OT I Description

US District Court, Central District of California
Fishman Case # 91-6426 HLH (Tx) Continued

                                  OT I
                              L.Ron Hubbard

   There have been three different OT Its put out by Hubbard.  here
   they all are.

   Earliest OT T

   1.  On an E-Meter, find the last 3,000 years of lifetimes.  Plot
   out the entire 3,000 year chart as follows:

       (a)  Find an overt lifetime.  Get the identity and the
            approximate dates of birth and death.  Find the overt
            and pull all the justifications to it.

       (b)  Find the following motivator lifetime, and follow
            procedure as above.  (Identity and dates.)

       (c)  Find the postulate from each lifetime and the basic
            postulate in each group of lifetimes.

       (d)  Continue the first three steps until the entire 3,000
            years is charted and the individuals kharma, i.e. (over
            motivator sequence) becomes apparent.

       (e) In some cases additional benefit could be  obtained  by
            locating the basic misunderstood which proceeded the
            basic overt on this chain.

   Second OT I

       (a) Route I ... The entire 15 steps as listed  in  "Creation
            of Human Ability".

       (b) With an E-Meter, scan out entire present lifetime  to  a
            floating needle.

       (c)  Mock-up heat until body feels warm.

       (d)  Postulating mass: With the use of the E-Meter and  the
            command "I have Mass", create a reactive mind.  Put
            sufficient significance on to,it to cause the T.A-  to
            rise.  Then spot it until the T.A. falls and  the  mass
            erases.  Run to an FIN.  Then mock it up again and erase
            it each time to a floating needle.  This  procedure  is
            repeated until the pre-OT is certain he can create  and
            dissipate a reactive mind.

  Third OT I

      The current OT I is done outdoors and consists solely of one

    command run until cognition.

                               "Spot a person"

        concludes OT I