Da'at should occupy the empty space in the Sefirot tree above Tipharet and below Keter, but it is traditionally not shown, because of the failure and dissolution of the archailect with that name
Sefirot intermediate between Binah and Chesed, or alternatively between Binah and Hokmah. Sometimes equated with the Ajna chakra, although one minority group associates it with the Vishudda chakra. Symbolically, straddles the "abyss", hence represents the transition from a lower to a higher toposophic grade. Adopted (in the form Da'at) as a name by the first entity to transcend to the Fifth Toposophic; this event, however, culminated in the Da'at disaster.
Archailect Identity Theory - Text by M. Alan Kazlev Doctrine that an archailect's avatars or epiphanies to lower toposophics represent a true and authentic (if scaled down) expression of the archailect. Contrast with Instrumentalism.
Yetzirah - Text by M. Alan Kazlev The World of Formation - in traditional Kabbalah and Hermeticism the third of the fourth universes that emanated from the En Sof. The spiritual world immediately behind the physical universe.