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Subject: Mysticism, Ontology
Author: Hudson
Published: 16 Sept 2006
Rewritten: 04 May 2018

Metaphysical Coalescence (Part I)


Because Ontology, (the science of existence) is an evolving erudition, disquisitions and essays on this subject must occasionally be revised to reflect the current level of learning. Such is the case with this work.

It should also be noted, certain words used in this discourse are defined as they might be found in philosophy, and may have noticeably different meanings than One might expect in everyday conversation. Where possible, footnotes have been provided to help clarify context.

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Because the science of physics relates to all things in our physical universe, it can be studied through the five senses; however, because the science of metaphysics concerns concepts and entities which exist without physical form or properties, there must be an alternative method of learning. Our five senses[1], (physical sensory input into the brain), can only sense physical objects and concepts, and being the case, to study concepts and entities which have no physical properties, we must consider study methods like contemplation, meditation and vision.

The human mind has multiple levels of cerebration[2], ranging from the rudimental activity of the mid-brain, to subconscious thought, to physical consciousness, to multiple levels of spiritual consciousness. In most cases, our awareness is limited to physical consciousness alone, with other levels of cerebration functioning at unconscious or subconscious levels. To see[3] what lies beyond our physical plane of existence, One must connect through his or her spiritual consciousness. Most often this is done through contemplation, meditation and vision; however, these methods of learning can sometimes be limited in their reach.

Cognizing a metaphysical concept through contemplation, meditation and vision can be compared to seeing into a house through a closed glass window. You can see the activity inside, you can even communicate with those inside, but you cannot interact with those inside unless you enter the house physically. In the physical realm, this is easy: you simply walk through door and become part of the activity inside; however, in the study of metaphysics, passing through the door is not quite that simple.

When spiritual consciousness, (the soul), passes from the body, (death), it enters into the realm that lies beyond our physical plane of existence; however, in the case of death, (not a near death experience, but death), the soul cannot return to the body. In the study of metaphysics, this has long been a barrier to learning. To interact with the Asomatous Awareness,[4] (God,[5] it you wish), that constitutes the Metaphysical Universe, (and be of any benefit to the living), One must enter into that realm consciously while remaining alive in the physical universe.

Over the course of history, this event has occurred naturally for a few individuals. There are accounts in the Christian religion of those who died, entered into the Kingdom of Heaven, spoke or interacted with God, then returned to life; however, this is rare, and seems to be at the command of God rather than at the will of the individual. As far as I know, it is not possible to enter the realm that lies beyond our physical plane of existence, (Heaven, if you wish), as an individual and return without the command of God.

While the individual mystic[6] cannot enter into the Asomatous Awareness that occupies the Metaphysical Universe alone and return, the coalesced souls of an empathic and spiritually compatible man and woman can. From the beginning, neither man nor woman was ever intended to be an island in the universe; rather, the intent has always been that life be a shared experience between man and woman. This is especially true in the study of ontology and metaphysics.

Metaphysical Coalescence is the temporal unification of separate and unique male and female souls, coalesced into a singular metaphysical quintessence, existing both within and beyond our corporeal universe. It is the coalescence of spiritually compatible male and female souls, unified into a Quintessent Existence[7]. Man and woman separate are spiritually incomplete: each with limited contemplative and prescient capacities; however, when metaphysically coalesced as One, both attain Empyrean Awareness[8].

It is man and woman bound emotionally, intellectually and spiritually as Empyreal Soul-Mates. When man and woman open their spiritual consciousness as a unified asomatous entity, God becomes visible[9].

However, awareness of Metaphysical Coalescence by its self is not enough. Before One can start this journey, One must first know the destination.

What One must first learn:

One cannot meander aimlessly into the unknown with any expectation of success without first knowing the destination. Or to put it another way: One cannot know when One has arrived, if One does not first know where One is going.

To fully apprehend the true meaning of Divine Knowledge, One must first come to understand the abstract concept of Absolute Existence[10]: the awareness of how all things exist.

For Absolute Existence to be, three conditions must first exist without beginning, limitation or end:

Because the elements of Absolute Existence have no physical properties or form, the science cannot be proven or disproven by visual observation, rather it must be tested by both contemplative[11] and philosophical[12] logic. This type of thinking is particularly relevant when contemplating the validity of metaphysical concepts and entities.

When contemplating the logic of ontological concepts, One must take into account the corporeal universe is governed by the immutable laws of physics, while the incorporeal universe is governed by the equally immutable laws of metaphysics. What can exist in one universe, does not necessarily exist in the same form in the other, and what may seem implausible in one level of consciousness, is entirely logical in another. When preparing to enter into the realm that lies beyond our physical plane of consciousness, One must open One's mind to abstract concepts and conclusions that may seem inconceivable in another context[13].

These concepts may seem elementary, and even superfluous; however, if One cannot fully grasp the concept of how existence can be without physical form or properties, One cannot grasp the concept of how God can exist in the form of an Omnipresent, Asomatous Awareness.

The corporeal universe was created from, and within the incorporeal universe with a single thought, and of all that exists at every place, and at every time, there is ever only ONE.[15]

While this truth is beyond comprehension under the laws of physics, when One wholly enters into the realm that lies beyond our physical plane of consciousness, its meaning becomes clear: understanding of this truth is the destination.

With Regards, Hudson


  1. The traditionally recognized methods of cognizant perception: taste, sight, touch, smell, and sound.
  2. In the broadest definition, any level of conscious or unconscious mental activity.
  3. To apperceive intellectually. To see with the mind as opposed to seeing with the eyes.
  4. An incorporeal, omnipresent Awareness that exists beyond our physical plane of existence.
  5. The terms Asomatous Awareness and God are used interchangeably in a descriptive context, rather than in a religious context.
  6. The term God is used in this writing because there is no other descriptive word that better describes the omnipresent Asomatous Awareness that exists beyond our physical plane of existence.
  7. The terms Asomatous Awareness and God are used interchangeably in a descriptive context, rather than in a religious context.
  8. Any person who is cognitively aware of the Asomatous Awareness that exists beyond our physical plane of consciousness is considered Mystic.
  9. The term Quintessent Existence is not found in any dictionary; rather, it is a concept formed from Latin and other languages to describe a form of being that transcends the corporeal universe, both spiritually and cognitively.
  10. Awareness of the ultimate existence, as supposed by the ancients to be Heaven. The highest form of cognition.
  11. Visible in a cognitive sense rather than a physical sense.
  12. Existence that is not dependent on any external condition for its nature, size or being: free from any restriction, limitation or condition.
  13. What must logically exist because all other possibilities are improbable.
  14. The relationship between formal logic and ordinary language to the extent which the former can be held accurately to represent the latter.
  15. Circumstances or facts that apply to a specific situation or event.
  16. Since those of us who pursue ontology and metaphysics are aware of an existence beyond our physical plane of consciousness, it is assumed a portion of our being must also exist in metaphysical form.
  17. This elucidation of Absolute Existence is the result of Metaphysical Coalescence.