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The Scientology Axioms


Axiom 56

Theta brings order to chaos.

COROLLARY: Chaos brings disorder to theta.

Axiom 57

Order manifests when communication, control and havingness are available to theta.

DEFINITIONS: Communication: the interchange of ideas across space.

Control: positive postulating, which is intention, and the execution thereof.

Havingness: that which permits the experience of mass and pressure.

Axiom 58

Intelligence and judgment are measured by the ability to evaluate relative importances.

COROLLARY: The ability to evaluate importances and unimportances is the highest faculty of logic.

COROLLARY: Identification is a monotone assignment of importance.

COROLLARY: Identification is the inability to evaluate differences in time, location, form, composition or importance.

The above is a summary of states of being which can be used to create, cause to persist, or destroy.

Having agreed to the mechanics and retaining the agreements, the thetan can yet make innumerable postulates which by their contradiction and complexity, create, cause to persist, and destroy human behavior.


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