The Factors # 13 to 15 (old)

Please see A Course on Hubbard’s Factors

Reference: The Factors

Here is a detailed review of Factors # 13 to 15 from the book Scientology 8-8008.

Factor # 13: The dimension points are each and every one, whether large or small, solid. And they are solid solely because the viewpoints say they are solid.

As dimension point condenses from energy field, its basic form reduces to an atom. The atom has a nucleus that is solid mass. The atom of elements has an enduring structure that can be arranged in still enduring structures as molecules of compounds.

Parallel to the above, the viewpoint also condenses from a field of emotions into structured entities. An entity has a nucleus that is a solid desire. The entities are the property of atoms that combine to form more complex identities of molecules.

Factor # 13 (revised): Beingness condenses into enduring structures, which we see as dimension points of atoms and molecules, and viewpoints of their corresponding identities.


Factor #14: Many dimension points combine into larger gases, fluids or solids. Thus there is matter. But the most valued point is admiration, and admiration is so strong its absence alone permits persistence.

The atoms combine into molecules. These molecules exist in gaseous, liquid or solid state at normal temperatures. The molecules combine further into various forms of matter. On the other hand, entities are the structured properties of atoms. These properties evolve into more complex properties of molecules. Thus we have varied identities of matter.

The complex structure of this universe, thus, has varied physical forms and properties that impart metaphysical identities to them. Admiration is viewing this complex universe objectively for what it is. It is a feeling that champions all other feelings.

Factor #14 (revised): The dimension point evolves into complex forms of matter having gaseous, liquid and solid states. The viewpoint evolves as their identities. Admiration is viewing this wonderfully complex universe objectively for what it is.


Factor #15: The dimension point can be different from other dimension points and thus can possess an individual quality. And many dimension points can possess a similar quality, and others can possess a similar quality unto themselves. Thus comes about the quality of classes of matter.

The elements have similarities and differences according to which they appear in different columns of the Periodic Table. These elements combine and evolve into a variety of matter that can be classified according to the similarities and differences among them.

Factor #15 (revised): The structural diversity of this universe may be arranged into classes.


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  • Prem Bhandari  On August 22, 2016 at 6:20 PM

    Mr. Agarwala’s explanation of Inertial Frame is fascinating, but raised many other questions. If almost everything exists within Inertial Frame, then the ‘reality’ must be ‘observer based’ which has been asserted by many earlier scientists like Born, Bohr, Planck, etc. Observer based reality is an integral part of human consciousness, a core element of Hinduism, and where does it lead us to is still unknown. Does it mean that our current science applies only to the portion of universe we can view?


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