Idle Orgs or Implant Stations?

Today, Marty quotes from an LRH lecture saying that beautiful buildings are a great way to trap people. Thetans/bodies see the beautiful architecture, can’t resist going inside, and WHAM! They’re trapped. (LRH is right – every time I see a beautiful house, I can’t resist walking right up to the front door to see if it’s unlocked.)

The implication is that DM’s Ideal Orgs (I prefer the independent’s title, “Idle Orgs”) are not orgs at all, but implant stations*!

Here’s the thing. LRH marketing tech is based on survey data. I’m going to guess that the Co$ has a survey showing that people associate big, impressive buildings with stable religions that have been, and will be, around for a long time. If that’s the case – and keep in mind that it is very easy to phrase a survey to get the answer you want – DM might indeed have survey data proving that his Idle Orgs are on-policy.

So what do you do? Source says big impressive buildings can be traps. (Then again, that’s perfect for Scientology.) But Source policy results in data showing that big impressive buildings attract people. So according to LRH, big buildings are good and bad. Which policy do you follow?

See, that’s the beauty of using LRH tech: The Ol’ Fraud basically said everything about everything. You can justify anything you want with policy. Back in The Day, I could justify anything I needed with LRH tech. One can probably find tech that says the sky is pink.

Read Marty’s full blog entry here.

ML, Caliwog.

* Implant stations: A place where thetans have past-life memories erased and are implanted with false data (ie traditional religion) before being sent back down to the prison planet (our own dear Earth) for another lifetime of entrapment.

3 responses to “Idle Orgs or Implant Stations?

  1. Robert Biasotti

    Hello, Mentor,
    I went to the old site tonight, just to see what was happening. Wow! Lots happening! Oh, yeah, “marcy” (or one of her friends) is back under a different name (“Lopdop”). When will they learn that they stick out like sore thumbs?
    Oh, well.
    I checked-out Marty R’s blog and found one of your posts! It was gentle and respectful toward one who had just blown. (Something that I have come to expect from you.)
    I was flabbergasted at the viscous responses that it drew! The poor tiny-brains are still trapped in the little world that LRH “postulated” for them,and you certainly seem to have enturbulated it.
    I even posted on Marty’s site, twice.
    Yesterday, I posted this:
    Dear Marty,
    I just wondered what you thought of this?

    It never made it past his “net nanny” censor (big surprise!). So, today, I posted back:

    Dear Marty,
    You couldn’t answer a simple, straight-up question that was asked of you respectfully and without rhetoric?
    That, my friend, speaks volumes as to your commitment to communication, your “ethics”, and your general character.
    Sorry if I enturbulated you.

    Then I found your post. Oh, well, again.

    All of which brings me to the point of all of this. A few weeks ago, I bailed from Mark’s site (temporarily) to get my head together. I spoke of a juxtaposition of images in my mind, and described what I was feeling as “righteous indignation”. Well, it wasn’t. It was FURY. The kind which consumes you. Fury born of frustration(s). Frustration with a criminal organization and its apparent impunity, and frustration with the internecine squabbles between people who don’t understand that this is not about religion, it is about Human Rights.

    I felt that I needed to take a breather, to calm my furies. So, I did. Then I visited M.R’s. site, and a funny thing happened. I woke up! I have chosen to EMBRACE the FURY.

    Sorry, bro. This has to be. I’ll drop by from time to time. ‘Til then, just call me “P.T squared S. And the P stands for Pissed-Off!


  2. Don’t expect much entheta to make it through on Marty’s site. But keep replying anyway. I think – I hope – Marty reads it, and a little of the light might just shine through.


  3. Robert Biasotti

    WHAT THE HELL WAS I THINKING? I misspelled “vicious” in my first post here? AAAUUGGHH! Sorry, Sid!

    Anyway, I know that this is an older thread, but I just came across these little jewels on You Tube. They suggest that the the term “Idle Org” just might be the most accurate of all. Take a look:

    Where are the 8 Million Members of Scientology Hiding? Courtesy of RadioPaul1 on YouTube
    So-Called “ACTIVE” ORGS and MISSIONS
    PART 1.
    PART 2.



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