About all I did was to demo it / draw it and I understood it as he wrote it. To me it makes sense.That's not what the Axiom says and, remember, its an Axiom, a self evident truth, not some subjective interpretation of what it might mean if one were to "be the space". Its also a major fail in that it uses insufficient subordinate clauses to define the term and is non sequitur to the previous Axioms. As for Axiom One, what can there be to consider in the absence of anything to consider?
And as for the lack of distance = no communication, well I don't agree. It is just instantaneous. If you know your own identity, why can't you be in the same space as another being and communicate with them? Distance is a bit arbitrary anyway.
A static, meaning having no location in space or time, is what you would be if you aren't of this universe but created it. He does say static has a specialized meaning on one of the tapes - it's not at an equilibrium, it exists without outside influence.
My wife told me of a time (pre Scientology) when she stepped outside of space and time. You just are. There's nothing there. It was blackness. It's what you would have if you stopped creating reality.
If you decide what he says is greek, it will be. If you work at it, it can be understood. Whether it is true or not is another matter.