Wins from Hell: Who do i have to CSW to stop having any more of these wins?

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  1. HelluvaHoax!

    HelluvaHoax! Gold Meritorious Sponsor

    What is a WIN anyways?

    Yeah, yeah, yeah, I know the LRH definition. Fuck that, I am talking about reality here.

    Okay, let's just state the Scientology definition for the record. It's postulating that a particle moves and having it move or the reverse. It's having a surge of positive emotion and a cognition or an ability attained or an ability regained or just achieving steps towards--or the entirety of--one's objective.

    In Scientology "wins" are achievable according to scripture through the standard application of Ron's technology. According to Ron, Scientology auditing and training technology is the only way to freedom and immortality.

    Now, I just received this email from Celebrity Center and it is most curious thing. A major win--a huge success--but there was no auditing or training involved.

    The win was from giving money to the Church.

    The key line appears to be this:
    Once we decided to do the cycle, we both had this huge emotional release and were completely blown-out knowing that we had helped put Scientology there for all of our futures.

    How did that happen? It sounds remarkably like the wins that Scientologists have in session and on OT levels that they pay a third of a million dollars for.

    A huge emotional release?

    Completely blown-out?

    Whattttttttt????? From giving money? WTF?????

    How can Scientologists have such cathartic epiphanies & spiritual orgasms outside of an auditing session?

    It appears that Scientologists are able to "blow out" on symbolism alone.

    Symbols like "total freedom" and "eternity".

    Symbols like "....knowing that we had helped put Scientology there for all of our futures."

    So, let's get it straight. This OT VIII conjured up a mental image of putting Scientology there for all of our futures. That is all that happened. Nothing in the future happened yet. They just got the IDEA of it happening.

    And from that symbol (idea, image) they were able to completely blow out.

    These are the same sacred wins that Scientologists have when they become Clear and OT.

    It is probably accurate that there is a physiological-glandular set of responses that they are able to trigger and experience (e.g. adrenaline, endorphins...) that is akin to a religious reverie or trance.

    The bizarre thing is that NOTHING IS HAPPENING in that room except these folks are giving $750,000 that they clearly cannot afford to give.

    And they experience a cosmic blow out "WIN" as a result.

    This is a real clue to understanding why people believe in Scientology even when their personal lives are going to hell.

    Probably, bank robbers, rapists and serial killers get huge "wins" too, so what does that tell us?

    I gotta think some more about this...............

    Last edited: May 13, 2010
  2. degraded being

    degraded being Sponsor

    Oh, I hear you alright.

    Hol-y fucking crap!

    This is like a script from one of those movies that get prizes for being so baaaadly written. The absolute sucker!!!! No need to dupe him with snake oil and magic, just tell him giving away money will do the trick. And if it feels Baaaaaad to do it, let me repeat that, IF IT FEELS BAAAD to do it, to be sucked of your money, that's because its GOOD! What a fucking sucker.
    Poor bastard if he ever wakes up and remembers that.
  3. Human Again

    Human Again Silver Meritorious Patron

    They don't look too relaxed, blown out or happy. "Now smile for the camera..." I wonder if this was part of al iability formula or something. They looked like they've been pushed into this - except for the child, he looks like he hasn't realised his parents have just mortgaged his future....
  4. the key is "conjure"

    hi, helluva,

    i think the key is "conjure." you conjure whatever...ot7, 0t3, and whatever wins you have are conjured, too. you said it, kid.

    these poor folk are conjuring big time. but that's the whole point: make it up. how creative can you get? very.

  5. " a huge emotional release" because the Regges finally leave you alone once you hand your money over.

    Poor souls...trying to buy their freedom and "help Ron"...


    Don't make fun of them guys, plenty of others here have done the same thing...

    Some "win".
  6. xseaorguk

    xseaorguk Patron Meritorious

    yeh, nowadays they're not even concentrating on "delivering a product" anymore.
    It is all about where your "celebrity status" is at.

    I remember talking to old friend $cientologist months ago, and they had a new child and were very proud to say how they had paid for the child's IAS
    "super metorius patronius" things majig, in fact the whole family could boast this status.

    It was and is the same with the OT levels.
    In $cientology it all about whose table you get to sit at when they have their do's.
    Which "VIP areas" you get to visit.

    MEST, MEST, MEST...glamour, glossy mags, shiny orgs and more puke stimulating home made adverts, preferably with Ron's music :)puke2:

    Pay even more millions and you may get a glimpse of superman himself, Tom Cruise, that is.:yes:
  7. Infinite

    Infinite Crusader

    Yep, and there are many, varied ways of pulling the trigger. There's nothing quite like a full-on endorphin rush. I discovered this after getting into marathon swimming, many moons ago. First, prepare well, take your time and strengthen your resolve to swim until you cannot swim any more. Eventually there comes this moment when it seems my body is separate, operating automatically and I am free to go and do something else except I can't because I'm stoned out of my gourd and grooving on the buzz. The experienced swimmers taught me not to let the moment go on for too long because all the while you are stoned, your body is slowly being injured and you can't feel
    the pain. . . until afterwards.
  8. Experienced this myself, back in my athletic days...:happydance:
  9. Infinite

    Infinite Crusader

    Just musing on this idea of "manufactured" WINS . . . the athletic version does require strenuous physical activity, punishment even. By all accounts, the "purif" does seem to also be something of a physical (and mental) ordeal. Is this, perhaps, why the "purif" is one of those heavily promoted items early in the indoctrination process?
  10. GoNuclear

    GoNuclear Gold Meritorious Patron

    It goes like this ... in the Godfather, I'm sure that the band leader that released Johnny Fontaine from his contract for a check for $1,000 experience an emotional release as well. At least, at that point, Luca Brazzi was no longer holding a gun to his head threatening to blow his brains out.

  11. GoNuclear

    GoNuclear Gold Meritorious Patron

    EXACTLY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! And the IAS thing started several years AFTER I got out of the Cof$, so there is one thing that I am not sure of ... does the IAS redge hover about, looking over your shoulder and not leaving you alone, until AFTER you write up your "win?"


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