Now, the technological win is tremendous and there are only about five percent of the cases you’re going to run into that are going to give you a bit of a thetan ache because they don’t have what I choose to call now, because it was the nation or small government that did these things—Helatrobus—not to be confused with Helatrobe. Helatrobe is the Galactic Confederation. It’s Helatrobus. Call these things the Helatrobus Implants for lack of a better designation because 43 trillion isn’t accurate for all cases, don’t you see, and that sort of thing. You can’t give it by a time date and there is no reason to keep calling it by a time date. Let’s call it by something that was less well known, but that we can identify. Call them the Helatrobus Implants and it tells you these are the implants which begin with the electronic clouds over planets and—and the dichotomy, plus and minus, and so forth, and sweep on through in a certain series. And people have been through them once, twice, three, four times and they have—we have the patterns of the first series very accurately. We’ll shortly have the patterns of the second series.
We have to look at the factor of the fact that this is a rim system that we are in right now. This is Sun 12 and it is a rim, tiny, microscopic, terribly insignificant little bunch of space dust. Not to do it down particularly but compared to other systems, galaxies, confederations and that sort of things and other possessions of confederations and so forth, this is nothing. That’s why it’s left alone. But it stands pretty well alone. It’s peculiarly isolated. This is also true of most of the stars out in this end of this wheel. You know the galaxy is a big wheel and the galaxy has a hub and it has a rim and we are very close to the rim. You
look down into the southern horizon, you notice the stars in the southern hemisphere look terribly big and terribly bright. Well, it isn’t that they are so much terribly bigger than other stars. That’s just the end of the galaxy that you are looking at. That’s the end. There’s just that many between us and no more this galaxy, see? It’s very close, and people wishing to get rid of troublesome characters, captives, anybody you can think of…
You know, around city dumps, you know, they always have trouble around cities because people start using certain areas of the city for dumps, you know? And they take — use it as a dumping ground for the ice cube and for other thing: unwanted beings, unwanted people, unwanted personnel. Like you overthrow the old regime, you see, and you throw them through a good, stiff implant that mixes them up so they can’t tell north from west and you throw them into an ice cube capsule of some kind or another. And what do you do with them? Well, the primary threat to a system is the strength of a thetan. That’s the primary threat in the view of some very aberrated character. He thinks the main danger in the planet, or main danger in the system or the galaxy, or so forth, is a free thetan. The possibility also that a person in — who is acting as a doll, or something like that, can exteriorize from where he is and go home, pick up another body and come back and raise the devil with him. In other words, these people are — have overts so they try to protect themselves from the vengeance of a free thetan and they compound the possibility and the potentiality of this particular universe as a trap, and they make these people very thoroughly trapped.
Well, they dump them. They dump them pretty well far from home. They try to — don’t even try to — they don’t dump them close in, they dump them way out. Well, Helatrobus threw any people that it implanted as far as possible. Oh, some of them were — wandered back, and some of them stayed around, and some of them didn’t get badly affected and reported back and that sort of thing, but they also dumped people pretty far out. So this particular system got dumping, and the Marcab Confederacy and some of the other stars around here just got a terrific concentration of people being dumped from the center of the hub, you know. They don’t want to go over to the next galaxy, so they just take it out to the edge of the city, you know. All right. And this is close enough to other galaxies that ambitious characters over there trying to get rid of people out of their galaxies and systems, and so forth, would also use these rim stars. Now you get down toward the center of this galaxy and the possibility of finding somebody without the Helatrobus Implants, of finding any foreign implant system, will probably be totally negligible. Probably nonextant, you see? But out here you got a mixed bag and we don’t know what they did in the next galaxy. See?
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