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    Book - All about Radiation (1979 version).pdf
    Book - Clear Body Clear Mind (1990).pdf
    Book - Clear Body Clear Mind (unknown version).pdf
    Book - Purification, An Illustrated Answer to Drugs (1984).pdf
    Book - Purification, An Illustrated Answer to Drugs (1990).pdf
    Book - Purification Rundown Delivery Manual (1990 version).pdf
    Booklet - Answers to Drugs.pdf
    Course - Purification Rundown Course Checksheet (for staff) (1980).pdf
    Course - Purification Rundown In-Charge Course (course pack) (1990).pdf
    Excerpts - Medical Claims within Scientology's Secret Teachings (1996).txt
    Excerpts - scientology-medical-claims.pdf
    Instructions - Cleaning the Purif Delivery Spaces (laminated sheet).pdf
    Magazine - Celebrity #354 Jan 2004 Ethan Suplee (topic is Purification Rundown).pdf
    Magazine - San Fran Gateway #385 Aug 2006 (topic is Purification Rundown).pdf
    Newspaper - Hubbard Assoc of Health Care Professionals (1994) (OCR).pdf



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    by Jeff Jacobsen, copyright 1996
    may be reproduced for noncommercial purposes
    version 1.2
    L. Ron Hubbard, a science fiction writer, published Dianetics: the
    Modern Science of Mental Health, in 1950. Dianetics is a theory of the
    mind in which an "auditor" guides a "preclear" through isolated past
    incidents in the preclear's life and "runs" the memory called an
    "engram" until it clears up within the preclear's mind. This process
    called "auditing" is done with an "e-meter", a crude galvanic skin
    response meter that supposedly helps find and "run" problematic
    memories. Note that this is a precise physical *process* supposedly
    discovered and scientifically tested by Hubbard. It is not a religious
    appeal to spiritual help. Auditing was and is touted as a secular
    scientifically proven method of handling mental and physical ills.
    In 1953 Hubbard founded the Church of Scientology. Scientology is
    advertised as a religion, and has even obtained tax exempt status in
    the United States, though under mysterious circumstances. Scientology
    uses the same auditing process and the same e-meter as Dianetics.
    Hubbard taught in Dianetics theory that an "awareness of awareness
    unit" was the basic entity of a human being. This is called "the
    individual himself" in Dianetics or the "thetan" in Scientology. It
    was by "very scientific, unquestionable means" (Ability magazine,
    Minor 5, "The Hope of Man") that Hubbard discovered the awareness of
    awareness unit, and "You and I or any scientist here in Washington
    government... would have come to the same conclusions" (ibid.).
    Thus, dianetic auditing and Scientology auditing both audit the same
    entity and utilize the same process with the same e-meter, the main
    difference being that Scientology auditing requires highly trained
    Scientology teachings have been jealously guarded by the
    church and only those who have completed Dianetics auditing and come up
    to the training level of "clear" are allowed to take the secret "OT"
    and "NOTs" courses that finally allow Scientologists to find out what
    their church teaches. The secrecy of these documents and teachings
    have been shattered in recent times, however. OT level 3, probably the
    most important of the course levels, was revealed in 1985 in a court case
    between an ex-Scientologist, Lawrence Wollersheim, and the church.
    Wollersheim sued claiming that the church harmed him psychologically
    and won his case. In 1991 the church sued Steven Fishman over his
    statements published in a Time magazine cover article about the dangers
    of Scientology (US District Court, Central District of California, case
    number CV 91 6426 HLH). Fishman placed the OT levels as exhibits in
    his case, and these were publicly available for several months. On
    Christmas Eve of 1994 an anonymous person posted the OT levels to the
    internet newsgroup alt.religion.scientology. Since then, the OT
    courses have been almost regularly available either on
    alt.religion.scientology or on a web page somewhere. Later the NOTs
    courses (newer related courses to OT) were posted, and as of this
    writing (September 1996) they have been posted 6 times.
    Although the church claims that these courses are "trade secrets"
    and are expertly guarded, they are nevertheless at this time widely
    and easily available to the public.
    One aspect of these teachings, and especially the NOTs courses, are
    the medical cures that they seem to be promoting. While Hubbard had no
    medical background and in fact only took 2 years of college courses
    with dismal results, he still made astounding claims for his auditing
    process, such as:
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    "The basic use of Dianetics is to make a well body
    and to augment physical treatment."
    Cure retardation [ibid]
    "Whole classes of "mentally retarded" children have been made
    more normal by teachers in London County Council schools using
    relatively unskilled Dianetics. "

    Cure goiter DIANETICS TODAY (1975 ED.) P.280
    "I've seen a goiter the size of a baseball visibly shrink and
    disappear in the space of one-half hour right after an engram
    was run."
    Cure polio DIANETICS TODAY " P. 353
    "A girl crippled by polio was able to throw away her crutches
    after my first session."
    Cure arthritis History of Man p. 7
    "Today, Eleanor has arthritis. She is audited... tonight she
    doesn't have arthritis"
    Speed broke bone healing DIANETICS TODAY " P.110
    "A broken limb will heal (by X-ray evidence) in two instead of
    six weeks."
    Cure effects of drugs DIANETICS TODAY " P.481
    "ONLY processing by Dianetics and Scientology can handle the
    effects of drugs fully."
    Raise the dead Magazine Articles on Level 0
    Checksheet 1968, "Dissemination of Material" p.75
    "A child had died, was dead, had been pronounced dead by a doctor,
    and the auditor, by calling the thetan back and ordering him to take
    over the body again brought the child to life."
    Cure migraines DIANETICS " P.125
    also see HCOB 15 Jan. '79 "Handling with Auditing"
    Cure cancer THE HISTORY OF MAN (1961) P. 20
    "Cancer has been eradicated by auditing out conception and
    Cure skin cancer ALL ABOUT RADIATION (1979 ED.) P.114
    Cure radiation sickness ALL ABOUT RADIATION " P.109
    also PAB no. 82 "Scientology is the only specific (cure) for
    radiation (atomic bomb) burns."

    Improve eyesight PAB no. 111 "Eyesight and glasses"
    also Dianetic Auditor's Bulletin vol. 2 no. 7 January 1952 "An
    afternoon with Ron" "You are only three or four hours from taking
    your glasses off for keeps."
    Cure a broken ankle HCOB 30 July 1973 "Scientology, Current State
    of the Subject and Materials."
    Cure insanity HCOB 28 Nov. '70 "Psychosis" "The alleviation
    of the condition of insanity has also been accomplished now..."
    Cure bronchitis HCOB 14 Dec. '63 "Case analysis Health
    "12 days after this auditing the coughing was still in abeyance."
    cure brainwashing HCOB No. 19 Dec. '55 "The turn of the Tide"
    "... in Dianetics in particular, we have the total antidote for the
    eradication of brainwashing."
    Miscellaneous claims DIANETICS (1987 ED.) p.72
    "arthritis vanishes, myopia gets better, heart illness
    decreases, asthma disappears, stomachs function properly and
    the whole catalogue of illnesses goes away and stays away."
    "The GE has the record of past deaths. Auditing it alters physical
    structure, eradicates physical malformations."
    "Paralysis, anxiety stomachs, arthritis and many ills and aberrations
    have been relieved by auditing them."
    Hubbard wrote that Scientologists taking courses were barred from
    visiting a doctor without express permission from the church "except in
    cases of severe emergency." (HCOPL 26 July 1965 "Release Declaration
    Restrictions, Healing Amendments). One must assume that the church did
    not really want sick people taking courses, and thus one could infer that
    it was assumed that auditing could handle any illness of the student.
    In 1963 the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) raided the church
    in Washington DC and confiscated their e-meters. The FDA sued the
    Church of Scientology for fraudulant medical claims and called the
    e-meter a fraudulant healing device. The church after many years
    finally settled with the FDA. In part, the ruling that the church was
    to abide by states concerning the e-meter:
    "The device should bear a prominent, clearly visible notice
    warning that any person using it for auditing or counseling of any kind
    is forbidden by law to represent that there is any medical or scientific
    basis for believing or asserting that the device is useful in the
    diagnosis, treatment, or prevention of any disease. It should be noted
    in the warning that the device has been condemned by a United States
    District court for misrepresentation and misbranding under the Food and
    Drug laws, that use is permitted only as part of religious activity, and
    that the E-meter is not medically or scientifically capable of improving
    the health or bodily functions of anyone.
    "Each user, purchaser, and distributee of the E-meter shall sign a
    written statement that he has read such a warning and understands its
    contents and such statements shall be preserved." (United States of
    America, Libelant, v. An Article or Device... "Hubbard Electrometer"
    or "Hubbard E-Meter" etc., Founding Church of Scientology et al.,
    Claimants, No. D.C. 1-63, United States District Court, District of
    Columbia, July 30, 1971 (333 F. Supp. 357)
    Obviously, the church was supposed to stop promoting their auditing
    process with the e-meter as having medical value. And it was assumed
    by the outside world that the church was at least minimally abiding by
    the agreement with the FDA, though it continues to sell the works that
    contain the previously quoted medical claims.
    When the NOTs courses were posted on the internet, some who read
    it perceived that portions of the series seemed to be stating that
    auditing could cure illnesses. Since these courses were not available
    to the public or even the FDA, no one had been able to observe any
    possible medical claim except Scientologists in good standing who had
    completed a long list of courses and reached the particular level of
    H. Keith Henson, upon reading NOTs, was certain enough about one of
    the series, #34, that he posted it in its entirety to the internet
    newsgroup alt.religion.scientology, stating that he was exposing
    medical fraud. He did this despite Scientology's well-known record
    for suing and harassing critics. The church promptly sued him (U.S.
    District Court, Northern District of California, case number
    I have reviewed the NOTs material posted to the internet and assume
    that it is the real thing, because 1) the church legally went after
    those who posted the NOTs for copyright violations, 2) former members
    vouched for the authenticity of the material, and 3) it is consistent
    with other church writings.
    Basically, the NOTs series are auditing methods that use an e-meter
    purportedly designed to rid the Scientologist of a multitude of
    unwanted spiritual beings attached to his/her soul. These unwanted
    beings, called "Body Thetans" or "BTs", can allegedly cause physical
    problems for humans.
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    For example:
    Series 2
    Being a Clear but not having completed OT levels "doesn't
    necessarily effect the person himself, but it does effect the body -
    severely." Series 2 seeks to motivate Scientologists to take the next
    courses by stating that "Clears should be told they are at risk until
    OTIII" of "illness, possibly worse."
    Series 12
    This series deals with mis-auditing problems. NOTs mis-auditing
    can hurt the physical body "dangerously so" by stirring up dormant
    Series 22
    A cluster of BTs can shut off nerve channels which can cause
    deafness or blindness - "when a cluster suddenly mocks up mass, it
    shuts off nerve channels." Extrapolating from this, one could
    imagine many other illnesses caused by such a phenomenon, such as
    blockage of the urinary tract.

    Series 27
    BTs and clusters can effect a person's perception.
    BTs are acting as various illnesses. Once audited away the illness
    supposedly is gone.
    "BTs or clusters being 'negative'... probably are the root of
    Series 32
    "You can run into a cluster causing damage to the body."
    There are several quotes within the series which clearly state that
    auditing can cure illnesses:
    Series 2
    "Clears should be told they are at risk (of illness) until OTIII."
    Series 3
    "If a guy has a bad secondary, or a bad injury, you handle that with
    Date/Locate [an auditing procedure using the e-meter]."
    Series 26R
    "If ill or injured handle [w]ith an Assist (NOTs 3)"
    Series 27
    "Body distortions" are cleared up.
    Series 34
    "The above are the full steps and sequences for handling a physical
    condition." [this is the series that Keith Henson posted, claiming it
    teaches medical fraud]
    Series 48
    "If the person is sick as well as being subjected to a dangerous
    environment, there would be no hope of recovery without auditing."
    Particular cases of cures are documented within NOTs:
    Series 48
    "This cluster... was the underlying cause of the stomach pain and
    the stomach condition." "...a full recovery to health was
    "Most people are sick due to some out-rudiment scene."
    Series 50
    "He started recovering physically. Articulation handled and walking
    improved." "This case was... considered incurable by the medicos."
    I have not elaborated on these quotes too much because they would
    require an introductory course into Scientology teachings to understand.
    Suffice it to say that these representative quoted portions are written
    in clear enough english to understand and comprehend.
    The church's current magazines also contain glowing testimonials of
    miraculous healings by using Dianetics techniques. Issue 65 of Centre
    Magazine (an SMI publication) copyrighted 1995 has a claim that a man
    was healed of cancer through Dianetics processes. In the island of
    Mauritius, Scientologist Maria Slender started teaching Hubbard healing
    theories. A man named Krishna Gopaloodoo decided to use Touch Assist
    and Nerve Assist techniques on his soccer team members; "I learned...
    so that I could cure the injuries of my players." Krishna's father had
    lung cancer and the doctors said "his days were numbered." Krishna used
    the Hubbard healing methods on his father, and he got dramatic results.
    The father was xrayed again and "the latest X-Ray showed a marked
    improvement in my father's condition." The cancer "started to clear."
    On the church's internet web page are many testimonials, some of
    which are about physical healing. For instance, "J.M." explains his/her
    "chronic vascular disease" was described as most likely permanent by
    specialists. After a week of auditing "all physical evidence of the
    condition was gone. It is 1 1/2 years later and the disease has not
    These healings were supposed to be the result of a precise,
    scientifically proven process invented by L. Ron Hubbard using the
    e-meter patented to Hubbard. All of the writings of Hubbard quoted
    above are still published and sold by Scientology. Auditing is
    scientific. Auditing heals. Auditing is a healing science. And
    auditing requires the use of the E-meter.
    It appears obvious that externally the church seemed to
    comply with the FDA agreement while to insiders it was unabashedly
    stating that auditing cures physical ailments. Apparently the church
    felt safe behind its wall of secrecy.
    How many Scientologists there have been who relied on the validity
    of these medical claims is unknown. In one case, Roxanne Friend v.
    Church of Scientology International, et al., "The Church settled this
    case for nuisance value" (IRS form 1023 documents submitted by the Church
    of Scientology). Friend "claimed the Church was responsible for her
    cancer not being earlier detected by not allowing her to see a doctor"
    (ibid). Roxanne Friend died of this cancer.
    Perhaps Ray Mithoff or some other high ranking Scientologist could
    fill in any history of failed handlings of medical conditions with
    Scientology healing processes.


    The Church of Scientology will no doubt attempt to fall back on its
    religious status and claim that these are spiritual healings and are
    thus exempt from FDA or any other secular medical rules and laws.
    However, the church's own writings destroy this defense.
    Hubbard wanted to impress people with a scientific background, and he
    inflated his training and experiences by vast proportions. Despite the
    fact that Hubbard only had 2 miserable years of college level courses
    at George Washington University, the church's books make the following
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    "L. Ron Hubbard, one of America's first nuclear physicists, ..."
    [inside jacket of All About Radiation].
    "...L. Ron Hubbard was trained in mathematics, science and engineering
    at George Washington University, in government at Princeton and has a
    Doctor of Philosophy degree." [inside jacket of A History of Man]
    "I was a Ph.D., Sequoia's University and therefore a perfectly valid
    doctor under the laws of the State of California." [HCOPL 14 Feb. 1966
    "Doctor Title Abolished"]. Sequoia University was a diploma mill where
    anyone for a small fee could obtain a diploma.
    In Professional Auditor's Bulletin #82, "Scientology, Translator's
    Edition" 1 May, 1956, by "L. Ron Hubbard, Ph.D. C.E." we have the
    statement that Scientology "was organized by L. Ron Hubbard, an
    American, who has many degrees" (Tech. Bulletins, vol. 2, p.406).
    Hubbard stated "That was the first and only time the government offered
    me a post as a nuclear physicist." (L. Ron Hubbard Creating A New
    Civilization Tape Series Tape A Postulate Out Of A Golden Age
    December 6 1956).
    Hubbard also stated "I happen to be a nuclear physicist; I am not a
    psychologist nor a psychiatrist nor a medical doctor" ("Dianetics: The
    Modern Miracle". February 6, 1952).

    Obviously, Hubbard was puffing his academic background toward the
    scientific end. He wanted people to see him as a master of the
    physical sciences.
    Hubbard claimed that his auditing process was scientifically valid.
    L. Ron Hubbard constantly makes the claim that dianetics is a
    "scientific fact." In fact, he makes that claim 35 times in Dianetics:
    The Modern Science of Mental Health. For example, "All our facts are
    functional and these facts are scientific facts, supported wholly and
    completely by laboratory evidence." (DIANETICS, (1987 edition) p. 96).
    Hubbard shows that he regards correct scientific experimentation to
    a high degree by carefully hedging his approval of another scientific
    experiment done by someone else. This test was conducted in a hospital
    to see whether unattended children became sick more often than attended
    children. "The test... seems to have been conducted with proper
    controls," (DIANETICS, p.143) he cautiously states, not having
    apparently seen the entire written report.
    Both Dianetics and Scientology are declared to be precise sciences
    by Hubbard:
    In the Scientology book All About Radiation is the statement that
    "Scientology has been called that branch of atomic science which deals
    with human ability" (p. 46, 1979 edition).
    Hubbard wrote that "Scientology is... more exact than what are
    called the physical sciences" (Scientology 8-8008 p. 13).
    "Scientology is the only workable system man has" (Introduction to
    Scientology Ethics, p.64 1976 reprint).
    Scientology "is, indeed, the most validated science of mind Earth
    has ever known" (Journal of Scientology Issue 40-G, "Validation of
    "It is carefully observed here that the *science* of Scientology
    does not intrude into the Dynamic of the Supreme Being" (Professional
    Auditor's Bulletin No. 83).
    "Dianetics is a science; as such, it has no opinion about religion,
    for sciences are based on natural laws, not on opinions" (Dianetics
    Auditor's Bulletin Vol. 1 No. 4, October 1950).
    "Scientology, which includes Dianetics, is a workable system. The
    route is taped. The search is done. Now the route only needs to be
    walked" (Dianetics Today p.951).

    With all of the above, then, how can the church possibly claim that
    its healing claims are *religious*? Dianetics was developed in 1950.
    The Church of Scientology was created in 1953. There is evidence from
    Hubbard's own writings that this "religion angle" was a business move
    rather than an actual move into the religious world.

    In 1962 Hubbard wrote "Scientology 1970 is being planned on a
    religious organization basis throught the world. This will not upset
    in any way the usual activities of any organization. It is entirely a
    matter for accountants and solicitors" (HCOPL 29 October 1962
    "Religion"). When Hubbard's healing claims began receiving scrutiny by
    governments and others, Hubbard apparently saw the need to distance his
    claims away from the secular to the religious. In United States v.
    Article or Device, etc.) the court stated "The bulk of the material is
    replete with falsehood medical and scientific claims devoid of any
    religious overlay or reference." Such attacks were concern for the
    Hubbard began to write of his concern that the church should appear
    religious; "promotion of the practice of Dianetics as a *treatment* for
    the sick or afflicted... by other than medical doctors, will violate
    the medical practice laws where they exist and lead to trouble" (HCOPL
    3 June 1969, "Legal Statement Concerning Dianetics and Medical Practice
    Laws"). Hubbard began to teach how to make Scientology appear
    religious; "Visual evidences that Scientology is a religion are
    mandatory on the PES... Stationary is to reflect the fact that orgs are
    churches..." (HCOPL of 12 February 1969, "Religion").
    Today Scientology operates by selling different courses and levels
    of training for very high, fixed rates. It claims that its upper,
    secret levels of training are trade (and thus, business) secrets. Its
    promotional mailings, TV commercials and other methods of recruiting
    stress the secular aspects of Dianetics and keep the religious angle
    in the fine print.
    So which is it? Is auditing a religious practice or a scientific
    process? From researching this question, I believe that auditing
    is sold as a scientific process that is also used to handle spiritual
    problems (the eradication of body thetans, or leech-like souls attached
    to ours). Those who join the church must first become a "clear" by
    taking Dianetics courses. Dianetics has NEVER to my knowledge been
    touted by Hubbard as a religion. Dianetics is "The Modern Science of
    Mental Health" as the title of Dianetics shows. Scientology on the
    other hand deals with the soul, so it could be considered religious.
    However, the Church has chosen to treat Dianetics and Scientology as
    inseperable siamese twins, and in fact Dianetics is under the tax
    exemption of the Church of Scientology, as I understand the church's
    religious tax exemption. So, there seems to be a split personality
    within Scientology; is it a religion that deals with spiritual
    aspects only? Or is it a science that offers physical cures?
    Can the Church of Scientology legally continue to promote auditing
    as a medical panacea? The FDA apparently thought it had put this
    question to rest, but it looks like they've never seen the NOTs
    writings that are being sold at present and in fact have been for
    years. H. Keith Henson's case is now going through the courts, where
    his defense of his alleged copyright violations will be that he was
    exposing medical fraud.
    The FDA should review its case against the church in light of the
    NOTs material. Potential Scientologists should be made aware of the
    amazing medical claims made by the church so they can evaluate its
    validity. And all of us should be cautious when dealing with an
    organization that won't let you know what they teach until you hand
    over thousands of dollars.
    "Those who seek constitutional protections for their participation
    in an establishment of religion and freedom to practice its beliefs
    must not be permitted the special freedoms that this special sanctuary
    may provide merely by adopting religious nomenclature and cynically
    using it as a shield to protect them when participating in anti-social
    conduct that otherwise stands condemned." (U.S. v. Kuch 288 FSup. 439
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    All these DOX could not have arrived at a better time for Hearings/Trials/Lawyers/College of Physicians Investigations:)

    My thanks go out to those who laboured - - MUCH appreciated!

    Time to fry some fish.

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    Clambake Lad
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    Page 6 - Clear Mind Clear Body:

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    ya some quack in a clinic 2 hours away dose not really meet standards of monitoring a patient daily of this process. I say BUSTED its all in black n white!!
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    OMG! The lawyers, investigators, and College of Physicians have a lot of reading to do.
    Printer is pumping out the DOX. Can't email the Colleges, must mail/courier by Tuesday:):):)


    Can you imagine I sent over 5,600 pages of DOX; just last week alone to lawyers/investigators:)


    OSA Canada ^^^^^ not smiling now.
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  13. David, have you seen this?
    (My emphasis).

    It's in the final pages amongst the:
    EDIT: Broke the links to bad or inoperative sites.
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    This ^^^^^ link is broken/won't open?

    There's "First Step" program open in the new "Ideal ORG" in Quebec City that I will be addressing in due course. It is operated by the "Dissolved Narconon Canada" Staff who were in Trois-Rivieres and "Ran For The Hills" when the shit began hitting the fan:)

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    I mentioned this to dave but for you all to see on pages 52 and 53 of the actual book of the purification rundown its states how the niacin has side effects like hot burning, itching of the skin, hives ache bones, and they say that this is caused by niacin interacting with niacin deficiencies which already exist in the cellular structure BUT then you read this page on overdose of niacin and the side effects are EXACTLY the same hummmmm. . . . .
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  16. My post wasn't so much about links and what is linked to, it's about the word "cured" being IN PRINT!

    Yes, the "getcured" link gets a redirect to a page with a dreadful WOT warning. I didn't go to the page.

    I didn't bother with the others. Guess I should break those. I'll do it now.

    Perhaps you should do the same to my quoted text passages.
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    How stupid do they think the Canada government and College of Physicians are?

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    Tx Jacky, I need to see and print the "CURED" doc?

    I think you know where I'm going with the Ontario College with this? (AND others) :)

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  19. What I posted is in the the last few pages of the doc you have leaked to us on this page!

    I did a text search on "cure" and came up with that url in the text. The only 'cure' or 'cured' in the entire document!

    On a search for 'medical' there are several hits on several pages.
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    What should I do ^^^^^ ?

  21. Break the links to the Narco/Scilon sites/addresses. Message #15, for example.
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    Ok, I think I gotcha. Took me to three separate pages so far? This is strange? But good!

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    This ^^^ loaded to this VVV ? WTF!


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    So a Narconon patient keeps relapsing, going back for Repairs until they finally "Crack" them
    into accepting Scientology Auditing Processes, like:

    This ^^^^^ is what they advised me to do. One of the staff arranged for a COS member to begin on me,
    but first they wanted to do a Sec Check? At that time, I didn't know WTF they were talking about,..., LOL :)

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    A GEM just popped in my email box: (PeterStorm, take a look at this in reference to the King Tuts Tomb dox)

    This ^^^ was about a 15 bed Narconon.

    Then they moved to Trois-Rivieres and moved into a 100 plus bed complex that Tony Putorti bought.
    Then Tony formed a Corporation named "Thetasoft" and leased to Narconon Trois-Rivieres for 10 years.

    Tony Putorti HUBBARD SOLO AUDITOR CERTAINTY COURSE Source 148 2003-08-01
    Tony Putorti STATE OF CLEAR Source 150 2003-11-01
    Tony Putorti SUNSHINE RUNDOWN AUDITING Source 150 2003-11-01
    Tony Putorti OT PREPARATIONS Source 155 2004-05-01
    Tony Putorti HUBBARD SOLO AUDITOR COURSE PART II Source 158 2004-08-01

    Sorry for a little Derail here, getting tired. (this will all make sense very soon when more dox are released and posted)
    A BIG shit load of dox:):):)
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  27. Intelligence Member

    Narconon Medical Dangers:

    The secrecy of documents and scientology teachings at Narconon will be soon shatter and be Exposed for what Narconon is: SCIENTOLOGY!

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  28. Nicely done video, David, ss for the loss of your close friend, Arlene, I'm sure she was a sweet person, very sad and totally unnecessary for her to lose her life in this way.

    The overall damage done to so many families who have been ripped-off financially, emotionally and physically for decades is staggering, thanks for fighting so hard for those who have suffered at the hands of these 'Church' of Scientology scamming predators controlling this bogus ALL Scientology "treatment' program called Narconon.

    A 'Non-Profit' that takes in 3 million for every 100 enrollees?, 75% of whom leave the quack program after being scammed for 30 grand.......
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  29. Intelligence Member

    Thank you; I will be meeting with family members next week and filing a Formal Complaint to the Ontario College of Physicians.

    Note: She did not die from liver failure, but according to the Coroner's Report, her liver condition was a contributing factor.
    She was permitted into the Sauna when the physician AND NN TR knew of her liver disease.

    Trust me - - heads are going on poles! (metaphore only - I do NOT condone violence)

    I will be knocking on more Parliament doors in Ottawa very soon:)

    We now have ten times the evidence documents.

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  30. Intelligence Member

    David Edgar Love
    Wire Service Canada

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  31. 00anon00 Member

    go go go David
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  32. Anonymous Member

    Holy fucking shit, David. YOU ROCK.
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  33. Tangerine Member

    I remember when you started this, and I'm very, very proud of you.
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  34. Intelligence Member

    Thank you for the kind words. I remember too. The reply to my first post said, "Dox or GTFO" - - of course at
    that time, I didn't know what "Dox" was, but I did know what "GTFO" meant,..., LOL :):):)

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  35. Tangerine Member

    LOL :)

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  36. enthaeon Member

  37. Intelligence Member

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  38. I just <3 these machine readable documents. It makes finding evidence so much easier! :)
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  39. Anonymous Member

    "L. Ron Hubbard, one of America's first nuclear physicists"

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