2011 Auditor’s Day A Big Fizzle
Actually, it’s somethings remarkable.
First, try to find out some information about it on the internet.
I dare you.
You can’t find anything on a Scientology web site or in the LA Times archives or anything.
But I really should be saying you can’t find anything official.
If you go to the California Crusader News, page 7 of the PDF, you can find out something about the 2011 Auditor’s Day Event.
The article is bullsh**, however. If you look closely, you can see it’s the usual DM boilerplate “we’re gonna made Ideal Orgs” nonsense.
Second, I tried to verify the number: 3000. But a staff member from the Los Angeles area has let it slip that at the 2011 Auditor’s Day Event there were just under 2000 people.
Considering there are 1100-1300 Sea Org members and staff whose attendance is mandatory, that should be a wakeup call to Miscavige.
Even with the “overflow” attendance at a couple other locations, like Pasadena and OC, there was nowhere near the traditional 7000-10000 at L.A. area events.
Third, Anonymous had better-publicized coverage of their actions at Auditor’s Day than the Church documented their own event.
Fourth, back in the bad old LRH prehistoric now dead days, Scientologists were auditors. Part of the reason for that is that training was the preferable way to go up the bridge. (ref: ABILITY 70 (30 March 1958) DOES CLEARING CANCEL THE NEED FOR TRAINING?)
Apparently, in the vibrant new unprecedented expansion age of Scientology, so many auditors are being made that they can’t attend an Auditor’s Day event because they are in the chair delivering auditing at an unprecedented rate.
(That was sarcasm, if you didn’t realize it.)
I guess people don’t want to go to an event honoring auditors when auditors are not actually being made anymore. Is it possible that in the halcyon days prior to Miscavige, the Church made auditors and dedicated Scientologists at the same time?
I think so.
Fifth, back in the early days of Miscavige’s illegal off-policy production-destroying Int Events, the Shrine Auditorium would be filled with people at an Auditor’s Day Event.
The Shrine’s capacity is about 6,300 with 3,000 on the main floor and 3,200 upstairs in the balcony.
Even before I left Los Angeles, the game was rigged.
I remember being “routed” out of the balcony onto the main floor because, as I was told when I protested the apparently unnecessary movement, “We have to fill up the main floor so that the event looks good on camera.”
These days the Shrine isn’t even secured for a Scientology event because a 3,000 (really 2,000) person event isn’t worth the cost of renting it.
Sixth, and funniest of all, is this photo taken outside the Auditor’s Day Event.
The OT in the picture is so far out of PT that her WELCOME TO THE EVENT banner is upside down and she doesn’t even realize it.
And of course, the OT is setting a good example by demonstrating the natural ARC and likeability available by going up the OT levels, too.
(Okay, that part was sarcasm, too. But still noteworthy.)
— written by Plain Old ThetanNumber of views:2210