dividual (dee-vee-joo-al, adjective, noun)
- A divisible dimensional human being, as in possession of multiple non-integrated noumenal aspects.
- A divided (with severable aspects) person: a noself; the noself.
- A divisible entity: a non-integrated multiple distinguishable person.
- That of divisible, separated, apportioned, dispensed, dispersed, severable nature.
- A person that just goes on being: a being that just is: a being that just goes on being.
- A non-individual person made up of multiple non-integrated noumenal aspects instead of a composited, or compounded, singular coalesced person.
- A person in possession of multiple dispersed dimensions/aspects that are never integrated but work side by side, communicating with each other.
- Without a sense of center-ship in one’s own sense of existential being.
- A noself, unself, egoless person: a non-reflective person.
- Being utterly objective instead of being subjective: an intra-being; an intro-being.
- Existing without a subject (an ego): devoid of a sensed centered composer within one’s own existential being.
- A person that is self-less; egoless; the not-I; subject-less; without center-ship; non-individuated.
–Other related forms
su-pra-di-vi-du-al, adjective, noun
ul-tra-di-vi-du-al, adjective, noun
1590 – Feb. 03, 2011 (Pentaspace, Holocycle 29, 5 R.M. L.E.C.: Solar North): ENG dividual.
Word Origin & File
1590-2011 (5 R.M. L.E.C.); from Modern ENG, dividual: From ‘divid’ (L. us) + ‘ual’ (L. -uus: being dual). A ‘dividual’ entity entails a person that is divisible/dividuatedwith multiple noumenal dimensions/aspects that are not integrated; however, the aspects exist and work side by side, communicating with each other while still remaining separated within their own dimensions. A dividual person never experiences the figurative/metaphorical sense of either “falling to pieces,” or, “falling apart” because you can’t break into pieces/parts on something that is already naturally dispersed apart. A dividual person is made of multiple aspects that are made of dispersed psychological and physiological dimensions (i.e., the immaterial mind and the material biological aspects remain non-integrated while still communicating with each other from within their own separated dimensions). As a dividual entity, when a person is sick, the illness is only experienced from one dimension while the other dimensions are unaffected; hence, the term ‘diseased’ (dis – eased) is unknown because the illness is not experienced as a whole as it would be in the case for an ‘individual,’ thus making the sense of ‘wholeness’ fall apart (dis-eased): In the case for a dividual, the sense of being ‘unified’ is not even an issue for there is no need for a sense of internal ‘unity;’ hence, you cannot make ‘diseased’ (dis-unified) on something that is not even ‘unified’ to begin with, because the sense of ‘ease’ for a dividual person, is not based on being internally unified/centered. For a dividual, there is no sense of possessing a center point; a dividual is without utter center-ship. Everything about being a dividual is always being objective, never subjective. A dividual entity is egoless, literally self-less, without utter subjectivity and non-reflective; without center-ship; non-individuated; non-singleton; without a sense of utter completeness; without intactness; without a sense of summation; without the need of being whole; without singularity; without a sense of solidarity; without the sense of being rooted or grounded; without unified collections; without assemblages; without a sense of entirety; without a need for a sense of maintaining a totality system; without a sense of composite or compounded ensembles; without a sense of integrated combinational parts/aspects; without challenges for there is no ” I “ in my form of being: without pride and proudness; without a sense of persistency and consistency; without complexities; without either uncertainties or certainties; without difficulties or obstacles; without falling apart; without falling to pieces; without loneliness; without doubts; without a sense of either internal disunity or unity; without a sense of oneness or wholesomeness. Each multiple aspects/dimensions are referred to as a thing-in-itself (a noumena): the dimensions are not multiple self-states: further, each aspect do have multiple aspects within its own dimensional realm (i.e., subdivisions in each dimension). A dividual is the opposite of an individual. A dividual person is not in possession of collective-consciousness (collective social ideas). A dividual entity is only in possession of one internal object (being) within its’ own mental realm that is utterly uniformed, immutable and impervious to figurative/metaphorical internal changes; hence, unlike ‘The-Self’ (the-Ego/the I), the sense of the internal metaphorical transcendence, transformation, rebirth, reborn, conversion, as well as the figurative metamorphosis, adaptation and transmutation are useless: However, internally, IT can be expanded without contracting or subtracting from its own being (without internal changes): ‘changes’ to a dividual entity is only externally known to be literal (i.e., changing clothes, shoes, color paints, dinner, careers, etc.). There is nothing puzzling about a dividual’s internal object (being) within itself—internally, IT is simplistic and without paradoxes—without complexities and utter confusions: IT itself is peace: IT (the being within its own dimensional noumena) doesn’t try to be at peace, IT just is. The internal being of a dividual entity is automatically ‘constant‘ as opposed to always, without pause, being intently ‘consistent‘ and ‘persistent,’ as is solely the case for an individual. A dividual person is a ‘spatian‘ (one who is without/empty of time), and therefore without the mental actuation of a three dimensional time (i.e., past, present and future); hence, for a dividual, everything that occurs and happens, occurs and happens within space and not within time. As a dividual entity, the person is ‘excemoless‘ (emotionless:without the figurativeandthemetaphorical heartandsoul). The ‘soul,’ for a dividual entity, is nothing more but the animating physical body itself; in other words, the soul is literal, and is made with nothing more but of organs, muscles, blood, bones, water, bacteria and skin: Hence, the “figurative heart” (belief) in the “metaphorical soul” (pseudo-disembodied consciousness) is nonexistent to dividual persons. Therefore, dividually fashioned, it is dividualistically known that the ‘soul‘ itself permanently expires.
[This word was constructed during the objective Gregorian year, 1590: however, the meaning of the word was superimposed/expanded by my being in the metrivider of Pentaspace, Holocycle 29, 5 R.M. L.E.C. (Solar North): By: Sabiazoth Alonso]
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[Aspati/Space: Hexaspace, Dormicycle 3, 8 R.M. L.E.C. (Solar North)]