SCientology

and the
Bible

There is no wisdom nor understanding
nor counsel against the Lord.
Proverbs XXI, 30.

J

SCIENTOLOGY. IS A RELIGION
Scientology is a religion in the oldest sense of the word, a study of wisdom.
Scientology is a study of man as a spirit, in his relationship to life and the
physical universe.
It is non-denominational. By that is meant that Scientology is open to people
of all religious beliefs and in no way tries to persuade a person from his religion,
but assists him to better understand that he is a spiritual being ...

Mary Sue Hubbard
from Supplement to ,. Communication"
September 1964.

Scientology
and the
Bible
A MANIFEST PARALLELING THE
DISCOVERIES OF SCIENTOLOGY
by L. RON HUBBARD
WITH THE HOLY SCRIPTURES

Compiled 0/
Catherine Briggs
Colin Chalmers
Margaret Chalmers
Doreen Elton
Gladys Goodyer
Catherine Steele
Dorothy Penberthy

THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLICATIONS WORLD WIDE

Published by

THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLICATIONS WORLD WIDE
A branch of
The Church of Scientology of California
A non-profit corporation in the USA
Registered in England
Saint Hill Manor
East Grinstead
Sussex
England

IN MEMORIAM*
To Katie Steele, who on August 8, 1966, left
her body for life elsewhere, our love and
gratitude for having concluded and piloted the
completion of this pamphlet.

-Killed by medical doctors administering an incorrect drug in Melbourne. Victoria, Australia, 1966.

Copyright © 1967 by L. Ron Hubbard
All World Rights Reserved

PrUited by The Southern Publishing Co. Ltd., North Street, Brigbto~808o4

IMPORTANT NOTE
The on!! reason a person gives up a stu& or becomes cotifused or unable to learn is
because he or she has gone past a word or ~mbol that was not understood.

Therefore, in studying Scientology be very, very certain you never go past a
word you do not fully understand. If the material becomes confusing or you
can't seem to grasp it, there will be a word just earlier that you have not
understood. Don't go any further, but go back to BEFORE you got into
trouble, find the misunderstood word and get it defined.

FOREWORD
The materials on Scientology and Dianetics used in this book are taken from
the published works of L. Ron Hubbard, Founder and developer of Scientology
and Dianetics.
The relationships drawn between these works and the Bible are those discovered by the compilers. The reader making his own studies will undoubtedly
find many more, and the magnitude of L. Ron Hubbard's contributions to
mankind will become fully apparent and appreciated.
A full list of this remarkable man's published works appears on pages H to
S9. Get these books and gain insight into your own spiritual nature.

THE HOLY SCRIPTURES

SCIENTOLOGY

THE FACTORS
(Summation of the considerations
and examinations of the human spirit
and the material universe completed
beh'Veen A.D. 1923 and 19S3).
Before the beginning was a
Cause and the entire purpose of the
Cause was the creation of effect.
1•

Proverbs, 22.
30 There is no wisdom nor undersrandin,q oor
counsel against the Lord.

St. John,
18

I.

No man hath seen God af. anf time.

St. John, I .
In the beginnlna was the Word. and the Word
lVas with God. and the Word was God.
2
The some was in the beainning with God.

2.
In the beginning and forever is
the decision and the decision is TO BE.

3 All things were made l!f him; and without
him was not 00/ thing made that was made.
... In him was life; and the life was the ]jaht
eif men.

3. The first action of beingness is
to assume a viewpoint.

S And the baht shineth
darkness comprehended it not.

.... The second action of beingness
is to extend from tbe viewpoint, points
to view, which are dimension points.

Proverbs, 8.
The_ Lord poSS4Sed me in the beainning oj
his w<!y. bejou his Ivorks oj old.
23 I was set up from eyerlasting. from the
beginnino. or eyer the eartlJ was.

s. Thus there is space created, for
the definition of space is: viewpoint of
dimension. And the purpose of a
dimension point is space and a point
of view.

24- When there were no depehs, I was brouaht
forth; when there were nofountains abounding with
water.
2 S Before the mountains wcre ~tt1ed, ~Jore
che hills was I broughtJonh :

6. The action of a dimension point
is reaching and withdrawing.

26
While as fet he had not made the earth,
nor the fields, nor che highest part oj the dust oj
the worM.

7. And from the viewpoint to the
dimension points there are connection
and interchange. Thus new dimension
points are made. Thus there is communication.

27 When hc prcpared the heavens, I was
there; when he set a compass upon the Jace of the

jlJ

darkness; and the

22

Jep,h,
28 When he established the clouds abo.,e:
when he strengthened the fountains oj the deep:

8.

And thus there is light.

29
When he gaye to the sea his decree. that
the woters should not pass his commandment: when
he appoinud the foundations of the earth:

9.

And thus there is energy.

30 Then was I bf him, 05 one brought up with
him: and I was dai!! his delight, rejoicing always
bifore him;

10.

And thus there is life.

]1
Rejoicing in the habirable part of his
earth; and my deliahr..s were with the sons of men.
32 Non therifore hearken unto me, 0 J'e
children: for blessed are th;r that keep mf wOJs.
33 Hear instruction, and be wise, and ryuse
it not.
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34 Blessed is the man that heareth me,
watching dai!!'at my gates, waiting at the posts
my doors.
3 S For whoso findeth me findeth life, and
shall obtain favour
the Lord.
36 But he that sinneth against me wrongeth
his own soul: all th:r that hate me love death.
St. Jolm, 8.
S8 Bifore Abrahamwas, I am.

if

if

St. John,

s.

26 For as the Father has life in himself; so
hath he given to the Son to have life in himself;

St. John, 8.

It is the opinions of the viewpoints that some of these forms should
endure. Thus there is survival.

H Jesus answered, If I honour myself, my
honour is nothing: it is my Father, that honoureth
me; if whomye sqy, that he isyour God:

19. And the viewpoint can never
perish; but the form can perish.

sS Yet ye have not known him; but I know
him: and if I should sqy, I know him not, I shall
be a liar like unto you 1 but I know him, and keep
his sqying.
S6 Your father Abraham rejoiced to see my
dqy: and he saw it, and was glad.
S7 Then said the Jews unto him, Thou art not
yet fif9' years old, and hast thou seen Abraham?
S8 Jesus said unto them, Veri!!', veri!!', I sqy
untoyou, Bifore Abraham was, I am.

18.

St. John, 4.

24. And the viewpoints are never
seen. And the viewpoints consider
more and more that the dimension
points are valuable. And the viewpoints
try to become the anchor points and
forget that they can create more points
and space and forms. Thus comes about
scarcity. And the dimension points can
perish and so the viewpoints assume
that they, too, can perish.

14

if

if

if

Proverbs,

2S.

Thus comes about death.

if

But whosoever drinketh
the water that I
shall give him shall never thirst; but the water that I shall give him shall be in him a well
water
springing up into everlasting life.
St. John, 8.
38 Out
his bel!!, shall flow rivers
living
water.

2 I.

The man that wandereth out cf the wqy cf
understanding shall remain in the congregation
the dead.
Psalm 69.
I
Save me, 0 God, for the waters are come
into my soul.
14 Deliver me out cf the mire, and let me not
sink: let me be delivered from them that hate me,
and out the deep waters.
I S
Let not the waterJlood overJlow me, neither
let the deep swallow me up.
16

if

if

8

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SCIENTOLOGY

THE LOGICS
LOGIC

I.

KNOWLEDGE

Proverbs,

IS

A

I.

To know wisdom and instruction;
perceive the words tif understanding;
2

WHOLE

GROUP OR SUB-DIVISION OF A GROUP

to

OF DATA OR SPECULATIONS OR CONCLUSIONS ON DATA OR METHODS OF
GAINING DATA.

Proverbs,
LOGIC 2.
BODY

OF

DATA,

ALIGNED

OR

I.

3 To receive the instruction
justice, and judgment, and equi9' ;

A BODY OF KNOWLEDGE IS A
UN-

if

wisdom,

ALIGNED, OR METHODS OF GAINING
DATA.

Proverbs,
LOGIC
BE

3.

SENSED,

MEASURED

OR

I.

4-

To give subtil9' to the simple, to the young
man knowledge and discretion.

ANY KNOWLEDGE WHICH CAN
EXPERI-

ENCED BY ANY ENTITY IS CAPABLE OF
INFLUENCING THAT ENTITY.
COROLLARY-THAT KNOWLEDGE WHICH
CANNOT BE SENSED,
EXPERIENCED

BY

MEASURED

ANY

OR

ENTITY

OR

TYPE OF ENTITY CANNOT INFLUENCE
THAT ENTITY OR TYPE OF ENTITY.

S.

LOGIC

A DEFINITION OF TERMS IS

NECESSARY

TO

STATEMENT

AND

THE

ALIGNMENT,

RESOLUTION

OF

St. Mark,

12.

Proverbs,

20.

And tho/ send unto him certain tif the
Pharisees and if the Herodians, to catch him in
his words.
I

3

SUPPOSITIONS, OBSERVATIONS, PROBLEMS

AND

SOLUTIONS

AND

THEIR

COMMUNICATION.
DEFINITION-DESCRIPTIVE

DEFINITION:

ONE WHICH CLASSIFIES BY CHARACTERISTICS,

BY

DESCRIBING

EXISTING

STATES OF BEING.
DEFINITION-DIFFERENTIATIVE
TION:

ONE WHICH

LIKENESS

TO

DEFINI-

COMPARES

EXISTING

UN-

STATES

OF

BEING OR NOT BEING.
DEFINITION-ASSOCIATIVE

DEFINITION:

ONE WHICH DECLARES LIKENESS TO
EXISTING STATES OF BEING OR NOT
BEING.
DEFINITION-ACTION DEFINITION: ONE
WHICH

DELINEATES

POTENTIAL
BEING

CHANGE

BY

INEXISTENCE,

CAUSE

CAUSE
OF

AND

STATE

OF

OF

EXISTENCE,

ACTION,

INACTION,

PURPOSE OR LACK OF PURPOSE.

LOGIC

6.

ABLE.

ABSOLUTES ARE UNOBTAIN-

9 Who can say, 1 have made my heart clean,
lam pureJrom my sin?
9

SCIENTOLOGY

THE HOLY SCRIPTURES

Proverbs,
LOGIC

7.

SARY

GRADIENT SCALES ARE NECESTO

THE

EVALUATION

OF

20 •

. 6 Most men will proclaim eve')' ooe his own
soodness: but a JaitJiful man who can find?

PROBLEMS AND THEIR DATA.

This is the tool of infinity valued
lOgic: Absolutes are unobtainable.
Terms such as good and bad, alive
and dead, right and wrong are used
only in conjunction with gradient
scales. On the scale of right and
WTong, everything above zero or
centre would be more and more
right, approaching an infinite rightness, and everything below centre
would be more and more wrong
approaching infinite wrongness. All
things assisting the survival of the
survivor are considered to be right
for the survivor. All things inhibiting
survival from the viewpoint of the
survivor can be considered wrong
for the survivor. The more a thing
assists survival, the more it can be
considered right for the survivor,
the more a thing or action inhibits
survival, the more it is wrong from
the viewpoint of the intended
survivor.
COROLLARY-ANY

DATUM

HAS

Proverbs,

2I•

Proverbs,

I).

Every w'!Y if a man is riSht in his own o/es:
but the Lord pondereth the hearts.
2

The w'!Y if life is above to the wise, that
he may depart.from hell bencath.

2+

ONLY

RELATIVE TRUTH.
COROLLARY-TRUTH
ENVIRONMENTS,

IS

RELATIVE

EXPERIENCE

TO
AND

TRUTH.

Proverbs, 15.
LOGIC

9.

28

A DATUM IS AS VALUABLE AS

The hean

if

the riShtwus studieth to

answer.

IT HAS BEEN EVALUATED.

St. John,

25

10.

The works that I do • • • they bear witness

ifme.
Proverbs, 15.
LOGIC 10.

THE VALUE OF A DATUM IS

ESTABLISHED
ALIGNMENT

BY

THE

AMOUNT

(RELATIONSHIP)

OF

3I
The ear that hearcth the rcprooJ
abideth among the wise.

IT

IMPARTS TO OTHER DATA.
LOGIC

I I.

OR FIELD

THE VALUE

OF A DATUM

OF DATA CAN

BE

ESTAB-

LISHED BY ITS DEGREE OF ASSISTANCE
IN SURVIVAL OR ITS INHIBITION TO
SURVIVAL.

10

if life

SCIENTOLOGY

THE HOLY SCRIPTURES

Proverbs,

LOGIC

12.

OR

THE VALUE OF A DATUM

A FIELD

OF DATA IS MODIFIED

2I•

Every' w'!Y if a man is right in his own '!Yes;
but the Lord pondereth the hearts.
2

Proverbs, 26.

BY THE VIEWPOINT OF THE OBSERVER.

~

Answer a fool acxording to his folly, lest he
be wise in his own conceit.

St. Luke,

LOGIC 14.
A

FACTORS INTRODUCED INTO

PROBLEM

DO

NOT

LAW

BUT

OR

SOLUTION

DERIVE

FROM

ONLY

WHICH

20.

Tell us, 0/ what authori!J' doest thou these
things? or who is he that eave thee this authorig?
2

NATURAL

AUTHORITARIAN

COMMAND, ABERRATE THAT PROBLEM
OR SOLUTION.

St. John, ~.
LOGIC 18 .... POSTULATE IS AS VALUABLE
AS IT IS WORKABLE.

THE AUDITOR'S CODE
Do not evaluate for the preclear.

But Jesus answered them,
worketh hitherto, and 1 work.
17

M'y

Father

Proverbs, 17.
He that hath knowledee spareth his words,
and a man if understandine is if an excellent
spirit.

27

Proverbs,
12

10.

Hatred stirreth up strife but love covereth

all sins.

Do not invalidate or correct the
preclear's data.
2.

3. Use the processes which improve the preclear's case.

Proverbs, I~.
if the pure are pleasant words.
St. John, 8.
7 He that is without sin amone 'you let him
cast thefirst stone at her.
26

The words

Proverbs, 16.
He that handleth a matter Wisely shall
find good.
20

Proverbs, 3.
all

once

Withhold not eood from them to whom it
is due, when it is in the power if thine hand to
do it.

Never get angry with a pre-

A sift answer turneth aw'!Y wrath: but
erievous words stir up aneer.

Always reduce every communication lag encountered by continued
use of the same question or process.

There is gold, and a multitude if rubies;
but the lips if knowledge are a precious Jewel.

4. Keep
made.

appointments

27

Proverbs,
I I.

clear.

Proverbs,

I 2.

3. Always continue a process as
long as it produces change and no
longer.
I

I

~.

I

I

20.

~

Proverbs, 16.
3 Commit th'y works unto the Lord, and to/
thouehts shall be established.

II

SCIENTOLOGY

THE HOLY SCRIPTURES

14.

Be willing to grant beingness
to the preclear.

Judge not, that ye be not judged.
2
For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall
be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall
be measured to you again.
Proverbs, 19.
liThe discretion of a ma n diferreth his
anger, and it is his glory to pass over a transgression.

~•

30 I can of mine own self do nothing: as 1
hear 1 judge; and my judgment is just; because
1 seek not mine own Will, but the will of the Father.
(010rd: Father=one who originates, calls into
being.)

St. Matthew, 7.

St. John, ~.
Never mix the processes of
Scientology with those of various other
practices.
I

tion with the preclear.

Proverbs, 14.
13 Even in laughter the heart is sorrowful;
and the end of that mirth is heaviness.

Estimate the current case of
your preclear with reality and do not
process another imagined case.

Counsel in the hean of man is like deep
water; but a man
understanding will draw it
out.

16. Maintain two-way communica-

Proverbs,
18.

THE CODE OF HONOUR
Never desert a comrade
need, in danger or in trouble.
I.

~

f?I

St. John,
in

20.

I,.

13 Greater love hath no man than this, that a
man I'!)' down his life for his friends.
Proverbs, 18.
24 There is a friend that sticketh closer than
a brother.

Proverbs,
2~

Never withdraw allegiance on~e
granted.
2.

10.

The righteous is an everlasting foundation.

Pro verbs, 3.
3. Never desert a group to which
you owe your support.

27 Withhold not good from them to whom it
is due, when it is in the power of thine hands
to do it.

St. John, ~.
41

,. Never need praise, approval or
sympathy.

I receive not honour from men.

St. John, ,.

!llj' Father

Never compromise with your
own reality.

17 But Jesus answered
worketh hitherto, and I work.

Do not give or receive communication unless you yourself desire
it.

9 lf a wise man contendeth with a foolish
man, whether he rage or laugh, there is no rest.

6.

them,

---------------------Proverbs, 29.

8.

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SCIENTOLOGY

and
9. Your
self-detenninism
your honour are more important than
your immediate life.

St. Matthew, 10.
39 He that findeth his life shall lose it and he
that loseth his life for my sake shall find it.

---------------------Ecclesiastes, 7.

10.
Your integrity to yourself is
more important than your body.

Never regret yesterday. Life is
in you today, and you make your
tomorrow.
II.

Never fear to hurt another in
a just cause.
12.

13. Don't desire to be liked or
admired.
14. Be your own adviser, keep
your own counsel and select your own
decisions.

IS.

Be true to your own goals.

THE CODE OF A SCIENTOLOGIST
I.
To hear or speak no word of
disparagement to the press, public or

1
A good name is better than precious
ointment;
Proverbs, 22.
1
A good name is rather to be chosen than
great riches, and lOVing favour rather than silver
and gold.
St. Matthew, 16.
26 For what is a man pr#ted, if he shall
gain the whole world, and lose his own soul? Or
what shall a man gi ve in exchange for his soul?

St. Matthew, 6.
Take therifore no thought for the morrow:
for the morrow shall take thought for the things
if itself·
Proverbs, 27.
1
Boast not to/ self if tomorrow; for thou
knowest not what a day m'!)' bringforth.
34

Proverbs, 12.
He that speaketh truth sheweth forth
righteousness: but a false witness deceit.
18 There is that speaketh like the piercing5
if a sword: but the tongue if the wise is health.
17

Proverbs, 27.
As the tinning pot for silver, and the furnace for gold; so is a man to his praise.
2I

Proverbs, 21.
Whoso keepeth his mouth and his tongue
keepeth his soul from trouble.
23

Proverbs, 18.
A man's be1!,y shall be satiified with the
frUit if his mouth; and with the increase if his
lips shall he be filled.
2I
Death and life are in the power if the
tongue, and th'!J' that love it shall eat the frUit
thereif·
St. Matthew, 12.
37 For 0/ to/ words thou shall be justified,
and by thy words thou shall be condemned.
(justified= cleared)
20

Proverbs, 2 I.
Whoso keepeth his mouth and his tong ue
keepeth his soul from troubles.
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THE HOLY SCRIPTURES

SCIENTOLOGY

preclears concerning any of my fellow
Scientologists, our professional organization or those whose names are closely
connected to this science, nor to place
in danger any such persons.
Proverbs,

10.

To use the best I know of
Scientology to the best of my ability
to better my preclears, groups and the
world.

The tonaue if the just is as choice silyet:
the heart if the wicked is little worth.
2I
The lips if the riahteous feed many: but
fools die for want if wisdom.

3. To refuse to accept for processing and to refuse to accept money
from any preclear or group I feel I
cannot honestly help.

A aood name is rather to be chosen than
areat riches, and loyina fayour rather than silYer
and aold.

2.

20

Proverbs, 22I

St. Matthew, 7.
I, 2,

3 and 4.

Therifore all thinas whatsoeyer ye would
that men should do to you, do ye eyen so to them:
for this is the law if the prophets.
12

4. To deter to the fullest extent of
my power anyone misusing or degrading Scientology to harmful ends.

Proverbs, 22.
24 Make no friendship with an anary man;
and with a furiOUS man shalt thou not eo :
2)
Lest thou learn his w~s. and get a snare
to to/ soul.
Proverbs, 12.
22
Iyina lips are abomination to the Lord:
but they that deal tru!y are his delight.
St. Matthew, 7.

7. To employ Scientology to the
greatest good of the greatest number
of dynamics.
To

8.

render

good

Therifore all things whatsoever ye would
that men should do to you, do ye even so to them:
for this is the law if the prophets.
12

processing.

sound training, and good discipline to
those students or peoples entrusted
to my care.
Proverbs,
To refuse to impart
personal secrets of my preclears.

I I •

the

A tale bearer reyealeth secrets: but he that
is if afaitliful spirit concealeth the matler.

To engage in no unseemly
diSputes with the uninformed on the
subject of my profession.

23 A prudent man concealeth knowledge: but
the heart iffools procIaimeth foolishness.

9.

13

Proverbs,
10.

I 2.

J

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SCIENTOLOGY

THE HOLY SCRIPTURES

THE AXIOMS OF
SCIENTOLOGY

28 And I give unto them eternal life; and they
shall never perish, neith~ shall any man pluck
them out
my hand.

St. John,

AXIOM I.

LIFE IS BASICALLY A STATIC.

10

cif

Definition: A Life Static has no
mass, no motion, no wavelength,
no location in space or in time. It
has the ability to postulate and to
perceive.

AXIOM

9.

CHANGE

IS

THE

PRIMARY

MANIFESTATION OF TIME.

AXIOM

1 I.

Ecclesiastes, 3.
To every' thing there is a season, and a time
to every' purpose under the heaven:
2
A time to be born, and a time to die; a time
to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is
planted;
3 A time to kill, and a time to heal; a time
to break down, and a time to build up;
I

THE CONSIDERATIONS RE-

SULTING IN CONDITIONS OF EXISTENCE
ARE FOUR-FOLD:

(a) AS-IS-NESS is the condition of
immediate creation without persistence, and is the condition of
existence which exists at the moment of creation and the moment of
destruction, and is different from
other considerations in that it does
not contain survival.
(b) ALTER-IS-NESS is the consideration which introduces change,
and therefore time and persistence
into an AS-IS-NESS to obtain
persistency.
(c) IS-NESS is an apparency of
existence brought about by the
continuous alteration of an AS-ISNESS. This is called, when agreed
upon, Reality.
(d) NOT-IS-NESS is the effort to
handle IS·NESS by redUcing its
condition through the use of force.
It is an apparency and cannot
entirely vanquish an IS-NESS.

AXIOM

I

J.

THE CYCLE OF ACTION OF

THE PHYSICAL UNIVERSE IS: CREATE,
SURVIVE (PERSIST), DESTROY.

St. Matthew, 26.
And behold, one
them which were with
Jesus stretched out his hand, and drew his sword,
and struck a servant
the high priest's, and smote
oJfhis ear.
51 Then said Jesus unto him, Put up again
to/ sword into his place: for all they that take
the sword shall perish with the sword.

cif

51

cif

Genesis, I I.
Terah begot Abram.
Genesis, 17.
I
And when Abram was niney- years old and
nine, the Lord appeared to Abram, and said unto
27

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SCIENTOLOGY

him, I am the AlmiBhty God; walk bifore me, and
be thou perfect.
2 And I will make my covenant between me
and thee, and will multip!>, thee exceedinB!>'.
3 And Abram fell on his face: and God talked
with him, sayinB,
4- Asfor me, behold, my covenant is with thee,
and thou shalt be afl/ther if mao/ nations.
S Neither shall thy name 00/ more be called
Abram, but to/ name shall be Abraham; for a
father if mao/ nations have I made thee.
Genesis, 25.
7 And these are the days if the years if
Abraham's life which he lived, a hundred threescore and fifteen years.
8 Then Abraham gave up the ghost, and died
in a Bood old aBe, an old man, and full ifyears;
and was Bathered to his people.
9 And his sons Isaac and Ishmael buried him
in the cave if Machpelah, in the field if Ephron
the son if Zohar the Hittite, which is bifore
Mamre;

AXIOM 15.

CREATION IS ACCOMPLISHED

BY THE POSTULATION OF AN AS-IS-

Proverbs, 8.
23 The Lord possessed me in the beBinninB
his way, bifore his works if old.

if

NESS.

AXIOM 16.

COMPLETE DESTRUCTION IS

ACCOMPLISHED BY THE POSTULATION
OF THE AS-IS-NESS OF ANY EXISTENCE
AND THE PARTS THEREOF.

AXIOM 17. THE STATIC, HAVING POSTULATED

AS_IS-NESS,

THEN

PRACTISES

St. Luke, 4-.
32 And th9' were astonished at his doctrine:
for his word was with power.
33 And in the ~naBoBue there was a man,
which had a spirit if an unclean devil, and cried
out with a loud voice,
34- SayinB, Let us alone; what have we to de
with thee, thou Jesus if Nazareth? Art thou come
to destr'?!' us? I know thee who thou art; the Ho!>,
One if God.
35 And Jesus rebuked him, sayinB' Hold thy
peace, and come out if him. And when the devil
had thrown him in the midst, he came out if him,
and hurt him not.
36 And th9' were all amazed, and spake
among themselves, saying, What a word is this I
for with authority and power he commandeth the
unclean spirits, and th9' come out.
37 And the fame if him went out into every
place if the country round about.
Proverbs, 8.
23 I was set up from everlasting, from the
beBinninB, or ever earth was.
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ALTER-IS-NESS, AND SO ACHIEVES THE
APPARENCY

OF

IS-NESS

AND

SO

OBTAINS REALITY.

AXIOM 18.

THE STATIC, IN PRACTISING

NOT-IS-NESS,

BRINGS

PERSISTENCE
ENCES,

OF

AND

UNREALITY,

ABOUT

UNWANTED

SO

BRINGS

THE
EXIST-

Proverbs, 2 I.
The men that wandereth out if the wo/
understanding shall remain in the congregation
the dead.
16

if
if

ABOUT

WHICH INCLUDES FOR-

GETFULNESS, 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 vanishment of the
object.

AXIOM

21.

POSED

OF

UNDERSTANDING IS COMAFFINITY,

COMMUNICATION.

REALITY,

AND

Proverbs, 28.
13 He that covereth his sins shall not prosper:
but whoso corifesseth and jorsaketh them shall
have merg.
Psalm 32.
Blessed is he whose transoression is joroiven,
whose sin is covered.
2
Blessed is the man unto whom the Lord
imputeth not iniqui~, and in whose spirit there is
no gUile.
3 When 1 kept silence, my bones waxed old
throuah my roarina all the do/ lana.
4- For do/ and niaht t/y' hand was heavy
upon me: my moisture is turned into the drouoht
if summer. Selah.
!j 1 acknowledaed my sin unto thee, and mine
iniqui~ have 1 not hid. 1 said, 1 will corifess my
transaressions unto the Lord; and thou joro'avest
the iniqui~ if my sin. Selah.
.
6 For this shall every one that is aodly prO]'
unto thee in a time when thou mo/est be jound:
surely in the fJoods if great waters tho/ .shaI' not
come niah unto him.
.
10 Mao/ sorrows shall be to the wicked: but
he that trusteth in the Lord, merg shall.compass
him about.
II
Be alad in the Lord, and rejoice, Je
riOhteous: and shout jor joy, all ye that are
upriOht in heart.
I

Proverbs, 4-.
7 Wisdom is the principal thina; therifore
aet wisdom: and with all t/y' gettino aet understandino·
Proverbs, 2.
I I
Discretion shall preserve thee, understandino shall keep thee:
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AXIOM 22.

THE PRACTICE OF NOT-IS-

NESS REDUCES UNDERSTANDING.

AXIOM 23,
BILITY

TOTAL

KNOWINGNESS.

TOTAL KNOWINGNESS WOULD CONSIST OF TOTAL ARC;.

St. John, 7.
Now about the midst'?! the feast Jesus went
up into the temple, and taught.
It; And the Jews marvelled, so/ing, How
knoweth this man letters, haVing never learned?
16 Jesus answered them, and said, A'£y
doctrine is not mine, but his that sent me.
17 If ao/ man will do his Will, he shall know
the doctrine, whether it be
God, or whether 1
speak
myself.
18 He that speaketh
himself seeketh his own
glol)': but he that seeketh his glol)' that sent him,
the same is true, and no unrighteousness is in him.

14

'?!

AXIOM 24.
ABOUT

TOTAL ARC WOULD BRING
,THE,

MECHANICAL

VANISHMENT

OF

CONDITIONS

'?!

'?!

THE STATIC HAS THE CAPAOF

Proverbs, 2.
To deliver thee from the wo/
the evil
man, from the man that speaketh froward things;
uprightness, to
13 Who leave the paths
walk in the lVo/S cj' darkness;
Proverbs, It;.
32 He thot r<:fuseth instruction despiseth his
own soul: but he that heareth repro,?! getteth
understanding.
St. John, 3.
20
For evel)'one that doeth evil hateth the
light, neither cometh to the light, lest his deeds
should be reproved.
12

ALL
OF

'?!

'?!

'?!

Genesis, 2.
But
the tree
the knowledge
good
and evil, thou shalt not eat'?! it: for in the do/
that thou eatest there,?! thou shalt sure!r die,
17

'?!

'?!

'?!

EXISTENCE.

AXIOM

2t;.

AFFINITY' IS

A

SCALE

OF

ATTITUDES WHICH FALLS AWAY FROM
THE

CO-EXISTENCE

THROUGH

OF

STATIC,

THE' INTERPOSITIONS

(Example,?! no eifJini9')
Proverbs, 29.
27 An unjust man is an abomination to the
just: and he that is upright in the lVo/ is abomination to the wicked.

OF

DISTANCE AND ENERGY, TO CREATE
IDENTITY, DOWN TO CLOSE PROXIMITY BUT MYSTERY.

By the practice of Is-ness (Beingness)
and Not-is-ness (refusal to Be)
individuation progresses from the
Knowingness of complete identification down through the introduction
of more and more distance and less
and less duplication, through Lookingness, Emotingness, Effortingness,
Thinkingness, Symbolizingness, Eat18

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THE HOLY SCRIPTUREs

ingness, Sexingness, and so through
to not-Knowingness (Mystery). Until
the point of Mystery is reached,
some communication is possible,
but even at Mystery an attempt to
communicate continues. Here we
have, in the case of an individual, a
gradual falling away from the belief
that one can assume a complete
Affinity down to the conviction that
all is a complete Mystery. Any
individual is somewhere on this
Know-to-Mystery scale. The original Chart of Human Evaluation
was the Emotion section of this
scale.

AXIOM

26.

REALITY IS THE AGREED-

UPON APPARENCY OF EXISTENCE.

AXIOM

27.

AN ACTUALITY CAN EXIST

FOR ONE INDIVIDUALLY, BUT WHEN
IT IS AGREED WITH BY OTHERS IT CAN

Proverbs, 23.
Remove not the old landmark; (and enter
not into thefields if thefatherless:)
10

Psalm 40.
He brought me up also out C?f'an horrible
pit, out if the mil)' c1o/' and set my feet upon a
rock, and established my goings.
2

THEN BE SAID TO BE A REALITY.

The anatomy of Reality is contained
in Is-ness, which is composed of
As-is-ness and Alter-is-ness. Is-ness
is an apparency, it is not an Actuality. The Actuality is As-is-ness
altered so as to obtain a persistency.
Unreality is the consequence and
apparency of the practice of Not-isness.

AXIOM

28.

COMMUNICATION

CONSIDERATION

AND

IS

THE

ACTION

OF

IMPELLING AN IMPULSE OR PARTICLE
FROM SOURCE-POINT ACROSS A DISTANCE TO RECEIPT-POINT, WITH THE

St. John, 4.
Come, see a man, which told* me all
things that ever 1 did.
(Oiford : tell = to discern so as to be able to so/
with certainE!', hence to distinguish; recognize;
decide; determine.)
29

*

INTENTION OF BRINGING INTO BEING
AT THE
TION

01'

RECEIPT-POINT A DUPLICATHAT

WHICH

EMANATED

FROM THE SOURCE-POINT.

The formula of Communication is:
Cause, Distance, Effect, with Attention and Duplication.
The component parts of Communication are Consideration, Intention,
Attention,
Cause,
Source-point,
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THE HOLY SCRIPTURES

Distance, Effect,
Receipt-point,
Duplication, the Velocity of the
impulse or particle, Nothingness or
Somethingness. A non-Communication consists of Barriers. Barriers
consist of Space, Interpositions (such
as walls and screens of fast-moving
particles), and Time. A Communication, by definition does not need
to be two-way. When a communication is returned, the formula is
repeated, with the receipt-point
now becoming a source-point and
the former source-point now becoming a receipt-point.
Hebrews,
AXIOM

29.

AS-IS-NESS.

IN ORDER TO CAUSE AN
TO

PERSIST,

ONE

MUST

12.

Lookina unto Jesus the author and finisher
of our faith;
2

ASSIGN OTHER AUTHORSHIP TO THE .
CREATION THAN HIS OWN.

OTHER-

WISE HIS VIEW OF IT WOULD CAUSE
ITS VANISHMENT.

Any sp.ace, energy, form, object,
individual, or physical universe condition can exist only when an
alteration has occurred of the original
As-is-ness so as to prevent a casual
view from vanishing it. In other
words, anything which is persisting
must contain a "lie" so that the
original
consideration
is
not
completely duplicated.
Isaiah, B.

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.

He shall see of the travail of his soul, and
shall be satiified: by his knowledae shall my
riahteous servant jUst!fy mao/; for he shall bear*
their iniquities.
(Oiford : uphold = keep up the spirits of a
person.)
II

*

St. John,

AXIOM

31.

GOODNESS

BEAUTIFULNESS
ALIKE

AND

AND BADNESS,
UGLINESS,

CONSIDERATIONS

AND

ARE
HAVE

NO OTHER BASIS THAN OPINION.

12.

3 Then took Mal)' a pound of ointment of
spikenard, vel)' cost!>', and anointed the feet of
Jesus, and Wiped his feet with her hair: and the
house was filled with the odour of the ointment.
4- Then saith one of his disciples, Judas
Iscariot, Simon's son, which should betro/ him,
Ii Why was not this ointment sold for three
hundred pence, and Biven to the poor?
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SCIENTOLOGY

6 This he said, not that he caredfor the poor;
but because he was a thiif, and had the baa, and
bore what was put therein.
7 Then said Jesus, Let her alone: aaainst the
day if my buryina hath she kept this.
8 For the poor always ye have with you; but
meye have not alw,!!s.

p.

AXIOM

ANYTHING WHICH IS NOT
OBSERVED

DIRECTLY

TENDS

TO

PERSIST.

33.

AXIOM

ANY AS-IS-NESS WHICH IS

ALTERED BY NOT-IS-NESS (BY FORCE)
TENDS TO PERSIST.

3S.

Psalm 39.
I was dumb with silence, I held my peace,
even from aood; and my sorrow was stirred.
3 My heart was hot within me.
2

St. John, 8.
S6 Your father Abraham rejoiced to see my
day: and he saw it, and was alad.
5"7 Then said the Jews unto him, Thou art not
vet fifY' years old,. and. h~st thou seen Abraham?
S8 Jesus said unto them, Veri!!, veri!!, 1 s'!!
unto.lou, Bifore AbrahmDwas, jam.
S9 Then they took tIp stones to cast at him:

THE ULTIMATE TRUTH IS A

6

A Static has no mass, meaning,
mobility, no wave-length, no time,
no location in space, no space.
This has the technical name of
"Basic Truth".

6

AXIOM

STATIC.

AXIOM

36.

LATE,

A LIE IS A SECOND POSTU-

STATEMENT

DESIGNED

TO

POSTULATE

OR

MASK

WHICH

CONDITION
A

IS

PRIMARY
PERMITTED

I John, S.
the Spirit· is truth ..
St. John; 14.
lam the w'!!' the truth; and the life:

Proverbs, 30.
S Every word if God is pure:· he is a shield
unto them that put their trust in him.
6 Add thou not unto his words, lest he reprove
thee, and thou befound a Bar.

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.

AXIOM

37.

WHEN A PRIMARY CON-

SIDERATION

IS

ALTERED

BUT

STILL

Proverbs, 11.
WherifoTeis there a price in the hand of a
fool w get wisdom, seeina he hath no heart wit?
16

EXISTS, PERSISTIlNCE IS ACHIEVED )lOR
21

..

SCIENTOLOGY
THE

ALTERING

THE HOLY SCRIPTURES

CONSIDERATION.

All persistence depends on the Basic
Truth, but the persistence is of the
altering consideration, for the Basic
Truth has neither persistence nor
impersistence.

AXIOM

38.

I: STUPIDITY

IS

KNOWNESS

THE

OF

UN-

CONSID-

ERATION.
2: MECHANICAL

DEFINI-

TION: STUPIDITY IS UNKNOWNESS
PLACE,

OF

TIME,

FORM

AND

THE

EXACT

Ephesians, 4.
14 That we henciforth be no more children,
tossed to and fro, and carried about with eve~
wind if doctrine, f:y the sleight if men, and cunning
creiftiness, wheref:y th'J' lie in wait to deceive:
I S
But speaking the truth in love, mo/ grow
up into him in all things, which is the head, even
Christ :

EVENT.
I : TRUTH

\S

CONSIDERATION.
2: TRUTH

IS

THE

EXACT

TIME, PLACE, FORM AND
EVENT.

Thus we see that failure to discover
Truth brings about stupidity.
Thus we see that the discovery of
Truth would bring about an As-isness by actual experiment.
Thus we see that ultimate truth
would have no time, place, form or
event.
Thus, then, we perceive that we can
achieve a persistence only when we
mask a truth.
Lying is an alteration of time, place,
event, or form.
Lying becomes Alter-is-ness, becomes Stupidity.
(The blackness of cases is an accumulation of the case's own or another's
lies). Anything which persists must
avoid As-is-ness. Thus, anything, to
persist, must contain a lie.

AXIOM

39.

LIFE POSES PROBLEMS FOR

ITS OWN SOLUTION.

AXIOM

46.

PROBLEM

THETA.
BY

ITS

CAN

BECOME

A

CONSIDERATIONS,

BUT THEN BECOMES MEST.

St. John, 8.
32 And ye shall know the truth, and the truth
shall makeyou free.
Proverbs, 3.
3 Let not mer')' and truth forsake thee: bind
them about tl!}' neck; write them upon the table if
thine heart:
(Re blackness cd' cases. )
Job, 24.
I
Wo/' seeing times are not hidden from the
Almigh9" do th'J' that know him not see his do/s?
13 Th'J' are if those that rebel against the
light; th'J' know not the IVo/S thereif, nor abide
in the paths thereof.

Psalm 43.
Judge me, a God, and plead my cause
against an ungod!!, nation: a deliver me from the
deceiiful and unjust man.
I

St. Matthew, I3.
7 And some fell among thorns; and the thorns
sprung up, and choked them.

SCIENTOLOGY

THE HOLY SCRIPTURES

A problem is to some degree MEST.
MEST is a problem.
St. John,
AXIOM

4-7.

14-.

RESOLVE

He that believeth on me, the works that I
do shall he do also; the Breater works than these
shall he do.

LIFE IS A GAME WHEREIN

Labour not for the meat which perisheth,
but for that meat which endureth unto everlastinB
life.

THETA

CAN

PROBLEMS.

12

St. John, 6.
AXIOM 4-8.
THETA

AS

THE

STATIC

SOLVES

THE

PROBLEMS OF THETA AS MEST.

27

St. Matthew, 7.
AXIOM 4-9.
IS

TO SOLVE ANY PROBLEM IT

ONLY

NECESSARY

THETA, THE SOLVER,

TO

BECOME

7 Ask, and it shall be Biven you; seek, and ye
shal1find; knock, and it shall be opened untoyou:

St. Matthew,

RATHER THAN

20

if ye

Proverbs,
AXIOM

5 I.

POSTULATES AND LIVE COM-

MUNICATION NOT BEING MEST AND
BEING SENIOR TO MEST CAN ACCOMPLISH

CHANGE

IN

MEST

THUS AUDITING CAN OCCUR.

I.

5 A wise man will hear, and wilJ increase
learninB; and a man <if understandinB shall attain
unto wise counsels:

WITHOUT

BRINGING ABOUT A PERSISTENCE OF
MEST.

17.

have faith as a wain <if mustard
seed,ye shall say unto this mountain, Remove hence
to yonder place; and it shall remove; and nothinB
shall be impOSSible untoyou.

THETA, THE PROBLEM.

I

Corinthians, 3.

For what man knoweth the thinBs
man, save the spirit <if man which is in him?
I I

St. John,

<if

a

4-.

36 And he that reapeth receiveth waBes, and
Bathereth fruit unto life eternal: that both he that
soweth and he that reapeth mo/ rejoice tOBether.
37 And herein is that so/inB true, One
soweth, and anoiher reapeth.
38 / sent you to reap that whereon ye bestowed
no labour: other'men iaboured. and ye are entered
into their labours.

Proverbs,
AXIOM

52.

MEST PERSISTS AND SOLIDI-

FIES TO THE DEGREE THAT IT IS NOT
GRANTED LIFE.

Fools despise wisdom and instruction.
22
How 10nB' ye simple ones, will ye love
simplici9'? and the scorners deliBht in their
scorninB, and fools hate knowledBe?

Proverbs,
AXIOM

53.

A STABLE DATUM IS NECES-

SARY TO THE ALIGNMENT OF DATA.

AXIOM 54-. A TOLERANCE OF CONFUSION
AND AN AGREED-UPON STABLE DATUM
ON WHICH TO ALIGN THE DATA IN A
CONFUSION ARE AT ONCE NECESSARY
FOR A SANE REACTION ON THE EIGHT
DYNAMICS.

THIS DEFINES SANITY.

J.

7

22.

Remove not the ancient landmark, which
thyfathers have set.
28

St. John, J9.
5 Then came Jesus forth, wearinB the crown
<if thorns, and the purple robe. And Pi/ate saith
unto them, Behold the man!
6 When the chig prie~'ts ther~fore and '!fficers
saw him, they cried out, so/inB, Crucify him,
crucify him. Pilote soith unto them, Take ye him,
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THE HOLY SCRIPTURES

and crucify him:for Ifind no fault in him.
7 The Jews answered him, We have a law, and
by our law he ouaht to die, because be made himself
the Son if God.
8 When Pilate therifore heard that sayina, he
was the more '!froid;
9 And went aaain into the judament hall, and
saith unto Jesus, Whence art thou? But Jesus aave
him no answer.
10
Then saith Pilate unto him, Speakest thou
not unto me? knowest thou not that I have power
to crucify thee, and have power to release thee?
II
Jesus answered, Thou couldst have no
power at all aaainst me, except it were aiven thee
from above: therifore he that delivered me unto
thee hath the areater sin.

St. John, 8.
AXIOM

S6.

THETA BRINGS ORDER TO

CHAOS.

Corollary: Chaos brings disorder to
theta.

32 Andye shall know the truth and the truth
shall makyoufree.
St. John, 3.
2I
But he that doeth truth cometh to the liaht,
that his deeds may be made manifest.
St. John, 6.
63 It is the spirit that qUickneth; the .flesh
preifiteth nothina: the words that I speak unto you,
thlJ' are spirit, and thlJ' are life.
I Corinthians, 14.
33 For God is not the author if cozifusion, but
if peace, as in all churches if the saints.

AXIOM

S7.

ORDER MANIFESTS WHEN

COJ>1MUNICATION,
HAVINGNESS

ARE

CONTROL
AVAILABLE

AND
TO

THETA.

Definition:
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.

St. John, 13.
14 Ye also ouaht to wash one another'sfeet.
I S
For I have aiven you an example, that ye
should do as I have done toyou.
17 Ifye know these thinas, happy are ye ifye
do them. (Touch aSSist)
St. John, 13.
34 A new commandment I aive unto you, That
ye love one another; as I have loved you, that ye
also love one another.
3 S By this shall all men know that ye are my
disciples, ifye have love one to another.
Proverbs,

AXIOM

S8.

INTELLIGENCE AND JUDG-

MENT 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 mono-

20.

S Counsel in the heart if man is like deep
water; but a man if understandina will draw it out.
St. John, S.
27 And hath aiven him authori~ to execute
Judament also, because he is the Son if man.
St. John, S.
30 1 con ifmine own self donothina; as 1hear,

SCIENTOLOGY

tone assignment of importance.
Corollary: Identification is the inability to evaluate differences in
time, location, form, composition
or importances.

THE HOLY SCRIPTURES

I judae: and my judament is just; because I seek
not mine own will, but the will <if the Father.

God, Supreme Being.
"Science <if Survival" A.D. I9.P
One might postulate two more
realities. The first is that of the
Supreme Being. No culture in the
history of the world, save the thoroughly depraved and expiring ones, has
failed to affirm the existence of a
Supreme Being. It is an empirical
observation that men without a strong
and lasting faith in a Supreme Being
are less capable, less ethical, and less
valuable to themselves and society. A
government wishing to deprave its
people to the point where they will
accept the most perfidious and rotten
acts abolishes first the concept of God;
and in the wake of that destroys the
family, with free love; the intellectual,
with police-enforced idiocies; and so
reduces a whole population to an
estate somewhat below that of dogs.
A man without an abiding faith is, by
observation alone, more of a thing than
a man. Modern science, producing
weapons for the annihilation of men,
women, and children in wholesale lots,
has solidly run itself aground on the
reef of Godlessness. Modern science
has gone so far as to advocate the rise
of man from mud and clay alone; has
denied to him even a semblance of a
soul; and so has not only solved none of
the problems of the humanities, but
has aided and abetted Godless totalitarian governments which seek nothing
less than the engulfment and enslavement of all men and the extinguishment of every spark of decency in the
breast of every human being. These
two tracks which have led away from
the affirmation of the existence of a
Supreme Being-modern science and
totalitarianism-are bringing man into
a machine-like state of being where the

The Song of Moses
Deuteronomy, 32.
Give ear, 0 ye heavens, and I will speak; and
hear, 0 earth, the words <if my mouth.
2
My doctrine shall drop as the rain, my speech
shall distil as the dew, as the small rain upon the
tender herb, and as the showers upon the grass:
3 Because I will publish the name <if the Lord:
ascribeye greatness unto our God.
... He is the Rock, his work is pe1ect: for all
his w'!Ys are judgment: a God <if truth and lvithout
iniqui9', just and right is he.
7 Remember the d'!Ys <if old, consider the years
<if maI!J generations: ask to/ father, and he will
shew thee; to/ elders, and th9' will tell thee.

Proverbs,

2I•

30 There is no wisdom nor understandina
against the Lord.
Proverbs, 29.
18 Where there is no vision, the people perish:
but he that keepeth the law, happy is he.

Psalm 33.

By the word <if the Lord were the heavens
made; and all the host <if them by the breath c?f
his mouth.
6

Proverbs,
I I

<iflife.

The mouth

10.

<if the righteous man

is a well

SCIENTOLOGY

THE HOLY SCRIPTURES

ideal has become a lump of muscle,
greasy with sweat, or a grimy mechanic
serving a howling monster of steel. The
arts, the humanities, and the decencies
are fallen away from, until they are like
tiny stars shining across a great, black
void. The abandonment of the admission of a Supreme Being as a reality,
intimate to the life of man, makes prostitution the ideal conduct of a woman;
perfidy and betrayal the highest ethic
level attainable by a man; and obliteration by treachery, bomb, and gun the
highest goal attainable by a culture.
Thus, there is no great argument about
the reality of a Supreme Being, since
one sees, in the failure to countenance
that reality, a slimy and loathsome trail,
downward into the most vicious depths.
The theta universe is a postulated
reality for which there exists much
evidence. If one were going to draw a
diagram of this, it would be a triangle
with the Supreme Being at one corner,
the MEST universe at another, and the
theta universe at the third. Too much
evidence is forthcoming in research to
permit us to overlook this reality.
Indeed, the assumption of this reality
is solving some of the major problems
of the humanities and fills in many gaps
which existed formerly in the theory
of the engram. (pp.98-99)

Proverbs, 12.
He that speaketh truth sheweth forth
righteousness.
Proverbs, 12.
19
The lip if truth shall be established for
eyer.
Proverbs, I 2.
28 In the wo/ if righteousness is life; and in
the pathw'!y thereif there is no death.
17

Truth.
The highest level of the scale contains the faculty of communicating
completely and withholding nothing;
also the ability to communicate with
complete rational selectivity; also the
ability to be conversationally creative
and constructive.
At this high level of the scale, the
individual is able to listen to everything
which is said and evaluate it rationally.
He can listen to entheta communications without becoming severely enturbulated. He can receive ideas without
making critical or derogatory comments. And, while receiving another
person's ideas, he can greatly aid that

*

St. John, 8.
32 And ye shall know the truth, and the truth
shall make,You free.
St. John, 14.
16 And I will pro/ the Father, and he shall
giyeyou another Comforter, that he mo/ abide with
you for eyer;
17 Eyen the Spirit if truth; whom the world
cannot receiye, because it seeth him not, neither
knoweth him: but ye know him; for he dwelleth
withyou, and shall be in you.
18 I will not leayeyou comfortless.
26 But the Comforter, which is the Ho!J
Ghost, whom the Father will send in my name, he
shall teach you all things, and bring all things to
your remembrance, whatsoeyer 1 have said untoyou.

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person's thinking and talking. (p.87)
Truth is actually a relative quantity;
it could be said to be the most reasonable existing data about any body of
facts.
Truth, as a manifestation of human
conduct, would be the holding or
voicing of facts as one knows them and
refusal to utter or hold statements contrary to what one knows. (p. I 33)
*Entheta: enturbulated Theta.
Theta is the Scientology word for
thought or life, taken from the Greek.
Enturbulate means to cause to be
turbulent or agitated and disturbed.

AXIOM

38.

I:

2.

35".

Truth is the exact
Consideration.
Truth is the exact time,
place, form and event.

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St. John, 16.
7 Nevertheless I tell .You the truth; It is
expedient Jar .You that I go aw'!}': Jar if I go not
aw'!}', the ComJorter will not come unto'you; but if
I depart, I will send him unto.You.
8 And when he is come, he will reprove the
world if sin, and if righteousness, and if judgment:
9 OJ sin, because they believe not on me;
10
OJ righteousness, because I go to m'y
Father, and'ye see me no more;
I I
OJ judgment, because the prince if this
world is judged.
12
I'yet have mao/ things to s'!}' unto.You, but
'ye cannot bear them now.
13 Howbeit when he, the Spirit if Truth, is
come, he will gUide'you into all truth: Jar he shall
not speak if himself; but whatsoever he shall hear,
that shall he speak: and he will shew'you things
to come.
St. John, 3.
But he that doeth truth cometh to the light,
that his deeds m'!}' be made manifest.
Proverbs, 16.
1000 B.C.
6 B'y mercy and truth iniquiry' is purged; and
by theJear if the Lord men departJrom evil.
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THE ULTIMATE TRUTH IS A

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A Static has no mass, meaning, mobility, no wave-length, no time, no location in space, no space. This has the
technical name of "Basic Truth".

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STATIC.

Why audit? *
38. Thus, then, we perceive
that we can achieve a persistence only
when we mask a truth.
AXIOM

38. Thus we see that the discovery of Truth would bring about an
As-is-ness by actual experiment.
AXIOM

*Auditing means listening, basically.

St. John, 14.
I am the w'!}', the truth, and the life:
I John, 5".
the Spirit is truth.

Proverbs, 28.
700 B.C.
13 He that covereth his sins shall not prosper:
but whoso corifesseth and Jorsaketh them shall have
mercy.
Psalm 32.
1040 B. C.
Blessed is the man unto whom the Lord
imputeth no iniquiry', and in whose spirit there is
no gUile.
3 When I kept silence, m'y bones waxed old
through m'y roaring all the d'!}' long.
4 For d'!}' and night to/ hand was hea')' upon
me: m'y moisture is turned into the drought if
2

summer.
5" I acknowledged m'y sin unto thee, and mine

iniquiry' have I not hid. I said, I will corifess m'y

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transsressions unto the Lord; and thou forsavest
the iniqui9' oj my sin.
"The Creation oj Human Abili9''' I9S4.
The curse of this world is not actually
its atom bomb, though that is bad
enough. The curse of this world is the
irresponsibility of those who, seeking
to study but one universe, the physical
universe, try to depress all beings
down to the low order or mechanically motivated, undreaming, unaesthetic things. Science as a word has
been disgraced, for the word science
means truth and truth means light. A
continual fixation and dependence upon
only one universe while ignoring the
other two universes leads to darkness,
to despair, to nothingness. There is
nothing wrong with the physical universe; one should not cease to observe
the phYSical universe, but one certainly
should not concentrate upon it so that
he can agree with it and its laws only.
He has laws of his own. It is better, far
better, for the individual to concentrate upon his own universe than to
concentrate upon the MEST universe,
but this in itself is not the final answer.
A balance is achieved in the three universes and certainty upon those universes.
All control is effected by introducing'
uncertainties and hidden influences.
"Look how bad it is over there, so
you'll have to look back at me." This
slavery is effected solely by getting
people to fix on one thing. That one
thing in this case is the physical universe. Science, so called, today produces machines to blow your nose,
produces machines to think for you,
produces every possible argument as to
why you should consider your body
frail and unexpendable. Science, under
the domination of capital, creates
scarcity. It creates a scarcity of universes in fixing one upon one universe
only. Those things which are scarce
are those things which the individual
has lost his faith in creating, in having.

Proverbs, I 8.
A man's bel[y shall be satiified with the
frUit oj his mouth; and with the increase oj his lips
shall he befilled.
2I
Death and life are in the power oj the
tonsue: and tho/ that love it shall eat the fruit
thereof·
Proverbs, 23.
23 B!!)' the truth, and sell it not; also Wisdom,
and instruction, and understandins.
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An individual who cannot create has to
hold onto what he has. This leads him
into holding onto what he had. Where
he has had a certainty in the past that
something existed, he begins to grip it
closer and closer to him; his space
lessens, his beingness lessens, he becomes less active. The reactive mind
that cannot create children, has lost its
hope of creation. It then can influence
the analytical mind into believing that
it can no longer create. The analytical
mind creating artistically in the MEST
universe and not in its own universe at
all, and not in other people's universes
that it can recognize, goes down scale
until it meets on its OVlill level the
reactive mind. And here at this level
we find the enslaver, the person who
makes things scarce, the fellow who
uses his ethics, so called, to enforce his
crude judgments and to make things out
of beings that could be men.
Here, where the reactive mind and
the analytical mind have come into a
parity, we have the only effect that can
be produced-the effect of pain. Where
we have an active desire for pain masking in a thousand guises, where every
good impulse high on the scale is
turned into a mockery, here we have
crime, here we have war. These things
are not awareness. These things merely
act on a stimulus-response mechanism.
Up scale is the high, bright, breadth of
being, breadth of understanding,
breadth of awareness. To get there all
one must do is to become aware of the
existence of the three universes by
direct observation. (pp. 2 24--2 26)

What makes auditing possible?
AXIOM

S I.

POSTULATES

COMMUNICATION
AND

BEING

NOT

SENIOR

TO

AND

LIVE

BEING

MEST

MEST

CAN

ACCOMPLISH CHANGE IN MEST WITHOUT BRINGING ABOUT A PERSISTENCE
OF

MEST.

OCCUR.

THUS

AUDITING

CAN

Proverbs, 13.
14- The law tif the wise is a fountain tifl!fe,
to depart from the snares tif death.
Proverbs, 20.
S Counsel in the heart tif man is like deep
water; but a man tif underst.mdina will draw it
out.
Isaiah, B.
I I
He shall see to the travail tif his soul, and
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righteous servant justify maI"!J'; for he shall bear
their iniquities.

St. John,

if

10.

if

37
1 do not the works
my Father, believe
me not.
38 But
1 do, though ye believe not me,
believe the works: that ye m'!Y know, and believe,
that the Father is in me, and I in him.

if

St. John,

10.

32 Jesus answered them, MaI"!J' good works
have I shewed .lou from my Father; for which
those works doye stone me?

if

St. John, 9.
16 How can a man that is a sinner do such
miracles?

St. John,

10.

if
if

Others said, These are not the words
him that hath a devil. Can a devil open the '!Yes
the blind?
St. John, 9.
30 The man answered and said unto them,
herein is a marvellous thing, that ye know
not from whence he is, and .let he hath opened
mine '!Yes.
3 I Now we know that God heareth not
sinners: but
aI"!J' man be a worshipper
God,
and doeth his will, him he heareth.
32 Since the world began was it not heard
that aI"!J' man opened the '!Yes
one that was born
blind.
33
this man were not
God, he could do
nothing.
2I

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if

if

if

if

if

What is an auditor?
An auditor is one who listens: a
person trained to apply Scientology
techniques to better the condition of
others.

People who have practised listening-auditingI.
Jesus
2.
Solomon
3. Isaiah
(possibly others).

St. Luke,

2.

4-0 And the child grew, and waxed strong in
God
spirit, filled with wisdom: and the grace
was upon him.
4-1 Now his parents went to Jerusalem eve!!'
.lear at thefeast the passover.
4-2 And when he was twelve years old, th'!)'
went up to Jerusalem c:fter the custom the east.
4-3 And when th'!)' had fulfilled the d'!Ys, as
th'!)' returned, the child Jesus tarried behind in
Jerusalem; and Joseph and his mother knew not
ifit.
4-4- But th'!Y' supposing him to have been in

if

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if

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the company, went a day's journt;r ; and tht;r sought
him among their kinifolk and acquaintance.
45 And when tht;rfound him not, tht;r turned
back again to jerusalem, seeking him.
46 And it came to pass, that tifter three days
tht;r found him in the temple, sitting in the midst
if the doctors, both hearing them, and asking them
questions.
47 And all that heard him were astonished at
his understanding and answers.
48 And when tht;r saw him, tht;r were amazed:
and his mother said unto him, Son, why hast thou
thus dealt with us? behold, t'!J father and I have
sought thee sorrowing.
49 And he said unto them, How is it that ye
sought me? Wist ye not that I must be about my
Father's business?
50 And tht;r understood not the saying which
he spake unto them.

Proverbs,

2 I.

30 There is no wisdom nor counsel against
the Lord.

Proverbs, 14.
'!f the prudent is to understand

8 The wisdom
his way.

Proverbs, 16.
The highway if the upright is to depart
from evil: he that keepeth his way preserveth his
soul.
17

Isaiah, B.
He shall see if the travail if his soul, and
shall be satiped: by his knowledge shall my
righteous servant justify many; for he shall bear
their iniqlIities.
I I

St. John, 5.

30 I can if mine own self do nothing: as I
hear, I jlIdge: and my jlIdgment is just; becallse I
seek not mine own will, but the will if the Father.

St. John, 5.
27 He hath given him allthori9' to exeClIte
judgment also, because he is the son if man.

St. John, 6.
63 It is the spirit that qUickeneth; the Jlesh
pT<fiteth nothing: the words that I speak lInto yOlI,
tht;r are spirit, and tht;r are life.

St. John, 4.
Come, see a man, which told* me all
things that ever I did.
*(Oiford : told=to discern so as to be able to say
with knowledfle or certain9'.)
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Proverbs, 3.
27 Withhold not aoodfrom them to whom it is
due, when it is in the power if thine hand to do it.

Religion-Religious Philosophy.
"The Creation if Human Abili~y" 1954-.
Scientology has accomplished the
goal of religion expressed in all
man's written history, the freeina if the
soul by wisdom.
It is a far more intellectual religion

than that known to the West as late
as 1950. (p.I80)
The cold brutality of scientific
method fails far back, almost at the
starting point. (p. I 8 I)

Proverbs,

2.

When wisdom entereth into thine heart,
and knowledae is pleasant unto to/ soul;
I I
Discretion shall preserve thee, understandina shall keep thee:
Proverbs, 3.
13 Happy is the man that findetb wisdom,
and the man that aetteth understandina.
14- For the merchandise if it is better than
the merchandise if Silver, and the aain thereof than
fine aold.
IS She is more predous than rubies: and all
the thinas thou canst desire are not to be compared
unto her.
Proverbs, 4-.
5 Get Wisdom, aet understandina: foraet it
not; neither decline from the words if my mouth.
6 Forsake her not, and she shall preserve thee.
7 Wisdom is the prindpal thina; therifore
aet wisdom: and with all to/ aettina aet understandina·
8 Exalt her, and she shall promote thee: she shall
brina thee to honour, when thou dost embrace her.
St. John, 8.
5I
Veri!r, veri!r, I s'!Y unto you, if a man
keep my s'!Yina, he shall never see death.
10

Proverbs, 9.
The fear if the Lord is the beninninn if
wisdom: and the knowledne if the ho!r is understandina·
(fear=reaard with reverence and awe)
10

Knowing.
Who is to say whether man will
benefit from all this knowledge hardly
won ? You are the only one who can
say.
Observation, application, experience
and test will tell you if the trek has been
made and the answer found. For this
is the science * of knowing how to
know. It is a science which does not
include within it cold and musty data,
data to be thrust down the throat without examination and acceptance. This
is the track of knOWing how to know.
Travel it and see. (p. I 82)
·1954

9 Throunh
delivered.

Proverbs,

I I.

knowledne

shall

Proverbs,

22.

the

just

be

Bow down thine ear, and hear the words if
the Ivise, and app!r thine heart unto my knowledne.
I

7

Proverbs, 9.
10

The knowledne if the ho!r is understandina·

St. John, 9.
2S

One thina 1 know, that, whereas 1 was
blind, now I see.

St. John, 8.
55 Yet ye have not known him; but 1 knolV
him; and if I should say, 1 know him not, 1 shall be
a liar like unto you; but I know him, and keep his
s'!Yina·

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St. John,

12.

50 And I know that his commandment is life
everlastina·

Certainty and Sanity.

Beingness.

Scientology is the science of knowledge, it contains many parts. Its most
fundamental division is Scientology
itself and Para-Scientology. Under
Scientology we group those things of
which we can be certain and only those
things of which we can be certain.
Knowledge itselfis certainty; knowledge
is not data. Knowingness itself is certainty. Sanity is certainty, providing
only that that certainty does not fall
beyond the conviction of another when
he views it. To obtain a certainty one
must be able to observe. But what is
the level of certainty we require? And
what is the level of observation we
require for a certainty or a knowledge
to exist? If a man can stand before a
tree and by sight, touch, or other perception know that he is confronting a tree
and be able to perceive its form and be
quite sure he is confronting a tree, we
have the level of certainty we require.
(p.187)
We have here, then a parallel be-'
tween certainty and sanity.
The less certain the individual on any
subject, the less sane he could be said
to be upon that subject; the less certain he is of what he views in the
material universe, what he views in his
own or the other fellow's universe, the
less sane he could be said to be.
The road to sanity is demonstrably
the road to increasing certainty. Starting at any level, it is only necessary to
obtain a fair degree of certainty on the
MEST universe to improve considerably one's beingness. Above that, one
obtains some certainty of his own
universe and some certainty of the
other fellow's tmiverse.
Certainty, then, is clarity of observation. Of course above this, vitally so,
is certainty in creation. Here is the
artist, here is the master, here is the
very great spirit.

Proverbs, 18.
Whoso findeth a wife findeth a Bood thinB,
and obtainethfavour the Lord.
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if

St. John,

2.

48 Bifore that Philip called thee, when thou
wast under the fiB tree, I saw thee. (verses 43-50
ver!fy this)

St. John, 4.
50 Jesus saith unto him, Go to/ w'!}'; to/ son
liveth. (verses 51, 52, 53 verify thiS.)

St. John, 7.
+6 The cdJi.cers answered, Never man spake
like this man.
St. John, 6.
2
And a Breat multitude followed him,
because tho/ saw his miracles which he did on them
that were diseased.

St. John, 8.
14 Jesus answered and said unto them,
ThouBh I bear record if T1!.yself, yet my record is
true: for 1 know whence I came, and whither 1 BO;
butye cannot tell whence 1 come, and whither 1 BO.
St. John, 8.
58 Bifore Abraham was, 1 am.

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As one advances he discovers that
what he first perceived as a certainty
can be considerably improved. Thus
we have certainty as a gradient scale.
[t is not an absolute, but it is defined as
the certainty that one perceives or the
certainty that one creates what one
perceives or the certainty that there is
perception. Sanity and perception,
certainty and perception, knowledge
and observation, are then all of a kind,
and amongst them we have sanity.
(p.19 0)

Improvement.
What will SCientology do? It has
already been observed by many who
are not that doubtful thing, the" qualified observer", that people who have
travelled a road toward certainty improve in the many ways people consider it desirable to improve. (p. 19 I)

Awareness in Three Universes.
Simplicity, it would be suspected,
would be the keynote of any process,
any communications system, which
would deliver into a person's hands the
command of his own beingness. The
simplicity consists of the observation
of three universes. The first step is the.
observation of one's own universe and
what has taken place in that universe in
the past. The second step would be
observation of the material universe
and direct consultation with it to discover its forms, depths, emptinesses
and solidities. The third step would be
the observation of other people's
universes or their observation of the
MEST universe, for there are a multitude of viewpoints of these three
universes. (p. 191)

Understanding.
It is very puzzling to people at higher
levels of awareness why people behave
toward them as they do; such higher
level people have not realized that they

Psalm 18.
For I have kept the w'9's
the Lord, and
have not wicked!J departed Jrom my God.
24- Therifore hath the Lord recompensed me
according to my righteousness, according to the
cleanness my hands in his o/esight.
28 For thou wilt light my candle: the Lord my
God will enlighten my darkness.
29 For by thee I have run through a troop;
and i;y ''!Y God have I leaped over a wall.

if

21

if

Proverbs, 19.
23 The fear if the Lord tendeth to life: and he
that hath it shall abide saaped ; he shall not be
visited with evil.

Job,17.
eire. 1520B.C.
Are there not mockers with me? and doth not
mine o/e continue in their provocation?
4- For thou hast hid their heart from understanding.
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are not seen, much less understood.
People at low levels of awareness do
not observe, but substitute for observation preconceptions, evaluation and
suppositions, and even physical pain by
which to attain their certainties.
(p.193)

St. John, 3.
Veri!.r, veri!.r. I sqy unto thee, We speak
that we do knoll', and test!fy that we have seen;
andye receive not our Witness.

Self-Determined Certainty.

Psalm 91.
He that dwelleth in the secret place
most HiSh shall abide under the shadow
AlmiSh!y.

The self-determined certainty carries
one into high echelons. (p.193)

Uncertainty-What it is.
An uncertainty is the product of two
certainties.
One can be sure that something is
and one can be sure that something is
not. Where these two certainties of
something and nothing are concerned
with and can vitally influence one's
continuance in a state of beingness or
where one merely supposes they can
influence such a state of beingness, a
condition of anxiety arises. Thus
anxiety, indecision, uncertainty, a
state of "maybe", can exist only in the
presence of poor observation or the
inability to observe. (P.195)

Analytical Mind. Awareness
of Awareness Unit. Spirit.
We face, then, two general types of
mind. One is an analytical thing which
depends for its conclusions upon perception or even creation of things to
perceive and bases its judgment on
observation in terms of three universes.
This we call the "analytical mind".
We could also call it the spirit. We
could also call it the "awareness of
awareness unit". We could call it the
conscious individual himself in the best
of his beingness. We could call it the
mathematical term thetan. Whatever
its name we could have precisely the
same thing, a viewpoint capable of
creation and observation of things
created which concludes and directs
action in tenns of the existing state of
three universes, as they are observed
directly.

1I

if the
if the

Romans, 14.
For the Kinsdom
God is not meat and
drink, but rishteollsness and peace and joy in the
ho!.r spirit.

if

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St. Luke, 17.
The Kinsdom God is withinyou.
1 Corinthians, 2.
II
For what man knoweth the thinss a man,
save the spirit man which is in him?
Zechariah, 12.
I
The burden if the word if the Lord for
Israel, saith the Lord, which stretcheth forth the
heavens. and lqyeth the foundation
the earth,
and formeth the spirit if man within him.
Ecclesiastes, 12.
7 Then shall the dust return to the earth as it
was: and the spirit shall return unto God who
save it.

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Reactive Mind.
The other type of mind resembles
nothing if not an electronic brain. It
receives its data in terms of conviction,
delivered by force. It is directed by
and reacts to hidden influences rather
than observed influences and is, to a
large extent, the reverse image and has
reverse intentions to the analytical
mind. This we call the reactive mind.
It is an actual entity and it operates in
terms of experience and theory. It sets
up thinking machinery around uncertainties and the course of its thinking
is downward. It seeks to direct and
dictate out of pain and the effort to
avoid pain.
The primary difference between
these nvo "minds" is that one, the
analytical mind, is without finite duration, and the other, the reactive mind,
is susceptible to death. (p.196)

IS

Survival is the Common Goal.
The goals of the two minds are not
separate goals. The reactive mind is a
makeshift effort on the part of the
viewpoint to perceive things which it
believes to be unperceivable except by
comparison of uncertainties.
Both
minds are seeking to persist and endure
through time, which is to say, survive.
The analytical mind can, unless it becomes too uncertain and by that uncertainty has set up too many reactive·
mechanisms, persist indefinitely. The
reactive mind pursues the cycle of life
span.
The analytical mind seeks by creation
to cause an effect; the reactive mind
seeks by duplication, borrowing, and
experience to cause an effect. Both
minds, then, are seeking to cause an
effect, and this is their entire motivation for action.
Each of the three universes seeks to
persist indefinitely. Each is continuously caused, and each is continually
receiving an effect. Each has its own
adjudication of what it should receive
as an effect and what it should cause.
Time itself consists of a continuous

51. John, 8.
Ye judge after theflesh;

Proverbs, 10.
The proverbs if Solomon. A wise son
maketh a glad father; but a foolish son is the
heavines& if his mother.
2
Treasures if wickedness prifit nothing; but
righteousness delivereth from death.
3 The Lord will not suffer the soul if the
righteous to famish; but he casteth awo/ the
substance if the wicked.
4- He becometh poor that dealeth with a slack
hand: but the hand if the diligent maketh rich.
S He that gathereth in summer is a wise son:
but he that sleepeth in harvest is a son that causeth
shame.
6 BlesSings are upon the head if the just; but
violence covereth the mouth if the wicked.
7 The memolJ' if the just is blessed; but the
name if the wicked sholl rot.
8 The wise in heart will receive commandments: but a prating fool shall fall.
9 He that walketh upright!r walketh sure!r:
but he that perverteth his wo/s shall be known.
10
He that winketh with the o/e causeth
sorrow; but a prating fool shall fall.
liThe mouth if a righteous man is a well if
life: but violence covereth the mouth if the wicked.
12
Hatred stirreth up strifes: but love
coyueth a II si ns.
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interaction of the universes. Each may
have its own space; each has its own
particular energy. (p.198)

13
In the lips if him that hath understandinn
wisdom isJound: but a rod isJar the back if him
that is void if understandinn.
14 Wise men 10/ up knowledge: but the
mouth if theJoolish is near destruction.

Psalm 40.
8 I delight to do to/ will, 0 my God: .lea, to/
law is within my heart.

St. Matthew, 12.
35 A good man out if the nood treasure if the
heart bringeth Jorth good things: and an evil man
out if the evil treasure bringethJorth evil things.

The Eight Dynamics.
The urge of any of these three universes towards survival is sub-divisible
for each of the three universes into
eight dynamics. There are, then, four
groups of eight dynamics each; the
eight dynamics of one's own universe,
the eight dynamics of the physical
universe, the eight dynamics of the
other's universe, as well as the eight
dynamics of the triangle itself.
These dynamics could be subdivided as follows: the first dynamic
would be that one most intimate to the
universe which could be said to be the
dynamiC urging the survival of self.
The second dynamic would be that one
of the persistence of admiration in
many forms in one's own and the
other's universe. This admiration
could take the form of sex, eating, or
purely the sensation of creation such
as sex and children. In the physical
universe it would be that light emanation similar to sunlight. The third
dynamic could be said to be that
dynamic embraCing persistence of
groups of objects or entities. The
fourth dynamic would concern itself
with an entire species. The fifth
dynamic would concern itself with
other living species and would embrace all other living species. The
sixth dynamiC would embrace, in terms
of survival, the space, energy, matter
and forms of the universe as themselves.
The seventh dynamic would be the
urge to survive of the spirits or spiritual

1st.

I

Samuel, 16.

7

But the Lord said unto Samuel, Look not on
his countenance, or on the height if his stature;
because I have rifused him: Jar the Lord seeth not
as man seeth; Jar /Dan loaketh on the outward
appearance, but the Lord looketh on the heart.

2nd.

Proverbs, 20.

7 The just man walketh in his integri~: his
children are blessed ifter him.

3rd.

Proverbs, 15.

Without counsel purposes are disappointed:
but in the multitude if counsellors th':J are
established.
22

4th.
24

The Acts, 17.

5th.

Proverbs,

6th.
10

Proverbs, 28.

God that made the world and all things
therein, seeing that he is Lord if heaven and earth,
dwelleth not in temples made with hands;
25
Neither is worshipped with men's hands,
as thounh he needed ao/thing, seeing he giveth to
all life, and breath, and all things;
26 And hath made if one blood all nations if
men Jar to dwell on all the Jace if the earth, and
hath determined the times bifore appointed, and
the bounds if their habitation;
I

2.

loA righteaus man regardeth the life if his
beast :
I 1
He that tilleth his land shall be satiped
with bread:

The upright shall have nood thinns in
possession.

7th.
13

St. John,

I.

Which were born, not if blood, nor if the
will if the flesh, nor if the will if man, but C?f God.

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aspects of each universe. The eighth
dynamic would be the overall creativeness or destructiveness as a continuing
impulse. (Pp.198-199)

THE HOLY SCRIPTURES

8th.

I Corinthians, 2.
even so the things
God knoweth no man,
but the spirit God.
St. John, I.
18
No man hath seen God at al9' time;
I I

eif

The Tone Scale.
Each impulse is concerned wholly
with systems of communication. Communication requires a viewpoint and a
destination in its most elementary
form, and as this grows more complex
and as it grows more important,
communication grows more rigid and
fixed as to its codes and lines. The
reason for communication is to effect
effects and observe effects.
Each of the three universes has its
own triangle of affinity, reality and
communication. Each of these three
things is interdependent of the other
two. Affinity is the characteristic of
the energy as to its vibration, condensation, rarefaction, and, in the physical
universe, its degree of cohesion or
dispersion. Reality depends upon coincidence or non-coincidence of flow
and is marked mainly by the direction
of flow. It is essentially agreement.
Communication is the volume of flow
or lack of flow. Of these three,
communication is by far the most
important. Affinity and reality exist to
further communication. Under affinity
we have, for instance, all the varied
emotions which go from apathy at o. I
through grief, fear, anger, antagonism,
boredom, enthusiasm, exhilaration and
serenity in that order. It is affinity and
this rising scale of the characteristics of
emotion which give us the tone scale.
The tone scale can be a certainty to
anyone who has seen other beings react
emotionally, who has himself felt
emotion, and who has seen the varied
moods of the physical universe itself.
The periodic chart of chemistry is
itself a sort oftone scale. (p. 199)
There is a downward spiral on the
tone scale and an upward spiral. Thes~
spirals are marked by decreasing or

eif

Proverbs, 17.
27 He that hath knowledBe spareth his words:
understanding is
an excellent
and a man
spirit.

eif

eif

Proverbs, 24-.
A wise man is strong; .lea, a man if
knowledge increaseth strength.
Proverbs, 28.
~
Evil men understand not judgment: but
they that seek the Lord understand all things.
Proverbs, 16.
32 He that is slow to anger is better than the
mighg'; and he that ruleth his spirit than he that
taketh a cig'.
~

Proverbs, 2~.
28 He that hath no rule oyer his own spirit is
like a cig' that is broken down, and without walls.
Proverbs, 28.
I
The wicked flee when no man pursueth; but
the righteous are bold as a lion.
Proverbs, 18.
9 He also that is slotliful in his work is
brother to him that is a Breat waster.

SCIENTOLOGY

THE HOLY SCRIPTURES

increasing awareness. To go up scale
one must increase his power to observe
with certainty; to go down scale one
must decrease his power to observe.
There are two certainties here. One is
a complete certainty of total awareness
which would be at 4°.0 on the tone
scale, and the other is a certainty of
total unawareness which would be 0. °
on the tone scale or nearly so. Neither
end, however, is itself an absolute for
the analytical mind, and the analytical
mind can go below ° of the reactive
mind. However, these two classes of
certainty are very wide in their satisfaction of the qualifications of a certainty. Because the two extremes of
the scale are both zeros in terms of
space, it is possible to confuse one for
the other and so make it appear that
total awareness would be total unawareness. Experience and observation can disabuse one of this idea. The
scale is not circular. (p. 200)

Proverbs, I.
tho/ hated knowledge, and did not choose
thefear if the Lord:
3
Tho/ would none if my counsel: tho/
despised all my reproif.
3I
Therifore shall tho/ eat if the fruit if
their own w'9', and be filled with their own
devices.
Proverbs, 10.
23 It is as sport to afool to do mischiif: but a
man if understonding hath wisdom.
29

°

Certainty.
Certainty is a wonderful thing. The
road towards realizing what certainty
is has led these investigations through
many uncertainties. One had to find
out what was before one could find out
what could be. That work is done. It
is possible to take large groups and to
bring them, each and everyone, into
higher levels of certainty. And bringing
them into higher levels of certainty
brings them into higher levels of communication, communication not only
with their. own bodies but with others
and with the material universe. And as
one raises that level of awareness, one
raises also the ability to be, to do, to
live.
"The Auditor" Vol.

I.

May 1964.

The Workability of Scientology.
It's the little things that make
Scientology work, not the big crashing
reasons why the preclear's mind isn't
perfect.
It isn't finding what's wrong with
the preclear that actually counts, it's

9

Proverbs, 10.
He that walketh upright!J walketh sure!J.

Proverbs, 18.
The heart ~f the prudent getteth knowledge;
and the ear if the wise seeketh knowledge.
Proverbs, 22.
17 Bow down thine ear, and hear the words if
the wise, and app!J thine heart unto my knowledge.
18 For it is a pleasant thing if thou keep them
within thee; tho/ shall withal be fitted in to/ lips.
15

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SCIENTOLOGY

the auditor's craftsmanlike attention
to the little points of auditing that
makes for big gains.
Just one effective, received acknowledgement that makes the preclear
know he has been acknowledged may be
worth a dozen processesI
An auditor becomes an auditor when
he or she finds out that it's the basics
that count.
And this can be very hard to teach.
The auditor who is so sure that all the
errors are explained by the condition
of the preclear seldom gets results. And
it's results that count. You can get
results with Scientology and get them
rather easily, too, so long as you know
that the way the auditing is administered to the preclear is more important
than the process run.
An auditor who consistently fails to
get results is always the auditor who is
most sure that all the errors for failure
lay with the preclear or Scientology,
and never with the auditor's own basics.
How difficult it is to see one's self!
How easy it is to blame the other
fellow.
When I first started to teach by selfappreciation of one's own auditing
here on the Saint Hill Course, even the
most veteran auditors were completely
baulked. They have surmounted this
now, but it was a mighty high hurdle.
for a while. The saga of it is quite
funny. I had the auditor give a session
which was recorded on a tape. Then I
had the auditor listen to his own session
to find out his or her errors in basics.
I found that the auditor made the
session alwC!}'s and the preclear never. The
preclear got better because the auditor
audited with smooth basics, or got
roughed up because the basics skidded
a bit . . .
You'd think this would be easy to
learn; but no.
An auditing session gets wins only
when the auditor is right there running
it and running it smoothly.
The whole essence of auditing is Dot

Proverbs, 9.
33

Hear instruction and be wise.

St. John,

12.

Proverbs,

22.

47 And if 00/ man hear "!y words, and believe
not, I judae him not; for I come not to judae the
world, but to save the world.
The lJ'es if the Lord preserve knowledae,
and he overthroweth the words if the transaressor.
12

Proverbs,

20.

The hearina ear, and the seeina lJ'e, the
Lord hath made even both if them.
Proverbs, 8.
I I
For wisdom is better than rubies; and all
the thinas that mC!}' be desired are not to be
compared to it.
12 In wisdom dwell with prudence, and find
out knowledae if witY' inventions.
14 Counsel is mine, and sound wisdom; 1 am
understandina; 1 have strenath.
12

Proverbs,

10.

2S

The riahteous is an everlastina foundation.
30 The riahteous shall never be removed.
32 The lips if the riahteous know what is
acceptable.

St. John, 7.
24 Judae not accordiDa to the appearance, but
Judae riahteous judameDt.
Proverbs, IS.
2
The toDaue if the wise useth knowledae
ariaht:
7 The lips if the wise disperse knowledBe: but
the heart if thefoolish doeth Dot so.

Proverbs, 14.
33 Wisdom resteth in the heart if him that
hoth understandina: but that which is iD the midst
iffools is made known.

St. Matthew, 13.
Wo/ speakest thou unto them in parables 7
I I
He answered and said unto them, Because
it is aiven unto .lou to know the mysteries if the
kinadom if heaven, but to them it is not aiven.
Proverbs, 23.
12
App!r thine heart unto instruction, and
thine ears to the words if knowledae.
I S
My son, if thine heart be wise, my heart
shall rejoice, even mine.
19 Hear thou, my son, and be wise.
Proverbs, 8.
32 Now therifore hearken unto me, 0 ye
children;for blessed are thlJ' that keep my wC!}'s.
10

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THE HOLY SCRIPTURES

finding what is wrong with the preclear
and hammering at it. That's a medicalsurgical approach, not a way to betterment. The essence of auditing is
A.R.C. handled and controlled by the
auditor.
The auditor gives the preclear something to answer. The preclear answers
it and when the preclear has answered
it to his or her satisfaction, the auditor
acknowledges it.
That's auditing.
That's why auditing works. That's why
the tone arm moves. That's why the
preclear gets better •••
Scientology has been getting fine
results for a dozen years. In the hands
of a good auditor, there are no big case
failures. So it isn't the techniques.
It's this: what is a good auditor?
A good auditor is one who knows
Scientology and its techniques and who
audits with all basics in. That's a
primary thing we stress in training
here at Saint Hill.

33 Hear instruction, and be wise, and rifuse
it not.
34 Blessed is the man that heareth me, watchine dai!y at my eates, waitine at the posts qf my
doors.
35" For whoso findeth me findeth life, and shall
obtainfavour qf the Lord.
36 But he that sinneth aeainst me wroneeth
his own soul; and th~ that hate me love death.
St. John, 3.
S Jesus answered, Verity, verity, 1 say unto
thee, Except a man be born qf water and qf the
Spirit l , he cannot enter into the kinedom qf God.
6 That which is born qf the flesh is flesh; and
that which is born qf the Spirit is spirit 2 •
7 Marvel not that I said unto thee, Ye must be
born aeain.
1 Spirit=Creator; Almiahty.
2 spirit=a beina essential!y incorporeal.

II

St. John, 14.
believe mefor the very works' sake.

"Professional Auditor's Bulletins" No.
213, Sept. 1965.

Overts, What lies behind them?
I recently made a very basic discovery on the subject of overts and
would like to rapidly make a note of it
for the record.
You can call this the "Cycle of an
Overt".
4. A being appears to have a
motivator.
3. This is because of an overt the
being has done.
2. The being committed an overt
because he didn't understand
something.
I. The
being didn't understand
something because a word or
symbol was not understood.
Thus all caved-in conditions, illness,
etc., can be traced back to a misunderstood symbol, strange as that may seem.
It goes like this:
I. A being doesn't get the meaning
of a word or symbol.
2. This causes the being to mis-

Proverbs, 18.
13 He that covereth * his sins shall not
prosper :
*(cover=conceal)
Proverbs, 1 I.
17 The merciful man doeth aood to his own
soul: but he that is cruel troubleth his own flesh.
Proverbs, 1 I.
17 He that diliaent!y seeketh aood procureth
favour: but he that seeketh mischiif, it shall come
unto him.
Proverbs, 28.
10
Whoso causeth the riehteous to 00 astray
in an evil way, he shall fall himself into his own
pit:

St. Luke, 18.
14 For every one that exalteth himself shall be
abased; and he that humbleth himself shall be
exalted.

SCIENTOLOGY

THE HOLY SCRIPTURES

understand the area of the symbol
or word (who used it, whatever
it applied to).
3. This causes the being to feel
different from, or antagonistic
toward, the user or whatever of
the symbol, and so makes it all
right to commit an overt.
4-. Having committed the overt, the
being now feels he has to have a
motivator, and so feels caved in.
This is the stuff of which Hades is
made. This is the trap. This is why
people get sick. This is stupidity and
lack of ability.
The trick is locating the area where
the preclear has one of these.
This is discussed further in Saint Hill
lecture of 3 September, 1964-, but is
too important a discovery to leave only
in tape form.
The cycle is Misunderstood word or
symbol-separation from ARC with the
things associated with the word or
symbol-overt committed-motivator
felt necessary to justify the overtdecline of freedom, activeness, intelligence, well being and health.
Knowing this and the technology of
auditing, one can then handle and clean
these symbols and words and produce
the gains, for the things causing the
decline have been located and blown.

St. John, 3.
For eve9' one that doeth evil hateth the
light, lest his deeds should be reproved.
Proverbs, 26.
27 Whoso diBgeth a pit shalljaIl therein: and
he that rolleth a stone, it will return upon him.
Proverbs, 26.
28 A !ying tongue hateth those that are
qffiicted 0/ it; and a flattering mouth worketh

On the Scientology Ethics System•.

20

ruin.

St. John, s.
14- Ajterward Jesus findeth him in the temple,
and said unto him, Behold, thou art made whole,
sin no more, lest a worse thing come upon thee.
Proverbs, 21.
S It is jay to the just to do judgment: but
destruction shall be to the workers if iniquiyr.
Psalm I.
I
Blessed is the man that walketh not in the
counsel if the unBod!y, nor standeth in the way if
sinners, nor sitteth in the seat if the scorriful.
2
But his delight is in the law if the Lord;
and in his law doth he meditate day and niBht.
3 And he shall be like a tree planted 0/ the
rivers if water, that bringeth jorth his jruit in his
season; his leeif' also shall not wither; and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper.
4- The ungod!y are not so: but are like the
chaff which the wind driveth away.
S Therifore the ungod!y shall not stand in the
judgment, nor sinners in the congregation if the
righteous•
I

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THE HOLY SCRIPTURES

6 For the Lord knoweth the wqy if the
riahteous: but the wqy if the unaod!r shall perish.
Proverbs, I .
2
To know wisdom and instruction; to
perceive the words if understandina ;
3 To receive the instruction
wisdom, justice,
and judament, and equi9' ;
4 To aive subtil9' to the simple, to the youna
man knowledae and discretion.
Proverbs, 22.
14 The mouth if stranae women is a deep pit:
Proverbs, 2210
Cast out the scorner, and contention shall
ao out;yea, strife and reproach shall cease.
Proverbs, 14.
6 A scorner seeketh wisdom, and findeth it not.
Proverbs, IS.
12
A scorner loveth not one that reproveth
him: neither will he ao unto the wise.
Proverbs, 14.
12
There is a wqy which seemeth riaht unto a
man, but the end thereif are the wqys '?!' death.
Proverbs, 22.
I2
The :res if the Lord preserve knowledae,
and he overthroweth the words if the transaressor.
Proverbs, 17.
I S
He that justifieth the wicked, and he that
condemneth the just, even th:r both are abomination
to the Lord.
Proverbs, 6.
16 These six thinas doth the Lord hate: yea,
seven are an abomination unto him:
17 A proud look, a !rina tonaue, alld hands
that shed innocent blood,
18 An heart that deviseth wicked imaainations,feet that be swift in running to mischiif.
19 A false witness that speaketh lies, and he
that soweth discord amonH brethren.
Proverbs, 18.
14 The spirit if a man will sustain his
irifirmi9' ; but a wounded spirit who can bear?
Proverbs, 3.
27 Withhold not goodfrom them to whom it is
due, when it is in the power if thine hand to do it.

'?I

On receiving payment or
emolument for such great
service and benefit.

Ruth,

2.

The Lord recompense thy work, and a fuII
reward be aiven thee if the Lord God if Israel,
under whose winas thou art come to trust.
Proverbs, 27.
19 As in water face answereth to face, so the
heart ifman to man.
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Proverbs, 13.
Evil pursueth sinners: but to the rinhteous
n~od shall be repayed.
2I

Ecclesiastes, 7.
Wisdom is nood with an inheritance: and
by it there is prifit to them that see the sun.
12
For wisdom is a difence, and monty is a
difence: but the excelleng ef knowledne is, that
wisdom niveth life to them that have it.
Proverbs, 16.
16 How much better is it to net wisdom than
nold! and to net understandinn rather to be chosen
than silver!
St. John, 4-.
36 And he thot reapeth receiveth wanes.
I I

St. Luke,

10.

7 Jor the labourer is word!}' efhis hire.

On disseminating Scientology.

St. John, 18.
Jesus answered him, I spake open!y to the
world; I ever taunht in the !fYnanonue, and in the
temple • .. and in secret have I said nothinn.
20

St. John, 3.
Verity, veri!y, I say unto thee, We speak
that we do know, and testify that we have seen; and
ye receive not our witness.
12
if I have told you earth!y thinns, and ye
believe not, how shall ye believe, if I tell you ef
heaven!y thinns7
I I

Proverbs,

I.

Wisdom crieth without; she uttereth her
voice in the streets:
2I
She crieth in the chiif place ef concourse,
in the openinns ef the nates: in the ci!y she uttereth
her words, sayinn,
22
How lonn, ye Simple ones, will ye love
simplici!y? and the scorners delinht in their scorninn, andJools hate knowledne?
23 Turn you at my reproef: behold, J will
pour out my spirit unto you, J will make known my
words untoyou.
20

SIMILARITIES BETWEEN THE DISCOVERIES OF
SCIENTOLOGY BY RON L. HUBBARD AND THE
AIMS AND GOALS OF THE FATHERS OF THE
CHURCH
Saint Augustine Leo the Great Saint Thomas Aquinas
AUBustine, Ci9'

if God,

Book X, Chapter

1

" .•• As not only the uneducated but also the best instructed use the word
religion to express human ties and relationships and affinities, it would inevitably introduce ambiguity to use this word in discussing the Worship of God.
unable as we are to say that religion is nothing else than the Worship of God."
FATHERS OF THE CHURCH

SCIENTOLOGY
AXIOM

3S.

THE ULTIMATE TRUTH IS A

STATIC.

Augustine-Confessions.
Book 10. vi-xiv
Expecially xxiv, par. H.
"Nor have I found ao/thing concerning thee but
what I have kept in memory', ever since I learnt thee.
For since I learnt thee I have not forgotten thee.
For when I found Truth I found God, the Truth
itself."

Also xxiii. par. 33.
"This is the happy life which all desire, this life
which alone is happy, all desire; to joy in the
truth all desire."
AXIOM

Anselm-The Proslogion.
Chapter xiii

3S. and

AXIOM I.

LIFE IS BASICALLY A STATIC.

Definition: A Life Static has no mass,
no motion, no wave-length. no location in space or in time. It has the
ability to postulate and to perceive.
AXIOM

46.

PROBLEM

THETA
BY

ITS

CAN

BECOME

A

CONSIDERATIONS.

BUT THEN BECOMES MEST•

.. Creation of Human Ability""The aspects of existence when
viewed from the level of man. however, is a reverse of the greater truth
above, for man works on the secondary
opinion that mechanics are real. and
that his own personal considerations
are less important than space, energy
and time." page I I.

"You therifore Lord, are alone both limitless
and eternal. Yet it is also true that other spiritual
beings are limitless and eternal. "

Augustine-Sermon on Passion Sunday.

"They are both if God, and not if God. By
nature they are if God, because if sin they are not
if God. "

-------------------------St. Leo the Great-Sermon on the 4th Sunday

Communication Release. Grade O.
Recognition. Communication and
Perception.

in Lent.
"Let us then with anxious care cleanse the
windows if the soul:'

FATHERS OF THE CHURCH

SCIENTOLOGY

Relief Release, Grade 2.
Importance of Present Time.

St. Leo the Great-Sermon on the 4th Sunday
in Lent.
"ApostoliC teachina, Beloved, exhorts us that we
put off the old man with his deeds (Eph. 4-:22,
Col. 3:9) and renew ourselvesfrom do/ to day 0/ a
holy manner oflife. ' ,

"The Aims of Scientology"
"We seek only evolution to higher
states of being for the individual and
for society."
The gradient scale to Release and Clear.

St. Leo the Great-Ibid.
"As the Apostle so/s you are the temple of the
livina God' (I I Cor. 6). We must then strive with
all viailance that the dwellina of our heart be not
unworto/for so areat a auest. "

AXIOM

Aquinas--Summa Contra Gentiles I
Chapter 2
"Amona all human pursuits the pursuit cj'
wisdom is more peaect more noble more usiful and
more full ofjoy. "

2 I.

POSED

UNDERSTANDING IS COM-

OF

AFFINITY,

REALITY,

AND

COMMUNICATION.

AXIOM

2S.

AFFINITY

IS

A

SCALE

OF

ATT[TUDES WHICH FALLS AWAY FROM
THE

CO - EXISTENCE

THROUGH

THE

OF

STATIC,

INTERPOSITIONS

OF

Aquinas--Summa Contra Gentiles I
Chapter 2
"Since likeness is the cause of love the pursuit of
wisdom especially joins man to God in friendship."

DISTANCE AND ENERGY, TO CREATE
IDENT[TY, DOWN TO CLOSE PROXIMITY BUT MYSTERY.
D[ANETIC AXIOM I 12.

AFFINITY IS THE

COHESION OF THETA.
AXIOM

2 I.

POSED

UNDERSTANDING [S COM-

OF AFFINITY,

REALITY,

AND

COMMUNICATION.
AXIOM 23.
BILITY

AqUinas-Ibid.
"Throuah wisdom we arrive at immortali9"
. "The ~esire of wisdom brinaeth to the everlastina
kznadom.

THE STAT[C HAS THE CAPAOF

TOTAL

KNOWINGNESS.

TOTAL KNOWINGNESS WOULD CONSIST OF TOTAL ARC.
AXIOM

3S.

THE ULTIMATE TRUTH [S A

STATIC.

A Static has no mass, meaning,
mobility, no wave-length, no time,
no location in space, no space.
This has the technical name of
"Basic Truth".
"Fundamentals of Thought"
"These first ten axioms of Scientology are the most fundamenta ] 'truths'
(by which we mean commonly held
considerations). Here we have thought
and life and the physical universe in
their relation, one to the other."
Chapter 8, page 4-2 .

Aquinas-Ibid. Chapter 7
"It is impossible that the truth ofJaith should
be opposed to those principles which human reason
knows 0/ nature."

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FATHERS OF THE CHURCH

SCIENTOLOGY
LOGIC

22.

THE HUMAN

OBSERVER,

MIND IS

POSTULATOR,

AN

CREATOR

AND STORAGE PLACE OF KNOWLEDGE.

AXIOM

3 8. • • • TRUTH IS THE EXACT

CONSIDERATION.
EXACT

TIME,

TRUTH

PLACE,

IS

THE

FORM

AND

EVENT.
AXIOM 2 3.
BILITY

Augustine-Confessions.
Book 10 (iii) 3.
"And how know th9" who from myself th9' hea r
if myself, whether I so/ true; seeing 'no man knows
what is in man, but the spirit if man which is in
him' (I Cor. 2:11). Butifth9'hearfromtheetj
themselves th9' cannot so/ 'the Lord lieth' for what
is it th9' hear from thee if themselves but to know
themselves ?"
Augustine-On Christian Doctrine 1-9.
"It is our duo/ fully to enjC!J the truth which
lives unchangeably • . . the soul must be purified
that it may have power to look on that light."

THE STATIC HAS THE CAPAOF

TOTAL

KNOWINGNESS.

TOTAL KNOWINGNESS WOULD CONSIST OF TOTAL ARC.

"Scientology 8-80"
"As far as psychosomatic illnesses
are concerned--<:lerangements of the
body, malfonnations, malfunctionsthe'thetan can care for these with great
ease once he has been brought up the
Tone Scale. He will then care for
them automatically and put the body
into excellent condition." page 56.
"Fundamentals of Thought"
"The individual man is divisible into
three parts.
"The first of these is the spirit called
in Scientology, the Thetan.
"The second ofthese parts is the mind.
"The third ofthese parts is the body."
Chapter 7, page 3 2 •

Augustine-Confessions.
Book 4 (xi) 16.
"Entrust Truth, whatsoever thou hast from the
Truth and thou shalt lose nothing and thy decoy
shall bloom again, and all thy diseases be healed
and thy mortal parts be riformed and renewed."
Augustine-City of God, I I (x) 3.
"Man is not a mere soul nor a mere boc!J but
both soul and boc!J. "
Aquinas.
"Man is not a soul only but something composed
if soul and boc!J."

"Science of Survival"
, 'Happiness-the overcoming of not
unknowable obstacles toward a known
goal." Book II, AppendiX I, page 290.

Augustine-City of God, X.IX.
Chapter 12
"Whoever gives our moderote attention to humon
affairs ond to our common nature will recognize
that if them is no man who does not wish to be
jC!Jful, nor then is there ar;yolle who does not wish
to have peace."

DIANETIC

Ibid.
"The peace if the rational soul is the harmor;y
if knowledge and action."

AXIOM

30.

RIGHTNESS

PROPER CALCULATION OF EFFORT.

IS

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SCIENTOLOGY

"Scientology: A New Slant on Life"
"Be able to experience anything.
Cause only those things which others
can experience easily." page 2 3.
Original Sin=the Reactive Mind.

Catechism.
. "My du9' towards my neiahbour, is to love him
as myself, and to do to all men as I would thfJ'
should do unto me."

Articles of Religion No. IX
Of original or birth sin.
"Oriainal sin . • • is the fault and corruption

if the nature if eveQ' man • •• where!?)' man is veQl
Jar aone from oriainal riahteousness and is if his
own nature inclined to evil. "

"Problems of Work"
"The chaos of insecurity exists in the
chaos of data about work and about
people. If you have no compasses by
which to steer through life, you get
lost. "
Chapter I.
"Scientology: A New Slant on Life"
"Man is his own immortal soul."
page H,
AXIOM

35.

THE ULTIMATE TRUTH IS A

STATIC.

A Static has no mass, meaning,
mobility, no wave-length, no time,
no location in space, no .space. This
has the technical name of "Basic
Truth" .
AXIOM I.

LIFE IS BASICALLY A STATIC.

Definition: A Life Static has no mass,
no motion, no wave-length, no location in space or in time. It has the
ability to postulate and to perceive. ,
Corollary.
The human mind is capable of
resolving the problem of the human
mind.
LOGIC 23.

Creed of the Church of Scientology.
"Man is basically good."
26.
The manifestations of
pleasure and pain, of thought,
emotion and effort, of thinking, of
sensation, of affinity, reality, communication, of behaviour and being
are thus derived and the riddles of
our universe are apparently contained and answered therein. (i.e.
Factors 24 and 25.)

FACTOR

Articles of Religion
Of Free-Will.

No. X

"The condition if man ifter the fall if Adam is
such, that he cannot turn and prepare himself, !?)'
his own natural strenath and aood works, to faith."

Apostles' Creed.
"I believe in ••• the life everlastina."
-:-:_ _---:::----:_
Athanasian Creed.
"The Father is made if none: Neither created
nor beaotten."

John 3:8
The wind bloweth where it listeth and thou
hearest the sound thereof, and canst not tell where
it cometh, and whither it aoeth. So is eveQlone that
is born if the Spirit.

John 14:17

Even the Spirit if Truth, whom the world
cannot receive, because it seeith him not, neither
knoweth him, butye know him,for he dwelleth with
you, and shall be inyou.

Ephesians 5:9

For the frUit if the Spirit is in all aoodness and
riahteousness and truth.
I

Corinthians,

12

4 Now there are diversities if aifts, but the
same Spirit.
7 But the manifestation if the Spirit is aiven
to eveQ' man to prtifit withal.
8 For to one is aiven ••. the word <!f wisdom;
to another the word C!.{ knowledae.
9 To another faith ••. to another the aifts <!f
healina·

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SCIENTOLOGY

ANGUCAN CHURCH
10
To another the workina
another prophe9' ;

2
AXIOM

23.

BILITY

THE STATIC HAS THE CAPAOF

TOTAL

KNOWINGNESS.

TOTAL KNOWINGNESS WOULD CONSIST OF TOTAL ARC.

cif

miracles; W

John
I

I love • •• also all th'!Y that have known the

truth;
2
For the truth's sake, which dwelleth in us,
and shall be with usfor ever.

AXIOM

Titus 1:15-16
Unto the pure all thinas are pure: but unto
them that are difiled and unbe/ievina is nothina
pure, but even their mind and conscience is difiled.
Th'!Y prcifess th'!Y know God: but in works th'!Y
de1!J him.

"Scientology: A New Slant on Life"
"The component parts of Freedom
••• are then: Affinity, Reality and
Communication, which summate into
Understanding. Once Understanding
is attained, Freedom is obtained."
page 110.

John 8:32

DlANETIC AXIOM 190.

Proverbs, 3
13 Happy is the man that findeth wisdom, and
the man that Berreth understandina.
17 Her wo/s are wo/s cif pleasantness, and all
her paths are peace.

38 •
. • • failure to discover Truth brings
about stupidity.

Happiness consists in the act of
bringing alignment into hitherto
resisting plus or minus randomity.

And ye shall know the truth, and the truth
shall makeyoufree.

Job, 28
Corollary.
Evil may be defined as that which
inhibits or brings plus or minus
randomity into the organism, which
is contrary to the survival motives of
the organism.

DlANETIC AXIOM 189.

20
Whence then cometh wisdom? and where is
the place understandina?
28 • . . to depart from evil is understandinB'

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AXIOM 18.

THE STATIC, IN PRACTISING

NOT-IS-NESS,

BRINGS

PERSISTENCE
ENCIES,

OF

AND

UNREALITY,

ABOUT

UNWANTED
SO

BRINGS

THE
EXIST-

ABOUT

WHICH INCLUDES FOR-

Proverbs 8: 35-36
Wisdom speakingFor w'hoso findeth me findeth life. But he that
sinneth aaainst me wronaeth his own soul: 011 th'!Y
that hate me love death.

GETFULNESS, UNCONSCIOUSNESS, AND
OTHER UNDESIRABLE STATES.

"Happiness consists of the overcoming of not unknown barriers towards a
known goal." L. Ron Hubbard.
Overt-Withhold Mechanism.

Proverbs I 3 : 19
The desire accomplished is sweet to the soul.

Proverbs 28: I 3
He that covereth his sins shall not prosper: but
whoso c011esseth and forsaketh them shall have
mer9"
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ANGLICAN CHURCH

PRELOGIC I.

Galatians 6 :4- 5"

Self-determinism is the common
denominator of all life impulses.

But let every' man prove his own work, and then
shall he have rejoicing in himself alone, and not in
another.
For every' man shall bear his own burden.

Code of Honour.
8. Do not give or receive communication unless you yourself desire it.

Proverbs 2,: 9
Debate tlyr cause with tlyr neighbour himself:
and discover not a secret to another.

Proverbs 2,: 2 8
"Dianetics, The Modern Science of
Mental Health"
"When man becomes exteriorlydetermined, which is to say compelled
to do or repressed from doing without
his own rational consent, he becomes a
push-button animal." Book 3, Chapter
VII, page 229.

He that hath no rule over his own spirit is like
a ci~ that is broken down, and without walls.

Code of Honour.
I. Never desert a comrade in need, in
danger or in trouble.

Proverbs 3: 2 7

---------------------Withhold not good from them to whom it is due,
when it is in the power if thine hand to do it.

John 6:63
AXIOM

, I.

POSTULATES

COMMUNICATION
AND

BEING

NOT

SENIOR

TO

AND

LIVE

BEING

MEST

MEST

CAN

It is the spmt that qUickeneth; the flesh
pr'!fiteth nothing: the words that I speak unto you,
th<y are spirit, and th<y are life.

ACCOMPLISH CHANGE IN MEST WITHOUT BRINGING ABOUT A PERSISTENCE
OF MEST. THUS AUDITING CAN OCCUR.

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GLOSSARY OF
SCIENTOLOGY TERMS

ABERRATE: To bring about a deviation or departure from rationality.
AFFI N lTV: Degree of liking or affection or lack of it. (This is often
expressed as an emotion - enthusiasm towards a person betokens
more affinity than apathy.)
ANALYTICAL MIND: This mind consists of visual pictures, either of
the past or the physical universe, monitored and presided over by
the knowingness of a thetan. The keynote of the analytical mind is
awareness; one knows what one is concluding and doing. It combines
perceptions of the immediate environment, of the past (via pictures)
and estimations of the future into conclusions which are based upon
the realities of situations.
ANCHOR POINTS: Specialized kind of dimension point. Those
dimension points which demark the outermost boundaries of the
space or its corners are called in Scientology anchor-points.
ARC: A word made from the initial letters of Affinity, Reality and
Communication which together equate to understanding. (These are
the three things necessary to the understanding of something - one
has to have some affinity for it, it has to be real to him to some degree
and he needs some communication with it before he can understand
it.)
BEINGNESS: The assumption or choosing of a category of identity.
Beingness is assumed by oneself or given to oneself, or is attained.
Examples of beingness would be one's own name, one's profession,
one's physical characteristics, one's role in a game - each and all of
these things could be called one's beingness. TO GRANT BEING NESS
means to grant life to something; to permit or allow other people
to have:beingness.

CLEAR: A Thetan who has no Reactive Mind and who can be at cause
knowingly and at will over mental matter, energy, space and time as
regards the first dynamic (survival for self). A Clear is a being who
has attained this state by completing the Saint Hill Clearing Course
and being declared Clear by the Saint Hill Qualifications Division.
COMMUNICATION LAG: The time which elapses between the
asking of a question or giving of a command and the exact reply to
that question or exact compliance with that command.
DIANETICS: Through thought or mind. Man's most advanced school
of the mind founded and developed by L. Ron Hubbard. Dianetics
was the route from aberrated or aberrated and ill human to capable
human. Scientology is the route from human being to total freedom
and total beingness.
DIMENSION POINT: Any point in a space or at the boundaries of
- space.
DYNAMIC: The urge, thrust and purpose of life - SURVIVE! - in its
eight manifestations.
THE FIRST DYNAMIC is the urge toward survival of self.
THE SECOND DYNAMIC is the urge toward survival through sex
or children. This dynamic actually has two divisions. Second Dynamic
(a) is the sexual act itself and Second Dynamic (b) is the family unit,
including the rearing of children.
THE THIRD DYNAMIC is the urge toward survival through a group
of individuals or as a group'. Any group or part of an entire class could
be considered to be part of the Third Dynamic. The school, the club,
the team, the town, the nation are examples of groups.
THE FOURTH DYNAMIC is the urge toward survival through all
mankind and as all mankind.
THE FIFTH DYNAMIC is the urge toward survival through life forms
such as animals, birds, insects, fish and vegetation, and is the urge to
survive as these.
THE SIXTH DYNAMIC is the urge toward survival as the physical
universe and has as its components Matter, Energy, Space and Time,
from which we derive the word MEST.
THE SEVENTH DYNAMIC is the urge toward survival through
spirits or as a spirit. Anything spiritual, with or without identity,

...

would come under the Seventh Dynamic. A sub-heading of this
Dynamic is ideas and concepts such as beauty, and the desire to survive
through these.
THE EIGHTH DYNAMIC is the urge toward survival through a
Supreme Being, or more exactly, Infinity. This is called the Eighth
Dynamic because the symbol of Infinity stood upright makes the
numeral "8".

MEST: A word coined from the initials of the components of the Physical
Universe: Matter, Energy, Space and Time.
MOTIVATOR: The consideration that one has been wronged by the
action of an individual or group which is dramatized by constant
complaint with no real action undertaken to resolve the situation.
The consideration is held in order to justify one's own overt acts
against that particular individ ual or group.
OVERT (Overt Act): A harmful or contra-survival act. Precisely, it is an
act of commission or omission that harms the greater number of
dynamics. A failure to eradicate something or stop someone that
would harm broadly would be an overt act. Equally, assistance to
something that would harm a greater number of dynamics would also
be an overt act.
POSTULATE (noun): A conclusion, decision or resolution made by the
individual himself on his own self-determinism on data of the past,
known or unknown. The postulate is always known. It is made upon
the evaluation of data by the individual or on impulse without data.
It resolves a problem of the past, decides on problems or observations
in the present or sets a pattern for the future.
POSTULATE (verb): To conclude, decide or resolve a problem or to
set a pattern for the future or to nullify a pattern of the past.
PRECLEAR: A person who, through Scientology processes, is finding out
more about himself and life.
PROCESS: A patterned action, of unvarying steps, done by an auditor
and preclear, under the auditor's direction, to release or free the
preclear from his aberrations.
B

REACTIVE MIND: That portion of a person's mind which works on a
stimulus-response basis (given a certain stimulus, it gives a certain
response) which is not under his volitional control and which exerts
force and the power of command over his awareness, purposes,
thoughts, body and actions.
RELEASE: A person who is freed from and not influenced by his Reactive
Mind. There are several grades of Release. Each is a distinct and
separate step toward total freedom and higher levels of awareness
and ability.
SCIENTOLOGY: A religious philosophy dealing with the study of
knowledge in its fullest sense which, through the application of its
technology, can bring about desirable changes in any condition.
Scientology is the road to spiritual freedom. (L., scio - knowing;
Gr., logos - to study.)
TERMINAL: Anything or anyone that receives, relays or sends a communication (most common usage); also, anything with mass and
meaning.
THETAN: The person himself - not his body or name, the physical
universe, his mind or anything else; that which is aware of being
aware; the identity that IS the individual. (From Theta, 8, the Greek
symbol for 'thought' or perhaps 'spirit'.)
TONE SCALE: A scale measuring and relating the various factors of
behaviour, emotion, thought, to levels on the scale. (A full description
of the Tone Scale and its ~pplication in life is contained in the book,
"Science of Survival" by L. Ron Hubbard.)
TWO-WAY COMM. (Two-way Communication): The action between
two people In which each one takes turns expressing fully his ideas on
a subject while the other listens attentively. This is, therefore;
communication in two directions. (Two-way communication is the
basis of any successful and enjoyable personal relationship.)

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SCIENTOLOGY
AND THE BIBLE
THE AIMS OF SCIENTOLOGY
A civilization without insanity, without criminals and without
war, where the able can prosper and honest beings can have
rights, and where Man is free to rise to greater heights, are the
aims of SCientology.
First announced to an entl,Jrbulated world fifteen years ago,
these aims are well within the grasp of our technology.
Non-political in nature, Scientology welComes any individual
of any creed, race or nation.
We seek no revolution. We seek only evolution to higher
states of being for the individual and for Society.
We are achieving our aims.
After endless millenia of ignorance about himself, his mind
and the Universe, a breakthrough has been made for Man.
Other efforts Man has made have been surpassed.
The combined truths of Fifty Thousand years of thinking
men, distilled and amplified by new discoveries about Man,
have made for this success.
We welcome you to Scientology. We only expect of you
your help in achieving our aims and helping others. We expect
you to be helped.
SCientology is the most vital movement on Earth today.
In a turbulent world, the job is not easy. But then, if it were,
we wouldn't have to be doing it.
We respect Man and believe he is worthy of help. We
respect you and believe you, too, can help.
Scientology does not owe its help. We have done nothing
to cause us to propitiate. Had we done so, we would not now
be bright enough to do what we are doing.
Man suspects all offers of hel p. He has often been betrayed,
his confidence shattered. Too frequently he has given his trust
and been betrayed. We may err, for we build a world with
broken straws. But we will never betray your faith in us so
long as you are one of us.
The sun never sets on Scientology.
And maya new day dawn for you, for those you love and
for Man.
Our aims are simple if great.
And we will succeed, and are succeeding at each new revolution of the Earth.
Your help is acceptable to us.
Our help is yours.
Saint Hill

September /965

L. RON HUBBARD