The Realm of Eternity Vs. The Realm of Space & Time
Timeless Plato is known to have been one of the pioneer minds in the recollect-able history of this Adamic cycle that highlighted The Dual nature of existence.
According to Plato, existence is divided into two realms: The Realm of Eternity and the Realm of Space and Time.
The Platonic Dualism later on inspired philosophical and theological schools of thought that would wholly revolve around derivative dualities: The duality of The Heavenly and The Earthly, The Spiritual and The Material, The Good and The Evil etc…
However, Plato did more than pose a dilemma over the nature of existence, as some historians and philosophers would later argue.
In his elaborate Theory of Forms, Plato reveals a road-map that bridges the two realms, The Realm of Eternity and The Realm of Space and Time.
The Link, according to Plato, is not about a prayer or a ritual of some sort that the Gods up in the heavens would, at some point, hear or behold and respond back to in due time, based on the holy axiom Ask and You Shall Receive, neither is about any behavioral code-of-conduct expressive of a moral or ethical ideal.
Instead,The Link revolves around a Gnostic Logic that centers around The Secret link between The Realm of Conception and The Realm of Perception.
The nature of this Logic is unleashed through the mathematics of Plato’s phenomenal Theory of Forms.
Plato’s Theory of Forms is much more than an idealistic vision. It revolves around the very nature of Human Cognition itself and the mind’s cognitive ability to control both:
The Mechanism of Asking The Question to Thy Heavenly Self, and Perceiving the Answer through Thy Earthly Self… ASK, AND YOU SHALL RECEIVE…
“The Creator never grants permission for one to ask unless HE grants permission for one to answer his own question…” (The Gnostic Texts of the Druze)
Accordingly, the Eternal Realm, to Plato, is not beyond the Adamic knowledge.
It is not heavenly or transcendent in any theological or dogmatic sense, neither is it IDEALISTIC, as it has always been ignorantly diagnosed by minds who knew not the Platonic Rank in the Sacred Gnostic Trinities.
On the contrary, The Realm of Eternity, in The Platonic Finality, intersects with the Spacio-Temporal Realm through a Matrix of Meaning that is knowledgeable.
In brief, to Plato, the Realm of Space and Time is a less perfect Translation of The Realm of Eternity.
Through Contemplating the nature of the Translation (The Perceptual Realm), however imperfect, The Cognitive Faculty that is Mistakenly referred to as the Mind and which is, in The Gnostic Finality, THE SOUL, recollects knowledge of The Conceptual Realm. The Perceptual Realm, according to Plato, is somewhat of a reflection or a copy of The conceptual Realm. Through contemplating the reflection or the copy, one recollects knowledge of The Original.
Everything in the Spacio-Temporal Realm is a significant object of contemplation: Space, the Sun, the Moon, the Stars, Light and Darkness, etc.
For example, Space, in its endlessness, is expressive of eternity and through contemplating the nature of space, the soul recollects Gnosis of eternity. The Sun, for instance, in the way it permeates vision of perceptual objects in space and time, resembles The Nature of The Mind, which permeates knowledge of conceptual forms in the eternal realm of SOUL.
Even more, Plato, in his Myth of the Sun and Myth of the Cave, hints at a Mechanism of Perception, not a Belief System that links The Absoluteness of The Realm of Eternity with The Relativity of The Realm of Space and Time.
He portrays the two realms, superimposed upon each other, and interacting with one another through a Matrix of Meaning that is subject to knowledge through contemplation and not to a Dogmatic Belief System that calls for a Behavioral Act of Obedience to be reached.
In his Theory of Forms, Plato indirectly reveals the Mathematics of this interaction – a revelation that would riddle both the religious and the scientific rationale that would later helplessly attempt to outgrow Platonism. Both institutions would reactively emphasize a mysterious chasm between the two Platonic Realms and they would venture in two separate directions, each adopting the opposite side of the chasm to the other. The Religious Institution would accentuate a lapse of space or time that supposedly separates between The Earthly and The Heaven and it would build its heavenly empires around this assumption, ironically endorsing a life style highlighted by renunciation of all forms of earthly pleasures and worldly possessions. On the other extreme, the Scientific Institution would embark upon a slow empirical journey of trial and error, after completely refuting The Heavenly side of the Chasm as idealistic. They would build empires inspired by Aristotelian philosophy at the expense of belittling and ignoring Platonism. They are not to blame, of course, being completely ignorant of the Gnostic significance of Plato and Aristotle in The Spiritual Trinity.
Once Plato’s Mathematics of Conception were superimposed upon Aristotle’s Conception of Forms, the magic that would come to nurture this Mysterious Chasm would be demystified, and the Hidden Logic between The Heavenly Realm and The Earthly Realm is thus decoded.
On the cross-point of Adamic Cognition, HERE and NOW, and not through some ghostly experience in some inexplicable future in some seventh sky, is where THE HEAVENLY TRIANGLE CONVERGES WITH THE EARTHLY AND The Vertical Line of Eternity Intersects with The Horizontal Line of Space and Time.
AT THE CROSSPOINT OF INTERSECTION, THERE IS ASCENSION AND DESCENSION…
THE HUMAN-ADAMICS ASCEND UPWARDS AND THE DHUMAN-ADAMICS DESCEND DOWNWARDS…THE DHUMANS HAVE ALWAYS OUTNUMBERED THE HUMANS; THIS IS THE SECRET OF THE EXTENDED LOWER LEG OF THE CROSS. IT IS ALSO THE GNOSTIC LOGIC ENCODED IN THE ADAMIC PHYSIQUE.