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Staff not Clear

The Goblin Wizard, Mon 25 May 1998

From: The Goblin Wizard <>
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Re: Staff not Clear
Date: Mon, 25 May 1998 02:01:18 +1000
Message-ID: <>

> littleLRH made the point that people can be on staff a long
> time without going Clear. In my experience a typical length of
> time on staff, spending none of their own money (because they
> don't have any of course), to go Clear is 20 years. Granted,
> the "high flyers" can do it in a couple of years if they are
> being groomed for ED somewhere. Also, what I noticed about
> London org is that the staff were mostly UNWILLING to go Clear.
> They would take every opportunity to tell members of the public
> and new recruits that they should go Clear but they wouldn't
> bother themselves. They simply weren't interested.
> But then they were in a position to "know".

This is worryingly true.

At my old org, the only 2 clears were the ED and OES.  Both claimed to
have gone clear in a previous lifetime : in fact they said they were in
the navy hospital, post WW II where LRH experimented and they went clear
without realizing it.  I might even believe them if either of them could
remember their names in that lifetime.

In fact, I was told a story that was supposed to impress me, about how
our current ED was a druggo, with hair down to his waist and was a total
loser, running from life, until he came into the church. All I can say
is, if that is the effect going clear has on your prospects for your
next life, I want nothing to do with it!!!

No-one else there is clear, as far as I know.  In fact, the only staff
even doing auditor training are 2 people currently on Pro TR's.  There
is a 14 year veteran who is only grade 2 (processing grade.  he has no
auditor training).

In fact, it seems to be hard enough to get them into the academy to hat
them for their posts.

Scary, huh?


the wiz

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