Why do we document the Missing Chapters of DMSMH Dianetics 1950?
In summer 2007 David Miscavige (the CIA-man who controls the Church of Scientology by means of RTC) announced the release of 18 new books "by L. Ron Hubbard" and said, that he had to make sure, that these books are exactly how L. Ron Hubbard wanted to see them published.
I have two issues of the 1950 release of DMSMH (Dianetics, Modern Science of Mental Health) and compared them with the newer issues published since the take over of the Church by RTC (a tool of the CIA, which recently was revealed, see other articles in this category CIA).
So is the newly 2007 released edition of DMSMH based on the 1950 issue?
No, it is definitely not!
The following chapters of the 1950-issue are missing in the 2007-issue.
- INTRODUCTION BY J. A. WINTER, M.D.
I did not look into the main part of the book, just checked for missing chapters per CONTENTS.
- APPENDIX I The Philosophic Method by Will Durant
- APPENDIX II The Scientific Method by John W. Campbell, Jr.
- APPENDIX III (a) Mind Schematic (with graph) by D. H. Rogers
- APPENDIX III (b) Analyzer Schematic (with graph) by D. H. Rogers
- APPENDIX IV Advice to the Pre-Clear
So the claim of David Miscavige is a fraud!
Why should we expect, that LRH was not able to express his wishes about his first book to the publisher? He never complained that the publisher made something wrong.
LRH wanted these Introductions and appendices in his book. So why get rid of them?
If you read the introduction by Doc Winter you will see why RTC does not like that! These ideas are dangerous for RTC, because they reveal the evil intention of RTC:
Read and think for yourself:
"There is a vast difference between Authority and an authority. An authority might be described as a man who propounds a basic assumption which is valid for his time and applicable to the state of knowledge at the time it was propounded, and has had his ideas accepted. No doubt this man would not be at all averse to altering his assumptions if a change in knowledge warranted it. His protagonists and disciples don’t seem to act this way, however; before very long they begin to treat his idea as if it were some sort of divine revelation—and the man now becomes an Authority.
The words of an Authority carry much more weight than do those of a mere authority. They are sacrosanct, holy, not to be questioned; the words themselves are Authority. And, in time, another change occurs; Authority becomes confused with knowledge and is accepted blindly, unthinkingly. A man can even become an authority himself by knowing a great deal about the things Authority said."
And this is well in agreement with LRH, as per the quote from this "Professional Course Lecture 1 Summary" (1952): An AUTHORITY is one who speaks as though his opinions were made of a finer material that other peoples. There are people from whom one may learn true things which one did not know before, but these people are not authorities, they are good useful sources of data. There is no authority anywhere whose opinion is valid to the man who does not agree with him. There fore, an authority is, by definition, an entity without any use whatsoever.
Here are the missing chapters of the 1950 issue, which RTC does not want you to know about.
I have scanned them from my books and a friend digitalized them (to reduce the necessary space from more than 22 MB to under 1 MB).
I have the prove of these chapters in my shelf - even twice!
This also reminds me of these sentences, LRH wrote in DMSMH:
Dianetics is not in any way covered by legislation anywhere for no law can prevent one man sitting down and telling another man his troubles, and if anyone wants a monopoly on dianetics, be assured that he wants it for reasons which have to do not with dianetics but with profit. DMSMH, Book 3 - CHAPTER I The Mind’s Protection
Andreas Groß, Switzerland