GENETIC ENTITY, 1. that beingness not dissimilar to the thetan which has carried forward and developed the body from its earliest moments along the evolutionary line on earth and which, through experience, necessity and natural selection, hasemployed the counter-efforts of the environment to fashion an organism of the type best fitted for survival, limited only by the abilities of the genetic entity. The goal of the genetic entity is survival on a much grosser plane of materiality. (Scn 8-8008, p. 8) 2 . formerly referred to as the somatic mind. It has no real personality, it is not the “I” of the body. This is the “mind” of an animal, a dog or a cat or a cow. (HOM, pp. 13-14) 3. that entity which is carrying along through time, that is making the body through the time stream, through the action of sex and so forth. (5410ClOD) Abbr. GE.
GENETIC INSANITY, genetic insanity is limited to the case of actually missing parts. A very small percentage of insanity falls into such a category and its manifestation is mental dullness or failure to coordinate and beyond these has no aberrative quality whatever. (DMSMH, p. 134)
GENETIC LINE, 1. the genetic line consists of the total of incidents which have occurred during the evolution of the mest body itself. The composite of these facsimiles has the semblance of a being. This being would be called the genetic entity or the GE. The GE is not an actual individual but a composite, of individualities assumed in the single lives along the evolutionary track. (HOM, p. 23) 2 . protoplasm line. Its cycle is preconception, conception, birth, procreation, preconception and so on. That unending string of protoplasm goes through earth time. (HCL 15, 5203CMlOA) 3 . a series of mocked up automaticities which produce according to a certain blueprint from the earliest times of life on this planet through until now. (PAB 130)
GENETIC PERSONALITY, personal characteristics and tendencies derived from the three inheritance sources (mest, organic line, theta). This might be said to be basic personality, or the core of basic personality. (SOS Gloss)
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