Between Lives Implants and Clams

Karen#1

Well-known member
Excerpt:

This recent promotion on Facebook brought up the subject of “Between Lives Implants,” one of Hubbard’s crazier concepts.

Their lecture is necessarily a regurgitation of Hubbard’s “technology” contained in his wonderfully bonkers book, History of Man. You know, the one that begins:

 

Karen#1

Well-known member
Excerpt:

This is a cold-blooded and factual account of your last sixty trillion years.

The test of any knowledge is its usefulness. Does it make one happier or more able? By it and with it, can he better achieve his goals ?

This is useful knowledge. With it the blind again see, the lame walk, the ill recover, the insane become sane and the sane become saner. By its use the thousand abilities Man has
sought to recover become his once more.
 

Helena Handbasket

Well-known member
I absolutely believe in Between-Lives Implants. And that they are a bad thing, intended to keep us powerless and imprisioned here on Earth.

The way to avoid them is, when you die, you will sooner or later meet a being I call the "escorter" to lead you there. Do not follow them! Get as far away as possible.

One way to get away from them is to reincarnate, back on Earth, as quickly as possible, to get out of danger.

It may be difficult to think of that place as a bad place, because most of us have been told, all our lives, that it is a good place and that we should look forward to going there.

And it doesn't take "a few minutes" to go through the Between-Lives Implant. It takes about 6 weeks; although you might spend some additional time "up there" before or after the implant.

Helena
 

Karakorum

I tried to be a good cop in the wrong police force

"is it an overt to die?"

- If you are in the SO and had work to do? Then it is absolutely an overt. Only a DB would die on the job instead of saving the planet.
 

PirateAndBum

Administrator
Staff member
I absolutely believe in Between-Lives Implants. And that they are a bad thing, intended to keep us powerless and imprisioned here on Earth.

The way to avoid them is, when you die, you will sooner or later meet a being I call the "escorter" to lead you there. Do not follow them! Get as far away as possible.

One way to get away from them is to reincarnate, back on Earth, as quickly as possible, to get out of danger.

It may be difficult to think of that place as a bad place, because most of us have been told, all our lives, that it is a good place and that we should look forward to going there.

And it doesn't take "a few minutes" to go through the Between-Lives Implant. It takes about 6 weeks; although you might spend some additional time "up there" before or after the implant.

Helena
Why do you believe in between life implants?
 

Pepin

Active member
I absolutely believe in Between-Lives Implants. And that they are a bad thing, intended to keep us powerless and imprisioned here on Earth.

The way to avoid them is, when you die, you will sooner or later meet a being I call the "escorter" to lead you there. Do not follow them! Get as far away as possible.

One way to get away from them is to reincarnate, back on Earth, as quickly as possible, to get out of danger.

It may be difficult to think of that place as a bad place, because most of us have been told, all our lives, that it is a good place and that we should look forward to going there.

And it doesn't take "a few minutes" to go through the Between-Lives Implant. It takes about 6 weeks; although you might spend some additional time "up there" before or after the implant.

Helena
eeeek The belief that one may escape danger by picking up another body is part of the implant.
If one fears a being (or conglomerate of beings) then one empowers said being(s)
I think it's better to not give power away
 

Pepin

Active member
Why do you believe in between life implants?
I saw someone, part of my "Fan club" I tried to wake up, leave and go a long way away to get an implant and come back. This is not between lives, very much this lifetime. This guy really didn't want to wake up.
 

mimsey borogrove

Well-known member
"is it an overt to die?"
- If you are in the SO and had work to do? Then it is absolutely an overt. Only a DB would die on the job instead of saving the planet.
My friend Bruce Gains had a heart attack and walked across the street into Kaiser to get medical help. Gretchen Schwartz, a dear friend of mine, who ran the Flag Office next to AOLA died while on post. As I recall they didn't give her much of a service - I think my friend Ruthie Wiseman got a bigger one. These people literally gave their lives to the church.

Mimsey
 
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