Here’s where things get a little dicey, because if Schuon is correct, -- and more than a few Christian mystics & meistics would endorse his view -- then what most folks typically think of as “God” is not God at all, in the sense of the Absolute Absolute. Rather, any God we can imagine or conceive of must be relative -- not in the sense of the radically stupid relativism of postmodern cretins, but rather, the Relative Absolute (RA).
When Moses was finished speaking to them, he put on a veil to cover his face. Whenever Moses came before the Lord to speak with him, Moses took off the veil until he went outside.
When he went outside, he told the children of Israel all that had been commanded them. The children of Israel saw that the skin of his face had become radiant. Then he put the veil on over his face again, until he went in to speak with the Lord again.
We have alluded more than once to the seemingly contradictory, but metaphysically useful and even indispensable, idea of the “relatively absolute,” which is absolute in relation to what it rules, while pertaining to relativity in relation to the “Pure [or Absolute] Absolute” (emphasis mine).