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Old 09-09-2009, 01:49 PM   #134
James Casbolt
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Transference of conciousness

While the re-animation tech and program is refered to as OSIRIS in the intelligence community ( Osiris program )- the transference of conciousness tech and program may well be refered to as HECATE in said group. 'CROSSOVER' TECH- Hecate Goddess of the Crossroads.

I'ver had doubts whether to publish the following data as it goes beyond physical bio-genetics into the area of advanced, extra-terrestrial transference of conciousness technology. The fact these various groups have access to this hardware goes against everything that mainstream science and religion has indoctrinated into masses. The science of enginnering a human clone from embryo to adult in less than 48 hours, and then transferring the conciousness of the individual into the cloned body, makes death and disease a thing of the past.

Note: A computer or piece of hardware cannot control the process of transference of conciousness. A computer can only facilitate this process. It is worth going over some data about the 'Thetan' concept from Scientology here- This is from wikipedia so expect dis-information. The Thetan data released to the public is the closest I have found to the realities in these mind control programs-

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In Scientology, the concept of thetan (pronounced THAY-tan, /'θeɪtən/) is similar to the concept of spirit or soul found in other belief systems. The term is derived from the Greek letter theta, which in Scientology represents "the source of life, or life itself."[1] In Scientology the Thetan, not the Central Nervous System, is believed to command the body through communication points.[2]

Thetans have been described in the Church of Scientology in a number of ways.

A "thetan is an immortal spiritual being; the human soul."[3]
"The being who is the individual and who handles and lives in the body."[1]
"A thetan is not a thing, a thetan is the creator of things."[1]
A thetan is "the person himself — not his body or his name, the physical universe, his mind, or anything else; that which is aware of being aware; the identity which is the individual. The thetan is most familiar to one and all as you."[1]
Contents [hide]
1 Thetan in Scientology doctrine
2 Thetans and death
3 Operating Thetan
4 Cleared Theta Clear
5 Body thetan
6 Notes
7 External links

[edit] Thetan in Scientology doctrine
The term and concept were introduced by Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, who adopted the Greek letter theta (Θ) to represent "the source of life and life itself".[4] Hubbard first spoke of "theta-beings" in a lecture series of March 1952.[5] He attributed the coining of the word to his wife Mary Sue.[6] As an essential point of Scientology doctrine, a person's identity and self-awareness come entirely from a thetan. It is redundant to refer to "a person's thetan," because the person does not exist independently.[7][8]

Hubbard once defined a thetan as: "... having no mass, no wave-length, no energy, no measurable qualities and no time or location in space except by consideration or postulate. The spirit is not a thing. It is the creator of things."[1] Oddly, in a lecture series later published as a book ("The Phoenix Lectures"), he pointed to a study that implied a thetan manifests a small but measurable amount of mass:

"From some experiments conducted about fifteen or twenty years ago — a thetan weighed about 1.5 ounces [45 grams]! Who made these experiments? Well, a doctor made these experiments. He weighed people before and after death, retaining any mass. He weighed the person, bed and all, and he found that the weight dropped at the moment of death about 1.5 ounces [45 grams] and some of them 2 ounces [60 grams]. (Those were super thetans.)"[9]
Although Hubbard did not name the doctor concerned, there was indeed such an attempt, by a Dr. Duncan MacDougall, to measure the weight of dying patients to determine the weight of the soul. MacDougall's experiments took place about fifty years before Hubbard's lectures, not fifteen or twenty. They are generally not regarded as having any sort of scientific validity.[10]

According to Hubbard's son Ronald DeWolf (born L. Ron Hubbard, Jr.), his father stated that thetans are immortal and perpetual, having willed themselves into existence at some point several trillion[11] years ago.[12][13] After they originated, thetans generated "points to view" or "dimension points", causing space to come into existence. They agreed that other thetans' dimension points existed, thus bringing into existence the entire universe. All matter, energy, space, and time exists solely because thetans agree that it exists.

In the primordial past, according to Scientologist teachings, thetans brought the material universe into being largely for their own pleasure.."[14] The universe is thought to have no independent reality, but to derive its apparent reality from the fact that most thetans agree it exists.[15] Scientologists believe that thetans fell from grace when they began to identify with their creation, rather than their original state of spiritual purity.[14] Eventually, they lost their memory of their true nature, along with the associated spiritual and creative powers. As a result, thetans came to think of themselves as nothing but embodied beings.[15][16]

Thetans are believed to be reborn time and time again in new bodies through a process called "assumption" which is analogous to reincarnation.[14] Dell deChant and Danny Jorgensen liken Scientology to Hinduism, in that both ascribe a causal relationship between the experiences of earlier incarnations and one's present life.[14] With each rebirth, the effects of the "MEST" universe (MEST here stands for matter, energy, space, and time) on the thetan are believed to become stronger.[14]

Jon Atack, whose book A Piece of Blue Sky details how he reached Operating Thetan level V before leaving Scientology, describes Hubbard's doctrines about thetans: "Thetans are all-knowing beings, and became bored because there were no surprises. Hubbard asserted that the single most important desire in all beings is to have a "game". To have a "game" it was necessary to "not know" certain things, so certain perceptions were negated ("not-is-ed")." Since thetans knew everything, this required them to abandon or suppress perceptions and knowledge. Over time, the loss of perception accumulated and certain thetans began to cause harm to others. MEST (physical) beings also sought to "trap" thetans in order to control them. Thetans came to learn contrition, punishing themselves for their own "harmful" acts.[17]

According to Hubbard, an essential part of the thetans' game was the "conquest" of matter, energy, space, and time by the life force, theta. This has produced multiple universes which have ended and begun in succession, each new one being more solid and entrapping than the last. The thetans have by now become so enmeshed in the physical universe that many have identified themselves totally with it, forgetting their quadrillions[18] of years of existence and their original godly powers.[17]

Nonetheless, according to Scientology, thetan powers are said to remain potent and restorable. One of the Church of Scientology's stated goals is "the rehabilitation of the human spirit", by which it means the restoration of the thetan's original abilities. Hubbard claims that thetans are able to change reality through "postulates" — decisions made by the individual about the nature of the reality around them. Some thetans are said to have (mis)used this ability to "implant" others with hypnotic suggestions, forcing other thetans to "cluster" around bodies (hence body thetans). This sort of directed control is referred to as "other-determinism". Scientology seeks to undo it and return the thetan to "self-determinism", where he can control himself and his environment. The eventual goal is to achieve "pan-determinism", where he acts for the good of all.

[edit] Thetans and death
According to Scientology, when a person dies — or, in Scientology terms, when a thetan abandons its physical body — they go to a "landing station" on the planet Venus, where the thetan is re-implanted and told lies about its past life and its next life. The Venusians take the thetan, "capsule" it, and send it back to Earth to be dumped into the ocean off the coast of California. Says Hubbard, "If you can get out of that, and through that, and wander around through the cities and find some girl who looks like she is going to get married or have a baby or something like that, you're all set. And if you can find the maternity ward to a hospital or something, you're OK. And you just eventually just pick up a baby." This is the basic belief of reincarnation. [19][20]

[edit] Operating Thetan
Main article: Operating Thetan
According to Scientology doctrine, a thetan exists whether operating a human body or not. Scientology advertises itself as being able to "rehabilitate" the thetan of a practitioner to a state where the individual can operate with or without a "meat body". The term "operating thetan" would then apply as it does when an individual is operating a body. The Operating Thetan (OT) levels are the upper level courses in Scientology.

The Church defines "Operating Thetan" as "knowing and willing cause over life, thought, and matter, energy, space and time (MEST)."[21]

The Church of Scientology states as a point of doctrine that an individual exists with or without a body.[22]

[edit] Cleared Theta Clear
Even beyond the Operating Thetan levels comes the "Cleared Theta Clear", a godlike state which Hubbard describes this way:

"A thetan who is completely rehabilitated and can do everything a thetan should do, such as move MEST and control others from a distance, or create his own universe; a person who is able to create his own universe or, living in the MEST universe is able to create illusions perceivable by others at will, to handle MEST universe objects without mechanical means and to have and feel no need of bodies or even the MEST universe to keep himself and his friends interested in existence". [23]

[edit] Body thetan
Main article: Body thetan
A Body Thetan is an alien thetan who is "stuck" in, on or near a human body, and all human bodies are said to be covered in these misplaced thetans, or clusters of them. This information is not divulged until a Scientologist reaches the third Operating Thetan level (or OT III). Most Body Thetans were said by Hubbard to be a result of a prehistoric "Incident" involving Xenu, as well as other similar alien occurrences on the whole track.[citation needed]

Further still by the time the subject reaches the level of OT VII, it is revealed to him that his physical body is not just covered with Body Thetans, but is literally composed of them. [24]
From my understanding the 'Thetan' has no measurable wavelength and travels according to freewill. It emerges from this 'sea of potential energy' I have mentioned. This reality has no wavelength ( see paper 1- No.9 'The Dangers of Looking Glass and A.I based computer systems ). A computer system can 'tag' multi-dimensional markers to guide a Thetan connected to it, to another location or into a new body. These tags are geometrical markers-

Icon of Hecate by 'Silverb'

"The future isn't what it used to be Mr Angel"

From the film

'Angel Heart'

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