1.”Five aggregates (pañcakkhandha) represent ANY given living-being”.
4 “…. at any given time, there is a “person” with a set of gati (habits/character) responsible for the actions done at that time.
And: “– Then based on one’s gati (and also based on who was seen), one will respond to that “seeing event” in the above example.” Now, “a living-being together with his/her all experiences can be described ENTIRELY in terms of those five aggregates.” Precisely THERE is the connection between the 5 khandhas and gati that I saw.
I see you already have made an addition or alteration to # 4 (the third-listed point).
Thank you. I will wait. This topic promises to draw quite some interest.