Scientology glossary, lingo, acronyms - 2009-11-01

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F7.png Scientology glossary, lingo, acronyms November 1, 2009, Tampa Bay Times

Scientology has a language of its own. Here are some terms used in these stories.

Auditing: Counseling that "helps an individual look at his own existence and improves his ability to confront what he is and where he is." The auditor uses an E-meter, a device that measures the subject's reaction to questions, helping the auditor locate areas of distress. From the Latin, audire, to hear or listen.

Blow: To leave suddenly; a staffer who leaves the Sea Org without following procedure.

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