We are earthen vessels for the Creator God. His light shines on us with the seven candlesticks of the menorah from above with star lights keeping the cross of Christ in our hearts so that what is as above is also with us below. God wants us to live life in peace and to depart in fullest capacity, rejecting evil. He may appear slow in anger, but He is rich in blessings and forgiveness. We exist in creation with our souls and spirits wearing organic and inorganic matter. We are most virtuous and worthy. We live in matter but apart from matter with a yearning to know the Creator who does not dwell in matter. With our devoted practices in religions, we try to come close to adorn Him, and with our rigor in science, we try to discover Him. His presence cannot be found upon by us from the lower three dimensions where we live on earth. Our searching methodologies and equations have no meaning unless they express the thoughts of Almighty God who dwells in the higher, nonmaterial, seven dimensions above, residing below on earth. A designed, predetermined time on earth is approaching steadily. We will be transformed, and we shall proclaim, “As below on earth so above in the heavens, and as above in the heavens so below on earth. All are one, unified together, integrated under the divine will of God as one.” His mysterious, three-dimensional universe is beyond extraordinary. It is full of natural lights coming from His stars, the seven bright stars of His constellations. The supernatural lights of the higher seven dimensions are behind them to maintain their existence. Together they make the “tree of divine dimensions.” They all will manifest in the Millennium Age to deliver the new heavens with the new earth to initiate the New World for humanity. The heavens and earth will be one under the Creator of all, God in His holy triduum.