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Metathing

Metathings are defined as things having no beginning and no ending. They are everlasting and eternal. They have always been and always will be though their parts may continuously change and transform and become different. It is from parts of metathings that things are formed. At any given moment the metathing always has some contents of things but not always in the same proportions nor the same arrangements nor same compositions. The metathing repeats as a whole but not its individual component things and contents.

see structure trecon

see philosophy chart N.34


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