APIS Certified Auditor
Chris Black is a APIS Certified Class IX Auditor and Class VIII Auditor & C/S
with years of auditing and C/Sing experience, as well as 20 years on staff, pre-GAoT. He is currently an active field auditor and C/S in the Toronto area.
Chris began in Scientology in 1976 in Los Angeles while visiting his brother. Training day and night at the new LA Org, he returned to Canada where shortly after his return he left university to begin full-time as a Scientologist and staff member. His first post was course supervisor. He then worked in Qual as a professional word-clearer and cramming officer.
Chris's staff experience includes 20 years in Tech and Qual holding technical posts. He is a fully hatted Professional Word Clearer, Cramming Officer, Tech Sec, Qual Sec and course supervisor. He is a trained evaluator (DSEC), Staff Status IV, and has successfully raised stats on all posts he has held. He was the first (and only) executive to complete the WIAC (What Is a Course) program in Canada.
In addition to achieving full Class VIII auditor status, with honors, he is one of the few Class VIII C/Ses (HSST) on the planet. Chris trained pre-GAoT (Golden Age of Tech) and is fully trained and interned as an auditor and a C/S on the following:
Life Repair and Rehabilitation
Pro TRs Clay Table Auditing
Purification RD Delivery
Lower Grades and Dianetics (NED)
FPRD (False Purpose Rundown)
KTL/LOC Auditing & C/Sing
OT Setups and Debugs
OT I - IV (including reviews/repairs)
Many additional minor Rundowns
He is a specialist in reviews and repairs, debugging cases, programming and C/Sing cases, and also resolves the BPC the CoS has created due to unjust or harsh ethics actions, over-regging, incorrect programming, C/Sing or auditing, wrong indications and evaluation. He also delivers Lower Grades, NED and OT setups, OT reviews and is an expert in the area of Clear, having debugged many stalled Clear cycles/cases that upper orgs and even RTC were unable to solve.
Chris prides himself on his adherence to straight LRH tech, applying standard Scientology not only in practice, but in principle. He has blown the whistle on out-tech within the CoS as well as in the field. In fact, his KR on CoB regarding the technical degrade that was/is GAoT resulted in his being declared on trumped-up and false charges (being that it was a DM pet project and Chris showed how it was a technical degrade violating KSW as well as a host of other LRH references).
LRH states in the tape "An Afternoon at St. Hill":
"In order to make Scientology work, it is necessary to hold a standard and this standard must be held very relentlessly. And unless all the actions and all the various techniques applied can be held to a standard of rendition, then Scientology doesn't work; Scientology doesn't work if it's badly done."
Chris's purposes are to help others reach their goals in Scientology, to rehab wins that may have been bypassed due to out-tech, and to help them regain their full capabilities through discovering who and what they really are. His intentions are to be effective in auditing, to produce beneficial results and to program and audit the pc in front of him, according to the Auditor's Code.
"The various rules of the game are that it is a session, auditing is based on communication, and the PC in front of you is the PC you've got to audit. You can't audit the meter and get a Clear PC. Sooner or later, you have to face up to the fact you're auditing a PC." (From the tape "Fundamentals of Auditing")
Chris's PCs and students, including those he helped while on staff, know him for his broad outlook on Scientology, his unselfish desire to help and to see them win in life, whether in relationships, on post or in business. Chris's purpose is LRH's purpose - the freeing of the being so as to make better choices and thus live a better life and play a better game.
If you are interested in contacting Chris regarding his auditing or C/Sing services, or if he can assist you to move up the Bridge, either in auditing or training, you can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can leave a number if you wish him to call you.