(Ghayb al Mutlaq). The Absolute Unknown or Pure Non-Manifestation. The Unknowable Essence Itself. This is alluded to in the words, "None knows Allah but Allah" and "Allah is, and there is nothing with Him".
(Kamal al Mutlaq). Allah is Perfection in His Essence. His Nondelimited Perfection (which is All-Possibility), includes the possibility of imperfection. Imperfection, in itself, is a part of the Infinite Perfection and is only seen as imperfection when viewed through the lens of multiplicity.
(Al Hadarat al Dhatiyyah). The Presence of the Essence is the Absolute Unknowableness, Sheer Being, Pure Ipseity, the Unknown of the Unknown. This is the Presence of the Mother of the Book. Below it, in the Presence of the All-Compelling, the Mother of the Book becomes the Inscribed Book (al Kitab al Mastur), in that it appears as chapters.