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Revisions to the Freezone Library of LRH materials for your Source Information Retrieval system

The Freezone Library of LRH materials seems to contain everything originated by LRH plus lots of material originated by others. It does not seem to contain the latest versions of a few HCOBs, but there is material here (about 20,000 files)  that will equip you to answer almost any technical or policy question.

The original library contained files that could not be indexed on every computer, even though they could be opened and read with Windows Explorer. Searching 20,000 files with windows explorer get old very fast which is why DocFetcher is such a useful application. It searches for the words you give it through all kind of file types including PDF files, Doc files, text files and rtf files.

Please Note: The original library which is available from Maxim Lebedev’s website will install and run with DocFetcher on most older computers. It is a zipped torrent file and needs special software to download it.

To make the library available to a larger number of people, I removed the files which caused problems on newer computers. Even with software tools, this took about 40 grueling hours of deleting and retesting.

The newly revised version of the Freezone Library of LRH material has now been tested on enough machines that I am reasonably confident that you can install it and index it without problems.

If you would like to purchase a copy of this cleaned up library on a thumb drive, send me an email at oldauditor@possiblyhelpfuladvice.com

You can plug in the thumb drive and use the library as soon as you index it. You do not have to transfer the library to your computer and the searches take only seconds to execute.

There will be future additions to this library because I have about 500 Gb of additional data to share with those who need it.

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Rafael Sánchez Núñez  on June 10th, 2012

500 Gb of additional data to share, admirable indeed.

OldAuditor  on June 10th, 2012

There is an unbelievable amount of technical and historical data available on the web.
I am looking for more ways to facilitate sharing of this data.

I think that every independent Scientologist, Freezoner and Ron’s Org person should have full access to what is available.
I hope that we will begin to see reviews of the various sources and types of data, like:

Has this been tried in session?
What were the results?
Are there any corroborating accounts
Are there names and places to support these anecdotes?
What were the results of following this reasoning?
Were these observations duplicated?

Perhaps an informal rating system can be developed so that we build an open source database of information with verifiable trust factors with numerical values on a 1-5 basis:
skill level required-5, Verifiability-3, predictable results – 4, applicability to real life – 5, in current use – 1,

In this way, even the most extreme concepts like “bodies in pawn” and “sideways in time” can be rated so that the student can prepare his reality to grapple with the concept.

If you have your personal SIR system up and working, you can check these out in seconds.

Rafael Sánchez Núñez  on June 10th, 2012

🙂 honesty , integrity dignity .

looking4myself  on June 12th, 2012

I’ve been to Maxim’s websites in the past. Now when I try and use the link for his sites I get a possible web threat warning on a Cisco screen. Anyone else have this happen to them?

OldAuditor  on June 12th, 2012

Some versions of protective software get triggered by the files on Russian sites.

You can switch to a different anti-virus system and try again, or you can send me $50 for a cleaned up version of the data which I send to you on a thumb drive.

Send me an email and we will get you a library that is ready to use.

It is labor intensive because there are about 20,000 files.

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