Indivisible Soul, Divine Soul, and Mundane Soul

“The nature, at once divisible and indivisible, which we affirm to be soul has not the unity of an extended thing: it does not consist of separate sections; its divisibility lies in its presence at every point of the recipient, but it is indivisible as dwelling entire in the total and entire in any part….

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Spiritual Sight to See Beyond Illusion

“Does it strike you as odd that Einstein, one of the greatest minds the world has ever known, described reality as ‘merely an illusion’? Was he simply referring to some esoteric concept or perhaps speaking metaphorically? … “There is a staggering amount of scientific evidence that proves that the reality we perceive with our senses…

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Porphyry on Gods, Angels, and Man’s Control of Them

“Porphyry ridicules the idea that gods, being wiser, more powerful, and superior to man could be coaxed, persuaded of forced to do the will of man or conform to his desires. … He also states that there are many invisible beings, which may take all possible forms and appear as gods, as men, or as…

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Spirit moves in the Light of the Spiritual Sun

“When the natural fire has by its heat and power stirred water, or some other liquid, until it bubbles up; then this is its highest achievement. Then the water boils up and falls down to the bottom, and is then stirred again to the same activity by the power of the fire. … “and so…

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