Metacosm Defined

1. A system having the form { macrocosm / mesocosm / microcosm }

2. 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 fundemental objects. This field/peer/object relationship is relative to the frame of reference and identifies the structural parallels between different systems.

See also: fractal, godël.

metacosmic / "me-t&'käz-mik / adjective