Remote Viewing and Scientology

A download of material I have explained to people in chat and posted bits of over the years, but never posted in total:

In Ingo’s biography, at least in a version that was once on the web, he stated that “I never considered myself a scientologist” He went on to explain that at that time they were trying anything and everything, including scientology, in an effort to catch up with the Russians..(note)

In 2008 I pulled a 2″ stack of papers from the National Archives, that were titled Stanford RV Protocols. I examined the documents carefully, and was unable to find anything even remotely scientological…nothing, zilch… Yes I was surprised.. but not as surprised as I might be had I not read a great deal about hypnosis.

Psychic events were routinely associated with hypnosis and induced trance states by the old hypnotists, in several pre 1950 books on the subject. One study, sorry I forgot the name, at a University, they attempted to hypnotize a person at a distance. The researchers noted strange effects from these attempts, such as, on one occasion, instead of hypnotizing the subject who was in an office at the end of the same hallway from the hypnotist, they found that they had hypnotized  a secretary in an adjacent office in line from where they were sitting.

I now believe that because scientology routines are actually designed to create a suggestible hypnotic state, that Psi events might be noted more often because they are associated with hypnotism… in spite of scientology.

I also believe that there exists the plan, that will likely never see the light of day, to intentionally make scientology be perceived as being a tool useful for remote viewing. All this being done with a motive to insert covert intelligence gathering agents (those whose loyalties were controlled by scientology)  into foreign countries RV programs and perhaps to boobytrap those programs to be less effective, because it was the hypnosis not the scientology that “worked” which is also what “works” in scientology.

In the book “Psychic Warrior” by ex mil RV buy, David Morehouse, (Note2) he described the protocols used at Ft Meade’s RV program, located across the Baltimore Washington Parkway from the NSA. His description of ‘cool down tapes” and more led me to conclude that he was using taped meditation protocols crated by the same man that first coined the phrase “Out of Body Experience”, as “OBE:, Mr Robert Monroe. Monroe’s technology of binaural beats, emulates Tibetan meditation when done between two of those bells they have which are tuned a few hertz different in frequency. When you site between the bells, and whack them both, you get the binuaral beat difference which stimulates the same beat in brain wave frequencies. (Note3)  His technique provides what Tibetan monks were seeking, when they would travel hundreds of miles from monastery to monastery to meditate in front of different sets of bells.. all without leaving your room!(Note 4)

Monroe’s tapes create trance. The more advanced tapes create the deepest trances. However, unlike conventional scientology, Robert Monroe was not a psychopath trying to steal your wallet like Hubbard. Which is why Hubbard, called the subconscious by both of the terms: Reactive Mind AND the Bank, because it made getting money out of your Bank account, easy. (note 5)

Robert Monroe uses some light suggestions and conditioning to both make the experience safe, (yes Alice, there are things that go bump in the night) and most importantly, to return complete control of your trance, of your own sub-conscious to you and to you only. (note6)

Arnie Lerma

Note1: In Ingo’s published book, not the bio that I read online years ago,  he described a meeting with a deep state figure who asked him to RV a location on the moon. That man asked Ingo whether he had read Mastery, by George Leonard (Verbal and thinking Aikido) see

Note2: Morehouse recounts being gaslighted, targeted to an extent and beyond, that of being targeted by scientology. Some of what I endured is HERE.
Morehouse felt forced to move overseas to escape it, thus, I believe his story has more veracity because he was targeted so vigorously.

Note3: See Secrets of the E-Meter

Note4: See Monroe Institute 

Note5: See Covert Methods used in Scientology

Note6:  I was introduced to Robert Monroe’s work by an ex-scientologist that I knew when I was a teen ager in the 1960’s  and was first fooled by Hubbard’s persuasion and covert hypnotic methods, as he was at the time. A gentle giant of a man named Joe Harrington. It was Joe that first posted the XENU story of OTIII and the rest of the OT Levels to the internet, anonymously using anonymous remailers. It was also Joe Harrington that mailed me the court record that got me sued in 1995 in Federal Court by scientology.  These tidbits are from his deathbed confession to his wife Brigitta, also an ex-scientologist,  who relayed them to me. I have probably done a couple thousand hours of Monroe’s hemi-sync and found it extremely useful for relaxation during the madness of the lawsuit, and the decades of strangeness that ensued after myself and two others refused a 9-12 million dollar offer from scientology in exchange for silence and sealing the documents of the cases..    Some ex-members have found Monroe’s materials useful for recovery.In fact I just listened to one before typing this missive this evening.

Authority Hypnosis

“The best place to hide something is in plain sight” a CIA Maxim


This describes one of Hubbard’s most used methods of hypnotic suggestion. A method that clinicians avoid because it’s use creates dependency upon the operator. Authority suggestion is WHY Hubbard had an “LRH Comm” Network to protect his “image”..

He was protecting his “authority” as the “operator” of your trace.

From a 1918 (c) “Suggestion and AutoSuggestion” by William Atkinson.


Suggestions are accepted by persons when given by one or more of three general methods. These methods, you will remember, are:

(1) Suggestion by impression, as by authoritative statements, etc;

(2) Suggestion by inducing the idea in the mind, by insinuation, hint, and other indirect means; and

(3) Suggestion along the lines of association of outward objects, etc, which act both by impressing and inducing the idea in the receptive mind of the person so suggested to.

The suggestions may be considered as being caused by suggestion reaching the individual along several different lines, or channels. For convenience we may divide these channels of suggestion into five classes, viz:

I. The Suggestion of Authority;
II. The Suggestion of Association;
III. The Suggestion of Habit;
IV. The Suggestion of Repetition;
V. The Suggestion of Imitation.

Extracted from: (c) 1918 William Atkinson, “Suggestion and Autosuggestion”

Hubbard’s 2nd most used method was Ad-Hominem, known as demonization… the rarity of discussion of these two by those who have nothing of substance of their own, like Hubbard, is because they have so much to gain by using them.They “work” so well at controlling thinking. Those that use them to deceive would then be revealing themselves..

From The Anderson Report: “Because of the serious risk of harm to the patient, it is only in rare and exceptional circumstances that authoritative hypnosis is resorted to in medical practice.”

“Contrary to general belief, it has been my experience that the more intelligent the subject, the easier it is to induce hypnosis. It is not a sign of a weak character to go quickly into a hypnotic state. Hypnosis is not a struggle or battle of the wills, but a matter of co-operation between two people. Children under three, morons and completely insane people—those, in fact, who cannot consciously co-operate with the hypnotist—are not hypnotisable at all”  Ralph Slater, stage hypnotist, played Carnegie Hall from his book, which you can download HERE. (100 meg image pdf of his 1950 booklet on hypnotism)


Common Core –  After examining a students “common core” textbooks, I had no choice but to assume that the  real intent of common core is to create students who no longer trust themselves.  If you lose trust in your ability to reason you tend to seek out “authority” to consult. I have noted this conditioned dependence upon authority in the recent escapees from Scientology. Not so much in the old timers who were in when Hubbard ran the fraud, but  under the Miscavige regime.

One old friend began relying upon academics, another ex, not a friend, upon published science.  If either of these sources had it  all right we would not have the problem of mind control to deal with in the first place.  And we would not have war. The lesson both miss is than money and politics affects both spheres.  The book “Political Ponerology” reveals this fact.

The ultimate “Authority self hypnosis” for some  people is their concept of “god”. This idea is a self re-enforcing, with positive feedback, auto-self-hypnotic-suggestion machine. You imagine an omnipotent being then repeatedly feed this infinitely powerful and knowing, mental construct what you wish to have exist. Actually it is quite a clever idea for focusing one’s intention.
Too bad this secret to why “it works’ is not explained to people at the same time.
Another secret is revealed here: Some advice from Confucious

Links that have fallen off the sidebar:
Deaths of the founders of the anti-cult movement in America
Deprogramming Tips
Dogs of War
The Master Manipulator

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