John W. Galusha, Founder of Idenics

Alanzo

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It was at these lectures that bt's first became a auditing subject - the original purpose of the meter was to locate and handle entities.

Entities who take on beingnesses of people the pc has been in conflict with are also mentioned in History of Man.
 

Smitty

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John Galusha was an instructor of original Hubbard Certified Auditor course

This is from page 1 of the Journal of Scientology issue 32-G in 1954:
"H.C.A.- BSCN. SCHOOL OPENS AUGUST 1 AT HASI IN PHOENIX

In an effort to raise auditing standards even further the Hubbard Association of Scientologists, International is opening a Professional Auditor school in Phoenix, Arizona on August 1, 1954.

The Advanced Clinical Course accumulated so much teaching technology on a Doctorate level that the HASI desires to pass this on to other auditing grades.

The course will be two months in length. Enrollment can be on any Monday. The course, if completed, will lead to certification as a Hubbard Certified Auditor and after some additional training and field work, a Bachelor of Scientology degree. Theta clear will be requisite for course completion.

Instruction will be given under the supervision of L. Ron Hubbard personally, who will be assisted by L. Ron Hubbard, Jr., B.Scn., H.G.A., John Galusha, D.Scn., H.G.A. and Richard Steves, D.Scn., H.G.A."
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Smitty

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John Galusha's involvement with the Group Auditor's Handbook

This excerpt is from issue 32-G on page 2 of the Journal of Scientology from 1954:
"group auditor's handbook

Having almost sold out its first edition at the Congress without ever being announced to the general public, the GROUP AUDITOR'S HANDBOOK bids fair to be the best seller of the summer.

Condensing all the successful processes developed by L. Ron Hubbard in the Advanced Clinical Courses and tested extensively before its final codification by John Galusha, D.Scn., H.G.A., the GROUP AUDITOR'S HANDBOOK contains ten action packed group sessions in its fifty-nine informative pages.

The Handbook is a red covered imposing volume. To give the group auditor less pages to turn and to give him the largest possible type for his group instruction, the book is 14 inches long and 83 inches wide.

Complete with instructions for use written by L. Ron Hubbard, the Handbook contains everything from Group Opening Procedure to the remedy of boredom. Every group level technique except Opening Procedure by Duplication is included in this volume.

This was the book used by the Seminar Leaders in the Fourth International Congress which, combined with the auditing given the Congress by L.R.H., produced some remarkable results reported by Congress delegates. "
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Smitty

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Article written by John Galusha in 1954

This article is from page 5 of the 1954 Journal of Scientology issue 32-G:

"a simple summary of Scientology

Any action a person engages in is primarily concerned with just one thing: the location of objects and energy in time and space. This is not to say that one has no other abilities. There are many abilities one has or could have, but none of them get quite so much usage as the ability to locate things in time and space.

The exercise of any perceptic is the action of locating in time and space. One looks at an item and thereby locates it in space; he sees where it is. He also locates it in time; the time is when he is looking at it; This follows for all perceptics. When it does not follow the individual becomes upset. For instance, a sudden sound occurs and the hearer wonders where it came from. He feels much better when he has located the source of the sound. When these things are not located, one is left wondering "What is the source of the sound?" "Where is the source of that flash of light?" "Where is that smell coming from?" A great many people in the world are at present engaged upon locating the "flying saucers" which have been reported to have been located momentarily by sight.

Another aspect of the locating of things in time and space is the actual placing of items. Parking an automobile, setting a table for a meal, placing one's hat on his head, putting one foot before the other in walking, are all actions of locating things in time and space. This becomes a matter of real precision to an athlete, a dancer, a skilled workman, an artist, or to anyone else who is interested in doing what he does competently.

Remembering is an action of the same ability. If a thing is remembered accurately by an individual, he remembers where and when the thing occurred. Memory is precise and useful to whatever degree it locates accurately in time and space.

Prediction is, again, the same action. One says that he will have dinner at a certain place at a certain hour, and he is as certain of this prediction as he is able to locate the energies and objects involved.

Anyone who has ever been lost knows how necessary it is to be able to locate himself in time and space. Any auditor is familiar with this one to a much greater degree than most other people. To many people this one does not make sense. But put it on the basis of "Have you ever been lost?" and it gets home very quickly.

One is as able to be, to do and to have as he is able to locate things in time and space. An actor, a salesman, a speaker, each must be able to be various things in order to succeed. An athlete, a workman, an executive must be able to do. Any person is concerned with having. If one cannot locate his goals and ideas and orient them properly, he cannot be what he wishes to be. If one cannot place such things as his body, his tools or his orders in the right place at the right time, his doingness will be largely restricted. Being unable to locate his hat, an individual certainly can't have it.

Individuals have the ability to locate things in time and space in varying degrees --a gradient scale of this ability. As a person is processed he less often says, "Where is it?" and more often says, "It is there." Scientology is the Science of knowing how to know, and one thing anyone could afford to know better is how to locate things in time and space with certainty. The ability to move, to cause motion, to communicate, to receive communication, to cause the effects one desires to cause, all these things are to a very great degree dependent upon one's ability to locate things in time and space.

John Galusha"

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Alan

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This article is from page 5 of the 1954 Journal of Scientology issue 32-G:

"a simple summary of Scientology

Any action a person engages in is primarily concerned with just one thing: the location of objects and energy in time and space. This is not to say that one has no other abilities. There are many abilities one has or could have, but none of them get quite so much usage as the ability to locate things in time and space.

The exercise of any perceptic is the action of locating in time and space. One looks at an item and thereby locates it in space; he sees where it is. He also locates it in time; the time is when he is looking at it; This follows for all perceptics. When it does not follow the individual becomes upset. For instance, a sudden sound occurs and the hearer wonders where it came from. He feels much better when he has located the source of the sound. When these things are not located, one is left wondering "What is the source of the sound?" "Where is the source of that flash of light?" "Where is that smell coming from?" A great many people in the world are at present engaged upon locating the "flying saucers" which have been reported to have been located momentarily by sight.

Another aspect of the locating of things in time and space is the actual placing of items. Parking an automobile, setting a table for a meal, placing one's hat on his head, putting one foot before the other in walking, are all actions of locating things in time and space. This becomes a matter of real precision to an athlete, a dancer, a skilled workman, an artist, or to anyone else who is interested in doing what he does competently.

Remembering is an action of the same ability. If a thing is remembered accurately by an individual, he remembers where and when the thing occurred. Memory is precise and useful to whatever degree it locates accurately in time and space.

Prediction is, again, the same action. One says that he will have dinner at a certain place at a certain hour, and he is as certain of this prediction as he is able to locate the energies and objects involved.

Anyone who has ever been lost knows how necessary it is to be able to locate himself in time and space. Any auditor is familiar with this one to a much greater degree than most other people. To many people this one does not make sense. But put it on the basis of "Have you ever been lost?" and it gets home very quickly.

One is as able to be, to do and to have as he is able to locate things in time and space. An actor, a salesman, a speaker, each must be able to be various things in order to succeed. An athlete, a workman, an executive must be able to do. Any person is concerned with having. If one cannot locate his goals and ideas and orient them properly, he cannot be what he wishes to be. If one cannot place such things as his body, his tools or his orders in the right place at the right time, his doingness will be largely restricted. Being unable to locate his hat, an individual certainly can't have it.

Individuals have the ability to locate things in time and space in varying degrees --a gradient scale of this ability. As a person is processed he less often says, "Where is it?" and more often says, "It is there." Scientology is the Science of knowing how to know, and one thing anyone could afford to know better is how to locate things in time and space with certainty. The ability to move, to cause motion, to communicate, to receive communication, to cause the effects one desires to cause, all these things are to a very great degree dependent upon one's ability to locate things in time and space.

John Galusha"

Smitty

Good write up of the Green Zone abilities! :)
 

Smitty

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Your comment on John Galusha's article

Alan,
John Galusha is the founder of Idenics, http://www.idenics.com
This article was one of John's views on the subject of scientology in 1954. It is an article, not a write-up as you state. It has nothing to do with "Green Zone abilities", which is a term that you use for one of your constructs. I trust the readers of this thread to understand this article as John intended.
Smitty
 

Vinaire

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This article is from page 5 of the 1954 Journal of Scientology issue 32-G:

"a simple summary of Scientology

Any action a person engages in is primarily concerned with just one thing: the location of objects and energy in time and space. This is not to say that one has no other abilities. There are many abilities one has or could have, but none of them get quite so much usage as the ability to locate things in time and space.

The exercise of any perceptic is the action of locating in time and space. One looks at an item and thereby locates it in space; he sees where it is. He also locates it in time; the time is when he is looking at it; This follows for all perceptics. When it does not follow the individual becomes upset. For instance, a sudden sound occurs and the hearer wonders where it came from. He feels much better when he has located the source of the sound. When these things are not located, one is left wondering "What is the source of the sound?" "Where is the source of that flash of light?" "Where is that smell coming from?" A great many people in the world are at present engaged upon locating the "flying saucers" which have been reported to have been located momentarily by sight.

Another aspect of the locating of things in time and space is the actual placing of items. Parking an automobile, setting a table for a meal, placing one's hat on his head, putting one foot before the other in walking, are all actions of locating things in time and space. This becomes a matter of real precision to an athlete, a dancer, a skilled workman, an artist, or to anyone else who is interested in doing what he does competently.

Remembering is an action of the same ability. If a thing is remembered accurately by an individual, he remembers where and when the thing occurred. Memory is precise and useful to whatever degree it locates accurately in time and space.

Prediction is, again, the same action. One says that he will have dinner at a certain place at a certain hour, and he is as certain of this prediction as he is able to locate the energies and objects involved.

Anyone who has ever been lost knows how necessary it is to be able to locate himself in time and space. Any auditor is familiar with this one to a much greater degree than most other people. To many people this one does not make sense. But put it on the basis of "Have you ever been lost?" and it gets home very quickly.

One is as able to be, to do and to have as he is able to locate things in time and space. An actor, a salesman, a speaker, each must be able to be various things in order to succeed. An athlete, a workman, an executive must be able to do. Any person is concerned with having. If one cannot locate his goals and ideas and orient them properly, he cannot be what he wishes to be. If one cannot place such things as his body, his tools or his orders in the right place at the right time, his doingness will be largely restricted. Being unable to locate his hat, an individual certainly can't have it.

Individuals have the ability to locate things in time and space in varying degrees --a gradient scale of this ability. As a person is processed he less often says, "Where is it?" and more often says, "It is there." Scientology is the Science of knowing how to know, and one thing anyone could afford to know better is how to locate things in time and space with certainty. The ability to move, to cause motion, to communicate, to receive communication, to cause the effects one desires to cause, all these things are to a very great degree dependent upon one's ability to locate things in time and space.

John Galusha"

Smitty

Very intelligently put.

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Alan

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Alan,
John Galusha is the founder of Idenics, http://www.idenics.com
This article was one of John's views on the subject of scientology in 1954. It is an article, not a write-up as you state. It has nothing to do with "Green Zone abilities", which is an term that you use for one of your constructs. I trust the readers of this thread to understand this article as John intended.
Smitty

:duh:

How very cultish of you!

John intended it for use - not for veneration!

To quote the first paragraph:

"Any action a person engages in is primarily concerned with just one thing: the location of objects and energy in time and space. This is not to say that one has no other abilities. There are many abilities one has or could have, but none of them get quite so much usage as the ability to locate things in time and space."

Could that be applied to now?
 

Colleen K. Peltomaa

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:duh:

How very cultish of you!

John intended it for use - not for veneration!

To quote the first paragraph:

"Any action a person engages in is primarily concerned with just one thing: the location of objects and energy in time and space. This is not to say that one has no other abilities. There are many abilities one has or could have, but none of them get quite so much usage as the ability to locate things in time and space."

Could that be applied to now?


Please, no more gurus, as much as I appreciate John Galusha and bend over backwards to bring his work to hopefully help others on a path of enlightenment. John G. is an awesome being and I suspect he came a long way from the time he was writing about Scientology to the day when he reported that he had achieved egolessness.

Alan, in your system, what zone is egolessness?
 

Smitty

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Reply to Colleen

Hi Colleen,
Nothing right now. I copied excerpts from the Journal of Scientology where John was notably mentioned. If I find anything else, I will post it.
Regards,
Smitty
 

Colleen K. Peltomaa

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Hi Colleen,
Nothing right now. I copied excerpts from the Journal of Scientology where John was notably mentioned. If I find anything else, I will post it.
Regards,
Smitty

I will always regard John G. as a milestone in helping me to get back onto The Path (called "Bridge" in Scientology, but I prefer "path").
 

Alan

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Please, no more gurus, as much as I appreciate John Galusha and bend over backwards to bring his work to hopefully help others on a path of enlightenment. John G. is an awesome being and I suspect he came a long way from the time he was writing about Scientology to the day when he reported that he had achieved egolessness.

Alan, in your system, what zone is egolessness?

Top of the Gold Zone :happydance:
 

nw2394

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Oh dear. This wouldn't be the two, er, "not quite Scio, but we try to be serious" offshoots of the FZ trying to carve up turf would it.

Nick
 

Alan

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Oh dear. This wouldn't be the two, er, "not quite Scio, but we try to be serious" offshoots of the FZ trying to carve up turf would it.

Nick

Nah! There will be multitudes of Omni-Sovereign co-creators and co-sources :)
 

Smitty

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The meaning of "G" in Journal of Scientology issue numbers

The G after the Journal of Scientology issue number means "general". As originally conceived, the Journal was to have two other special public versions, but those never materialized.
Smitty
 

gomorrhan

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Oh dear. This wouldn't be the two, er, "not quite Scio, but we try to be serious" offshoots of the FZ trying to carve up turf would it.

Nick
Which offshoots are you referring to, Nick? CBR vs. Pilot? Or Standard Scientology (which version? 1966? 1972? 1978? 1984? GATT? 1952? are these all "offshoots"?)
 
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