Truth is the reflection of Joy, God, or godliness, the reflection of Heaven. Like candlelight to candle-flame, the former wouldn’t exist but for the latter, which is its essential precondition.
But even though we see candle-flame as candlelight, the outer manifestation, as it were, of the flame burning away in the centre of the candle, the light and the flame thereof are essentially one and the same.
Likewise, Truth and Joy, or God and Heaven, are essentially one and the same, the former being no more than the outer manifestation of an inner condition or experience. One can say ‘God in Heaven’ as one would say Truth in Joy, since there can be no Truth in this ultimate or metaphysical sense except for the condition of Joy in the Soul (spinal cord and/or central nervous system as the ‘heart’, that is, core of the Self).
Therefore God does not exist independently of Heaven, any more than Truth exists independently of Joy, and to claim otherwise is simply to settle for either Devil the Mother hyped as God the Father (Creator-ism) or some intermediate corporeal entity between the Devil and Heaven like Woman (Woman the Mother/Mother of God) or Man (Son of Man/Son of God), neither of which are genuinely godly (as the outer face, so to speak, of Heaven), but simply corporeal shortfalls or alternatives to what is properly religious because metaphysical and therefore subjectively ethereal.
Better, in a way, such corporeal shortfalls or alternatives, corresponding to ‘idols of the tribe’, than the objectively ethereal Lie of … Devil the Mother (Creator), which is the alpha antithesis of the omega, like science of religion, the ‘First Mover’ as opposed to the ‘Last Condition’ corresponding, in its Joy, to the Supreme Being, that is, to a supreme condition of beingfulness which one would identify with the joy of Heaven the Holy Soul.
God, as traditionally conceived and envisaged, not least in relation to the Creator, the so-called Father, etc., is really the enemy of Heaven, since the embodiment, on a female basis corresponding to metachemistry, of free will, that ‘First Mover’ which contrasts, as alpha to omega, with the free soul of the Supreme Being, with the supremely beingful condition, in other words, of Heaven, and which, contrary to being Truth in Joy, or God in Heaven, is Love in Beauty, or Hell in the Devil.
The more we emphasize Heaven at the expense of God (the Father), that is, at the expense of Devil the Mother, the less scientific and the more religious do we become, leaving both politics and economics to their opposite types of corporeal ‘gods’ down below in the world, whether in relation to Woman or to Man, to chemistry or to physics. For the more we emphasize Truth or, rather, Joy at the expense of Beauty, the more metaphysical and the less metachemical do we become, to the greater contentment of soul achieved on the basis of a categorical rejection of will and, intermediately, of spirit and ego, those twin impostors of the world over which netherworldly and otherworldly antitheses struggle for control.