The aim that Scriabin, let us not forget, was to make those who so desired reach it through his compositions and in particular one, "The Mystery" (of which only sketches are preserved). The character of the Sixth Sonata appears immediately clear with the indication "Misterieux,concentré".
The mystical chord opens the passage followed immediately by the "winged" "ailé" cell which will return recursively. The sinuous, feminine theme appears in a suffused tonality, representing the
human Existence that will later be transfigured by Evil.