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The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

Discussion in 'Leaks & Legal' started by qwertyuiop1, Jul 14, 2009.

  1. Anon_1HG Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

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  2. NCSP Member

    Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    From issue 17:

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    ...and later in the issue:

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    R2-45, anyone?

    PS -- Did he travel anywhere without a goddamn pith helmet? :rolleyes:
  3. happy feet Member

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    If you want to research death records or obits from 1965 or 1967 whatever, then go ahead, but STOP with this stupid R2-45 / murder non-sense everytime someone dies. What year was R2-45 even appearing in Hubbard writing?
  4. Ogsonofgroo Member

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    I believe that would be 'piss helmut'

    "Hat used by explorerers and the mentally unstable, fell out of use in the 50's due to association to Dianetics founder Lron Hubbard. Known to have healing abilities, Pithe Helmets unfortunately fit only very small minds/heads, usually quite shrunken. David Micavige is rumoured to have an origional Lron hat that he uses regularly to wash his penis in, and gargle from; alas this is but a rumour as all pictures are faded polaroids and images are blurry." Wikifuck # 503

    :D

    :)
  5. NCSP Member

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    Sorry -- I didn't mean it seriously. Just struck me funny (funny ha-ha), the two items being a couple of pages apart. And as far as I know I haven't speculated on anyone else's death -- apart from making a joke about Quentin Hubbard a few posts back. I had never even heard of R2-45 until it popped up in this thread. Had to look it up on Wikipedia.

    Sorry though -- I should have realized it was a touchy subject.
  6. Anonymous Member

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    Well there is this from an earlier post - the fact of the matter is, had law enforcement been aware of this, and knew what R2-45 meant...Hubbard could have been imprisoned just for printing this...even if no one carried it out.

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    Unfortunately, at the time (pre-Snow White) the majority of law enforcement was unaware of just how dangerous was the cult.
  7. Zhent Member

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    Hahaha. #33

    edit: they even have answers (page 26 of pdf)
  8. Anonymous Member

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    7 across -- religion?...........hmmmmmn?!?

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    what does this mean?
  9. MongoLloyd Member

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    So far I've got:
    1 Across - "crap"
    7 Across - "swindle"
    9 Across - "hubbard"
    26 Across - "debt"

    2 Down - "as if by magic"
    4 Down - "arrears"
    17 Down - "drone"

    30 Across ('A Peron himself') must mean Juan Peron, but it doesn't fit.. weird.
  10. Ogsonofgroo Member

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    Lol, I am having idea nao (I'm a crosswerd jerk lol), time for some creative thought, will post result eventually, don't stay up late ;)

    Pretty frikken lutzy X-word, liek, um, doi. :rolleyes: think Mongo is gettin' it figured out :D


    XP (bet this is the only one? Is it?)

    The really scary part...............I fuckin' aced this POS in about 4mins........... GAH! Jest Kills me nao!!!!!

    oi.
  11. Anonymous Member

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    Hot 70s "priests"
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  12. Ogsonofgroo Member

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    STOP RIGHT FRIKKEN THERE!!

    Is it just me or is this one familiar? Someone gots the Nazi-scilon protest pic handy?


    Hmmmmm.


    :)

    Edit> Yeh yeh ta next poster below, agree, but, wtf, don't they look liek!

    > naziscieno.jpg

    Rem, only a few years apart, oh I'd so much liek ta be right, but if not well meh, cocks, pile of scums, beat me with wet noodles (*sigh*) etc etc.,. :D

    Its the noses that caught my cheese infested brainz attentions. so there. eh.

    :)
  13. Anonymous Member

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    Nope dude, it's just the 70s porn stache is throwing you. That magazine pic is 1974, the Clearwater nazis are 1979. Might be same person, but you can't prove it.. It's like a GF mask.. shades & stache cover up too much.

    http://www.lermanet.com/garyweber/nazi-scieno.jpg
    http://www.lisamcpherson.org/images/nazis_clearwater_79.jpg
  14. Ogsonofgroo Member

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    Regardevous edit above in post #92. :D ^^^^^

    Yeh, mullets an' stashes, great dishguises!

    XP
  15. Anonymous Member

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    It says 'South Wales' even.. an important distinction, since that part of Wales happens to look a lot like Australia.
  16. Anonymous Member

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    Note to anyone collecting these files:

    There are two types of pdf in this collection. One is the raw images and they are grouped by many issues in one pdf. The other files exist for each issue but they have been run through OCR and have searchable text in the pdf.

    More then one person is uploading .zip files and some zips have files renamed minorly for better consistency, so there is some overlap if anyone collects them all and throws them into one giant 2GB archive.
  17. Anonymous Member

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    [strike]1964-1976 are now uploaded (up to issue #129) check the beginning of the thread.[/strike]


    1964-1978 are now uploaded (up to issue #149) check the beginning of the thread.
  18. MongoLloyd Member

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    Moar! Yay! There's a Grade Chart in #107 - 1975!

    How does that compare?
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    The scam in a nutshell. Move the goalposts much?

    Argh, I see now the right picture is somewhat OCR-mutilated, would need redoing that montage with the original image instead. I suck.
  19. Olrik Member

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    So there was 8 'dynamics', as in OTVIII.

    Now it's OTXV. Logically, it should refer to 15 dynashits, but it seems that noone is as silly as L. Ron H and invent them, but who cares anyway. BUY THE BOOKS!

    I had the idea of counting the number of times they say "BUY THE BOOK" or "TAKE THE COURSE" or "BUY THE TAPE".
    Obviously they got something to sell! ;)
  20. Anonymous Member

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    *sigh* can you read? Eight dynamics matches what other philosophies and religions can identify as well.

    It says OTVIII and above!!!

    But keep on seeing only what you want to... Chart looks the same in fact.
  21. NCSP Member

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    I see what you're saying, but "Power on All 8 Dynamics" does seem to have gotten just a little more out of reach.
  22. Olrik Member

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    Fundamentally I don't CARE about what LRH wrote. That's what i mean.
  23. Ogsonofgroo Member

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    OTXV? yikes!
    As per the ol' gasbag Lron, if ya got them hooked~go for the works, if people kept paying for this tripe it'd probably go to OT C, and some poor slob would have to become Lron incarnate/channeler, or some such horse shite.
    We know its an never ending cycle of 'suck ya dry', I mean really, what they got now is people actually making it to (big gasp) OTVIII, then there is always something to make them repeat it, depending on how sucked in you are you could end up doing the whole silly thing over again from OTIII. Their whole bridge concept (well Lron's) is moar liek a hamsters wheel in a strobe light, somethin' liek that..
    Over and over, pay and pay............yeesh! No different in the long run than the origional stress tests nobody passes.
    Man I gots ta stops myself here or spew-blather, times fer zzzzzzzzzz's
    :(

    :D
  24. Anonymous Member

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    Solution here. Don't click if you want to do the crossword yourself.

    You beat me, Ogsonofgroo. It took me longer than 4 mins but I breezed easily thru most of it.

    It's really quite an interesting look into Hubbard's mind to see his "hints" lined up with his "answers".
  25. Anonymous Member

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    through 219 (1987) uploaded.
  26. Anonymous Member

  27. Anonymous Member

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    View attachment 100000f.png
    #127

    Have they ever had 100,000 auditors... heck 100,000 active members?
  28. Obi-Wan-anon Member

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    So was there an issue from the 1979 time frame? It would seem that they would have wanted all their culties to see the "CW nazi protest", even to the point of naming names for the "brave scientologists" that got in costume.
  29. Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    Even if you count all the active headless Scientologists it's not going to add up to 100,000
  30. Anonymous Member

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    What other philosophies and religions?

    I mean, sure - pretty much anyone can grasp the difference between individuals, couples, groups, species, life the universe and everything

    also it's a given that any other philosophy or religion addresses the relationship between a single being and the World at large

    but which other philosophies and religions characterize subsets of reality using the same scale of 8 divisions?
  31. Anonymous Member

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    Yes, there is a collection catalog posted on the first page@!!
  32. Anonymous Member

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    More pics please.
  33. Anonymous Member

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    All the files are on megaupload now!!
  34. stuwyatt Member

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    [Issue 147, 1978]

    I just saw this, and searched to see if its been leaked. Google says nope.

    There is quite a few mentions of it on the tl;dr page here - LRH Whereabouts project (3): RPF, PRD, Flag Land Base, Music & Cine, 1978 Tech & NED, ...

    And it even has the poster in full colour:

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    I have a feeling that this film, could it be found and leaked, would be rather humerous :)
  35. Ogsonofgroo Member

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    Lolol @ movie poster!

    Action-packed AND Suspenseful!!! Oh goody!

    Edit> Oooo lookie, they gots CoS's white-haired-hippy-judgement-dude-guy on the poster too, man that's gotta make it REALLY good xp Who the fuck is that guy anyway? What ol' Flubtard wanted to be?

    Omg omg, need ta track this one down, hey if they made posters of it then logic would have it that there are at least a few copies floatin' around......... jeeze, haven't watched a bad comedy in a while :D

    Its liek, erm, "What Came Outta Ma's Ass! the musical!" or somethin' :D

    *popcorn*

    XP
  36. Re: The Auditor Magazine-- 30 Years worth

    It has an IMDB entry - but it is pretty sparse, which is odd, you would think at least one of the actors in it would have listed it in their film credits - unless it was really, really bad...

    The Secret of Flag Results (1977)

    Also, when I googled the film title this entry from "Tommy Thompson" over at the Freezone popped up. Maybe he would be able to find us a copy...

  37. JohnnyRUClear Member

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    Do want. Ron meant it to pep up his troops, but if we can get it now, it'll no doubt pep up ours. Call it a bit of "battlefield mirth" for Anons. :-D
  38. Anonymous Member

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    When you are pawing through these images, keep this in mind:
    Points for any pre-history erasing stuff.
  39. Anon_1HG Member

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  40. whoever Member

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    I am having terrible luck with these downloads. I have attempted three separate downloads. When I've tried to open them, I get error messages indicating there is something wrong with the files. I tried these two and one other (I have forgotten which one):

    Filename: the-auditor-images-184-192-1983-..pdf
    File description: The Auditor 184-193 1983-84

    Filename: THE AUDITOR Issues 150 - 219 197..zip
    File description: The Auditor Mags 150 - 219 (1979 to 1987)

    For the zip file, I unarchived the zip file, but none of the PDFs will open ("the file is damaged and could not be repaired"), and my computer did not recognize the odt format.

    Anyone else having problems?

    EDIT: I didn't even try to download this one

    Filename: auditor-65through87.7z
    Filesize: 299.01 MB
    Desc: The Auditor #65, 67, 69, 71, 75, 81, 85, 86, 87 & original scans
    (yes, it is 7zip format, so just download portable 7zip, sorry it didn't add that much compression anyways)

    because I don't have 7zip, and when I looked it up I discovered it's for Windows only, not Mac. I wonder if my problem with the others could be a Mac thing?

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