The following digest of HCO Information Letters gives some interesting information about the Clears which have been made recently in South Africa:
RON FROM JEAN 218JB l3/7/6l 2.40PM
RON WE HAVE GOTTEN TWO CLEARS. ONE JOAN JOHNS ONE PETER PAPADAKOS CLEARED ON ROUTINES ONE TWO THREE BOTH CASES BLOWN CLEAR ON GOALS ASSESSMENT NOTHING FURTHER MOVES TA THOROUGHLY CLEAR CHECKED ON COMPLETE GOALS AND TERMINAL LISTS AND PRE-HAV SCALE AND DYNAMICS CHRONIC EMOTIONAL LEVELS ON BOTH CASES ASSESSED AND PROCESSED OUT ON 5 WAY BRACKET.
RON FROM PAUL 219 JB 13/7/61 4.20PM
RON AND ANOTHER JOE VAN STADEN. I TOLE YOU AN I TOLE YOU....... WHERE ARE THE BRACELETS?
RON FROM PETER 231JB 20/7/61 2.15PM
RON HAL ROLAND CHECKED OUT CLEAR FROM HGC CONFIRMED D OF P AREA SEC AND MYSELF. NO DOUBT WHATSOEVER. AUDITOR EDITH SPENDER RECENTLY OFF HPA DID MAGNIFICENTLY EXACT JOB. INTENSIVE OF 125 HOURS ROUTINES 2 AND 3 PREVIOUS AUDITING 30 HOURS.
RON FROM HAL ROLAND 232JB 20/7/61 2.20PM RON
THANKS. HAL ROLAND.
SIENTOLOGY JOHANNESBURG TELEX JX299
231JB2 CONGRATULATIONS ON ROLAND TO SPENDER AND HGC STAFF.
This dispatch received from Peter Greene, Assoc Sec in Johannesburg, concerns the making of a clear in the HGC there:
I was thrilled to-day to send you the news about Hal Roland. He has been sitting close for a week ever since he flattened 12 levels of Pre-Hav on Routine 2.
We weren't able to use an HGA graduate for Routine 3, as Jean and Arnold wanted them to stay on Course for another week to stabilise the clears and give the others the best chance to make it too — which was very reasonable.
Several of the auditors in HGC, are now I believe, up to scratch. Leon Bosworth runs good control and Steve Roos, his deputy, no longer flounders since his last intensive. I had several auditors checked on Bulletins — by Jean Kennedy, and notably Rita Metz and Edith Spender were straight on their data, so since we had the chance to make a clear, we took it. A special listening post was set up in a room on HASI premises and Leon was able to keep tabs on the sessions. Hal passed a clear check yesterday in HGC, but when I further checked him in Wally's presence something further was found to still be bugging him.
Well that boy really meant to get clear. He went home that night and returned for his last session with 3 foolscap pages of terminals, on the Pre-Hav level that was still reacting. A 2-hours session to-day completely knocked it out. I have never seen such an unmistakable clear needle. Apart from that his manner, demeanour, etc, was almost enough in itself. I have done what you said. Concentrate on clearing and releasing and get the technical real. Release certificates are regularly being issued for HGC now — the last 3 HPA graduates checked out release, and Edith Spender has only been off the HPA a few weeks. Our technical still has bugs in it — but I believe will compare favourably with any HASI in the world.
Everyone was delighted with 3 clears from HGA Course but felt the only clears we had knowledge of were all off courses. It is a terrific boost to have an HGC Clear. Staff attitudes immediately changed with the realisation not merely that it could be done, but that it has been done. It seems easier to do it again.
The following report received from Arnold Gochin, instructor on the HGA Course in Johannesburg, will be of interest:
I have given Jean about 6 hours of auditing to flatten out a previously uncontacted engram (present life operation) which turned on a symptom which the doctor told her was an acute appendicitis. He ordered her to report for an appendectomy twelve days ago. The auditing cleared this completely. This letter to you is to give you some data on the E-Meter reading of people who are 75 hours past a clear check and thus near theta clear.
Two of our clears on course are beginning to show little signs of the excited tone arm, and your development of the new meter is eagerly awaited. It would seem that the meter must be set for a minimum of 1000 ohms and an equivalent of 10 on the tone arm.