Volume 2, Issue 8, page 20

The Hubbard BASIC AUDITOR Course
is offered you in 16 simple lessons, embracing the BEST and the
LATEST of L. Ron Hubbard's findings and techniques. These lessons. which require approximately 400 hours of auditing and
being audited on the student's part, are designed to make you
feel fine, more important, more able, and let you realize that
you can make others MORE ABLE, too.

Those completing the course will be examined by the CECS,
the official examining board of the Academy of Religious Arts
and Sciences, and if they are found qualified, will be granted a
certificate of graduation. A degree as a minister in the Church
of Scientology, Inc., Massachusetts branch, also will be issued.

You cannot fail. Those who do not pass the CECS examination will be retrained as long as necessary, at no extra cost,
until they do pass.

The cost of the complete course is $150.00 per person, end
because each student must audit as well as be audited, at least
two students must enrol for the course at one time. Better results are expected if there are more than two, but two is a
minimum. Your tuition includes the following, per unit:
Professional membership in H.A.S.I. (which brings you both
ABILITY and CERTAINTY magazines, and the Professional
Auditors' Bulletins (PAB's). One year $ 25.00
Full set of Professional Tapes by L. Ron Hubbard. These
are not available to the public. Per set . . . . $125.00
Full set of all necessary books. Per set $ 40.00
Free registration in the Academy of Religious Arts and Sciences.
5% discount if you pay the $150.00 cash in advance.

Terms% $50.00 with application and $20.00 with each completed
lesson until the remaining $100.00 is paid.

If you cannot find someone in your area to take this course with
you, apply individually. We'll see if we cannot find somecne.

Scientology Guidance Center
Dr. Walter L. Hamilton, Director
North Wilbraham, Massachusetts
"Doing three times as
much work in half the
time." -- Dayton, Chio.

"Have accepted really
big job. Was uncertain
before." -- Columbus, Ohio.

"Never realized what a
weak sister I'd been.'LTopeka, Eas.

"Thank God someone named
Len decided he could
teach." -- Chicago, Ill.

"Gosh, Len, but you're
rough." -- Roanoke, Va.

"Heyman, you know what?
I can make others better." -- England.

"Could I have materials
translated into German,
and sell course for you
here?" -- Germany.

"Didn't understand what
you could have meant by
saying 'above the level
that we find humanity'.
It is only too clear
now." -- New York City.

"Started course by feeling I was pretty good,
and being satisfied. Now
I know I am good, but
have found more Foals
than I ever knew existed.

"Felt Ron should have
been spelt $on, until I
worked at course. Now I
can understand him. And
bless him." -- Dayton, Chio.

Ron himself has written
that the course is EX. and recommends
it to anyone desiring to
know the basics of
20 The ABERREE, December, 1955