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[Top] [Tone Scale 1950]  [Emotion-Affinity] [Reality-Communication] [Physiology] [Motion] [Emotion Scale 40 to -8]  
[Full Tone Scale]
[CDEI Scale] [CDEI Expanded] [Points of Case Address] [Scale of Identification]  
[Table of Relationships]
[Know to Mystery] [Knowingness] [Pan Determinism] [Responsibility] [Havingness]  
[Effect Scale 1]
[Effect Scale 2] [An Awareness Scale]  [Awareness Characteristics] [Lower Awareness] 
[Confront]
[Reality and Meter Response] [Time Sense] [Charge on Time Track] [State of Case]


 
Scales

A collection of Scales describing human behavior. From R. Hubbard's works (fair use quotes from many publications between 1950-1975).

Scale: A graduated series or scheme of rank or order.

A graded series of tests or of performances used in rating individual intelligence or achievement. Webster's Seventh New Collegiate

The term "gradient scale" can be applied to anything, and means a scale of condition graduated from zero to infinity. Depending on the direction in which the scale is graduated, there could be an infinity of wrongness or an infinity of rightness.

Absolutes are considered unobtainable.

The difference between one point on these scales and another point could be as different or as wide as the entire range of the scale itself, or it could be so tiny as to need the most minute discernment for its establishment.

Life in its highest state (top of the scale) is understanding. Life in its lower states is in a lower level of understanding.

Understanding is composed of Affinity, Reality and Communication. This triangle tells us that the co-existent relationship between affinity, reality and communication is such that none can be increased without a resulting increase in the other two and none can be decreased without decreasing the other two. Of the three, communication is by far the most important. Affinity and reality exist to further communication. Under the heading of affinity we have, for instance, all the varied emotions which go from apathy at 0.1 through grief, fear, anger, antagonism, boredom, enthusiasm, exhilaration and serenity in that order. It is affinity and this rising scale of the characteristics of emotion which give us the Tone Scale.

The characteristics and potentiality of the top of the scale or near the top are unbounded creation, outflow, certainty, certainty of awareness, going-awayness, explosion, holding apart, spreading apart, letting go, reaching, goals of a causative nature, widening space, freedom from time, separateness, differentiation, givingness of sensation, vaporizingness, glowingness, lightness, whiteness, desolidifyingness, total awareness, total understanding, total ARC.

The bottom of the scale and the vicinity around it includes death, inflow, certainty (of unawareness), coming-backness, implosion, letting-come-together, pulling together, holding together, withdrawing, effect goals (ambition to be an effect rather than a cause), contracting space, no time or infinite time in a moment, connectingness, identification, identity, receivingness of sensation, condensation, blackness, solidification, no awareness, no understanding, no ARC.

The various characteristics or intentions are observable for any dynamic and any universe.

Between these two extremes is the mean of action where complete freedom to do any of these things of the top or bottom of the scale is exercised. Therefore, somewhere between 3.5 on the Tone Scale and 36.5, there is action.

Wherever you find an individual on any of the following scales, that is his level of ARC. As a person goes up scale in auditing, he goes up scale on gradients of ARC.


  [Top] [Tone Scale 1950]  [Emotion-Affinity] [Reality-Communication] [Physiology] [Motion] [Emotion Scale 40 to -8]  
[Full Tone Scale]
[CDEI Scale] [CDEI Expanded] [Points of Case Address] [Scale of Identification]  
[Table of Relationships]
[Know to Mystery] [Knowingness] [Pan Determinism] [Responsibility] [Havingness]  
[Effect Scale 1]
[Effect Scale 2] [An Awareness Scale]  [Awareness Characteristics] [Lower Awareness] 
[Confront]
[Reality and Meter Response] [Time Sense] [Charge on Time Track] [State of Case]

 

 THE TONE SCALE, 1950

4.0    Cheerfulness
3.0    Conservatism
2.5    Boredom
2.0    Antagonism
1.5    Anger (Overt Hostility)
1.1    Covert Hostility
1.0    Fear
0.5    Grief
0.2    Apathy

  [Top] [Tone Scale 1950]  [Emotion-Affinity] [Reality-Communication] [Physiology] [Motion] [Emotion Scale 40 to -8]  
[Full Tone Scale]
[CDEI Scale] [CDEI Expanded] [Points of Case Address] [Scale of Identification]  
[Table of Relationships]
[Know to Mystery] [Knowingness] [Pan Determinism] [Responsibility] [Havingness]  
[Effect Scale 1]
[Effect Scale 2] [An Awareness Scale]  [Awareness Characteristics] [Lower Awareness] 
[Confront]
[Reality and Meter Response] [Time Sense] [Charge on Time Track] [State of Case]



EMOTION AND AFFINITY SCALE


  The emotional scale refers to the subjective feelings of the individual; the affinity scale refers to his relation with other people. The affinity scale may refer, at any particular time, to just one, or to a small number of people. But as affinity is suppressed repeatedly, the individual will begin to take on an habitual tone level on the affinity scale, an habitual reaction to almost all people.

	   Emotion		Affinity
Tone 4
	Eagerness 
        -- exhilaration                 		Love -- strong, outgoing
   3.5  Strong interest                 	Friendliness
        Mild interest                   		Tentative advances
Tone 3
        Content                         		Tolerance without much
                                        		outgoing action -- acceptance
                                        		of advances offered
   
  2.5  Indifference                     	Neglect of person or people
        Boredom                         		Dislike, attempts to get away
                                        		from them
Tone 2
        Expressed resentment            	Antagonism
 1.5    Anger                           		Hate, violent and expressed
        Unexpressed resentment          	Covert hostility
Tone 1
        Fear                            		Acute shyness, propitiation,
                                        		withdrawal from people
 0.5   Grief                            		Supplication, pleas for pity,
                                        		desperate attempts to win
                                        		support
       Apathy                           		Complete withdrawal from
                                        		person or people -- no attempt
                                        		to contact
 Notes on the Lectures,  1950

  [Top] [Tone Scale 1950]  [Emotion-Affinity] [Reality-Communication] [Physiology] [Motion] [Emotion Scale 40 to -8]  
[Full Tone Scale]
[CDEI Scale] [CDEI Expanded] [Points of Case Address] [Scale of Identification]  
[Table of Relationships]
[Know to Mystery] [Knowingness] [Pan Determinism] [Responsibility] [Havingness]  
[Effect Scale 1]
[Effect Scale 2] [An Awareness Scale]  [Awareness Characteristics] [Lower Awareness] 
[Confront]
[Reality and Meter Response] [Time Sense] [Charge on Time Track] [State of Case]

 

  REALITY AND COMMUNICATION SCALE

  The reality scale refers to the individual's hold on reality and his agreement with others on what reality is.  Reality breaks are actually disagreements on reality, usually resulting only from a different viewpoint and not from actual differences in reality itself. The communication scale refers to the individual's ability to communicate with other people.

	  Reality			    Communication
Tone 4
  Search for different viewpoints       	Ability to communicate
  and changes in reality                	completely, withholding
  in order to broaden own               	nothing; ability to create
  reality -- complete flexibility       	and construct through
   in understanding, relating and       	conversation
  evaluating different realities
   3.5
  Ability to understand, relates        	Swift exchange of 
  and evaluate reality,                 	deep-seated,
  regardless of change or difference    	deeply felt beliefs 
  in viewpoint, moderate                	and ideas
  flexibility in realities brought
  to view without eager search
  for new ones
  Attempts to reconcile own             	Tentative expression of
  reality with conflicting reality      	limited number of personal
  -- limited flexibility                		beliefs and ideas
Tone 3
  Awareness of possible validity        	Casual exchange of 
  of different reality (viewpoint)      	superficial chatter
  without relating it to
  own reality
   2.5
  Indifference to conflicting          	Indifference to communication
  reality -- "Maybe -- who             	of others -- "Let's not
  cares?" attitude                     	argue about it" attitude --
                                       		dismissal of communication
                                       		if toward environment, not
                                       		trying to get perceptics clear
  Refusal to match two realities       	Refusal to accept communication
  rejection of conflicting             	of other person (or
  reality "So what?" attitude          	environment) -- turning to
                                       		other sources of communication
          
Tone 2
  Verbal doubt -- defense of          	Indirect pot-shooting, nagging,
  own reality, attempts to            	nasty cracks, invalidating
  undermine others                    	other person or situation
   1.5
  Destruction of opposing             	Shutting off other person's
  reality, wrecking or changing       	communication, destruction of
  it, knocking out props from         	it -- "Shut up!" "Drop it!"
  other person's reality -- 
  "You're wrong!" attitude. If 
  reality is environmental, 
  destruction is accomplished 
  only through change
  Doubt of opposing reality,          	Stubborn silence, sulking,
  non-verbal disbelief, refusal       	refusal to communicate further,
  to accept disbelief, refusal to     	rejection of attempted
  accept conflicting reality          	communication by others
  without trying to fight back
Tone 1
  Doubt of own reality --             	Lying to avoid real
  insecurity; attempts to gain        	communication; can take the
  reassurance; if reality is          	form of pretended agreement,
  environmental -- appeasement        	flattery or verbal
  of gods or elements                 	appeasements; or simply a
                                      		false picture of person's
                                      		feelings and ideas, false
                                      		facade, artificial personality
   0.5
  Shame, anxiety, strong doubt        	Evasiveness to avoid
  of own reality with consequent      	communication; hiding person's
  inability to act within it, must    	own thoughts and feelings;
  be told what to do if person is     	superficial communication
  to act at all, afraid to act	      	built on accepted standards
  himself since he has no way to      	without relation to person's
  assess consequences                 	real feelings; or schizoid
                                      		secrecy
  Complete withdrawal from            	Inability to communicate,
  conflicting reality; refusal to     	completely unresponsive
  test own reality against
  conflicting one; Locked in own
  rigid reality -- psychotic
Tone 0

Notes on the Lectures, 1950

 [Top] [Tone Scale 1950]  [Emotion-Affinity] [Reality-Communication] [Physiology] [Motion] [Emotion Scale 40 to -8]  
[Full Tone Scale]
[CDEI Scale] [CDEI Expanded] [Points of Case Address] [Scale of Identification]  
[Table of Relationships]
[Know to Mystery] [Knowingness] [Pan Determinism] [Responsibility] [Havingness]  
[Effect Scale 1]
[Effect Scale 2] [An Awareness Scale]  [Awareness Characteristics] [Lower Awareness] 
[Confront]
[Reality and Meter Response] [Time Sense] [Charge on Time Track] [State of Case]

BEHAVIOR AND PHYSIOLOGICAL SCALE

This refers to objective events 
which can be measured
            Behavior                 	Physiology
Tone 4
            Motion toward,      	Full control of autonomic by 
               swift approach   	cortex, both cranio-sacral and
                                	thoracolumbar systems of autonomic
                                	functioning at optimum under
                                	direction of cortex; muscle tone
                                	excellent; reactions excellent;
                                	energy level high
   3.5      Motion toward,      	Moderate control of autonomic by
               approach         	cortex; cranio-sacral functioning
                                	well, thoracolumbar slightly
                                	depressed; muscle tone good;
                                	reactions good; energy level 
                                	moderate
            Motion toward,      	Autonomic functioning independent
            slow approach       	of cortex; cranio-sacral 
                                	functioning well, slight activity in 
                                	thoracolumbar; muscle tone fair; 
                                	energy level fair
Tone 3
            No motion,          	Autonomic independent of cortex;
               Stay             	but cranio-sacral functioning well, 
                                	no activity in thoracolumbar,
                                	muscle tone, reaction time and
                                	energy level poor
   2.5      Motion away,        	Autonomic begins to take over
               Recede slowly    	control; cranio-sacral inhibited,
                                	thoracolumbar up; slight
                                	restlessness, heightened activity,
                                	wavering attention
            Motion away,        	Increased activity of thoracolumbar,
               Recede quickly   	cranio-sacral more suppressed;
                                	increased restlessness, wavering of
                                	attention, inability to concentrate
Tone 2
            Motion toward,      	Increased activity of thoracolumbar,
               slow attack      	inhibition of cranio-sacral;
                                	irritability; increased heart
                                	action, spasmodic contractions of
                                	gastro-intestinal tract, respiration
                                	increased
            Motion toward,      	Full autonomic mobilization for violent
            violent attack      	attack; complete inhibition of
                                	cranio-sacral, thoracolumbar in full
                                	action; respiration and pulse fast
                                	and deep; stasis of gastro-intestinal
                                	tract; blood to peripheral vascular
                                	system
            Motion away,        	Autonomic settles down to chronic
            slow retreat        	rage reaction, inhibition of
                                	cranio-sacral; imperfect
                                	gastro-intestinal action; increased
                                	peripheral vascular circulation,
                                	increased pulse and respiration
Tone 1
            Motion away,        	Autonomic mobilization for full
            violent flee        	flight reaction; laxity of
                                	gastro-intestinal tract; all blood to
                                	peripheral vascular system, especially
                                	muscles for rapid flight;
                                	breathing and pulse rapid and
                                	shallow

    0.5     Slight motion       	Autonomic mobilized for cry for help,
           agitation in one     	grief; cranio-sacral on full;
               place            	thoracolumbar inhibited; deep,
               Suffer           	sobbing breathing; pulse hard and
                                	irregular; discharge of tears and
                                	other bodily secretions

            No motion,          	Shock reaction; thoracolumbar
               Succumb          	inhibited; cranio-sacral full on
                                	gradually decreasing as organism
                                	approaches death; breathing
                                	shallow and irregular; pulse
                                	thready; blood pooled in internal
                                	organs; muscles limp, lacking tone;
                                	pallor

   Tone 0

   In any particular situation two or three of the above patterns will
predominate. Usually the behavior and physiological patterns will be involved in any suppressor action. The speed at which the organism descends the tone scale varies widely. It may be arrested at any point, it may stay within one level for a long period of time before descending, or it may proceed so rapidly that the individual is unconscious almost before he realizes a suppressor is acting.

Notes on the Lectures, 1950


 [Top] [Tone Scale 1950]  [Emotion-Affinity] [Reality-Communication] [Physiology] [Motion] [Emotion Scale 40 to -8]  
[Full Tone Scale]
[CDEI Scale] [CDEI Expanded] [Points of Case Address] [Scale of Identification]  
[Table of Relationships]
[Know to Mystery] [Knowingness] [Pan Determinism] [Responsibility] [Havingness]  
[Effect Scale 1]
[Effect Scale 2] [An Awareness Scale]  [Awareness Characteristics] [Lower Awareness] 
[Confront]
[Reality and Meter Response] [Time Sense] [Charge on Time Track] [State of Case]


SCALE OF MOTION, 1951


see THE AXIOMS OF DIANETICS: 5, 11 and 28-31.


4.0    Cheer                    	Returns motion constructively
3.5    Amusement                	Turns motion to advantage
3.0    Conservatism             	Holds motions at a status quo
2.5    Boredom                  	Moves with any motion
2.0    Antagonism               	Bats motion back
1.5    Anger                    	Holds motion, to destroy
1.1    Covert Hostility         	Avoids motion, moves secretly
0.5    Grief                    	Is molded by motion
0.2    Apathy                   	Is pierced by motion

 [Top] [Tone Scale 1950]  [Emotion-Affinity] [Reality-Communication] [Physiology] [Motion] [Emotion Scale 40 to -8]  
[Full Tone Scale]
[CDEI Scale] [CDEI Expanded] [Points of Case Address] [Scale of Identification]  
[Table of Relationships]
[Know to Mystery] [Knowingness] [Pan Determinism] [Responsibility] [Havingness]  
[Effect Scale 1]
[Effect Scale 2] [An Awareness Scale]  [Awareness Characteristics] [Lower Awareness] 
[Confront]
[Reality and Meter Response] [Time Sense] [Charge on Time Track] [State of Case]

 

THE EMOTIONAL TONE SCALE

          (1) THETAN-PLUS-BODY RANGE:     0.0 To 4.0

          (2) THETAN SCALE RANGE:        -8.0 To 40.0

   40.0 Serenity of Beingness
     8.0 Exhilaration
     4.0 Enthusiasm
     3.0 Conservatism
     2.5 Boredom
     2.0 Antagonism
     1.8 Pain
     1.5 Anger
     1.2 No Sympathy
     1.1 Covert Hostility
     1.0 Fear
     0.9 Sympathy
     0.8 Propitiation
     0.5 Grief
     0.375 Making Amends
     0.05 Apathy
     0.0 Being a Body (Death)		Failure
    -0.2 Being Other Bodies		Shame
    -1.0 Punishing Other Bodies		Blame
    -1.3 Responsibility as Blame 	Regret
    -1.5 Controlling Bodies
    -2.2 Protecting Bodies
    -3.0 Owning Bodies
    -3.5 Approval From Bodies
    -4.0 Needing Bodies
    -8.0 Hiding

  THETAN SCALE RANGE (-8.0 to 40.0)

Extends well below body death at "0" down to complete 
unbeingness as a thetan.

  THETAN PLUS BODY  (0.0 to 4.0)

 Social training and education sole guarantee of sane conduct.

HCO Bulletin of 18 September 1967
Corrected 4 April 1974


 [Top] [Tone Scale 1950]  [Emotion-Affinity] [Reality-Communication] [Physiology] [Motion] [Emotion Scale 40 to -8]  
[Full Tone Scale]
[CDEI Scale] [CDEI Expanded] [Points of Case Address] [Scale of Identification]  
[Table of Relationships]
[Know to Mystery] [Knowingness] [Pan Determinism] [Responsibility] [Havingness]  
[Effect Scale 1]
[Effect Scale 2] [An Awareness Scale]  [Awareness Characteristics] [Lower Awareness] 
[Confront]
[Reality and Meter Response] [Time Sense] [Charge on Time Track] [State of Case]

 

TONE SCALE IN FULL

TONE SCALE EXPANDED                      KNOW TO MYSTERY SCALE

Serenity of Beingness             40.0        Know
Postulates                          	30.0       Not Know
Games                               	22.0       Know About
Action                              	20.0       Look
Exhilaration                        	8.0         Plus Emotion
Aesthetic                           	6.0
Enthusiasm                          	4.0
Cheerfulness                        	3.5
Strong Interest                     	3.3
Conservatism                        	3.0
Mild Interest                       	2.9
Contented                           	2.8
Disinterested                       	2.6
Boredom                             	2.5
Monotony                            	2.4
Antagonism                          	2.0        Minus Emotion
Hostility                           	1.9
Pain                                	1.8
Anger                               	1.5
Hate                                	1.4
Resentment                          	1.3
No Sympathy                         	1.2
Unexpressed Resentment      	1.15
Covert Hostility                    	1.1
Anxiety                             	1.02
Fear                                	1.0
Despair                              	.98
Terror                               	.96
Numb                                 	.94
Sympathy                             	.9
Propitiation -- (higher
  toned -- selectively gives)      	.8
Grief                                	.5
Making Amends 
(propitiation - can't w/h anything)        .375
Undeserving                          	.3
Self-abasement                       .2
Victim                               	.1
Hopeless                             	.07
Apathy                               	.05
Useless                              	.03
Dying                                	.01
Body Death                         	0.0
Failure                             	0.0
Pity                               	-0.1
Shame -- (being other bodies)      	-0.2
Accountable                        	-0.7
Blame -- (punishing other bodies)  	-1.0
Regret -- (responsibility as
blame)                             	-1.3
Controlling Bodies                 	-1.5        Effort
Protecting Bodies                  	-2.2
Owning Bodies                      	-3.0        Think
Approval from Bodies              -3.5
Needing Bodies                     	-4.0        Symbols
Worshipping Bodies                -5.0        Eat
Sacrifice                          	-6.0        Sex
Hiding                             	-8.0        Mystery
Being Objects                     	-10.0        Wait
Being Nothing                     	-20.0        Unconscious
Can't Hide                        	-30.0
Total Failure                     	-40.0        Unknowable
HCOB 25 Sept. 1971RA

 [Top] [Tone Scale 1950]  [Emotion-Affinity] [Reality-Communication] [Physiology] [Motion] [Emotion Scale 40 to -8]  
[Full Tone Scale]
[CDEI Scale] [CDEI Expanded] [Points of Case Address] [Scale of Identification]  
[Table of Relationships]
[Know to Mystery] [Knowingness] [Pan Determinism] [Responsibility] [Havingness]  
[Effect Scale 1]
[Effect Scale 2] [An Awareness Scale]  [Awareness Characteristics] [Lower Awareness] 
[Confront]
[Reality and Meter Response] [Time Sense] [Charge on Time Track] [State of Case]

 

DEI TO CDEI

The original scale
				 4.0	Desire
				 1.5	Enforce
				  .5	Inhibit

Was expanded in 1952 to
				   Curiosity
				   Desire
				   Enforce
				   Inhibit

In 1959 I found another vital point on this scale which 
gives us a new case entrance point --

                                   Curiosity
                                   Desire
                                   Enforce
                                   Inhibit
                                   Unknown

(Suspecting also that "Wait" fits between Unknown and Inhibit)

To Make these agree in intention, they would become
                                   Interest
                                   Desire
                                   Enforce
                                   Inhibit
                                   Unknow

This scale also is found to invert -- similar to the 
Dynamics, and below sanity on any subject. Thus:

   				Unknow
   				Inhibit
   				Enforce
   				Desire
   				Interest

These points, particularly on the inverted scale, going 
down, are lowered by failure. Each lower step is an 
explanation to justify having failed with the upper level.

  One seeks to not know something and fails. One then seeks 
to inhibit it and fails. Therefore one seeks to enforce 
it and fails. Thus one explains by desiring it and fails. 
And not really being able to have it, shows thereafter an 
obsessive interest in it.

  The above inversion is of course all reactive.

A later expansion of the scale gives us:


		K    Know
		U    Unknow
		C    Curious
		D    Desire
		E    Enforce
		I    Inhibit
		O    Absence of ("No.....")
		F    Falsify


                       STANDARD TECH USE

The old DEI cycle gives us an important tool used in today's standard technology for Level III, the handling of ARC Breaks. An "ARCU -- CDEI" assessment uses:

		A    Affinity
		R    Reality
		C    Communication
		U    Understanding

In conjunction with

		C    Curious about.......
		D    Desired.......
		E    Enforced.......
		I    Inhibited.......

This is part of the Level III tech of R (Routine) 3H.

It works like a bomb.


 [Top] [Tone Scale 1950]  [Emotion-Affinity] [Reality-Communication] [Physiology] [Motion] [Emotion Scale 40 to -8]  
[Full Tone Scale]
[CDEI Scale] [CDEI Expanded] [Points of Case Address] [Scale of Identification]  
[Table of Relationships]
[Know to Mystery] [Knowingness] [Pan Determinism] [Responsibility] [Havingness]  
[Effect Scale 1]
[Effect Scale 2] [An Awareness Scale]  [Awareness Characteristics] [Lower Awareness] 
[Confront]
[Reality and Meter Response] [Time Sense] [Charge on Time Track] [State of Case]

 

  CDEI CYCLE WITH LOWER SCALE

   Curiosity
   Desire
   Enforcement
   Inhibition
   Ownership
   Protection
   Hidden

The Creation of Human Ability, R2-60

 [Top] [Tone Scale 1950]  [Emotion-Affinity] [Reality-Communication] [Physiology] [Motion] [Emotion Scale 40 to -8]  
[Full Tone Scale]
[CDEI Scale] [CDEI Expanded] [Points of Case Address] [Scale of Identification]  
[Table of Relationships]
[Know to Mystery] [Knowingness] [Pan Determinism] [Responsibility] [Havingness]  
[Effect Scale 1]
[Effect Scale 2] [An Awareness Scale]  [Awareness Characteristics] [Lower Awareness] 
[Confront]
[Reality and Meter Response] [Time Sense] [Charge on Time Track] [State of Case]

 

                     POINTS OF CASE ADDRESS

				    Thought
				    Emotion
				    Effort

                     EXTENDED, THIS BECOMES:

				    Aesthetics
				    Reason
				    Emotion
				    Effort
				    Matter

 Advanced Procedure and Axioms, 1951

[Top] [Tone Scale 1950]  [Emotion-Affinity] [Reality-Communication] [Physiology] [Motion] [Emotion Scale 40 to -8]  
[Full Tone Scale]
[CDEI Scale] [CDEI Expanded] [Points of Case Address] [Scale of Identification]  
[Table of Relationships]
[Know to Mystery] [Knowingness] [Pan Determinism] [Responsibility] [Havingness]  
[Effect Scale 1]
[Effect Scale 2] [An Awareness Scale]  [Awareness Characteristics] [Lower Awareness] 
[Confront]
[Reality and Meter Response] [Time Sense] [Charge on Time Track] [State of Case]

 
SCALE OF IDENDIFICATION

                             

		Differentiate
 		Associate
		Identify
		Disassociate

 [Top] [Tone Scale 1950]  [Emotion-Affinity] [Reality-Communication] [Physiology] [Motion] [Emotion Scale 40 to -8]  
[Full Tone Scale]
[CDEI Scale] [CDEI Expanded] [Points of Case Address] [Scale of Identification]  
[Table of Relationships]
[Know to Mystery] [Knowingness] [Pan Determinism] [Responsibility] [Havingness]  
[Effect Scale 1]
[Effect Scale 2] [An Awareness Scale]  [Awareness Characteristics] [Lower Awareness] 
[Confront]
[Reality and Meter Response] [Time Sense] [Charge on Time Track] [State of Case]


 A TABLE OF RELATIONSHIPS



40.0                       20.0                       0.0
Start                      Change               Stop
Space                   Energy                 Time
Beingness             Doingness            Havingness
Positive                 Current                Negative
Creation                Alteration            Destruction
Conception            Living                 Death
Differentiation       Association         Identification

ARC applies to each column or for any one of the above statements of
experience.

  All eight dynamics apply to each column and thus to any of the
above statements.

 Scientology 8-8008

 [Top] [Tone Scale 1950]  [Emotion-Affinity] [Reality-Communication] [Physiology] [Motion] [Emotion Scale 40 to -8]  
[Full Tone Scale]
[CDEI Scale] [CDEI Expanded] [Points of Case Address] [Scale of Identification]  
[Table of Relationships]
[Know to Mystery] [Knowingness] [Pan Determinism] [Responsibility] [Havingness]  
[Effect Scale 1]
[Effect Scale 2] [An Awareness Scale]  [Awareness Characteristics] [Lower Awareness] 
[Confront]
[Reality and Meter Response] [Time Sense] [Charge on Time Track] [State of Case]

 



KNOW TO MYSTERY SCALE, (1953)



                              Knowingness
                              Lookingness
                              Emotingness
                              Effortingness
                              Thinkingness
                              Symbolizingness
                              Eatingness
                              Sexingness
                              Mystery

                  EXPANDED KNOW TO MYSTERY SCALE

                              Native State
                              Not Know
                              Know About
                              Look
                              Emotion
                              Effort
                              Think
                              Symbols
                              Eat
                              Sex
                              Mystery
                              Wait
                              Unconscious

 [Top] [Tone Scale 1950]  [Emotion-Affinity] [Reality-Communication] [Physiology] [Motion] [Emotion Scale 40 to -8]  
[Full Tone Scale]
[CDEI Scale] [CDEI Expanded] [Points of Case Address] [Scale of Identification]  
[Table of Relationships]
[Know to Mystery] [Knowingness] [Pan Determinism] [Responsibility] [Havingness]  
[Effect Scale 1]
[Effect Scale 2] [An Awareness Scale]  [Awareness Characteristics] [Lower Awareness] 
[Confront]
[Reality and Meter Response] [Time Sense] [Charge on Time Track] [State of Case]



SCALE OF KNOWINGNESS

              Know
              Not-Know
              Know About
              Forget
              Remember
              Occlude

  [Top] [Tone Scale 1950]  [Emotion-Affinity] [Reality-Communication] [Physiology] [Motion] [Emotion Scale 40 to -8]  
[Full Tone Scale]
[CDEI Scale] [CDEI Expanded] [Points of Case Address] [Scale of Identification]  
[Table of Relationships]
[Know to Mystery] [Knowingness] [Pan Determinism] [Responsibility] [Havingness]  
[Effect Scale 1]
[Effect Scale 2] [An Awareness Scale]  [Awareness Characteristics] [Lower Awareness] 
[Confront]
[Reality and Meter Response] [Time Sense] [Charge on Time Track] [State of Case]

 
  A PAN DETERMINISM SCALE

  "...is in total controversy to some of the most cherished beliefs of Man, but may I 
point out to you quickly that Man is not an entirely sane person, and thus some of 
his beliefs must be somewhat aberrated. There is such a thing as courage, but there 
is not such a thing as sanity totally opposed."

Dianetics 55!
 
PAN DETERMINISM    A willingness to start, change and stop on
                       	any and all dynamics; to start, change and
                       	stop two or more forces, whether or not
                       	opposed.  (Two or more individuals, two or
                       	more groups, two or more planets, two or
                       	more life-species, two or more universes,
                       	two or more spirits, etc.)

                       	Would not necessarily fight, choose sides

FIGHTING               	A willingness to fight things, choose sides.

MUST/MUST NOT     Some willingness to associate and repair,
HAPPEN AGAIN        but no willingness to let certain things
                       	happen again.

REPAIR                 	Willingness to repair somewhat.

ASSOCIATION          Willingness to associate somewhat.
		Unwilling to repair anything.
		Unwilling to associate with anything.

   Life is a game consisting of freedom, barriers and purposes.

 [Top] [Tone Scale 1950]  [Emotion-Affinity] [Reality-Communication] [Physiology] [Motion] [Emotion Scale 40 to -8]  
[Full Tone Scale]
[CDEI Scale] [CDEI Expanded] [Points of Case Address] [Scale of Identification]  
[Table of Relationships]
[Know to Mystery] [Knowingness] [Pan Determinism] [Responsibility] [Havingness]  
[Effect Scale 1]
[Effect Scale 2] [An Awareness Scale]  [Awareness Characteristics] [Lower Awareness] 
[Confront]
[Reality and Meter Response] [Time Sense] [Charge on Time Track] [State of Case]



RESPONSIBILITY SCALE

          A DETERIORATION OF PAN DETERMINISM OVER A GAME
          INTO "NO RESPONSIBILITY"

NO PREVIOUS
OR CURRENT CONTACT           No responsibility or liability.

PAN DETERMINISM                  Full responsibility for both sides
                                   	of game.

SELF DETERMINISM                Full responsibility for self, no
                                   	responsibility for other side of
                                   	game.

OTHER DETERMINISM              No responsibility for other side
                                   	of game.

VALENCE (CIRCUIT)                 No responsibility for the game,
                                   	for either side of the game or
                                   	for a former self.

  HCOB 17 January 1962


 [Top] [Tone Scale 1950]  [Emotion-Affinity] [Reality-Communication] [Physiology] [Motion] [Emotion Scale 40 to -8]  
[Full Tone Scale]
[CDEI Scale] [CDEI Expanded] [Points of Case Address] [Scale of Identification]  
[Table of Relationships]
[Know to Mystery] [Knowingness] [Pan Determinism] [Responsibility] [Havingness]  
[Effect Scale 1]
[Effect Scale 2] [An Awareness Scale]  [Awareness Characteristics] [Lower Awareness] 
[Confront]
[Reality and Meter Response] [Time Sense] [Charge on Time Track] [State of Case]

 



                        HAVINGNESS SCALE

                       Create
                       Responsible for (willing to control)
                       Contribute to
                       Confront
                       Have
                       Waste
                       Substitute
                       Waste substitute
                       Had
                       Must be confronted
                       Must be contributed to
                       Created

 [Top] [Tone Scale 1950]  [Emotion-Affinity] [Reality-Communication] [Physiology] [Motion] [Emotion Scale 40 to -8]  
[Full Tone Scale]
[CDEI Scale] [CDEI Expanded] [Points of Case Address] [Scale of Identification]  
[Table of Relationships]
[Know to Mystery] [Knowingness] [Pan Determinism] [Responsibility] [Havingness]  
[Effect Scale 1]
[Effect Scale 2] [An Awareness Scale]  [Awareness Characteristics] [Lower Awareness] 
[Confront]
[Reality and Meter Response] [Time Sense] [Charge on Time Track] [State of Case]

 


EFFECT SCALE (1)

    Two Rules for Happy Living:

    1. BE ABLE TO EXPERIENCE ANYTHING.

    2. CAUSE ONLY THOSE THINGS WHICH OTHERS CAN
        EXPERIENCE EASILY.

Scientology: A New Slant on Life

The way a preclear receives an effect (effect tolerable on self) and the way he acts toward others, including the auditor (effect believed necessary on others) can be observed by an auditor and used to spot the preclear's Tone level, either chronic or temporary, on any or ill dynamics.

  These are some examples of what might be observed at different Tone levels.

                          
ENTHUSIASM

EFFECT TOLERABLE ON SELF: Can receive large effects on self (the man who loses his fortune and bounces back). He is willing to receive other people's opinions, can accept large changes, he knows he has had a case change and is willing to change. He can accept defeats and will persist. Does not compulsively prevent effect on self.

       EFFECT BELIEVED NECESSARY ON OTHERS:

He has considerable ability to create effects on others but is not under compulsion to create effects, he is not compelled to affect other people's lives, he grants beingness, can tolerate differences in people.

                         CONSERVATISM

EFFECT TOLERABLE ON SELF:

Not very willing to receive effects that change the status quo. Not willing to be questioned on some subjects, not willing to have other people's attention directed to him such as being pointed out in a crowd, wearing outstanding clothes, etc.

EFFECT BELIEVED NECESSARY ON OTHERS:

Believes effects which preserve the status quo are necessary. Somewhat cautious about creating an effect, withholds those things he thinks might hurt your feelings, or that you might not approve of.
 Believes he should not create too much effect but should be "one of the crowd". Should respect the privacy of others.

                            BOREDOM

EFFECT TOLERABLE ON SELF:

Will receive any effect which produces a pleasant randomity, wants to be entertained but otherwise doesn't like to be shifted. Can't be bothered with most ideas and puts off any action.

EFFECT BELIEVED NECESSARY ON OTHERS:

Doesn't need to do anything about anything, no compulsion to do or not to do (no action either).

                          ANTAGONISM

EFFECT TOLERABLE ON SELF:

Can tolerate effect on self up to a point. May be critical of changes, resent things happening to him. Doesn't want to be the effect of certain things, others' opinions, actions, etc., and hurls back these effects from self by being critical.

EFFECT BELIEVED NECESSARY ON OTHERS:

Feels he must make others the recipient of the; own effects, compulsively must threaten others to protect self.

                             ANGER

EFFECT TOLERABLE ON SELF:

Can't receive an effect on self and is fighting to ensure this. PC stuck in an anger incident may manifest this in his inability to receive changes, affinity, others' reality, communication, etc.

       EFFECT BELIEVED NECESSARY ON OTHERS:

Must destroy anything that tries to create effect on him.

                           COVERTNESS

EFFECT TOLERABLE ON SELF:

Cannot tolerate much effect on self. Tries to slip out of being an effect by covert means. Gives the impression of taking an order, etc., while holding a destructive intent, and no intention to actually do it.

EFFECT BELIEVED NECESSARY ON OTHERS:

Believes a large effect is necessary to handle others, is incapable of doing this in any other than a covert way. Must cause an effect but is unwilling to be known as the cause of bad effects. If accused of having created bad effects he will claim his intention was good. This PC will make excuses, will make all sorts of "conditions" in doing a process, will try to give an answer that will satisfy the auditor, without actually doing the command.

                             FEAR

EFFECT TOLERABLE ON SELF:

This person can take so little effect that he runs from the slightest thing, jumps at a door slam, etc.
A PC in FEAR will manifest this by stiffness, leaning back in his chair, whistling during a session (whistling in the dark), he may turn pale, shake, cold sweat, avoid answering questions, squirm, laugh nervously, try to get out of session, etc.

  EFFECT BELIEVED NECESSARY ON OTHERS:

Believes the effect he would have to create to overcome those things which overwhelm him is huge -- so huge that he would rather go elsewhere than confront it. May make a lot of logical excuses to get out of being an effect (going upscale to covertness).

                          PROPITIATION

EFFECT TOLERABLE ON SELF:

Very little, does "favors" to protect himself against bad effects. Will try to appease the auditor to avoid continuing the process.

EFFECT BELIEVED NECESSARY ON OTHERS:

Propitiative actions.

                             GRIEF

EFFECT TOLERABLE ON SELF:

Tolerable effect would be the acquisition of tokens of a better time. PC with grief "just under the surface" may not be able to tolerate direct questioning on his problem without getting a lump in his throat or being brought to tears. Someone else's grief might be enough effect to cause him to cry. A rough word might not be tolerable.

EFFECT BELIEVED NECESSARY ON OTHERS:

Believes that a large effect would have to be created to overcome his overwhelming opposition, but the idea of creating an effect on others produces the idea of loss and though he must create vast effects, he is very close to the idea that he cannot create ANY effect, thus the only thing he can do about it is cry.

                            APATHY

EFFECT TOLERABLE ON SELF:

Can accept even less effect here. This is the "no effect case". Believes that everything is useless anyway, therefore nothing could make any difference on him. He will tell you that nothing is workable (apathetically).

EFFECT BELIEVED NECESSARY ON OTHERS:

Believes that an infinite amount of effect must be created to get anything done. 
(That's why he is in apathy.)


  [Top] [Tone Scale 1950]  [Emotion-Affinity] [Reality-Communication] [Physiology] [Motion] [Emotion Scale 40 to -8]  
[Full Tone Scale]
[CDEI Scale] [CDEI Expanded] [Points of Case Address] [Scale of Identification]  
[Table of Relationships]
[Know to Mystery] [Knowingness] [Pan Determinism] [Responsibility] [Havingness]  
[Effect Scale 1]
[Effect Scale 2] [An Awareness Scale]  [Awareness Characteristics] [Lower Awareness] 
[Confront]
[Reality and Meter Response] [Time Sense] [Charge on Time Track] [State of Case]



                          EFFECT SCALE (2)

                  From: Can cause
                              or receive
                              any effect              40.0


                  To:         Must cause
                              total effect,
                              can receive
                              none                     0.0


                  To:         Is total effect,
                              is hallucinatory
                              cause                   -8.0


[Top] [Tone Scale 1950]  [Emotion-Affinity] [Reality-Communication] [Physiology] [Motion] [Emotion Scale 40 to -8]  
[Full Tone Scale]
[CDEI Scale] [CDEI Expanded] [Points of Case Address] [Scale of Identification]  
[Table of Relationships]
[Know to Mystery] [Knowingness] [Pan Determinism] [Responsibility] [Havingness]  
[Effect Scale 1]
[Effect Scale 2] [An Awareness Scale]  [Awareness Characteristics] [Lower Awareness] 
[Confront]
[Reality and Meter Response] [Time Sense] [Charge on Time Track] [State of Case]



  AN AWARENESS SCALE

Aware of being aware
Awareness of an environment as sufficient communication
Knows of the existence of communication
Communication with the intention to communicate
Communication with significance with somebody else
Communication with significance
Communication with self with significance (worry)
(Even here, some slight awareness that he is thinking a thought and
communicating with the thought he is thinking)

Unconsciousness (Absolute unconsciousness is, however, unobtainable)

 ACC/staff Auditor's Conference, 4 April 1955
Magazine Articles on Level 0 Check sheet


[Top] [Tone Scale 1950]  [Emotion-Affinity] [Reality-Communication] [Physiology] [Motion] [Emotion Scale 40 to -8]  
[Full Tone Scale]
[CDEI Scale] [CDEI Expanded] [Points of Case Address] [Scale of Identification]  
[Table of Relationships]
[Know to Mystery] [Knowingness] [Pan Determinism] [Responsibility] [Havingness]  
[Effect Scale 1]
[Effect Scale 2] [An Awareness Scale]  [Awareness Characteristics] [Lower Awareness] 
[Confront]
[Reality and Meter Response] [Time Sense] [Charge on Time Track] [State of Case]


AWARENESS CHARACTERISTICS

21 SOURCE
20 EXISTENCE
19 CONDITIONS
18 REALIZATION
17 CLEARING
16 PURPOSES
15 ABILITY
14 CORRECTION
13 RESULT
12 PRODUCTION
11 ACTIVITY
10 PREDICTION
9 BODY
8 ADJUSTMENT
7 ENERGY
6 ENLIGHTENMENT
5 UNDERSTANDING
4 ORIENTATION
3 PERCEPTION
2 COMMUNICATION
1 RECOGNITION
-1 HELP
-2 HOPE


 [Top] [Tone Scale 1950]  [Emotion-Affinity] [Reality-Communication] [Physiology] [Motion] [Emotion Scale 40 to -8]  
[Full Tone Scale]
[CDEI Scale] [CDEI Expanded] [Points of Case Address] [Scale of Identification]  
[Table of Relationships]
[Know to Mystery] [Knowingness] [Pan Determinism] [Responsibility] [Havingness]  
[Effect Scale 1]
[Effect Scale 2] [An Awareness Scale]  [Awareness Characteristics] [Lower Awareness] 
[Confront]
[Reality and Meter Response] [Time Sense] [Charge on Time Track] [State of Case]



LOWER AWARENESS LEVELS

                              FROM HUMAN TO MATERIALITY

                            -3  DEMAND FOR IMPROVEMENT
                            -4  NEED OF CHANGE
                            -5  FEAR OF WORSENING
                            -6  EFFECT
                            -7  RUIN
                            -8  DESPAIR
                            -9  SUFFERING
                           -10  NUMBNESS
                           -11  INTROVERSION
                           -12  DISASTER
                           -13  INACTUALITY
                           -14  DELUSION
                           -15  HYSTERIA
                           -16  SHOCK
                           -17  CATATONIA
                           -18  OBLIVION
                           -19  DETACHMENT
                           -20  DUALITY
                           -21  SECRECY
                           -22  HALLUCINATION
                           -23  SADISM
                           -24  MASOCHISM
                           -25  ELATION
                           -26  GLEE
                           -27  FIXIDITY
                           -28  EROSION
                           -29  DISPERSAL
                           -30  DISASSOCIATION
                           -31  CRIMINALITY
                           -32  UNCAUSING
                           -33  DISCONNECTION
                           -34  UNEXISTENCE


  [Top] [Tone Scale 1950]  [Emotion-Affinity] [Reality-Communication] [Physiology] [Motion] [Emotion Scale 40 to -8]  
[Full Tone Scale]
[CDEI Scale] [CDEI Expanded] [Points of Case Address] [Scale of Identification]  
[Table of Relationships]
[Know to Mystery] [Knowingness] [Pan Determinism] [Responsibility] [Havingness]  
[Effect Scale 1]
[Effect Scale 2] [An Awareness Scale]  [Awareness Characteristics] [Lower Awareness] 
[Confront]
[Reality and Meter Response] [Time Sense] [Charge on Time Track] [State of Case]

 


SCALE OF CONFRONT

Beingness
Experience or Participate
Ability to Confront
Elsewhereness (solution is "be elsewhere")
Invisibility ("it's just not there")
Blackness
Dub-in (puts something else there)

Staff Auditors' Conference
16 February 1959


[Top] [Tone Scale 1950]  [Emotion-Affinity] [Reality-Communication] [Physiology] [Motion] [Emotion Scale 40 to -8]  
[Full Tone Scale]
[CDEI Scale] [CDEI Expanded] [Points of Case Address] [Scale of Identification]  
[Table of Relationships]
[Know to Mystery] [Knowingness] [Pan Determinism] [Responsibility] [Havingness]  
[Effect Scale 1]
[Effect Scale 2] [An Awareness Scale]  [Awareness Characteristics] [Lower Awareness] 
[Confront]
[Reality and Meter Response] [Time Sense] [Charge on Time Track] [State of Case]

 


REALITY-SPOTTING BY E-METER, 1959


TONE	  REALITY SCALE        REALITY SCALE	     	NEEDLE
	     (OLD)		   (NEW)	   		CHARACTERISTICS

40 - 20   Postulates           	Pan Determined     
                               		Creation  			Produces meter
                                             				phenomena at will.
20 - 4    Consideration        	Self Determined    	  	Free Needle.
                               		Creation           

4 - 2     Agreements		Experience	   	Free Needle, drop
                                                   			at will.

1.5      Solid terminals      	Confront 	   		Drop.

1.1      Terminals too solid  	Elsewhereness	   	Theta Bop.
           Lines solid

1 - .5   No terminal                  Invisibility    
          Solid line                        
                                                                                        Stuck, sticky.
.5 -.1   No terminal                   Blackness        
          Less solid line

.1       No real terminal             Dub-in
          No solid line                   no confront,                     Rising needle.
          Substitute terminal         not-is-ness

0.0      No terminal                   Unconsciousness             Stuck. 
          No line                                                                  
Also Stage Four needle 
                                                                                                               ("all  machine -- no pc").


                                               
  For complete description of human behavior at the above tone levels, 
study Science of Survival with the Chart of Human  Evaluation by L. Ron Hubbard. 
Learn also the Hubbard Chart of Attitudes (accompanies Handbook for Preclears)  
by L. Ron Hubbard).

  The above chart of correlations applies in two ways:

  (1) by the chronic standard reaction of the preclear
  (2) by type of material (facsimiles) contacted.


[Top] [Tone Scale 1950]  [Emotion-Affinity] [Reality-Communication] [Physiology] [Motion] [Emotion Scale 40 to -8]  
[Full Tone Scale]
[CDEI Scale] [CDEI Expanded] [Points of Case Address] [Scale of Identification]  
[Table of Relationships]
[Know to Mystery] [Knowingness] [Pan Determinism] [Responsibility] [Havingness]  
[Effect Scale 1]
[Effect Scale 2] [An Awareness Scale]  [Awareness Characteristics] [Lower Awareness] 
[Confront]
[Reality and Meter Response] [Time Sense] [Charge on Time Track] [State of Case]


TIME SENSE, DETERIORATION OF


Time sense deteriorates to the degree that one has depended upon matter, energy and space to tell time.

  We have known for many years that time is the Single Source of human aberration.

  Regard for time sums up, of course, into ARC about time, or just ARC.

  The dwindling spiral was as follows:



State A      Time Sense

State B      Time Sense dependent upon Matter, Energy and Space

State C      ARC Breaks with Matter, Energy, Space and other beings

State D      Deteriorated Time Sense

Time and the Tone Arm, HCOB 28 July 1963


[Top] [Tone Scale 1950]  [Emotion-Affinity] [Reality-Communication] [Physiology] [Motion] [Emotion Scale 40 to -8]  
[Full Tone Scale]
[CDEI Scale] [CDEI Expanded] [Points of Case Address] [Scale of Identification]  
[Table of Relationships]
[Know to Mystery] [Knowingness] [Pan Determinism] [Responsibility] [Havingness]  
[Effect Scale 1]
[Effect Scale 2] [An Awareness Scale]  [Awareness Characteristics] [Lower Awareness] 
[Confront]
[Reality and Meter Response] [Time Sense] [Charge on Time Track] [State of Case]


 
CHARGE AND THE TIME TRACK

Shakespeare said all life was a play. He was right insofar as the Time Track is a 3D, 
fifty-two perception movie which is a whole series of plays concerning the preclear. But the influence of it upon the preclear removes it from the class of pretense and play. It is not only very real, it is what contains whatever it is that depresses the preclear to what he is today. Its savageness relieved, the preclear can recover, and only then. There is no other valid workable road.

  "Charge", the stored quantities of energy in the Time Track, is the sole thing that is relieved or removed by the auditor from the Time Track.

  When this charge is present in huge amounts the Time Track overwhelms the preclear and the preclear is thrust below  observation of the actual track. He is caught in it.

  The job of the auditor is to free the thetan by digging him out of the Time Track.


[Top] [Tone Scale 1950]  [Emotion-Affinity] [Reality-Communication] [Physiology] [Motion] [Emotion Scale 40 to -8]  
[Full Tone Scale]
[CDEI Scale] [CDEI Expanded] [Points of Case Address] [Scale of Identification]  
[Table of Relationships]
[Know to Mystery] [Knowingness] [Pan Determinism] [Responsibility] [Havingness]  
[Effect Scale 1]
[Effect Scale 2] [An Awareness Scale]  [Awareness Characteristics] [Lower Awareness] 
[Confront]
[Reality and Meter Response] [Time Sense] [Charge on Time Track] [State of Case]

 


STATE OF CASE SCALE


NO TRACK                  	No Charge

FULL VISIBLE TIME TRACK   	Some Charge

SPORADIC VISIBILITY       	Some heavily charged areas
OF TRACK 

INVISIBLE TRACK           	Very heavily charged areas exist
(Black or 
Invisible Field)	

DUB-IN                    		Some areas of Track so heavily charged
                          		preclear is below unconsciousness in them;
                          		only inaccurate copies (pictures) of Track
                          		viewable

DUB-IN OF DUB-IN          	Many areas of Track so heavily charged the
                          		dub-in is submerged; delusive copies of
                          		inaccurate copies only viewable

ONLY AWARE OF OWN            Track too heavily charged to 
EVALUATIONS              	 be viewed at all

UNAWARE                   	Preclear dull, often in coma; total charge

                 
THE TIME TRACK, 
HCOB 28 June 1963
 

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