L. Ron Hubbard, HCO Bulletin of 21 May 1980, "Purification Rundown Case Data"

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R. Hill

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Mar 23, 2007, 7:06:11 PM3/23/07
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I link at the following google groups post:

http://groups.google.com/group/alt.religion.scientology/msg/3aa7f256586af60b

But now it's gone...

«In response to a legal complaint we received, we have removed one or
more messages. If you wish, you may read the legal complaint.»

Which I guess confirm somehow the authenticity of the content of the
message.

I don't exactly remember the whole content, but I kept a fair use
excerpt on my site of the policy in which Hubbard unequivocally states
that the 'Purification Rundown' *is* a spiritual activity:

«The Purification Rundown is a Spiritual activity based on and
administered according to the doctrine and practices of the religion
of Scientology as set forth in the writings of L. Ron Hubbard and
adopted by the Church. No part of the Rundown is intended as the
diagnosis, prescription for, or treatment of any bodily or physical
condition or ill.»
L. Ron Hubbard, HCO Bulletin of 21 May 1980, "Purification Rundown
Case Data"

I guess it's inconvenient to have this matter brought forth while they
try to sell the 'purif' as a secular and scientifically sound
treatment... Anyway, the RTC is clear about all the writings and
recordings of L. Ron Hubbard: they all constitute the scripture of the
Scientology religion.

Ray.

Zinj

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Mar 23, 2007, 7:33:17 PM3/23/07
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In article <1174691171.092300.147110
@l77g2000hsb.googlegroups.com>, rh...@xenu-directory.net says...

> I link at the following google groups post:
>
> http://groups.google.com/group/alt.religion.scientology/msg/3aa7f256586af60b
>
> But now it's gone...
>
> =ABIn response to a legal complaint we received, we have removed one or
> more messages. If you wish, you may read the legal complaint.=BB

>
> Which I guess confirm somehow the authenticity of the content of the
> message.
>
> I don't exactly remember the whole content, but I kept a fair use
> excerpt on my site of the policy in which Hubbard unequivocally states
> that the 'Purification Rundown' *is* a spiritual activity:
>
> =ABThe Purification Rundown is a Spiritual activity based on and

> administered according to the doctrine and practices of the religion
> of Scientology as set forth in the writings of L. Ron Hubbard and
> adopted by the Church. No part of the Rundown is intended as the
> diagnosis, prescription for, or treatment of any bodily or physical
> condition or ill.=BB
> L=2E Ron Hubbard, HCO Bulletin of 21 May 1980, "Purification Rundown

> Case Data"
>
> I guess it's inconvenient to have this matter brought forth while they
> try to sell the 'purif' as a secular and scientifically sound
> treatment... Anyway, the RTC is clear about all the writings and
> recordings of L. Ron Hubbard: they all constitute the scripture of the
> Scientology religion.
>
> Ray.

Do you have the date/time and 'author' of the original post?
Subject?

Google is not the *only* 'archivist', nor even the most honest
:)

This is what comes up when you hit the 'link' to
Chillingeffects.org, whish is *supposed* to be archving these
exercises in Scientoloty barratry:

Chilling Effects Clearinghouse > Notice Unavailable

Notice Unavailable
DMCA (Copyright) Complaint to Google
The notice is not available.

Chilling Effects serves as a clearinghouse for cease-and-desist
notices. Chilling Effects is not the sender of these notices,
and is not responsible for removing pages from the web or search
engine listings. If you believe a web page or site was wrongly
removed, you should contact the ISP or search engine who removed
the site. In the case of an improper DMCA notification, you may
wish to file a counter-notification.

What's up with *that*?

Not only is the msg. eliminated, but the *record* of it being
eliminated and the complaint 'disappeared'?

Zinj
--
You Can Lead a Clam to Reason; but You Can't Make Him Think

R. Hill

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Mar 27, 2007, 2:03:00 PM3/27/07
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On Mar 23, 7:33 pm, Zinj <zinji...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> In article <1174691171.092300.147110
> @l77g2000hsb.googlegroups.com>, r...@xenu-directory.net says...

>
>
>
> > I link at the following google groups post:
>
> >http://groups.google.com/group/alt.religion.scientology/msg/3aa7f2565...

I don't have the date for the post.

An interesting tidbit though: this "Purification Rundown Data Case" is
used as a *reference* in a "scientific evaluation of the Hubbard
detoxification procedure", found there:

http://www.detoxacademy.org/pdfs/fatxeno.pdf

(disclaimer for newcomers, 'International Academy of Detoxification
Specialists' is another Scientology front, of course)

I think this is funny to use such Hubbard bulletin in a supposedly
"scientific paper", when this Hubbard bulletin contains the disclaimer


"The Purification Rundown is a Spiritual activity based on and
administered according to the doctrine and practices of the religion
of Scientology as set forth in the writings of L. Ron Hubbard and
adopted by the Church. No part of the Rundown is intended as the
diagnosis, prescription for, or treatment of any bodily or physical
condition or ill."

I sure would like a scan of this particular HCO...

Ray.

Android Cat

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Mar 27, 2007, 4:23:53 PM3/27/07
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It's a pity that it's the Google index in the link rather than the Usenet
message ID--then it would be easier to dig out a copy from my archive.
(Google does support the use of msgids in link. Example:
http://groups.google.ca/groups?as_umsgid=etkdq...@drn.newsguy.com )

Around what year was it posted?

--
Ron of that ilk.


R. Hill

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On Mar 27, 4:23 pm, "Android Cat" <androidca...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> R. Hill wrote:
> > I link at the following google groups post:
>
> >http://groups.google.com/group/alt.religion.scientology/msg/3aa7f2565...
> http://groups.google.ca/groups?as_umsgid=etkdqa02...@drn.newsguy.com )

>
> Around what year was it posted?
>
> --
> Ron of that ilk.

This thread:

http://groups.google.com/group/alt.religion.scientology/browse_frm/thread/3d99012344d90998

"On 26 Apr 2004 17:49:41 -0000, Anonymous-Remai...@See.Comment.Header
(Dolly Lama) wrote in <PM352I2K38103.5345023...@anonymous.poster>:"

Ray.

Zinj

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In article <1175018580.737370.111460
@b75g2000hsg.googlegroups.com>, rh...@xenu-directory.net says...

For the sake of completeness and discussion, here's a Fair Use
copy of what appears to be the full issue. I can't vouch for
its provenance, but, it seems to jibe with your fragment.

Obviously its description of the 'process' would be entirely
unsuitable for a 'secular' usage, such as Narconon:

HUBBARD COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE
Saint Hill Manor, East Grinstead, Sussex

HCO BULLETIN OF 21 MAY 1980
Remimeo
All Staff
All Orgs
All Missions
C/Ses
MOs,
MLOs
Purif I/C
Tech
Qual
PURIFICATION RUNDOWN CASE DATA

References:

HCOB 6 Feb 78RA THE PURIFICATION RUNDOWN
Re-rev. 4.12.7 REPLACES THE SWEAT PROGRAM
HCOB 6 Feb 78RA-1 THE PURIFICATION RUNDOWN --
Add. of 20.12.79 ERRATA AND ADDITIONS
HCOB 30 Dec 79 HOW TO BUILD A SAUNA
HCOB 3 Jan 80R PURIFICATION RUNDOWN AND
Rev. 10 Apr 80 ATOMIC WAR
HCOB/HCO PL of ILLEGAL PCs, ACCEPTANCE OF
11 Feb 80 ADDITION REGARDING
PURIFICATION RUNDOWN
HCOB 14 Feb 80 RESEARCH DATA ON NUTRITIONAL
VITAMIN INCREASES ON THE
PURIFICATION RUNDOWN
HCOB 29 Feb 80 THE PURIFICATION RUNDOWN:
PREGNANCY AND BREAST-FEEDING
HCOB 7 Mar 80 DIET, COMMENTS UPON

The Purification Rundown is undertaken by those who wish to
free
themselves from the restimulative effects of drug residues and
biochemical
factors which would otherwise prevent or inhibit them from
making the
spiritual improvement which is possible with Dianetic and
Scientology
processing.

From the floods of highly enthusiastic letters and reports
of glowing
results that continue to roll in, it accomplishes this with
resounding benefit
and successes that are even beyond the original expectations.

Since the initial release of the research data, those who
have completed
the Rundown number well up in the thousands. Along with the
numerous accounts
received of wins and changes and gain have come requests for
more data on some
aspects of the Rundown.

To satisfy these requests, several Case Supervisors who
were doing case
supervision of the Purification Rundown and a number of people
who were on or
had completed the program were interviewed so as to obtain more
information
for your use in handling the rundown.

In all, six Case Supervisors from five major areas and a
total of 120
persons from those areas were carefully surveyed. Their data is
given in this
HCOB, along with additional data from unsolicited reports, where
the
information was verified by folder study.

HCOB 21.5.80 - 2 -

These summarized findings are based on results from a wide
spectrum of
cases, including those with heavy, medium or light strict drug
history, those
with history of medical drugs in varying degrees, and some few
with minimal
drugs of any kind reported.

This information is not intended to take the place of
individual medical
advices given to persons by their doctors in doing the Rundown.

1. WHAT IS THE OPTIMUM DAILY LENGTH OF TIME ON THE PURIFICATION
RUNDOWN FOR
MOST PEOPLE?

From the many cases interviewed and from C/S data, five
hours exercise
and sauna daily has been found to be ideal for the majority of
people on the
Purification Rundown. The Rundown apparently works like a bomb
when the
highest percentage of this time is spent in the sauna and a
lesser percentage
in running. (Example: A good ratio has been found to be
approximately 20 to 30
minutes of running to get the circulation up, and the remainder
of the time in
the sauna, for a total of five hours.)

Not everyone has gone immediately onto a full five hour
stint right from
the start (and some have successfully done the entire program on
a shorter
daily schedule, as covered later in this issue). In both the
running and the
sauna, where the right gradient was applied, particularly when
beginning the
program, it went very smoothly. Age and current physical
condition and stamina
can all enter into it. Among the many surveyed were those who
required a few
days to work up to five hours daily but once there it proved to
be the optimum
daily period for them, as it has for so many people.

Additionally, on such a schedule the Purification Rundown
can and has
been completed effectively in the shortest possible amount of
time.

Most people approached the 5 hour daily program eagerly and
enthusiastically. Some were found apt to plunge in a bit out-
gradiently at the
start, and this was handled by having them work up gradually to
where they
could run 20 to 30 minutes without strain and take the sauna
time at the rate
they could handle it, especially to begin with.

One area reported a few people staying in the sauna too
lung with no
break and turning on headaches and other unnecessary reactions
that way. The
purpose should not be to see how long one can stay in the sauna
for any one
stretch of time, and this had to be clarified with several such
enthusiasts.
What worked best was when the person had a good sweat going and
had been in
the sauna sweating for a while then coming out, getting some
fresh air and
space and cooling off, as needed, and going right back in for
more sweating.
When plenty of liquids (many people take water jugs into the
sauna), enough
salt or potassium or Bioplasma were used the sauna time went
very well.

These are some of the points which were found to get and
keep the person
winning.

2. CAN THE PURIFICATION RUNDOWN BE SATISFACTORILY COMPLETED ON
LESS THAN
FIVE HOURS DAILY?

This has been piloted where circumstances honestly
prevented some persons
from doing the Rundown 5 hours daily. It

HCOB 21.5.80 - 3 -

was found that the Rundown can be completed effectively by a
good many cases
on less than five hours per day, provided the person is getting
benefit and
change on the shorter schedule.

The shorter schedules ranged from 4 hours down to a minimum
of 2 1/2
hours daily, always with a higher percentage of time spent in
the sauna than
in running.

The absolute minimum daily period found to give good return
on the
Rundown was 2 1/2 hours total running and sauna time. This
period would then
be spent as follows: Approximately 20 to 30 minutes of running
and the
remaining two hours or so in the sauna.

The same gradients applied when the person was on or
starting on a 2 1/2
hour daily schedule as on any other schedule.

C/S approval would be obtained for the person to do the
Rundown on this
shorter schedule, as there are other factors that enter into it.
Any medical
advice or order for the person to be on the shorter schedule
would, of course,
need to be followed.

The Rundown can and in most cases has taken longer to
complete on a
shortened daily schedule, but survey results show that it can be
done
successfully by a good many people at a minimum of 2 1/2 hours
daily provided
all other points of the Rundown are standardly maintained.

3. DOES THE EXTENT OF A PERSON'S DRUG HISTORY SEEM TO BE A
FACTOR IN HOW MUCH
TIME WOULD BE SPENT DAILY ON THE PURIFICATION RUNDOWN?

Per all the research and survey data thus far, the extent
of drug history
is definitely a factor in determining how much time daily an
individual would
spend on the Rundown.

Beyond any doubt the survey showed that those with heavy or
even
mediumly-heavy drug histories benefited most from the 5 hour
daily schedule.
This can apply to persons with heavy medical drug histories as
well as to
those who have had heavy street drugs.

There are reports on record of persons with heavy drug
histories who,
though they had done fairly well at the beginning of the Rundown
on 2 1/2
hours a day (some phenomena turning on and blowing), did not
begin to turn on
restimulation of actual "trips" and blow through them until they
got onto a 5
hour daily schedule.

Others reported that if something turned on while in the
sauna they made
it a point to stick carefully to the sauna time (taking short
breaks as
necessary for water, salt or potassium, or to cool off) until
the
manifestation blew, and they then came out feeling good and
refreshed. These
same persons reported that if they short-cut the sauna time
because something
uncomfortable had turned on they came out feeling bad or dull
and it would
then take longer to blow through the manifestation.

Even some people with very light drug histories reported
feeling calmer
and more uptone after a stint in the sauna which was long enough
to permit
them to get through any restim or discomfort that had turned on.

HCOB 21.5.80 - 4 -

There is everything to be said for putting a person on a
schedule which
will permit him to handle these factors, and it was found
particularly
important that those with heavy or mediumly-heavy drug histories
were
scheduled properly so that they were able to get full return
from the action
and wind up with the EP.

4. WHO DETERMINES WHAT DAILY LENGTH OF TIME THE PERSON SHOULD BE
ON ON
THE RUNDOWN?

On any question as to daily schedule, the C/S would
adjudicate as to the
daily time period for the individual.

In any case where the person was doing the Rundown on a
special medical
program, the C/S would ensure any doctor's orders regarding
schedule were
adhered to.

The C/S's first consideration would be what is going to
give the person
the most gain. Wherever possible the person would do five hours
daily and most
people have done this. In instances where a shorter daily
schedule was
actually required for best results on some individuals, the
schedule was
adjusted per C/S adjudication.

In cases where persons honestly had limited time, these
were considered
for the minimum 2 1/2 hour daily time period, as it would have
been altered
importance to deny them the Rundown otherwise. But it was
necessary to ensure
that each person could and did make progress on the shorter
daily schedule as
he continued it and, if not, getting him onto the proper
regimen.

Some who started at 2 1/2 hours daily later requested to
move up to the
five hour period, and there have been cases where persons on the
shorter
schedule were getting heavy restimulation of drugs which they
could not handle
on the shorter period and when switched to the five hour period
by the C/S
they did remarkably better. This can occur, apparently, with
street drug or
medical drug users and is something for the C/S to bear in mind.
The heavier
drug cases were, where possible, put on the five hour schedule
to begin with.

Again, per the survey data, correct gradient was the watch-
word here, as
in all aspects of the Purification Rundown.

The C/Sing of cases on the Rundown would not be done rotely
but always
done on an individual basis with the individual never pushed
further or faster
than he could go. (To do otherwise would be a violation of the
tech of the
Rundown and a violation of the tech on gradients.)

The successful action has been to get the person on a
schedule where he
is winning and able to handle what comes up, and then ensure he
gets in that
amount of time each day and preferably at the same time each
day. Regularity
of schedule plays a big part in completing the Rundown smoothly
and
effectively, with all the benefit to be had.

5. WHAT REACTIONS HAVE BEEN NOTED WHEN PARTS OF THE RUNDOWN WERE
SKIMPED OR
WHEN THE RUNDOWN WAS DONE IRREGULARLY?

LIMITED GAIN PER HOUR

One of the factors examined closely in the course of this
survey was
whether or not there was a common sauna time

HCOB 21.5.80 - 5 -

limit for most people (within the 5 hours) after which the
person got tired
and the individual got less return for the remainder of the
period.

In those cases where the Rundown was being carried out
very standardly
there were no reports of such tiredness setting in before the 5
hours were up,
which were due to length of time spent in the sauna. (Some of
these cases
reported they experienced tiredness as part of a restimulation
of drug
reactions, etc., but they were able to spot it as such and blow
through it
within the 5 hour period.)

However, there were 24 reports from individuals stating
they did get
tired in the sauna well within the 5 hours and get limited or no
benefit from
it beyond that tiring point. The daily time limits for gain
reported by these
24 cases varied widely from person to person, the reported
limits ranging from
4 hours down to 2 1/2 hours or less. The individual's drug
history did not
seem to be a factor, as the reports came from persons whose drug
histories
ranged from heavy down to few or no drugs, medical or otherwise.

These 24 cases were looked into carefully and when all the
pertinent
data was examined (some of it obtained by metered interview),
what showed up
were departures from the standard procedure as given in the
Purification
Rundown HCOBs.

The departures found were (in order of frequency):

a. Not enough sleep

b. Insufficient salt or potassium or Bioplasma taken while
in the sauna
or before running, OR a combination of a. and b.

c. Dropped out vitamins that day, skimping on vitamins or
taking
vitamins sporadically

d. An undetected and/or unhandled vitamin deficiency.

In one case out of the 24 the person was found to be
anemic and he
should not have put himself onto the program. This was handled
by getting the
person onto a special medical program to be carried out under
medical
supervision before the Rundown could be completed.

Correction of the other cases brought about smoother
progress and much
improved results.

At best, any one of the above-listed outnesses or
omissions could result
in the person tiring too quickly, experiencing unnecessary
discomfort, getting
limited gain per hour and prolonging the Rundown unnecessarily.
The apparency
would be that the Rundown was not working when in actual fact it
was not being
applied standardly.

Where a person on any schedule reports he is tiring at a
certain point
and getting little or no benefit per hour spent beyond that
point, one would
need to determine if an adjustment of the daily time period was
needed. But,
as has been found, additionally and always one would carefully
examine exactly
what the person was doing on each section of the Rundown and get
any outnesses
rectified.

Regardless of whether the person is on the maximum or
minimum daily
schedule, departures from other aspects of the procedure would
decrease the
benefits until these departures were handled.

HCOB 21.5.80 - 6 -

SLEEP

In the 24 cases mentioned above and in some other cases
reporting
problems on the Rundown, by far the most common outness found
was lack of
sufficient sleep.

This is covered in the original bulletin under the section
on a properly
ordered personal schedule. However, it should be re-emphasized
here that
adequate sleep has been found to be a vital factor in the
correct application
of this Rundown. People function best when they are sufficiently
rested.

Some tiredness has not been uncommon at certain intervals
during the
course of the Rundown, even when the procedure was being carried
out
standardly. It can occur when the person first goes onto the
program and needs
to build up to the full daily time period on a gradient. It can
also occur as
part of the restimulation in connection with medical or street
drug residues
or as part of restim of an old illness, etc., any of which the
person might
run through while on this program. There are many cases on
record of persons
on the Rundown turning on and blowing through periods of
tiredness or fatigue
connected with past illness and/or medical or drug experiences
and coming
through them far brighter and more energetic.

But it must be borne in mind that the Purification Rundown
can be
strenuous. Trying to do it on too little sleep would be a severe
violation. A
person observably needs enough sleep in order to cope with the
changes he is
undergoing. Per C/S reports, where this has been violated the
person has often
wound up having a rough time of it. Quite apart from any mere
tiredness, any
reactions which are there to be restimulated by drug residuals
can (due to
insufficient sleep) produce unnecessary and non-optimum
reactions.

Adequate sleep while on the Purification Rundown has proven
to be every
bit as important as it is when one is on a routine auditing
program and is
part of a properly ordered personal schedule. One obviously
can't expect to
make the gains possible on the Purification Rundown unless this
point is in.

And one must be okay medically to go onto the Rundown in
the first
place.

SAUNA VENTILATION

Correct ventilation of the sauna is covered in HCOB 30 Dec
79, HOW TO
BUILD A SAUNA, and it is reiterated here as a must.

Improper sauna ventilation is reported as a contributive
factor in a
person tiring too quickly. It reportedly can bring on lassitude
(weariness of
body or mind from harsh climate), air hunger or any number of
other symptoms
which some persons have, in error, attributed to other causes.
This has in
some cases prolonged the Rundown or given the appearance of the
Rundown being
unflat when actually it was complete.

Those immediately responsible for delivering the
Purification Rundown, as
well as the executives of the org, are responsible for ensuring
the sauna has
been constructed and is being operated standardly, with a
sufficient oxygen
supply for the number of persons using it. This also ties in
with correctly
staggering the scheduling of people for the sauna. One wouldn't
jam too many
people in the sauna at once, from the standpoint of ordinary
comfort as well
as sufficient oxygen supply.

HCOB 21.5.80 - 7 -

OVERHEATING AND SALT DEPLETION

An R-factor on the effects of over-heating was found to be
essential for
a person beginning the Rundown, as well as basic hatting on how
to handle this
on an emergency basis should it occur.

The symptoms of overheating and/or salt or potassium
depletion --
dizziness, feeling faint, weakness, clammy skin, becoming
overheated, etc. --
are taken up in HCOB 6 Feb 78RA and HCOB 6 Feb 78RA-1, THE
PURIFICATION
RUNDOWN, ERRATA AND ADDITIONS.

Beginning persons would need hatting on these points so as
not to confuse
these symptoms with the manifestations that can turn on when
restimulation in
connection with drug residuals is occurring. It is common
knowledge and a
matter of good common sense that over-heating and/or salt or
potassium
depletion can be prevented by sufficient salt, Potassium or
Bioplasma intake
and by cooling off periodically as necessary during the sauna
period. But
where these symptoms occurred they would be handled and not
considered
something the person must "go through".

Additionally, if perspiration ceases while in the sauna --
the body
suddenly stops sweating and the skin becomes hot and dry -- it's
an indicator
that needs immediate handling. This is a clamping down on the
part of the
body, a resistance to expel, and it is the first sign of a heat
stroke.

The Standard First Aid personal Safety booklet put out by
the American
National Red Cross covers the symptoms of heat exhaustion/heat
stroke and the
immediate aid to be given for such.

One would get the person out of the sauna at once and cool
him off with a
cold or cool shower or sponging, or start with a lukewarm shower
and gradually
make it cooler. Fluids, and salt, potassium or Bioplasma would
be given.

This reference would be kept on hand, readily available, in
the sauna
location.

Hatting on all the above points would be included in the R-
factor the
person is given when he begins the Rundown. Salt or potassium
depletion as a
chronic condition would be handled in liaison with the person's
doctor.

NUTRITION

What showed up throughout the survey data was the
importance of the daily
nutritional vitamins, minerals, oil, Cal Mag and vegetables and
the role that
these nutritional elements play in handling, on the Purification
Rundown, the
traumatic effects of the restimulation of drugs, as covered in
some detail in
the original bulletin.

In each area it was observed that dropping out any of these
supplements
while on the program, skimping on them or taking them only
sporadically,
contrary to the program as approved by the person's doctor,
could create or
intensely deficiencies which would then throw a curve into the
Rundown that
would show up in any number of ways -- tiring quickly, lack of
energy, upset
stomach, nausea, a general "not feeling good" or actually
getting sick in some
way, to name a few.

HCOB 21.5.80 - 8 -

Any omissions of these standard elements were found to
interfere with the
progress and purpose of the Rundown, which is to free up the
individual for
spiritual improvement by handling the restimulative effects of
accumulated
residual drugs and toxins.

With the increase in numbers of those doing the Rundown,
many more
persons are now reported to have successfully completed it under
close
supervision on the nutritional vitamin and mineral increases,
including
Niacin, within the ranges given in the original research data
published in
HCOB 14 Feb 1980 (RESEARCH DATA ON NUTRITIONAL VITAMIN INCREASES
ON THE
PURIFICATION RUNDOWN), with approval for such supplements from a
medical
doctor.

Many areas report it has also been helpful to have a good
familiarity
with the Adelle Davis books on nutrition and diet, as listed by
title in HCOB
7 March 1980, DIETS, COMMENTS UPON.

Where individual tolerances were taken into consideration
under medical
supervision and any vitamin imbalance or deficiency handled
under medical
supervision, as stipulated in the bulletins on the Rundown,
these ranges as
published in the issues on the original research were reported
to be highly
workable for most.

In areas where the Rundown has been successfully delivered,
the person's
originations regarding his tolerance for or reactions to certain
vitamins were
never ignored. These would always be looked into and a correct
solution worked
out in alignment with the data in the original bulletin, with
the assistance
of the medical liaison officer in liaison with the doctor or
between the
individual and his doctor.

In reported cases where the person was having some
difficulty and some
nutrient imbalance was the actual cause of the upset, where the
vitamins and
minerals were properly adjusted as above there was invariably
improvement.

But it was necessary to first determine that the person
actually was
taking the vitamins and other nutritional elements he was
supposedly taking
and in what amounts, or if he was taking them only sporadically.

It is the responsibility of the person who has undertaken
to do the
Rundown to keep those overseeing the Rundown well informed as to
his daily
actions and the results. It is also his responsibility to see
his doctor where
any irregularity or upset indicates such. Naturally it is also
his option to
see his doctor at any point he wishes on his progress on the
Rundown.

From all the reported data, it is not unusual at certain
Points of the
Rundown for some to protest a bit at the large quantities of
vitamins taken.
The protest is not in regard to results or benefits but simply
in regard to
the quantities to get down. While the Niacin was always taken
all at one time,
in several areas it was found most viable to take the remainder
of the
vitamins at various intervals during the day, after meals or
with snacks. One
medical doctor has suggested that absorption of the needed
nutrients is better
accomplished in this way. The exception to this would be where
one or more of
the vitamins or minerals had been specifically suggested by the
M.D. to be
taken at certain set intervals.

Also reported was the datum that there is a hidden factor
to look for if
a person is having difficulty and that is the person is not
eating but is
going along mainly on something like vitamins And Niacin and
yoghurt alone. Or
he has made

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some other major change in his eating habits. This was found in
one area and
totally explained why the person was having trouble on the
Rundown.

Departures such as this were found quite often to come
about as the
result of exchange of verbal data among persons doing the
Rundown, so this
line was watched to ensure the procedure was being followed as
given, not
someone else's version of it or some experimentation of it on
his own.

SCHEDULE IRREGULARITIES

Probably the biggest single factor found in keeping the
person
progressing smoothly on through to successful completion of the
program was
regularity of the actions. That included regularity of the timed
schedule,
nutrition, sleep, and the whole works.

Where any one part of the procedure was being done
erratically it would
throw the other parts out, or give that apparency, and the
effect could
sometimes be quite puzzling to the C/S or to the person's doctor
and others
assisting in the administration of the program.

Per C/S observation and other survey data, where people who
had otherwise
been doing well began skipping a day here or there, skimping or
cutting down
on the daily purification time or missing sleep, it usually
resulted in upset
of some degree. They began to report "feeling bad" or feeling
"sickish" or
actually getting sick following some irregularity or disruption
of the
routine. Where this occurred, the discomfort or upset was more
severe among
those with heavier drug histories.

A possible explanation of this is that the process has been
interrupted
and one is getting a backlogging of the drug and other toxic
effects rather
than a routine release of these at the same rate as when the
person was on
schedule. Therefore the person could be subject to a piling up
of the
restimulative effects of these at a rate not easily handled by
him, and this
could be further compounded by any continuation of an erratic
schedule.

The handling was to get the person onto or back onto a
proper and
predictable daily regimen and maintain it through to completion
of the
Rundown.

What was stressed here was that in this, as well as all
parts of the
Purification Rundown, it is a matter of the person following the
normal and
generally accepted rules for good health. He would then be in
the best
possible shape to attain the lasting spiritual benefits which
are available to
him. This is, of course, the sole and ultimate objective of the
Purification
Rundown.

DETERMINING AND HANDLING WHAT WAS WRONG

Here are some of the more successful actions reported from
an area with
high Purification Rundown completions.

Any bad indicators, odd or strange indicators, upset, etc.,
would be
always picked up and handled at once.

If the person was in some heavy restimulation and just
wanted to get
through it without interruption he was not forced or badgered
but permitted to
go through it easily and gradually at his own rate and he would
then come out
the other side all right. Per reports, most people know when
they are in a
drug restimulation and will tell you.

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In a case where the cause of upset wasn't immediately
obvious, the Purif
I/C or D of P would simply sit down with the person and talk it
over to find
out what was going on.

What worked very well was to have the individual himself
read over all
points of the Rundown as contained in the issues and he himself
would then
very often spot and point out where he went off the rails. And
in most cases
he would prove to he right. It was very often found to be a
matter of
something having been altered or added or dropped out and this
would be
resolved by getting him back on the correct regimen and doing it
by the book.

If it didn't appear to resolve, no guesswork or
experimentation was done.
The person would be sent to his doctor for a medical check and
any necessary
adjustment of his regimen.

In summary, it has been found that there are any number of
ways in which
one can depart from the correct procedure and the effects of one
such
departure can be similar to or appear to be similar to those of
another, which
can make some cases look complicated indeed, and unnecessarily
so. So it has
also been found that it is vital to indoctrinate the person on
the standard
actions of the Rundown at the outset and then do everything
possible to
preserve that standardness throughout.

6. ON THE PURIFICATION RUNDOWN, HAS IT BEEN FOUND THAT THE ALL
BLEND OIL
MUST BE TAKEN "STRAIGHT" OR CAN IT BE MIXED WITH SOME OTHER
FOOD?

Per survey data, some individuals had reported difficulty
taking the All
Blend Oil by itself, usually due more to the texture than to the
actual
taste.

The handling, as there seemed to be no reason why the oil
could not be
taken in orange juice or mixed with some other food of the
person's choice and
taken that way, was to have many people on the Rundown do just
that, with good
result. Others simply took the oil straight. (An exception, in
taking the oil
mixed with other food, is that you would not cook food in the
oil and consider
that the All Blend Oil ration for the day!)

As the oil will coat the stomach and intestinal walls for a
certain
period, which can prevent the full assimilation of other
nutrients, especially
the water soluble vitamins, one doctor has suggested that it is
probably best
taken before going to bed or at least at a different meal time
than when the
vitamins and minerals are taken.

Regarding the amount of oil to be taken, this did vary with
the
individual. However, a medical doctor who is also a Scientology
auditor and
Purification Rundown C/S and who has handled numerous people on
the Rundown
has reported that the most standard oil dosage found to be
required thus far
by most persons he has handled on the Rundown is between 2 and 4
tablespoonsful
a day. Others (particularly some 250 pounders he has on the
Rundown) are on
considerably more oil than this. The recommendation of this
medical doctor is
that on any oil dosage one would reduce the intake if the oil
showed up in a
bowel movement or in the body sweat, as in such case there is an
excess of oil
which is not being put to use but simply expelled.

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7. HAVE THERE BEEN ANY REPORTS OF A DIFFERENCE IN RESULTS WHEN
NIACIN IS
TAKEN IN POWDER FORM INSTEAD OF IN TABLET FORM?

Per reports thus far, this seems to vary among different
individuals.

The observation of one medical doctor supervising the
Rundown is that
these variances are not unusual.

Some persons have reported more immediate and/or intense
results when
Niacin was taken in powder form. This difference was most often
reported by
persons who had reached the higher dosages, had little or no
results from a
large, highly compressed tablet and then switched to the same
dosage in powder
form and got more intense results.

However, at least two people report that they got results
when taking
100, 200, 300, and 400 mgs of Niacin in tablets of 100 mg each;
then, when 500
mgs were taken in a single 500 mg tablet nothing occurred.
However, next day
when 500 mgs were taken in 5 tablets of 100 mg each results were
obtained at
the 500 mg dosage.

Still others reported effective results from Niacin tablets
of any dosage
including the larger tablets of higher dosage.

What has been done in one area is to use tablets of 100 mg
Niacin each
until the 1000 Niacin dosage is reached and to use Niacin in
powder form
thereafter. Where this is done, or where Niacin in powder form
is used
exclusively, the measurement was and would need to be exactly
done.

The label on a powdered Niacin container should carry
instructions as to
how to measure the powder content. With the brands that have
been used, one
teaspoon provides 3000 mg of pure Niacin. Note that this is per
the English
System of Weights & Measures. One would need to use the standard
measuring
teaspoon. In areas of the world where the Metric System is used
(and where
"teaspoon" sizes vary), an amount equivalent to a standard
teaspoon
measurement would be 4.9 milliliters.

8. WHAT HAS BEEN OBSERVED TO BE THE MOST SUCCESSFUL GRADIENT
GENERALLY IN
INCREASING NIACIN ON THE RUNDOWN?

Within the boundaries of the medical doctor's advice for
the individual,
the most workable gradient in the majority of cases observed was
generally
found to be starting the person on 100 mgs of Niacin and
increasing it in
increments of 100 mgs until the person was up to 1000 mgs daily.
A steeper
gradient was then used as one went up to higher dosages. It was
found that
many persons could take increases of from 300 to 500 mgs at one
time when they
reached the higher dosage ranges. Note that this does not refer
to a daily
increase, necessarily, but refers to the gradient in which the
dosage was
upped when an increased dosage was indicated.

Any increase was always based on individual tolerance, and
there were
exceptions to the "generally successful gradient" described
above in every
area surveyed. Certain individuals would and did require moving
up on a lesser
gradient according to their tolerances and according to
individual medical
advices.

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On the other hand, in some instances a "grinding"
phenomenon was
observed where the individual:

a. held to a certain Niacin dosage of say, 500 mgs day
after day,
until nothing whatsoever was happening

or

b. held to an increase of only 100 mgs at a time in the
higher ranges
of Niacin, even though he was getting only brief, mild
results, was
very able to tolerate these effects and felt he could
handle a
steeper gradient.

By "grinding" phenomenon is meant an effect similar to
running an engram
late on the chain over and over without going earlier and the
person getting
irritated and frustrated with the Rundown and reeling he is not
making the
progress he could be making.

In these instances, it was observed that when the persons
who could
progress at a faster rate with larger Niacin increases (always
with the other
vitamins and minerals increased in correct ratio and by
individual tolerance)
did so, they went smoothly along on the Rundown, handling what
did crop up.

In all surveyed areas, when to introduce an increase in
Niacin was found
to be as important as the amount of increase.

When Niacin was increased:

a. after the effect of a certain dosage had diminished
(not vanished totally),

AND

b. when any other manifestations and restimulation which
had turned
on at that dosage had blown or diminished (as covered
in the
procedure given in the original bulletin),

good progress was made on the Rundown on a one for one basis,
providing all
other points were standardly in.

In other words, it was recognized that there would very
likely be
various reactions and restimulations (as covered in the original
bulletin) all
of which would need to be taken into consideration when Niacin
amounts were
increased.

When this was done correctly excellent results were
obtained. Questions
arising on such increase were handled according to the person's
individual
medical approval to do the Rundown and further individual
medical advices as
needed.

It should be mentioned here that, along with this survey
data, reports
have been received of persons found taking Niacin quietly on
their own without
being on the Purification Rundown and without being under any
supervision,
medical or otherwise, just to see what it would handle. This is
not advised in
any HCOB. It could result in artificially created deficiencies
or in things
turning on which are not then properly run out. Also, where a pc
being
audited was at the same time experimenting on his own with
Niacin dosages, it
could present some puzzling aspects of the case to the Case
Supervisor and
could throw a curve into the C/Sing or programming.

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The Purification Rundown has been carefully researched and
piloted. It
is concerned with freeing up the individual for future spiritual
improvement.
As such it is a programmed action carried out daily under C/S
supervision and
with medical approval for the individual to be on the Rundown
and medical
advices given as required. There is no issue which advises or
advocates a
person experimenting with it on his own.

9. HAS ANYONE COMPLETED THE RUNDOWN TO FULL END PHENOMENA BEFORE
REACHING
5000 MILLIGRAMS OF NIACIN?

Per the original research and all reported survey data,
there are a
number of people who have completed the Rundown to full end
phenomena on
dosages under 5000 mgs of Niacin. Others have gone as high as
that dosage
before completing.

Apparently in some areas there was, earlier on, some
misinterpretation
of the purification Rundown HCOBs to the effect that one would
be required to
work up to a point where a 5000 mg Niacin dosage produced no
effect, in order
to achieve the EP -- which is not the case. There is no
statement in any HCOB
to this effect.

The End Phenomena is reached when the individual is free
of the
restimulative presence of residuals of past drugs and other
toxic substances.
He will no longer be feeling the effects of these impurities
going into
restimulation and there is a marked resurgence of overall
spiritual well
being.

The fact of having a heavy drug history does not
necessarily prolong the
Rundown. It can do so but it is not true in all cases. More
important than
anything else is keeping all points of the Rundown in
standardly, maintaining
a well-balanced personal schedule with enough rest and
nutrients, and getting
as much exercise and sauna as possible on a routine daily basis.

On such a schedule, persons of varying drug histories,
some heavy, some
light, have completed the Rundown in 18 to 20 days at five hours
a day,
reaching the EP at amounts of Niacin which differed with
different
individuals. Some have done so in less time.

From reports based on direct observation, apparently what
can happen in
some cases (not all) is that the residuals of past drugs and
other chemicals
(sometimes every drug or medicine the person has taken) can
restimulate and
turn on heavily in the first week or ten days of the Rundown at
lower dosages
of, say, up to 1000 Niacin. It doesn't always happen in an
orderly fashion and
it can be severe but the person will handle these drug
residuals, blow through
any accompanying manifestations, and after that it can go
totally flat with no
effects showing up on the higher amounts of Niacin. Others will
turn on these
effects in a more graduated sequence, one following the other,
and it can take
longer.

From the original research and piloting of the Rundown,
and from the
reports of those currently delivering it and the personal
reports from those
who have completed or are on it, one can expect any variety of
manifestations
to crop up, not all of them comfortable by any means.

Where the person was on a sensible and well-kept schedule,
with all
other parts of the Rundown fully in, these manifestations would
de-intensify
and blow without undue discomfort or hang-up. As the toxic
substances became
active, he would experience their restimulative effects and come
through these
periods with nice wins. One would then see a gradual brightening
of the person
as he progressed.

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Reported also was the fact that sometimes, especially on
the lower
Niacin dosages, one could get a person coming through some drug
experience
with such a sense of relief and release and such a big win that
he would
report he had completed when he actually had more to do. Or a
person would
have an auditing-type cognition or a whole string of such
cognitions and
mistake that for the EP. These, of course, are excellent wins
but not
necessarily the End phenomena. Big wins can be expected during
the course of
the Rundown, but in cases where the person was discontinued on
the strength of
such a win before all the toxic residuals had been handled, the
person would
come up with more to be done and would have to be returned to
the Rundown to
complete it. One must be able to recognize the difference
between a good win
and the actual EP.

In all those areas surveyed, where a person was
progressing well on the
program he could be observed to be becoming more uptone and
aware. He would
start reporting exactly what was going on, what drug was turning
on, what
impurities and restimulations he was running out. He could
usually tell if he
had hit a tolerance level on a certain vitamin. All of these are
valid
reactions throughout the run. As the person would release and
blow through
whatever was there to turn on, the manifestations became less
day by day, and
he would reach a point where no further manifestations were
coming up. He
would look and feel remarkably better, brighter and more alert;
he would have
come through good wins and he would often know and state that he
felt free of
impurities and their associated restimulative effects and
originate on his own
that he had done it. With all those indicators one could be
pretty sure he had
done it.

The amount of vitamin and mineral nutrients, exercise and
sweat out it
has taken and will take to accomplish this on the Purification
Rundown is an
individual matter.

There is no hard and fast rule laid down anywhere that
says a person
must work up to 5000 mgs Niacin before he is complete.

10. WHAT IS THE "WIND DOWN" THAT FOLLOWS PURIFICATION RUNDOWN
COMPLETION?

There is no such thing, unless one would give that term to
the action of
coming down off heavy vitamin and other nutrient dosages on a
steep gradient,
rather than abruptly, following Purification Rundown completion,
as suggested
in the original bulletin (HCOB 6 Feb 78RA, page 18).

In one area it was found that this section of the bulletin
was being
misinterpreted to mean one gradiently did less of all the
elements of the
Purification Rundown -- i.e., less sauna, less exercise, less
vitamins, etc.,
each day, and this was being called a "wind down". This is not
stated in any
of the HCOBs, and is not a valid action.

The suggestion that is made is that one doesn't abruptly
simply cease
the extra nutrients he has been taking, but comes down from high
dosages on a
steep gradient to what would be a moderate daily normal
requirement for him,
per medical advices. And that along with this some moderate
daily exercise
will help him maintain good health.

Continuing all the elements of the Purification Rundown
would amount to
continuing the Rundown itself past the point of valid
completion, and further,
would delay the person getting

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onto the auditing he is programmed for as his next step.

ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS ON END PHENOMENA AND NIACIN

Certain additional questions have arisen regarding the End
Phenomena of
the Rundown in relation to Niacin which should be taken up here
so that the
data is broadly known.

The first of these is:

11. CAN THE RUNDOWN BE CONSIDERED FLAT IF THE PERSON SEEMS TO
HAVE REACHED
THE EP AND IS GETTING NO MORE MANIFESTATIONS TURNING ON OR
NO OTHER CHANGE
OCCURRING BUT STILL GETS A SLIGHT RESULT FROM 5000 MGS
NIACIN?

The person could very well be complete, but there are
several factors to
be looked at regarding this point.

The person could be hung up on some outness in the early
stages of the
Rundown, which would show up on a full review of his
Purification Rundown
history. One could do a full inspection of his folder,
particularly in the
area of minerals and vitamins, what effect they had, were these
dosages
standard and kept in the proper balance, was the Rundown
administered
standardly and done regularly. The person could be interviewed
as well, and
you might find some outness such as he doesn't like vegetables,
he never eats
vegetables, etc., etc. So parts of the Rundown could have been
violated, and
this could be showing up in the manifestation described above.
It may be that
he has some deficiency which has been bypassed and thus some
sort of hang-up
was created. There is the possibility that if the Rundown hasn't
been done
properly throughout, one could get such a hang-up. And with that
there's a
possibility of some deficiency alongside it which won't allow a
complete
discharge. A medical check would be done if the folder shows
irregularities to
determine if this is the case and, if so, to get it remedied.
Getting any such
deficiency remedied and getting all points of the Rundown in
standardly would
bring it to successful completion, in a case where such
outnesses have
existed.

There is also the possibility that the person simply has
more to do on
the Rundown.

And there is the possibility, and this may be by far the
most common,
that the person has reached the EP and is in overrun.

If he has done the Rundown standardly and has reached the
End Phenomena
as described earlier in this bulletin and in HCOB 6 Feb 78RA,
the chances are
he is complete on the Rundown despite the fact he is still
getting some slight
result from 5000 mgs of Niacin.

It is possible to overrun the Purification Rundown if one
is not well
aware of what is to be looked for in the End Phenomena. There
have been cases
of overrun where the person was continued for some weeks at 5000
mgs (5 grams)
of Niacin with nothing more turning on than a slight effect. And
there have
been cases of overrun that occurred at less than 5000 mgs of
Niacin.

The possibility exists here that if the point of
completion of the
Rundown is reached and bypassed the person could begin to
dramatize a Niacin
flush. It would be like any other bypassed condition, such as a
bypassed F/N.
The condition tends to hang

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up because it is not acknowledged or signalized to have ended.
This is simply
an educated guess as to how this could occur, but it is also
borne out by
careful study of several cases on record where bypass of the EP
and overrun
did take place.

After the person has been on the regimen for some time,
has come through
good changes and is handing you the indicators of the EP,
carrying him on the
Rundown for six or seven days with no further effects at any
dosage is really
an overrun. In some of these cases it appears that 5000 mgs
Niacin isn't
doing anything that 3500 mgs of Niacin didn't do.

To repeat, the End Phenomena can and has been reached on
5000 mgs of
Niacin and on dosages of lower than 5000 mgs. Once the drug and
chemical
residuals are handled they're handled. The person will feel the
difference.
Upping the dosage does not necessarily find more to be handled.
And continuing
the person past the EP can hang the whole thing up and produce a
slight effect
as a dramatization, either sporadically or each time the Niacin
is taken.

This can then become confusing to the person himself and
to the C/S. If
the overrun is continued you'll see the person begin to go
downtone, even if
only slightly. His indicators become a bit less bright, he may
become
disheartened. He may now be efforting to produce some result
that isn't there
to be had and begin to feel the action is interminable.
Certainly the person
will appear less enthusiastic about the whole procedure and may
begin to
protest it. The picture now looks as if the Rundown is unflat
whereas what has
happened is that he achieved the EP, reached a point where he
felt great, was
getting no further manifestation of any kind (if even for only a
day) and the
fact was not acknowledged but bypassed. Overrun phenomena then
sets in.

C/Ses report there have been a few cases who "rabbited"
(wanted to run
away from continuing the Rundown to its EP because it was
uncomfortable, or
out of other considerations) and insisted they were complete
after a very few
days at low Niacin dosage when little or nothing had yet turned
on. But these
cases were few and easily detected and handled by bringing them
to a better
understanding of the Rundown and its purpose and what it does.
In two such
cases where the persons were allowed to attest after too brief
and skimpy a
run, they both went into drug restimulation which should and
would have been
handled routinely on the Rundown. After full review of these
cases, with
medical participation, they were put back on the Rundown and
completed it
properly.

Judging from reports, including the many personal reports
received, by
far the majority are eager beavers who can't wait to turn on
something on the
Rundown and blow through it. They report drugs, medicines,
anesthetics,
alcohol, restimulation of various biochemical reactions,
somatics or other
manifestations turning on and blowing, and they report them all
enthusiastically and with great relief and look for more! Such
cases will
often know and tell you when they've honestly reached the EP.

One C/S also reported he had had cases on his lines where
the person
from all indications was complete and stated he was complete but
wanted to
continue a bit longer "just to make sure". Allowed to go on,
these cases
promptly got into overrun Phenomena, went downtone and were
getting no change.
In each case, when all was checked out, it was found the EP had
been reached
at the point the person stated he was completed. So it appears
that on the
Purification Rundown just as in other Rundowns it doesn't do to
continue past
a valid EP. Should it happen it is handled simply by having the
person spot
when he did complete and acknowledging it.

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What also showed up in the survey data was the rare bird
who would try
to handle his whole case on the Rundown and who looked for some
result above
and beyond the EP of this Rundown. Such a case would need to be
given a very
thorough R-factor on the Rundown and be carefully C/Sed, with
medical liaison
as necessary, throughout.

It was found important to make real the fact that all that
is being
looked for here is the person free of the restimulative effects
of past drug
and toxic residuals so that the person can then be audited with
optimum gain
and spiritual enlightenment.

It is up to the Case Supervisor to know each case, to be
familiar with
the progress of each case, to keep the medical liaison lines in,
and to know
well the indicators to expect when the End Phenomena has been
reached so that
it can be acknowledged and validated.

Another question that has come up with some frequency is:

12. WHAT COULD ACCOUNT FOR A PERSON WHO HAS GENUINELY COMPLETED
THE RUNDOWN
WITH NO NIACIN REACTION AT 5000 MGS (OR LESS) THEN GETTING A
REACTION
LATER AT LOWER NIACIN DOSAGES?

Such a reaction, where the person has actually done the
Rundown
standardly to its End phenomena, does not mean the Rundown is
unflat.

To understand this reaction one needs a good understanding
of the bank
and how it works. The specifics of what has happened in these
instances can be
quite variable, but what you are looking at here in general is
that there has
been an environmental shift or change which produced another
type of bank
key-in.

To begin with, we are living in a two-pole, a two-terminal
universe.
(Ref: HCOB 8 June 63R, Rev. 3.10.77, THE TIME TRACK AND ENGRAM
RUNNING BY
CHAINS, Bulletin 2: HANDLING THE TIME TRACK). It takes a two-
terminal
situation to hang something up.

On the Purification Rundown we are looking at two things:
one, the
actual drugs and toxic residuals in the body (and medical
autopsies have shown
that they are there), and two, the bank mock-up or facsimile of
the drugs,
drug residuals and their effects.

These two conditions are hung up -- one of them playing
against the
other, in perfect balance. What the person is feeling is the two
conditions,
one of them the actual presence of the drug residuals, the other
the bank
mock-up of them. The thetan can actually, via his bank, mock up
a perfect
synthesis or a counterfeit of drugs. So you are getting two
reactions here,
one of them a total counterfeit but no less real to the person,
nevertheless.
The counterfeit is just bank restimulating and, oddly enough,
the bank can
approximate practically every drug there is under the sun. The
bank can also
approximate the effects of radiation and it will look just
exactly like a
physiologically caused effect.

I don't think the bank can necessarily key in a
physiological reaction
where an actual physical basis for such has not existed
somewhere on the
person's track. It can deform or change positions or rates of
metabolism. It
can change endocrine conditions and therefore can change various
bodily
conditions. And it is true that a thetan can mock up a facsimile
strongly
enough so that it hurts.

HCOB 21.5.80 - 18 -

Probably the reason why the Purification Rundown works is
that it
handles the one side of it and thus fixes the person up so that
the other
side, the bank facsimile side of it, is no longer restimulative
or in constant
restimulation. It's as simple as that.

What, amongst other things, is happening on the
Purification Rundown is
that you cause an upset of this perfect balance and suddenly
this balance goes
b-z-z-z-t! The balance isn't there anymore so you don't get the
cross
reaction anymore. But it takes auditing to totally erase the
bank. In other
words, while the balance has been upset, all of the bank
facsimiles are not
gone. They're not keying in and they're not being reinforced by
the presence
of drug residuals but they're not necessarily blown.

A thetan can mock up anything. Thus, as the person is
coming down off
the Rundown on gradient Niacin and other vitamin dosages, he can
hit an area
where some factor in the environment can cause the facsimile to
go into
restimulation again. You can get a bank reaction which, so far
as anyone could
tell, would be absolutely identical to what the physiological
reaction would
be.

It doesn't mean there are still accumulated residuals. It
is that the
bank or facsimile side of this two-terminal hang-up isn't
necessarily flat. It
was flat for that period of time. Now the person drops back,
moves into
another environment, another period of time, probably goes out
in the sun and
gets himself a nice sunburn or something of this sort, and his
bank
cross-reacts.

That is the basic theory behind this type of
manifestation.

Upon completion of the Purification Rundown, the person is
now in good
shape to receive auditing and get optimum gain from it. Auditing
is what
handles the bank. When the Purification Rundown is completed and
the person
has fully flattened Objectives, the Drug Rundown is his next
step, and it is
on the Drug Rundown that one handles the mental and spiritual
reactions from
drugs. An OT would (after OT III) be given the OT Drug Rundown.
Or, if the
person is on NED for OTs, he would receive the NED for OTs Drug
Rundown.

Thus, we are not looking at an endless run on the
Purification Rundown.
We're seeking simply to handle the drug deposits and toxic
residues in their
restimulation and reinforcement of the bank, and vice versa. And
by breaking
up the balance of these two and handling the one side of it on
the
Purification Rundown we are freeing up the person to handle the
other side of
it, the bank facsimile side of it, in auditing -- and
successfully.

With these factors handled the individual is now ready for
all the
spiritual gain that can be achieved in his future processing.

If these summarized findings are of interest and helpful
to those in the
many, many areas where the Purification Rundown is being
delivered, I am
pleased to be able to give you this data.

HCOB 21.5.80 - 19 -

L. RON
HUBBARD
FOUNDER

As assisted
by
LRH Technical
Compilations
Unit

LRH:RTCU:nsp
Copyright $c 1980
by L. Ron Hubbard
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

The Purification Rundown has as its sole purpose the
handling of the
restimulative effects of drugs and toxic residuals on a
Spiritual Being. The


Purification Rundown is a Spiritual activity based on and
administered
according to the doctrine and practices of the religion of
Scientology as set
forth in the writings of L. Ron Hubbard and adopted by the
Church. No part of
the Rundown is intended as the diagnosis, prescription for, or
treatment of

any bodily or physical condition or ill. The Church is not
responsible for
the handling of any bodily or physical condition or ill, it
being the
responsibility of the individual to seek the competent medical
advice and
treatment of his doctor in such matters.

THE BOARDS OF DIRECTORS
of the CHURCHES OF SCIENTOLOGY

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Zinj

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Mar 27, 2007, 5:47:35 PM3/27/07
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An interesting excerpt:

This, within the 'whole Rundown' would seem to indicate that the
'Purification Rundown' itself *is* meant to deal with
specifically 'physical' and *medical* conditions; rather than
'religious' or 'spiritual'.
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Upon completion of the Purification Rundown, the person is now
in good shape to receive auditing and get optimum gain from it.
Auditing is what handles the bank. When the Purification Rundown
is completed and the person has fully flattened Objectives, the
Drug Rundown is his next step, and it is on the Drug Rundown
that one handles the mental and spiritual reactions from drugs.
An OT would (after OT III) be given the OT Drug Rundown. Or, if
the person is on NED for OTs, he would receive the NED for OTs
Drug Rundown.

Thus, we are not looking at an endless run on the Purification
Rundown. We're seeking simply to handle the drug deposits and
toxic residues in their restimulation and reinforcement of the
bank, and vice versa. And by breaking up the balance of these
two and handling the one side of it on the Purification Rundown
we are freeing up the person to handle the other side of it, the
bank facsimile side of it, in auditing -- and successfully.

With these factors handled the individual is now ready for all
the spiritual gain that can be achieved in his future
processing.

If these summarized findings are of interest and helpful to
those in the many, many areas where the Purification Rundown is
being delivered, I am pleased to be able to give you this data.

----------------------------------
This is one of those rare instances where I too will say:

Thank you Ron!

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