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Subject: THE AIRCRAFT DOOR GOALS
Date: 25 Jul 1995 20:26:11 +0200
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TEXT FOR HCO BULLETIN
THE AIRCRAFT DOOR GOALS
This goal pattern (HCO Bulletin of April 17, AD13 as changed) was in use in
an aircraft type set between 315 trillion years ago and 216 trillion years
ago and less, and is the pattern which precedes the Helatrobus Implants in
this galaxy. It remains to be seen if all preclears have it.
The goals were given with one or more goals in a series, usually one, and
that goal was To Create. The preclear possibly has this goal several times
during this period.
It was given in the mocked up fuselage of an aircraft with the thetan fixed
before an aircraft door. (There are also two or more aircraft fuselages
used in the Helatrobus Implants, but the preclear moved through them, was
not fixed in them). The date is the way to tell the pattern. The
Helatrobus Implants existed only between 52 trillion and 38 trillion years
ago, the total life span of the Helatrobus government. If the goal is
found to lie earlier, between 315 trillion and 216 trillion or later, up to
52 trillion years ago, then it is probably this pattern.
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and the scientologists still tell us that Hubbard wasn't a raving nutter?