You really are out of your depth. As I pointed out, Plato was a pantheist and nothing that you have quoted negates that. You are just picking up bit and pieces without an understanding of the context. As I have already told you, Plato was attacking the myths surrounding the gods, not denying the gods themselves. If you cannot work that out from the passages quoted then I can only assume it's because you cannot find the noumenon. I also referred you to " The Laws" where you will find abundant evidence of Plato's pantheism, but you are too busy making fatuous statements to waste your time educating yourself. Much easier to repeat a passage which you offered before, even though it was refuted first time round.