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Codes Of A Loyal Officer

Posted to the fza.org discussion forum
Date: 2001-11-27 10:37

This repost is from a post of mine to the old forum. I’ve chopped out most of the responses from that topic to keep this short, so if you want to catch the entire scope of it all go see [http://fza.org/forum/messages/1/738.html]\(f01738.php). ‘CitizenCain’ is a posting name of Paul Misiunas.

By: CitizenCain
Sunday, October 28, 2001 - 02:54 am
ATTN FZAO: A QUESTION FOR YOU

There is something I would like to ask:
Tommy,

I would like to ask you a question regarding the code of a Loyal Officer. This question is about the first item of that code. Code number one, being the most important one, is something that has been written in stone and has never, ever been altered and never will be altered. It is a code which new applicants are required to understand COMPLETELY and the process of that understanding can take anywhere from a few months, to many years. Some never complete that understanding and go on to lead other lives than that of a Loyal Officer and those lives are never looked upon with disrespect. But those that come to terms with the understanding of the first, and most important code of a Loyal Officer, never, ever become anything other than a true Loyal Officer.

Not ONE implanter or enslaver has EVER successfully completed the training involved in understanding the FIRST code of a Loyal Officer. Not one. As you can imagine, this first code is not something that will ever be forgotten, and it never is by a true officer. It MAY be covered over through various means, but the actions of the individual ALWAYS gives them away. A Loyal Officer, as you can imagine, has certain special qualities AND privileges. You see, no Loyal Officer would ever make a claim about themselves once they have an understanding of code number one.

The code is not a secret.

I ask you:

WHAT IS THE FIRST CODE OF A LOYAL OFFICER?

[in case the answer is picked up from within the vast body of scn data itself, my follow up question would be: what does the first code of a Loyal Officer mean to YOU.]

 

By: ONEOTXV (Tommy)
Sunday, October 28, 2001 - 03:45 am

A being is only as valuable as they can serve others.
And that is what it means to me.

Tommy

 

By: CitizenCain
Monday, October 29, 2001 - 12:10 pm

Tommy says:

Cain simply tried to pretend to know what it was…

Tommy, I am going to continue your view of my pretension by answering the question to which you lied to.

In case you forgot, here is the question asked of you:

WHAT IS THE FIRST CODE OF A LOYAL OFFICER?

—————————————————————

The Code of a Loyal Officer.

  1. To honor one’s own integrity above all else.

This is an example of what it is NOT:

A being is only as valuable as they can serve others.

That statement has been lately used as a rallying call for implanters and enslavers. It has nothing, whatsoever to do with the Code of a Loyal Officer. In this case, “serve others” has been taken on to mean “enslavers”. Particularily Markabians.

As a matter of fact, this one statement has been recently used as a key ingredient in implants designed to further the enslaver’s dream of domination. There is a certain amount of consideration that should be addressed with this statement alone, but that is not for the moment.

What is for the moment is the first, and most important code of a Loyal Officer.

To honor one’s own integrity above all else.

This is a code rich with definition and if addressed superfically, the resulting ‘understanding’ pales in comparison to it’s underlying intent. As I had mentioned, months, if not years, are spent undergoing training to COMPLETELY understand, and to come to terms with, the intent being delivered by that code.

The phrase “one’s own” applies not only to ‘one’s self’ but also to the complete spectrum of the dynamic activity of life.

A code of “honor” is an honor to uphold.

With “integrity” all becomes whole.

“Above all else” places the cohesiveness of the dynamic activity of life above any single aspect alone.

A Loyal Officer knows that time holds no limitations, that space knows no bounds and that within those spheres of influence, there is NOTHING which will prevent him from doing his duty. You see, the first code is much more that just a code of conduct, it is an intentioned way of life. Through the successful understanding of what a Loyal Officer is, the officer accepts no other life in which to ‘live’.

As I have mentioned, NOT ONE implanter or enslaver has EVER successfully completed the training involved with the FIRST code of a Loyal Officer. It is also true that NOT ONE Loyal Officer has EVER become an implanter or enslaver through the destructive means employed to bring that about. They all ultimately fail. Period.

You can certainly be a being who becomes valuable only when they can serve others as it is currently intended by domineering purposes or you can come to understand integrity and the honor with which it is to uphold that integrity. Not for the good of some specific ‘others’, but “above all else”.

Now you know why Loyal Officers, when called for some specfic task, are left alone to complete that task. A Loyal Officer knows what he is doing and where it is that he is going. An enslaver or implanter, on the other hand, always require constant contact in order to keep their agendas “on track”.

A Loyal Officer knows no bounds and yet is bound by something far greater. “Above all else” a Loyal Officer has the honor of performing his duty with integrity.

With the understanding of what it means to be a Loyal Officer comes the repsonsiblity to carry out that understanding. It’s never failed.

Number two of the Code of a Loyal Officer has an interesting story of it’s own. Perhaps you have heard of it? Number two was not as publicly known as number one, even though there was no effort to keep it ‘hidden’. There was an event that ocurred some time ago, the end result of which brought number two out into full public view. This one too, is now written in stone but with a marked difference.

 

By: CitizenCain
Tuesday, October 30, 2001 - 08:46 pm

Just thought that I’d finish this up.

================================================
The Codes of a Loyal Officer, and the organization itself, have a very long history. There have been many changes within the organization itself, but when it comes to the codes, there is an entirely separate history that exists. Changes to the overall code are NOT looked upon with favor but eventually, every once in a great while, an alteration to the code survives it’s obligatory scrutiny. Not so with code number two.

Code number two, previously existed in it’s own right for quite some time, but made history by being the only code to ever successfully make it’s way to ‘set in stone’ status, essentially overnight.

What event could possible have motivated the Loyal Officers to take the unheard of step of making such a radical change to code number two so quickly?

The Wall of Fire.

As a result, code number two became of prime importance, only superseded by the first code. This is code number two:

  1. There shall be no interference in the ways of Man.

But there is more to this story. Becoming set in stone, this code ALSO was altered in a very specific way. One single solitary line was placed through the middle of the entire sentence. One single line. In other words, code number two was revoked.

It was revoked as a remembrance of those who performed their duty during the Wall of Fire and it was revoked to honor those fellow officers who fell victim to that event.

Certain codes have been eliminated from the Code of a Loyal Officer before, but never has one been crossed off, and set in stone as a reminder. Now, there is no code number two, but code number two has much to say.

Perhaps in the future, code number two will be restored to it’s original place. Perhaps not. In either case the message of today is clear. Perhaps in the future it will become even more clear.

There will be no other codes forthcoming.

Notes

11 Apr 2005

An Update

When I first wrote the above I purposefully changed the first code to help eliminate confusion. The change was small but, at the time, much needed, as reality can be easily confused with one’s own thoughts and ideas. I wanted a clear and exact way to get across what the intent of the first code was and so I ADDED one word.

The first code, from above, is:

To honor one’s own integrity above all else.

The word ‘own’, in this sense, is possessive and a spiritual being DOES NOT possess integrity. A spiritual being IS that integrity. There is a huge difference between possessing and being.

Now that the separation of thought and reality is made more clear here is the code as it actually is:

To honor one’s integrity above all else.

It’s not to honor what one THINKS is one’s integrity. A universe can occupy the space between a thought and reality. In order to find out what one’s integrity is one must KNOW one’s self, inside and out.

That knowingness is spiritual freedom.

There wasn’t much of it around at the time of the above post, but perhaps we’ve come up the road just a tad.

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Codes of a Loyal Officer

misiunas

Posted: 2001-11-27 10:37  

This repost is from a post of mine to the old forum. I’ve chopped out most of the responses from that topic to keep this short, so if you want to catch the entire scope of it all go see http://fza.org/forum/messages/1/738.html
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By: CitizenCain
Sunday, October 28, 2001 - 02:54 am
ATTN FZAO: A QUESTION FOR YOU

There is something I would like to ask:
Tommy,

I would like to ask you a question regarding the code of a Loyal Officer. This question is about the first item of that code. Code number one, being the most important one, is something that has been written in stone and has never, ever been altered and never will be altered. It is a code which new applicants are required to understand COMPLETELY and the process of that understanding can take anywhere from a few months, to many years. Some never complete that understanding and go on to lead other lives than that of a Loyal Officer and those lives are never looked upon with disrespect. But those that come to terms with the understanding of the first, and most important code of a Loyal Officer, never, ever become anything other than a true Loyal Officer.

Not ONE implanter or enslaver has EVER successfully completed the training involved in understanding the FIRST code of a Loyal Officer. Not one. As you can imagine, this first code is not something that will ever be forgotten, and it never is by a true officer. It MAY be covered over through various means, but the actions of the individual ALWAYS gives them away. A Loyal Officer, as you can imagine, has certain special qualities AND privileges. You see, no Loyal Officer would ever make a claim about themselves once they have an understanding of code number one.

The code is not a secret.

I ask you:

WHAT IS THE FIRST CODE OF A LOYAL OFFICER?

[in case the answer is picked up from within the vast body of scn data itself, my follow up question would be: what does the first code of a Loyal Officer mean to YOU.]

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By: ONEOTXV (Tommy)
Sunday, October 28, 2001 - 03:45 am

A being is only as valuable as they can serve others.
And that is what it means to me.

Tommy

****
By: CitizenCain
Monday, October 29, 2001 - 12:10 pm

Tommy says:

Cain simply tried to pretend to know what it was…

Tommy, I am going to continue your view of my pretension by answering the question to which you lied to.

In case you forgot, here is the question asked of you:

WHAT IS THE FIRST CODE OF A LOYAL OFFICER?


The Code of a Loyal Officer.

  1. To honor one’s own integrity above all else.

This is an example of what it is NOT:

A being is only as valuable as they can serve others.

That statement has been lately used as a rallying call for implanters and enslavers. It has nothing, whatsoever to do with the Code of a Loyal Officer. In this case, “serve others” has been taken on to mean “enslavers”. Particularily Markabians.

As a matter of fact, this one statement has been recently used as a key ingredient in implants designed to further the enslaver’s dream of domination. There is a certain amount of consideration that should be addressed with this statement alone, but that is not for the moment.

What is for the moment is the first, and most important code of a Loyal Officer.

To honor one’s own integrity above all else.

This is a code rich with definition and if addressed superfically, the resulting ‘understanding’ pales in comparison to it’s underlying intent. As I had mentioned, months, if not years, are spent undergoing training to COMPLETELY understand, and to come to terms with, the intent being delivered by that code.

The phrase “one’s own” applies not only to ‘one’s self’ but also to the complete spectrum of the dynamic activity of life.

A code of “honor” is an honor to uphold.

With “integrity” all becomes whole.

“Above all else” places the cohesiveness of the dynamic activity of life above any single aspect alone.

A Loyal Officer knows that time holds no limitations, that space knows no bounds and that within those spheres of influence, there is NOTHING which will prevent him from doing his duty. You see, the first code is much more that just a code of conduct, it is an intentioned way of life. Through the successful understanding of what a Loyal Officer is, the officer accepts no other life in which to ‘live’.

As I have mentioned, NOT ONE implanter or enslaver has EVER successfully completed the training involved with the FIRST code of a Loyal Officer. It is also true that NOT ONE Loyal Officer has EVER become an implanter or enslaver through the destructive means employed to bring that about. They all ultimately fail. Period.

You can certainly be a being who becomes valuable only when they can serve others as it is currently intended by domineering purposes or you can come to understand integrity and the honor with which it is to uphold that integrity. Not for the good of some specific ‘others’, but “above all else”.

Now you know why Loyal Officers, when called for some specfic task, are left alone to complete that task. A Loyal Officer knows what he is doing and where it is that he is going. An enslaver or implanter, on the other hand, always require constant contact in order to keep their agendas “on track”.

A Loyal Officer knows no bounds and yet is bound by something far greater. “Above all else” a Loyal Officer has the honor of performing his duty with integrity.

With the understanding of what it means to be a Loyal Officer comes the repsonsiblity to carry out that understanding. It’s never failed.

Number two of the Code of a Loyal Officer has an interesting story of it’s own. Perhaps you have heard of it? Number two was not as publicly known as number one, even though there was no effort to keep it ‘hidden’. There was an event that ocurred some time ago, the end result of which brought number two out into full public view. This one too, is now written in stone but with a marked difference.

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By: CitizenCain
Tuesday, October 30, 2001 - 08:46 pm

Just thought that I’d finish this up.

===========================================================
The Codes of a Loyal Officer, and the organization itself, have a very long history. There have been many changes within the organization itself, but when it comes to the codes, there is an entirely separate history that exists. Changes to the overall code are NOT looked upon with favor but eventually, every once in a great while, an alteration to the code survives it’s obligatory scrutiny. Not so with code number two.

Code number two, previously existed in it’s own right for quite some time, but made history by being the only code to ever successfully make it’s way to ‘set in stone’ status, essentially overnight.

What event could possible have motivated the Loyal Officers to take the unheard of step of making such a radical change to code number two so quickly?

The Wall of Fire.

As a result, code number two became of prime importance, only superseded by the first code. This is code number two:

  1. There shall be no interference in the ways of Man.

But there is more to this story. Becoming set in stone, this code ALSO was altered in a very specific way. One single solitary line was placed through the middle of the entire sentence. One single line. In other words, code number two was revoked.

It was revoked as a remembrance of those who performed their duty during the Wall of Fire and it was revoked to honor those fellow officers who fell victim to that event.

Certain codes have been eliminated from the Code of a Loyal Officer before, but never has one been crossed off, and set in stone as a reminder. Now, there is no code number two, but code number two has much to say.

Perhaps in the future, code number two will be restored to it’s original place. Perhaps not. In either case the message of today is clear. Perhaps in the future it will become even more clear.

There will be no other codes forthcoming.



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[~poster]CitizenCain

Sunday, October 28, 2001 — 02:54 am

There is something I would like to ask:

Tommy,

I would like to ask you a question regarding the code of a Loyal Officer. This question is about the first item of that code. Code number one, being the most important one, is something that has been written in stone and has never, ever been altered and never will be altered. It is a code which new applicants are required to understand COMPLETELY and the process of that understanding can take anywhere from a few months, to many years. Some never complete that understanding and go on to lead other lives than that of a Loyal Officer and those lives are never looked upon with disrespect. But those that come to terms with the understanding of the first, and most important code of a Loyal Officer, never, ever become anything other than a true Loyal Officer.

Not ONE implanter or enslaver has EVER successfully completed the training involved in understanding the FIRST code of a Loyal Officer. Not one. As you can imagine, this first code is not something that will ever be forgotten, and it never is by a true officer. It MAY be covered over through various means, but the actions of the individual ALWAYS gives them away. A Loyal Officer, as you can imagine, has certain special qualities AND privileges. You see, no Loyal Officer would ever make a claim about themselves once they have an understanding of code number one.

The code is not a secret.

I ask you:

WHAT IS THE FIRST CODE OF A LOYAL OFFICER?

[in case the answer is picked up from within the vast body of scn data itself, my follow up question would be: what does the first code of a Loyal Officer mean to YOU.]

[~poster]ONEOTXV

Sunday, October 28, 2001 — 03:45 am

A being is only as valuable as they can serve others.

And that is what it means to me.

Tommy

[~poster]CitizenCain

Sunday, October 28, 2001 — 10:44 am

Alrighty then.

Would anyone else like to go for the gold?

(I’ll check back later just in case someone else might like this opportunity to share what their answer might be)

[~poster]Virginia

Sunday, October 28, 2001 — 01:05 pm

Cain,

Well, the answer seems clear, but I think that It MAY be covered over through various means.

Virginia

[~poster]Tigerlily

Sunday, October 28, 2001 — 01:26 pm

Loyal Officer, to the people? Out of OT III? Is that the Loyal Officer to whom you are referring? The Loyal Officer of 70 M years ago or thereabouts? Who the hell CARES what the Code of some Loyal Officer of 70 M years ago was? It isn’t going on now.

You need a better point of orientation.

A suppressive (not referring to you at all) has only power to restimulate. What does he restimulate? Track…he keeps it going as if it were in present time. He uses it against you. He makes you wrong for not complying to the (yuck) standards of some past situation and keeps in constantly mocked up and in restimulation.

I know you have just started a thread of interest, and we all enjoy communication. But there are those who could buy into this discussion, and start believing they should be Loyal Officers and adhere to some Code Number One of a Loyal Officer.

In Scientology, we don’t have Loyal Officers. We have Missionaires. We have been Missionaires for a long time.

How about the First Code of a Missionaire?

The purpose of Missionaires was to undo the damage done to Sector 13. The end result is a cleared planet.

Have you forgotten what you are here for?

[~poster]Virginia

Sunday, October 28, 2001 — 02:00 pm

Now, that *wasn’t* a totally 1.1 answer from Pat, Cain.

And Sector 13?

Gawd.

ROTFL

Methinks Pat doth protest too much about them hasbeen Loyal Officers.

I don’t give it that much thought myself, but that PAT is protesting it so much, hmmmmm.

I’ll have to think about that one.

Besides, Tommy, HER SENIOR, is who brought it up in the first place, with his implication that HE is a LOYAL OFFICER.

So, does that mean Pat is saying Tommy is 70 million or so years out of PT, and SUPPRESSIVE?

This is WORSE than the three stooges.

ROTFL

Virginia

[~poster]Worsel

Sunday, October 28, 2001 — 03:49 pm

Can someone who is an LRH standard tech adherent please give a reference as to the #1 code of a Loyal Officer or a missionaire, either one? I don’t seem to recall seeing one.

.

[~poster]Tigerlily

Sunday, October 28, 2001 — 05:15 pm

I don’t know, Worsel, not in standard tech.

Ask Alan Walters, he is the one with “codes.” :)

[~poster]Virginia

Sunday, October 28, 2001 — 05:33 pm

Not in standard tech of Scientology? Hmm, Pat forgot what she said again.

“In Scientology, we don’t have Loyal Officers. We have Missionaires. We have been Missionaires for a long time.

How about the First Code of a Missionaire?”

Worsel asks about what Pat had said: Can someone who is an LRH standard tech adherent please give a reference as to the #1 code of a Loyal Officer or a missionaire, either one? I don’t seem to recall seeing one.

Pat says this:

I don’t know, Worsel, not in standard tech.

Ask Alan Walters, he is the one with “codes.”

Okey dokey, sharp as a ball of yarn there.

Plus, She just messed up and lined up with ACW again.

Sheesh.

Virginia

[~poster]ONEOTXV

Sunday, October 28, 2001 — 05:39 pm

Worstel:

As pat said, there is no code for a Loyal Officer. The incident of 75 million years ago is long since gone.

Cain simply tried to pretend to know what it was, infering that he has some com line to a non-extant code. Or at the best, one millions of years out of pt. Shows where his attention is at.

It was simpy an effort to pretend a non-extant hidden data line. This is standard operation if you look at his and virginias posts. No data. No tech. No theta. Only pretended knowingness, and subtle inuendos about other people who are trying to get scientology applied, joking and degrading.

Regardless of any answer, there would be an entheta reply, and plenty of J and D by him and virgina. They both operate in concert. They never have any theta in the replies. Simply glee. They seldom originate. They only comment, slur and attempt to degrade.

They never on this board have posted any origination as to theta, ways of freeing theta, applications of the tech, or contributed to clearing. What they have done is attack many who are doing something about the planet, and further try to obfusicate their overts along this line with generalities an innuendo.

There cannot be a theta com here without these two posting entheta to it. By their actions ye shall know them.

All of the codes are in the tech volumes. There are no hidden data lines.

I simply responded as what I felt a loyal officer to lrh would consider senior data.

And I am a Loyal Officer. I have been for a long time, and I do not intend to change now. I am loyal to LRH, and I am loyal to Scientology, I am loyal to beings getting case gain, I am loyal to my pcs, my friends, and those who love the tech.

No one can take that from me. There are a few that are loyal officers on this planet. They are not that many, and they uniformly attempt to get scientology known and applied by as many as possible.

They do not hang around and attack those who are applying scientology.

Tommy

[~poster]Worsel

Sunday, October 28, 2001 — 06:11 pm

.

Tommy wrote about Virginia and Cain:

snipped

Yes, I got all that, thank you. My original question was mostly because Space Cadet Cain had asked his para-scientological question which he so “knowingly” put in a way that seemed challenging to Tommy, as if to say that if Tommy couldn’t answer it “correctly” then AH-HAH, this would prove something or other. Silly.

I do agree, however, that a being is only as valuable as he can serve others. Stated in another way, he can’t go OT unless he is trained. Also stated as the most valuable beings are auditors. And stated in an “old” staff requirements PL as the person must have completed a Dns course, audited another to and received himself a Dns case completion, or he was an ethics case and didn’t belong on staff. Etc etc.

.

[~poster]oneotxv

Sunday, October 28, 2001 — 06:39 pm

You are welcome.

tommy

[~poster]Virginia

Sunday, October 28, 2001 — 06:47 pm

Well then Tommy, your IJC says you are stuck on the track and suppressive, since you JUST SAID ‘I am a Loyal Officer”.

And why ARE you appearing to answer for PAT, anyways, she was just HERE.

Cuz she was flailing around too much, that it?

hey wait, let’s look at this some more

Tommy said: And I am a Loyal Officer. I have been for a long time, and I do not intend to change now.

BUT, he ALSO said:

there is no code for a Loyal Officer. The incident of 75 million years ago is long since gone.

Then HOW IS IT Tommy, that you ARE a Loyal Officer in PT?

Boy, the two of you are acting seriously rattled about something, can’t even keep your stories straight amongst yourselves.

And as to WHY you are so rattled-I am not going to offer you sympathy, but I will BE EFFECTIVE.

Virginia

[~poster]CitizenCain

Sunday, October 28, 2001 — 08:44 pm

Tommy, I’m sorry that you felt you had to lie in answering the question. Your figure-figure did not figure out a correct answer by any means.

Worsel, does anyone at the church know?

[~poster]CitizenCain

Sunday, October 28, 2001 — 08:46 pm

Tigerlily, even though the question is not real to you, do you have an answer that might be appropriate?

[~poster]CitizenCain

Sunday, October 28, 2001 — 08:49 pm

Virginia, I do agree. Some things just don’t add up.

[~poster]Virginia

Sunday, October 28, 2001 — 09:41 pm

Cain,

Yep,said in my best Sam Spade voice:

“I looked things over and they just DIDN’T add up.”

Virginia

[~poster]Worsel

Sunday, October 28, 2001 — 10:28 pm

.

Cain wrote

Worsel, does anyone at the church know?

I wouldn’t have the slightest idea. The last time I heard that term from the church was the publication that came out after the death of LRH was announced, and it said that Broker was a Loyal Officer. Personally, I don’t think “anyone at the church” knows very much about scientology. At least, they didn’t when I left in the 80’s.

.

[~poster]tigerlily

Sunday, October 28, 2001 — 11:51 pm

Virginia is taking words out of context. There is no disparity about what Tommy said about Loyal Officer, as he clearly differenciated between Loyal Officer as in 75 M years ago and a person who is a Loyal Officer to LRH.

It is not written in LRH tech that we are missionaires that I know of. Not everyone in Scientology had that track in common, but many of us did. She scoffs at Sector 13, and the purpose to decontaminate it. What the heck does she think Scientology is all about…picking words apart and looking for out-points?

She is absolutely clueless what Scientology is about. It was already there when she came along this lifetime, she didn’t help create it. I give her credit for her efforts in KSW and reforming the COS by pointing out the correct materials. She is not tech trained, (with the exception of solo) she is not ethics trained, she has no staff experience that I know of (and I’m sure she will correct me if I am wrong about that).

[~poster]Virginia

Monday, October 29, 2001 — 02:16 am

Nah, it seems like this is all a bit too unreal to already, Pat.

How about cats? Do you like cats? I like cats.

end comm to Pat

Now, for anyone else interested?

I already covered my staff experience with PJ a while back, I was in the Sea org in upper level management for 4 1/2 years.

I am a product II, fully trained and interened on VOL 0, and VOL 1 (that’s the one with ETHICS in it), and I have a lot of technical study and application, was challenged on understanding in the church by Class IX’s and higher, and I passed all there SEARCHING questions with flying colors.

I have done a LOT of courses, but no need to list them all here I think.

Now, just in case anyone missed it.

Pat said ORIGINALLY:

In Scientology, we don’t have Loyal Officers. We have Missionaires. We have been Missionaires for a long time.

How about the First Code of a Missionaire?

then was asked this:

Can someone who is an LRH standard tech adherent please give a reference as to the #1 code of a Loyal Officer or a missionaire, either one?

responds very non-sequitur with this:

I don’t know, Worsel, not in standard tech.

NOW says THIS:

It is not written in LRH tech that we are missionaires that I know of.

which contradicts the FIRST thing she said:

In Scientology, we don’t have Loyal Officers. We have Missionaires. We have been Missionaires for a long time.

How about the First Code of a Missionaire?

especially the “First Code of a Missionaire” thing she said.

Also FYI, the missionaire unit of Flag had lots of issues on training to be a missionaire, running missions, all about missions and missionaires.

And in addition?

This sector I believe is referred to as SECTOR 9, not SECTOR 13.

Virginia

[~poster]Rudy

Monday, October 29, 2001 — 09:55 am

It was temporaily renamed for Halloween. :)

[~poster]VAST

Monday, October 29, 2001 — 10:00 am

Very funny Rudy. hahahahahahahahaha

[~poster]CitizenCain

Monday, October 29, 2001 — 11:42 am

Here is my reply to Tommy’s post:

Worstel: As pat said, there is no code for a Loyal Officer. The incident of 75 million years ago is long since gone.

Sometimes, auditing expands one’s attention and allows one to ‘see’ things beyond the writing on the wall. But then, you wouldn’t know about that would you?

Cain simply tried to pretend to know what it was, inferring that he has some com line to a non-extant code. Or at the best, one millions of years out of pt. Shows where his attention is at.

:) Thanks for noticing!

It was simpy an effort to pretend a non-extant hidden data line. This is standard operation if you look at his and virginias posts. No data. No tech. No theta. Only pretended knowingness, and subtle inuendos about other people who are trying to get scientology applied, joking and degrading.

All this talk of pretending, Tommy, makes me wonder why you are so in touch with it.

Regardless of any answer, there would be an entheta reply, and plenty of J and D by him and virgina. They both operate in concert. They never have any theta in the replies. Simply glee. They seldom originate. They only comment, slur and attempt to degrade.

They never on this board have posted any origination as to theta, ways of freeing theta, applications of the tech, or contributed to clearing. What they have done is attack many who are doing something about the planet, and further try to obfusicate their overts along this line with generalities an innuendo.

Just because you can’t come up with an answer doesn’t mean that you have to blame other people. It’s not someone else’s fault that your lying blocks the view of your track.

There cannot be a theta com here without these two posting entheta to it. By their actions ye shall know them.

Are you referring to yourself and Pat here. Are you making some sort of declaration?

All of the codes are in the tech volumes. There are no hidden data lines.

That’s funny, I didn’t see the local building codes in there. I’ll go look again. If it’s not in there should I assume that there is a hidden data line somewhere?

I simply responded as what I felt a loyal officer to lrh would consider senior data.

Ok, next time I have a question for you, I’ll go ask your imagination. Good idea. Thanks for clarifying that up.

And I am a Loyal Officer. I have been for a long time, and I do not intend to change now. I am loyal to LRH, and I am loyal to Scientology, I am loyal to beings getting case gain, I am loyal to my pcs, my friends, and those who love the tech.

Will you stop yanking my chain. You’re such a kidder.

No one can take that from me. There are a few that are loyal officers on this planet.

They are not that many, and they uniformly attempt to get scientology known and applied by as many as possible.

I agree, there are a ‘few’ others just like you on this planet. Thanks for clarifying that. Would you be so kind as to point them out for us. Thanks, knew you would!

They do not hang around and attack those who are applying scientology.

What a great ending to a lovely story. Gosh, I just get chills up and down my spine whenever I read your posts. They are just so… so… revealing. That’s the word. Revealing. Thanks and please do write more.

ps: I’d really like to know more about those other ‘loyal officers’, that you said are just like you, out there in the world keeping us safe and all. Out of harm’s way, that sort of thing. Perhaps you’re referring to Alan Walters? Maybe Ralph Hilton. Could it be your friend Konchak Penday? hmmmm. Inquiring minds want to know.

[~poster]CitizenCain

Monday, October 29, 2001 — 11:44 am

This is my response to Pat’s post:

Loyal Officer, to the people? Out of OT III? Is that the Loyal Officer to whom you are referring? The Loyal Officer of 70 M years ago or thereabouts? Who the hell CARES what the Code of some Loyal Officer of 70 M years ago was? It isn’t going on now.

Pat, that’s a lot of questioning, but instead of going off on a tangent, I’m going to try to stick with the original framework.

You need a better point of orientation.

Did you have something specific in mind?

A suppressive (not referring to you at all) has only power to restimulate. What does he restimulate? Track…he keeps it going as if it were in present time. He uses it against you. He makes you wrong for not complying to the (yuck) standards of some past situation and keeps in constantly mocked up and in restimulation.

If you are not referring to me at all, then I’ll just ignore that paragraph because you are obviously trying to work something out there and I don’t want to interrupt that.

I know you have just started a thread of interest, and we all enjoy communication.

But there are those who could buy into this discussion, and start believing they should be Loyal Officers and adhere to some Code Number One of a Loyal Officer.

That is a frightening thought, isn’t it? I understand.

In Scientology, we don’t have Loyal Officers. We have Missionaires. We have been Missionaires for a long time.

How about the First Code of a Missionaire?

I understand that the question I posed is unreal to you and that you are trying to reach for stable data. That is ok with me.

The purpose of Missionaires was to undo the damage done to Sector 13. The end result is a cleared planet.

I thought that Sector 13 was beyond hope. You know, trashed and left for dead. Are you still trying to clean up over there because the action is over here now. THIS sector. I see now how your message in another thread makes sense. You were referring to that location, sorry I missed that before.

Have you forgotten what you are here for?

Can you tell me what you think I am here for? I’d really like to know. Thanks, knew you would!

[~poster]CitizenCain

Monday, October 29, 2001 — 12:10 pm

Tommy says:

Cain simply tried to pretend to know what it was…

Tommy, I am going to continue your view of my pretension by answering the question to which you lied to.

In case you forgot, here is the question asked of you:

WHAT IS THE FIRST CODE OF A LOYAL OFFICER?

The Code of a Loyal Officer.

  1. To honor one’s own integrity above all else.

This is an example of what it is NOT:

A being is only as valuable as they can serve others.

That statement has been lately used as a rallying call for implanters and enslavers. It has nothing, whatsoever to do with the Code of a Loyal Officer. In this case, “serve others” has been taken on to mean “enslavers”. Particularily Markabians.

As a matter of fact, this one statement has been recently used as a key ingredient in implants designed to further the enslaver’s dream of domination. There is a certain amount of consideration that should be addressed with this statement alone, but that is not for the moment.

What is for the moment is the first, and most important code of a Loyal Officer.

To honor one’s own integrity above all else.

This is a code rich with definition and if addressed superfically, the resulting ‘understanding’ pales in comparison to it’s underlying intent. As I had mentioned, months, if not years, are spent undergoing training to COMPLETELY understand, and to come to terms with, the intent being delivered by that code.

The phrase “one’s own” applies not only to ‘one’s self’ but also to the complete spectrum of the dynamic activity of life.

A code of “honor” is an honor to uphold.

With “integrity” all becomes whole.

“Above all else” places the cohesiveness of the dynamic activity of life above any single aspect alone.

A Loyal Officer knows that time holds no limitations, that space knows no bounds and that within those spheres of influence, there is NOTHING which will prevent him from doing his duty. You see, the first code is much more that just a code of conduct, it is an intentioned way of life. Through the successful understanding of what a Loyal Officer is, the officer accepts no other life in which to ‘live’.

As I have mentioned, NOT ONE implanter or enslaver has EVER successfully completed the training involved with the FIRST code of a Loyal Officer. It is also true that NOT ONE Loyal Officer has EVER become an implanter or enslaver through the destructive means employed to bring that about. They all ultimately fail. Period.

You can certainly be a being who becomes valuable only when they can serve others as it is currently intended by domineering purposes or you can come to understand integrity and the honor with which it is to uphold that integrity. Not for the good of some specific ‘others’, but “above all else”.

Now you know why Loyal Officers, when called for some specfic task, are left alone to complete that task. A Loyal Officer knows what he is doing and where it is that he is going. An enslaver or implanter, on the other hand, always require constant contact in order to keep their agendas “on track”.

A Loyal Officer knows no bounds and yet is bound by something far greater. “Above all else” a Loyal Officer has the honor of performing his duty with integrity.

With the understanding of what it means to be a Loyal Officer comes the repsonsiblity to carry out that understanding. It’s never failed.

Number two of the Code of a Loyal Officer has an interesting story of it’s own. Perhaps you have heard of it? Number two was not as publicly known as number one, even though there was no effort to keep it ‘hidden’. There was an event that ocurred some time ago, the end result of which brought number two out into full public view. This one too, is now written in stone but with a marked difference.

(or her)

[~poster]Blondie

Monday, October 29, 2001 — 05:00 pm

Wow!

That was quite a post Cain — I like it!

[~poster]CitizenCain

Monday, October 29, 2001 — 10:56 pm

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[~poster]CitizenCain

Tuesday, October 30, 2001 — 08:46 pm

Just thought that I’d finish this up.

The Codes of a Loyal Officer, and the organization itself, have a very long history. There have been many changes within the organization itself, but when it comes to the codes, there is an entirely separate history that exists. Changes to the overall code are NOT looked upon with favor but eventually, every once in a great while, an alteration to the code survives it’s obligatory scrutiny. Not so with code number two.

Code number two, previously existed in it’s own right for quite some time, but made history by being the only code to ever successfully make it’s way to ‘set in stone’ status, essentially overnight.

What event could possible have motivated the Loyal Officers to take the unheard of step of making such a radical change to code number two so quickly?

The Wall of Fire.

As a result, code number two became of prime importance, only superseded by the first code. This is code number two:

  1. There shall be no interference in the ways of Man.

But there is more to this story. Becoming set in stone, this code ALSO was altered in a very specific way. One single solitary line was placed through the middle of the entire sentence. One single line. In other words, code number two was revoked.

It was revoked as a remembrance of those who performed their duty during the Wall of Fire and it was revoked to honor those fellow officers who fell victim to that event.

Certain codes have been eliminated from the Code of a Loyal Officer before, but never has one been crossed off, and set in stone as a reminder. Now, there is no code number two, but code number two has much to say.

Perhaps in the future, code number two will be restored to it’s original place. Perhaps not. In either case the message of today is clear. Perhaps in the future it will become even more clear.

There will be no other codes forthcoming.

[~poster]LOGIC 18

Thursday, November 01, 2001 — 01:30 am

Cain wrote:

“Not ONE implanter or enslaver has EVER successfully completed the training involved in understanding the FIRST code of a Loyal Officer. Not one. As you can imagine, this first code is not something that will ever be forgotten, and it never is by a true officer. It MAY be covered over through various means, but the actions of the individual ALWAYS gives them away. A Loyal Officer, as you can imagine, has certain special qualities AND privileges. You see, no Loyal Officer would ever make a claim about themselves once they have an understanding of code number one.

“We come back”

LOGIC 18 (past life Scientologist)

[~poster]Virginia

Thursday, November 01, 2001 — 04:25 am

To honor one’s own integrity above all else.

Virginia

[~poster]Tigerlily

Thursday, November 01, 2001 — 07:03 am

CC, you are putting up a lot of information about a Loyal Officer. I just don’t know what group that is. I have never really heard of that in present time.

It doesn’t have anything to do with Scientology, to the best of my knowledge.

As to “missionares” yes, I was giving you my stable datum. It wasn’t written by Ron, it is what I discovered/uncovered/woke-up-to when running whole track many, many, years ago this lifetime. I had friends in Scientology who also came up with similiar information as to who they were and what they were doing here. Scientology as a body of data might be new on this planet in the last century, but the mission it stands for didn’t just erupt this lifetime. It has been ongoing. Again, you won’t find that in the tech, but that doesn’t make it any the less true. “If it isn’t written, it isn’t true”, applies to tech, admin, and policy. It doesn’t apply to the cognitions of the pc which are also true.

Well, Tommy may be a “Loyal Officer” to LRH, which is how he interpreted the Loyal Officer question, but I am not a Loyal Officer. I wasn’t then, and I am not now. Loyal Officer just isn’t one of my present time roles.

Loyal Officer in Inc. II was loyal (to the people). But if he were an officer in that system, then he was betraying the group he swore to uphold. Not that there is anything wrong with that, since the regime became so suppressive. He was actually an “Unloyal Officer” from the viewpoint of the group that he had originally sworn to uphold. I mean, the Citizens didn’t have their own army!

I used to be loyal to the COS, until it became a suppressive group under the current management.

So where is this “Loyal Officer” concept??? Do you assume that anyone who doesn’t know anything about Loyal Officers and their prime directive or first code is part of the Xemu/Xenu implanters? Or were you just trying to get a discussion going. You did that!

Do you think old Xenu actually came out of the mountain and took lives here and became part of the conspiracy to do in this planet? That story by LRH came in his very later days when he had had strokes and couldn’t distinguish between fact and fiction. Either that or the great gamemaster that he was just wanted to see how far he could pull the leg of these humans going up the bridge. Knowing the man, I’d opt for the second choice :) There is no other explanation. It exceeds all credulity.

Saying the above isn’t going to make me popular, but I’m saying it anyway.

Churchie wanted to know about “hardliners” re: LRH”. From my view, that is someone who takes every word of LRH as gospel, doesn’t distiguish between LRH’s opinion and the tech, or between LRH’s written materials and his state of case at the time. LRH wanted us to think for ourselves. He wanted us to use the tech in the most effective manner possible, as he said, “all of the tech works, some of it just works faster” He wanted us to be able to “think with the tech” to make it our own.

Understand I’m not attacking the Loyal Officer concept. Obviously there is some track there for some people. But don’t assume because another doesn’t have that track that he is automatically on some other side, that of implanters. Especially no one should assume that or imply that against auditors who are working to FREE people. Anyone that does that is a CONDITION OF ENEMY. I’m not saying you are doing this, but Virginia has done it. She is on your board, playing “I’m the good guy, I can see all the outpoints and I’m right, and anyone who doesn’t agree with me is wrong, not only wrong but part of the enemy camp. And because I’m correct about all my ability to apply the data series, I am perfectly justified in trashing auditors and badmouthing FZAOINT.”

Re: you need a better point of orientation I was going to say, “present time.”

I need a board where I can communicate where I will not be picked apart, where I don’t have to watch every word, where it is safe to communicate. It is not safe on this board.

I am not interested in doing battle with other Scientologists. I don’t want to turn this board into a war-zone. I don’t want to be pulled into games conditions that are simply distractions from a decent quality of life and from the purpose to free others and decontaminate this sector.

Virginia asked me if I was trying to get her kicked off the board. Well, I wasn’t. But I do think it is a darn shame that she is on this board, because I had hoped this could be a free place to communicate about Scientology without attacks. “Find a safe place from which to communicate” is prior to “Find a comm line.”

This board should also be made safe for others. It has quieted down a bit. I hope it stays quiet.

I am interested in your view of Loyal Officers.

[~poster]misiunas

Thursday, November 01, 2001 — 11:07 am

Hi Tigerlily, thanks for your communication. I’m not going to go into a discussion about my perception of what a Loyal Officer is at the moment. I sort of ended that with the last ‘CitizenCain’ post above. Besides that, right now my attention is more on site duties than anything else. I hope that you will understand.

Saying the above isn’t going to make me popular, but I’m saying it anyway.

Yeah, I know what you mean. Not about you, but about me. :)

Thank you for your communication.

Paul

[~poster]VAST

Thursday, November 01, 2001 — 11:47 am

Hi Paul. I enjoyed your post (as Citizen Cain) immensely. Thank you.

[~poster]basicbasic

Thursday, November 01, 2001 — 12:43 pm

Hi Tigerlily, Nothing you said makes you unpopular with me. Loved that post. :)

bb I

[~poster]Virginia

Thursday, November 01, 2001 — 02:37 pm

Tigerlily,

You said: Do you think old Xenu actually came out of the mountain and took lives here and became part of the conspiracy to do in this planet? That story by LRH came in his very later days when he had had strokes and couldn’t distinguish between fact and fiction.

I say, Where did you read this story by LRH, or is it in a tape?

Thanks.

You said: Either that or the great gamemaster that he was just wanted to see how far he could pull the leg of these humans going up the bridge.

I say: I am curious, why do you personally, refer to him as the great gamemaster?

Virginia

[~poster]Tigerlily

Thursday, November 01, 2001 — 03:22 pm

CC, no that is fine. I have other things to do anyway.

V I call him the great gamesmaster because that is what he excelled at. He had a game with every person he met. He set up all of Scientology, and there isn’t a better game on this planet.

Anyway, thanks CC for letting me use this board, but I’m off of it for an “extended leave.” :)

[~poster]Virginia

Thursday, November 01, 2001 — 05:30 pm

Tigerlily,

OK, but you didn’t answer this part:

You said originally: Do you think old Xenu actually came out of the mountain and took lives here and became part of the conspiracy to do in this planet? That story by LRH came in his very later days when he had had strokes and couldn’t distinguish between fact and fiction.

I asked:

Where did you read this story by LRH, or is it in a tape?

And your answer is……?

Also, why are you taking an extended leave? Funnily similar to what churchie is hinting at doing, as well.

No connection I’m sure..

But I could be wrong.

Virginia

[~poster]dornfordyates

Monday, November 05, 2001 — 12:19 am

CitizenCaine,

You wrote: (among other things) The Code of a Loyal Officer.

  1. To honor one’s own integrity above all else.

What exactly is your reference for this?

[~poster]misiunas

Monday, November 05, 2001 — 09:29 am

Tommy thinks that I was pretending. Do you?

[~poster]ami

Monday, November 05, 2001 — 12:42 pm

dornfordyates wrote: CitizenCaine,

You wrote: (among other things) The Code of a Loyal Officer.

  1. To honor one’s own integrity above all else.

What exactly is your reference for this?

misunias wrote:

Tommy thinks that I was pretending. Do you?

I write:

TR 3. What is your reference for the above quote?

[~poster]misiunas
[~ip]166.102.201.200

Monday, November 05, 2001 — 01:39 pm

Oh my, a third party!

How lovely!

[~poster]ONEOTXV
[~ip]64.171.78.59

Monday, November 05, 2001 — 02:05 pm

Cain/Paul

Looked like a simple question and a tr 3 to me.

Either you have a reference or you do not.

It is obvious you are pretending. Your snap into the Misiunas valence from Citizen Cain leaves no room for doubt.

You do not know the technology by your own admission, and have had very little auditing.

Such being the case, it is entirely appropriate for AMI to ask you for your reference what you think the first code of a loyal officer is.

And you think it is third party. It is quite lovely, but it was simple TR 3. Tommy

[~poster]misiunas
[~ip]166.102.201.16

Monday, November 05, 2001 — 02:37 pm

Snap! Snap! Yeah, I know what you mean, Tommy.

It is obvious you are pretending…

You keep bringing that up. Are you having a problem with that?

You do not know the technology by your own admission, and have had very little auditing.

And since you don’t know your materials, I suggest that you restudy them. Didn’t you claim to be an OT? If you are, act like one, if not, then keep on pretending.

And you think it is third party. It is quite lovely, but it was simple TR 3.

Oh, I get it. It’s a group thing. :) Well, at least you do admit to third-partying.

Maybe the group can come up with an answer as to why it kicked VAST off the fzaoint list. Was that on Hilton’s orders?

You guys must miss Virginia really bad.

Anyone else interested in Scientology?

[~poster]ONEOTXV
[~ip]64.171.78.59

Monday, November 05, 2001 — 03:08 pm

Hello Paul:

First of all, you would have no clue at all whether I know the materials, since you do not know them by your own admission. And any opinion you have as to whether anyone knows the materials is valueless.

Yes it is a group thing. There is a group that wants you to answer the question. What are your references for your post on the code of a loyal officer?

As to why VAST was kicked off of fzaoint, that was my decision. I do not operate off of anyones orders on this planet. I kicked vast, and about 10 unknown people off of the fzaoint group because you, as Citizen Cain, took a post from the fzaoint group and stupidly posted it to this forum.

So I knew that there was a leak. And it was to your covert little ass. Unfortunately I thought it was David G, and I owe him a very big apology when I see him again.

And as well, I killed all the links to any fza mail, which you have udoubtably found out.

The leak was you. And it was from you intercepting mail on the fza mailer to mike hunsaker. Reprehensible. However, I knew you would hang yourself if I gave you enough rope, and you have done it.

Virginia is not missed in the least. She is useless, and so are you. Neither of you have any clue about what Scientology is.

I rember you from a long time ago when you had a cow over me putting up the Spellsinger website, full of Scientology links and technology. Remember? You screamed and cried because I had “ripped off” FZA. I knew you were an idiot back then, but then you dropped off the lines, so it made no difference.

Now here you are supporting Virginia and her delusions, along with her OSA husband. Shame shame.

I warned you not to get on my personal com lines. You just had to, you just had to try to touch theta and dirty it. You will find the power in those lines quite a bit more than you bargained for.

The FZAO’s represent the best and purest of Scientology technology available today.

Of course you would not be able to recognize this, or the liability in attacking it.

Tommy

[~poster]misiunas
[~ip]166.102.201.16

Monday, November 05, 2001 — 04:26 pm

Tommy, instead of posting the same message all over the forum, you should post it only ONCE, on the topic to which you really want to reply to.

My reply is on the OTHER topic, because your confusion about where to post brought THAT topic up first.

In the future, post your message ONLY ONCE, to the topic being adressed.

Paul

[~poster]ONEOTXV
[~ip]64.171.78.59

Monday, November 05, 2001 — 05:06 pm

Gee Paul, I only replied on the threads to your posts. I did not post the same message all over the forum. I dont have time to track where you reply to what. I just post to the threads that are of interest to me.

Tommy

[~poster]ami
[~ip]4.33.2.117

Monday, November 05, 2001 — 07:07 pm

Earlier: dornfordyates wrote: CitizenCaine,

You wrote: (among other things) The Code of a Loyal Officer.

  1. To honor one’s own integrity above all else.

What exactly is your reference for this?

misunias wrote:

Tommy thinks that I was pretending. Do you?

I write:

TR 3. What is your reference for the above quote?

You responded:

Oh my, a third party!

How lovely!

And then QA’d with Tommy.

TR 3: What is your reference for the above quote?

Please give a real reply.

Thank you /attachedNotes]

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