1983 SP Declare List ( OT VII and OT VIII)

BENNETT, Wayne Cl VI, OT-VII, NOTs, Mission Holder
CASEY, Doreen Cl VI, OT-VII, NOTs
CHAMBERLAIN, Neville Cl VIII, OT-VII, NOTs
CHOPPING, Murray Cl XII, OT-VII, NOTs
CORYDON, Bent Cl VIII, OT-VII, NOTs, Mission Holder
CORYDON, Mary CL IX, OT-VII
DAROESMAN, Peggy Clear #500, OT-VII
DAVIDSON, Mike OT-VII, Mission officer
DILLARD, Ty Cl VIII, OT-VII, Mission Holder
DUNLEAVY, Tony Cl VIII, OT-VII, NOTs, c/s 5 & 7
ELTRINHAM, Hana Cl XII, OT-VII, NOTs
ERLICH, Dennis OT-VII, NOTs, Senior Flag Cramming Officer
FLOAT, Robert L. OT-VII, NOTs
FOSTER, Bill Cl VIII, OT-VII, NOTs
FRANKS, Bill Cl VIII, OT-VII, NOTs, ED Int
FUHRMANN, Larry OT-VII, NOTs
GARCIA, Ricardo OT-VII
GARCIA, Roberto OT-VII, NOTs, Mission Holder (Mexico)
GERBER, Alex Cl XII, OT-VII
GREENE, Doran Cl VI, OT-VII, NOTs, L-10
GREENE, Peter Cl VI, OT-VII, NOTs, L-10
HANSON, Larry OT-VII, NOTs
HARE, James Cl VI, OT-VII
HARVEY, Bob Cl VI, OT-VII
HILL, Don Cl VIII, OT-VII, NOTs, Mission Holder
HILL, Lorita Cl VIII, OT-VII
JESSUP, Amos Cl XII, OT-VII
KEMP, Pam Cl IX, OT-VII, Mission Holder
KEMP, Ray Cl VI, OT-VII, Mission Holder
LIVINGSTON, Brian Cl XII, OT-VII
LOTZ, Trey Cl VIII, OT-VII, NOTs
MARPLE, Wayne Cl VIII, OT-VII, NOTs
MARTIN, Ernie Cl VI, OT-VII ? ( Promotes as Cl VIII ? and Kha Khan ?)
MAUERER, Mike Cl XII, OT-VII, NOTs
MEADOWS, Russ Cl XII, OT-VII
MORRIS, Felice Cl VIII, OT-VII, NOTs auditor
MURO, Steve Cl VIII, OT-VII
McFARLANE, Darby S. OT-VII, NOTs, Mission Holder
McKEE, Brown Cl VIII, OT-VII, NOTs
NICHOLS, Jeff Cl IV, OT-VII
PERGUSON, Nat Cl IV, OT-VII, NOTs, Mission Holder
POOK, Ron Cl VIII, OT-VII
PRICE, Marvin Cl VI, OT-VII, NOTs, L-11, L-12, Mission Holder
ROBERTSON, Bill Cl VIII, OT-VII
ROGEN, Peter OT-VII, NOTs, L-10
ROWER, Howard Cl VI, OT-VII, NOTs, Mission Holder
SAMUELS, Martin Cl VIII, OT-VII, NOTs, Mission Holder
SHAFRAN, Ron Cl XII, OT-VII
SHAPIRO, Eileen OT-VII
SIBERSKY, Alex Cl XII, OT-VII, NOTs
SPENCE, Mitch OT-VII
SPICKLER, Phil Cl VIII, OT-VII, NOTs, Mission Holder
STEINBERG, Jill Cl VI, OT-VII
STEINBERG, Leon Cl XII, OT-VII, NOTs
STOKES, Dean Cl VIII, OT-VII, NOTs, Mission Holder
STUMP, Rocky Cl VIII, OT-VII
THOMAS, Bob Cl VIII, OT-VII, NOTs
URQUHART, Ken Cl IX ( Not Cl XII), OT-VII ?
VAN STADEN, Joe OT-VII
VIEN, Enid Cl VIII, OT-VII, NOTs, Mission Holder
WALTER, Alan Cl VIII, OT-VII, NOTs, Mission Holder
WASSERMAN, Kathy OT-VII
WIMBUSH, Kingsley Cl VIII, OT-VII, NOTs, Mission Holder
WISNER, Bobby Cl VI, OT-VII
YOUNG, Bob Cl VI, OT-VII
YOUNG, Loy Cl VI, OT-VII

Source:  ARS  possibly Bill DeCarle ? : “At the time there were only 19 people on the planet who had completed the Class XII Auditor course. Check the above list. You will find 11 of those 19 had *already* been declared. That’s over half!”

Note: list compiled by SPBill and not verified by Pierre.

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Haters

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Moving On Up a Little Higher

By Maya Angelou

A hater is someone who is jealous and envious and spends all their time trying to make you look small so they can look tall. They are very negative people to say the least. Nothing is ever good enough! When you make your mark, you will always attract some haters…That’s why you have to be careful with whom you share your blessings and your dreams, because some folk can’t handle seeing you blessed…

It’s dangerous to be like somebody else…

If God wanted you to be like somebody else, He would have given you what He gave them! Right? You never know what people have  gone through to get what they have.

The problem I have with haters is that they see my glory, but they don’t know my story… If the grass looks greener on the other side of the fence, you can rest assured that…

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A wolf in sheep’s clothing

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A wolf in sheep’s clothing has been trying to destroy our family doing the bidding of the Church and financially buying out corrupt alliances. Be sure this wolf will scream very laud seeing this mirror picture of thyself! The wolf did spread many lies and misrepresentations to start quarrels.

This wolf has carried out numerous character assassination attacks. The attacks were carried out maliciously by publishing defamatory libelous  matters without lawful justification or excuse and only meant to injure the reputation of  my family by exposing us to hatred, contempt and ridicule that was designed to insult us.  In addition this was coupled with threats, phone calls, emails and physical stalking. This should be labeled with what it truly is. This is criminal!

Procrastination

Statistics suggest that 40% of people have experienced financial loss due to procrastination. Chronic procrastination affects 20% of men and women. Are you one of them?

There are five key reasons people procrastinate:

  • Fear of failure
  • Fear of success
  • Fear of what “others” will think
  • Fear of taking responsibility
  • False sense of security

The key to beating procrastination and reaching your full potential is effort and commitment. Most people reach their full potential simply by making a commitment and holding themselves accountable to it now not tomorrow.

How Calgary reduce the crime rate

The lions and the tigers might be heading to jail

If you commit a crime in Calgary your jail cell mate might be a roaring lion.

A massive evacuation continues to play out in Calgary, where flood waters have forced about 100,000 people from their homes and left the city’s core a virtual wasteland. Mayor Naheed Nenshi has asked residents to avoid all unnecessary travel, but there is one trip city officials may need to make.

As part of the intense evacuation, some of the Calgary Zoo’s largest animals could be moved to a new home – in jail cells at the courthouse. The Calgary Herald reports that emergency management and zoo officials considered moving the city’s four lions, six tigers and two snow leopards to the courthouse. By afternoon, the big cats were still contained at the zoo.

A Facebook post did say, however, that several animals were relocated from the zoo for safety reasons. Two zebras were taken to the Devonian Wildlife Conservation Centre. Two pot-bellied pigs were reportedly taken to an animal shelter and gorillas were being kept to the highest areas of their enclosure.

Zoo Evacuation

The Kingship of Self-Control

Training, Drills and Courseware

By William George Jordan

Self Control

Contents

CHAP.

I. THE KINGSHIP OF SELF-CONTROL
II. THE CRIMES OF THE TONGUE
III. THE RED TAPE OF DUTY
IV. THE SUPREME CHARITY OF THE WORLD
V. WORRY, THE GREAT AMERICAN DISEASE
VI. THE GREATNESS OF SIMPLICITY
VII. LIVING LIFE OVER AGAIN
VIII. SYNDICATING OUR SORROWS
IX. THE REVELATIONS OF RESERVE POWER

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The Kingship of Self-Control
MAN has two creators,—his God and himself. His first creator furnishes him the raw material of his life and the laws in conformity with which he can make that life what he will. His second creator,—himself,—has marvelous powers he rarely realizes. It is what a man makes of himself that counts.

When a man fails in life he usually says, “I am as God made me.” When he succeeds he proudly proclaims himself a “self-made man.” Man is placed into this world not as a finality,—but as…

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The Majesty of Calmness by W. Jordan

Training, Drills and Courseware

We  felt strongly drawn today to achieve a state of inner spiritual grace from which we could function and give as we were truly meant to be

It was said “Don’t wish me happiness – I don’t expect to be happy it’s gotten beyond that, somehow. Wish me courage and strength and a sense of humor – I will need them all.“

The sea does not reward those who are too anxious, too greedy, or too impatient. To dig for treasures shows not only impatience and greed, but lack of faith. Patience, patience, patience, is what the sea teaches. Patience and faith.

For true happiness one may need security, but joy can spring like a flower even from the cliffs of despair.

We do not believe that sheer suffering teaches. If suffering alone taught, all the world would be wise, since everyone suffers. To suffering must be added mourning, understanding, patience, love…

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Success in Collaboration

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Please pass this relatively “minor” success story to Pierre. I am qualifying the success I will now write about as “minor” as I do not look in the physical universe for proof of gains. My gains are what I am certain of, firstly in my own universe. It is a bonus if these gains manifest themselves in other universes.
Yesterday Pierre and I addressed a “problem”. This problem was perfectly fine and related to a business relationship and a strong difference of approach between me and a business associate I had entered in a business commitment with.
A couple of months ago I wrote an email to this business associate with an extensive business proposal. When I did not hear back for a month, I forwarded the email to the business executive who is the person’s direct senior. I basically intended to bypass this person as he did not want to be in communication.
Pierre and I briefly addressed this “problem” in session  and quickly moved on.
Yesterday I received an email from this business executive with a copy to his junior associate. He wanted his subordinate to arrange a conference call for next week between us all. The last time this business executive allowed live phone contact was over a year ago. The only other communication with him were some short generic emails with no substantial business commitments I received in the first quarter of this year.
Coincidence? Perhaps. Perhaps not.
If this phone call works out as I want it to, I will immediately receive close to $20 000 for a completed business engagement.
Kind regards,
[Signed]

Powerful and vibrant success story

Powerful and vibrant success story:
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Hey Pierre:

I am sending you a success story on our Ls Review, as promised. It’s a bit different, as success stories go.  But like you once said,
it’s not about what is said; it’s about going out and doing and living life.

So my success story is ATTACHED as a music  file. I worked on this recording while on my review and finished the final mix last night. (after completing our review)  So what better way for me to say THANK YOU to you and to LRH than to CREATE.

I hope you enjoy it.

But most important of all, it’s my success story, coming to you with thanks and appreciation.

Love,

(Signed)

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Few months later of consistent and sustained success:

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Hey Pierre:

I am just writing to say Hi:

I do hope you are happy and well, flourishing and prospering.

I had dinner with [******] tonight and we got to talking about you. It seems that we agreed that your were an amazing, wonderful being. So I thought I might share that with you as well.

I am doing very well after our sessions together. Thank you for that.

I am looking forward to my next cycle with you, of course. It’s my postulate.

Anyway lots of love and good music, my friend.

Love,

(Signed)

 

Paul Haggis

The New Yorker magazine has featured an article on Oscar-winning screenwriter and London, Ont., native Paul Haggis, who had a high-profile split from Scientology.

On August 19, 2009, Tommy Davis, the chief spokesperson for the Church of Scientology International, received a letter from the film director and screenwriter Paul Haggis. “For ten months now I have been writing to ask you to make a public statement denouncing the actions of the Church of Scientology of San Diego,” Haggis wrote. Before the 2008 elections, a staff member at Scientology’s San Diego church had signed its name to an online petition supporting Proposition 8, which asserted that the State of California should sanction marriage only “between a man and a woman.” The proposition passed. As Haggis saw it, the San Diego church’s “public sponsorship of Proposition 8, which succeeded in taking away the civil rights of gay and lesbian citizens of California—rights that were granted them by the Supreme Court of our state—is a stain on the integrity of our organization and a stain on us personally. Our public association with that hate-filled legislation shames us.” Haggis wrote, “Silence is consent, Tommy. I refuse to consent.” He concluded, “I hereby resign my membership in the Church of Scientology.”

Haggis was prominent in both Scientology and Hollywood, two communities that often converge. Although he is less famous than certain other Scientologists, such as Tom Cruise and John Travolta, he had been in the organization for nearly thirty-five years. Haggis wrote the screenplay for “Million Dollar Baby,” which won the Oscar for Best Picture in 2004, and he wrote and directed “Crash,” which won Best Picture the next year—the only time in Academy history that that has happened.

http://www.newyorker.com/reporting/2011/02/14/110214fa_fact_wright

http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/ni/2011/02/the_apostate_paul_haggis_vs_th.html

TRAUMATIC INCIDENT STRESS

A traumatic incident is one that may involve exposure to catastrophic events, severe injury or a personal loss (emotional and physical). Individuals can reduce the risk of experiencing stress associated with a traumatic incident by utilizing simple methods to recognize, monitor, and maintain healthy state at the time of traumatic event and following such experiences.

Symptoms of Stress

Individuals may experience physical, cognitive, emotional, or behavioral symptoms of stress. Some people experience these reactions immediately at the scene of exposure, while for others symptoms may occur weeks or months later.

Physical symptoms

Individuals experiencing any of the following symptoms should seek IMMEDIATE medical attention:

  • Chest pain
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Severe pain
  • Symptoms of shock (shallow breathing, rapid or weak pulse, nausea, shivering, pale and moist skin, mental confusion, and dilated pupils)

Individuals may also experience the following physical symptoms. If these symptoms occur over time or become severe, workers should seek medical attention. Additional physical symptoms include:

  • Fatigue
  • Nausea/vomiting
  • Dizziness
  • Profuse sweating
  • Thirst
  • Headaches
  • Visual difficulties
  • Clenching of jaw
  • Nonspecific aches and pains

Cognitive symptoms

If these symptoms occur on the scene of an incident individuals may not be able to stay clearly focused to maintain their own safety or to rescue injured victims. Affected individuals may experience momentary cognitive symptoms; however, if symptoms are chronic or interfere with daily activities, the affected individuals should seek medical attention and counselling. These symptoms include:

  • Confusion
  • Disorientation
  • Heightened or lowered alertness
  • Poor concentration
  • Poor problem solving
  • Difficulty identifying familiar objects or people
  • Memory problems
  • Nightmares

Emotional symptoms

Strong emotions are ordinary reactions to a traumatic or extraordinary situation. Individuals should seek also counselling support if  the following emotional symptoms or distress emerge:

  • Anxiety
  • Guilt
  • Denial
  • Grief
  • Fear
  • Irritability
  • Loss of emotional control
  • Depression
  • Sense of failure
  • Feeling overwhelmed
  • Blaming others or self
  • Severe panic (rare)

Behavioral symptoms

As a result of a traumatic incident, Individual may notice the following behavioral changes in themselves or associates:

  • Intense anger
  • Withdrawal
  • Emotional outburst
  • Temporary loss or increase of appetite
  • Excessive alcohol consumption
  • Inability to rest, pacing
  • Change in sexual functioning

Recommendations to Monitor and Maintain Healthy Emotional State

Individuals affected by traumatic incidents need to take ownership and to maintain the constant vigilance they need for their  well being and must be able to stay focused  in the dynamic, changing  environment. Often people do not recognize the need to take care of themselves and to monitor their own emotional and physical health.  The following guidelines contain simple methods for individuals affected by traumatic incidents.

Take control over yourself and your environment

  • Be conscious of those around you. Individuals who are exhausted, stressed, or even temporarily distracted may place themselves and others at risk.
  • Take frequent rest breaks if necessary.  Mental fatigue, particularly over long shift your risk of  accidents and injury.

Maintain adequate nutrition and rest

  • Eat and sleep regularly. Maintain as normal a schedule as possible.
  • Drink plenty of fluids such as water and juices.
  • Try to eat a variety of foods and increase your intake of complex carbohydrates (for example, breads and muffins made with whole grains, granola bars).
  • Whenever possible, take breaks and getaways.

Monitor mental and emotional state

  • Recognize and accept what you cannot change
  • Talk to people when YOU feel like it. You decide when you want to discuss your experience. Talking about an event may be reliving it. Choose your own comfort level.
  • If you have access to counselling  support, use it!
  • Recurring thoughts, dreams, or flashbacks are normal—do not try to fight them. They will decrease over time.
  • Communicate with your loved ones as frequently as possible.

Recommendations to Maintain Health Following the Incident

Over time your impressions and understanding of their experience will change. This process is different for everyone. No matter what the event or an individual’s reaction to it, you can follow some basic steps that will help  adjust to the experience:

  • Reach out—people really do care.
  • Reconnect with family, spiritual, and community supports.
  • Consider keeping a journal.
  • Do not make any big life decisions.
  • Make as many daily decisions as possible to give yourself a feeling of control over your life.
  • Spend time with others or alone doing the things you enjoy to refresh and recharge yourself.
  • Be aware that you may feel particularly fearful for your family. This is normal and will pass in time.
  • Remember that “getting back to normal” takes time. Gradually work back into your routine. Let others carry more weight for a while at home and at work.
  • Be aware that recovery is not a straight path but a matter of two steps forward and one back. You will make progress.
  • Appreciate a sense of humor in yourself and others. It is okay to laugh again.
  •  This is a time for patience, understanding, and communication.
  • Avoid use of drugs or alcohol. You do not need to complicate your situation with a substance abuse problem.
  • Get plenty of rest and normal exercise. Eat well-balanced, regular meals.
  • Get counselling

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