Well, this is certainly good news. An Independent Scientologist has announced that he is producing “real, live OTs”.
Isn’t that wonderful?
In addition, can we also assume he is producing “real, live Releases” and “real, live Clears”?
Think about it, even L. Ron Hubbard, in all his years, never produced real, live Releases, Clears or OTs. Hubbard himself was not Clear and was not OT. We now know that when Hubbard died, he was quite sick, in pain, hiding from the law and ultimately betrayed by those he trusted. Hubbard could not produce the miraculous results he promised, even on himself.
No, there is no verified evidence that anyone ever fully gained the promised, miraculous Abilities Gained from Scientology’s Grade Chart — not via Hubbard’s personal auditing, not via Church of Scientology auditing and not via any outside Scientology practitioner’s auditing. It never happened.
But now we find, after decades of Scientology failing to produce any of the promised, miraculous results, this Independent Scientologist has finally succeeded!
“Holy cats! Real, live OTs!”
Of course, if you look for specifics, if you look for any evidence that someone he audited is actually “cause over matter, energy, space, time, life and thought”, you won’t find any.
Now, I don’t mind someone believing whatever they want to believe. That’s their business. And I do know that Scientology can make some people temporarily feel wonderful.
What I object to is the trap.
Scientology traps people because they promise and promise and promise these miraculous results. I know of people who, even today, continue to tolerate the most horrible abuses and who ruin themselves to pay and pay and pay — all because of this one specific promise: They believe that some day they would be cause over matter, energy, space, time, life and thought.
It’s a lie and it is there only to trap people.
I object, as strongly as I can, to anyone who continues to promise this lie in order to trap people within Scientology.
If you promise “OT” but only deliver a temporary “I feel wonderful” feeling, you trick people into coming back again and again (and paying again and again), believing you will eventually actually deliver on your promise. It’s a trick, and it only works until the person wakes up to the fact that you can’t deliver what you promised and that a temporary “I feel wonderful” is as good as it gets.
And since you know you’ve never delivered “OT”, your continuing to “promise” that is fraud.
Tell the truth about what you actually do produce so you are not committing fraud.