LRH Policy

“…But anything which you must not touch and upon which you are not supposed to have any effect at all will sooner or later make you the unwilling or unknowing effect of it. Right?  And if I tell you, “Under no circumstances should you alter, change, think about, Scientology” – dizzz – all I’ve done is set up another monster. Right?  And in a world that is all too prone to build Frankensteins, we don’t need another one!…

The day it becomes a vital subject that we MUST have a credit in, Scientology becomes a slave subject.

So I ask you, don’t ever let it happen.”

– LRH, 30 Dec 1957 Cause and Effect. Ability Congress, Washington D.C.


“Those things I tell you are true are not true because I tell you they are true. And if anything I tell you, or have ever told you, is discovered to differ from the individual observation (be it a good observation), then it isn’t true! It doesn’t matter whether Isaid it was true or not. Do you understand?”

 –L. Ron Hubbard

from Scientology and Effective Knowledge, a lecture given on 15 July 1957


“Personal Integrity:

 “What is true for you is what you have observed yourself, and when you lose that you have lost everything…

 “Nothing in Dianetics and Scientology is true for you unless you have observed it.

  “And it is true according to your observation.

  “That is all.”

 –L. Ron Hubbard

“We own a tremendous amount of property. We own a tremendous amount of material, and so forth. And it keeps growing. But that’s not important. When buildings get important to us, for God’s sake, some of you born revolutionists, will you please blow up central headquarters. If someone had put some HE (high explosives) under the Vatican long ago, Catholicism might still be going. Don’t get interested in real estate. Don’t get interested in the masses of buildings, because that’s not important.

 “What is important is how much service you can give the world and how much you can get done and how much better you can make things. These are important things. These are all that are important. A bank account never measured the worth of a man. His ability to help measured his worth and that’s all. A bank account can assist one to help but where it ceases to do that it becomes useless.”

–L. Ron Hubbard

“That’s a funny thing for a church to do, really, and yet we accept it as one of the primary things a church does. It builds a building.

“Builds a building! What’s it doing with all that mass of stone, huh? So it can interiorize into that, too?”

–L. Ron Hubbard, in his Lecture of 27 October 1955 (4th London ACC) THE ROLE OF A SCIENTOLOGIST.

“Therefore, we really do have the remedy before the assault weapon is produced. Did you ever read poor old George Orwell’s 1984? Yes, yes, that’s wonderful. That would be– could be the palest imagined shadow of what a world would be like under the rule of the secret use of Scientology with no remedy in existence.”

–L. Ron Hubbard, from the origninal PDC tape 20, before this line was deleted by RTC

“We of the Church believe…

 “That all men have inalienable rights to think freely, to talk freely, to write freely their own opinions and to counter or utter or write upon the opinions of others.”

–L. Ron Hubbard

On being able to observe what actually exists, rather than what one wants to see:

Note that it is a computation, not a doingness, beingness or havingness.

 “It is a computation that the pc adopted when, in an extreme situation, he felt endangered by something but could not itsa it.

 “The pc adopted this because he couldn’t stand the confusion in a situation. So he adopted a safe solution. A safe solution is always adopted as a retreat from the environmental restimulation. He adopted a safe solution in that instance and he survived. His safe solution became his stable datum.

 “An idea is the thing most easily substituted for a thetan. An idea doesn’t have any mass connected with it basically. And it appears to have some wisdom in it so it’s very easily substituted for a thetan. Thus the idea, the stable datum he has adopted, is substituted for the thetan.

 “The stable datum was adopted in lieu of inspection. The person ceased to inspect, he fell back from inspecting, he fell back from living. He put the datum there to substitute for his own observation and his own coping with life, and at that moment he started an accumulation of confusion.

 “The stable datum forbids inspection. It’s an automatic solution. It’s “safe.” It solves everything. He no longer has to inspect to solve, so he never as-ises the mass. He gets caught in the middle of the mass. And it collects more and more confusion and his ability to inspect becomes less and less. The more he isn’t confronting, the less he can confront. This becomes a dwindling spiral.

 “And it is something that everyone unintentionally or otherwise is telling the pc is wrong and causing him to assert that it is right. The perfect solution when he first got hold of it.

 “That is the anatomy of the service facsimile.”

–L. Ron Hubbard


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