March 7, 2011 from R3X Blog
I've been piloting the addition of a new approach to see how broadly it applied to Pcs. So far it has worked on everyone I have tried it on. This approach involves querying the Pc regarding the status of entities involved in an incident where non-physical entities are involved.
Let's say the PC is running an implant incident. At some point during the R3X procedure, the auditor would ask the PC to describe the implanters in as much detail as possible, for example the number of the implanters, their physical features (greys, reptilian, insect-like, astral/physical/ ethereal, etc.), etc. This should go along with the detailed description of the implant operation, including the environment (spaceship, astral realm, etc.), the type of energy used, the mechanical or electronic gear used, if drugs are used (and drugs ARE used at times on non-physical planes), what the inside of the craft looks like, what exactly they are doing and who or what are they doing it to, what caused the initial entry into the implant area (energy flows, electrical shock, etc.), any blank area thoroughly opened up including details about the force present in the entry and exit part, etc.. The questions should fit the circumstance, but there should be no mystery relevant to the procedure left about it.
Once the auditor has established the identity of the implanters, he then asks him to find out what beings are above them or senior to them or monitoring them. It will often turn out to be a being outside of space and time monitoring all of the entities. There are many possible variations and combinations of this. There could be more than one monitor being, and there could be any combination of monitor and subordinate beings in the incident. One could then ask the PC if there is a being outside of space and time who is senior. The idea is to get to the highest level available for the PC. One would then ask the PC what his relationship on that level would be to that being. Is he a friend, a playmate, an adversary, etc.? Normally the relationship on that level will be rather friendly or benign and they are playing games - some serious, some not so serious - which are being carried out on the physical or astral plane. With this knowledge the PC will get a more expanded and causative view of his situation. Sometimes the Pc will see himself as monitoring both sides of the whole game from outside of space/time. The auditor would accept whatever the Pc's reality is and deal with that.
At the end of the R3X procedure, the auditor would then ask the PC if any of the entities he encountered in the incident are still in his space or connected to him. If so, the auditor should then run the Excalibur procedure on each one of them (or the group all at once, depending on the case and circumstance). The Excalibur procedure is outlined elsewhere on the Dianetic R3X list. It consists of running the entity on the incident he is stuck in, as mentioned by LRH in an early lecture, and applying the NOTs commands (a part that is optional, though I do include the "what are you?" question). I believe Captain Bill's main contribution to the tech has been the addressing of a heierachy of beings, a concept I'd not truly appreciated in the past as I do today in merging R3X with Excalibur.
The "quantum" aspect of this technique is that it sidesteps the linear aspect of dianetics and brings to the Pc the awareness of game players, including his own participation in the event from a perspective outside of space and time without need to go to earlier similar incidents before time. This method also makes the the incident "squeaky clean" by handling entities that could otherwise influence the Pc at a later time.
To recap the "Excalibur" procedure as I do it in tandem with R3X style incident running, here is the procedure, normally done at the end of the R3X procedure:
• Ask the Pc if the entity is still in his space or if he's still influenced by it or otherwise connected to it.
• If so, have Pc ask the entity: "What are you?". Accept whatever is given
• Have Pc ask him: "What were you before you were that?".
• Repeat and continue that step as necessary until the entity answers with "me", or "a being", or "a thetan", or something similar.
• Then tell the Pc to ask the entity "What incident are you stuck in?"
• The auditor takes whatever the Pc says.
• The auditor says: "Have him move to that incident that he's stuck in."
• The auditor then says: "Have him move to a point just before the incident he's stuck in began."
• The auditor then asks: "What's there?"
It should be a point before any conflict starts. If not, then the Pc should have him find an earlier beginning until such a point is arrived at. Usually the latter is not necessary.
• Then auditor has Pc ask: "Have him move through the incident he's stuck in from beginning to end"
• Then auditor asks: "What happened?"
• Then auditor says: "Have him put the incident above him... good... below him... good... to the right of him... good..." (etc.)
This step is done to a BD F/N at which point the auditor asks how the incident is so far, after which he has the Pc get the entity to run through the incident again.
• The auditor says "Have him move through the incident he's stuck in from beginning to end".
By this time the entity is often blown. If not, then the auditor has the Pc ask the entity if there is an earlier incident he's stuck in.
The entity could blow at any time during the procedure at which point the auditor would end off on that entity and move on to the next cycle.
The "Who are you?" question at the end of the Excalibur procedure can be used at the end, but if the entity is not blown yet then I have to wonder why and if that question is an unusual solution. Personally I haven't had to use it so far. The same goes for directing the entity towards the maternity ward of a hospital or whatever.
If the entity is blown, the auditor then moves on to the next entity and does the same procedure.
After the entities are blown, the auditor then asks if the entity had a senior above him and then runs him out the same way. Higher echelon entities are asked for until the Pc runs out of them.
At this point the auditor can ask the Pc what his relationship was with the entity on that level.
If there is found to be interference with the session by the entity during any part of the session, then that entity can be handled at any time during the session. Otherwise it's okay to wait until the end of the session to run the Excalibur procedure.
If the entity balks at being handled, acts arrogant, beligerant or otherwise uncooperative, then the auditor asks the Pc to "assume the viewpoint of the All-That-Is" (i.e. God, supreme being, 8th dynamic, etc.). If done right, the entity will have no choice but to cooperate.