Signatura rerum, or the signature of all things : shewing the sign ...

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Signatura rerum, or the signature of all things : shewing the sign ...

-Chap.2. SignMura Rertim, Uone cold, another hot ; the cold ariftth from the Aftringency,from the Iharp Attraftionj and is a daik black Fire ; and rhe hot < .^arifeth from the foith.driving'Compunftion in the Anguilli in Pi- Sthe defire after the Liberty, and the Liberty is its Enkindltr^ and ^ ^'r'S'^"the raging Compunftion is the Colds Fires * Awakener. ^"»'*j?K'tjty, t5 1 . Thefe three Forms are in one anurher as one, and yet theyare but One, but they fever thcmfelves through the Original in. ^-^'k^"^'^^'*to many Forms,and yet they have but One Mother, viz. the de- "' ^'^J^'*"firing Will to manifeftation, which is called the Father of Na*- ""^'^*ture, and of the Being of all Beings.3 a. Now we are to confider the Husger of the Anxiety, or theSalt fpiiit,and then alfo its fatiating or fulfilling ; The Anguiihhath in it two Wills from the Original of the fiiftWiil out ofthe Liberty to the mamfeftarionof it fclf , vi\. the firft Will is toNature, and the other re-concei^ed Will is the Son of the Hi ft,which goeth out of the manifeftation again into it felf into theLiberty J for it is become an Eternal Life in Nature, and yetpoffefleth not Nature efl^ntially,but dwelleth in it felf, and penetratethNature as a tranfparent Shine, and the iirft Will goeth* outwards, for it is the dehre of manifeftation ; it fcekcth it felf » ^. /)out of it felf, and yet amaffeth the defire in it felf itdcfirethto jf-r'/r^Educe the Internal out of it felf. ">it Jeff.Thus it hath two Properties •, with the Seekng in it felf it3 J.maketh the Centre of Nature ; For it is like a poyfon, a Will ofdreadful Afpiring, like a Lightening and Thunder- clap ; for•this Defire defireth only Anguifh, and to be horrible, to find itfelf in it felfj out of the Nothing in the Something j And the fccondForm proccedeth forth as a Flagrat, or produced Sound outofitlelf; for it is not the defire ofthefirftWill to continue inthe horrible Death, but only thus to Educe it felf out of the Noihingjand to find it felf.34» And we underftand by the Centre in it felf, with the AfpiringWrathfulnefs, with the wrathful Will to Nature, the darkWorld Jand with the Egrefs out of it felf to manifeftation, theoutward World j and with the fecond Will out of the fir ft, whichentreth again into the Liberty, wo underftand the light World,orthe Kingdom ef Joy, or the true Deity.Sy. The defire of the dark World is after the manifeftation,vl^. after the outward World, to attraft and draw the fame Efien-tiality into it,and thereby to fatisfie its wrathful Hunger ; and thedefire of the outward World is after the Eflenceor Life, whicharifeth from the Pain and Anguifh.j5. It's Defire in it fclf is Oie Wonder of Eternity, a Myftery,or Mirror, or the Comprehended of the firft Will to Nature.C a 37. The^

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