Existential judgments of
The Theory of Eternal Existence
The main existential judgment of the theory of eternal existence is that the Personality of the Original Being, which is its Inner (Spiritual) Side, penetrates the Energy of the First Cause, which is the Outer (Physical) Side. The Original Being defined in this way is as if integrated with the state beyond time and space, in other words, the Original Being "fills" this sphere with all of Himself.
Another existential judgment is that the Original Being created everything from His Personality, which is the source of His Laws. It is perfectly harmonized and integrated with the Energy of the First Cause which is the "building block" of the universe. This defines the Original Being as the Creator.
Next existential judgment is that the Original Being also emerged from Himself eternal beings: people and angels. This defines Him as the Creator.
Another existential judgment explains that the "model" of the Original Being affects the "model" of man, in which a spiritual person has the same position towards a physical person as the Personality of the Original Being (His Inner Side) towards the Energy of the First Cause (His Physical Outer Side).
A broader description of existential judgments can be found in the studies of the essenceism system, which shaped the theory of eternal existence. There are seven books on essenceism available. Their titles are given in the introduction.