You can use either “above” or “over” to express that a thing (or a person) is at a higher level than another.
However, you use “above” (not “over”) when that same thing or person is not directly over the other:
The house sat in the mountains above the village.
The house was built over a burial ground.
In the same way, we use “over” (not “above”) to express that something covers something else and is in contact with it.
A man carrying his coat over his shoulders.
Or when talking about horizontal movement:
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
In relating to the term “beyond”, it has diverse meanings and uses:
beyond - definition of beyond by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia.
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