The time has come to imagine a new age, the Fourth Age of Understanding.

This is the mission of Razie Mah.

Postmodernism is hollow. In the new age, this void fills to overflowing with a global narrative, born of an understanding of talk that derives from both Ferdinand de Saussure and Charles S. Peirce.

Did I say "talk"?

The evolution of talk is not the same as the evolution of language. The evolution of talk explains the potentiation of unconstrained complexity. I call this "the first singularity". One particular fairy tale bears witness to the first singularity. It starts at Genesis 2.4. Look and see.

The Progressive agenda is full. A legion of post-religious (formerly, "enlightenment") bureaucrats swarm the corridors of power. What is this leviathan? Is it a sovereign, composed of gods, striving to become God?

Look at your television. What is it telling you?

Has the word "religion" become meaningless in the face of the leviathan?

Can self-anointed visionaries, who claim to be "not religious", establish a sovereign religion? The very question undermines current definitions of the word "religion". The question dissolves the tautologies at the foundation of Progressivism. The question calls for new tools of inquiry.

The one tool presented here, the category-based nested form, provides a new vocabulary for comprehending the natures of social construction, society and interpellation. It provides relational models for defining the word "religion". It shows us what the leviathan is. It is a mountain of organizational objectives, each requiring sovereign power.

The valleys of Postmodernism will be filled. The mountains of Progressivism will be leveled. The time has come to imagine a new age. The crisis is about to begin.

Welcome to the Age of Semiotics.