What Is A ‘Spatian’


spatian (spay-shee-an/spa-tee-anadjectivenoun)


  • A person whose mind does not pertain to subjective time but only to objective space, however, acknowledges objective time but not subjective space—pertaining only to space: a spatian is always the same in anybody else’s subjective past, present or future: a spatian does not have subjective pasts, presents and futures: a spatian only knows space.
  • A person’s mind devoid of internal subjective time; a mind devoid of the sense of internal time; a timeless person.
  • A person’s mind that is devoid of three dimensional times (i.e., past, present and future).
  • A person who is not time, nor lives in time, subjectively.
  • A person who only but lives in space as opposed to living in time; a person who only is space as opposed to being time itself.
  • A mind that’s unable to experience time as in being time, or living in time.
  • Space experienced as an indefinite mental state; always in space; perpetual space; everlasting space; endless space.
  • An anomalous existence in perpetual mental space state in paradox to the actual non-metaphorical physical transient soul.


Related forms


spa-ti-en, adjectivenoun (made of mental space and not mental time).

spa-ti-al, noun (existing or occurring in space).

spa-ti-al-ly, adverb

spa-ti-a-li-ty, noun

spa-ci-al, noun

spa-ci-al-ly, adverb

spa-ci-a-li-ty, noun




Heptaspace, Excyclus 1, 5 R.M. E.E. (Solar West): ENG spatian.


Word Origin & File



5 R.M. E.E., from Modern ENG, spatian; from spati (LTN prefix spati- meaning space, empty of time) + an (LTN suffix –an meaning “one who is”)—“one who is empty of time:” or “one who is without time:” or “one who is space. ”  Spatian,” or “Spatien,” entails a person who is internally devoid of the subjective sense of time: a spatian only experiences existing within internal objective space—the person is space itself, as well as lives in space.  Internal subjective time is utterly devoid in a spatian; it is foreign; an alien language.  For a “spatian,” the concept/idea of three dimensional times (i.e., past, present and future) does not exist for a spatian itself although it does exist for others with the mental actuation of a three dimensional times—the past, present and future is just a state of mind.  For a spatian, premonitions, fortunetelling, destinies; fates or divination do not exist in his/her mind—the foretelling of ordained future events is unheard of, utterly.  The concept that time can manipulate human “fate” in a “predetermined” or “preordained” manner is just an exclusive mental idea: for a spatian, this concept does not even exist as a thing-in-itself (noumenon): that a mythical god, or the biblical God, can foretell the future is also unheard of for a spatian as well.  A spatian does recognizes the concept of prophecies; however, this is not to be confused as though it is time itself that’s predetermining a prophecy; but that it is only the biblical God, and no other gods, that can and will control occurrences/events within the lives of humans, and not time itself—prophecies and divination are not one in the same for a spatian.  Being a spatian entails timelessness; constancies; changelessness; uniformity; lastingness; permanency; immutableness: without temporaries; without chronologies; without multiple objects (beings); without intervals; without internal transitions, metamorphosis and evolution: without being born-again or reborn; without internal alterations and modifications; without internal reconstructions, refinements, modernization and remodeling: without internal reversals, successions or transformations; without histories; without ancients, antiquities and foregoing; and without bygones, a sense of “trends” and “fashions,” and the concept of “former” things: without the sense of metaphorically moving forward or backwards: without the sense of treading on a metaphorical path: without the sense of metaphorical destinies, fates and looking metaphorically forward into a metaphorical future.  As a spatian, the person goes on mentally existing in perpetual space.  A spatian prepares but does not plan: for a spatian, being prepared and planning are not one in the same—planning entails a sense of time to look ahead into it (i.e., making plans for the future):  For a spatian, occurrences and events happen in and out of unending recycled space—events just happen; and when they’re over, they are over—that’s all to it.  As a spatian, there is no internal sense of going either forward or backward; no sequences or intervals of events and occurrences at all—nothing is subjectively reversed or pushed forward internally—the events and occurrences manifests/happens in objective perpetual space and not in subjective interval transient time for a spatian.  For a spatian, nothing is to come, but only to possibly happen, unless it’s a prophecy that will be done intentionally from the Uncreature (i.e., the biblical Almighty God)—“the happening” and an “occurrence” is what is imperative and essential rather than what is to “subjectively” come or to pass unless, of course, what is “objectively” prophesied to occur—Objectively, on a norm observation, what is to “possibly” happen, or what is happening, and no longer happening is the question.  Things just happen without subjective design or reason, and some things can happen with with objective divine intent/interference—but in either case, it’s just “the happening” that just happens in and out of perpetual recycled space, and not in and out of interval transient time, for a spatian that is.


[NOTE: For a person that is a spatian, as such is my extroverold alien being, he/she has no sense of metaphorically going forward or backwards into/onto a metaphorical path.  There are no senses of subjective internal travels, or even interval occurrences, and also continuum events.  The only things that move forward and backwards are things that are literal and objective (i.e., a physical car on the physical road can go literally forward, or backward, when in driving mode without any experiences of subjectively driving in a metaphorical road.  There is no “subjective” past, no “subjective” present, and no “subjective” future for a spatian.  And the memories that are referred to as a subjective “past” is just an objective cognitive memory for a spatian: there is no known metaphorical pain that usually coincides with the mental concept of three dimensional times.  If a spatian is asked about how long will it take to finish building a specific constructive skyscraper?  Instead of answering, “…It will take nine years…:” the spatian will instead answer, “…It will take nine full E.C.’s (earth cycles)…”  Because a spatian is devoid of internal subjective time, he/she is able to live without knowing what metaphorical internal changes are like as well: this enables a spatian to have the capacity to just go on being, without metaphorical transformations, transmutations, transcendence, conversions, metamorphosis, modifications, mutations, transitions, and interval continuum: this then endows a spatian to remain internally uniformed, immutable, constant and perpetual; impervious to the ever consistent external changes of the-World(s).  The metaphorical concepts of “reborn” and “rebirth” is of no use for a spatian.  Hence, since there is no subjective past, present and future, and since they definitely do not exist objectively as well, to cause a person to somehow metaphorically change in time and by time, the spatian is then insusceptible of the metaphorical time alterations.  There are only internal superimposition that enables a spatian to expand its internal being without any internal mental contractions, and thus remaining unaltered in spite of its’ mental internal expansions.  To a spatian, growth is an external literal physical development; it is not an internal metaphorical psyche development.  There is no metaphorical search or enlightenment for a spatian: the metaphorical idea of “spirituality” does not even exist for a spatian although, it does for others with that mental actuation.  As a spatian, the being just goes on being:  IT is that IT is:  IT just is.  The term “IT” here for a spatian as the “no-self,” instead of an “I,” is still referred to a person as a “thing-in-itself,” and not as a literal non-person thing as is globally used grammatically]


[This word was originally constructed in Heptaspace, Excyclus 1, 5 R.M. E.E. (Solar West):  Created by: Sabiazoth]

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[Aspaty: Trispace, Pastucycle 11, 7 R.M. E.C. (Solar South)]

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[Gregorian: June 19, 2013]


[Updated: Trispace, Sophocycle 13, 8 R.M. E.E. (Solar West) / Gregorian: May 13, 2014]

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