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Pan-Determinism; Pan-Knowingness (Scientology)

January 5, 2010 by  
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Source: Hubbard, L. (1979) Dianetics and Scientology Technical Dictionary, Publications Organization

PAN-DETERMINISM, 1. would mean a willingness to start, change and stop on any and all dynamics. That is its primary definition. A further definition, also a precision definition, is: the willingness to start, change and stop two or more forces, whether or not opposed, and this could be interpreted as two or more individuals, two or more groups, two or more planets, two or more like-species, two or more universes, two or more spirits whether or not opposed. This means that one would not necessarily fight, he would not necessarily choose sides. (Dn 55!, p. 100) 2. defined as determining the activities of two or more sides in a game simultaneously. (PAB 84) 3. the ability to regulate the considerations of two or more identities, whether or not opposed. (COHA, p. 110) 4. full responsibility for both sides of a game. (Scn 0-8, p. 119)

PAN-KNOWINGNESS, in his native state, a thetan knows everything without looking, or anything, but he doesn’t know any particulars of data. These are all invented. So what you would really call this would be a potentiality, or pan-knowingness. (PAB 64)

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