Since making the original posting I've discovered several books by A.R. Bourdon (you can find them here http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/ARBORDON
) and I've learned a good bit more about their "Working Model".
To give some context, Bourdon claims to be part of a research group that at some point developed what he terms "Extension Neurosensing" (ENS). ENS is a means of extending your visual point of view (POV) to any conceivable region of the universe, including the "subquantum" realms which underlie our "4 spacetime" universe. Basically is is a sarcophagus that one lies inside while relaxing and using the usual remove viewing protocols, some kind of electronic field is used to generate a resonance with the body's fields to create what Bourdon calls a "Meissner anti-Meissner" field, which can be projected through one's own "vector intention" to any location in time /space desired. In other words, ENS is technology assisted remote viewing.
The Meissner field is the body's field of light that is emitted at 90 degrees from the surface. The anti-Meissner field is a field that manifests once a resonance condition is reached which allows for resonant harmonics to arise. The higher order harmonics constitute the anti-Meissner field, which "becomes a mobile and highly coherent vector, which can also demonstrate an ability to serve as an extension of cortical critical functions, including reasoning, awareness, and behavioral choice, as if the body itself were present in the extension context as actor and observer." (Something from No Thing
Using ENS they seek to understand the physics of the universe, and so was born the "working model". What they found is that the universe (or "Unum" in the working model) comprises 7 "superdomains" of which the observable universe accessible to modern physical observation is the innermost. At the highest level you have the "Prime Causal" from which a downward causal chain emanates all other superdomains. Below is a graphic found in "Ultimate Thought - Life in a Bicausal Universe" which depicts the seven superdomains and their functions:
The 4-spacetime region as he mentions sounds a lot like Larson's model of the universe:
"Thus, technically, what we will continually (in full respect of the tradition) refer to spacetime as 4-spacetime, is actually 6-spacetime: three dimensions of space (length, width and height) and three time effects (local time or horizontal time, and vertical time as the five infinities previously mentioned)" - from The Coming Longevitality of the Earth Human COBE Biomind