Using the top third of this graphic, what word(s) or term(s) is most recognized for representing REAL objects: 1) the objects themselves (not the phenomenal experience of them); 2) not known to be experienced by anyone ever (e.g. on a planet far far away); 3) not experienced by a specific person (like you or like me); and 4) experienced by someone unknown by a specific person (e.g. john experienced it but sue did not...or they experienced things like that in the middle ages but not today). The same options apply for REAL phenomena (top right of the image below).
Secondarily (looking at the bottom half), do you agree each of the things one's mind does are 'phenomena' in-and-of themselves, and the objects stored from those phenomena are phenomenal objects, like knowledge, understanding, beliefs, values and abilities. And is there a unique term for a string-of-phenomenas other than 'causal chain, and is there a unique term for a collection of related phenomenal objects?
Any sourcing for your answer is appreciated!