RIP Scientology Phoenix Org staff member Joan Ryan

pineapple

On the Dole
Do people really use the word "audit" as a noun in scn these days, as in "one of our many audits"? I never heard it used that way when I was in scn in the 1970's. We always said "sessions" or "auditing sessions." Audit was always a verb, never a noun.

Has the usage really changed over the years? Any time I've seen it used as above I assumed the article was written by someone who'd never been in scn and didn't know the correct usage.
 

Karakorum

The most ethical being in the gullibxy
Do people really use the word "audit" as a noun in scn these days, as in "one of our many audits"? I never heard it used that way when I was in scn in the 1970's. We always said "sessions" or "auditing sessions." Audit was always a verb, never a noun.

Has the usage really changed over the years? Any time I've seen it used as above I assumed the article was written by someone who'd never been in scn and didn't know the correct usage.
That fb comment sounds like it was coming from a NOI member. Allah and LRH in a single post. The old clam and the "small town booster" make strange bedfellows.
 
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ISNOINews

Independent Scientology and Nation of Islam news
Do people really use the word "audit" as a noun in scn these days, as in "one of our many audits"? I never heard it used that way when I was in scn in the 1970's. We always said "sessions" or "auditing sessions." Audit was always a verb, never a noun.

Has the usage really changed over the years? Any time I've seen it used as above I assumed the article was written by someone who'd never been in scn and didn't know the correct usage.
The only people I know who use the word "audit" as a noun are members of the Nation of Islam.

I've never known a non-NOI Scientologist use the word "audit" as a noun.
 
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