The spirit of man is a tiny ring of colorless fire from which pour streamers and rays of scintillating force.
By a mystic process the rays build bodies around that central formless germ, and man dwells in the midst of these bodies,
controlling them by waves of force in a manner difficult to appreciate unless one is familiar with the occult constitution of man.
The ring of invisible flame is the eternal fire, the spark from the infinite wheel, the birthless, deathless, eternal center which includes within itself all that it has ever been, all that it is, and all that it ever shall be.
This germ dwells in the state Eternity, for to this immortal spark time is illusionary, distance is nonexistent, joy and sorrow are unknown, for concerning it's function and consciousness all that can be said is that 'it is.'
While other things come and go, it is.
~Melchizedek, Manly P. Hall
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