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- n. A system that encompasses cosmos systems (macrocosm, mesocosm, microcosm).
- n. A transcendent field of higher forces beyond the macrocosm (created world).
- n. A manifestation of God.
- n. A complex that can be divided into three primary domains, a transcendent field of higher forces, a central world of acting peers, and a supporting world of fundamental objects. This field/peer/object relationship is relative to the frame of reference and reveals structural parallels between different systems. Linguistically, each domain usually has it's own particular terminology, defining, primary domain elements as peers, acting on the nouns of layers below, and subject to the superior fields acting as verbs on the peers and objects.
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