Article 8 - Divine System of Semantics
The Divine System of Semantics is a system of rules and methods for the valid assembly, disassembly, interpretation and transmission of meaning assigned to objects and concepts as DA using the Divine System of Symbols and the Divine System of Classification.
A DA has only one primary meaning attached to it, but may belong to several classifications that add to this primary meaning.
As a DA has only one primary meaning attached to it, a DA is the smallest possible original elemental unit of Divine meaning.
As a DA is the smallest possible original elemental unit of Divine meaning, there is no unit of non-DA meaning that can precede or abrogate the meaning of a DA.
As a DA is the smallest possible original elemental unit of Divine meaning, all DA precede the existence of words and lesser languages. Therefore, all words are inferior to DA, regardless of claimed age and custom.
A unit of DA is equivalent to a unit of Awareness so that the total set of DA is equivalent to Unique Collective Awareness. Similarly, the smallest unit of meaning of a DA is equivalent to the smallest unit of Awareness which is equivalent to a point of UCA.
Perfect meaning represented by a perfect paradox resolves itself to the Divine, whereas imperfect meaning represented by a logical conclusion resolves itself to the Universe.