1. MASS/TIME RELATIONSHIPS. Mass 'sucks up' to Time when poetry is being recited to a seated audience, but Time patronizes Mass when drama is being performed to the balconies. Either way, a Heathen relationship between the Father and the Mother, the upper class and the lower class, the sun and the earth, etc., etc.
2. CHRISTIAN ALTERNATIVE. Volume and Space are alien to the contexts of poetry and drama but germane to the contexts of literature (fiction) and philosophy respectively, which suggest the possibility of a Christian alternative to Heathen Time/Mass, an alternative, I mean, in which it is possible to progress from the one to the other, as from the Son to the Holy Ghost, and thereby go 'over the moon' in a Saturn-oriented commitment to philosophy, thought duly eclipsing or, rather, replacing writing.
3. LITERARY DAMNATION/SALVATION. To fall from reading to speaking, as from poetry to drama, but to rise from writing to thinking, as from literature to philosophy - the one an intellectual damnation from Time to Mass, the other an intellectual salvation from Volume to Space.
4. PHILOSOPHICAL SPRINGBOARD. Philosophy is the thinking man's equivalent of prayer, which requires theological guidance. If the masses can only be brought to thought through theology, then the free spirit, who is beyond the pale of Time, Mass, and Volume, achieves his thought through philosophy, and, if he is genuinely wise, will use it as a springboard to a certain theosophical praxis, which is truly of the (spiritual) peace that surpasses all (intellectual) understanding.
5. VOLUME TO SPACE. By its very mundane nature, Mass 'sucks up' to Time, like a flower to the sun. You cannot take Mass, and thus by implication the masses, to spiritual Space, since Mass and Space are incommensurable. You can only take Volume to Space, preferably a certain type of Volume (quasi-spiritual and thus thoughtful/prayerful) to a certain type of Space (spiritual and thus airily spaced). Such a Volume will be 'beyond the pale' of Time and Mass, and therefore neither submasculine nor feminine but decidedly masculine, with a thoughtful enthusiasm for the prospect of supermasculine salvation in God (the Holy Spirit of Heaven).