But as you might guess, I have no great interest in what science means to mysticism, because in my experience myticism can make whatever meaning it likes of anything.
I acknowledge that poetry can draw on a palette of images from multiple domains, and use them in different ways, and connect them in different ways. I also acknowledge (in fact I asserted) that poetical aesthetics are not normally scientific discipline -- which is one reason that science is no more mystical today than it was four centuries ago. I've also suggested (and now I'll assert) that beauty isn't truth, and coming up with a nice poetical aesthetic in our minds is no guarantee that reality will oblige by following it.
If you want to explore what science means to mysticism I bet there are several people here who'd jump on it. Alas though, I'm not one of them, because 'mysticism' and 'truth' don't appear together in my sentences. [Except that last one, maybe. ]