The Superchristian/Subheathen Integrity of Metaphysics.  Finally, I should like to bring to the metaphysical distinction between supernurturalism, so to speak, and subnaturalism, or, in alternative if equivalent terminology, superconsciousness and subsensuousness, a like distinction between superchristianity and subheathenism.  Hence rather than a simple ascription of superchristian to the metaphysical elemental context, as before, I should like to reduce that to the psychic component, and allow for an identification of subheathenism with its somatic component, the former free and the latter bound, the former bright and the latter dark, in accordance with the 3:1 ratio of psyche to soma which makes for a 'super'/'sub' distinction between the two aspects of metaphysics, an absolutely male element in which psyche precedes and preponderates over soma in the manner described, with a contrast, in consequence, between superchristian life and subheathen death, the truth and joy of grace coupled to the illusion and woe of wisdom in an elemental context that, being noumenally subjective, is righteous in its saved and blessed absolute holiness in relation to repetitive light.