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David Mayo Posting on ESMB

Discussion in 'Independent Scientology' started by annoncangirl, Apr 18, 2011.

  1. Anonymous Member

    Scott Campbell | September 18, 2010 at 2:13 am | Reply
    Jimmy, me Belter!
    I have a good friend who is a Buddhist (she also has a doctorate in psychology under Viktor Frankl) whom I have known for 41 years (I’m 48 now). Her son is my best buddy since grade school.
    She works directly with the Buddhist monks and neuroscientists of which you speak. She has told me of that phenomena, whereby the actual physical structure of the brain changes according to what type of meditation or stimulus it is subject to.
    Your summation of consideration being senior to mechanics is now being researched and verified in the scientific community.
    Who Knows, maybe they’ll even verify that spiritual beings actually do exist soon! Ha.
    BTW, she is fascinated with our group and wants to meet Marty. She’s also read a lot of LRH in the past and says he was “Absolutely brilliant” and considers him “One of the Prophets”.
    Scott

  2. Anonymous Member

    I think the post is awesome, too, but the whole thread is outstanding. It's not as funny as $quirrel Bu$ters but it is loaded with extremely educational content!
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  3. annoncangirl Member

    Exactly...living in the past never resolves anything and allows you to be traumatized over and over. This is why I feel that auditing can be so very damaging, especially with Hubbards thought they all negative experiences are drawn in...imagine surviving childhood abuse and being left with the feeling that they were the cause the abuse themselves. There is nothing of benefit to be taken from Scientology!!
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  4. Anonymous Member

    Did Kitty post a doxless internet comment as their dox?????
  5. Anonymous Member

    Did Kitty post a doxless internet comment as their dox?????
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  6. Anonymous Member

    ReeeeEeeeeTARDed. derp derp derp derp herp derp. breathe in. breathe out. focus on the breath.
    retards.
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  7. Geuss who is alsoo at the University of Wisconsin James R. Lewis
    http://www.forum.exscn.net/showthread.php?t=18817

  8. veravendetter Member

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  9. Anonymous Member

    Defending LRH is like defending a pedophile.

    "oh but he was so kind and sweet to his mom!"

    Fucking guilty as charged. Send him down.
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  10. veravendetter Member

    He's dead dude.
    [IMG]
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  11. Anonymous Member

    This thread reminds me of how a load of L Ron Hubbard books got kicked around the halls of Oxford before being set alight.

    For the LULZ.

    Anything that LRH spewed forth is automatically laughable.

    Marty Rathbun can fuck off. Until he can give the families of the many dead victims some form of emotional closure - he's as fucked up as David Miscavige, if not worse.

    Same for Rinder. Yeah you, yellow coward motherfucker, don't think for a second you are forgotten.

    Sooner or later, we need to hear something from Tom Cruise.

    Miscavige is a joke, Tommy Davis has vanished, all there is left to defend LRH fuckery cult is Louanne Lee and Krusty Alleycat. Everyone else has either blown or has their lips sewn.

    When is this little joke going to end Davey?

    How much can you take??

    :D
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  12. Anonymous Member

    I heard he "dropped his body".

    If I'd had to live in that fat old ass fat lipped coathanger abortion sack of shit carcass they call "the source" I'd have dropped that shit faster than a pitbull with a jellyfish. That old cooter didn't know shit from shinola.

    Any "church" that reduces love to "a 2D" needs to be fucking obliterated.

    That is why I protest.
  13. veravendetter Member

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  14. God I wish someone 'in the know' would tell us where he is or let us know when he's going to make another appearance. We need more shoops. I need more larfs.
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  15. Anonymous Member

    lol wut it's LRH back from the dead - he dropped his body for us!! we are saved!!! for he has returned!!! praise xenu!!!

    [IMG]
  16. Anonymous Member

    lol wut it's LRH back from the dead - he dropped his body for us!! we are saved!!! for he has returned!!! praise xenu!!!

    [IMG]
  17. Anonymous Member

    fuckin double post - sorry guys I can't delete this coz it's anon - my bad
  18. Anonymous Member

    Had to edit: Should be valid chapter, not vapid. Mayo and the rest showing up now is another piece of the sci puzzle that has what, 7 or 8 layers or levels. It's fascinating to hear a story that took place, speaking of levels, maybe just one floor above where I was working at the time and totally oblvious to madness and mayhem happening above my head. It still boggles my mind how this could have been, but the orchestration of maneuvers now appears to be the norm.

    There were some chilling and thrilling rides in the Wacky World of Sci back then. I hung around because of the awesome people I met, some just brilliant or mind blowing artists, and always, thank god, someone with that made us all laugh (before that, too, was banned). All of their stories are an important part of history that has been missing and its refreshing that they're not here to sell, they're here to heal, or that's the general feeling I get, as well as filling in the gaps. Fascinating.
    If "face" writes a book, I believe it'd be a hot seller. Now if Mayo could add to that collection someday, that would be stellar.
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  19. Anonymous Member

    vapid sums it up better than "valid"

    There is NOTHING "valid" about LRH or his farty brain embolisms.

    He was a freak who died. The End.

    What came out of that whole dianeticz bullshit is the Miscavige culture of greed and death. A fitting end to a fuckwitted fat fool.

    He gets fucked by the David kid he supposedly used to fuck aboard the Apollo. How fucking poetic. What a shit cult to be involved with.
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  20. Anonymous Member

    However all that, very to the point and entirely true, is it not possible that the history of the cult, - in its entirety - would have some value as a case study in mass hypnosis, hysteria, fraud and criminality?

    The list could go on, but I settled for a little brevity.
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  21. Anonymous Member

    I see that as "if we forsake our history we forsake our future".

    If we don't learn from mistakes we are condemned to repeat them.

    We can reflect upon the nature of this particular 1950's UFO cult once we have ruined it, utterly.

    Until then, there is much work to do before we can afford to be philosophical about it all.
  22. Anonymous Member

    I see that as "if we forsake our history we forsake our future".

    If we don't learn from mistakes we are condemned to repeat them.

    We can reflect upon the nature of this particular 1950's UFO cult once we have ruined it, utterly.

    Until then, there is much work to do before we can afford to be philosophical about it all.
  23. Anonymous Member

    damn dp again - sorry guize
  24. Anonymous Member

    Fair enough an assessment. I sense that you were once a member of the cult and have had some kind of direct involvement.

    I had fringe involvement, a border skirmish.

    I had an encounter with a couple of cult members. One was extremely unpleasant and came close to ending in bloodshed. The other was quite neutral. My mind, life and family was not ruined by the cult or anyone in it.

    So I'm seeing the "history" of the cult as very much an outsider.

    I fully understand and respect the kind of perspectives that those who were once cult members will have on the situation.

    And I think our society has very interesting and efficient ways of dealing with these kinds of issues.

    For example, there are large numbers of people who collect IBM Selectric Typewriters, and they revel in them, eschewing word processors forever.

    There are large numbers of people who rebuild and restore 1932 Ford Five Window Coupes. And, there are people collecting every freaking document the cult ever published or otherwise produced.

    All I am saying is, collections of all those documents and all the paraphernalia will prove quite valuable to professionals like Sociologists, Psychologists, and Cultural Anthropologists as materials for studies of mass madness.
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  25. Anonymous Member

    I'm with you Auntie Social.

    :D
  26. JohnnyRUClear Member

    Why can't you do both? Is you a retart?
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  27. Anonymous Member

    Because discussing the relative merits of a worthless cult and all it's associated mind-traps is something that should perhaps be left to the history books once scientology has been eradicated.

    I see no value in it whatsoever, save for perhaps a lesson in how to avoid cultie child molesters like Hubbard gaining influence in future.

    I think the more it is discussed in terms of philosophical terms and trying to extract some deeper meaning is giving Hubbard & Miscavige more credit than they deserve.

    And I have never been a cult member, ever.
  28. Anonymous Member

    Because discussing the relative merits of a worthless cult and all it's associated mind-traps is something that should perhaps be left to the history books once scientology has been eradicated.

    I see no value in it whatsoever, save for perhaps a lesson in how to avoid cultie child molesters like Hubbard gaining influence in future.

    I think the more it is discussed in terms of philosophical terms and trying to extract some deeper meaning is giving Hubbard & Miscavige more credit than they deserve.

    And I have never been a cult member, ever.
  29. Anonymous Member

    Because discussing the relative merits of a worthless cult and all it's associated mind-traps is something that should perhaps be left to the history books once scientology has been eradicated.

    I see no value in it whatsoever, save for perhaps a lesson in how to avoid cultie child molesters like Hubbard gaining influence in future.

    I think the more it is discussed in terms of philosophical terms and trying to extract some deeper meaning is giving Hubbard & Miscavige more credit than they deserve.

    And I have never been a cult member, ever.
  30. Anonymous Member

    Because discussing the relative merits of a worthless cult and all it's associated mind-traps is something that should perhaps be left to the history books once scientology has been eradicated.

    I see no value in it whatsoever, save for perhaps a lesson in how to avoid cultie child molesters like Hubbard gaining influence in future.

    I think the more it is discussed in terms of philosophical terms and trying to extract some deeper meaning is giving Hubbard & Miscavige more credit than they deserve.

    And I have never been a cult member, ever.
  31. Caliwog Member

    It's the Hubbard culture of greed and death. Miscavige just took over the lease.

    ML,
    Caliwog
    http://caliwog.wordpress.com
  32. Anonymous Member

    Dox plz.
  33. JohnnyRUClear Member

    Stuck in an electronic incident? I hear something can be done about that.

    Srsly though, think whatever you like. People are going to discuss and ponder what they see around them, and you can't change that. They're also going to shut down the cult, and you can't change that either. {shrug}
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  34. John Basilone Member

    Do you understand "Dox"? One clam blathering to another clam about licking Marty and LRH's asshole is not "Dox"

    Show me proof that hubbtard did ANYTHING other than lie, cheat, and swindle his way though life.
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  35. John Basilone Member

    inb4 abused children and wrote shitty sci-fi
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  36. Anonymous Member

    Umm... OK.

    I just think there's a lot of energy wasted on discussing the relative merits of a fraudulent cult that could be better used to destroy it. Don't misunderstand, I love laughing at the clams, and Zi'm interested in the bigger picture, but reading the accounts of people still hooked a little on the basic principles of LRH bullshit trying to cling on to some sort of "tech" need waking up.

    Besides, was drunk last night...
  37. JohnnyRUClear Member

    Were you as look as you drunked?

    Have you considered that some people might actually need various kinds of discussion in order to move forward? Perhaps the discussion actually enables some people to get involved who otherwise wouldn't.
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  38. http://www.traumarelief.org/Gerbode.html

    Traumatic Incident Reduction and Metapsychology were developed principally by Dr. Frank Gerbode, M.D. Dr. Gerbode is a Psychiatrist and Certified Trauma Specialist. He studied philosophy at Stanford and Cambridge Universities during the sixties, then went on to receive his M.D. from Yale Medical School and complete his Psychiatric residency at Stanford University Medical Center. He spent more than twenty years studying alternative methods of helping individuals achieve their potential and enhance the quality of their lives.
    In 1986 Dr. Gerbode founded the TIRA, formerly the Institute for Research in Metapsychology. His papers have been published in the Journal of Neurochemistry and International Journal of Neuropharmacology . Dr. Gerbode developed TIR as part of a comprehensive system of healing and discovery called Metapsychology.
    He is the author of Beyond Psychology: An Introduction to Metapsychology. (1988) IRM Press ISBN: 0-945823-01-0

    " Despite our parting of the ways ( which was not without drama) and despite the advice of some of my friends. I feel it would be wrong not to acknowledge the wealth of information I found in the scientology materials. I have been able to put these materials to good use in my attempts to understand and align the data from all the various disciplines I have studied and to see the truths that all these disciplines contain. There was one year in which scientology and psyhiatry overlapped. During the day, I practiced "conventional" psychotherapy, and in the evenings I functioned as a scientology practitioner. I found my work in the evening to be much more effective than the work I did during the day. This fact FORCED me to take the scientology materials seriously."
  39. Anonymous Member

    Please don't yell, I'm still recovering from the party last night.
  40. Anonymous Member

    OK, you convinced me, he is a spruiker and a fool.

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