Expanded Dianetics contains our tech for the handling of the neurotic, psychotic and destructive impulses in Man as well as some people who give themselves trouble or have trouble. Dianetics as early as 1950 and 1951 had its successes in this field. Twenty years of research and experience isolated in 1970 what psychosis really was.
When Expanded Dianetics was first issued those who compiled the case histories left many of them out and those they included were not shown as completed. This omission gave the impression that one did not finish an Expanded Dianetics case. In the current checksheets this has been repaired.
Upper level auditors, in 1973, were using fragments of Expanded Dianetics along with other processes. This has been smoothed out in the present organization of the materials.
Such cases as those who can only be solved by Expanded Dianetics live difficult lives and are often difficult to manage. Thus the auditor must be very knowledgeable on these materials and very skilled. We can solve such cases. But only where people know their business.
There are far more such cases around than one would suspect. The destructiveness of Man and his apparent general tendency toward 4th dynamic suicide stems entirely from a few of these types in his midst.
So Expanded Dianetics actually begins taking form with the first words of the first chapter of Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health:
“A science of mind is a goal which has engrossed thousands of generations of Man. Armies, dynasties and whole civilizations have perished for the lack of it. Rome went to dust for the want of it. China swims in blood for the need of it; and down in the arsenal is an atom bomb, its hopeful nose full-armed in ignorance of it.”
The last words of DMSMH were “For God’s sake, get busy and build a better bridge!” Nobody built the better bridge. So I did.
This full issue of materials and subsequent research presents, 27 years later, all the tools we have in the field of handling destructiveness in cases.
Use of these technologies brings us to a potential realization of handling the state Man is in.