HUBBARD COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE
Saint Hill Manor, East Grinstead, Sussex
HCO BULLETIN OF 10 JUNE 19841
False Purpose RD
Auditors and C/Ses
False Purpose Rundown Series 6
FALSE PURPOSE RUNDOWN COMMANDS
The following are the commands of False Purpose Rundown procedure. The full data on each of these commands and its application is contained in HCOB 9 June 84, FPRD Series 5, AUDITING THE FALSE PURPOSE RUNDOWN.
STEP A: Clear, check for read and ask the question from the False Purpose RD form being used. If it reads, get the question answered fully and the overt pulled with full time, place, form and event, also pulling the pc’s justifications. This is done with full Sec Checking tech. Take this E/S as a chain of overts, down to the basic overt on the chain.
STEP B: If no spectacular release or persistent F/N, find the underlying evil purpose, using the question:
“ WAS THERE SOME EVIL PURPOSE OR DESTRUCTIVE INTENTION THAT PROMPTED YOU TO COMMIT THAT OVERT?”
STEP C: If there’s no great relief and persistent F/N from the pc spotting the evil purpose, find the confusion before it, and get the pc to spot the first moment of that prior confusion:
C1: “WAS THERE A CONFUSION THAT OCCURRED JUST BEFORE YOU HAD THE PURPOSE (the wording of the evil purpose the pc gave)?”
C2: “WHEN WAS THE FIRST MOMENT OF THAT CONFUSION?”
STEP D: If still no EP, get the earlier time he had that same exact purpose: “WAS THERE AN EARLIER TIME YOU HAD THE PURPOSE____?”
STEP E: If no EP, find the confusion prior to that time as per Steps C1 and C2 above, then proceed to Step D.
STEP F: Continue with Steps D and E as needed to get the first moment of the first confusion which led to that evil purpose.
STEP G: A False Purpose Rundown Correction List should be assessed if full EP is not reached by this point.
L. RON HUBBARD
Hubbard, L. R. (1984, 10 June). False Purpose Rundown Commands. The Technical Bulletins of Dianetics and Scientology. (1991 ed., Vol. XII, p. 582.). Los Angeles: Bridge Publications, Inc.