With this type of "experimental video" it's hard to find the line between art and rubbish. This video failed to communicate anything to me about what you say the subject is. It didn't even communicate the message after I knew what it was supposed to be saying. I'm not knocking your effort to do something different. I just think this video didn't say anything.
If it is required that the viewer understands all this stuff before watching, then that's fine: it's all to do with the context in which it is being viewed.
For those of us who do not understand the stuff the either (a) the video needs to be so clear that this elements stuff is obvious or (b) you need to explain the context before we watch it.
You state this is a video which is meant to be watched over and over - yet for the uninitiated there is nothing which will make us want to watch it over and over.
This is not to say that one needs to state the meaning/context in order for anything to be enjoyed: it could be enjoyed simply for what it is. For example I enjoy "Tales from Topographic Oceans" by Yes (OK I'm one of the few who admits to it ) but goodness knows what they're on bangin' about. It works on at least two levels.
If you make your video more appealing to the uninitiated, then it will draw people in to the deeper meaning within. Unfortunately, based on the comments above, it doesn't. But I think with work, it could.