Joe Harrington ([email protected]) wrote:
Hubbard was a pretty dreadful auditor and his "model session" tapes are a farce. He evidently did not understand the working of an e-meter and to use it in the fashion as above in nonsensical. Other than Hubbard, I've never seen anyone use an e-meter in this manner and an e-meter is not an Ouija board.
We are now talking total "insider" talk. Those who have been trained as auditors and who have listened to Hubbard's tapes (tapes of him auditing that one is supposed to use as a model) are inevitably shocked at his style. LRH is supposed to be the model to follow yet if any auditor used that style, they are in trouble. For example, I remember so well in one tape where Hubbard says to the PC, "So how about an explosion? Do you see an explosion in front of your face?" PC didn't so Hubbard rambled on with some other ideas. I mean, folks, this so violates the "Auditor's Code" that it is a joke! His "acknowledgements" were ghastly and he rambled. On the one hand, he was loose and free and it meant (supposedly) that one could be loose and free, a la the early 1950s. But as soon as one tried that, BANG! SLAM! CRUNCH! "What does your materials say you are supposed to do!" "But LRH did it and ..." SLAM! CRUNCH! "What does your material say..." In other words, don't do as I do. Do as I say. Typical Hubbard.
Meanwhile, the stories of what it was like to AUDIT him were horror stories. No one wanted to audit him. The impression was that he was "source" and really knew the tech and so it was tough. Nope. He was a lousy PC, never in session and was actually NCG, always nattering about the auditors - which meant missed withholds but who's gonna tell him HE's got them! Right! You're gonna go in and tell "Source" that he has hidden crimes! (ROFL!)
Hubbard's law: Don't do as I do. Do as I say.
Robert Vaughn Young