One of the saddest lessons of history is this:
If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle.
We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth.
The bamboozle has captured us.
It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken.
Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.
This seems to be an appropriate quote to sum up the state of these “OT Ambassadors.” While many OT Committees now send out their “minutes” hard copy to try and avoid them falling into the hands of the small handful of unemployed bitter defrocked apostates on the fringes of the internet, some of them are still doing it the new fashioned way.
This is a selection of some of those that have come in. Many now say virtually NOTHING in the interests of “security.” It is funny how they cut their reach in order to prevent the activities of their PUBLIC from being “found out.”
Let’s start with some minutes from CC Int. Honestly, their explanations and justifications for “Why Valley” have become incredibly strained. I wonder if any of them realize that they are telling themselves that VALLEY will “service many industry professionals*” when that is the ONLY job that CC has? And they are just a few miles down the 101.
*Unless of course they are referring to the only real industry in the Valley — porn.
Date: Thu, 17 Jul 2014
From: CC Int OT Committee <[email protected]>
Subject: CCI OTC Meeting Highlights & Announcements
CCI OTC MEETING HIGHLIGHTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
At this week’s meeting, the group re-read the section of the new OT Ambassador program regarding Ideal Orgs and discussed where Valley Org is in regard to the steps on the program. All that is needed from the field for Valley is to complete the fundraising for renovations!
The Public Officer CCI briefed the group on the importance of Valley going Ideal. Valley Org will service many industry professionals and in that regard will help bring public into CCI. It will also provide a service org that is in alignment with the Golden Age of Tech II and the boom that all the on Source services are creating.
Afterward the group discussed ways to assist the efforts of Valley and concluded:
1. There will be a dinner/event every Friday through the summer into the fall. We will continue to contact people via call-in and promote these events on our comm lines to get more people to them. At these events, attendees will be shown the exact plans for Valley and enlightened on the importance of getting this org Ideal.
2. The group is working on contacting young families to get them briefed about Valley. This org is a particular boon to families with children as it will provide child care and services for children while the parents get auditing & training! This is a very wanted thing among young families.
3. The group will come up with ways to contribute to Valley OTC fundraisers including supporting their C-Note Sundays, raising funds with give-aways on-line and helping with large events. We are going to offer to run a silent auction at their next event.
The Pub Off also briefed us on performers and speakers lined up for Gala. It will be an outstanding night! We made plans to have at least one OTC table.
THIS WEEK’S OTC EVENTS & PROJECTS:
IDEAL ORG DINNER: There is an Ideal Org dinner event at the home of Bonita and David Wilson this Friday night at 6 pm. All are welcome and all are asked to spread the word and help confirm.
CAUSE RESURGENCE EVENT: Sunny Jensen is speaking at an event about Cause Resurgence this Friday from 6 to 7 pm in the Theater. Dinner will be served so people on course can attend.
CONDITIONS CLUB: Joyce Wallace has re-launched her extremely popular Conditions Club! This is an excellent event to send new people and recoveries to. Conditions Club meets Sunday at 6:30 pm in Room 401.
JOIN US EACH WEEK ON TUESDAY AT 7:00PM IN THE RENAISSANCE RESTAURANT! BE PART OF A FUN GROUP AND HELP US ACHIEVE THE AIMS OF SCIENTOLOGY!
Here is some hot news from Tampa:
Date: Wed, 23 Jul 2014
From: Jill Hagan <[email protected]>
Subject: Tampa OT Committee Meeting Minutes – 22 July 2014
Tampa OT Committee Meeting Minutes
22 July 2014
Jill welcomed us all to the Tampa OT Committee meeting! And so nice to see Bob and Nancy Forest!!
Lynette Barry reported that she has a new membership form put together and will be sending it in for IA approval.
Esmeralda Arauz will be sending out an e-mail to record GAT II progress Up the Bridge, so please look for and answer her e-mail.
PES Day Rick Furbish reported that last week Friday Night Alive! brought in 16 people and kicked off the week as a result of that outflow – So come out this Friday!!
Plant City Home Show 10-5, Friday, Saturday and Sunday in Plant City
Introduce new people to Scientology in the comfort of the Plant City LIC with Mike Hoy any Saturday afternoon in Plant City. 7 books were sold last weekend!
Aug 1-3 Comic Con at Tampa Convention Center. Whoo hoo!
Tampa Org’s target is being met, but still a little to go – so keep the flows coming!!!
Marlin Anderson recruited 5 new volunteers from the Sunday OSA event at Flag.
Saturday Aug 9 BACK – TO – SCHOOL Bash for the Tampa area. This was a lot of fun last year. I/C and volunteers needed. If you have ever said that you would help Marlin, this is when he really needs someone,
Volunteers needed to hand out TWTH booklets with Mike Cardin this Sunday 9-11 am. Everyone who participates has WINS doing it. District #3 is almost completed! That is about 1/3 of all Tampa!!
Marlin is discovering more and more the effects of TWTH: It is now being used at Peak Academy. The Principal gives a book to all the new students. If a child gets in trouble – he/she watches a precept. One boy with anger issues watched the indicated precept and came out saying, “I realize that I looked at this all wrong” and has never been a problem since. TWTH makes a difference!!
We will be labeling TWTH booklets at the next meeting. Remember doing that for the Repulican Nat’l Convention a couple of years ago?
This Sunday 10 – 6:30 at Fort Harrison Auditorium: The Way To Happiness Seminar; Joy, Satisfaction, Happiness, Purpose. This is the seminar to put it all within your reach. $125.00
Tuesday July 29 and every other Tuesday 7-8 pm. Vicki Crocker will put on workshop for new people, especially business owners: How To Boom Business. This is open to all – to Ybor business owners. $5.00 and includes VM booklet on Survey and Promotion.
Wednesday WISE 6-7 pm. Topic: DeBug Tech – Rich Byrd and his crew
Wednesday Night Lecture Series is back!! Aug 6 Mike Fine will speak on “What is Real love composed of?” Come find out what LRH says. $10.00. Proceeds will go to Miami Ideal Org. Help out with Call-in and promo needed. More info will follow, but please promote this to all you know. Wed night lectures are short, full of data, and FUN! If you were around when we did this before at the Habana Org, this is what we want to create again. If you were not, then you are in for a treat!
Reshowing of IAS MV event:
7 pm Friday
1 pm Sat and Sunday
in Div 6-C, the Chapel and HGC
#3 this week and #10 cumulative. This week looks promising with 2 Clears made and highest ever SRD co-audit hours.
End with LRH quote.
Minutes by Deborah Otto
This, let us not forget is the MODEL Ideal Org and St Hill Size Org and is a remora that exists only because Flag has so many rejects they will not service and scientologists have kids that want to get out of their hair. 7 books sold qualifies for an exclam. Exclam!
And here we have the newest Pasadena OT Committee stats and breakdowns. For an Ideal Org, this isn’t much activity. And they don’t have many people on their OT Committee — active or inactive.
Date: Tue, 29 Jul 2014
From: Joel Morris <[email protected]>
Subject: [OTC-Mail] Pasadena OTC – Weekly Statistics – WE 28 July 2014
Weekly OT Committee Statistics
Report Form 2014-2015
Stat form for _____Pasadena___ OT Committee
For W/Eing____28 July 2014_______
Stat # 1: __7___ TOTAL NUMBER OF BRIDGE STEPS TAKEN this week. (This includes all starts on a paid service, training and processing, at a Mission or Org.)
Name Service Org OTC Member
Kathy Oliver Cause Resurgence R/D FSO Caroline Veach
Dave Short Student Hat ASHO F Chris Wrightsman
Jim Owen Financial Prosperity Pasadena Jim Owen
Connie Penner SRD ASHO F Connie Penner
Lissa Dale OT Preps AOLA Kevin Dale
Cheryl Schwalbe Problems of Work Pasadena Cheryl Schwalbe
Helen Kizler OT II AOLA Lisa Terrenzi
Stat # 2: US$___0___ Amount of funds raised for Org Buildings or Renovations in US$. (Must be invoiced by the org, not pledged amounts.)
Stat # 3: ___160.75___ Number of OT Committee Volunteer Hours. (These include hours spent on production by OT Committee Members or OT Committee Volunteers on OTC projects or posts.)
Total Hours Spent Projects or Post Org OTC Member
1.5 FSMing Caroline Veach
1 Dissemination Tom Pula
3 OTC Exec hat Chris Wrightsman
1 Dissemination Craig Jensen
.5 FSMing FSO Ellen Dorsett
3 CF Project Robert Aster
1 Recovery Project Robert Aster
1 Criminon Jim Owen
.5 Comm Sec Jim Owen
4.5 Org Project Shelley Beckmann
3 Criminon Diane Boito
2 Criminon Charles Boito
1 Criminon David Lantz
5 Criminon Barbara Kalergis
3 WISE Kevin Burke
1 WUS Files I/C Nancy Reitze
1.5 Central West OTA I/C Nancy Reitze
7 Criminon Nancy Reitze
3 FSMing Kevin Dale
.5 Flood the Org Karen Morrissett
10.25 DSA Project Peter Alexandre
2 Bookselling Garrison Clarke
1.5 Criminon Pam Weissman
4 Treasurer Cheryl Schwalbe
4 VM Project Ava Wrightsman
3 Dissemination / FSMing Ava Wrightsman
3 FSMing Trish Quigley
1 S Pac OTA Reg I/C Trish Quigley
1 FSMing Cheryl D’Arezzo
3 Stats I/C Joel Morris
2 Criminon Lucy Cole
1.5 CF Project Lucy Cole
6 WISE Danny Chadwell
1 Criminon Bob Pace
1 TWTH Project Bob Pace
1.75 CF Project John Glass
2 CCHR John Glass
2 CF Project I/C Dot Harvey
3 Flood the Org Andrea Wyszynski
1 OTC Exec hat Gail Carroll
1 Drug Free Project Bob Carroll
2 FSMing ASHO F Nikki Magnie
1 WACS Project Nikki Magnie
4 Criminon Kylie Pearce
.5 Criminon Mary Duran
2 Criminon Cathy Morfopoulos
8 Criminon Elaine Fayton
7 Moving Clears/OTs Lisa Terrenzi
3 Criminon Jodie Bohte
2.5 Moving Clears/OTs FSO Mary Heldt
.75 Flood the Org Tina Phillips
1 Moving Clears/OTs Marie Pula
2 TWTH Project Janet Hedge
.5 Activation I/C Neal Sobol
5 Criminon Yael Lir
1 FSMing Pearl Lantz
.5 TWTH Project Pearl Lantz
1 TWTH Project Todd Fifield
.25 Bookselling Mark Loring
2.5 Criminon Brooke Owen
.5 Flood the Org Brooke Owen
.5 Drug Free Project Randy Ferman
.5 Scouting Project Randy Ferman
3.5 Bookselling Randy Ferman
1 FSMing Sandee Ferman
1 WACS Project Sandee Ferman
2.5 Moving Clears/OTs FSO Henning Heldt
4.75 Flood the Org Bob Flanagan
.25 Dir RAP Bob Flanagan
.25 FSMing FSO Susan Flanagan
2.5 Drug Free Project Trissie Badger
Stat # 4: __5,000___ Funds Raised for the IAS in US$.
Yael Lir – $5,000
Stat # 5: ___57___ Number of Active OT Committee Members this week. (Definition: An Active OT Ambassador or Active OT Committee Member is defined as someone who has contributed to the OT Ambassador Program or Projects this week.)
OT Members Names Active?
Aster, Robert Active
Alexandre, Peter Active
Bohte, Jodie Active
Badger, Trissie Active
Boito, Diane Active
Beckmann, Shelley Active
Burke, Kevin Active
Boito, Charles Active
Carroll, Bob Active
Carroll, Gail Active
Clarke, Garrison Active
Chadwell, Danny Active
Cole, Lucy Active
Fifield, Todd Active
Dale, Kevin Active
Hedge, Janet Active
D’Arezzo, Cheryl Active
Dorsett, Ellen Active
Duran, Mary Active
Fayton, Elaine Active
Ferman, Randy Active
Ferman, Sandee Active
Lantz, David Active
Flanagan, Bob Active
Flanagan, Susan Active
Glass, John Active
Loring, Mark Active
Magnie, Nikki Active
Morris, Joel Active
Harvey, Dot Active
Pace, Bob Active
Heldt, Henning Active
Penner, Connie Active
Heldt, Mary Active
Jensen, Craig Active
Kalergis, Barbara Active
Lantz, Pearl Active
Lir, Yael Active
Malm, Evan Active
Morfopoulos, Cathy Active
Morrissett, Karen Active
Owen, Brooke Active
Weissman, Pam Active
Owen, Jim Active
Pearce, Kylie Active
Phillips, Tina Active
Pula, Marie Active
Pula, Tom Active
Quigley, Trish Active
Reitze, Nancy Active
Schwalbe, Cheryl Active
Sobol, Neal Active
Terrenzi, Lisa Active
Veach, Caroline Active
Wrightsman, Ava Active
Wrightsman, Chris Active
Wyszynski, Andrea Active
Stat # 6: __0___ Number of Events, Seminars and Briefings held. (These are events that pertain only to the OT Ambassador program and the person reporting must have participated in or held these events, NOT just attending. The I/C of the event is responsible for reporting the event.)
And then the latest Pasadena OTC Quarterly Report….
From: Aster8 <[email protected]>
To: [email protected]
Sent: Sat, 2 Aug 2014 08:59:20
Subject: [OTC-Mail] How well did you do?
The OT committee prepares quarterly reports on our production which go up the lines to Int. Management. The last report was for March, April and May. Here is a summary of your production as an OTC on GAT phase II and on the Golden Age of Knowledge courses. (Note: In order to collect this data I rely on your weekly OTC reports and upon completion logs that are maintained by the Pasadena Org.)
In general, we have been very productive as an OTC. Very well done! Here is a summary of the report:
* Actions taken to help Scientologists in your field to fully avail themselves of the Golden Age of Tech Phase II training and processing.
The most effective enlightenment actions have been showings of the event where GAT II was released, and wins expressed by course graduates. Pasadena had 38 GAT II completions between February 27 and May 29, 2014. The OTC produced 39 GAT II starts in this time period, by either routing onto service or by helping others get started. Out of these starts, 18 went to the Pasadena Organization, and 21 additional starts went to other organizations.
* Helping Scientologists in your field onto and through the Basics Books and Lectures to get ready for Golden Age of Tech Phase II.
The Pasadena OTC has conducted a steady campaign of contacting Pasadena public through emails, letters, and direct contacts. This has contributed to 77 GAK course completions at Pasadena in the last 3 months (32 GAK course completions at Pasadena were by OTC members). The OTC produced 39 GAK training starts to Pasadena (either by routing onto service or by helping others get started), plus 7 additional starts at other organizations.
One more individual completed the full lineup of Basic books and lectures. The Pasadena Organization now has 58 people who have completed the full Basics lineup. Furthermore, 9 ACC courses were completed by OTC members in this period.
Wow, these are some stats.
The Pasadena IDEAL org managed to completed 38 people on ANY GAG II service in 3 MONTHS. 13 completions a MONTH!
And in total, since 2007 and the release of the “Basics” this IDEAL ORG has managed to get 58 people through the “full Basics line up.”
AND they have less than 100 OTC Members (many less if you only count the “active” ones) though it is interesting to note how many ex-SO and ex-GO are on their list (probably because Executive Software employed so many of them, Craig Jensen was the DG Legal US at one point).
All this for a mere $20 million investment.
The only consolation here is that this is a better return on your money than giving it to the IAS. They don’t even produce these sort of feeble results.