Can you find a real why in the Internet age?


The official start of the Internet was January 1, 1983. This is considered the official birthday of the Internet. Prior to this, the various computer networks did not have a standard way to communicate with each other. Then in September 1998 Google was founded.

A number of Scientologists, have, over the years studied and applied the Data Evaluators Course, and had great success with it. Recently I was asked how can we apply that Tech to the current situation on the Planet? Prior to the launch of the Internet, it was not an impossible task. But now, 30 years later it appears to be an impossible task, due to the vast amount of false, altered and garbage data that is out there.

A fellow Scientologist said we should look for those supporting truly survival goals and those who oppose them. However, many of the supposed “supporters of the TRUTH, have evil purposes hidden behind the supposed “Good Intentions”.

So, we at Back On MyBridge would love to hear how on earth, true facts and accurate “Why’s” can be established for this Planet, and if that is possible?

“A real Why must lead to a bettering of the existing scene or (in the case of a wonderful new scene) maintaining it as a new ideal scene.

“Therefore, the Why must be something you can do something about….

“Thus, the Why is limited by what you can control.  It is NEVER that other division or top management or the bumps on the moon….

“The Why is a special thing then.  It is a key that opens the door to effective improvement.

“It is not a prejudice or a good idea.  It is where all the analysis led.

“And a REAL Why when used and handled and acted upon is like a magic carpet.  The scene at once becomes potentially better or gets maintained.

“‘Acting on a wrong Why’ is the stuff of which coffins are made….

“Wrong Whys are the tombstones of all great civilizations and, unless someone gears up the think, will be the mausoleum of this one….


“The only exception is where there are traitors around.  But this is an easy explanation, too often bought to excuse wrong Whys….

“It is NO disgrace to find a wrong Why.  It is only a disgrace not to keep trying on and on until one does find it.  Then the clouds open, the sun shines, the birds pour out their souls in purest melody and the ideal scene is approached or reached.”
LRH, HCO PL 17 Feb 72 “Proper Format and Correct Action”, Management Series volume 1 pages 93-98

“You see, truth must exist before lies and truth blows the lie away as it is later on the chain.  And any suppressive person or group seeking to dissuade you or invalidate you deals only in lies.  These lies are quite easily spotted if you know the Data Series.

“Most people get so confused by all the lies around, they come to believe anything they’re told and that’s the reason the suppressive lies.  But with the Data Series, one can spot bad data so easily it is itself a sort of relief to know it.

“And as you burrow your way down through the layers of lies, you come to truth.  And truth blows the lies away.”
LRH, LRH ED 348 Int, “Ron’s Journal 37”, 13 March 1983

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4 thoughts on “Can you find a real why in the Internet age?”

  1. Seems simple to me that paraphrasing LRH, the great religions of the world are failing, and there is nothing to take their place. You have population below 2.0 on the tone scale seeking to be right in their destruction of what they perceive as their opponent. The CoS failed, basically. So find the why for that failure, and basically one is looking at the mirror.
    In my opinion, most seem to miss that Scientology is philosophy. Philosophy requires thought. Look at the admin scales people are running. Some examples: a) to be free b) to go Clear c) to get a better life d) to learn to audit e) to audit people. Those are the “good” ones, leaving out influences of evil purposes, and desires to dominate, gain attention and admiration, get rich, etc.. A lot of people apparently want to “play better games”. I guess that in summary, many want to be a well-respected group member.
    What’s missing is definition of all the goals and purposes. To me it seems that the individual himself gets left out, somehow, the responsibility factor doesn’t get included in the mix.

    • And add this to the pot …

      “And that’s a tough bullet to chew.
      Nobody on Earth, anywhere, ever had the power to aberrate you, except you. When you’ve managed to gulp that one down, your throat may feel raw but you will feel much better generally, because you’ll stop going around looking for all of the bad things that are happening to you.”
      LRH Quote from the State of Man

      Only by violating your Personal Integrity can you possibly go to the effect of anyone or anything.

      It is YOUR choice.

      You CAN control your own life and destiny.

      You can if you keep your Personal Integrity in, and keep as well your basic kind attitude towards your fellow beings. Do not surrender to hate and other bad emotions. Just don’t.

      When you assign others or anything the Cause of your difficulties, your state of affairs or emotions, you assign that entity power over your life. One becomes a puppet capable of being controlled by other-determinisms.

      Why do that to yourself?

  2. “True recovery of one’s beingness goes along with one’s realization that he has been the cause of any difficulty he has ever had. And that’s and awful tough bullet. That’s so tough” LRH

  3. That goes well with the rest of the stew (joke). You have [one has] the ability to de-aberrate, as well. The auditor has a process to cajole the PC into creating and locating the auditor. “You CAN control your own life and destiny.” KRC, the senior triangle of Scn.
    Guys who say things like “Scn worked, but I didn’t get all the abilities I expected, and I’m not sure it was worth $300,000 bucks …” kind of annoy me for not listening (never mind paying way too much). I get the idea they must think Scn is a consumer item, just buy it off the shelves, heat it up and eat it, everything guaranteed by the FDA. The Bridge was built over a very deep chasm. Not to sound melancholy, but a couple of things seem to keep echoing in my head, thinking about those guys: “Waiting for Godot” and “We Await Silent Tristero’s Empire” (“The Crying of Lot 49”, Thomas Pynchon). And of course the king of [mere] existence, Sartre.
    I’m so wordy …. A woman on another blog long ago was very succinct: “Nicomachean Ethics.”
    I mean well.


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