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The Golden Age of Mutant Birthday Games

If you are a regular visitor to this blog, you already know that David Miscavige has undermined Ron’s intentions as to the form of Ron’s creation.

As noted in Marty’s blog today (13 March 2012) the opportunity of LRH’s birthday is a chance to see Miscavige’s actions in vivid contrast to LRH’s intentions.

I have pointed out on this blog the fact that the Birthday Game issue went mysteriously missing from the OEC volumes when they were released in 1991.

It seems to be near impossible to find this issue on the Internet.

What a clever application of George Orwell’s 1984: don’t just alter words and their meanings. Remove documents in their entirety.

But in my effort to reveal Miscavige for the squirming weasel he is, here is LRH ED 339R Int 13 March 1982 revised 30 July 1982.











Note  that I’ve already pointed out the loss of the Universe Corps is negatively affecting the so-called “explosive expansion” of Miscavige’s Church.

This issue is where LRH says the Universe Corps is supposed to be in place.

And note that Marty’s site today has the information about the dismantling of the Universe Corps…the year after LRH died.

That totally explains how Class V orgs (the so-called “Ideal Orgs”) aren’t striving for “Saint Hill Size” anymore.

That also explains why Universe Corps space is not on the layout plans of “Ideal Orgs”.

Why follow Ron’s intentions when you can make up your own?

So now the birthday game has degenerated to this: a competition to point out how many aspects of LRH’s Birthday Game issue are being violated by Davey “Neutron Dave” Miscavige?

How many can you find?

— written by Plain Old Thetan

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Anakin skywalker  on March 14th, 2012

Just a note on the “removal” of the Universe Corps, I actually received auditing from the UC in Johannesburg org around May 2005.

In fact, our org received two UC missions, even though we never actually made it to St Hill size. The second mission arrived around June 2007 or 2008.

I was one of the lucky few to get auditing from them, as I held an executive post. The other chosen few were of “previously disadvantaged” ethnicity.

The UC eventually left, and last I heard one of their auditors was supervising at Flag. I’m not sure what happened to the rest of them.

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