Back to the O.P., so as not to discourage further interaction...
The "Five Tenets" are a bit of a curiosity. It would seem that there are several of the "offshoot-of-the-offshoot-of..." traditions that "have" them. While a nihil obstat would be in order for them, pro se, I can't say that they're complete enough or orthodox enough, (in their native environment), to say so.
The same holds true for the famous "13 tenets" of 1974. In, of, by and for themselves, they are, prime facie, a very nice document. The troubles begin in applicability and essay.
If they work for you, as a sort of "Go" square, well...good on you. But remember, from "Go" you have a whole board before you.