Clearing Archive Roboposter roboposter at lightlink.com
Sat Jul 18 00:06:02 EDT 2020

     The following is culled from the recently posted set of SHSBC
notes.  Paragraphs are from separate tapes.  Its just a fast throw
together of things that seem pertinent:

     You can get the PC to list goals from terminals and oppterms,
using the commands: "What goals would (terminal) have?" and "If you
were (oppterm), what goal of yours would be impossible to achieve?"

     Why is it called a GPM?  It is" a mass which is composed of
identities which oppose identities, and they are so delicately faced
against each other on the track that they don't slip....  Neither has
ever overwhelmed the other." They finally make up a big black mass.
The identities in the GPM are round black ridges.  They are black.
They are round.  They do have mass.  They do oppose each other.  This
is not allegorical.  The anatomy of a problem is item vs.  item,
postulate vs.  postulate.  It is a game where you have two sides
equally opposed.  A problem doesn't become a problem until one is
unable to overwhelm and won't be overwhelmed.  It is a matter of

     The PC's own GPM looks like a black island, floating.  It is
quite meaty.  They come in different sizes, but each is a distinct
size.  You are running the PC back and forth from the bottom of a mass
maybe three feet thick, 75 feet long, and 30 feet wide.  You could
well restimulate so much mass that the TA will, all of a sudden,
freeze up.  You would have to remedy this by working out the GYM with
R3M2.  The PC's own GPM has the beauty of disintegrating as you work
with it.  You get rocket-reading blowdowns.  The black islands turn
grey, then start shaking and fraying, like opaque jello that someone
left in the sun.  The power in this early GPM is commensurate with the
native power of a thetan, i.e.  there is a lot of charge on it.  This
charge doesn't discharge through the PC or the meter, luckily.

     An actual GPM looks more like the Gorilla GPM.  It is more
"natural".  TA action lies in the actual GPM, because it is much much
much more aberrative than an implant GPM.  It is difficult to get at
the actual GPM.  Finding the goal of the PC has always been a
struggle.  We have just speeded it up by using the service fac to find
the goal.  The service fac is "the top RI (terminal) of the PC's
actual PT developing GPM." The reason that the PC's goal was so hard
to find was that PT, bearing down hard on the goal, the GPM, all its
RI's, and particularly the RI's in PT, kept the PC sufficiently
over-restimulated that the TA was stuck.  And the rocket read is
suppressed if you can't immediately find the PC's goal.  All the PT
sources of restimulation are bearing down on the PT RI and oppterm,
the last two items of the goal that the PC has and is living with in
PT.  This is all happening because of the PC's own postulate: the
service fac.  The mystery of stuck TA is the environment impinging on
the PT RI's, which are held there by the PC's postulate.  So the PC is
doing something there, and we have the service fac.

     When you've got the PT goal, you want the top terminal.  This is
hard to find, because the GPM is truncated, incomplete.  You can find
out roughly where the PC is in the GPM and get the terminal, by
getting the PC to list, "What are you in PT that relates to (the
goal)?" On all other GPM's, you can ask for the top oppterm, but not
in the case of the PT GPM.  This is the truncated GPM.

     Even if the goal you were running turns out not to be the PT
goal, finish running it.  Then take another shot at the PT goal.  When
you have the PT goal, start listing for the terminal of the first pair
of RI's.  Then go right on down the PT GPM.  Clean out the whole
bottom of the GPM.  When you have cleaned out the whole PT GPM, you
have to find the goal of the next GPM down.  Then [find] the top
oppterm of this goal.  That is easy.  You just ask, "Who or what would
(the goal as an RI) oppose?" Then, despite the PC's protest about it,
go back and clean up the PT GPM, picking up any RI's that you missed
on the way down.  When it is all cleaned up, you can put a polish on
it by prepchecking the auditing of it and prepchecking the goal.
Sometimes the TA will go up and stick, because the PC's interest is in
the next bank down.  All you have to do about this is to call it to
the PC's attention, and the TA will come down.  If you don't finish up
a GPM, it will give you trouble from then on.  When you do your next
GPM, do the same -- top to bottom and clean it up in reverse.  When
you get two or more items ticking on this step, always take the one
nearest the top and work on it.  Say you have three items ticking as
you read the line plot.  Take the top one.  Then you won't have to
worry about the other two.  They will fly off and cease to be part of
the list.  Recheck for ticks, etc., until there are no more reactions.

     There are three types of goals that will rocket read: 
     1.  An actual goal, with no GPM connected with it.
     2.  An implanted goal.
     3.  An actual GPM.  Any GPM can have in it up to a hundred actual
goals, plus the goal of the GPM.  But there is another source of a
rocket read:
     4.  A phrase in an engram.  This won't necessarily rocket read,
but it might.
     So when you find a goal rocket-reading, you should check on the
1.  Is this an actual GPM?  
2.  Is this an implant GPM?  
3.  Is this no GPM?

     You do this same program on every case, including cases that have
had goals found and run out in various ways.  You start with listing
for the PT GPM: "What is your present time actual GPM?" This can be a
long list.  It follows a "goals list" format.  When you get fifty
items past the last RR seen on listing and you are getting no TA while
listing, the GPM is on that list somewhere, and you find it by
     This sounds impossible, but this pattern has been successful
whenever tried.  PCs come up with the PT GPM every time.  Of course,
it has to be an educated PC.  If not, you don't have a prayer.  It
takes terrific stability on the part of the PC to hang in there when
things get tight.  An untrained person wouldn't stand for it.  It is
not that he couldn't be gotten into it, but he will panic when things
go wrong and he feels terrible.  He won't have the security of knowing
that he can get out of what he got into.  It is basically
understanding that will carry him through.


Ralph Hilton

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