By Tom Martiniano
A Korean co-pilot flies a new Boeing 777 Dreamliner from Seoul to San Francisco. He is a new student with this particular airplane. The student pilot approached SFO runway 11 and found that the electronic guidance for runway 11 is out and instrument landing is therefore not possible; he has to land it himself without autopilot. Even though the weather is sunny and clear, the student pilot crashes the $225 million dollar plane on the runway leaving two dead, scores injured, the plane utterly destroyed.
How could one crash a super-sophisticated plane such as the Boeing 777?
An in-depth study of this crash revealed that South Korea has one of the worst education problems in the world. The teaching methods in this country for the past 2,000 years is the method of “rote learning” and they have this way of learning down to a science. As a result, student pilots in Korea can quickly study the entire manual for the 777 and when they are done, can tell you anything and everything you want to know about this airplane in total detail without any comm lags. And they can “fly” a 777 but only as long as it is on auto pilot because they can remember which buttons to push in what sequence and so forth. But when they have the “plane in the air” in a simulator, and practice landing on the simulator with auto pilot off they panic, their heart rates go out the roof they crash the plane every time because they cannot fly an airplane without auto pilot. This is what the investigation uncovered. The pilots actually can’t fly an airplane because they cannot apply what they had learned.
There is a similar situation with Scientology since its inception. The worse education in the United States got, the worse the orgs became. When I run across people who have been in Scientology for years and then leave it and in some cases turn around and attack it, I know, for sure, that these people couldn’t apply the tech of Scientology while they were in. For if they did apply the tech, they would have had wins.
Picture a student who is in an org, studying Dianetics. He has a lot of Mis-Us on DMSMH and rolls off of the course. Then he gets onto staff and learns how to route comm and stuff from the Staff Statuses and then gravitates up the org board becomes an exec and then leaves when things get tough. He hates Scientology and hates it so much he decides to attack it. And why not? There was so much promise in this subject that the ARCX he has with it is monstrous. He will tell you the tech doesn’t work and you know what? From his viewpoint it doesn’t.
Some Scientologists “know” the tech and could probably explain a lot of it to you, but if these Scientologists were asked to apply it to someone or to life, they wouldn’t have a clue.
If they would have applied basic tech like the TRs that they learned and applied TRs to life, they would have had monster wins. If they took the ARC Triangle and used it on people until they became an ace on it, they would have had big wins. I can tell you right now that there are a lot of people who can tell you all about the ARC Triangle but who never successfully used it to get to any Understanding.
You have to apply what you have learned in order to see if it works. This is true of ANY science and any technology. LRH even had an answer for people who said “I applied it and it didn’t work”. He asked them, “Well, what did you really do?” And this is where it is at.
It is not that someone knows any Scientology tech, it is a matter of can he or she apply Scientology Technology that one has already learned. And if one decides to go out and use the ARC Triangle and it doesn’t work, then they must find out what they did wrong and get it fixed. Then try it again until they can do it and see the results. This is where the wins come from. Apply, apply, apply.
“Tech implies USE. There is a wide gap between mere knowledge and the application of that knowledge.”
“Many persons auditing have not crossed over from “knowing about” to “applying.”
“Alter-is and poor results do not really come from not-know. They come from can’t-apply. Drills, drills, drills and the continual repetition of the important data handle this condition of can’t –apply. If you drill auditors hard enough and repeat often enough basic auditing facts, they eventually disentangle themselves and begin to do a job of application.” – LRH HCOB 13 September 1965R OUT TECH AND HOW TO GET IT IN.
You won’t find many auditors around who have successfully audited for years saying that Scientology doesn’t work. If you do find an auditor who decries Scientology you will find an auditor who never really audited and who never really blew a PC out of his socks.
So all of you folks out there who aren’t on fire to help others with Scientology I say just take some tech that you have learned and apply it until you see it work.
Apply all of what you have learned and you will soon become an auditor, you will be soon helping yourself and others and you will be moving up the bridge like never before.
And everyone else, just take a piece of tech and apply it until it works its little miracle and then do it with another piece of tech.
You won’t be sorry you did.