Abstract In a quote of A.S. Eddington it is stated that “where science progressed the farthest, the mind has but regained from nature that which the mind has put into nature”. Selecting this kind of observed reality as central theme implies the assumption that present and future belong to the issue of reality. Further, an attempt to place the two German realities, which have emerged after WWII in the context of a new German reality, means defining modern political life in trans-reality terms. Hence, studying reality in agreement with a predetermined (internal) order means working with the Agent [A] and Objective [O] components of the [AaO] system. By applying a mirror-strategy, it becomes possible to carry out rigorous examinations on the roots of [A] and [O]. The root of the corresponding dimension of Intention has become manifest in the Reliability concept. By recognizing the final step in the transformation, the corresponding dimension of Orientation is manifesting Shaping of human knowledge as the important root. In conclusion, in describing the trans-reality of Germany, a new formulation and advanced system description plays a central role. Moreover, the concepts, describing the roots of the German trans-reality, serve the methodological underpinning and explanation of additional novelties.