The recent film Bliss depicts a core philosophy in mysticism, which is the unity of opposites, and the knowability of those opposites.
The scientist Freeman Dyson shared his mystical experience of "cosmic unity" he had as a teenager.
This film has many wonderful mystical themes on the nature of the soul, the afterlife, premortality, and the meaning of life.
Is matter the incarnation of spirit? Is this what makes spirit visible, and even makes ourselves?
It is not something that happens sometime in the future, long after our death, but something which we already are that we may come to realize right now.
He has a mystical experience in which he sees "Pure White Light" and feels an "All-Embracing Love."
I suggest that the physical object that Joseph had in his possession was not literally ancient gold plates, but plates of his own creation which talismanically represented the "gold plates" of his visions, aiding his mystical translation of those visions.
A new translation of Genesis 1, updating many ideas in terms of modern cosmology, but also in mystical terms of God's own Incarnation in and as the cosmos, and in all Life as well.