Primal Quests led to the generation (invention) of Model Beings within psychosocial reality. These Beings live on distinct and some of these are where people can live too. It is now time to consider how Model Beings influence each other, and by extension how people exert influence when functioning on their specific .
It is obvious that Model Beings on the should affect each other because each enables the exercise of distinctive powers. Those distinctive powers have been identified as essentially ethical and creative. By using the notion of Model Beings, we can work out what influences are likely to be. In THEE, such interactional patterns take the form of a Tree: i.e. the Root Typology-Hierarchy Tree.
It is conjectured that each person has a preferred Divine Realm., but can function on lower . With effort, a move to a higher is possible. This investigation will propose that everyone can be affected for better or worse by the ethical and creative influences of other , including those in the
The presence of a Tree was immediately suggested by the division of the hierarchy into: v The Divine. As noted: are in nature, and and are Divine. This is an obvious context-content arrangement and will become the internal duality of the Tree.
Any Tree handles a tension or dilemma that is instantly activated by use of any of the Levels, here . Because these are intrinsically ethical-creative, obligations immediately arise. These obligations do create a tension-dilemma and an earlier analysis suggested that this manifests as Good v Evil.
Because of this dynamic duality, I call this the . Because human existence must depend on the good triumphing, it would seem that the Tree is a .
To Reiterate: Being ethical and being creative are the twin distinctive features held in common by the whole human race.
This inquiry develops the Root Typology Tree systematically as usual, but in a new way due to the scientific significance and speculative nature of the internal duality: v Divine. (Read about other ways to discover Trees.)
Originally posted: 26-Oct-2012