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The Dianetic Axioms


Axiom 1

The source of life is a static of peculiar and particular properties.

Axiom 2

At least a portion of the static called life is impinged upon the physical universe.

Axiom 3

That portion of the static of life which is impinged upon the physical universe has for its dynamic goal, survival and only survival.

Axiom 4

The physical universe is reducible to motion of energy operating in space through time.

Axiom 5

That portion of the static of life concerned with the life organisms of the physical universe is concerned wholly with motion.

Axiom 6

The life static has as one of its properties the ability to mobilize and animate matter into living organisms.

Axiom 7

The life static is engaged in a conquest of the physical universe.

Axiom 8

The life static conquers the material universe by learning and applying the physical laws of the physical universe.

SYMBOL: The symbol for the LIFE STATIC in use hereafter is the Greek letter THETA.


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