FACSIMILE, 1. any mental picture, that is unknowingly created and part of the time track is a facsimile, whether an engram, secondary, lock or pleasure moment. (HCOB 15 May 63) 2. a theta recording. All physical perceptions, all effort, emotion and thought which a person experiences are recorded continuously, and these recordings are called “facsimiles.” They are not dependent upon an organism for their continued existence. Any facsimile which has been recorded is there to be recalled–when the individual has risen high enough on the tone scale, when he has regained enough of his self-determinism. (Abil 114A) 3. an energy picture made by a thetan or the body’s machinery of the physical universe environment. It is like a photograph. It is made of mental energy. It means copy of the physical universe. (PAB 99) 4. the pictures contained in the reactive mind. (Dn 55!, p. 12) 5. a full facsimile is a sort of three-dimensional color picture with sound and smell and all other perceptions plus the conclusions or speculations of the individual. (HFP, p. 27) 6. a simple word meaning a picture of a thing, a copy of a thing, not the thing itself. (HFP, p. 25) 7. a facsimile is an energy picture which can be reviewed again. A facsimile contains more than fifty easily identified perceptions. It also contains emotion and thought. (Scn 8- 8008, p. 37) 8. means the physical universe impression on thought and it means that section of thought which has a physical universe impression on it and it has a time tag on it. (5203CM03B) FACSIMILE BANK, mental image pictures; the contents of the reactive mind; colloquially, “bank.” (PXL, p. 52)
FACSIMILE ONE, 1. the basic on the service facsimile chain. (HCL 15, 5203CM10) 2. it is called facsimile one because it is the first proven-up whole track incident which, when audited out of a long series of people, was found to alleviate such things as asthma, sinus troubles, chronic chills and a host of other ills. (HOM, p. 64) 3. the one basic engram on top of which all this life engrams are mere locks. (HYLBTL? Gloss) Abbr. Fac One.
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