Op Pro By Dup At Kaohsiung – With Mystery Train



It’s rare to see photos of Scientologists taking courses, but we have photos from the Kaohsiung Ideal Org in Taiwan showing students performing Op Pro By Dup, which stands for Operating Procedure by Duplication. It’s a part of the Survival Rundown, and can be done for many hours. Former Scientologist Jesse Prince has described the routine.

The auditor places a book on one table and a bottle – like a Coke bottle or whatever – on the other. The auditor and preclear stand close to each other and the auditor gives commands to the preclear. The commands, as I recall them, are:

“Look at that book. Good. Walk over to that book. Good. Pick it up. Good. What is its color? Good. What is its weight? Good. What is its temperature? Good. Put the book down in the exact same place. Good. Look at that bottle. Good. Walk over to it. Good. Pick it up. Good. What is its color? Good. What is its weight? Good. What is its temperature? Good. Put it down in exactly the same place.”

This is done over and over. The commands are enforced by the auditor, even if the auditor has to drag the preclear’s unconscious body back and forth making him execute the commands. On the RPF, everybody had to do this Op Pro by Dup for a minimum of 25 hours. This is done to condition the preclear to accept control, with or without the pre-clear’s cooperation.

That explains why these Scientologists are seen holding books and bottles, but the last photo is the curious exception. It shows four letters taped to a card table, and a toy train. We have consulted with former members, and none can explain this train process, or the letters. If you know what is going on in the following photo please drop us a line at SecCheck8@gmail.com.


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2 thoughts on “Op Pro By Dup At Kaohsiung – With Mystery Train

  1. IIRC this was some sort of “change of space” process where you would move the object (which is of no particular significance) from one letter to another until you had a cognition. It’s been a long time though so my memory is a bit sketchy but think that’s pretty accurate.

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