LRH on disconnection

I’ve been working on an article that was a reply to Marty’s blog post of August 11th, Ayatollah Miscavige and Radical Scientology, in which Marty compared David Miscavige’s actions to radical Islamic terrorists. (No, really.) My goal was to show that each of the accusations Marty leveled against David Miscavige could be attributed to L. Ron Hubbard, and I was going to do so simply by quoting LRH policy with no additional comment.

This is turning out to be a difficult post to write, because there are so gosh darn many LRH quotes to pick from. It’ll take me at least a week!

In the mean time, I wanted to share an excerpt from one of the LRH policies I found. This is what LRH has to say about disconnection in HCOB 10 September 1983, “PTSness AND DISCONNECTION.” (PTS means Potential Trouble Source, and it is defined as a person connected to a Supressive Person, which is an individual who is antagonistic towards Scientology.)

The term “disconnection” is defined as a self-determined decision made by an individual that he is not going to be connected to another. It is a severing of a communication line.

It is much like trying to deal with a criminal. If he will not handle, the society resorts to the only other solution: It “disconnects” the criminal from the society…

A Scientologist can become PTS by reason of being connected to someone that is antagonistic to Scientology or its tenets. In order to resolve the PTS condition, he either HANDLES the other person’s antagonism…or, as a last resort when all attempts to handle have failed, he disconnects from the person. He is simply exercising his right to communicate or not to communicate with a particular person.

Earlier, disconnection as a condition was canceled… This put Scientologists at a disadvantage.

The bare fact is that disconnection is a vital tool in handling PTSness and can be very effective when used correctly.

Therefore, the tech of disconnection is hereby restored to use…

In truth, an SP is absolutely, completely terrified of anyone becoming more powerful. In such an instance the PTS isn’t going to get anywhere trying to “handle” the person. The answer is to sever the connection.

The technology of disconnection is essential in the handling of PTSes. It can and has saved lives and untold trouble and upset. It must be preserved and used correctly. — LRH

Remember, kids, Scientology does not break up families. And even though Marty and the Independents believe firmly in LRH and LRH tech, we needn’t worry about disconnection; Independents only want pure LRH tech. Like…

Like what I just quoted.



2 responses to “LRH on disconnection

  1. Did anyone see Marty’s post about DM” and the stuff about his brother?

    My goodness, Marty is a dickhead.

    Marty has been threatening to deliver a blow against DM and he has done nothing. I feel like I am watching a television series that never delivers. In all the false prophets to ever step forward who stupidly believe in Scientology that have come and gone, none have disappointed as much as Marty.

    He is a goof. And as for his brother, he was dead to Marty anyways. I have no doubt that if his brother rejected Scn, that Marty would have disconnected from him anyway and he would have done what he did.

    The fact that Marty joined Scn was probably the nail in the coffin for his brother – his brother was definitely beyond real help at that point. And Marty and Scn would have made him worse, or sent him off to his grave anyways.

    Marty could ahve obtained real help, but chose in the BS that is Scientology. Like Cancer, Scientology cures that right…?

    Does his family have a history of mental issues? I am seeing a pattern here…

  2. ^^^^
    are you really Aaron Saxton?

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