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    Hubbard’s hospitalization in Willemstad, Curaçao in the Netherlands Antilles has been known about for many years. Tony Ortega just mentioned it in his obituary for Kima Douglas:
    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Ortega
    She told him that in 1975 Hubbard had suffered a pulmonary embolism in Curaçao and had been taken to a hospital,

    http://tonyortega.org/2013/01/26/kim...las-1942-2013/
    These three documents that someone sent Gerry some time ago contain useful dates and other data relating to this incident.

    The Scientologists have for years claimed that Lisa McPherson died of a pulmonary embolism. (Wikipedia: Death of Lisa McPherson) Note the difference in standard care. They didn’t lock Hubbard up, strap him down, deny him medical care, and turkey baster and chloral hydrate him. He got the best wog medical care in a wog hospital the Scientologists’ money could buy. The Scientologists’ care killed Lisa, not the embolism.






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    Thank you for posting this!
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    Well, who was it? Who was suppressing El Con??? Come on...fess up! You all know an ES PEE was keeping him from his goals - get your data series out and find the WHO!! We already know the WHY he got sick!!

    Basically,

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    So... If Hubbard's DOB was 3/13/1913, the 100-yr birthday would be....

    Just checked Mr. Ortega's blog and didn't see anything posted today which mentioned a 'grand celebration'. Is CO$ hosting a bash/shindig/regging festival? More importantly, is this a day to encourage protest(s) or is it best to let it pass unobserved?


    And the physician's initials were T.A.J.?

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    Default Re: Ron the Sickie (1975): Sickie-ness

    Here's how Hubbard used "sickie" in 1965.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hubbard
    HUBBARD COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE
    Saint Hill Manor, East Grinstead, Sussex
    HCO BULLETIN OF 26 OCTOBER 1975


    Remimeo
    All Students
    All HGC Auditors
    All C/Ses
    All Interns

    C/S Series 95

    “FAILED” CASES


    There are no failed cases. There are only failed C/Ses and Auditors. In a recent test; this was proven conclusively. A number of no-case-gain, slow-case-gain, sickie and “failed cases” were rounded up. Using well trained Flag Auditors and the most basic of lists, every one of these cases was soon flying.


    The label "sickie" is just as pejorative as the label "Potential Trouble Source." Here's the standard tech on "Handle or Disconnect" for sick people:

    Quote Originally Posted by Hubbard
    HUBBARD COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE
    Saint Hill Manor, East Grinstead, Sussex

    HCO BULLETIN OF 10 AUGUST 1973

    Remimeo
    HCO Secs
    E/Os
    MAAs
    Tech Secs
    Ds of P
    PTS Pack

    PTS HANDLING


    (PTS = Potential Trouble Source)


    There are two stable data which anyone has to have, understand and KNOW ARE TRUE in order to obtain results in handling the person connected to suppressives.

    These data are:

    1. That all illness in greater or lesser degree and all foul-ups stem directly and only from a PTS condition.

    2. That getting rid of the condition requires three basic actions: (A) Discover; (B) Handle or disconnect.

    Hubbard, L. R., (1973, 10 August). PTS Handling. How To Confront and Shatter Suppression PTS/SP Course. (2001 ed.). Los Angeles: Bridge Publications, Inc.
    Scientologists' standard tech treatment of sick people with the SP doctrine is disgusting. Hubbard knew the problem was with his tech.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hubbard, in a lecture on Expanded Dianetics
    All right. This is 30th of March ‘72 and I’m about to roll up your misunderstood word record. We have here the ED 149 Flag. Cheer up, it doesn’t look that bad. It isn’t that bad, really, honest. Could be much worse. They might not be getting any help at all. They might just be thrown away in a garbage can someplace.

    All right. This is, this was a Dianetic project and this is ED 149 Flag that we’re activating. And the situation was, we have too many chronic sickies and the probable why is Quickie Dianetics. And the auditing stats are low. Dianetic auditors cannot find PCs. And the ideal scene is Dianetics working to proper PC completion on each case.

    And the program with this was a leading auditor to be appointed from Interns and that was done. And the leading auditor to, the leading auditor to select four auditors – one to fly ruds and three Dianetics to make a team – by the leading auditor. That’s been done. Three: team to be fully cleared on what really is a Dianetic completion – Director of Personnel Enhancement. Was that done? All right. Now four: folders of the MO’s chronic sickies list furnished by the MO to be assembled. You did that, he had already gotten his list, which was really what prompted the program. And five: FESes done on their cases. Now you’ve done that. And six: folders brought to LRH and LRH to gen in the team. And we’re at that stage right now. And then we’ve got programs to be written for each case to briefly repair and do real Dianetics on. All right.

    Hubbard, L. Ron. (1972, 30 March). Expanded Dianetics. Expanded Dianetics, (XDN-1, 7203C30) Lecture conducted from aboard the Apollo.
    Note Hubbard's use of the term "chronic sickies." It's not a redundancy. Anyone who got sick in Scientology could be labeled a "sickie," and that label was universally known and thrown around in Scientology. If Scientologists were sick more than once in a blue moon Hubbard labeled them "chronic sickies." What greatness is that.

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    when did kima die?

    she seems like an intriguing character...

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    I always thought he was inflicted on the world in 1911,so he lied about that too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Commander Birdsong View Post
    when did kima die?

    she seems like an intriguing character...
    Kima died about 3 weeks ago

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mick Wenlock View Post
    Kima died about 3 weeks ago
    she was sorta young for punching out wasn't she? everyone seems to write well of her.

    she had been out close to thirty years. what was she doing all those years?

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    also a member PM'd me a couple days ago ladybird is no longer amongst us

    beautiful woman...

    i visited her in modesto a couple times and she'd send me off with an armload of oranges from their tree that i'd kick down fresh and sweet to hippies on haight...

    would that i were a painter to capture on canvas a vision of her with a broomstick shaking the fruit free of the branch; timeless woman, provident and generous and graceful...

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