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The Scientology Axioms


Axiom 17

The static, having postulated as-isness, then practices alter- isness, and so achieves the apparency of isness and so obtains reality.

Axiom 18

The static, in practicing not-isness, brings about the persistence of unwanted existences, and so brings about unreality, which includes forgetfulness, unconsciousness and other undesirable states.

Axiom 19

Bringing the static to view as-is any condition devaluates that condition.

Axiom 20

Bringing the static to create a perfect duplicate causes the vanishment of any existence or part thereof.

A perfect duplicate is an additional creation of the object, its energy and space, in its own space, in its own time using its own energy. This violates the condition that two objects must not occupy the same space, and causes the vanishment of the object.

Axiom 21

Understanding is composed of affinity, reality and communication.

Axiom 22

The practice of not-isness reduces understanding.

Axiom 23

The static has the capability of total knowingness. Total knowingness would consist of total ARC.


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