Gawd, yes its all true.
I remember you could not go anywhere without your keys - PO Box key, safe key (mine was a sturdy wooden cupboard). So if I went swimming I had to take the keys too. I tied them to the cord of my bathers. One day the knot came lose and I lost the keys in the sea. (Didn't lose the bathers tho)
I had a reasonable idea where they were and searched for hours trying to find them. I went home to get a face mask and returned, the tide had come in quite a bit and I swam around and over where I thought they were. Then (using OT powers) I found them! There they were sitting on the sand in about 6 feet of water.
Notwithstanding the fact that the dolphins had not cunningly stolen and duplicated all my keys and replaced them on the sea floor, I diligently replaced my locks and got a new post office box, and sweated on having to do lower conditions next time I got back to Flag.
The funniest thing about all this, is when you get out you realise how readily available these materials are - there is absolutely no need for anyone to ever steal them.
Plus if you read them, you dont get sick/DIE/spin in or anything. I read all the OT levels a little while ago, and simply felt embarressed that people have to pay so much money to do these processed. No negative effects at all. They arent mind-blowing to look at either - I was severely disppointed at the early OT1-3 stuff - glorified locationals for crying out loud.
But the charade of the security has to upheld so that they can charge the exorbitant fees for this precious data.
Just as the "precision" of the tech is upheld ... what with the video checked sessions, the need for verification from the Qual examiner, the C/S, the Deputy Senior C/S, and the Snr C/S as well as RTC ...every time you attested to something.
It is all treated so seriously - that is the worst part of it - it was not even fun !
I think the security measures and subsequent sec-checking for any rule breaking is all part of the mind-f..ck and part of the trap, as any normal person would be breaking some kind of rule most of the time.
My ex-wife will not speak to me, as she knows I have read OT3 on the internet.
My daughter, who is still in, I also told I read ALL the OT levels on the net.
I also told her that on the upper OT levels you learn that you had only 'mocked up' your past lives.
Why they just don't feel compelled to 'Google' these things is beyond me, as that is how any intelligent person would procede in my opinion.
I did!!! There were way more out-securities I didn't report than I did.Wow! I would have flunked security like every day!
This is how I felt the entire time on Solo Nots, just in an anxious state of rattled nerves - all because of the security requirements!!...one day I went in for my second or third session, I picked up my insulator, which was a piece of vinyl....under it was a correction list! Seriously, it was a near "secondary" it would only have been exceeded in pure shock value if I'd been told someone had died.
Me too!!! I was such an "upstat." I made it! I knew all the secrets now.And they were walking sooo purposefully past us, and we were in such awe of them! WE wanted whatever they were learning about behind those seekrit doors...
I think Terril knows where it is. Solo nots has several aspects different to audited nots..
RPECs were done from time to time, not on misowned track, seriously the amount of overt chains that were mis owned in a single six month refresher is staggering, try ALL of the according to the tech of OTVIII, it's unlikely if you ever ran your own whole track in session.
You did the ethics on the this life time overts that came up.