ASL (Aaron Smith-Levin): There’s this woman named Christy Woods or Christy Siddall or however you say her last name, who for the last three years has been trying to sell her story to the Washington Post, the Tampa Bay Times, Tony Ortega, and any former Scientologist she can find. And when I say “sell” I don’t mean she’s actually asking for money to the best of my knowledge.
Not any–, she claims that she was held by your son David Miscavige at the International Base from the age of twelve as his private sex slave. Raped her non-stop for ten years. She had six kids with him. Ah, Dave’s wife Shelly would come in and watch sometimes. And that all of the the former Int executives who have left the Sea Org and left Scientology all know about this and are colluding to be silent and cover it up and cover up this child rape.
And she wants you to submit a DNA sample to prove that her kids belong to David Miscavige. What say you?
RM (Ron Miscavige Snr.): Okay. Do we have many Scientologists watching this, do you think?
RM: All right. So there is a process in Scientology where you are looking for what’s called a person’s “item.” And when you give–, when you get this item, you feel relief in certain areas of your life. Ah, multitudinous things that it could relieve you of.1
Does that make sense, in one–, in other words, you “get your item”?
ASL: Well, I mean it makes sense to me. I know what you’re talking about.
RM: Yeah, but I mean let’s say if you were ah, a non-Scientologist. What I just said; would that kind of give you the idea what “getting an item” is?
ASL: Well maybe not.
And when they find it, was like, “Oh, my God! THIS is what’s wrong with me.”
RM: Exactly. I think between the both of us, anybody watching this will get the idea of what we mean by a person getting its item, right?
RM: Now this girl who’s claiming these things. Just–. What was her name again?
RM: Christy. Okay, Christy.
Christy, if you’re watching this, I would like you to do this and I think it’s going to help you. I want you to go, get in front of a mirror. Look at yourself in the mirror and just say, “I’m nuts.”
And I tell ya, I think you’re going to find–, now don’t take this personally. Just walk in front, look in a mirror and say, “I’m nuts.” And I think it’s going to help you tremendously.
This is lunacy.
And those of you who are buying this, for Christ’s sake man. Come to your fucking senses! I mean this is an international base where you’re claiming that all these people knew about it. He’s my SON. Are you crazy? YOU answer that question.5; 6; 7
- The procedure being discussed is known as “Listing” or “Listing and Nulling.” Definitions. ↩
- The question “What’s wrong with me?” is a well known example of a “non-standard,” self-listing question, in that there can be no one right answer. According to Hubbard, “The usual reason for self-listing is a prior wrong L&N item or an item not found. People will self-list to try to find the right item. So find and correct the earlier out-list.” (HCOB 11 April 1977 List Errors Correction Of). Listing is an extremely exact procedure, done only in formal session with an E-meter by a properly trained Class IV or above auditor. ↩
- Hubbard emphasized that “NOTHING PRODUCES AS MUCH CASE UPSET AS A WRONG LIST ITEM OR A WRONG LIST.” (HCOB 20 April 1972 C/S Series 78 Product Purpose And Why And W/C Error Correction). ↩
- Hubbard wrote that the purpose of the Introspection Rundown “is to locate and correct those things which cause a person to fixate his attention inwardly, on himself or his bank. This RD extroverts the person so that he can see his environment and therefore handle and control it. (…) The key is WHAT CAUSED THE PERSON TO INTROSPECT BEFORE THE PSYCHOTIC BREAK.” (…) In the case of a pc in a psychotic break, the C/S would have to locate the last severe wrong indication, indicate the fact to the pc and get it corrected (as with a wrong item) as the first action.” (HCOB 23 January 1974RB The Technical Breakthrough of 1973! The Introspection RD) ↩
- See definition: Black Dianetics ↩
- Journal of Scientology Danger: Black Dianetics (1952) ↩
- Lecture: Formative State of Scientology: Definition of Logic (December 12, 1952) ↩