He must earn -reason- his way into the Kingdom; it is a selective process, as Christ clearly said. "Things are seldom what they seem"; we must be smart (awake!) enough to discern the real -i.e. latent- situation. This requires what Hagia Sophia bestows: shrewdness ("an almost uncanny hunch as to the real situation"!!). There are paradoxes, clues: my big discovery is enantiodromia: something can be -as in "Deus Irae"- what it is not; this is the cryptic message of that book. "God does not work through the is but is, rather, the transmuter of the is into what it is not [enantiodromia: the eleventh datum!]. What we can learn from this is: we should not take the is for what it is, but should figure out, if we can, how it could be turned inside out: transmuted. That is the correct view of ontology: a potential, not something static + fixed. So a paradox + riddle constantly confronts us: a mystery. When a piece from our world is fitted by God into the permanent Kosmos it is converted into what it -here- is not. As if it has two "sides". This is because Satan has been given complete dominion over the is.