Transcend-Ascend - Text by M. Alan Kazlev One who transcends to one toposophic, then ascends to the next. For example an intelligence may transcend to SI:1, leaving behind everything of itself that was of SI:<1. Then e may ascend to S2, retaining eir SI:1 nature but adding an S2 superstructure on top of the SI:1 nature. Contrast ascend-transcend. Often however the dividing lines are not this well defined.
Transcendent Being - Text by M. Alan Kazlev An entity that is distinct from physical existence, whether considered ontologically, as a supernatural or supraphysical being, or soteriologically, as a being that is no longer a part of embodied existence or samsara. The existence of a transcendent being or beings (e.g. God, Buddhas, etc.) is central to many religious memeticities, but denied by physicalist memeticities.
Transingularity - Text by M. Alan Kazlev  (archaic) SI:1 or higher  (archaic) pertaining to a toposophic level higher than SI:1  Pertaining to relations between entities of different toposophic levels