Myrplatonic is a platonic orientation on the aplatonic-spectrum in which one experiences multiple aplatonic spectrum identities. These identities are static (kymenic), meaning they're experienced at the same time. An example would be someone who is demiplatonic and greyplatonic at the same time.
Myrplatonic can be similar to aplflux, but a myrplatonic individual is not fluid between their labels.
Myr- means "many" in reference to the myrplatonic individual experiencing many aplatonic identities.