"Super Power" has a name problem. It hasn't been released by the CofS in 27 years. They have collected over $100 million for a building to deliver it in. The hype and expectation is considerable. There is no reliable information on the nitty-gritty of the processes/rundowns that comprise the CofS's Super Power, although it supposedly contains several rundowns. Some CofS people have received it, but they ain't talking.
In the independent field there's stuff floating around called "Super Power". On his website one auditor says he has received three versions of "Super Power" and that he is trained to deliver it. One of his pcs is publicly stating (as of Dec 2005) that he received it. But neither have posted specifics as to what exactly is being done. I don't know of anyone else in the field *publicly* stating that they deliver "Super Power".
There are also five items posted to Usenet entitled "Super Power Rundown Series", issues 1 through 5, dated 5 or 7 May 1993. I don't know who wrote them. The CofS doesn't seem to have had them removed from Google, so I assume they are not authentic items copyrighted by CST. But I do not know that for a fact, as they do not seem to be freely available on the Web.
In December 2005 I started to solo audit these items. I have been writing up my comments while doing so, in case someone else finds them valuable. This is not "the definitive critique of Super Power". It is not "Paul Adams trashing LRH". It is just one guy's opinion of what I have seen and experienced regarding some issues with the label "Super Power" on them. Anyone can write a bunch of crap and label it "Super Power", and until others start evaluating this stuff and publishing it where it can be read the mystery will continue. This is just the first "User Review".
mrinder | April 11, 2011 at 10:45 pm | Reply
CD — Who said they were in their right mind? Some ofd the craziest people you would ever want to meet have spent a LOT of time creating elaborate (and insane) stuff — ever read anything written by Koos? Or Steve Fishman? One thing for sure, it took a LOT of time to come up with all that crap.
Cat Daddy | April 11, 2011 at 11:10 pm | Reply
It’s a Game
Cat Daddy | April 12, 2011 at 12:09 am | Reply
Good old Paul Adams has tested things back in 2005
“There are also five items posted to Usenet entitled “Super Power Rundown Series”, issues 1 through 5, dated 5 or 7 May 1993. I don’t know who wrote them. -snap- Anyone can write a bunch of crap and label it “Super Power”, and until others start evaluating this stuff and publishing it where it can be read the mystery will continue. This is just the first “User Review”. ”