The Church of Scientology is violating their own policies on PTSness and disconnection.
HCOPL Cancellation of Disconnection Policy 15 November 1968
“Since we can now handle all types of cases disconnection as a condition is cancelled”
Disconnection has been Cancelled!
This was not included in the altered new Miscavige versions of the Green Volumes!
Other policys being violated …
“DO NOT CREATE ANTAGONISM!
“HCOPL PTS Type A Handling of 20 October 1981″
In that policy Hubbard NEVER, EVER, mentions the word disconnection. The handling according to that policy is:
“Get in comm with the family member until the situation is resolved”
HCOB of 8 March 1983, Handling PTS Situations
It says perfectly clear…
“You coach him into two way communication that is well above 2.0 on the Tone Scale,
that mostly consists of acks and mild interest in what is going on… in other words, you handle this in real life..”
HCOB 10 September 1983, PTSness and Disconnection
In the section “Lost Tech” Ron says; “Earlier disconnection as a condition was cancelled.
It had been abused by a few individuals who failed to handle situations
which could have been handled and who lazily or criminally disconnected,
thereby creating situations even worse than the original, because it was the wrong action.”
This was originally posted by a friend of mine, Aida Thomas Class VIII Auditor
Additionally – Jeremy, let’s assume the argument is that the “SP declare” that was issued on your family was an “ETHICS” action and not a technical action. Do you have any idea how many ethics steps their own policy says should be done before “expulsion with a “declare”? Something close to 34 steps! (Ethics Review) Guess how many steps were taken before the final step for us? ZERO! Oh, at this point, there is a reference that is pulled out of context that states something on the order of “if one leaves Scientology he is no longer protected by the policies of Scientology” – that is double speak! Read it for yourself. It’s used to serve someone’s evil purposes to be right in the inhumane treatment of someone who no longer agrees with what is going on inside that corporate entity.