I have been so busy enjoying my wins and my life after my NOTs Review, that only now am I writing this belated success. Prior to my Review, I was concerned and introverted by some of the situations I have to face daily in my life and in my job. Since then, the exact opposite is true. Not a week goes by, without manifesting my increased skills and ability that just makes things go right. My heartfelt thanks go to my Case Supervisor, Class XII Pierre Ethier, and to my auditor. I have been so busy playing bigger and bigger games that I had overlooked thanking them appropriately until now. Through the years, I had actually become the adverse effect of a few unscrupulous business men. I had done several thousands of hours of unguided Solo NOTs auditing and was slowly going nowhere. Prior to my Review, I had experienced some wins and even a few occasional Floating TAs, but there was no change in my chronic conditions and in my life problems. Since then, as the months fly by, my gains each day appear completely stable. My games are each month bigger and bigger. I derive great satisfaction from it, and from a true return of my powers. It is even fun to watch those who acted until now Suppressively getting tired of failures and shrinking, and starting to change their ways. Needless to say there are significant material and monetary rewards as well…

 My review was nothing but a complete standard application of the tech per the C/S Series. It blew any false datum I ever heard that incorrectly states that NOTs is either inflexible, robotic or does not address what someone needs and wants. A completely tailored NOTs approach cracked my case in hours. NOTs is actually the most flexible Technology in existence and can be made to very precisely tailor any case and anyone. Not only is my case cracked but my chronic breathing disorder is gone!!! In the hands of a true expert, NOTs, a Technology much maligned because of its obvious misapplication, actually perform miracles when done correctly by someone who is a true expert.

 I will never be thankful enough

T. A.

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Red Carpet Success Story

Nina Dobrev or Нина Константинова Добрева is a Canadian actress and model born in Sofia , Bulgaria. She played the role of Mia Jones, the single teenage mother, on Degrassi: The Next Generation, from the show’s sixth to ninth season. She currently stars as Elena Gilbert and Katherine Pierce on The CW American television teen drama, The Vampire Diaries.

Nina won the following Awards:

2010 Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Breakout Star  

2010 Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress  

2010 Young Hollywood Awards 

2010 Young Hollywood Awards Cast To Watch (with Paul Wesley and Ian Somerhalder) 

2011 Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress

2012 People’s Choice Awards Favorite TV Drama Actress 

2012 Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress

Spiritual Awakening

One of the secrets of success is to not work so hard with your physical body; instead, use your mind to work out the details of how to be the person you want to be. Are you motivated to spend 10 minutes a day envisioning the future you want to create for yourself?

By deliberately mentally rehearsing the experience of success in your mind, you can turn aspirations into realities. See yourself free from the old negative habits that have wasted your time, energy, and money. Forget willpower for now and imagine yourself with positive behaviors. See yourself handling any challenging situation that normally triggers your old habits and see yourself using new strategies and doing it with

Success experts say your imagination is your own personal workshop of the mind. This is particularly true when you want to program yourself towards new habits of success.

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Spiritual retreat in Sofia


 A majestic building stands right in the heart of the Bulgarian capital Sofia – this is the Central Synagogue. It is impressesive with its architecture and its history symbolizing the peaceful  spritual co-existence. Today this building is regarded as the largest Sephardic (Spanish Jewish) synagogue in Europe.

At the time when the construction of the synagogue started, the general feeling was of hope in the country’s revival. This was how the idea for the construction of such a large and imposing building was born.  This building is in itself an indication of the spritual strength of the  community and its desire to join this overall upraise trend with the idea that a beautiful and well-structured building.

The building was designed by the famous Austrian  – Friedrich Grünanger whose drawings have been used also for some of the most remarkable public buildings, including the Historical Museum , the Ecclesiastical Seminary, etc. Exploring the modern architectural styles of synagogues in Western Europe, Grünanger proposed a model inspired by the Sephardic synagogue in Vienna. The construction started in 1905 and an additional 400 seats were added to the original 700 seats. The expansion resulted in a significant increase of the costs. It caused a controversy among the community as some people thought it would have been better to allocate the financing to schools. Despite all difficulties, the construction was completed and the official inauguration of the synagogue turned into a joyful celebration for the entire city. The official consecration on September 1909 was attended by the whole state elite, including Tsar Ferdinand and his wife, Prime Minister Alexander Malinov, cabinet ministers and the higher clergy.

The synagogue is distinguished by its beautiful architecture – Spanish-Moorish style with elements of the Viennese Secession. Much of the decoration was commissioned from Vienna – for example, the brass chandelier and the multibranched candelabrum (menorah). Not only Italian but also some of the most famous Bulgarian craftsmen worked on the interior design. The wood carvings and multicolored mosaics created by them adorn the synagogue to this day. The building also housed a library storing a collection of medieval rabbinic writings. Unfortunately, many books, archives and even the exquisite stained glass windows were destroyed during the bombing of Sofia in World War II when a bomb fell right in the section where the library was housed.

After the restoration of the synagogue on the occasion of its 100th anniversary, it now shines in its full glory. Today it is not only one of the jewels in the crown of the Bulgarian capital, but it continues to perform its main function of being the spiritual center of the  community. The religious services are conducted in Hebrew and there are chants in Ladino (a Romance language descended from medieval Spanish spoken by Sephardic Jews in the Balkans, Turkey, and the Near East).

The synagogue, together with its nearby spiritual buildings – the Orthodox Church of Saint Nedelya, the Catholic Cathedral St. Joseph and the Banya Bashi mosque symbolizes the traditional model of multi-faith coexistence.

Success Story – jazz performer Amanda Ambrose

The real success is measured with the contribution to the community. Ms. Amanda Ambrose became one of the first black Celebrity Scientologists. She received counselling by Pierre Ethier in the 80-es. Soon after she became interested in the Church of Scientology, she dedicated her efforts on how this could improve African-American social standing, education and literacy. Amanda wanted to help the African-American community and embraced it fully.

Along with her daughter, Ms. Ambrose founded Ebony Awakenings, a group that has worked to honor African-Americans and create partnerships between Scientology and churches, including Kennedy’s. She  lived  in Clearwater, often would see live theatre, listen to music along with studying Scientology.

Success Story – Andre Ethier

Major League Baseball All-Star outfielder Andre Ethier played college baseball and  in 2006 Ethier made his MLB debut with the Los Angeles Dodgers. In January of 2010 he agreed to a two-year $15.25 million contract with the team. In September of 2010 Andre paid $2 million for a four bed/five bath, 6,826 square foot home on just under fives acres in Gilbert, Arizona. Built in 2003, the Tuscan-style home has a wine room, exercise room, swimming pool with a Cantera fountain, 2,700 square foot covered patio with a full outdoor kitchen, and views of San Tan Mountain.


  • A much maligned subject clarified: 10 MYTHS ABOUT STANDARD TECH DEBUNKED.
  • The Stable Datum Conundrum: Will it save your life… or cost your own sanity?
  • The Scientology Justice System: Utopian Equity or a sinister antithesis to the American Bill of Rights?
  • Hubbard Last Public Lectures (Daytona 1975) – The New Vitality Rundown: Hubbard’s Explanations and practical pproaches toward the “Bipolar Case”.
  • Principles and applications stemming from Infinite Value Logic.
  • Remote Viewing as a functional discipline.
  • Article written: Telepathy vs Mental Telegraphy : two entirely unrelated phenomena.
  • The secrets of telepathy and clairvoyance.
  • Where was I buried? a personal test of whole-track recall.
  • Succesfully adressing Amnesia on the Whole-Track.
  • The lost Art of Two Way Communication.
  • Fads and Fallacies in the name of Scientology.
  • The False Memory caper: Anatomy of bottomless abyss.
  • The use of synthetic identities as substitute for self or for Reason
  • The Unholy Legacy of Homo Novis
  • The renaming of Standard Technologies as an exercize in propaganda and re-education
  • What is Hatred?
  • Tips for Prevailing over OSA phony PR and tactics
  • Lost technologies: in each article, the author explores the theory, background, technical validity, subsequent alterations and perversions and the reasons for abandonment as well as results related to each one.
  • I Creative Processing
  • II The Lost Art of Two Way Communication
  • III Goal Listing and Criss Cross Technologies
  • IV Whole Track Implants and GPM handling
  • V The accurate adjudication and rehabilitation of the state of Clear
  • VI L-10 and its derivatives
  • VII Expanded Dianetics
  • VIII Standard Dianetics
  • IX Integrity Processing
  • X The New Vitality Rundown
  • XI The Introspection Rundown
  • XII The Humongous Rundown
  • XIII The Body Blue Print Rundown
  • XIV The Case Cracker Rundown
  • XV The Dynamic Assessemnt Rundown
  • XVI The Student Booster Rundwown
  • XVII The Rehabilitaion of Intention Rundown
  • XVIII The Hubbard “Dianetics for OTs” Rundown.
  • XIX The Power Processes
  • XX The Vital Information Rundown
  • XXI The true meaning of Standard tech
  • XXII Adverse effect (PTS) Technologies
  • XXIII The Culling and FESing of past and recent sessions.
  • XXIV The art of remote Case Supervision

The Spiritual Power of Catherine The Great

The  Hermitage (Russian: Госуда́рственный Эрмита́ж; IPA: [gəsʊˈdarstvʲɪnɨj ɪrmʲɪˈtaʂ]) is a museum of art and culture in Saint Petersburg, Russia. One of the largest and oldest museums of the world, it was founded in 1764 by Catherine the Great and has been open to the public since 1852. Its collections, of which only a small part is on permanent display, comprise nearly three million items, including the largest collection of paintings in the world. The collections occupy a large complex of six historic buildings along Palace Embankment, including the Winter Palace, a former residence of Russian emperors.

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Catherine The Great held western European philosophies and culture close to her heart and she wanted to surround herself with like-minded people within Russia. She believed a ‘new kind of person’ could be created by inoculating Russian children with European education. Catherine believed education could change the hearts and minds of the Russian people and turn them away from backwardness. This meant developing individuals both intellectually and morally, providing them knowledge and skills, and fostering a sense of civic responsibility

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Perhaps one of the most important leaders of the Russian Empire, Catherine the Second, or “The Great,” helped set the foundations for the Russian “Westernization” in the 19th and 20th centuries.  Known for her intelligence and ambitions to rule the Russian Empire, Catherine not only challenged the social norms of the time but also set the precedent for women in powerful positions.  Catherine ruled through corruption, scandal, political reforms, and land expansion. 

Young Catherine learned to hide her true feelings and thoughts from her Pastor and Teacher. She wrote later, “One never knows what children are thinking, and children are difficult to get to know, especially when a severe education has turned them into docile listeners and they have learned from experience not to tell things to their teachers.” We should internalize “the fine maxim that one should not scold children, but put them at their ease, so that they do not hide their blunders from you.”

In its own right the reign of Catherine the Great was impressive, but it was made all the more important because she was a woman.   She continued Peter the Great’s reforms of the Russian state, further increasing central control over the provinces. Her goal was to rationalize and reform the administration of the Russian Empire. One of the most prosperous periods for Russia , Catherine undertook a wide range of internal political reforms, and waged two successful wars against the Ottoman Empire and extend the borders of Russia .   Her achievements played a key role in the development of Russia as a modern state not only in a political sense but also in a cultural sense. She directed the building of the Hermitage Museum .  Commissioning building all over Russia , Catherine founded academies, journals, libraries, and corresponded with French Encyclopedists, including Voltaire, Diderot, and d’Alembert. Also, Catherine is notorious for her love affairs, which included Gregory Orlov and Gregor Potemkin.


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Catherine The Great founded The Hermitage as one majestic place collecting the finest acivements in arts as magnificent  way to conduct a spiritual dialogue between utterly different streams of human civilization. Her idea was to expose in a wonderful and misterious way the differences between the  cultures as well as the similarities they share.

Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein, the author of the theory of relativity and the most famous equation in the world : E=mc² which explains the power of nuclear energy, was also renowned for his great sense of peace, his enormous simplicity and great sense of humor. He always tried to find ways to use his great celebrity (which always surprised him alot) for the promotion of a culture of peace.

The following is a quote by Albert Einstein:

“The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything.”