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MERRILL MAYO’S OPEN LETTER

Auckland HASI Staff. David Mayo (HCO Secretary), 4th person standing from the right. Merrill Mayo (his wife) is 2nd person sitting from the right . Sept/Oct '64.

ca. 1983

(The following letter was received from Merrill Mayo. Merrill is a Class XII, trained by LRH, and called by him “the miracle worker”. She was Auditor of the Year three years running for the highest number of auditing hours.

Currently, she is working at the Personal Efficiency Center, 3485 University Ave, Riverside, California, CA 92501, USA.

Dear Friends,

Since I have been very closely associated with David Mayo for over 20 years, I feel I should write to you all in support of David and what he has done and is currently doing.

David’s contribution to Scientology and to thousands of people in his forwarding of LRH’s tech has been very considerable indeed over many years.

Having trained as an auditor under LRH on the 1962 SHSBC, David then trained and was interned by LRH on the Flagship in the early 70’s. LRH turned over his Senior C/S hat to David in 1973. While we were on the ship, LRH inspected many many of the folders David C/Sed (and ones I’d audited, too) – LRH always made a point of keeping his eye on the tech during those years – and those products David turned out were excellent, by LRH’s own inspection.

David, as Senior C/S at the Flag Land Base up until August 1978, personally supervised every program of every single preclear who went there and continued to uphold the standard of Ron’s tech. The tremendous amount of case gain made at Flag by many hundreds of preclears in those years was due to David’s insistence on LRH’s tech being applied exactly – that IS what gives excellent case gain, the tech applied exactly. And this was David’s responsibility. These very results are concrete evidence of his application of LRH’s tech.

David, along with others, trained, interned and crammed many auditors and C/Ses who reached a very high calibre of technical performance. Thus, Flag became known as “The Mecca of Technical Perfection” in the 70’s. One cannot deny the actual results that were achieved at that time.

In my own personal experience as an auditor in the Flag HGC, David would never discuss tech with me. His statement was: “You’re responsible for knowing the tech, and if you have confusions, look it up or take yourself to the Cramming Officer. Never ask me for Tech, I’m not source.” And he held to this without deviation. Read more