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This is from 'Advance' issue 24, which is circa 1980/82. Note that the author is Bryan Zwan's ex-wife, Barbara. His current wife's name is June.


Thetan Fire Fighting

One evening Bryan and I went up on the roof to watch a fire that was raging a mile away as we'd seen the fire trucks go by an hour before. We were twelve stories up and we couldn't actually see the building that was burning on the street below but we could see the huge column of smoke and the red glow of the flames.

As we watched we could "feel" the frenzy of that area. As the flames appeared higher we decided we had to do something. So we both put ourselves into that space and postulated the fire going out and located the confusion and frenzy of the fireman and other workers. There were also many counter-intentions from the crowd who wanted to see the huge blaze continue, and we discovered that that was what was keeping the fire going.

We kept our postulates in and handled the pictures and mass circulating around the area. We also got the fireman not to be so frenzied but to work together. As we watched and did all this the flames disappeared and the smoke lessened. We congratulated ourselves and looked around at the spectacular view of the city.

When we returned our attention to the area of the fire the flames and smoke had come up again. We'd quit too soon! So we put our postulates in and within a few minutes the fire was completely out -- no smoke coming up.

The firemen had been working for over an hour when we started in and it took us about twenty minutes. And we didn't use any water!

Barbara Pease Zwan, OT III Bryan Zwan, OT IV

Bryan Zwan, OT IV