When the actions of church management made it increasingly difficult to use the technology standardly and help people, I wrote knowledge reports on the outnesses I observed. When these reports were ignored, I withdrew my support from the church and hoped that wiser heads would eventually prevail.
I waited for 15 years and saw no visible progress, so in 2009, I pitched in to help where I could. I wrote about tech discoveries in the Independent field and I delivered auditing over the Internet. I also provided advice on getting repayments from the church.
There are those who are working to reform the church and I support them in every way possible whether they are inside or outside the incorporated CofS.
I welcome the opportunity to work with others in the recovery of lost technology, discovering the true history of Ron Hubbard and the Church, and in developing effective ways to promote wider use of workable technology in the field.
My long range interest is the development of an Open Source community of networked professionals to develop workable technologies for making people more able and useful policies appropriate for the expansion of independent practitioners. We are currently documenting this advanced technology on several websites:
You can reach me in several ways:
Skype: davidstlawrence-oldauditor IM, Call, Video
David St Lawrence aka Old Auditor
Plain Old Thetan
He had little patience for those who corrupt the technology and make a mockery of all the work that went into setting beings free.
He saw his role as the presenting of truth about the criminality of Corporate Scientology so that people can read it and come to their own conclusions. As a result, he became a gathering point for reports from independents and staff members all over the planet.
He passed away today on July 3rd at 3:13 in the afternoon.
We shall miss him.
You can contact her at:
I have always been interested in learning, education and personal development, so when I got into Scientology in 1993 and was introduced to the study tech I knew fairly early on that I wanted to be a supervisor so that I could help people learn.
I became increasingly disappointed that the biggest challenge was not in how to help students overcome their barriers to study or in how to train auditors, but how to deal with execs who had robotic and suppressive ideas about how it should be done.
I trained at various times as a Supervisor, Word Clearer, Purif I/C and Dianetics auditor over the course of my two stints on staff. I held a number of executive as well as technical posts, and studied OEC Volumes 0 and 4.
I finally left staff, and the Church, in 2006.
My wish is to complete the Academy levels and restore the delivery of tech in my part of the world.
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