Immanent Transcendence

[…] we can accept the conception of Existenz as the physical presence of the I in the world, in a determined, concrete, and unrepeatable form and situation […] and, simultaneously, as a metaphysical presence of Being (of transcendence) in the I.

Along these lines, a certain type of existentialism could also lead to another point already established here: that of a positive antitheism, an existential overcoming of the God-figure, the object of faith or doubt.

Since the center of the I is also mysteriously the center of Being, “God” (transcendence) is a certainty, not as a subject of faith or dogma, but as presence in existence and freedom.

[Julius Evola]
Ride the Tiger, p. 81