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vol. 1, p. 163
from Adyar archives of the International Theosophical Society
vol. 1 (1874-1876)


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< Cabalism. The Sepher Jetzera or Book of Creation (continued from page 1-161) >

described with various accessaries, and thus presenting under other names a most imposing grandeur. These names are associated in Christian theology with intelligence and moral realities, but in the Kabala they are applied as well to physical phenomena, for they represent the manifestations of the Supreme Essence in nature. This primordial Essence is before all; yet God is, in His abstract and eternal condition, incomprehensible. We can know Him only by his Divine Essence, which is the light that He called forth. “The works of God and the writing of Him whose writing is His word and whose word is His thought.” Therefore the works, word, and thought of God are one. To re-find the lost word, a knowledge of the light must be obtained, which is given in the books Sepher Jetzera and Sohar.

The Kobolds have Come


Editor's notes

  1. The Kobolds have Come by Sotheran, Charles, Woodhall & Cloflin's Weekly