Mystery, here, is not a secret, an unsolved question, a plot or an enigma (works of fiction). In philosophy, “mystery” can describe a notion beyond ordinary human comprehension, requiring a deeper, intuitive approach. In a spiritual or religious context, “mystery” refers to a divine truth or reality. When accessed by direct intuition, they are by no means incomprehensible, but relatively inexpressible, difficult to communicate to another person who has not achieved the same intuition, beyond the purely conceivable.