Title: "SERPENT IN THE WHITE HOUSE" Chapter 1,
Laundering Dianetic (reference:clinton and scientology)
Date: Sat, 26 Sep 1998 17:25:22 GMT
TITLE: SERPENT IN THE WHITE HOUSE subtitle: how the satanic underground of scientology seized the Executive branch of The United States Government reference: Clinton and scientology [In response to the e mail I'm getting I want to stress the need to suspend judgment. Read it as a novel, but it isn't. All of the facts are facts. I've stated my conclusions first. You're free to disgard them. Make up your own mind. All of the facts I used in my analysis are going to be laid out. There are so many. If you feel that it's meaningless coincidence turn away. But facts are facts. how many of you knew that Clinon said, "Im proud to announce the opening of a nationl museum of scientology on the mall?" What explanation would satisfy you. How gullible are you? That choice is yours. read on---] ------------------------------------------- CHAPTER ONE: Laundering Dianetics (part one) "Lying is the lowest form of creation." LRH But it's still creation. And as it is the lowest order of creation, a scientologist must master the art of lying. If you can't master the lowest form of creation how can you move up the bridge. Lying is required. With all of Clinton's dodgy relationships being brought to attention, why hasn't anybody thoroughly investigated his unbashful endorsments of the scientology cult? Because they don't understand scientology and they haven't asked the right question: are the Clinton's practicing scientologists? I believe scientology is the missing link between the Clinton administrations actions and motives. Like scientology, the Clinton administration holds itself above the law and has mastered use of the fair game policy. This is the topic of a later chapter, but the most recent illustration of this concerns the attacks on House Reps Hide and Burton. The only diffeence is the media calls it "the scorched earth policy." It looks like scientology, and it smells like scientology. Is it scientology? In later chapters we will revisit this topic, but for now I want to discuss Hillary Clinton's book, "It Takes a Village." In order to understand the arguments I will forward you must assume that scientology is serious about its goals of "clearing the planet." All of the plans I will discuss lead to their ultimate goal, to "take this planet." One of the major stumbling blocks is the general public perception that Dianetics is nonsense. This perception has been shaped by Hubbard's flogging at the hands of professionals in the fields of Psychology and Psychiatry who have consistently maintained that Hubbard was a fraudulent liar, and that his "analytical studies" were total fabrications. In retaliation scientology adopted "the fair game Policy," as a way of turning the camera away from them whenever they become exposed by truth. But for scientology to succeed it needs to be recognized as a mainstream therapy which genuinely works. Their strategy has involved infiltrating the mainstream with their concepts through the use of doctors, scientists, reporters, and other various authorities who are working undercover as double agents in the fileds of medicine, government, high finance and the media [check the later chapter about CNN]. In the pages that follow, I'm going to show you how they've taken one small discovery in neuroscience regarding learned, instinctual alertness in rat defense mechanisms, and twisted it into a whole new area of psychology. By laundering dianetic concepts through this very limited study, Daniel Goleman, Hillary Clinton, and neuroscientists, Joseph LeDou have filtered Hubbard's concepts through legitimate science in the same way one would launder money through an offshore bank. Despite their brilliant plan they left a trail. It's impossible to see this trail if you don't know what you're looking for and that's why the spin has been incredibly successful. I never would have spotted this had I not been reading "It takes A Village," as part of my investigation of the Clinton Administration's relationship to Scientology. I read her book knowing I would find further proof to bolster my arguments. What I found is incredible. This is the most damning piece of evidence. "Emotionl Intelligence" is clearly disguised propaganda for "Dianetics." And in the true Hubbard style, Goleman blatantly lies about research and content. I found a scathing refutation of "Emotional Intelligence" at http://www.obsidian.co.za/psheer/genetics/IQ.html [ Feb 2002, this link no longer works, the authors web page is here Steve Farron, PhD wrote it. He firmly establishes that Goleman lies using footnotes to disguise the blasphemy of scientific procedures and research. When I read "Emotional Intelligence" I found the footnotes to be fraudulent, uncheckable, and extremely misleading. Knowing what to look for, I also found every aspect of "Dianetics" in its new disguise. In order to fully understand this subject matter, I studied neuroscience in depth. That research scientifically affirmed what my instinct and logic had already established: they are pushing DIANETICS/EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE into the mainstream quickly and successfully. There's already over a thousand web sites for "Emotional Intelligence," it's being studied in many universities, and an "institute for applied emotional intelligence" has been established. "It Takes A Village," is the cipher, the Rosetta Stone of this case. Daniel Goleman is former editor of "Psychology Today," and current editor of the Psychology Section of The New York Times. In her sick book, "It Takes A Village," Hillary Clinton cites "Emotional Intelligence," as her main source in the chapter of her book called, "The Bell Curve is a Curve Ball." To fully understand this deception we must review basic dianetics. "Dianetics" claims that any person can unleash the true power if their mind simply by submitting to auditing. "Dianetics" alleges that every physical and emotional painful event leaves itsmark in the mind as an imprint called an "engram." The engram differs from a normal memory in that it acts like an entity hijacking the emotional response of an individual just like a demon. This entity is a perfect photograph or movie of thepainful event which takes in every single thing that the mid perceived through the senses at the time of the painful event. In contrast a normal memory is much weaker and has no force or power over the individual. Hubbard states that painful events shut off the "ANALYTICAL" mind while activating the "REACTIVE" mind, and therefore we don't have the ability to use reason since the "engram" can't be viewed and analyzed by the "RATIONAL" mind. This was Hubbard's big thing: the existence of two minds and two completely separate minds, and two completely different memory systems in one head. Hubbard claims the "REACTIVE" mind to be moronic in that it records every perception as equal to every other perception. The "REACTIVE" mind taes over when one is rendered unconscious in varying degrees by physical pain or emotional pain. Hubbard claims that evolution prepared us for those troubled moments with an electrical system cut off switch which would be activated when the brain would otherwise be oveloaded with electrical charge: From "Dianetics," "If there ever was a devil he designed the reactive mind." (page 70) [That speaks for itself.] "If one were looking for demons in a human mind--such as those one observes in some inmates at madhouses--he could find them easily enough. Only they are not demons. They are BYPASS CIRCUITS FROM THE ENGRAM BANK [EMPHASIS ADDED]...How would you go about the building of a sensitive machine upon which the life and death of an organism depended, which was to be the chief tool of an individual? Would you leave its delicate circuits prey to every overload, or would you install a fuse system? If a delicate instrument is in circuit with a power line, it is protectd by several sets of fuses. Any computer wouldbe so safeguarded." Now let's look at "It Takes A Village," "Any discussion of how the brain's processes affect cognitive intelligence tells only half the story about the first blossoming of intelligence. The other half is how we behave in our relations with other people--what is now being called our 'emotional intelligence...' Now that I have read Daniel Goleman's book, "Emotional Intelligence," I am better able to understand what back then I could only wonder about. Goleman brings to our attention new breakthroughs in psychology and neuroscience that shed light on how our 'two minds'--the RATIONAL and the EMOTIONAL--operate together to determine human behavior." (Pages 61-63 of "It takes A Village," by Hillary Clinton) TWO MINDS! This is Hubbard's "DIanetics" with a new wardrobe, new dressing.: Hubbard's ANALYTICAL mind = Goleman's RATIONAL mind Hubbard's REACTIVE mind = Goleman's EMOTIONAL mind --to be continued in part two of Chapter One, "LAUNDERING DIANETICS."