Gave it a quick glance, it seems to be similar to what I am proposing, but more along the lines of Theosophy, which is misleading. Read >>13536
and the associated discussion to see it explained in Vedic context. Brahman is real and interconnected, but not fixed or the absolute. It's a feminine mold/framework (or a projector) giving birth to both the mental manifestations and physical/dimensional phenomena, based on certain rules. The created Atmans see it as the ultimate limit of existence (The Absolute), the uncreated Atmans see past it, into the domain of Zero, from whence their acausal, highest Selves have projected themselves onto the Brahman, but never in entirety due to Brahman, despite it's finitely infinite nature, still being a limited set. So in a sense, Brahman being absolute or not, as well as Atman being inferior, equal or superior to Brahman, depends on the inherent quality and nature of every individual Atman. Which means that when the designated "guru" of this board claims how Brahman/One is absolute, and when I claim that it is not, both statements are true, without contradicting each other, because the ultimate reality/perspective of his existence, and the ultimate reality/perspective of mine, are not the same, despite partaking of the same objective reality and being able to interact. To a larger (but not entirely exclusive) extent, this applies to races as well.
TL;DR this nigger might as well be arguing with "Vishnu" or "Shiva" without realizing it.
>Would the realm of the uncreated be counted as a living entity like Mother Nature?
Depends on what do you mean by "living". On one hand, it's certainly more alive than One, which is eternal stasis/spiritual death, on another, it is the state of total annihilation of the created. And it's not really an entity, since it's boundless and transcends any particulars, as well as multi-focal by nature (or rather, non-focal). In theory, it could sever every connection between two created entities (or even the universes), being the ultimate separator as well as the ultimate 'gateway' beyond the cycles of Brahman. Definitely not something collective, nor accessible for most. When it comes to species, we could say that acausal beings are a "spiritual race" of sorts, to use Evola's term. And this race does not compromise on quality (unless it has a reason to or gets confused), hence why the physical racism as well.
Protip: It's not. But the less you understand, the more you fall prey to those who do. That's why the usual (((bullshitters)))
will keep trying to sell you some canned pilpul as "spirituality".
>If mathematics is material level
It's not. Material/dimensional is only a very small subset of it. While it does not represent spiritual experiences completely, it is the best means available for communicating them properly (at the highest level), and putting them under scrutiny. Lower minds don't have any use for it because their beliefs are worthless. Let's not forget that mathematics originated among Aryan mystics due to necessity to express certain ideas.
>Why would a extradimensional being like the Lovecraftian mythos gods give a shit
Because you could calculate how to hit it where it hurts. As well as gauge your future incarnations. Knowledge is power.
I'm pretty sure this is a bot at this point