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 ...

ChAPi^ SignaturA Kerum, 37'CHAP. VI.1\oyi> A Water And Oyl is generated, and of the differenceof the Water and Oyl, and of theVegetable Life ani Growtht1, A LI Life, Growth, andlnftigation, confiftln twothings\Z\ vi\. in the Lubec, and then in the Defire j the Lubet isX A a free Will,and as a Nothing in comparifon to Nacurcjbut the Defire is as a Hunger : in the Defire arifeth the movingSpirit, vi^. the Natural, and in the Lubet the Supernatural,which yet is * Natures, but not out of its own property, but out oi -kOffix he*for from^ the property of the Defire.longing toz. The Defire is the Inftigaiion of the Eflcnce,w\, an Hun- Mature,ger, and the Lubet is the Hungers f Effenccwhich it taketh into ^Beingsit felf ; for the Defire is only an hungry Will, and it is the na- Materia ,.-tural Spirit in its Forms ; but the Lubet is out of the Liberty or Food,for God is defire* lefs as concerning his own EfTence, in fo muchas he is called God j for he needeth nothing. All is his, and hehimfelf is All,3. But he hath a Lubet-will, and he himfelf is the Will,ro manifefthimfelf in the Lubet ; yet in the free affeftion-lefs Lubetno manifeftation can be eftefted, for it is voyd of Defire j it isas if 'twere nothing in refpeft of Nature, and yet it is All j butnot according to the Defire,vi^. according to Nature^but accordingto the fatisfying of Nature, it is the fatisfying of the hungryDefire, vi'K,- of Nature j it freely and willmgly gives it felf intothe Hunger of Nature ; for it is a Spirit without Effence andDefire, wholly free as a Nothing : but the Defire doth eflTenti*-alize {[or materiate it^ in it felf, and that according to two Properties,wX- one according to the Eternal Liberty, which is freefrom the Source •, and the other according to the Defire, whichgiveth a vegetative Life, v«X. a growing, or a giving forth itfelf.4, The Free Effence iSjand giveth an Oyl,andthe Defires propertygiveth a Life of the Oyl j the Oyl is a Light, and the De-*Jircs property giveth to the Light the Eflence,^i^. the Fiery property,fo that the Light {hineth, as is to be feen in the Fire andLight, and the free Lubet remaineth yet a free Will in it felf, butgiveth its Meeknersjt'j^.a free Refignation into the Dcfire,that itF 3Cometh

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