1. The world is a place of wounds. Wounds to the spirit bleed venom in the soul. Staunch the flow of venom into a poisoned world.
2. Pay heed to the words of those whom men call “Saviour” and “Enlightened” provided that they help you towards liberation.
3. Beware The Powers. Their subtlety enables them to invade every corner of the universe, and turn even the most opulent of gifts into an engine of slavery.
4. Beware those who claim detachment, but are in fact disaffected. Spurned lovers of the world, they gladly return to her arms if beckoned.
5. Beware answers. Beware guides. Beware The Powers, whose gifts are snares. Beware leaders of men. Beware schemes and systems. Beware rewards and punishments. Beware the world.
6. Suffer much, say little, understand all.
7. The will to power manifests itself in hierarchies, systems, strange terminologies, and all the paraphernalia which gives the pilgrim cause to stumble. Beware such “gnosis” and its occult science.
8. The way to salvation is through transcendence of the self. This may be through thought or action. Transcend the will to power and thus find freedom.
9. In your heart is a hungry worm that grows until your heart is gone, then feeds upon itself. Trust what your heart tells you, yet deny it. Sharpen your wit, then throw it away. Exercise your mind, then let it be at rest. Welcome the paradox, but do not worship it. Our world was made by Samael. We name the parts with the tongue he gave. His is the Word, but his is not the Truth.
10. Understanding is obscured by the delirium brought on by wealth, power, or worldly beauty. Those who sit in judgment always find for themselves. Seek The Spiritual Man, therefore, among those whom the world condemns. The man who turns his back on the rewards of this world must also bare it to stripes.
11. Bend beneath the blows of The Powers, and so avoid hurt.
12. You sift the dust for tiny nuggets of truth. But you stare at the ground because you walk on all fours. Raise your head above the earth and look to the stars, where you may contemplate the Wisdom already known to you.
13. Forgive! know the cause of injurious deeds, or your heart will be a worm that feeds upon itself.
14. Do not suppose that spiritual status is in any way related to worldly accomplishments. Behold the crippled idiot who leads men to The Truth! Behold the man of intellect and prowess who uses the gifts of nature to extend his sty!
15. There are those who deny the gods, but few can escape The Powers. Refusing to enter the labyrinth of deception, they bivouac in the vestibule. Rejecting the greater gods of the Temple, they fall prey to the meaner gods of the hearth. Clear the grime from the window and gaze on the world outside.
16. Let the mind of Carnal Man be leavened by the powers-that-be to feed the self. We instead share the simple fare of detachment as we journey together to The Truth.
17. Be compassionate. To understand folly is to forgive.
18. These are not “revelations”. These are rather messages from my true self to my true self witnessed by the rest of the world. They are Gnosis made Word, and the waters that are drawn from this well will quench the thirst of many.
19. Sacrifice on the altar of matter is in vain. Yet perhaps Sophia has a place to which her carnal offspring are destinated.
20. The Gnostic will not run with the herd or the pack; the wrath of The Archons is therefore inflamed.
21. Those who know say least. But for those who share in the nature of The One there is eternity.
22. The Spirit suffers in flesh the enmity of The Powers. Our souls cry out at injury to the flesh, but these injuries dissolve with the flesh that gave them birth. None are victims of “evil”. All are victims of the world.
23. The fool creates patterns of cause and effect – the fat are blessed, the lean are cursed – then traces all to “God”. But the fat are not praiseworthy; the lean are not to blame.
24. When Ialdabaoth made the cannibal coil within eternity, it was on the basis of laws neither right nor wrong.
25. Without map, without scrip, without shoes, some arrive before they set out. The land is theirs; they are the kingdom.
26. All things rise from and fall into the dust, with a beauty that cannot be seized.
27. Decay is part and parcel of the material world: ideas decay; beliefs decay. These things do not matter to The Spiritual; neither does it matter if, over aeons of time, The Truth is buried. Indeed, at times The Truth should be prepared for burial.
28. Wisdom can never be seen by all; the quest is in vain.
29. The One can only be perceived by those who share by their very natures in The Transcendent Reality.
30. The Truth is not to be discovered through any personal relationship, for the root of all bonding of separates is carnal. Only pure Knowledge saves: the Knowledge that knows itself by itself, uncontaminated by affection.
31. There is no appeal to reason here; there is only an appeal to Knowledge. Those who know will recognise what they know: argument is unnecessary.
32. The issue is freedom. “Show us the one who brings freedom”, you demand. I can not. Only The One knows The One. The One trapped in flesh seeks liberation, and finds a path. The slave dreams of becoming the master. Yet the master is also a slave. The true goal is to transcend the will to power and so find freedom.
33. For The Spiritual Man “salvation” is not an issue. The spark can never be lost, though the whole world fall back into confusion. The issue is liberation. The means of liberation is Knowledge.
34. Can the unborn child picture its birth? Can The Spiritual imagine the freedom which will be theirs?
35. No “God” will release his slaves. His chains are subtle. They are forged with fear. And the anger of his priests is unbounded against those who will not accept his manacles. For the priest is a slave who dreams himself master; awake from all dreams and you will be free.
36. Through Knowledge, The Spiritual Man will avoid that which makes thickens the prison walls. And he will turn his gaze to he window, and the stars beyond, and see what his captors, to their perpetual rage, will never see.
37. Spurning the vows of the devotee, they make their pledge to wealth, family and status. They hear the roar of the beast and serve it. We are called to slay it, and to press on to the gate that leads to Life.
38. Ialdabaoth has a multitude of colours, and can present foliage according to his desire. And yet he is a stump. His branches decay, his fruit is rotten.
39. Can all men be saved? The Carnal and The Psychic will always worship The Archons. (The Spiritual Man may also be seduced along this path). These powers, including the demiurge, are but the vices of such men elevated to a principle.
40. You entertain a doubt that the alleged powers and the supposed path of liberation exist only in the mind. How can this be so? If the mind of man is a product of nature, is it not impressed with the shape of things from outside itself? Admire The Powers, and spurn them. Never underestimate them: their vigour is real.
41. The Carnal, ever limited by their nature, see only idols that may gratify their manifold needs.
42. The lips of the messenger are frozen in stone.
43. The bellies of The Carnal need leavened bread.
44. Those most committed to the illusion, and who fail to grasp the true nature of things, succeed in the eyes of the world.
45. That which overturns matter is seen as a destroyer by those in thrall to The Powers.
46. Though there is more than one path, there is only one goal: transcendence of “self”.
47. The Spiritual meets enlightenment as logos, The Psychic as mythos.
48. To leave the womb is to escape a grave. To abandon security is to leave death behind.
49. The slave dreams of becoming the master. Yet the true goal is to transcend the will to power and so find freedom.
50. The Gnostic “revelation” is provisional a celebration of the riches of The Truth in currency whose value fluctuates, and much of which is base metal. No-one has a monopoly when it comes to the manner in which the truth is expressed.
51. The three human kinds exist because of the way that the universe has come about, and not by election.
52. Gems of Truth may be lodged in poor settings.
53. Your “good” is self-serving, your “morality” an instrument of prey.
54. The Carnal is the world. The Psychic perceives a world. The Spiritual knows a prison.
55. Being order in matter, Ialdabaoth’s is the Word.
56. Notions of “good” are corrupted by consideration of the provisional, the transitory, the self-serving. Yet there is a kind of “good”. That which tends towards The One is “good” because it tends to what is real.
57. The virtue of The Spiritual Man is detachment, and this leaves no mark for the eyes of the world to behold. The Spiritual Man does not pursue wealth, so all the world sees is poverty. The Spiritual Man does not pursue power, so all the world sees is weakness. The Spiritual Man does not seek fullness, so the world despises an empty thing.
58. The Spirit is trapped in this world, and the flesh demands belonging. And so The Spiritual Man chooses his place of belonging on the grounds of compassion.
59. There are three paths to the One: the path of action, the path of devotion, and the path of Knowledge, but the surest of these is the path of Knowledge. Yet none is strong against idolatry.
60. Our detractors accuse us of negativity, of pessimism, of denial. So be it. It is they who refuse to confront the dissatisfaction that eats at their hearts like a hungry worm.
61. The benighted may not see The Light, because their eyes have closed in the darkness. And yet to those who eyes are pierced by The Light he gives power to become sons of light: the flame already in them grows stronger.
62. Where, then, is healing to be found? The Pneuma is present in the world not only in some men, but in the order of events. But to the world, its order is disorder.
63. To side with the Demiurge is to side with order. A tyrant is benevolent as long as we enjoy his favour. But the supporter of a tyrant should always be ready to see himself put to death for the sake of order.
64. The Spiritual are not hedged by race or by class, by gender or by age; Wisdom does not spring from brain or tongue.
65. The material world is real enough, but that reality is hierarchical. That is, matter is not evil simply inferior.
66. The Truth, like the royal state, does not reside in the flesh of one person. “The king is dead. Long live the king!”
67. The criminal and victim are one. The judge must select by caprice, then assert a justice beyond reproach. But the fat are not worthy of praise nor the lean of blame. The righteous men slain by the oppressor even as he offers sacrifice, or the pilgrim crushed by the falling tower at the holy place they do not receive their just desert.
68. The world is a place of deception. This deception is promoted by the angels of Ialdabaoth and their servants, and is expressed in superstitious practices: idols and altars and temples and sacrifices and libations to The Powers. Religious language itself may be a stumbling-block in the path of Truth: thus one who hears the word “God” does not perceive what is correct, but perceives deception. It is necessary to turn away from deception in order to be free of The Powers; The Spiritual are able to overcome deception with Truth. What do you perceive the emptiness with? Perhaps you apprehend it with The Truth within if there is Truth within. If, on the other hand, there is no Truth within, then you only see and feel what your flesh and its psychic servant likes or loathes.
69. That which overturns matter is seen as a destroyer by those in thrall to The Powers.
70. The Carnal, ever limited by their nature, see only idols that may gratify their manifold needs.
71. The true centre of our being resides elsewhere. This is both our peace and our restlessness, our stillness and our urge.
72. The spark can never be lost, thought the whole world fall back into confusion.
73. The impulse to order is genuinely divine; the impulse to worship order is not.
74. The Powers do not change men for the better. They simply confirm them in their corruption. Those who worship The Powers worship their own carnal natures and are controlled entirely by instinct.
75. The tyrant is himself a prisoner.
76. The One knows The One. What need has The One to pray? Our wills attend on The One; what need have we to pray? What need have those whose wills attend on The One to ask for anything?
77. Despair of the world brings hope.
78. Will is the fundamental principle of all independent life.
79. The Psychic may choose The Light, and because this choice transcended nature, something may be reborn.
80. Enlightenment is the gift of the few to the many.
81. Though there is more than one path, there is only one goal: transcendence of “self”.
82. Nothing can come between The Spiritual and eventual bliss.
83. To the tribes The Spiritual are of no account; to the leaders they are invisible.
84. Zeal in reform is commendable; holy war is good. But this is not our way, for we are the ultimate subversive.
85. Some ages may sink into a depravity which guarantees their eventual extinction in the way of all flesh.
86. It is those most committed to the illusion who succeed in the eyes of the world. It is those who succeed in the eyes of the world who fail to grasp the true nature of things.
87. There is one system, one illusion. It has a demonic beauty, and torments us.
88. God is not supreme. Miracles do not happen. This is because matter came into being before God, and God himself cannot change the iron laws of the material universe. Because he does not possess the ultimate spiritual supremacy, he is unable to “save” us.
89. A mediator may take a costly gift to appease a tyrant and win favours from him. To suppose that God is such a ruler is a notion unworthy of God or of His true worshippers, and will attract only those intent on suing the Deity for favours.
90. There are always those who seek a profession as mediators. Entry to the Kingdom by those who are its citizens needs no such mediation and therefore no priesthood.
91. Ialdabaoth is not the ultimate authority. But being order in matter, his is the Word.
92. None are victims of something called “evil”. All are victims of the way the world is the inexorable laws of nature.
93. True consciousness is a cross to bear: there is no sense of moral superiority to motivate; there is no covenant with a personal god to inspire; and there is no divine providence to comfort. Consciousness is an end in itself.
94. In the flesh the gap between saint and sinner is imperceptible. “God” must base his selection on caprice, then assert a justice beyond argument and reproach. Such is the way of the tyrant Ialdabaoth, himself the prisoner of iron laws.
95. The Spiritual can not be identified by any physical, mental or moral characteristics. And because the world is irredeemable, there is no point in forming an organisation which promotes faith. There can be no scripture, no sacrifice, and no priesthood.
96. Anything experienced is, by its nature, less than true reality. The enlightened possess true perspective as part of their nature it cannot be acquired by effort.
97. If the existence of neither revealer nor revealed can be recognised as authorities higher than the allegedly “supreme” Ialdabaoth, then both, dimly perceived, have to be imported into the deity. But their subjection makes idols of them.
98. There are those who say, “We have the keys to salvation. Salvation is easy. Simply do as we say!” There are those who say, “You enjoy a worldly prosperity. That in itself is a sign of grace. Come and join our ranks, and add to that the assurance of salvation!” There are those who say, “Salvation is an amusing game that adds spice to our comfortable lives. Come and join us: realise your full potential!” How subtle and persuasive are The Powers! not the dumb idols we habitually suppose them to be!
99. Those who are supposed to be guardians of spiritual matters the scribes, the teachers, the priests are no less open to corruption than the infidels. Only the gift of suffering strips such corruption away and raises head and voice above the edge of the prison wall.
100. The comfort of rites is a comfort of sleep, where materiality is dreamed as order and justice.
101. People may use a mediator in their dealings with God, but to do so presupposes that there are two classes of human beings, one of which is closer to God.
102. If you pray to God, then it is Ialdabaoth; if he comes to your aid then it is Saklas.
103. Knowledge is not the gift of a just god. It is that which offers refuge from an unjust demiurge, who disposes of his illusory riches capriciously, and leads the recipients to ignorance and eternal night.
104. Knowledge is not a gift. It is the right and the burden of those imprisoned yet already free.
105. We say “Not this” and “Not that”, and dissatisfaction eats at your heart like a hungry worm.
106. The One is unnamed and ineffable, the source of all being.
107. The One is pure and does not strive, since The One lacks nothing. The One is unnamed, and yearns for no thing.
108. The Carnal and The Psychic will always worship The Powers, for they are their vices raised to a principle. The Carnal Man who sacrifices his own self for his family or friends does a noble thing, even if he is acting under instinct. This instinct is indeed a higher impulse than the drive to self-preservation. There is some sense in which nature is refined by it. It creates a window in matter for the Fullness to be revealed.
109. The Eternal Being’s Fullness is by nature apart from matter, but has become widely scattered and briefly detained in the world because of an accident.
110. Purity was divided; thus “he” became “they”.
111. The One in us perceives beyond mortal ken; this is “Gnosis”.
112. From The One came the All. Only The One knows the One. And those who seek proof of the One need only to acknowledge their yearning.
113. The utterances of The Spiritual are the Word of The One.
114. Transcendence of this world is not an experience open to all. Wisdom derives from a perspective rather than an experience. Hence the quest for induced enlightenment is fruitless.
115. For true Gnostics there is no providence. The Spiritual are trapped and are returning through the aeons by paths of liberation which are difficult, and known only by themselves. Yet liberation is assured.
116. May The One reach out to the knowledge within you and draw you to the ultimate goal.
117. The True Reality is beyond us. This One can not be perceived by anything other than The One. The One can only ever be described in terms of The One.
118. The material world is real enough, but that reality is hierarchical. That is, matter is not evil – simply inferior. This perspective on the material world is related to an insight into the way things have come to be as they are.
119. Myth must negate itself in the telling if idols are not to be engendered.
120. There are no sacraments. “Salvation” is in Knowledge, a Knowledge that cannot be conferred.
121. In the first phase survival is all. Ruled by The Powers, whom we name as gods, we seek to bend them to our will by bribes and flattery, by submission or intimidation. Then we create patterns of cause and effect. Gratification is reward, denial is punishment: the fat are blessed, the lean are cursed. And we trace all causes to one cause, whom we call “God”. Soon we see that the fat are not praiseworthy nor the lean worthy of blame. So our patterns become more tenuous: our ancestors were righteous or sinners, or we ourselves in a previous life. But this rightly offends a sense of justice, and so we find a second source for evil, or suppose that God’s ways are inscrutable to men. And so we wait in vain for the overcoming of the one, or the revelation of the other.
122. Nomos is not a cosmic force: human behaviour is affected by but cannot affect the laws of nature.
123. Suffering is not caused by transgression, and death cannot be overcome by obedience to law.
124. It is not possible for anyone to state the destiny of humankind beyond death. But because God is eternal, that destiny too is eternal, for true mankind is in the mind of God. Those who seek the truth about their destiny in order to fulfil it join their wills with the will of God and may therefore participate in the eternity of the divine nature.
125. The principle which guides us has no beginning and no end. We are heirs to Eternal Truth and Life, and we are trustees of The Way.
126. If The Powers exist in the mind, were they not put there by The Powers? The path that leads beyond is a liberation.
127. The universe and events within it are without meaning. There is no good news to proclaim. An account of primeval events merely enables whoever has ears to hear it to derive some comfort from understanding their true predicament in this material universe.
128. None are victims of something called “evil”. Do not seek to exonerate God by blaming man. When Jehovah manufactured this cannibal coil within eternity, he made it on the basis of laws which had nothing to do with right or wrong. All are victims of the way the world is the inexorable laws of nature.
129. It would be nonsense to say that The Carnal Man is “saved” by sacrifice. He has no “self” to save.
130. Some ages may strive towards understanding in the manner of The Animate Man. Such cultures may become transfused with enlightenment, but such enlightenment is the gift of the few to the many.
131. The enemy is “in here” as well as “out there”. Mark well how The Powers are at work in our hearts. Admire them while spurning them. Never underestimate them: their strength is armed with cunning.
132. The most primitive religion seeks the renewal of nature by fertility. The more advanced religion seeks the renewal of society by justice. The highest religion seeks the transcendence of matter by Spirit.
133. If we cling to these notions of “good” and “justice” we merely increase the suffering of the self. Leave good and evil behind with the self, and go to where no thing exists, and yet All is.
134. There is a question which you dare not ask because you know it is foolish. Let it be framed for you: “Where is God to be found?” It has been answered many a time by the sages, but heard only by fools. God is within ourselves.
135. The task is not to establish systems. The task is to call forth those who share The Gnosis, to summon the invisible community of Knowledge and insight an invitation to all The Spiritual to celebrate here the Consciousness which we always have shared, and always will, that we may enjoy it together at our Source in greater measure to all eternity.
136. Struggle from the chrysalis of this world and take wing to regions which are intimated only by yearning. Those who seek proof of The One need only to acknowledge this yearning. Their despair is the harbinger of hope.
137. Marriage to the world is prostitution, in which the whore demands not only a fee, but a retainer for her services, and the husband is client to his own pimp.
138. Notions of “good” are corrupted by consideration of the provisional, the transitory, the self-serving. These weave the sticky thread of the illusory reality of this world. Morality may be an instrument of prey against the freedom of the self.
139. That which overturns the iron necessity of matter is seen as a destroyer by those in thrall to The Powers. Men of Knowledge, however, are able to read such events as signs which are effective to the healing of the spirit.
140. The land is ours; we are the kingdom. What need have we of a king?
142. If we cling to notions of “good” and “justice” we merely increase the suffering of the self. Leave good and evil behind with the self, and go to where no thing exists, and yet All is.
143. Discourse with one’s fellow spiritual beings brings the purest pleasure this world can offer: it is memories of youth and dreams of happy old age. For The Spiritual Man knows that one day, no matter how long the term of the sentence, and how protracted the torments inflicted by those who for a day lord it over him, he will return to his home in The One, to be lost and found forever in the bliss of union.
144. Three things are necessary to start out on the path to enlightenment: first, a culture; second, a religion; third, suffering. One is the soil, one the sunshine, the other the rain. But the seed comes only from The One.
145. We perceive, we analyse, we interpret, we mould, we subjugate reality to ourselves. And we say that the root of our systems is “God” a god made in our own image. When we worship this image, we worship ourselves.
146. Where, then, is Truth to be found? I can only tell you since I can only use words out of falsehood where Truth is not to be found.
147. The Eternal Being’s Fullness is by nature apart from matter, but has become widely scattered and briefly detained in the world because of an accident. Those who share The Transcendent show their true natures by detachment from carnality and a compassion for those who suffer false hope about the possibilities of this world.
148. The Spirit suffers in flesh the enmity of The Powers.
149. Our souls cry out at injury to the flesh, but these injuries dissolve with the flesh that gave them birth. None are victims of “evil”. All are victims of the world.
150. We hear the cries. Ialdabaoth is powerless to overcome the iron laws which lead to suffering and death.
151. The Enlightened are so by nature.
152. The message is an expression of The Spiritual Man’s sublimity. Worship of the messenger shows The Psychic Man’s mendacity aided and abetted by The Carnal Man’s stupidity.
153. Transcendence of this world is not an experience open to all. Wisdom or “Enlightenment” derives from a perspective rather than an experience. Hence the quest for Enlightenment as an experience induced by meditation is fruitless.
154. Though there is more than one path to the goal, the ultimate aim and end of all true Life is to transcend that illusion which we call the “self”. The Way is not to give up one’s own “self” in order simply to be absorbed into another “self”. Religion offers many such illusory paths.
155. The benighted may not see The Light, because their eyes have closed in the darkness.
156. Misfortune may be a purgative for the purification of spirit, but pain refines the gold: it does not place it in the heart.
157. Only those who know are saved not from pain, but from the deeper torment and waste of
158. The three kinds of men Carnal, Animate and Spiritual exist because of the way that the universe has come about, and not as a result of some capricious act of election on the part of a demiurge.
159. If there is good news to be brought to the world concerning its redemption, its messenger must speak the same language as the world and be at home with its ways. The Gnostic, however, is a stranger and alien in the world. He can in no way proclaim a message which will enable his hearers to be reconciled to the world.
160. There is comfort, nevertheless, for The Spiritual and only The Spiritual in knowing (or rather, recognising, since he already knows) the cause of his exile, and the character of his home. Reclining in the walled garden of the gathered, the teacher brings the purest pleasure of this world: shared memories of youth and dreams of labours past. The sage brings news of home.
161. Man is mortal, but The Gnosis can never die; man is weak, but The Gnosis has mastery of all that endures.
162. The Gnosis is not hedged by race or by class, by intelligence, language, gender or age.
163. The Carnal Man is part of the material world. The Animate Man perceives that he is part of this world and seeks either to alter or retain his position within it. To The Spiritual Man, however, the natural world is a prison. But the spark can never be lost, though the whole world fall back into confusion.
164. Carnal Man is ignorant of The Supreme Being and will return entirely to matter. Meanwhile, ever limited by his nature, he clings to idols that may gratify his manifold needs. For in him matter is dominant. This dominance manifests itself in a preoccupation with the consumption necessary to maintain material integrity. His desire to bring order into matter is simply an expression of a desire to dominate it.
165. The Psychic may remove his self from the centre of things, and by so doing turn his back on the world.
166. Spiritual Man has the capacity to know fully The Supreme Being, and his ultimate destiny is to enter into complete union with that Supreme Being; for Spiritual Man uniquely within the material universe shares the nature of The Supreme Being.
167. The prime virtue of The Spiritual Man is detachment, and this leaves no mark for the eyes of the world to behold.
168. The difference between The Spiritual and the
non-spiritual is not simply one of belief: the non-spiritual is actually incapable of grasping what The Spiritual is talking about.
169. The insights of The Spiritual may be manifest as deeds, utterances or decrees. They may be enshrined in histories, codes or rituals. Their form may be poetic, philosophical or legislative. But beyond all these is the Word of enlightenment which comes from The One.
170. The Carnal seek investment, not beauty.
171. The Carnal Man is subject to Ialdabaoth’s laws. The Spiritual Man has to overcome the world. But The Psychic Man strives actively to promote the principles on which the world was founded, and thereby compounds its suffering.
172. The Animate Man who re-orders his universe may become a means for the Light to shine in the darkness. And because this choice transcended nature, something of him may be saved for re-birth further along the path to The One.
173. The Spiritual Man meets Enlightenment as Truth and is helped towards liberation.
174. Those who sit in judgment always find for themselves. Seek The Spiritual Man, therefore, among those whom the world condemns.
175. For The Spiritual Man salvation is not an issue. The spark can never be lost, thought he whole world fall back into confusion. The issue is liberation. The means of liberation is Knowledge.
176. The Animate Man meets Enlightenment as mythos. This myth may enable him to shape his life into the pattern of Truth, thus making way for the Logos.
177. Those who are heirs to The Truth are not recipients of some inscrutable “grace”: they participate in Truth by nature. The question then is not the root of the creator’s caprice, but how the heirs of Truth became trapped in matter.
178. The gifts given by The Spiritual Man are in themselves their own proof of value to the discriminating, the recipient possessed of inbred taste. The Carnal are like the vulgar who need advice on how to furnish their house.
179. It may be that in some way which is beyond our comprehension the sacrifice made by The Carnal Man creates a door in matter for the emissary of The Fullness to enter. But those who are non-knowers will get no further than the outer portals; and those who Know are already within the inner sanctum.
180. The insights of The Spiritual may be focused into gems which attract the light, although these jewels may be lodged in poor settings.