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The Scientology Axioms


Axiom 30

The general rule of auditing is that anything which is unwanted and yet persists must be thoroughly viewed, at which time it will vanish.

If only partially viewed, its intensity, at least, will decrease.

Axiom 31

Goodness and badness, beautifulness and ugliness are alike considerations and have no other basis than opinion.

Axiom 32

Anything which is not directly observed tends to persist.

Axiom 33

Any as-isness which is altered by not-isness (by force) tends to persist.

Axiom 34

Any isness, when altered by force, tends to persist.

Axiom 35

The ultimate truth is a static.

A static has no mass, meaning, mobility, no wavelength, no time, no location in space, no space. This has the technical name of “basic truth.”

Axiom 36

A lie is a second postulate, statement or condition designed to mask a primary postulate which is permitted to remain.

EXAMPLES: Neither truth nor a lie is a motion or alteration of a particle from one position to another.

A lie is a statement that a particle having moved did not move, or a statement that a particle, not having moved, did move.

The basic lie is that a consideration which was made was not made or that it was different.


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