Friday, March 05, 2004

Scientology Axiom 3

Axiom 3: Space, energy, objects, form and time are the result of considerations made and/or agreed upon by the static and are perceived solely because the static considers that it can perceive them.

Now we're getting down to the meat and potatoes: Space, energy and the things that are formed from space and energy (objects and form) and time (that thing in which the objects and forms persist) are created by the static. Life creates these things.

What we see in this universe is the result of considerations (continuing postulates) made by life. Now personally I didn't create this universe, but I do agree that it exists, I agree with the considerations that created it.

This answers the issue I raised yesterday: Some would say that if you drop something living off a cliff, it still falls, so the idea that life is a causative agency is not true because it is subject to all the same physical universe laws as a rock.

From Axiom 3 we see that the static (life) agrees with the postulates that create the physical universe and its laws. Life takes part of the physical universe and animates it thus creating a life form. A life form consists of a physical universe component animated by life (the static). The static is agreeing that it's physical universe component is governed by the laws of the physical universe and so if you drop it off a cliff, that physical universe part falls. But the life component doesn't have to follow those laws.

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