"Clear" threw one of his kids off a cliff
From: Tom Voltz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Tom Voltz: Your Book
Date: Fri, 6 Sep 1996 10:04:02 +0200
clear baby <email@example.com> wrote:
>I have now read your book, as promised, and here is what I think
>First, this is not really a book about scientology. It is
>your personal story, well researched, intelligently written,
>in a pleasant way which is free of hate and insult. You are
>giving good examples - enough to understand the background -,
>and I think if people understand your book as a firsthand-
>report, the complete history of the church will not be missing
>(there are other books enough which tell it).
Ha, you probably missed that I used my personal story as the interweaving
factor for the various chapters.
>The most important plot in it was - for me - the story of how
>you cleared up the confused situation around the OCA-test.
>It will be interesting for a lot of people that scientology
>used (and still uses) this test without paying license fees
>to the woman who developed it, though she was severly ill
>and in urgent need of money to pay her medical bills.
>You have shown a lot of initiative to become the legal owner
>of this test. Your willingnes to let the CoS use it without
>license fees shows that you have been a constructive and
>contributing scientologist, who tried to correct a wrong
>to the advantage of his church, and that your declare is a joke.
>The following story of how they tried to ruin you financially
>is another sad example of what people can do and call it
>scientology, while it is everything else (and certainly
Clearbaby, you missed the point. While the story on the OCA was indeed one
of personal hardship it also served to show me EXACTLY the true face of
scientology. Up to that date I had thought that most "entheta" really was
the result of some peoples' weird minds. With the OCA matter I learned that
Co$ is an organization people need to be alerted about.
My key chapters actually are about scientology's political ambitions, the
understanding of "ethics", etc. But then I guess the average scieno is so
much fascinated by what the OCA can cause that that is what sticks in your
mind. After my tv show of last Monday I talked with an OSA lady about the
test and I guess she was pretty surprised to learn that I really am not
that much interested in it.
>And here we are at the point where I think that your interpretations
>are misleading. I really don't want to compare you with Dennis
>Erlich, but a bit of a similar pattern IS there.
Please DO compare me with Dennis, I'd be honored!!!
>Like Dennis, you got a full load of bullshit NON-SCIENTOLOGY
>right into your face. And like him, forgive me but I see it as such,
>you mis-attributed that bullshit to the religion of scientology
>and its founder, L. Ron Hubbard, while it actually had been
>created by a bunch of idiots who probably flunked every checkout
>on their technical training and admin courses, IN VIOLATION OF
>DOZENS OF POLICIES AND BASIC TECHNICAL PRINCIPLES.
That's what I thought too, and that's where most scienos are being mislead:
The "nice and pleasant" type ElRon writings are good to lure people into
Co$ and to warm them up for things to come (most of them really being
concepts from originating from other places, including the ARC triangle
which was developed by some U.S. sociologists a looong time ago.). At a
later point then "ARC" is replaced by "Tone 40, 8c and KRs". After all the
planet needs to be "cleared" and anyone who isn't bowing and agreeing to
the upperlings is a danger factor.
>I am far from calling you a liar (like I call Dennis who made his
>bloody revenge the next big game of this lifetime). I think it was
>simply too much for you. But for your book to tell really the
>TRUTH, it would have had to show how all these people deviated
>from LRH's writings, his goals, and the spirit of scientology -
>and how they were pulling the most promising tool for spiritual
>improvement into the dirt, in such a thorough way that it
>seems more or less irreversible (unless you want to believe
>in positive postulates or other such superstitions).
These people DID NOT, repeat DID NOT "deviate from LRH's writings". They
followed policy by the book. Tell you what: In the old days checksheets
were required to be gone through three times, based on the motto: Number of
times through the materials equals certainty. Go and re-read my book and
you will find which policies Co$ was acting on when they came after me.
And I wasn't exactly a nobody, you know. I had translated the WISE packs
into German and helped boom Germany's WISE activities (until the media
started acting); I stopped a newspaper report on how a "Clear" threw one of
his beloved children off a cliff in the Swiss mountains because he no
longer was able to apply the tech on the one hand and try to keep his wife
and family together who considered scientology a hoax. We got his full
documentation out of the newspaper head offices at midnight before his
envelope which he had sent was opened the next morning. Now THAT would
probably have stopped Co$ in Switzerland right there. So when you were
involved to the degree I was and then received the treatment I received and
having the amount of policy knowledge and understanding of how Co$ is
structured you just HAD to come to realize that their coming after me was
not the result of some weird individual but a rather systematic approach at
annihilating me. Miraculously my wife and I survived, which is why Co$ is
still after us.
>I am afraid the FULL TRUTH about scientology has not yet
>been written down in a book (and yes, I think I will do it).
Which is why I am working on my second book on the subject. It won't be 300
pages but its content will make up for that. Rest assured.
So please grab a dictionary and go through the book two more times. After
that clay demo the key concepts - and continue to "evaluate data".
As always, cordially yours
PS: Don't you think that the ElRon policy forbidding you direct contact
with me because I am one of those Espees is somewhat d-e-s-t-r-u-c-t-i-v-e?
After all we should be able to discuss the above in private email instead
of in front of the whole world. But then I am willing to go through each
chapter of the book with you right here on ars!
From: Tom Voltz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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