Now draw a double entry table with these laws in ordonnees and coordonnees).
You get a table with 81 boxes.
Box 27 for example is (causality)(symbolic correspondences), which can also be written (c)(sc).
We have here the first view of the interaction of the natural laws the way they come together in nature, contradictions reacting to motion, hierarchy interweaving with attractions.
Because of the law of complementary contradictions which brings things in two, the positive and the negative, each box of the cosmo-semantic table must be studied accordingly, having its positive as well as its negative aspect.


The cosmo-semantic table is the first peep into what, in the Bassa nation, the elders call "Nguy Minton mibi yek", literally "The power the demiurges left behind." Before anything, this power is an information structure capable of considering billions and billions of pieces of information at megabitic speed, a rate a billion time faster than the fastest electronic network.

When Um's brain taps into that structure, it can create fish, crabs, and prawns, and make them disappear at will. When a human brain taps into that structure, it can transforms man into a palmnut bunch, blasts thunder in broad daylight, or uphold the night.


To better understand cosmo-semantics and better make use of it later, we must of course conceive each law as attaining an end in itself. Its very existence is the presentation and representation of its many components unto itself, for the sake of its own ends. But the whole system is a complex unity, which can be analyzed as a process of agreeing with its own components.

Satisfactory cosmo-semantics must explain the interweaving of efficient and final causation.
One tendancy is exemplified in the slow decay of physical nature; the other tendancy is exemplified by the early renewal of nature in the spring (cycles) and by the upward course of biological evolution.