interesting definition of OT

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  1. Mimsey Borogrove

    Mimsey Borogrove Crusader

    In the below interview, after discussing Scientologist's viewpoint on dealing with "wogs" ( we are enlightened so we are doing this for your own good - a parental viewpoint) they launch into an interesting definition of OT. It starts at 1:38 into the discussion.

    Essentially - OT is A) No case on post B) No HE&R (human emotion and reaction) and C) Make it go right.

    Over all this is a very interesting video about CST etc. (CST - Church of Spiritual Technology)

    Mimsey
     
  2. Gib

    Gib Crusader

    yah OT, it about parallels what Nepoleon Hill and Dale Carnegie said in their their books, only different words, LOL

    https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/399.Napoleon_Hill

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dale_Carnegie

    Maybe these young ins will figure it out, it's all rhetoric and writing skills to influence. LOL

    oh yah, you are OT because you can make it go right, and have no case on post, and have no human emotions and reactions, LOL

    People have been doing this since forever w/o scientology or dianetics or hubbard. LOL

    What I disappoint in the interview is why did he leave?
     
  3. PirateAndBum

    PirateAndBum Gold Meritorious Patron

    Probably will find that here:

     
  4. F.Bullbait

    F.Bullbait Oh, a wise guy,eh?

    "Essentially - OT is A) No case on post B) No HE&R (human emotion and reaction) and C) Make it go right."

    By that definition OT stands for Only a Tool.

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    Last edited: Jan 28, 2019
  5. TomKat

    TomKat Patron Meritorious

    Still can't get used to the idea of Dylan's father, Rusty, being a hardcore Scientologist. He was a hippy in the early 80s, selling crafts in shows. He came from an artistic family; his father a poet, his mother a singer, and brother Steve an artist. Strange breeding ground for the latent fascism brought out by Scientology.
     
  6. Mimsey Borogrove

    Mimsey Borogrove Crusader

    Re a hippy becoming hard core: It was appealing back in the late 60's, 70's the spiritual side of scientology, the keyouts and their similarity to being high, I can see him being sucked in, yearning to learn the secrets of the whole track, of being OT, and ending up a zealot. Hell, I was that person back then. Mimsey