“Since light is the basic physical manifestation of life, bathing all creation in its radiance, it is highly important to realize, in part at least, the subtle nature of this divine substance. That which is called light is actually a rate of vibration causing certain reactions upon the optic nerve. Few realize how they are waled in by the limitations of the sense perceptions. Not only is there a great deal more to light than anyone has ever seen but there are also unknown forms of light which no optical equipment will ever register. … Man is thus surrounded by a supersensible universe of which he knows nothing because the centers of sense perception within himself have not been developed sufficiently to respond to the subtler rates of vibration of which that universe is composed.
“Among both civilized and savage peoples color has been accepted as a natural language in which to couch their religious and philosophical doctrines. The ancient city of Ecbatana as described by Herodotus, its seven walls colored according to the seven planets, revealed the knowledge of this subject possessed by the Persian Magi. The famous zikkurat or astronomical tower of the god Nebo at Borsippa ascended in seven great steps or stages, each step being painted in the key color of one of the planetary bodies. It is thus evident that the Babylonians were familiar with the concept of the spectrum in its relation to the seven Creative Gods or Powers.” ~Manly P. Hall
In recent decades, we have learned that light is a far more important thing than we thought it was. This is primarily due to the discovery by Quantum Physicists that the entire universe of matter is actually a hologram made of light. Your car, your house, the ground you walk on is nothing but light. Your physical self is made of light. We sense this world of light with senses that are themselves made of light. Our different senses are not truly sensing different things, but different frequencies of light. So it should not be a surprise that the first step in creating this dimension of matter was to say, “Let there be light”. Continue reading “Radiant Light Manifesting Life”