HELATROBUS

     While we are into the subject of GPMs I should throw in the data
relating to some work I have done.  Actual GPMs are more forceful that
implant GPMs but in searching for the actual ones one often runs into
the implants.  I ran the Helatrobus series myself and several others
have found it pulls off heavy charge.  Here's what I wrote up at the
time (some years back):

     The Helatrobus and other implant GPMs were researched by LRH in
1963.  They were later abandoned for reasons I have not discovered.  LRH
later returned to the running of implant GPMs in 1966 with the
development of OT2 using a simplified style of running.  Then he went on
to OT3 and discovered that the implant GPMs of OT2 were all implanted at
one date 75 million years ago.  The only later running of such implants
is by D/L on later levels or by inspection at OT8.
 
     After several thousand hours of solo nots and completing OT8 my
exploration of the whole track led me into Helatrobus.  I discovered
this series to be heavily rocket reading and over the course of several
months discovered 133 goals on my own case composed of 34,358 reliable
items.
 
     The complete data on how to run these would involve study of the
SHSBC lectures.  The tech is however sufficiently covered in the newer
tech volume VII.  The technique involves a style of listing called
"Directive listing" or R3N.  I tried running using OT2 style but found
R3N faster and smoother to run.  The technique is more complex but well
worth learning.
 
     Its immediate precursor is R3M2, a more complex procedure developed
for Actual GPMs, wherein each item in the GPM is obtained by L&N from
the one before.  R3N was developed by LRH because it speeded up running
and worked more reliably on cases with fragile RRs.
 
     The technique, which runs very well solo, is to ask oneself the
listing question for the next item then look at the printed line plot
for the next item.  If the item RRs then it is discharged by repeating
it as in OT2.  If it does not then the listing question is randomly
listed, as in standard L&N to discharge locks until the given item RRs
and can be discharged.
 
     The items are set out in opposing pairs.  The first item in the
line plot for each goal is the Top Oppterm or Top Opposing Terminal.  It
briefly states the attainment of the goal.  When LRH was researching
what he believed to be Actual GPMs (The sequence through which a
thetan's own goals were lived and lost) he found that goals started with
the goal itself as an item and ended with the attainment of the goal
being opposed as an item.
 
     He discovered that this sequence was reversed in many implants with
the Top Opterm being implanted first.  I personally made the later
discovery that in the implant the goal itself, which is implanted last,
contains an alter-is which links it to the next goal.  The final goal is
linked back into the first to confuse and bring about a repetitive
dramatization.
 
     I have discovered 8 series of 133 goals total.  The next goal is
found by listing "What goal would (last goal) oppose?".  If you work
with the goals lists provided then this can be done by directive
listing.  I would not be surprised if there are individual variations
from my listed pattern.  There could also be additional series.
 
     My line plot listing contains 6 variables numbered *1 to *6.  I
have given an example for each.  They are:
 
     1.  The attainment of the goal - caught.
 
     2.  The goal - to catch.
 
     3.  Imperative form of goal - catch.
 
     4.  Effect terminal of goal - catchable.
 
     5.  Present participle form - catching.
 
     6.  Terminal who would work toward the goal - catcher.
 
     The plot can be roughly split into 6 blocks according to which
variable the item contains.  Some items contain both *5 and *6.  I did
not find any of the items containing *4 to be present in the first 2
series.
 
     Once the goal has been obtained from my lists or by L&N then the
remaining variables should be checked for the form which gives the best
RR.  Some will be found to have very un-english forms.
 
     The implants have reading dates from 45,000,000,000 to
256,000,000,000 which, despite the strangeness of an implant being the
same for 200 billion years, continue to read as such.  All of the
implants read as being in the universe immediately prior to this.  I
suspect they are all one date but have no metered confirmation.


     USE OF HELATROBUS PLOT

     In the general plot which follows there are seven parameters which
are used when running the line plot.  These are numbered *1 to *7.  The
blocks are numbered according to which of these parameters they use.
These parameters are derived from the goal as follows:

     Examples are given for the goal TO FORGET

     *1.  The final achievement of the goal - FORGOTTEN

     *2.  The goal itself - TO FORGET

     *3.  Imperative form of the goal - FORGET

     *4.  Goal minus To + able - FORGETTABLE

     *5.  Present participle - FORGETTING

     *6.  -er form of goal - FORGETTER

     *7.  The next goal in the series or, for the final goal, the first
goal in the series.

     If the goal is an effect goal e.g.  TO BE SAT ON then other
parameters would likewise be effect e.g.

     *1.  The final achievement of the goal - SAT ON

     *2.  The goal itself - TO BE SAT ON

     *3.  Imperative form of the goal - BE SAT ON

     *4.  Goal minus To + able - SIT ON-ABLE

     *5.  Present participle - BEING SAT ON

     *6.  -er form of goal - BE SAT ON-ER



     HELATROBUS SERIES: GOAL no.  __________ : *2 (To Goal)

     BLOCK ONE

     1.  *1                 2.  NIX *1
 
     3.  ABSOLUTABLY *1     4.  NIX ABSOLUTABLY *1
 
     5.  PERFECTABLY *1     6.  NIX PERFECTABLY *1
 
     7.  SUPERIORABLY *1     8.  NIX SUPERIORABLY *1
 
     9.  INCOMPARABLY *1     10.  NIX INCOMPARABLY *1
 
     11.  FASCINATABLY *1     12.  NIX FASCINATABLY *1
 
     13.  HIGHLY ACCEPTABLY *1     14.  NIX HIGHLY ACCEPTABLY *1
 
     15.  RECOMMENDABLY *1     16.  NIX RECOMMENDABLY *1
 
     17.  ACCEPTABLY *1     18.  NIX ACCEPTABLY *1
 
     19.  ENGROSSABLY *1     20.  NIX ENGROSSABLY *1
 
     21.  VITALABLY *1     22.  NIX VITALABLY *1
 
     23.  EAGERABLY *1     24.  NIX EAGERABLY *1
 
     25.  ENTHUSIASTICABLY *1     26.  NIX ENTHUSIASTICABLY *1
 
     27.  ENJOYABLY *1     28.  NIX ENJOYABLY *1
 
     29.  PLEASUREABLY *1     30.  NIX PLEASUREABLY *1
 
     31.  AGREEABLY *1     32.  NIX AGREEABLY *1
 
     33.  DEDICATEABLY *1     34.  NIX DEDICATEABLY *1
 
     35.  COMMENDABLY *1     36.  NIX COMMENDABLY *1
 
     37.  DESIREABLY *1     38.  NIX DESIREABLY *1
 
     39.  WANTABLY *1     40.  NIX WANTABLY *1
 
     41.  COVETABLY *1     42.  NIX COVETABLY *1
 
     43.  HOPEABLY *1     44.  NIX HOPEABLY *1
 
     45.  DECIDABLY *1     46.  NIX DECIDABLY *1
 
     47.  CREDITABLY *1     48.  NIX CREDITABLY *1

     49.  DEMANDABLY *1     50.  NIX DEMANDABLY *1
 
     51.  BOREABLY *1     52.  NIX BOREABLY *1
 
     53.  DEJECTABLY *1     54.  NIX DEJECTABLY *1
 
     55.  DEGRADEABLY *1     56.  NIX DEGRADEABLY *1
 
     57.  IDIOTABLY *1     58.  NIX IDIOTABLY *1
 
     59.  LOSEABLY *1     60.  NIX LOSEABLY *1
 
     61.  BADABLY *1     62.  NIX BADABLY *1
 
     63.  UNWANTABLY *1     64.  NIX UNWANTABLY *1
 
     65.  PLAYABLY *1     66.  NIX PLAYABLY *1
 
     67.  ABANDONABLY *1     68.  NIX ABANDONABLY *1
 
     69.  TOP OPPTERM-ING *1     70.  NIX TOP OPPTERM-ING *1
 
     71.  *1-ERS                 72.  NIX *1-ERS
 
     73.  *1-INGNESS             74.  NIX *1-INGNESS
 
     75.  *1-ISHNESS             76.  NIX *1-ISHNESS
 
     77.  *1-ATIVES              78.  NIX *1-ATIVES
 
     79.  *1-IVITY               80.  NIX *1-IVITY
 
     BLOCK TWO

     81.  *2                   82.  NIX *2
 
     83.  ABSOLUTEABLE *2     84.  NIX ABSOLUTEABLE *2
 
     85.  PERFECTABLE *2     86.  NIX PERFECTABLE *2
 
     87.  SUPERIORABLE *2     88.  NIX SUPERIORABLE *2
 
     89.  INCOMPARABLE *2     90.  NIX INCOMPARABLE *2
 
     91.  FASCINATABLE *2     92.  NIX FASCINATABLE *2
 
     93.  HIGHLY ACCEPTABLE *2     94.  NIX HIGHLY ACCEPTABLE *2
 
     95.  RECOMMENDABLE *2     96.  NIX RECOMMENDABLE *2
 
     97.  ACCEPTABLE *2     98.  NIX ACCEPTABLE *2
 
     99.  ENGROSSABLE *2     100.  NIX ENGROSSABLE *2
 
     101.  VITALABLE *2     102.  NIX VITALABLE *2
 
     103.  EAGERABLE *2     104.  NIX EAGERABLE *2
 
     105.  ENTHUSEABLE *2     106.  NIX ENTHUSEABLE *2
 
     107.  ENJOYABLE *2     108.  NIX ENJOYABLE *2
 
     109.  PLEASUREABLE *2     110.  NIX PLEASUREABLE *2
 
     111.  AGREEABLE *2     112.  NIX AGREEABLE *2
 
     113.  DEDICATEABLE *2     114.  NIX DEDICATEABLE *2
 
     115.  COMMENDABLE *2     116.  NIX COMMENDABLE *2
 
     117.  DESIREABLE *2     118.  NIX DESIREABLE *2
 
     119.  WANTABLE *2     120.  NIX WANTABLE *2
 
     121.  COVETABLE *2     122.  NIX COVETABLE *2
 
     123.  HOPEABLE *2     124.  NIX HOPEABLE *2
 
     125.  DECIDABLE *2     126.  NIX DECIDABLE *2
 
     127.  CREDITABLE *2     128.  NIX CREDITABLE *2
 
     129.  DEMANDABLE *2     130.  NIX DEMANDABLE *2

     131.  BOREABLE *2     132.  NIX BOREABLE *2
 
     133.  DEJECTABLE *2     134.  NIX DEJECTABLE *2
 
     135.  DEGRADABLE *2     136.  NIX DEGRADABLE *2
 
     137.  IDIOTABLE *2     138.  NIX IDIOTABLE *2
 
     139.  LOSEABLE *2     140.  NIX LOSEABLE *2
 
     141.  BADABLE *2     142.  NIX BADABLE *2
 
     143.  UNWANTABLE *2     144.  NIX UNWANTABLE *2
 
     145.  PLAYABLE *2     146.  NIX PLAYABLE *2
 
     147.  ABANDONABLE *2     148.  NIX ABANDONABLE *2
 
     149.  GOAL-ING *2     150.  NIX GOAL-ING *2
 
     151.  *2-ERS           152.  NIX *2-ERS
 
     153.  *2-INGNESS        154.  NIX *2-INGNESS
 
     155.  *2-ISHNESS         156.  NIX *2-ISHNESS
 
     157.  *2-ATIVES           158.  NIX *2-ATIVES
 
     159.  *2-IVITY            160.  NIX *2-IVITY
 
     BLOCK THREE

     161.  *3             162.  NIX *3
 
     163.  *3-ING         164.  NIX *3-ING
 
     165.  *3-ERS         166.  NIX *3-ERS
 
     167.  *3-INGNESS     168.  NIX *3-INGNESS
 
     169.  *3-ISHNESS     170.  NIX *3-ISHNESS
 
     171.  *3-ATIVES      172.  NIX *3-ATIVES
 
     173.  *3-IVITY       174.  NIX *3-IVITY
 
     BLOCK FOUR

     X1.  *4-ABLE          X2.  NIX *4-ABLE
 
     X3.  ABSOLUTABLY *4     X4.  NIX ABSOLUTABLY *4
 
     X5.  PERFECTABLY *4     X6.  NIX PERFECTABLY *4
 
     X7.  PECULIARABLY *4     X8.  NIX PECULIARABLY *4
 
     X9.  UNBELIEVABLY *4     X10.  NIX UNBELIEVABLY *4
 
     X11.  INTOLERATABLY *4     X12.  NIX INTOLERATABLY *4
 
     X13.  CONDESCENDINGABLY *4     X14.  NIX CONDESCENDINGABLY *4
 
     X15.  PLACATABLY *4     X16.  NIX PLACATABLY *4
 
     X17.  DISDAINABLY *4     X18.  NIX DISDAINABLY *4
 
     X19.  INCOHERENTABLY *4     X20.  NIX INCOHERENTABLY *4
 
     X21.  DEVASTATABLY *4     X22.  NIX DEVASTATABLY *4
 
     X23.  ABHORABLY *4     X24.  NIX ABHORABLY *4
 
     X25.  ABANDONABLY *4     X26.  NIX ABANDONABLY *4
 
     X27.  *4-ERS             X28.  NIX *4-ERS
 
     X29.  *4-INGNESS          X30.  NIX *4-INGNESS
 
     X31.  *4-ISHNESS          X32.  NIX *4-ISHNESS
 
     X33.  *4-ATIVES            X34.  NIX *4-ATIVES
 
     X35.  *4-IVITY             X36.  NIX *4-IVITY
 
     BLOCK FIVE

     175.  THOSE WHO ARE *5     176.  SOMEONE WHO ISN'T EVER *5
 
     177.  *5 FORM OF GOALS     178.  SOMEONE WHO HATES *5
 
     179.  ACTIVE-ING *5        180.  SOMEONE WHO DOESN'T WANT *5
 
     181.  ANY NECESSITY FOR *5 182.  SOMEONE WHO SEES NO NECESSITY FOR *5

 
     183.  ANY ACTIONS OF *5     184.  NIX ANY ACTIONS OF *5
 
     185.  A BELIEF IN *5     186.  NIX A BELIEF IN *5
 
     187.  THE PROPONENTS OF *5     188.  NIX THE PROPONENTS OF *5
 
     189.  THE FANTASTIC IMPORTANCES OF *5     190.  THE UNIMPORTANCES OF *5
 
     191.  THE OBSESSIONS OF *5     192.  NIX THE OBSESSIONS OF *5
 
     193.  THE INTERESTINGNESS OF *5     194.  NIX THE INTERESTINGNESS OF *5
 
     195.  THE CONCERNS OF *5     196.  NIX THE CONCERNS OF *5
 
     197.  THE UPSETS ABOUT *5     198.  NIX THE UPSETS ABOUT *5
 
     199.  THE DESPERATIONS OF *5     200.  NIX THE DESPERATIONS OF *5
 
     201.  THE FRENZIEDNESS OF *5     202.  NIX THE FRENZIEDNESS OF *5
 
     203.  THE HOPELESSNESS OF *5     204.  NIX THE HOPELESSNESS OF *5
 
     BLOCK FIVE/SIX

     205.  THE EXHAUSTION OF *5     206.  AN EXHAUSTED *6
 
     207.  THE STUPIDITY OF *5     208.  A STUPIDIFIED *6
 
     209.  THE EFFORTS OF *5     210.  AN UNEFFORTIZED *6
 
     211.  THE UNREWARDINGNESS OF *5     212.  AN UNREWARDED *6
 
     213.  THE COMPLICATIONS OF *5     214.  A COMPLICATED *6
 
     215.  THE DEMANDS OF *5     216.  A DEMANDING *6
 
     217.  THE DETERMINATIONS OF *5     218.  A DETERMINED *6
 
     219.  THE LIMITATIONS OF *5     220.  A *5 *6
 
     221.  THE OPPONENTS OF *5     222.  A *6
 
     223.  A HATRED OF *5     224.  *5
 
     225.  STOPPED *5     226.  SOMEBODY WITH THE GOAL *2     
 
     227.  ANY IMPOSSIBILITY OF *5     228.  SOMEBODY OR SOMETHING WITH THE
GOAL *2     
 
     229.  THE NONEXISTENCE OF *5     230.  THE GOAL *2     

     BLOCK SEVEN

     231.  *7 *2     232.  *2 *7



     HELATROBUS IMPLANT GOALS

     SERIES A

     1.  To forget

     2.  To remember

     3.  To go away

     4.  To love

     5.  To conquer

     6.  To be big

     7.  To obliterate

     8.  To be God

     9.  To be on Earth

     10.  To be in Heaven

     SERIES B

     1.  To be dead

     2.  To be hurt

     3.  To experience nothing

     4.  To be unbalanced

     5.  To be unconscious

     6.  To be electric

     7.  To be radiation

     8.  To disappear

     9.  To be guilty

     10.  To be acceptable

     11.  To be laughable

     12.  To be desirable

     13.  To be unreasonable

     14.  To be pleasant

     15.  To be OT

     16.  To be sexual

     17.  To be scientific

     18.  To be free

     19.  To be safe

     20.  To be alive

     SERIES C

     1.  To be serious

     2.  To be psychic

     3.  To cosexualize

     4.  To be pain

     5.  To perceive

     6.  To be timeless

     7.  To be now

     8.  To hallucinate

     9.  To respond

     10.  To be barbarian

     11.  To be charismatic

     12.  To implant

     13.  To have entities

     14.  To have a vacuum

     15.  To have pictures

     16.  To be immobile

     17.  To be carefree


     SERIES D

     1.  To be corrected

     2.  To report

     3.  To be on probation

     4.  To be domesticated

     5.  To be vile

     6.  To be human

     7.  To be a robot

     8.  To be weak

     9.  To be zealous

     10.  To be tired

     11.  To be sensitive

     12.  To be undiscovered

     13.  To attack

     14.  To be scared

     15.  To postulate

     16.  To be invisible

     17.  To be obscene

     18.  To be alcohol
 

     SERIES E (39.6*10e9)

     1.  To be overwhelmed

     2.  To relax

     3.  To ignore

     4.  To believe

     5.  To be a vampire

     6.  To be discontinuous

     7.  To be predicted

     8.  To be lost

     9.  To be blinded

     10.  To be a body

     11.  To be power

     12.  To be never

     13.  To be seduced

     14.  To be hateful

     15.  To dream the world

     16.  To fail

     17.  To be exterior


     SERIES F (87.4*10e9)

     1.  To dwell in darkness

     2.  To be seen

     3.  To lose my universe

     4.  To command

     5.  To counter-create

     6.  To shine

     7.  To solidify

     8.  To pervade

     9.  To know

     10.  To be entertained

     11.  To be one

     12.  To neglect

     13.  To be fastidious

     14.  To escape

     15.  To be isolated

     16.  To spy

     17.  To enslave


     SERIES G (123*10e9)

     1.  To be reborn

     2.  To be mortal

     3.  To be new

     4.  To be mature

     5.  To be competent

     6.  To be omniscient

     7.  To fight

     8.  To be enjoyed

     9.  To hypnotize

     10.  To be telepathic

     11.  To agonize

     12.  To levitate

     13.  To persist

     14.  To control

     15.  To fall

     16.  To worship

     17.  To blank


     SERIES H (156*10e9)

     1.  To prevent

     2.  To create

     3.  To think

     4.  To emote

     5.  To declare

     6.  To be surprised

     7.  To manifest

     8.  To hide

     9.  To extrovert

     10.  To normalize

     11.  To be certain

     12.  To intend

     13.  To coerce

     14.  To unexist

     15.  To abase

     16.  To succeed

     17.  To transcend


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Ralph Hilton