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The Dianetic Axioms


Axiom 20

LAMBDA creates, conserves, maintains, requires, destroys, changes, occupies, groups and disperses MEST.

LAMBDA survives by animating and mobilizing or destroying matter and energy in space and time.

Axiom 21

LAMBDA is dependent upon optimum motion. Motion which is too swift and motion which is too slow are equally contrasurvival.

Axiom 22

THETA and thought are similar orders of static.

Axiom 23

All thought is concerned with motion.

Axiom 24

The establishment of an optimum motion is a basic goal of reason.

DEFINITION: LAMBDA is a chemical heat engine existing in space and time motivated by the life static and directed by thought.

Axiom 25

The basic purpose of reason is the calculation or estimation of effort.

Axiom 26

Thought is accomplished by THETA FACSIMILES of physical universe, entities or actions.

Axiom 27

THETA is satisfied only with harmonious action or optimum motion and rejects or destroys action or motion above or below its tolerance band.


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