“It is the obvious which is so difficult to see most of the time. People say 'It's as plain as the nose on your face. But how much of the nose on your face can you see, unless someone holds a mirror up to you?” ― Isaac Asimov, I, Robot
Sixty years ago we were looking for disembodied thetans with a meter. Things have changed so much today, they are almost spooky, literally. Are you ready to confront the reality of this LRH validating technology and what it can do as proof that auditing does far more than we thought and the human eye can now see with modern technology? Prepare to have your perception of Scientology changed forever. It is one thing to talk about it, yet quite another to see it with your own eyes....
In the mid 1950's LRH and Matheson, the mastermind behind the early tube powered e-meters, developed a meter that could detect thetans in the room with the experimental device. Pretty cool huh? It was never put in to broad production for the general public. However, it was a valid working technology outside of being able to communicate with them, one to one. Enter, the OT levels in the late sixties and late seventies. Para-Scientology had come of age, Earth electronics just had a few decades to catch up to what we had at our fingertips in auditing technology. In 2010, and very likely much earlier than that. The technology had come of age and was introduced to the retail public. Ostensibly, for completely different reasons than one would imagine.
Modern day, some sixty years later after Matheson's meter invention at LRH's request, the transistor is no longer king. 19.2 Billion (that's with a capital "B") are on silicon chips in some cases and Moore's law is being tested and pushed practically out of the digital engineer's text books and web sites as to what was once cannon in computing technology. Cameras are the size of pin heads in some configurations. Some with incredible capabilities beyond just taking pictures by a long shot, pun intended. This isn't your mother's Brownie Hawkeye analog film camera of the 1950's. But something far, far, greater.
What if you could combine physically unseeable wavelengths with what you were doing in session to validate the results of auditing? A tool that would revolutionize the efficacy of auditing technology and it's techniques, countless lectures, and Advanced Clinical Courses delivered so many years ago? Proof you could show the doubtful billions that auditing is doing something far beyond their physical limitations in perception of reality. Something you could show people and say, "THAT happened!" It's a game changer, for sure!
Your iPhone, Android, Windows, or Google OS phone can be used as a FLEER high resolution infrared camera, among many other incredible "pocket"photography advances, as an example. Twenty years ago the FLEER was the diameter of a buffet tray and priced in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. Put to use on the underside of police helicopters to find drug dens for raiding. My, how things have changed!