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Aurora (Morgen Röte im auffgang)

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The light exists in God without heat; but not so in nature. In nature all qualities are intermixed as if they were a single quality in the same way that God is all and as everything comes from and arises out of him. God is the heart or source font of nature. The air has its origin from heat and cold. For heat and cold repel violently from themselves and suffuse all things. The sweet quality is set against the bitter and is a blessed mild quality, a refreshment of life, an amelioration of the ferocity. The holy angels live and qualify in the light, in the good quality in which the Holy Spirit rules. However, the operation of the entire mass was an extraction or attraction of the word of God from the operation of the source spirits or salitter, which became the earth.

Keywords: Holy Spirit; word of God



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