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The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

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  1. Ogsonofgroo Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    Lol, Lron the mincing movee maker! Liek, um, stylin' eh!
    and, wtf OT VI badge, that there be reptilian skin backgrounds? (Hey, its frikken ugly as far as 'wear with prides' omg yucky......bleh......) for the price those people paid ta get there it should be solid frkn gold, but I bet its ep (electro-plated) tin xp
    *sigh*
    :D

    come on you guise, wanting moar pics from these gems! (I am sad that I can't DL this leak, but holy crap its big!) Much merriment to be had!
  2. Anonymous Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    So let's go...

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  3. Ogsonofgroo Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    "Certainty that you'll get the full gains of goin OT!"

    WTF? Looks liek that there po girly thing is be pulling out her bladder tubes or something.

    Yep folks, yer watching it here, the creative talents of Lron's minions......... hasn't changed a whole lot nao has it?

    Oooooooooo, 'speschul 'Black [strike]Addition[/strike] Edition' only 1680$............ guess that was good at the time, put together in the good ol' USof A fer about 50$, now made in Taiwan for even less.........
    such a deal........ erm........nm.

    Hey! A butterfly! *chases*

    ouff.

    :D
  4. Anonymous Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    Issue 185:

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  5. vegnej Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    I would still say it is Swansea in the southern part of Wales as opposed to New South Wales in Australia. It would seem logical to name orgs in England, Scotland, Wales etc. !
  6. Ogsonofgroo Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    "Complete the following sentance in 25 words or less.......blah-blah-blah"

    OMG, jest kill me nao.

    O-o

    :confused: *<gun*

    eeeeeeeeeeeeeek!


    :rolleyes:
  7. Anonymous Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    #186

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  8. Ogsonofgroo Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    "The day that marks your death is the day you sit back and decide you know everything there is to know about everything there is around you."
    LRH

    Oh Rly?

    Trying hard to be profound and sounding liek the frikken drug addled buffoon he was.

    Lordz, gotta zzzzzzzzz, what a horrid thing to have stuck in me brain for the next 20mins.

    Ick.

    O-o
  9. Anonymous Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    Issue #187

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    Roses for AGP...
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    Okay. Must go now...
  10. Zhent Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    Heres a list of the first 131 clears from issue 19
    Would be interesting to chase these names up and see just how many are still in Scientology.

    Clear No. 1 JOHN McMASTER, Saint Hill Staff.
    Clear No. 2 JOHN IMBURGIA, Buffalo, N.Y.
    Clear No. 3 PAM PEARCY, Saint Hill Staff.
    Clear No. 4 PAT SCRUFARI, Niagara Falls, N.Y.
    Clear No. 5 TERRY MILNER, Los Angeles Staff.
    Clear No. 6 ANNE GREIG, Saint Hill Staff.
    Clear No. 7 REG SHARPE, Saint Hill Staff.
    Clear No. 8 ALAN WALTER, Dallas, Texas.
    Clear No. 9 PHILIP QUIRINO, Saint Hill Staff.
    Clear No. 10 LEON STEINBERG, Saint Hill Staff.
    Clear No. 11 JOHN McCOY, Saint Hill Staff.
    Clear No. 12 RAY THACKER, Saint Hill Staff.
    Clear No. 13 OTIS HALLJDAY, Houston, Texas.
    Clear No. 14 RALPH PEARCY, Saint Hill Staff.
    Clear No. 15 JENNIFER EDMONDS, Saint Hill Staff.
    Clear No. 16 GEORGE GALPIN, Saint Hill Staff.
    Clear No. 17 J. J. DELANCE, Saint Hill Staff.
    Clear No. 18 BERNIE GREEN, Saint Hill Staff.
    Clear No. 19 JIM CRAWLEY, England.
    Clear No. 20 TONY DUNLEAVY, Saint Hill Staff.
    Clear No. 21 GARETH McCOY, Saint Hill Staff.
    Clear No. 22 JOAN THOMAS, Saint Hill Staff.
    Clear No. 23 JULIA GALPIN, Saint Hill Staff.
    Clear No. 24 DALENE REGENAS, Saint HUI Staff.
    Clear No. 25 OTTO ROOS, Saint Hill Staff.
    Clear No. 26 FELICE GREEN, Saint Hill Staff.
    Clear No. 27 WALTER STTLLE, Hamburg, Germany.
    Clear No. 28 JOHN LAWRENCE, Saint Hill Staff.
    Clear No. 29 CONNIE BROADBENT, Saint Hill Staff.
    Clear No. 30 CRAIG LIPSITZ, Saint Hill Staff.
    Clear No. 31 MARILYNN ROUTSONG, Saint Hill Staff.
    Clear No. 32 FRED HARE, Saint Hill Staff.
    Clear No. 33 ELLEN CARDER
    Clear No. 34 PEGGY BANKSTON, Saint Hill Staff.
    Clear No. 35 BRIAN LIVINGSTON, Saint Hill Interne.
    Clear No. 36 JOAN de VEULLE, London Staff.
    Clear No. 37 HASKELL COOKE, Saint Hill Staff.
    Clear No. 38 CHRIS WEDDEMAN, Johannesburg Staff.
    Clear No. 39 VIRGINIA DOWNSBOROUGH, Saint HiU Staff.
    Clear No. 40 JOE VAN STADEN, Saint Hill Staff.
    Clear No. 41 SHEENA FAmCHILD, Saint HiU Staff.
    Clear No. 42 MYRA ELLIOTT, Hawaii Staff.
    Clear No. 43 YVONNE GILLHAM, Saint Hill Staff.
    Clear No. 44 PETE PETERMAN, Hawaii, U.S.A.
    Clear No. 45 SCOTT LELAND, Interning for Washington, D.C.
    Clear No. 46 HELEN HANCOCK, New Jersey, U.S.A.
    Clear No. 47 HELEN POLLEN, Saint Hill Interne.
    Clear No. 48 JOHN ELLIOTT, Hawaii Staff.
    Clear No. 49 FRED FAmCHILD, Saint HiU Staff.
    Clear No. 50 DOROTHY KNIGHT, Saint HiU Staff.
    Clear No. 51 DAVID GAEMAN, Portsmouth, U.K.
    Clear No. 52 PETER GOODWIN, Portsmouth, U.K.
    Clear No. 53 ANTON JAMES, Saint Hfll Staff.
    Clear No. 54 JENNY PARKHOUSE, Saint HiU Staff.
    Clear No. 55 HERBEE PARKHOUSE, Saint HU1 Staff.
    Clear No. 56 JUDY GRAY, Saint HiU Staff.
    Clear No. 57 CAL WIGNEY, Saint Hill Staff.
    Clear No. 58 MARY LONG, Saint HiU Staff.
    Clear No. 59 CHESTER HALLEDAY, Houston, Texas.
    Clear No. 60 HANA ELTRINGHAM, Los Angeles Staff.
    Clear No. 61 BILL ROBERTSON, Saint HiU Interne.
    Clear No. 62 LINDA NUSSBAUM, Saint HiU Interne.
    Clear No. 63 PETER IMBURGIA, Buffalo, N.Y.
    Clear No. 64 MARIE (ABEREGG) OAKES, Los Angeles Staff.
    Clear No. 65 MILDRED MATTHEWS, Sydney Staff.
    Clear No. 66 MARGUERITE WIRICK, San Diego Staff.
    Clear No. 67 JOAN DAVIS, Saint Hill Staff.
    Clear No. 68 BETH FORDYCE, Detroit Staff.
    Clear No. 69 RON POOK, Saint HUI Interne.
    Clear No. 70 WAL WILKINSON, Adelaide Staff.
    Clear No. 71 ALLAN FERGUSON, Saint HiU Staff.
    Clear No. 72 HANK LAARHUIS, Saint HUI Staff.
    Clear No. 73 ROBIN LINDSELL, Saint HiU Staff.
    Clear No. 74 CLAIRE LOUWRENS, Cape Town Staff.
    Clear No. 75 PENNY KHALED, East Grinstead.
    Clear No. 76 HELEN WHITNEY, Saint HiU Staff.
    Clear No. 77 VERN GALE, Interning for Washington, D.C.
    Clear No. 78 WALLY COLLIS, Auckland, New Zealand.
    Clear No. 79 JOY WALTER, Dallas, Texas.
    Clear No. 80 MARGARET GORMLEY, Johannesburg, South Africa.
    Clear No. 81 DAVID ZIFF, Saint Hill Staff.
    Clear No. 82 DICK MOOR, London Staff.
    Clear No. 83 LEILA FLANAGAN, Houston, Texas.
    Clear No. 84 PAT FLANAGAN, Houston Texas.
    Clear No. 85 BETTY HALLEDAY, Houston, Texas.
    Clear No. 86 RAY KEMP, Tustin, Caufornia.
    Clear No. 87 VAL WIGNEY, Saint Hill Interne.
    Clear No. 88 TOM KOON, California, U.S.A.
    Clear No. 89 DOUGLAS SHREWSBURY, Seattle, Washington.
    Clear No. 90 HELEN KITCHEN, San Diego, Caufornia.
    Clear No. 91 PETER KHALED, Saint HiU Staff.
    Clear No. 92 ELLEN ARNOLD, London Staff.
    Clear No. 93 JIM WATSON, Hawau, U.S.A.
    Clear No. 94 MARK JONES, London Staff.
    Clear No. 95 DOUGLAS HANCOCK, New Jersey, U.S.A.
    Clear No. 96 MARY EDWARDS, Saint HiU Staff.
    Clear No. 97 NORMA MAIER, Hawaii, U.S.A.
    Clear No. 98 LINDA MUNK, Toronto, Canada.
    Clear No. 99 BERT ROSSOUW, Saint HiU Staff.
    Clear No. 100 DAVE HUNTER, Saint HUI Staff.
    Clear No. 101 DAN RUTENBERG, London Staff.
    Clear No. 102 PHOEBE MARUERER, Saint Hill Staff.
    Clear No. 103 JOY OLLEMANS, Port Elizabeth Staff.
    Clear No. 104 RON REYNOLDS, Saint HiU Staff.
    Clear No. 105 EDITH HOYSETH, Saint HiU Interne.
    Clear No. 106 PHYL STEVENS, Auckland Staff.
    Clear No. 107 ROGER BIDDELL, Saint HUI Interne.
    Clear No. 108 JULIA SALMEN, Los Angeles Staff.
    Clear No. 109 KEN SALMEN, Los Angeles Staff.
    Clear No. 110 PAMELA KEMP, Tustin, California.
    Clear No. 111 BURT GRISWOLD, Hawaii Staff.
    Clear No. 112 PAGE THOMAS, New York Staff.
    Clear No. 113 JOAN BRISTOW, Durban Staff.
    Clear No. 114 BOB THOMAS, New York Staff.
    Clear No. 115 DEON SATTERFIELD, Copenhagen, Denmark.
    Clear No. 116 GERTRUDE BROWN, Washington, D.C.
    Clear No. 117 JANE KEMBER, Saint Hill Staff.
    Clear No. 118 LUCY MEILCZAREK, Saint HiU Staff.
    Clear No. 119 NICKY MENDOZA, London Staff.
    Clear No. 120 KEN RAINS, Hawaii Staff.
    Clear No. 121 MARIO FENINGER, Paris Staff.
    Clear No. 122 KEVIN KEMBER, Saint Hill Interne.
    Clear No. 123 LIZ SABINE, Melbourne, Australia.
    Clear No. 124 ANNE BERGIN, Durban Staff.
    Clear No. 125 ELSIE GRIFFITHS, Vancouver, Canada.
    Clear No. 126 FRAYNE BADGER, California, U.S.A.
    Clear No. 127 FRANK FREEDMAN, Saint Hill Foundation Staff.
    Clear No. 128 EUNICE FORD, New York Staff.
    Clear No. 129 DONNA REEVE, Washington, D.C. Staff.
    Clear No. 130 JUNE KAY, Durban Staff.
    Clear No. 131 PIERRE OLLEMANS, Port Elizabeth Staff.

    Note: The OCR may not be 100% accurate.
  11. MongoLloyd Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    Arnie's page has info on the first ten.

    #1 McMaster - Left due to abuses (Scn version, expelled for being gay), now dead.
    #2 OUT
    #3 OUT
    #4 DEAD
    #5 OUT
    #6 DEAD
    #7 IN
    #8 OUT
    #9 OUT
    #10 OUT

    Might need an update though.
  12. firebug Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    Clear No. 7 Reg Sharpe was also declared

    Suppressive Person REG SHARPE
  13. Lorelei Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    EVIL SERVER THETANS STRIKE AGAIN
  14. Lorelei Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    A true goldmine of info (and LULZ).

    Thanks to the Anon(s) / Ex(es) / OG(s) responsible for scanning and uploading.
  15. firebug Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    Most of the people on the list were declared
    sectes - scientologie: que reste-t'il des "Clairs" du début de la secte - 1967 - (ces gens sont supposés parfaits déjà, lorsqu'Hubbard a estimé qu'ils étaient "les premiers clairs" au monde) - cults - scientology - dianetics - What remains from the f

  16. MongoLloyd Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    Yeah, but SP declares have been overturned, not least for high-ranking scilons. It's not a reliable indicator.
  17. A.Non Hubbard Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

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  18. auchraw Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    Eric Idle and John Cleese, amirite?
  19. JohnnyRUClear Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    For a guy who could see trillions of years into the past, ol' Ron sure was a remarkably inept SP detector in the present.
  20. Anonymous Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    Drugs will do that to you
  21. Anonymous Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    Christ, you youngfags seem to think everyone looked the same in the 70's.
  22. vegnej Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    I noticed on the list of the first 131 clears David Gaiman is at 51 saying he's from the Portsmouth org, mission or whatever. Did a Scilon presence ever exist in Portsmouth or do they mean Plymouth.??
  23. Obi-Wan-anon Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    All those "clears" on the list, now dead - would they have been on the Freewinds at some time? (Asbestos?)

    Or believed LRH about "the smoking is good for you"? (lung cancer?)

    How many were SO? (when will they be back?)

    This answers Beghe's remark "show me one clear". Can't. Most of the first 100 are dead or declared.

    Seems like the cult had a problem. Raised hopes about the "powers" of being clear, and none of them were showing signs. So they kicked 'em out. Can't have the "clears" telling the others that the powers just aren't there.
  24. stuwyatt Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    If the list was from before 71, then it definitely was not Plymouth. I've never heard of a Portsmouth mission or org, but a quick google search indicates that David lived in Portsmouth - maybe that's what the list is trying to indicate?
  25. Anonymous Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    Wow, that's pretty naïve.
  26. MongoLloyd Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    Could've been a 'mission' consisting of him and his dog, run out of his living room. To this day a lot of 'missions' and front groups seem to be little more than that.
  27. Obi-Wan-anon Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    Then let's hear your explanation about why so many of the early "clears" were declared.

    There's this thing called KSW, right? Wouldn't display of their "clears", with their promised "powers", have been used to draw more people in?

    Too bad we'll never know the reason they were declared. Must have been some serious stuff to have the majority of the first 100 clears kicked out.
  28. Sponge Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    Caption: L. Ron Hubbard launches the new Fleshlight Mark II
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    Looking at this picture, and all the ones where he is seen sporting an ascot, I'm beginning to suspect that maybe the Quentin apple didn't fall far from the fruit tree.
  30. MongoLloyd Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    Dude, seen the one where he's sitting at a desk, obviously staged, writing with a feather quill.
    Of all the ridiculous shit.. It's just bizarre! Who the hell writes with a quill?

    It's not like it's some quirk for connoisseurs that we ordinary folks don't know about. It's not like collecting hand-bound books, using a straight-razor, or driving a stick-shift, or preferring the sound of a tube amp. Nobody uses quills. Calligraphers don't line up to expound the tragedy of people not using quills anymore. It's just not better in any way.

    So what's an attempt at looking 'sophisticated' really just looks ridiculously pretentious.
  31. A.Non Hubbard Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    Not likely. The MV Freewinds was purchased around/after LRH's death in '86.

    Typical of Scientology. They aim for "impressive" but overshoot the target and hit "ridiculous".
  32. Anonymous Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    7-Zip works on Windows, Mac OSX, linux.
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  33. A.Non Hubbard Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    Now YOU can enjoy the pleasure of a fleshlight with a friend, without all that awkward 'touching'.
  34. Anonymous Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    In the name of Xenu, you are a fucktard. Sure, it was asbestos, and not... say.. the fact that to be on that Clears list means you were in your 20s to 40s back in 1950s and thereby making you currently at least late 70s...

    But yeah, had something to do with a boat. Hey, funny fact, asbestos isn't even as harmful as the propaganda has led you to believe. There are two types of asbetos, the small fiber harmful shit (like on Failwinds) and the other type like in the schools. billions of dollars to remove non-harmful asbestos because of propaganda...
  35. auchraw Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    It must be the hair.
  36. Anonymous Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    That'd be because they routinely declared most folks who blew the cult - especially if they were high profile. Let's hear your explanation for the thousands of clears (and higher, OTs) who are still in the cult and spending more money on it than any other member.

    If a significant number of people hadn't lost enough of their critical thinking skills at that stage, they'd have left long ago and Scientology would be nowhere near as powerful.

    Only Scientologists don't think like that. It's naïve to think they do. To whatever extent they admit to themselves that they're not quite omnipotent yet, they assume it'll all work out on the next level, or after an 'OT Debug' or whatever. For this reason, Scientology has always been pushing something 'new and improved' to keep people in with.

    Who says they were kicked out? Why don't you go do a straw-poll among the declared OGs around here and see just how many were declared after they left.
  37. vegnej Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    Its kinda sad, an hours drive from where I live in a town a scilon literally has a dianetics book in the window of their living room. I suppose these days it would be classed as a mission but yeah its really pathetic seeing this book in a window 3 foot square. !
  38. A.Non Hubbard Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    I don't know about these OCR'd ones, they feel like they're lacking authenticity. They're just copies of the original text as best as the computer can figure it out, I know that much. But any screenshot we would take looks suspicious, what with the obvious computer fonts superimposed over scans of paper.
  39. Anonymous Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    Anything OCR can't grab (like ads/photos) are original. The text does kind of suck. I personally prefer to leave all original images and put the OCR in the background, best of both worlds but file sizes are large and confusing to highlight and copy. The OP I guess turned on the button for replace OCR sections with text.

    There are original scans for a 1/4 to 1/2 of the pdfs. They are the larger files that have like 95 97 100 101 in the titles and are multiple issues in one pdf. Not sure if they are included with the first listed links (the 800MB files).
  40. Ogsonofgroo Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    Lol, wrong Burroughs *head-smaks self*DOH! Yes William S was indeed a dabbler in all sorts of crazy shit, obviously ol' Lron was of no help to him (they probably sat around and got ripped together lol)
    Just read 'Ali Smiles', hm, think I could have done without that bit o' weirdness, just plain ol' crappy, liek another writer we all know and abhore :D

    :)

    Nao back to the regularly scheduled program :D

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