Freewheeling The above term was developed within the original Dianetic movement of 1950 * Source We're going back to "source" here, as is advocated for anyone seeking the truth by L Ron Hubbard himself. Within the long-suppressed "Appendix Two" of LRH's original 1951 edition of "Science of Survival," credit was extended to a number of original Dianetics contributors, whose names have since been stripped from succeeding editions of this "basic" book of teaching from the Church of Scientology. Mrs Hulswit In this thread we note the contribution and background of a "Mrs Hulswit" as her name was given in that text. She was credited for provision of a combination of substances, including stimulants like benzedrine in the form of a compound named "GUK," which were said to help practicioners reach a Dianetic "reverie" said to be required to advance their mental healing processes. A Lost Text? Regarding "Freewheeling" in Science of Survival, pages 308 and 309 from the (rare) first edition state: Another significant technique which is of definite value but is not at this time included in Standard Procedure is called Automatic Running or Free Wheeling. Great hope was held for Free Wheeling, but it does not produce as much as it should. It is a strange phenomenon, discovered by Mrs. Hulswit, that the pre-clear can be put upon the couch and told "The file clerk will furnish engrams, and the somatic strip will continue to run engrams, until all engrams are run." The somatic strip and file clerk will then go to work regardless of what the pre-clear is doing or saying, even though the pre-clear was not in a state of trance or any unnatural state when the command was given.He will go about in present time running somatics, sunburns, fevers and other past injuries. This does have the effect of considerably reducing the intensity of many somatics on a case and really will improve the case, but when it is used on low-tone cases, groupers and occasionally triggered, or the individual falls into a holder, and somebody else may attempt to get him to repeat the holder in order to free him, and so he will become hopelessly entangled on his time track.Out of this technique, however, and that is the study of nutrition in its application to processing. It has been discovered that an extremely heavy vitamin intake, such as vast amounts, as much as fifty grains, of glutamic acid, and a heavy but balanced intake of vitamins which are carefully selected so as not to include vitamins which taken in overdose are toxic, permits engrams to be run with greater ease.This booster is known as GUK. GUK can be greatly overestimated in its value to a case. A person who is put on free wheeling and GUK will run his somatics much more strongly, however, and a case which is audited under GUK runs much better. Thus, the value of GUK can be underestimated. Although such high hopes were held for GUK at first that many were disappointed when it failed to clear a case in twenty-four hours and it was somewhat rejected, additional testing indicates that heavy circuit engrams will reduce under GUK when they will not reduce without GUK.This is not to prescribe GUK for pre-clears but only to offer the results of research experiments in the field of nutrition. As has been said, cases which eat only coffee and sandwiches will shortly become very poor pre-clears. Cases with generally poor nutrition and, specifically, a lack of vitamin B1 will soon fail to boil-off or yawn off anaten. Evidently good nutrition is necessary for the chemical conversion of enMEST.Cases, for instance, which are run without ten to thirty milligrams of B1 per day, and with that a balanced vitamin ration, may after a while begin to have nightmares and exhibit the symptoms of mild delerium tremens, which are immediately remedied upon the administration of B1. Heavy doses of niacin, which were though by biochemists in the past to merely produce a flush, evidently restimulate old sunburns when a case is free wheeling, for after the sunburns are run out of a case no amount of niacin will produce a flush.Elements of the "purification rundown" and the "Narconon" program, which are current Scientology practices to this day, appear to have originated here. But in the years since 1951 "evil transcriptionists," as described by church leader David Miscavige, said to be trying to deny mankind his only hope for survival, apparently edited this and other sections out from reprints of "Science of Survival." (*This was long before the term "freewheeling" was co-opted by Columbia Records for Bob Dylan, and by Franklin of the Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers) The next post will focus on the rather unique background of "Mrs Hulswit"