s it possible that these four perspectives (dimensions) are point, line, plane, space?
Yes, absolutely the terms can also be interpreted in relation to geometry. The first Dogon phase is called "bu maa", or "place perceived", arguably the concept of a geometric point. Likewise, these terms relate to geometry that was used to align shrines like a Buddhist stupa. That geometry evokes a point, then a line, then a circle, then a cubed or domed space.