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 ...

j^.Chap.4.SigHMtura Return.Hunger, which maketh the dark World j and the Hunger of thefree Lubct maketh ihe light World j both which are only SpirituntU they pals both together through the enkindling ot the Fire,where then they are mortified to the Spirit, and are a Ikencfs ofthe hi ft Spirit, vi\. a manifeftation ot the iiicomprehcnfible Spintjwhichis called God in Love and Ai^ger,in a two' fold Source :tiius each ftandeth undivided in it feif, vi{^. God in the Timeand the Time in God, and the one is not the other, but they comefrom One Eternal Original : thus the Temporal Spirits.hungergiveth a Temporal body, and the Bternal Spiriii-hunger afford*cth an Eternal Body* and are both mutually in each other^ andyet are * diftinft.• ffje tnt UI J The feven Forms do make them a Body according to their f,Qt f^f ^Hunger out of their own Projerty j therefore all whatfoever the //^^Spirit hath in all Propcrtiscs, lieih in the Body.1 6. Further we are to know,ihat there is a Seveiation made inthe Creation of this World ; for this is to be feen in the Sun andStais fo likewifc in all Creatures, alio in Metals, Stones andEarths \ for this fame is the maniftflation of God.1'/. We fee in the Firmament feven Planets, and in the Farthfeven Metals which arc fixed, and alio feven Planets only whichare fixed in their property ; the reft are Minerals, and fb of theStars ; and as the Planetick Oib hath its predominant Stamp orInfluence, fo is alfo the Birth of each thing.18. As the Deity, vi\. the divine Light, is the Centre of all"LH'q ; fb alfo in the manifcflation of God, vi\. m the Figurc,thcSun is the Centre of all Life i in the higheft Life the higheftthings have taken their beginning, and lb forward fuccemveljrone from another to the lowermoft : In every external thingthere are two Properties j one * fromTime,thc other from Eier- • Or'Oktnity ; the firft property of Time is manifeft, and the other is qPhidden jyet it fetteth forth a likcnefs after it fclf in eachthing.19. Whatfocver hath its beginning out of the Lubec ofthe Liberty,flandeth with the Root in an Heavenly Property, and withthe Body in an earthly ; but the Eternal ftandeth in Timc^ andmanifefteth it felf with Tiine^zo. Sulphur IS on one part in the Internal Heavenly, and asto the Body earthly, yet putteth forth an Heavenly likcnefs according to the Eternal out of it felf, which is lixcd and ftcdfaft jas is to be feen in Gold, and is much more to be underftood inthe * Humane Body,if it were not corrupted in the Defire in MiT' * Oreurj ; for the fpiritual or heavenly Man coniifts in Sulphury and Mam, *i» Mercwry the Corporeal, vi"^. the Similitude ef the divineE[Man,]

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