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The Dianetic Axioms


Axiom 88

An area of severe plus or minus randomity can occlude data on any of the subjects of that plus or minus randomity which took place in a prior time. (Note: Shut-off mechanisms of earlier lives, perceptics, specific incidents, etc.)

Axiom 89

Restimulation of plus, minus or optimum randomity can produce increased plus, minus or optimum randomity respectively in the organism.

Axiom 90

An area of randomity can assume sufficient magnitude so as to appear to the organism as pain, according to its goals.

Axiom 91

Past randomity can impose itself upon the present organism as THETA FACSIMILES.

Axiom 92

The engram is a severe area of plus or minus randomity of sufficient volume to cause unconsciousness.

Axiom 93

Unconsciousness is an excess of randomity imposed by a counter-effort of sufficient force to cloud the awareness and direct function of the organism through the mind’s control center.

Axiom 94

Any counter-effort which misaligns the organism’s command of itself or its environment establishes plus or minus randomity or, if of sufficient magnitude, is an engram.


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