The second postulate only becomes possible because of the existence of the first postulate. If your first postulate doesn't exist, your second postulate won't exist. But which one will persist? The second one will persist because it is timeless. It is being pushed forward by the first postulate. So we get a bundle of two postulates.
We never use the second postulate in processing. If we ask an individual to look around the room and spot the realest object, we would be doing a process on the first and second postulate. To have unreality, there must first have been a reality. Unreality is the second postulate.
We get all things that we consider bad not necessarily bad at all, but they're stopped-time things, they're a succumb class of things. As a society refuses to permit themselves or others to succumb, it insists more and more on survival at every hand and never lets anybody succumb. They will more and more crave or get obsessed in the succumb class of unreality. They'll get into second postulate.
In other words, here we have the first and second postulate in its first mechanical application: I can survive - I can succumb. We have this whole class of things called unreality, sickness, aberration, and so forth. All these bad things are under the succumb classification. They're really not any more good or bad than the other but they are the second postulates. So all bad things are the second postulates. All good things are first postulates. And the oddity is the bad thing derives its impetus from the good thing.