Friday, 11 May 2012

Ethical Fashion Shows and Human Trafficking.

While the rest of the world focuses on what John Travolta is doing with his pecker these days, I'm more concerned with what he's doing with his planes.

For instance, transporting Scientology Volunteer Ministers to places like Haiti, hindering real aid that can actually help people.

One US doctor, who declined to be named, said it was more a credibility thing. "I didn't know touching could heal gangrene."An Oxfam spokesperson said: "All aid agencies need to co-ordinate and ensure help that is given reaches benchmark standards and follow best practice." Delays continued to hamper the response to a disaster which, according to the Haitian government, has killed more than 150,000 and left 3 million needing aid.

The first process I wish to cover is an assist. An assist is done on, if you will notice your scale of special cases, the sick PC. Now the sick PC can also include one that is in a flat out agonizing he doesn't know what is wrong physical condition and the approach to that particular case is included in the head ... under the heading of assist.

The most common assist is a CONTACT ASSIST. You take the person to the place where he was injured and make him do a contact of the injured part to the place where ... and the thing that was actually the cause of the injury and you do that and you will get a somatic blow through and that is that. That is very common and very easy to do. That is called a contact assist. And you never do a touch assist when you can do a contact assist.

If the thing is there it's there. This comes from the fact that the exact thorn in the rose garden which pricks your finger will turn on that exact somatic when contacted again. In other words if the MEST is available you can do a contact assist and it is a very easy thing to do. There are hardly any commands involved with it. The less you say the better off you are.

Your whole object is simply to get him to go and put hit stubbed shin up against the lawn mower where he has hit it and you make him do that and touch it again and touch it again, and touch it again and touch it again.

I must tell you something about assists. When you come up scale as an auditor you can actually see a somatic go through. Now some of you will be looking for a painted picture eight feet square. It is not that. It is simply a very faint, very faint impression, and you can actually see a sort of faint impression go (noise) through the PC. You know the somatic has gone through the PC. Also it is assisted by occasionally he flinches at this moment and so on.

Now I must say something about a contact assist. The object being to get him to go up and touch his shin against the lawn mower, is all very well, but if you force him to go up there, it is the same at forcing a sick PC, which is very, very bad indeed. And the funny part of it is that you can to this on a gradient. He does not want to come nearer than one hundred feet from that damn lawn mower. You can actually find this in a child. That's the closest he is going to come to it. Well you make him do a contact assist with his shin and his body at a point one hundred feet from it. And you gradually, by gradient, narrow the distance to it by gradients, that he is willing to approach it. Eventually he will go up and do a contact assist on it. That fact probably is not generally known, but you must not drag the person up there forcibly, because you are going to do an overwhelm.

Now a TOUCH ASSIST is the next grade of assist, and a touch assist is with the command, which you don't articulate any more than you have to, the PC gets the idea very shortly, you touch him with your finger and he is supposed to feel the finger and then signify that he has felt the finger. After a few commands you'll find out that when you touch him he will give you a blink, or a nod, or some representation. You knock off the verbalization at that particular time, and you simply continue to do the touching and he continues to ... so on.

Now you wait for him to acknowledge. It's rather hard to do this on a person who is only semi-conscious. Then you try to maintain the communication cycle. It all depends on what part of the body is injured, what you do with this contact assist. The most difficult area to do a contact assist on is the head. And the head and the nerve system of a body is a pain cushion. It is a pain absorption cushion, and any electric shock caused by pain distributes itself throughout the neurons of the body, and you will find out that there was a wave of shock, which went, let's say a hit head, that went all the way from the head down through the nerve channels and the electrical... you can even measure the speed of an electrical impulse through the nerve channels. It happens to be ten feet a second. But it went from there, as a shock wave straight down through the nerve channels, which go through the spine, and there is about a dozen neurons, something like that, through the spine, and it goes to the extremities of the body. So you will find a person who has had a head injury normally had something wrong with his spine afterwards. And that is because the shock wave is locked up in his spine.

So your touch assist should include going from the head to the extremities of the body.

Now if you are just trying to get him back on his feet or something like that, you are not going to go to the soles of his feet and try to do a super-super thorough job of this, because later on you are going to run it out as an engram probably.

But the thing which I am calling to your attention is that it does go to the extremities of the body, so your touch assist is not just around his head, and you have to approach the injury, go away from the injury, approach the injury, go away from the injury, approach the injury closer, go away from the injury further, approach the injury closer, go away from it further, approach the injury closer, go away from it further, approach the injury to a point where you are actually touching the injured part, go away further, and when you are going away and coming up, you try to follow the nerve channels of the body, which includes the spine, and the limbs and there are certain relay points, like the elbows and the wrists, and the finger tips. These are the points you head for. The back side of the knee, and so on. These are all points which the pain can get locked up in - the shock wave.

What you are trying to do is get this communication wave flowing again through the body, because the shock of injury stopped it. What they know as operational shock, accident shock, things like this is simply the thing stopped, right there, see? The individuals trying to withdraw from it. It is Stopped. And therefore he cannot get a circulatory system going in the area.

Now if you do anything on the right aide of the body you also do it on the left side of the body.

Let us take an injured hand now. If you do a touch assist on an injured hand you go further away from the body down the hand and closer to the body going across the area of the injury, touch at last the injury. And then you do exactly the same thing on the opposite side of the body because the brain communication system cross locks and you can find that a pain in the left hand runs out when you touch the right hand, because the right hand has got it locked up. So you do the right and left side of the body. Se has hurt his right shoulder. You should also give the touch assist to his left shoulder. The principles are simply these. Near and far. Near, far, on. Try to do it on a gradient, and then use the other side of the body too and the other operating point is follow the nerve channels. Now if the fellow is bleeding from an artery and is going to loose all the blood in his body in the next four or five minutes, you would be an absolute idiot to do a touch assist and then apply a tourniquet. The proper sequence is to apply a tourniquet and then do a touch assist.

Now the proper sequence is not to give him a shot of morphine and - then do a touch assist, because you are processing an individual under the influence of drugs. And it will just slow down and nothing much will happen.

Scientology's Volunteer Ministers:

Meanwhile, Youth for Human Rights and the Florida Coalition Against Human Trafficking are hosting an ethical fashion show with proceeds going to help the fight against human trafficking.

The Youth for Human Rights of Florida and the Florida Coalition Against Human Trafficking presents the 2nd annual "Colors of the World" fashion show.

The show will feature ethical, fair trade and eco friendly fashions including: menswear, womenswear, handbags, accessories and more.

The event will be held on Saturday June 9, 2012 at:

 Location: Ybor Square (current home of The Church of Scientology Tampa)
                   1300 East 8th Ave,
                   Tampa, Florida 33605
Time: 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Tickets: $30 per person

All the proceeds from the show will benefit the fight against human trafficking.
For tickets and for more information call (727) 272-3982

Youth for Human Rights:Scientology Front Group.

The Coalition Against Human Trafficking:

What about the Rights of these children in Clearwater Florida?

More kids and teenagers in Sea Org Alley, Clearwater, Florida at about 6.00 in the video below: This is 2012.These are Scientology's children.

Tax Exempt Child Abuse and Neglect:

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