This chapter examines the theory of reality with the disciplines that depend on the use and misuse of symbols as their final product. Historically the powers controlling Western civilization prior to and beyond the first millennia were religious folk who saw no conflict with the idea that gods and goddesses, or a single god and angels lived in an ideal world beyond the grasp of the senses. The flow of action in Conscious Action Theory (CAT) is visualized as a stream of activity between sequential spatial cross sections consisting of mass-charge density states connected by alternating internal and external force fields. In CAT, as well as through the introduction of imaginary time in many cosmological models, time flows in a cycle. Space however is required to have finite size, or it would not fit into any memory.