial arrangements to the people who are operating it is important. (ESTO No. 12, 7203C06 SO II)

HUMAN EVALUATION, a diagnosis of behavior. (5108CM13A)

HUMANITARIAN OBJECTIVE, the humanitarian objective is to make a safe environment in which the fourth dynamic engram can be audited out. By engram we mean the mental block that prevents peace and tolerance; by fourth dynamic we mean that impulse to survive as mankind instead of just individuals. Obviously we must do this. (Ron’s Jour 68)


HUMOR, humor is rejection. The ability to reject. The ability to throw something away. That is humor. (8ACC-27, 5411CM05)

HURDY-GURDY SYSTEM, a “hurdy-gurdy” was a musical instrument played by turning a crank so that a wheel striking strings in turn caused music. The “hurdy-gurdy” system was so called because the auditor went round and round the points of the ARC triangle (A-R-C) plus enforced and dominate, inhibit and nullify on persons the pc had known, session after session to restore his memory. Mentioned on page 65, Book 2, Science of Survival and described in full later in that same chapter on pages 77-83 . (LRH Def. Notes) HVA, 1. Hubbard Validated Auditor. A Class V auditor. This level is taught at Church of Scientology Saint Hill organizations and contains materials about the chronological development of Scn with full theory and application. (CG&AC 75) 2 . Class V reviews all the classes and retrains where necessary and awards permanent classification for all the lower certificates as well as Class V. (Aud 8 UK)

HYPER-SONIC, if a person hears voices which have not existed and yet supposes that these voices really spoke, we have “over-imagination.” In Dn imaginary sound recall would be hyper-sonic, (hyper=over). (DMSMN, p. 188)

HYPER-VISIO, if a person sees scenes which have not existed and yet supposes these scenes were real, we have “over imagination.” In Dn imaginary sight recall would be hyper-visio, (hyper=over). (DMSMN, p. 188)

HYPNOTISM, 1 . an address to the reactive mind. It reduces self-determinism by interposing the commands of another below the analytical level of an individual’s mind; it enturbulates a case markedly, and materially aberrates human beings by keying in engrams which would otherwise lie dormant. (SOS, Bk. 2, p. 220) 2 . a continuing inflow without an opportunity on the part of the subject to outflow. (Dn 55!, p. 63) 3 . the process of restimulating states of apathy by the introduction of additional engramic content which would thereafter be as compulsive as the other data in the incident. (5109CM17B) 4 . amnesia trance for the purpose of planting suggestions. (Exp Jour Winter-Spring 1950)

HYPO-HEARING, a condition in which a person has something he is afraid to h e a r . He plays the radio very loudly, makes people repeat continually and misses pieces of the conversation. Men and women are “hysterically” deaf without any conscious knowledge of it. Their “hearing just isn’t so good.” In Dn, this is being called hypo-hearing, (hypo=under). (DMSMN, p. 189)

HYPO-SIGHT, the person who is always losing something when it lies in fair view before him, who misses signposts, theater bills and people who are in plain sight is “hysterically” blind to some degree. He is afraid he will see something. In Dn this is being called, since the word “hysterical” is a very inadequate
and overly dramatic one, hypo-sight, (hypo=under). (DMSMN, p. 189)

HYSTERIA, the phenomenon of being out of control. (AAR, p. 91) i“I”, 1. the will, the determining force of the organism, the awareness. (DMSMN, p. 87) 2 . the awareness of awareness unit. (NOTL, p. 69) 3 . the thetan, the center of awareness, that part of the total organism that is fundamentally cause. (CONA Gloss)

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