Etsi scio philosophum non facit barba, tamen haud philosophum sum.
Salve amice Kynete.
However zou had the intuition in what concerns the energy united in the human hypostasis. As I said the divine energy is not self subsistent but can en-hypostasiate in different hyposteseis, even human, which leads exactly to deification, not in the sense that we become gods by nature in the pagan sense of the word but we become sons of God in Christ and we (actually not exactly we, but the saints of God the persons who fulfilled their humanity to perfection by the "entelecheia" of virtues and commandments of God) may say that we become god not by nature but by grace and by the adoption in Christ from the part of God. This is not pantheistic at all, since we don'd divinise nature and don't become gods but united with god through his uncreated divine energies.