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Scientology - hope for the autistic
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Barbara Schwarz
2009-01-04 17:58:00 UTC
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http://www.liveandgrow.org/bostonpeoplesvoice_autistic.html

The BOSTON PEOPLES VOICE

Vol. 6 * Issue 2
January 31, 2003

HOPE FOR THE AUTISTIC IN A BOSTON SCHOOL
By Marisa De La Paz,
Contributing Writer

Three years ago, a cut, 9-year-old autistic African-American boy named
James was loved by his teachers at the Prescott Elementary School in
Charlestown, although they felt there was no hope for him. Like many
other autistic children, James would withdraw into a private world of
fantasy and be unable to communicate with others or respond to the
real environment. He would blankly utter gibberish, sometimes would
swing his arms violently and aimlessly, and had to be led to different
classrooms, the restrooms, etc., by hand. In each new place, James did
not know where he was or what was around him. James had a very severe
case of autism and it was believed that James would remain in this
condition for the rest of his life.

But hope was on the way in the form of a young, six-foot, four-inch
kindergarten teacher, Erik Bayersdorfer, who became a new member of
the Church of Scientology. This loving ‘Kindergarten Cop’ pulled out
an Oxford American Dictionary to find out more about autism. He
learned that it was a condition wherein one is not in communication
with his surrounding environment, and decided that there may be hope
for James.

Erik used a simple technique called a ‘locational assist’ which was
developed by author and Scientology founder, L. Ron Hubbard, to direct
a person’s attention off the painful areas of his body or his
difficulties and out into the environment – exactly what James could
not do.

“I had concerns because James would never seem to do or understand
what anyone was telling him, but then asked him to ‘Look at that
window,’ then other things in the environment. At first he didn’t
readily comply, but surprisingly, James did do as I asked,” said Erik.
“Soon he was fully understanding me and following my instructions.”

“Run, do you want to run?” came clearly out of James mouth that had
never uttered a decipherable sound in nine years. Erik was in partial
shock while saying, “Sure.” And soon they darted around the school.
While actually playing for the first time in his life, James said
things like “Catch me.” And “Do you want to play?”

The next day, James was back in his autistic dreamland and Erik gave
him another locational assist. This time it was videotaped by another
teacher, Becky. James responded immediately to the locational and was
on his way playing chase with Erik. Erik gave Becky a booklet on how
to do the locational and other assists and she promised to continue
helping James. She also said she would show the video of James being
helped to faculty so more children could be aided. Erik continued to
learn from the staff at the Church of Scientology of Boston, a few
days later, in order to gain more expertise in helping people.
‘Locationals and other assists, that alleviate the spiritual component
of physical pain, shock and emotional trauma should be known by
everyone,” said Erik Bayersdorfer. “Assists were successfully used by
Scientology Volunteer Ministers to help rescue workers stay on the job
at Ground Zero immediately after September 11th and are valuable in
everyday life.”

A couple of weeks ago, Bayersdorfer was in Barbados where he saw a
homeless man crumpled up on a beautiful boardwalk with debris
scattered around him. Erik told him to get up and had him looking at
different things in the scenic environment. The person straightened up
and isaid in his strong Caribbean accent, “I think it’s time to start
my day, man.”

To start someone else’s day, feel free to contact the Church of
Scientology at 617-266-9500 to learn more about how to do assists.
Chef Xenu
2009-01-04 18:05:01 UTC
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Released in the days immediately following the attacks of September
11, 2001, this press release by the widely respected National Mental
Health Association (NMHA) help put the Corporation of $cientology's
claims about their Volunteer Ministers into perspective.

-----BEGIN NMHA News Release

NMHA News Release September 17, 2001
Contact: Mark Helmke (703) 797-4315 ***@nmha.org Beware
Scientologists Claiming To Be Mental Health Professionals

Group Intentionally Confusing Public

ALEXANDRIA, VA (September 17, 2001) - The National Mental Health
Association (NMHA) today is warning the public and media to beware of
representatives of the Church of Scientology who are claiming to be
mental health professionals assisting individuals in New York City.

“This is a very important and sensitive time,” said Michael M. Faenza,
President and CEO of NMHA. “I urge the Church of Scientology to stay
out of mental health. The public needs to understand that the
Scientologists are using this tragedy to recruit new members. They are
not providing mental health assistance.”

Faenza said Fox News had been broadcasting an 800 help line for
“National Mental Health Assistance” and the network was unaware that
the number was being answered by the Scientologist’s center in Los
Angeles.

“The National Mental Health Association has received a number of
unconfirmed reports that Scientologists with the letters NMHA on their
shirts have been seen in New York claiming to be mental health
professionals,” Faenza explained. In fact, a Scientologist spokesman
told the St. Petersburg Times they had 450 volunteers working there.

“The police, fire departments, federal authorities and the media need
to beware of these individuals claiming to be mental health
professionals, and make sure they are working with credible mental
health organizations,” Faenza said.

The National Mental Health Association is the country's oldest and
largest nonprofit organization addressing all aspects of mental health
and mental illness. With more than 340 affiliates nationwide, NMHA
works to improve the mental health of all Americans through advocacy,
education, research and service.

NMHA is providing mental health assistance to American communities
through its local affiliates and to individuals at 1-800-969-NMHA and
at www.nmha.org.

-----END NMHA News Release

Beware Scientologists Claiming To Be Mental Health Professionals
September 17, 2001, National Mental Health Association
http://www1.nmha.org/newsroom/system/news.vw.cfm?do=vw&rid=341

'Mental health' hotline a blind lead September 15, 2001, Deborah
O'Neil, St. Petersburg Times
http://www.sptimes.com/News/091501/Worldandnation/_Mental_health__hot...

Scientologists Descend on Minneapolis Collapse Site August 3, 2007,
Marcus Baram, ABC News
http://www.abcnews.go.com/US/story?id=3445882&page=1

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Post by Barbara Schwarz
http://www.liveandgrow.org/bostonpeoplesvoice_autistic.html
The BOSTON PEOPLES VOICE
Vol. 6 * Issue 2
January 31, 2003
HOPE FOR THE AUTISTIC IN A BOSTON SCHOOL
By Marisa De La Paz,
Contributing Writer
Three years ago, a cut, 9-year-old autistic African-American boy named
James was loved by his teachers at the Prescott Elementary School in
Charlestown, although they felt there was no hope for him. Like many
other autistic children, James would withdraw into a private world of
fantasy and be unable to communicate with others or respond to the
real environment. He would blankly utter gibberish, sometimes would
swing his arms violently and aimlessly, and had to be led to different
classrooms, the restrooms, etc., by hand. In each new place, James did
not know where he was or what was around him. James had a very severe
case of autism and it was believed that James would remain in this
condition for the rest of his life.
But hope was on the way in the form of a young, six-foot, four-inch
kindergarten teacher, Erik Bayersdorfer, who became a new member of
the Church of Scientology. This loving ‘Kindergarten Cop’ pulled out
an Oxford American Dictionary to find out more about autism. He
learned that it was a condition wherein one is not in communication
with his surrounding environment, and decided that there may be hope
for James.
Erik used a simple technique called a ‘locational assist’ which was
developed by author and Scientology founder, L. Ron Hubbard, to direct
a person’s attention off the painful areas of his body or his
difficulties and out into the environment – exactly what James could
not do.
“I had concerns because James would never seem to do or understand
what anyone was telling him, but then asked him to ‘Look at that
window,’ then other things in the environment. At first he didn’t
readily comply, but surprisingly, James did do as I asked,” said Erik.
“Soon he was fully understanding me and following my instructions.”
“Run, do you want to run?” came clearly out of James mouth that had
never uttered a decipherable sound in nine years. Erik was in partial
shock while saying, “Sure.” And soon they darted around the school.
While actually playing for the first time in his life, James said
things like “Catch me.” And “Do you want to play?”
The next day, James was back in his autistic dreamland and Erik gave
him another locational assist. This time it was videotaped by another
teacher, Becky. James responded immediately to the locational and was
on his way playing chase with Erik. Erik gave Becky a booklet on how
to do the locational and other assists and she promised to continue
helping James. She also said she would show the video of James being
helped to faculty so more children could be aided. Erik continued to
learn from the staff at the Church of Scientology of Boston, a few
days later, in order to gain more expertise in helping people.
‘Locationals and other assists, that alleviate the spiritual component
of physical pain, shock and emotional trauma should be known by
everyone,” said Erik Bayersdorfer. “Assists were successfully used by
Scientology Volunteer Ministers to help rescue workers stay on the job
at Ground Zero immediately after September 11th and are valuable in
everyday life.”
A couple of weeks ago, Bayersdorfer was in Barbados where he saw a
homeless man crumpled up on a beautiful boardwalk with debris
scattered around him. Erik told him to get up and had him looking at
different things in the scenic environment. The person straightened up
and isaid in his strong Caribbean accent, “I think it’s time to start
my day, man.”
To start someone else’s day, feel free to contact the Church of
Scientology at 617-266-9500 to learn more about how to do assists.
Barbara Schwarz
2009-01-04 18:23:50 UTC
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Post by Chef Xenu
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Doctors evolved from butchers and barbers. Anybody who can do better
is invited to help people.


Barbara Schwarz
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barbz
2009-01-04 20:16:24 UTC
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Post by Barbara Schwarz
http://www.liveandgrow.org/bostonpeoplesvoice_autistic.html
The BOSTON PEOPLES VOICE
Vol. 6 * Issue 2
January 31, 2003
HOPE FOR THE AUTISTIC IN A BOSTON SCHOOL
By Marisa De La Paz,
Contributing Writer
Three years ago, a cut, 9-year-old autistic African-American boy named
James was loved by his teachers at the Prescott Elementary School in
Charlestown, although they felt there was no hope for him. Like many
other autistic children, James would withdraw into a private world of
fantasy and be unable to communicate with others or respond to the
real environment. He would blankly utter gibberish, sometimes would
swing his arms violently and aimlessly, and had to be led to different
classrooms, the restrooms, etc., by hand. In each new place, James did
not know where he was or what was around him. James had a very severe
case of autism and it was believed that James would remain in this
condition for the rest of his life.
But hope was on the way in the form of a young, six-foot, four-inch
kindergarten teacher, Erik Bayersdorfer, who became a new member of
the Church of Scientology. This loving ‘Kindergarten Cop’ pulled out
an Oxford American Dictionary to find out more about autism. He
learned that it was a condition wherein one is not in communication
with his surrounding environment, and decided that there may be hope
for James.
Erik used a simple technique called a ‘locational assist’ which was
developed by author and Scientology founder, L. Ron Hubbard, to direct
a person’s attention off the painful areas of his body or his
difficulties and out into the environment – exactly what James could
not do.
“I had concerns because James would never seem to do or understand
what anyone was telling him, but then asked him to ‘Look at that
window,’ then other things in the environment. At first he didn’t
readily comply, but surprisingly, James did do as I asked,” said Erik.
“Soon he was fully understanding me and following my instructions.”
“Run, do you want to run?” came clearly out of James mouth that had
never uttered a decipherable sound in nine years. Erik was in partial
shock while saying, “Sure.” And soon they darted around the school.
While actually playing for the first time in his life, James said
things like “Catch me.” And “Do you want to play?”
The next day, James was back in his autistic dreamland and Erik gave
him another locational assist. This time it was videotaped by another
teacher, Becky. James responded immediately to the locational and was
on his way playing chase with Erik. Erik gave Becky a booklet on how
to do the locational and other assists and she promised to continue
helping James. She also said she would show the video of James being
helped to faculty so more children could be aided. Erik continued to
learn from the staff at the Church of Scientology of Boston, a few
days later, in order to gain more expertise in helping people.
‘Locationals and other assists, that alleviate the spiritual component
of physical pain, shock and emotional trauma should be known by
everyone,” said Erik Bayersdorfer. “Assists were successfully used by
Scientology Volunteer Ministers to help rescue workers stay on the job
at Ground Zero immediately after September 11th and are valuable in
everyday life.”
A couple of weeks ago, Bayersdorfer was in Barbados where he saw a
homeless man crumpled up on a beautiful boardwalk with debris
scattered around him. Erik told him to get up and had him looking at
different things in the scenic environment. The person straightened up
and isaid in his strong Caribbean accent, “I think it’s time to start
my day, man.”
To start someone else’s day, feel free to contact the Church of
Scientology at 617-266-9500 to learn more about how to do assists.
Thanks for posting this. It is a good example of how lying cultists try
to be the Authorities On Everything without a fucking clue other than
Hubbard's asshattery.

Scientology worked well for Jett, didn't it. His death was being
predicted last year by people who are able to look at Scientology
nonsense for what it is. Dangerous, ignorant nonsense wrapped in a pack
of lies like this stupid testimonial.
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2009-01-06 19:07:12 UTC
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Kranke Menschen beschimpfen andere wahllos mit Worten, die meistens auf
sie selber zutreffen.
Jeßus
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On Sun, 4 Jan 2009 09:58:00 -0800 (PST), Barbara Schwarz
<***@excite.com> wrote:

Die slowly, and in agony, you cunt.
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Post by Jeßus
On Sun, 4 Jan 2009 09:58:00 -0800 (PST), Barbara Schwarz
Die slowly, and in agony, you cunt.
d'you meant for the old scam chieif of the crime cult? Perhaps his
treatments could explain his meanness?

hy, barbie schwarzie, are you still alince, buried under hunndred meters of
salt?
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Post by Jeßus
On Sun, 4 Jan 2009 09:58:00 -0800 (PST), Barbara Schwarz
Die slowly, and in agony, you cunt.
I wonder if the real BS is still posting. This person is probably a troll.

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