The time that a person is on duty at their post. Watch, as it relates to this document, refers to the time spent by Lisa McPherson at the Ft. Harrison Hotel (November 18, 1995 to December 5, 1995).
2. ISOLATION WATCH
Isolating a member, usually without verbal communication until they are coherent enough to accept information, usually a prelude to Introspection Rundown.
Procedure used on people who have had psychiatric problems. Allegedly to get the person back into P/T (present time).
Level achieved by overcoming the "bank" reactive mind, and engrams" or mental images of the past. Supposedly makes you capable of handling your own environment.
Member who has been processed into the organization but not yet achieved level of Clear.
6. FLAG LAND BASE
7. LEVEL 4
Usually an Auditor level of achievement at the step just below Clear.
8. PRE-CLEAR FOLDERS
Folder where all auditing and processing information on a member is kept. Includes notes by auditor, examiner, and case supervisor. The file is updated continually and maintained after the death of a member.
9. PC FOLDERS
Abbreviation for Pre-Clear Folder
10. SUPER CARGO
Post in charge of Divisions 7, Executive Div; Division 1, Personnel & Ethics Div; Division 2, dissemination Div.
Abbreviation for Church of Scientology
12. REALITY FACTOR
Basically "reality" means whatever two members are in agreement with. The "R" Factor means an explanation of some thing.
13. TYPE 3
Part of the PTS (Potential Trouble Source) levels. Could mean a varying degree of problems, from a member being upset or not in agreement with some thing, to a "psychotic break".
Various processes that are run on members while connected to an e-meter where the member tells the auditor things about themselves.
15. CASE SUPERVISOR<
Abbr. C/S, the person who is overall in charge of a case. He is the person in a Scientology organization who gives instructions regarding particular cases.