2. Objects are accessible and malleable in inverse proportion to the degree of unknowingness being used in their present creation.
3. Objects may be endowed with greater or lesser degrees of activity, communication, persona, and impenetrability.
4. Objects created during moments of reduced consciousness will be inaccessible to the degree of reduction of consciousness.
5. Conscious examination of unconscious creation can bring about a restoration of control and perception over any object. This occurs to the degree that the will exercised in the creation of the object is resumed as knowing will by the author.
6. Objects may be linked to live viewpoints other than the author through the peculiar hyperspace of the universe of thought. These connections can make objects appear to misbehave. Objects can also be linked to objects within the author's own universe and appear to misbehave because of relayed influence between objects. All such creations and their behavior are the sole province of the author.
7. Objects reflect thought, perception, impression, emotion, intention, effort and physical force when activated.
8. Objects are activated by the play of present attention knowingly or unknowingly directed upon them.
9. The unknowing play of attention is accomplished through the interposition of objects between the "I" and his universe in order to obscure some or all of that universe. This brings about games, limitations, restraints and qualities of personality.
10. The author is not an object but can be brought through his own exercise of will into object-like conditions through the process of identification of self with object(s).
11. When the process of identification of self with object occurs the author who is identified with an object will view some or all parts of existence from the created perspective of that object and will not view the object itself until identification with it is reduced.
12. The reduction of identification with any object is brought about through the exercise of communication about and with the object until the object becomes completely visible to the author of the object.
13. The ultimate nature of an author when freed from all such identifications will be found to be outside the realm of frequency, motion, mass or location as defined in the physical universe.
14. The limits of potential of authorship when so freed are unknown at this time.