Universal Integration of Human Experience
The Universal Integration of Human Experience

The Primary and Secondary Universal Sets of System 4

Robert Campbell, 2012

There are self-similar nested patterns that recur throughout phenomenal experience that are related to how
things are structured to work. Despite the unlimited diversity of human experience all people are anatomically
structured the same. We all have four limbs, ten digits on hands and feet and the same complement of internal
organs and nervous system, yet our behavioural capacity can vary enormously from individual to individual.
The same structural pattern with variations is in evidence throughout the vertebrate lineage from amphibians to

The quality that distinguishes us most from our animal ancestry is our creative capacity. Humans have
developed sophisticated languages that allow us to deal with phenomenal experience in abstraction in ways
that allow is to plan and work collectively in our social endeavours. We live in structured societies that reflect
similar structural patterns. Phenomenal experience has nested self-similar characteristics consistent with
System 4 that allow us to see into the structural mechanics of how each human Host, with a complement of
Organs and Cells is clothed with the molecular Forms according to the whole range of human size, shape, and
color, each with distinctive thoughts, feelings and behaviours.

The four active interfaces of Host, Organs, Cells and physical Form define a universal hierarchy such that each
can have dual Particular and Universal meaning that introduces ambiguity into how we normally express
meaning in words. This emphasizes the value of delineating how these four active interfaces of System 4 can
generate only nine possible ways of mutually relating a universal inside to a universal outside across an active
interface between them. Each way is called a Term in a matrix of mutual transformations that accurately define
the roots of meaning in any physical, biological or social context. It will be helpful to be familiar with the article
System 4 Terms.

Active Interfaces between Inside and Outside:

In other articles it has been shown that all phenomenal experience is dependent upon active interface
processes between a common universal inside and a common universal outside, neither of which can be known
to the exclusion of the other. All we can ever know is active interface processes between a common inside and
outside. This creates the only boundaries that we can perceive in experience and thus the only things we can
identify. Our sense perceptions and our technical instruments that supplement them all depend on active
energy interactions across surfaces that define an active inside distinct from a passive outside in some way.
Light generated within the sun is projected out to Earth and reflected from the surfaces of objects around us
that the retina of our eyes pick up and transmit via energy processes across the active interfaces of neurons to
the brain, where action potentials of more neurons interpret it, and so on with our other senses.   

We have also seen that there is a Universal Hierarchy of active interfaces between the Universal Centre and
the Universal Periphery. The hierarchy is structurally required by the nature of Universal Wholeness to account
for the diversity of experience as we perceive it to be. We implicitly have to integrate this diversity to make
sense of it in a common framework of understanding of some kind. Otherwise our experience would fragment
into mutually exclusive elements that would prevent us from interpreting events as meaningfully related.
Universal Wholeness is a requirement implicit in a coherent universe. That is why we seek out universally valid
scientific laws on the one hand and religious or spiritual beliefs on the other.   

The Universal Hierarchy:

In other articles it is shown that the Universal Hierarchy is represented by the four active interfaces of System 4.
Term 9 of System 4 belongs to the Primary Universal Set and the four active interfaces proceed in a linear
sequence that can be assigned words as follows:

 (1)Idea (2)Knowledge (3)Routine (4)Form.

We are all familiar with this universal hierarchy in our ordinary experience.  For example if we have an Idea to
build a house this directs our acquired Knowledge of how to go about it which in turn directs our Routines of
behaviour erecting the house which gives Form to the final house consistent with the original idea. The atoms
and molecules on the planet are prescribed by System 3 and formed by System 4 into bricks, lumber etc., in the
physical house. System 4 elaborates within the context of System 3 so even giving Form to the Idea of going to
the store for groceries or eating a meal conforms to the hierarchy. The hierarchy is valid no matter what idea
we wish to realize in form. It is universal. It also applies to businesses and organizations of all kinds.

The hierarchy is universal in a broader self-similar sense as well. The human species is an archetypal Idea as
an organized energy pattern that directs Knowledge implicit in our various organ systems such as nerves,
glands, viscera, muscles, skin and sensory organs that work together in biological Routines of cells that allow
us to give Form to thought and behaviour. We know that we share a common humanity. It is a more primary
archetypal Idea distinct from a creative Idea such as building a house. Evolution has invested hundreds of
millions of years of acquired Knowledge into our biological Routines that allow us to animate our physical Form
within these constraints to build a house or go to the market. The archetypal Idea, the implicit Knowledge it
directs, the Routines by which it works all direct our physical molecular Form, not vice versa. Atoms and
molecules do not spontaneously self assemble into complex living species. They receive their direction from
behind the physical scene, as we have seen in other cell articles.

Biological processes are dependent upon the self-regulation of enzymes in highly recursive processes involving
active energy patterns at active interfaces, that are together consistent with an overall archetypal energy
pattern of the Host that directs Organs that direct biochemical activity in Cells that direct the physical molecular
Form of the host. While a specific creative idea of a specific human individual may incur active neural cell
processes these electronic patterns are superimposed on the archetypal pattern of the whole human being. We
can thus write the Universal Hierarchy for all human beings as follows:

       (1)Host  → (2)Organs  → (3)Cells (4)Form.

The Host is an integrated energy pattern that can entertain creative ideas such as building a house that directs
various Organs such nerves and muscles that direct Cell routines to mobilize and regenerate their biochemical
resources accordingly to sustain their active physical Form as directed. We can also write this discretionary
Universal Hierarchy in a general way as a succession of active interfaces numbered as Centres from a
universal active centre inside to a universal passive outside or periphery. The universal active inside is
represented by light
Lo. The universal passive outside is designated by darkness D with graduated levels
between them:
Fig. 1
Term 9 of the Primary Universal Set is thus characterized as expressive since it prescribes a universal pattern by
which humans can express themselves. This Expressive mode (UT9E) alternates with a Regenerative mode
(UT8R) in the transform sequence of the Universal Set.  

The Primary Regulation of Cycles:

As pointed out in other articles there are only nine possible ways that four active interfaces can be mutually
related with respect to inside and outside. Each way is called a Term. Variants of these nine ways are possible if
the numbered centers exchange places within each Term. Six of the nine Terms are defined by three Particular
Sets that transform through a six Particular Term sequence one Step apart. These Particular Terms alternate
between a seven Step expressive Term sequence followed by a five Step regenerative Term sequence, making
a total of twelve transform Steps required for each Particular Set. In the regenerative modes of each Term,
Centers 1 and 2 exchange places. The other three Terms are always Universal. Term 9 belongs to the Primary
Universal Set and Terms 3 and 6 belong to the Secondary Universal Set. There is also an involutionary mode
where Particular Centers 3 and 4 exchange places. It is degenerate and will not be considered in detail here.

The Particular Term 8 has no Regenerative Mode because this Mode of Term 8 is a Primary Universal concern.
In this case the Primary Universal Set transforms into the Universal Term 8 Regenerative Mode (UT8R) after two
Particular Steps and then transforms back to Term 9 (UT9E) after two more Particular Steps to begin a new
universal transform Cycle. The twelve Particular transform Steps are thus regulated into three Cycles of four
Particular Steps each. This is essential to the self-similarity of how the whole System works, as we shall see.

The Primary Universal Set and the Regenerative Term UT8R:

When the Primary Universal Term 9E transforms to UT8R Centers 3 and 4 transpose or turn around to face
Center 2, while Center 1 transposes to contain Centers 2, 3 and 4, as shown in Figure 2.
In UT8R the Relational wholes R1 and R2 prescribe a countercurrent balance between C2 and C4 across C3,
all within the context of C1.
R1 represents an input of molecular Form (4) within Cells (3) as they relate to
Organs (2) all within the context of the archetypal energy pattern of the Host (1).
R2 represents a potential
response of Organs (2) as they relate to Cells and their subjective molecular Forms (4) all within the same
context of the Host. The response includes an anticipated need to act as distinct from an actual response
because the Term is concerned with universally integrating the energy needs of the Host (1) over a span of
time. It is regenerative in this respect. The molecular Forms (4) the provide the energy of Cells (3) must find a
subjective and an objective balance with the needs of Organs (2) such as muscles and nerves, all as
subjectively required by the Host (1).  

These needs are balanced by the projections
P1 and P2. The anticipated demands of Organs (2) as they relate
to the energy patterns of the Host (1) are represents by
P2. The molecular energy available in the Form (4) of
food energy input to Cells (3) of the Host (1) is represented by
P1. It must balance the anticipated energy
demands of Organs (2) as they relate to the impending actions of the Host in
P2. This represents a balance
between available energy revenues
P1 versus anticipated expenditures P2. It is budgeting. It anticipates a
balance between demand and available supply for the Host, to meet the needs of the whole human being. In
other words the available energy resources available to all cells must be distributed according to an anticipated
priority of needs. This is more than the Primary Universal Term can do alone, because all the Universal Centers
are open and unbounded. It requires the coherent operation of the Secondary Universal Set associated with a
specific human individual, as illustrated later.

The Transform Sequences of Universal Sets:  

The Secondary Universal Set begins as Term 3 (UT3) in Step 1 of each four Step Cycle. In Step 2 it transforms
to Term 6 (UT6) where it stays for Steps 2 and 3 while the Primary Universal Set transforms mid-Cycle to the
UT8R Term for Steps 3 and 4. In Step 4 the UT6 Term inverts to an expressive mode of Term 2 (UT2E) which is
an integrated creative idea of thought or behavior of the Host. This creative idea is distinct from but related to
the archetypal energy pattern of the Host as a complete human being. In this sense it is superimposed on the
living energy pattern archetype that sustains the whole human being. Between Step 4 and Step 1 of the next
Cycle both Universal Sets transform back to their original positions, namely UT9E and UT3. Because they
transform together this introduces a discontinuity between Cycles. This is summarized in the Figure 3 table:
Fig. 2
Primary and Secondary Hierarchies and Archetypes:

Term 3 can be described as the Transference of Idea into Form. It has a Secondary degree of universal
access to the organized energies of the Void as they relate to a specific human being. Each human being is a
Host of its Organs and Cells as these direct the Host’s molecular Form. Each human is an organized
archetypal energy pattern. This Secondary Universal Human Archetype is consistent with the self-similar
Primary Human Archetype that embraces all humanity. In other words there is a self-similar nested hierarchy
of archetypal energy patterns from Human Host to Individual Host to Organs and Cells. This Primary self-
similar hierarchy as exemplified in Term 9E synchronously directs the molecular biology of all humans. In
other words it functions at a more Primary level than the Secondary Set that relates to each person. The two
Sets must work in concert to generate the specific molecular Form of one human individual.  

The Quantum Energies of the Void:

Although they are formless, the quantum energies of the Void are likewise hierarchically organized by the way
Particular Sets that execute the actual molecular work of cells are collectively integrated by the Universal
Sets. The Particular Term 7 as illustrated in Figure 4 is a quantum memory term that is a formless component
of the boundless Void. Term 7 has timeless or eternal characteristics, since it simultaneously reconciles the
universal inside and outside as core elements of coalesced technique (C3=C4) within energy interfaces of the
Human Host (1) and Organs (2). This is illustrated in the Figure 4 Regenerative Mode of Term 7. In this
regenerative mode, T7R, the core elements of technique (C3=C4) throughout a human body are coalesced
as implicitly being a specific regenerative aspect of the Host (1). They collectively specify the Host’s
character, thoughts, feelings and behavior, consistent with the personal and collective evolutionary history of
the individual and humanity. This directs the host’s Organ (2) processes as a budgeted distribution of energy
needs associated with the collective anticipated pattern of core techniques likely to follow in each Cycle. In the
alternate Expressive Mode Centers 1 and 2 exchange places such that the core techniques (C3=C4) direct
the energy patterns of Organs (2) first, that in turn animate the Expression of the Host (1). This expenditure of
energy must be accounted for and balanced with the budgeted distribution in the Regenerative Mode.
Universal Set
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
Fig. 3
Linking Memory Recall with Sensory Input:
Fig. 4
Fig. 5
In Step 1 of each Cycle Term 7R is always synchronous with Term 4E which represents sensory input. For
each human Host this means patterned energy input via vision, touch, hearing etc. from the physical
environment to the central nervous system. For the Cell this means a signaling cascade, such as that initiated
across synapses or by signaling chemicals in general that relate first to membrane processes in T1 that next
transforms to the cascade in T4. The point is that T4 and T7 are coupled such that recall is always relevant to
sensory input. In Step 3 of each Cycle T7E is always synchronous with T4R. These two Terms are always in
opposite modes and they both have a coalesced pair. In T7 the coalesced pair is C3=C4. In T4 the coalesced
pair is C1=C2. By comparing Figures 4 and 5 it is apparent that the two terms are reciprocals in this respect.
The UT3 term cross-links or bridges these two terms to access recall consistent with sensory input.  This is
illustrated in Figure 6.

The third synchronous Particular Term in Step 1 is T8E. In this Term
R1 and R2 balance energy input with
output in conjunction with the projections
P1 and P2 respectively, within the context of specific Organs (2),
such as muscles and nerves. T8E cannot be Universal because the context is specific Organs (2) involved in
an action sequence initiated by the Host (1). UT8R cannot be Particular because the context is all Organs (2)
that sustain the whole archetypal Host (1). There will be more on this later.
Transference of Idea into Form – UT3:
Fig. 6
The Secondary Universal Term 3 has a central coalescence C2=C3 that binds countercurrent identities
together between Idea (1) and Form (4) as illustrated in Figure 6. This central coalescence between inside
and outside relates Organs (2) and Cells (3) as a behavioral unit to Idea (1) and molecular Form (4). It thus
has eternal characteristics between internal subjective Idea (1) and the external objective Form (4) which give
it access to the Void. In other words Cells (3) as coalesced with Organs (2) relate to the internal archetypal
Idea (1), while Organs (2) as coalesced with Cells (3) relate to the external molecular Form (4). The central
coalescence is a perceptual axis between inside and outside in the way that it must integrate objective idea
with subjective form.   

The Primary Universal Term 9 displays a four Step time-like succession from Idea (1) to Knowledge (2) to
Routine (3) to Form (4) in sequence, consistent with each 4 Step Cycle. Each active interface in the Term is
open and thus without specific boundaries or limits apart from those implied by the context, in this case the
global human context being considered. As such the Primary Idea (1) is a Universal Human Archetypal pattern
that defines all humans as members of a common species. In Step 1, this open Idea (1) includes all archetypal
energy patterns of all Host human beings. It implicitly selects them from the Void for synchronous recall into

Meanwhile the Secondary Universal Term 3 is assimilating a specific animating action sequence for each
specific human being via the C2=C3 (Organs=Cells) coalescence that links Idea (1) to Form (4). In Step 2 of
each Cycle UT3 transforms to UT6 which represents a specific corporeal body of an individual Human Being
as a separate physical Form. The Primary Universal Term 9 does not transform in Step 2. It proceeds to Step
2 which is the Knowledge (2) interface which succeeds the Idea (1) interface in Term 9. The corporeal body
UT6 is implicitly invested with Knowledge according to its perceived circumstance as in Figure 7. In Step 2 this
UT6 Term is also synchronous with the Particular Terms T1R, T2E and T5E. The T1R term anticipates a
capacity to enact a patterned response. T2E is an expressive Creative Idea
R1 superimposed on the triad of
closed centers representing archetypal forms of Host (1), Organs (2) and Cells (3). T5E is enacting a
patterned action sequence developed in preceding Steps. This is illustrated in
other articles.  

It can be noted here that in Step 3 the Primary Universal Term 9 must transform to a subjective concern with
each specific Host to be consistent with the Secondary UT3 Term and the Transference of Idea into Form. The
Cells (3) interface is facing and coalesced with the Organs (2) interface from a subjective (left side)
perspective and molecular Forms (4) are subjective to Cells (3) in UT3. This arrangement is consistent with
the countercurrent identities
R1 and R2 within the subjective context of the Host (1) in UT8R.  As we shall see
this translates as a budgeting concern with Routines (3) which is the third active interface in the time-like
succession of active interfaces in UT9.
The Step 2 Corporeal Body – UT6:
Fig. 7
In UT6 each individual person’s corporeal body explicitly displays a triad of closed shapes within the open
context of molecular Form common to the operating field of the whole planet. The closed shapes of Cells (3),
Organs (2) and the Host (1) human being are represented by the ellipses within the context of the open
boundless molecular Form (4) interface. Consistent with Step 2 in UT9, we have Knowledge of our Host bodies
Cells and Organs as these relate to the open Form (4) of the physical environment including other humans.
Each human Host (1) has a closed physical surface that is interdependent with Organs (2) and Cells (3).

All closed surfaces are members of a triadic relationship in some way, in all the Higher Systems. In this case
our various sensory organs can feel, see and know our various body parts such that we tend to identify this
physical body as being our “self” and constituting who we are. While common logic may tell us this is true,
insofar as our Cells that constitute our Organs and Body clothe themselves in molecules, it is also clear from
Figure 7 that the triad is independent from the molecular Forms (4) common to the whole planet. The triad
works behind the physical scenes to sustain and animate each of us.

There are three projections that relate the triad to the physical environment.  One of the synchronous
Particular Terms, T5E, is enacting a pattern of parallel action sequences in muscles throughout the Host’s
body that requires mutual reconciliation with synchronous T2E and T1R terms in the other Particular Sets that
will result in action sequences to follow. All this must be consistent with a continual flow of coherent action in
Cells (3) and Organs (2) throughout the body of the Host (1) as these three members of the triad mutually
relate to the physical environment via projections
P3, P2 and P1 respectively. This mutual balance is consistent
with the Knowledge (2) open active interface of the Primary Universal Term T9 in Step 2 of the Cycle. The
energy supplies
P1 available to the Host (1) must balance expenditures P3 of Cells (3) and P2 of Organs (2).
Step 3 and a Coherent Balance between UT8R and UT6:
Fig. 2
In Step 3 of each Cycle UT6 does not transform. Instead UT9 transforms to UT8R which coheres with UT6. The
advance to Center 3 in UT9 concerns a Universal Routine of scheduling the distribution of available resources,
necessitating the transformation to UT8R. A second look at UT8R shows the countercurrent relational wholes
R1 and R2 within the context of the Host (1), while in the UT6 triad Cells (1), Organs (2) and Host (1) are
mutually linked in pairs by self-similar countercurrent identities that require them to have mutual boundaries.
Because the active interfaces in UT8R are open and unbounded, the open Host (1) interface can align with the
Form (4) interface of the UT6 term, such that each human Host is identified with the molecular Forms that clothe
them, as common logic tells us.

The countercurrent identities
R1 and R2 of UT8R link up the members of the UT6 triad in pairs within this dual
context of molecular Form (3) in UT6 and archetypal Host (1) in UT8R. It must do this in counterclockwise order
from C1 to C3, then from C3 to C2, then from C2 back to C1. Only in this order do the Cell (3) and Organ (2)
interfaces align in both UT8R and UT6. Otherwise Organs and Cells would be at cross purposes resulting in
degenerate cycles associated with disease. Because the Universal Centers are universally open they are
confined within the closed centers of the UT6 triad and tunnel through them in pairs in human beings
everywhere. To help visualize how these Primary and Secondary Terms cohere together the three distinct
linkages across each UT6 triad interval are described separately as follows:

The Host (1) to Cells (3) Interval of UT6:
The open Cell (3) interface of UT8R aligns with all cells of each human Host (1) in UT6. Across the interval
between Host (1) and Cells (3) in UT6 the open Organ (2) interface of UT8R aligns with specific closed Cells (3)
of UT6 in each specific Organ. It specifies the kind of organ cell. The countercurrent
R1 and R2 in UT8R thus
relates the molecular Forms (4) within all Cells (3) of each human Host (1) across the interval to specific closed
Cells (3) in UT6 as specified for all human Organs (2) by the open interface of UT8R.  

The Cells (3) to Organs (2) Interval of UT6:
The open Cell (3) interface of UT8R aligns with all specific closed Cells (3) of UT6 of each human being. Across
the interval between Cells (3) and Organs (2) in UT6 the open Organ (2) interface of UT8R aligns with all
specific closed Organs (2) of UT6. The countercurrent
R1 and R2 in UT8R thus relates the open molecular
Forms (4) within all Cells (3) across the interval from specific closed Cells (3) to each specific Organ (2) in UT6
as specified for all human Organs (2) by the open interface of UT8R.  

The Organs (2) to Host (1) Interval of UT6:
The open Cell (3) interface of UT8R aligns with all specific closed Organs (2) of UT6 of each human being.
Across the interval between Organs (2) and Host (1) in UT6 the open Organs (2) interface of UT8R aligns with
each specific human Host (1) of UT6. Completing the triad across this third interval invests each Host with a
complement of Organs (2) consistent with the Cells in the first interval. The countercurrent
R1 and R2 in UT8R
thus relates the open molecular Forms (4) within all Cells (3) across the interval from specific closed Organs (2)
to each human Host (1) in UT6 as specified for all human Organs (2) by the open interface of UT8R.  

These three pairs of linkages within this dual context require that all molecular processes in all cells within all
organs of each human being conform to a Primary Universal pattern for all human beings. The triadic
relationship between Cells (3), Organs (2) and Host (1) within the physical Form (4) of the external environment
in UT6 find living compatibility with the relationship between Organs, Cells and their internal molecular Forms
within the context of the Primary Universal Archetypal Host (1) of all human beings as required by UT8R. There
is unlimited variety to how this can work in specific circumstances.

The projections
P1, P2 and P3 of UT6 are each required to balance available molecular energy supplies with
anticipated demand as specified by
P2 and P1 respectively of UT8R. The latter P2 and P1 projections span
each of the three intervals of UT6. Each of the
P1, P2 and P3 projections around the triad of UT6 thus consists
of a balance between
P2 and P1 of UT8R. The energy supplies and demands of the Host thus find a balanced
distribution to Organs and Cells according to an ongoing priority of needs.

System 3 diagram may help to visualize how the open Primary Set tunnels through the closed triad of the
Secondary Set.
Step 4 and a Coherent Balance between UT8R and UT2E:
Fig. 8
In Step 4 UT8R does not transform. The corporeal body of UT6 inverts to a Universal expressive mode of Term 2
(UT2E). This universal creative idea term is aligned with parallel regenerative modes of Particular Terms 2
throughout the body that will be involved in a succeeding action sequence. It is also synchronous with a
regenerative action sequence T5R and an expressive mode of T1E. The latter Term identifies the parallel
perceived needs and capacities of cells throughout the body to respond to the environment in a manner
consistent with other Terms and circumstances as integrated by the Universal Sets.    

In this UT2E term the triad (1, 3, 2) remains linked in pairs by UT8R in the same way as in UT6 except that they
are not within an external context of molecular Form (4) as in UT6. The open Form (4) interface of UT6 has
inverted to a position within all Cells (3) as they relate to the archetypal Idea (1) of the specific human Host (1).
This includes the integrated creative Idea being entertained for a subsequent action sequence. This represents
the molecular Form (4) energy anticipated to be expended and it must be reconciled with the three synchronous
Particular Terms, T1E, T2R, and T5R.

R1 in this UT2E Term is an expressive creative idea consistent with other Terms and Steps. This completes a
budgeted distribution of available energy supplies in Cells (3) throughout the body to meet the creative needs of
the Host (1) as they relate to Organs (3) in the UT2E triad. This budgeted energy distribution requires
consistency with the synchronous Particular T2R Terms in all parallel pathways that are anticipated to be involved
in a subsequent action sequence.  

The UT8R Term coheres by tunnelling through the triad intervals of UT2E such that the integrated expression of
the creative idea
R1 in UT2E takes place within the open Primary Universal Host Idea (1) of UT8R as illustrated in
Figure 2. This open Primary Universal Idea is the archetypal energy pattern of the whole human species. In other
words the expressive ideas of each specific human being relate to the whole human species. We are social
creatures that independently respond to our social milieu. While this may entail ethnic and nationalistic agendas,
identification with these subsumed levels of humanity to the exclusion of the whole of humanity isolate the former
from the latter, inviting long term negative consequences. Our cultural and national heritages are properly
vehicles through which we can independently contribute to humanity in a global context. The age-old dilemma of
“self and other” or “one and many” or “universal and particular” requires an appropriate recognition of universal
values interpreted in context.

Step 5 and a New Cycle:  

At the end of each Cycle there is a discontinuity since both the Primary and Secondary Universal Sets both
transform back to UT9 and UT3 respectively to begin a new Cycle with the same pattern of transformations. Since
there are three Particular Sets transforming through four Steps in each Cycle there is always a complete
complement of seven expressive and five regenerative Particular modes in each Cycle, albeit in different Sets, as
shown in Figures 9 and 10. It takes twelve Steps and three Cycles for each Particular Set to complete its
transform sequence.
Universal Sets
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
Particular Sets
Set 1
Set 2
Set 3
Fig. 9
Fig. 10
The Subsumed Level of the Cell:

Because of the nested self-similar character of how the System works the above description of how the human
Host (1), Organs (2), Cells (3) and molecular Form (4) are integrated can also be applied to how Host Cells (1),
Organelles (2), Enzymes (3) and molecular Form (4) are organized and integrated. The methodology allows us
to read down inside the cell to gene transcription, translation, and related epigenetic factors as introduced in
other cell articles. The methodology can thus integrate the vast fund of empirical knowledge that has been
accumulated by traditional methods and expand the horizons of science in far more meaningful ways. It
complements traditional scientific methods. Otherwise we are left with an ever burgeoning amount of empirical
data with no coherent way to meaningfully integrate it into a living whole.

Characteristics Essential to the Universal Methodology:

The universal methodology is a strict discipline. It cannot be modified or changed because it reflects the cosmic
order that has always been implicit in all phenomena. It specifies the structural nature of change. It is based
solely on requirements intuitively implicit in the nature of Universal Wholeness that must be in evidence if there
is to be coherent integrated meaning in phenomenal experience.

It cannot be a blind belief system. On the contrary the methodology requires intensive question into the nature
of phenomena are they are presented to us. It is not another theory of everything typically dependent on
language because it delineates the roots of meaning inherent in language as interpreted in any context.
Likewise it cannot be reduced to algorithm. In this respect it is structural as distinct from behavioral since it
encompasses all possible varieties of phenomenal behaviour. It both requires and facilitates direct intuitive
insight into the structural dynamics of the creative process in any given circumstance. It can thus guide our
intuitive processes in more constructive directions without presupposing a behavioural ideology. It requires
patient unconditioned reflection over a period of time to grasp then many doors begin to open.   
System 4 Terms
System 3
Introduction to The System
Inside Our Three Brains
Human Nervous System - Part 1 - Spinal Cord
Human Nervous System - Part 2 - Cerebellum
Cell Overview
Cell Membrane & Signaling
Primary Cilia, The System & Mind
Gene Expression