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Warning: These materials are only to be read and used by students ready for the Level. To qualify you have to have attested Clear and done Advanced Level 2, Pre-OT Two. The student should also be a trained Solo-auditor.

How A BT Gets Stuck

 

It is of great interest to know how one Thetan gets stuck to another. This phenomenon is what underlies having BTs stuck to oneself and Thetans forming Clusters.

This is how it comes about: One Thetan collides with another. The Thetan makes a picture of that collision. The other BT gets stuck to that picture. Even though the collision only lasted a brief moment the picture of the collision is more permanent. The picture also contains an effort to stop or withdraw. The picture is what gives the Thetans the idea that they can be permanently stuck to each other.
This can develop into a "black theta body", mental masses and entheta surrounding a Thetan and body. It is the BTs plus pictures of the collisions they had and other Engram masses in restimulation.

To resolve this the Solo-auditor should find the first picture a Thetan made of colliding with another Thetan. This can be a collision, an attack or running into another.

If the earliest incident is not readily available the instances available can be Date/Located where the Pre-OT got hit with Clusters (manifest by odd pains turning on). The goal is to find the first picture one made of another Thetan.

Using Date/Locate this way is an effective technique to blow off BTs and Clusters. Ideally you get the first picture the BT ever made of another Thetan.

Editors Note: The technique described is valid. In practice it seems however to be at work in using Date/Locate on Clusters (covered in the previous chapter). The Date/Locate procedure is the one the student should drill and know cold as it resolves the phenomena described here.

 

Prometheus International, 2004. Plus fair use quotes from Ron Hubbard's published notes and works.