Cenocracy: A Declaration for Greater Independence
Calling All Communists and Socialists
page 1

http://www.cenocracy.org


Let us begin with an apology. We sincerely apologize that it took us so long to come around to your camps. Though our itinerant, peripatetic sojourns had led us far and wide, we must admit it was always on the outskirts of your territorial perimeters. But now we are here... yet not to follow... but to lead. It is our intent to lead all of you into a new direction of purpose by establishing a more comprehensive analysis of history and application of structure towards the development of a new Sociology, a better social governance ideology than has hitherto been considered.


For those deeper thinkers of Marxian ideology, you have admitted that his analysis of history is flawed in that the expected outcome, as derived from the information supplied in terms of it being a type of mathematical equation, did not include enough of the necessary variables. His formula is akin to the usage of basic mathematics when there is a requirement for an algebraic calculus. Those who have tried their hand at revising Marx's "Scientific Socialism" formula typically engage in the adoption of an absorption towards unraveling content and context and then interpreting various social minutiae within the formula as it is, as a proposed necessity of rewriting his perspective within the same type of equation with more of the same variables already in place, albeit by using different forms of labeling and inverting properties which give the impression that a new formula is being introduced. In short, we want to provide additional variables to the already existing formulas, in order that the overall equation is rewritten so as to include appreciations as we can surmise in this present era.

We have come to your many divergent camps of Communism and Socialism because you are not afraid to think alternatively, unlike those who foolishly believe themselves to be living under the roof of some preferred Democracy. Those who believe themselves to be engaged in the practice of a Democracy are conservative thinkers. They are like a town drunk too inebriated to make any real sense of their social circumstances, much less a larger body of environmental information. Talking to such people is like trying to engage a swarm of insects in a conversation. We know, because we have tried. So now we come to you... those who are not afraid to have an open mind, even though there are some amongst you who can be just as tunnel-visioned as those who dogmatically assert they live under some esteemed Democracy.


So let us begin by saying that discussions about society need to include discussions involving human Anatomy, Biology, an, Physiology that can be abbreviated "APB", and associated with the letters signifying an "All Points Bulletin" reference used in various television shows in which a 'cops and crooks' scenario is portrayed. In a sense, this is what we are doing. We are sending out an "All Points Bulletin" to the various "Precincts" of Communist and Socialist thinkers, which will necessarily make some assumed Democracy Camps send in spies to find out what all the commotion is about. Town drunks may be appreciably ignorant but they are nosey. We will use their noisiness to create a different type of secret dossier to go along with all the anti-Capital naughtiness they've compiled. By labeling something bad and secret, they will no doubt either try to undermine the development of a fledgling ideology or claim it as there own. In any case, the new ideas will spread. But let's now move away from the humor and get serious.


We want to provide some generally overlooked correlational aspects of Human anatomy, biology and physiology since structure and function with respect to these subjects do play a significant part in the type of society we have. However, comparative anatomy can be helpful as well when a larger historical development is taken into account beginning with more pristine origins. For example, let us look at a list of Human anatomical references which are compiled into a selectively chosen similarity... namely, patterns-of-three, though geometric configurations in the form of a triangle are not included. The following list is from a page by Dr. John A. McNulty of Loyola University:


The structure of the human body is organized into groups of three with remarkable frequency. I have listed several examples of this tendency by region. This list does not include structures contributing to form the many "triangles" in the body.


If you know of any more, please let me know: --- John A. McNulty, Ph.D. ---
mailto:jmcnulty@lumc.edu

General

3 layers of skin: Epidermis- Dermis- Hypodermis
3 general venous circulations: Systemic- Pulmonary- Portal

Embryology

3 germ layers: Endoderm- Mesoderm- Ectoderm
3 divisions of somites: Sclerotome- Dermatome- Myotome
3 definitive kidneys: Pronephros- Mesonephros- Metanephros
3 derivatives of skull: Desmo/dermatocranium- Splanchno/viscerocranium- Chondrocranium
3 initial embryonic divisions of the brain: Prosencephalon- Mesencephalon- Rhombencephalon

Back

3 parts of the erector spinae m.: Iliocostalis- Longissimus- Spinalis
    (each are divided again into 3 parts)

3 parts of the transversospinalis m.: Semispinalis m.- Multifidus m.- Rotator m.
3 coverings of the spinal cord: Dura mater- Arachnoid- Pia
3 spaces surrounding spinal cord: Epidural- Subdural- Subarachnoid
3 borders of the scapula: Medial (vertebral)- Lateral- Superior
3 angles of the scapula

Neck

3 parts of the axillary artery...

3rd part of axillary artery has 3 branches:
Subscapular- Anterior humeral circumflex- Posterior humeral circumflex

3 Brachial plexus trunks: Upper- Middle- Lower
3 posterior Brachial plexus divisions
3 anterior Brachial plexus divisions)

3 Brachial plexus cords:
(A) Lateral
(B) Medial

3 branches off medial cord: Medial brachial- Medial antebrachial- Medial pectoral
(C) Posterior

3 branches off posterior cord: Upper subscapular- Lower subscapular- Thoracodorsal

3 branches off the thyrocervical trunk: Transverse cervical- Suprascapular- Inferior thyroid

3 veins drain the thyroid gland:
  1. Superior (into internal jugular)
  2. Middle (into internal jugular)
  3. Inferior (into left brachiocephalic)

3 scalene muscles: Anterior- Middle- Posterior

3 muscles attach to spine of C2:
  • Semispinalis cervicis
  • Obliquus capitis inferior
  • Rectus capitis posterior major

3 constrictor muscles: Superior- Middle- Inferior
3 parts of the pharynx: Nasopharynx- Oropharynx- Laryngeopharynx
3 parts to the hyoid bone: Body- Greater horn- Lesser horn
3 structures inside carotid sheath: Common carotid artery- Internal jugular vein- Vagus nerve
3 ganglia in sympathetic cervical chain: Superior (magnum)- Middle- Inferior (stellate)

Head

3 parts of the maxillary artery: Mandibular- Pterygoid- Pterygopalatine
3 divisions of the trigeminal nerve:
  • V1 Ophthalmic... has 3 branches (Frontal- Nasociliary- Lacrimal
  • V2 Maxillary
  • V3 Mandibular

    (has 3 parts) Undivided trunk- Anterior division- Posterior division
    (has 3 branches) Auriculotemporal- Lingual inferior- Alveolar

3 cranial fossae: Anterior- Middle- Posterior
3 nuchal (nape of the neck) lines: Inferior- Superior- Highest
3 layers to calvarium: Outer table- Diploe- Inner table
3 clinoid processes of the sphenoid bone: Anterior- Middle- Posterior
3 cranial nerves (C.N.) pass through jugular foramen: C.N. IX- C.N. X- C.N. XI
3 cranial nerves (C.N.) travel in the wall of the cavernous sinus: C.N. III- C.N. IV- C.N. V
3 cranial nerves (C.N.) carry parasympathetics to the head: C.N. III- C.N. VII- C.N. IX
3 nasal conchae: Superior- Middle- Inferior
3 principal components of the temporal bone: Squama- Petro/mastoid- Tympanic ring
3 bones of the upper jaw/palate: Premaxilla- Maxilla- Palatine
3 salivary glands: Parotid- Submaxillary- Sublingual



Note: At this juncture, it is of value to note that we humans have a 1st, 2nd and 3rd molar designation as well as the 3rd molars being designated the wisdom teeth. However, it is of notable interest to provide an illustration of the number of teeth in different animals, because of a "0-1,2,3" differentiation is displayed and will be of correlational significance later in the discussion:


teeth comparisons (27K)



3 muscles innervated by 3 cranial nerves attach to the styloid process:
  • Stylohyoid - C.N. VII
  • Stylopharyngeus - C.N. IX
  • Styloglossus - C.N. XII

3 layers in tympanic membrane [eardrum] (derived from 3 germ layers)
3 cranial nerves innervate the external tympanum: C.N. V- C.N. VII- C.N. X
3 middle ear bones: Incus- Malleus- Stapes
3 parts of the ear: Outer- Middle- Inner
3 semicircular canals (of the ear)
3 membranes of the cochlea: Reissner- Tectorial- Basilar
3 intrinsic muscles of the tongue: Longitudinal- Vertical- Transverse
3 muscles elevate the mandible: Masseter m.- Temporalis m.- Medial pterygoid m.

3 branches of the posterior auricular artery:
  • Stylomastoid branch
  • Auricular branch
  • Occipital branch



Note: With respect to hearing, speech and grammar, see the following link: Three-patterned ear structure


Human ear components (9K)



3 branches of the ophthalmic nerve (VI): Nasociliary n.- Frontal n.- Lacrimal n.
3 superior alveolar nerves:
  • Anterior superior alveolar nerve
  • Middle superior alveolar nerve
  • Posterior superior alveolar nerve

3 types of deciduous teeth: Incisors- Canine- Molars
3 layers of dentition: Enamal- Dentin- Pulp
3 general layers of the eye: Retinal- Choroidal/ciliary body- Scleral/corneal
3 color receptors in (eye) cone cells: Red- Blue- Yellow

3 nerves to the larynx:
  • External laryngeal nerve
  • Internal laryngeal nerve
  • Recurrent laryngeal nerve

3 cerebral arteries: Anterior- Middle- Posterior

3 arteries supply the cerebellum:
  • Superior cerebellar
  • Anterior inferior cerebellar
  • Posterior inferior cerebellar

Shoulder

3 muscles attach to coracoid process: Coracobrachialis- Pectoralis minor- Short head of biceps

3 parts of the axillary artery... (3rd part has 3 branches):
  • Subscapular artery
  • Anterior circumflex humeral artery
  • Posterior circumflex humeral artery

3 muscles of the rotator cuff are rotators
3 glenohumeral ligaments: Superior- Middle- Inferior

Arm

3 muscles in anterior compartment: Biceps brachii- Coracobrachialis- Brachialis
3 heads of triceps brachii m.: Long- Lateral- Medial
3 muscles attach to greater tubercle of the humerus: Supraspinatus- Infraspinatus- Teres minor
3 parts of the ulnar collateral ligament of the elbow: Anterior- Posterior- Oblique

Forearm

3 muscles in deep anterior compartment:
  • Flexor digitorum profundus
  • Flexor pollicis longs
  • Pronator quadratus

Hand

3 muscles in thenar eminence:
  • Opponens pollicis
  • Flexor pollicis brevis
  • Abductor pollicis brevis

3 muscles in hypothenar compartment:
  • Flexor digiti minimi
  • Abductor digiti minimi
  • Opponens digiti minimi

3 phalanges in fingers: Proximal- Middle- Distal
3 palmer interossei

Thorax

3 compartments: Mediastinum- Left pleural cavity- Right pleural cavity

3 branches off the aortic arch:
  • Brachiocephalic artery
  • Left common carotid artery
  • Left subclavian artery

3 parts of the aorta: Ascending- Arch- Descending
3 principal surfaces of the pleura: Costal- Diaphragmatic- Mediastinal
(the cupola is the superior extension)

3 lobes of the right lung: Superior- Middle- Inferior


Note: 3 lobes on the right, 2 on the left. 3 (tricuspid) heart valves on the right, 2 (mitral/bicuspid) valves on the left. And thinking in terms of a stroke, where the left hemisphere brain is affected, the right side is affected and vice versa. Attributes of the left brain hemisphere are "three" organized while attributes aligned with the right hemisphere are "two" organized. It is extremely important that the distinction be made since a discussion of the brain's development... and the development of society have parallels.




3 bronchopulmonary segments of the upper right lobe: Apical- Posterior- Anterior

3 muscles of interthoracic wall:
  • External intercostal
  • Internal intercostal
  • Intercostalis intimus

3 false ribs on each side
3 cusps of the semilunar aortic and pulmonary valves of the heart
3 cusps of the tricuspid (heart) valve
3 main arteries of the heart: Circumflex- Anterior interventricular- Right coronary
3 splanchnic nerves: Greater- Lesser- Least

Abdomen

3 folds in anterior abdominal wall:
  • Median (obliterated urachus)
  • Medial (obliterated umbilical a.)
  • Lateral (inferior epigastric a.)

3 muscles contribute to linea semilunaris/rectus abdominus aponeurosis:
  • Internal oblique
  • External oblique
  • Transversus abdominus

3 openings in diaphragm: Aortic- Esophageal- Inferior vena cava

3 arcuate ligaments of diaphragm:
  • Median over aorta
  • Medial over psoas major m.
  • Lateral over quadratus lumborum m.

3 parts of the stomach: Fundus- Body- Pylorus
3 smooth muscle layers of the stomach: Oblique- Longitudinal- Circular

3 unpaired branches of the abdominal aorta:
  • Celiac a.
  • Superior mesenteric a.
  • Inferior mesenteric a.

3 branches of celiac a.: Left gastric a.- Splenic a.- Common hepatic a.
3 branches of common hepatic a.: Right gastric a.- Proper hepatic a.- Gastroduodenal a.
3 arterial branches supply adrenal glands: Inferior phrenic- Aorta- Renal
3 structures lie within porta hepatis: Proper hepatic a.- Portal vein- Common bile duct

3 principal veins contribute to the portal vein:
  • Splenic vein
  • Superior mesenteric vein
  • Inferior mesenteric vein

3 parts of the small intestine: Duodenum- Jejunum- Ileum
3 parts of large intestine: Ascending- Transverse- Descending
3 tenia (band-like structure) of large intestine

3 coverings of the spermatic cord:
  • External spermatic fascia
  • Cremasteric fascia
  • Internal spermatic fascia

3 vessels in the umbilical cord: Umbilical vein and 2 umbilical arteries

Pelvis and Perineum

3 bones in os coxae: Pubis- Ilium- Ischium
3 parts of the pubis: Body- Superior ramus- Inferior ramus

3 foramina in the pelvis:
  • Obturator foramen
  • Greater ischiadic foramen
  • Lesser ischiadic foramen

3 gluteus muscles: Gluteus maximus- Gluteus medius- Gluteus minimus

3 rectal arteries:
  • Superior rectal from inferior mesenteric artery
  • Middle rectal from internal iliac artery
  • Inferior rectal from internal pudendal artery

3 branches of the posterior division of internal iliac artery:
  • Iliolumbar
  • Lateral sacral
  • Superior gluteal

3 openings in the urinary bladder: Left ureter- Right ureter- Urethra
3 parts of the urethra: Prostatic- Membranous- Spongy
3 parts of the uterus: Fundus- Body- Cervix

3 erectile compartments of the penis:
  • Corpus spongiosum
  • Left corpus cavernosum
  • Right corpus cavernosum

3 muscles in superficial perineal pouch:
  • Bulbospongiosus
  • Ischiocavernosus
  • Superficial transverse perineus

3 arteries supply the rectum:
  • Superior rectal (from inferior mesenteric)
  • Middle rectal (from internal iliac)
  • Inferior rectal (from internal pudendal)

3 valves in the rectum: Superior- Middle- Inferior

Gluteus

3 gluteal muscles: Gluteus maximus- Gluteus medius- Gluteus minimus

3 muscles innervated by superior gluteal n.:
  • Gluteus medius
  • Gluteus minimus
  • Tensor fascia lata

Thigh

3 hamstring muscles: Biceps femoris- Semitendinosus- Semimembranosus
3 compartments in the femoral sheath
3 muscular compartments of the thigh: Anterior- Medial- Posterior

3 branches of the lateral femoral circumflex a.:
  • Descending branch
  • Transverse branch
  • Ascending branch

3 muscles contribute to the pes anserinus: Sartorius- Semitendinosus- Gracilis

Leg

3 compartments in the leg... (3 muscles in anterior compartment:)
  • Tibialis anterior
  • Extensor digitorum
  • Extensor hallucis
3 branches of the peroneal artery in the leg:
  • Anterior tibial artery
  • Posterior tibial artery
  • Peroneal artery

Foot

3 cuneiform bones: Medial- Intermediate- Lateral
3 phalanges in toes: Proximal- Middle- Distal
3 plantar interossei (related to the sole of the foot)

Miscellaneous

3 exams in the course

--- List of Threes in Anatomy ---
http://www.lumen.luc.edu/lumen/MedEd/GrossAnatomy/Threes.html


Remarkable Frequency of Threes in Human Anatomy



The development of our Anatomy, Biology, and Physiology appears to take place along a 1, 2, 3 developmental sequence which necessarily inclines us to consider the process to be a maturational one. Considering this, it is not too difficult to further consider that the development of human society follows a similar sequencing though the "1,2,3" references may occur with different symbology. However, this does not mean that each of the "stages" will be consciously identified, linguistically referenced with a similarly defining label, nor that we can at present coherently discuss the observation because it is not yet part of a history of our cognitive associations aligned with our social identities. In other words, it is difficult for us to discuss that which is an idea whose comprehension has no previous developmental history in terms of discussing Sociology. It's much like coming upon a context of ideas or words for which we have no previous familiarity nor have any previous experience with in order to discuss it contemplatively, much less in any socially academic fashion.


Whereas Marx's usage of history to establish a precedent by which his ideas made sense and then gave relevance to otherwise undefined or poorly defined emotions, observations and experiences by many in a given era where similar sociological events were taking place; it was a perspective made up of seemingly disparate elements... but we of today can easily identify as having correlational value for discussions about society. It's not that the information he used wasn't known by many others, it's just that he compiled a certain set of informational aspects into a given order that made sense to millions... even if interpretations of his views were, and remain multi-varied. His ideas are a tool by which we Humans differentially apply with the sincere intent of trying to improve our social self-governance.


Yet, Marx did not include information that was, literally, already embraced in his anatomy, biology, and physiology, as a complex of variables needing to be placed into his presumed "scientific" analysis. Though he highlighted hierarchical sequences related to divisions of labor by using contrasting dichotomies and denoting instances of (inter-relational/mutually beneficial) complementarity within a (tri-partite) Hegelian dialectical structure; there are developmental forces at work which have a direct influence on our Social development. But our observations of his incomplete analysis is not meant as a disparagement. It is a revelatory assessment denoting his intended work is left unfinished. His ideas were like the first usages of fire produced by some natural event such as lightning, spewed volcanic matter, magnification of the Sun through some exposed mineral deposit, falling rocks causing sparks by striking other rocks, (or jokingly, some Australopithecine shooting off fireworks in a nearby Savannah during a dry spell). Our efforts in the usage of Marx's fire pit must progress beyond such an elementary stage.


Now that you've been introduced to a particularly recurring sequence of a given pattern in Anatomy, let us move on to Biology. This part of the discussion will begin on the next page.




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