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ENGLISH DOCS FOR THIS DATE- Modern Repetitive Prepchecking - B780907

RUSSIAN DOCS FOR THIS DATE- Современная Повторная Предпроверка - Б780907R78
Saint Hill Manor, East Grinstead, Sussex
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(This HCOB cancels HCOB 8 April 70 Iss II, MORE ON PREPCHECKS and BTB 10 April 72RA PREPCHECKS. The correct procedure for handling an ARC break uncovered during a Prepcheck is contained herein.)


Prepchecking in varying forms has been with us since the early sixties and has quite a long history which is available in the Saint Hill Special Briefing Course tapes and the Tech Volumes.

The latest form of Prepchecking, Repetitive Prepchecking, has been used by many with very good results for quite some time. It is a simple and very workable process which can be widely used.

Since there has been no comprehensive bulletin on Modern Repetitive Prepchecking, I thought I would describe and clarify it for you.


There are 20 Prepcheck buttons, which are used in the following order:

Virtually any charged subject or area can be prepchecked. The buttons are used to take charge off the subject.

A question is formed around each of the buttons, and each question is run repetitively to F/N, cog, VGIs. The button is prefaced with the subject (“On going to school,” “On auditing,” etc.) or with a time limiter (“Since last August,” “Since your last session,” etc.). Both subject and time limiter can be used. Thorough use of the Prepcheck buttons will blow the charge from that item.

The only time Prepchecking cannot be done is while running Dianetics. To do so mushes up engrams.

The question has to be tailored to the button. So we have:

In the case of the button Mistake Been Made, the command would be:


0. If this is the pcs first Prepcheck, or if it has not been previously cleared, fully clear the definitions of each of the Prepcheck buttons with the pc, clear the Prepcheck questions, and go over the procedure with him so that he understands how it will be run.

1. Clear the subject or time limiter you will be using.

2. Let the pc know you will be checking the first question on the meter.

“On _______ has anything been suppressed?” (or appropriate variation, depending on the use of the time limiter or subject.)

If the question does not read instantly, leave it and go on to the next Prepcheck question. You do not run unreading questions, so there’s no sense in sitting there, waiting for the pc to rummage around for an answer when the meter shows there is no charge on the question in the first place.

If the question reads, go right into it and run it repetitively to F/N, cog, VGIs.

3. Check the next Prepcheck button. “On _______ has anything been evaluated?” If reading, take to F/N, cog, VGIs per the above procedure.

4. Handle each Prepcheck button until you have reached the EP of a big win, major cog on the subject or regained ability, accompanied by an F/N and VGIs.

In some cases you may have to prepcheck all the buttons before the EP is reached, but be alert. Recognize the EP. Don’t overrun.

There is no need, when the pc runs out of answers, to recheck the question. The question has already read, so you just run it repetitively to F/N, cog, VGIs. If the pc insists he’s out of answers, it may be that an out rudiment or some situation requiring TR 4 or other handling has cropped up. Find out what’s going on and handle. Do not just abandon the Prepcheck button because it does not now read. Take it to its EP!

When a Prepcheck uncovers an ARC break, you handle the ARC break with ARCU CDEINR E/S to F/N. The ARC break thus handled, that is the EP for that Prepcheck button. You then go on to the next button and check it.

Prepchecks are a very effective method for releasing charge and provide much relief. And they’re very simple to do, especially in their most modern form. So just study up, drill it well, and do it with your pc. You’ll have fine results.