Hubbard orders reverse processing to harm Henry Luce.
And this afternoon, I want to take up some of these processes and demonstrate them quite directly. I noticed that uh… your professional practice has been… or your application of this material has been materially assisted by TIME magazine. Uh… TIME magazine is run by a Catholic, I think he is, or something, and I think it’s on the… on the uh… the magazine is published, and… by license of a papal bull.
And uh… a fellow by the name of Luce1 runs this magazine; and I merely want this to be on a tape for the record for posterity. If this fellow ever turns up for processing he’s to be thrown in the clam.2 And put there very heavily and very strongly and left to go about his way. The last person that was thrown violently into the clam lost all of his wisdom and molars. That’s right, that’s what happened.
Hubbard, L. R. (1952, 18 December). About the Press’ Tone Level: Psychometry. Philadelphia Doctorate Course, (PDC-58). Lecture conducted from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.