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After Solo 2 the huge congealed mass encrusting your aura, consisting of theta quanta, ridges and entities, has broken up into chunks. On Solo 3 these are called up and audited one by one. Ron Hubbard called them BTs and Clusters.

Auditing Style

On this level a different auditing style is used. On Solo 1 and 2 it was auditing by direct indication of charge. On Solo 3 this is done also (on each step of the Inc. II and I sequence), but on each incident it might broaden to a narrative, and of course one goes down a chain (from Inc. II to Inc. I, earlier similar incidents and earlier universes). All these are basic tools packaged up for a specific purpose.

You as the solo auditor know the contents of the Inc. II story, at least in its general framework as stated on the OT 3 platens. You don't have to find it out from each individual BT or Cluster. The story consists of a sequence of six steps. You simply add "Go to ...!" as a prefix to each step and intend the BT through the incident (LK3/appx. B).

What you are actually saying to that BT is: "There is this incident 75 million years ago and it started with a capture, remember? Everybody got shot and then they were hoovered up. And then the freezing, remember? And the transport, remember?" And so on. Each time you say "remember?" you get a read, ranging from tick to BD. You are indicating to the BT: this is what has happened.

The BT will follow your indications all the way down the story of the incident and blow (disappear, disconnect, evaporate, as­is). Which means all the theta quanta it consists of return to their owner, wherever he may be at the time of your session (either on Earth or on one of those 76 planets).

If the BT doesn't blow, you go through the story a second and perhaps a third time (that's the narrative aspect of Solo 3 auditing). And if he doesn't blow then, or if going through it repeatedly was the wrong action, tightened the needle and drove the TA up, you go earlier and take him through Inc. I (that's running chains). Use the same method of adding "Go to ...!" as a prefix to the Inc. I sequence described in the platens.

And if the BT doesn't blow then, you ask: "Earlier similar incident when little foreign­made theta bits were stuck to you?". When that reads you TR­3 the question and keep TR­3ing it until its flat or you feel a blow with an F/N.

Still no blow: "Earlier universe? A time when you were self­determined and purposeful and winning?" TR­3 to F/N.

In either case you don't need answers or pictures. It's alright to do it by needle response only.

Note that the needle may not have the time to actually F/N as the next BT or Cluster is sitting right there already, wanting to be noticed. Kills the F/N, see? Such a throng! So you ask: "BT already blown? Next BT already there?", and run him through his Inc. II.

Standard And Trouble Shooting

On Solo 3 there is no fix you couldn't get out of by asking a few simple questions. There is a limited number of possibilities only, and when things don't go smoothly you just check through these possibilities in a yes/no pattern. The needle tells the tale.

Here is the standard
sequence of questions:

"Anyone for Inc. II?" Read. Locate the entity. It reads when you have found the exact spot in or around your body or in the space around you.

"Is it a BT or a Cluster?" Whatever reads, take it up. In either case you run Inc. II. A Cluster will break up sooner or later. It might happen on any step of the Inc. II sequence.

don't run a Cluster through Inc. I! Inc. I was done on individual thetans. A Cluster you run through Inc. II until it breaks up, if need be repeatedly. Should you miss that moment the needle will tighten and the TA rise. "Cluster already broken up?" BD. Great.

And then: "A BT for Inc. II?" Read, locate, run II, I, E/I, E/U, blow. Repeat the questions until all the BTs from the Cluster just broken up are through. Questions goes flat. Return to "Anyone for II?" and proceed as before.

Any trouble like needle going tight and TA rising, just ask (depending on where this happens): "Should Inc. II be re­run?" ­ "Inc. I available to be run?" ­ "Should Inc. I be re­run?" ­ "Earlier similar incident available?" ­ "Earlier universe?"

Or: "BT already blown?" (F) ­ "Different BT on the line?" (sF) ­ "Go to the capture!" Etc.

Or: "More than one BT on the line?" (LF) ­ "Alright, which one wants running first?" (F) ­ "Ok, go to the capture!" Etc.

Or: "Is this BT really a Cluster?"

Or: "Is this Cluster really a Cumulative Cluster?" (That's several clusters caked up with each other. See the explanation further down.)

Or, when all else fails: "Overts on Inc. II (or Inc. I, respectively)?" (sF) ­ "Ok, run Inc. II from the overt side", and just go through the steps as usual. At some point he who was involved in the overt part of it to start with, made a mistake, his craft crashed and this way he got into the motivator side of it. The motivator side will run out after the charge on the overt side was recognized. That's all it takes. When they become difficult and want individual handling, use the Excalibur command sequence on them.

Here is a little clean­up process in case Solo 3 starts to go sluggish. Sluggishness is a sign of BTs having jammed up. They are ready to blow and just wait for a final acknowledgement. A BT bottleneck! To let them rush out, start with the earliest incident:
1. "Anyone for an earlier universe?" ­ Read. ­ "Rehab it!" ­ TR­3 this to flat or F/N.
2. "Anyone for an earlier similar to Inc. I?" ­ Read. ­ "Run through the incident" ­ Take each BT to blow/FN, if need be by going earlier.
3. Repeat question 2 to flat or F/N.
4. "Anyone for Inc. I?" ­ Read ­ Run the incident. Take the BT to blow/FN, go earlier as needed (as in 2 and 1 above).
5. Repeat question 4 to flat or F/N.
6. Now you are back to normal and go on with the usual: "Anyone for Inc.

Don't worry about no pictures. It's alright to run Solo 3 by meter read and faint images only. Or without any images at all. They will turn on good and juicy on Excalibur. Always do.

And don't worry about all of this being "science fiction". You give your commands, you get your pictures, you run them out. A button has been pushed, you repeat it till it's flat. Same routine as TR­0 bullbaited.

Just because some Earthlings cannot confront Incident II doesn't mean it didn't happen.

Don't go into the 36 days so to avoid cross­restimulation and freewheeling. You push one BT too far, beyond the implant image called "the pilot", and the rest of them may go off like firecrackers. Means sleepless nights for solo auditor as well as C/S.

Handle overrestimuation ("freewheeling") by: "How many BTs and Clusters in restimulation?" Get the figure with a read, indicate it (TR­2), get another read. Then: "Each of you go to your own capture!" TR­3 till flat.

Repeat this little process till flat. Then go back to the standard sequence of questions.

Take lots of vitamin C and B1 ("GUK formula"). Take niacin. This strengthens the energy field of the GE and keeps the entities at a distance. Still no sleep: don't take valium, drink beer! And good luck. It might be tough.

What's a
Cumulative Cluster? It's Inc. II clusters caked up with each other because of later similar incidents restimulating Inc. II, such as explosions, fires, heavy impact, shock, atom bombs on TV, whatever.

When you get a read on "Cluster?" at the start of the sequence and the Cluster doesn't run well on Inc. II, you suspect it's a Cumulative Cluster, ask the question on the meter, get a read, and then run the chain of mutual incidents (when they awoke and clung to each other) from late to early: "Latest mutual incident?" ­ Picture flashes up. ­ "What was it?" ­ Picture becomes clearer. ­ "When was it?" / "Where?" each to LF or BD ­ "Is there an earlier mutual incident?" ­ "What? When? Where?" ­ "Yet an earlier one?" ­ "What? When? Where?" ­ "Yet an earlier one?" ­ And you arrive at running Inc. II quite naturally, because that's when Clusters were originally formed, and you can handle the separate Clusters in the standard way.

The Solo 3 Program

General note: There is no need to start a session with an F/N. The next lot of BTs have already lined up for auditing, so of course there won't be an F/N at session start.

Another note: When there are distractions from the program by trouble in life: Run 6 ruds on the situation or the terminal and determine ownership. Then go back to the step on the program you are on. (From this stage in auditing checking ownership of charge must be part of normal procedure regardless of what action is run.)

1. After doing the clay demos on his Solo 3 course the solo auditor's BTs and Clusters are wide awake and eager to be released from their 75 million year captivity. The clay demos have caused sufficient restimulation for a whole load of them to be ready for auditing. So all one has to ask is the starter question: "Anyone for Inc. II?" ­ read ­ locate where it is ­ read ­ "BT or Cluster?" ­ read ­ "Go to the capture!" And so on.

You simply carry on like that. Break up Clusters by taking them through Inc. II. Individual BTs you take through Inc. II and Inc. I, earlier similar incidents (E/Is) and earlier universes (E/Us) to blow. You carry on till the starter question goes flat. No further reads on it, F/N.

2. "Any BTs or Clusters in or on my body?" Travel with your attention through your body, scan through skin, inner organs, bones, limbs. You'll feel attracted to certain spots. When they read on the meter: "Is that a BT or Cluster?" And there you go. Until question 2 goes flat on the meter.

3. "Any BTs or Clusters in the space around the body?" Locate and run. Until the question goes flat.

4. When your attention on the body flattens off (2) you will feel quite naturally drawn into the space around you (3). When that flattens off you will feel drawn back to the body. So keep alternating 2 and 3. Just go where your attention goes. Until that's flat and you get a definite and final F/N on questions 2 and 3.

5. "Any BT's or Clusters
being my body or parts of it?" That's asking for full identification with the body or a body part. Quite different to question 3. Locate and handle as usual: Inc. II ­ Inc. I ­ earlier similar to Inc. I ­ earlier universe. Never change that routine.

6. "Any BTs or Clusters
being my space?" Very interesting stuff! They look like soap bubbles, sometimes encapsulating one's entire body.

7. "Any BTs or Clusters being me?" Or: " ... being Joe?" (Put your own name in.) Locate and run as usual.

8. This one is a little more complex: a) Go in session and make a list of drugs, medicines, injections and alcoholic drinks you have taken. Just note down anything that comes to mind and how big the read is. b) Take a brief break and establish the sequence of the items by the size of their reads. c) Take each reading item up with the question: "Regarding aspirin (for example) are there any BT's and Clusters in restimulation?" Locate and handle. Repeat the question till aspirin (or whatever) F/Ns. Then go to the next reading item. The EP should be an F/Ning drug list. (Don't use any old drug list from years ago! Make a new one.)

9. Another complex one. It works on the theory that any incident that traumatized the body may cause BT's and Clusters to wake up and cling to the picture of that particular incident, thus forming new clusters or Cumulative Clusters. This process is called "Milazzo" in the OT 3 platens, after the Sizilian harbour town where it was developed. a) In session, make a list of illnesses, accidents, injuries, unconsciousnesses, operations, anaesthesia. b) Take a break, establish the sequence of the items by the size of their reads. c) Pick up the first item with the question: "During this incident, was a Cluster formed?" ­ Read. ­ d) Scan over the incident to re­familiarize yourself with it, in other words flatten it on your own time track. ­ e) Then do a Date/Locate, finding the exact point in the incident when that Cluster was formed. This should give you a BD which means that the Cluster has broken up. ­ f) Then ask: "Any BTs or Clusters for Inc. II?" and do your usual routine until the question goes flat or F/Ns. Then return to step c) regarding the next item on your list. And so on until all items on the list have F/Ned.

10. This is the last one. Picks up any remaining yet undetected charge of oneself, BTs, Clusters, other people or bodyless thetans. a) Assess 6 rudiments with the prefix: "Regarding Solo 3, is there (rud)?" ­ Read. ­ b) Check for ownership of charge: "Whose charge is that? BT? Cluster? Another's? My own?" ­ c) Run what reads the biggest, to F/N. Then back to a) and re­assess.

Repeat steps a) to c) as often as it takes to F/N all ruds with regard to Solo 3. And then you know that you are through. No question.

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