The first time this was ever done was in an Academy. A student suddenly came down with measles; only the doctor couldn’t find anything wrong with the student. And I got very clever about this time and asked the burning question, “What had this student been doing just before these measles broke out?” And I found out that the (quote) “auditor” in that particular case had blown the session.
Blown the session! The auditor had blown the session. Get somebody halfway through a measles engram and then blow the session. Pretty good, huh? So I just got somebody to run O/W on that auditor, or the equivalent at that time. And it didn’t take a half an hour, and there were – the measles were gone. Got the idea? We took the auditing off the case. So you can always do that. You can always remove the auditing.1
- Hubbard, L. Ron (1961-06-28) Raw Meat: Troubleshooting Cases. St. Hill Special Briefing Course; East Grinstead, Sussex ↩