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Isis Unveiled
Helena P. Blavatsky

1 "Every imagination of humanity comes through the heart, for this is the sun of the microcosm, and out of the microcosm proceeds the imagination into the great world….the imagination of humanity is a seed."

2 "Everything is drawn to its like, and converges with natures congenial to itself. Out of this sympathy and antipathy arises a constant movement in the whole world, and in all its parts, and uninterrupted communion which produces universal harmony. …one thing affects another one, even at great distances, notwithstanding the intervening space."

3 "One is the Spirit of the living God, blessed be His Name, who lives forever!" 'Sepher Jezireh', the kabalistic Book of Creation

4 "There is but one Magnet in the universe, and from it proceeds the magnetization of everything existing."

5 "You have in yourself something similar to God, and therefore use yourself as the temple of God."

6 "Every particle contains God within itself."

7 "Harmony in the physical and mathematical world of sense, is justice in the spiritual one."

8 "The forces of the universe are ever in perfect harmony with the one great Immutable Law."

9 "The real selfhood is at the basis of all."

10 "The love of truth is inherently the love of good; and so predominating over every desire of the soul, purifying it and assimilating it to the divine, thus governing every act of the individual, it raises humanity to a participation and communion with Divinity."

11 "A person's idea of God is that image of blinding light that he sees reflected in the concave mirror of his own soul."

12 "Whoever you are that desires to dive into the inmost parts of nature; if what you seek you find not within you, you will never find it without. If you know not the excellence of your own house, why seek after the excellence of other things?" Abipili, medieval Arabian Alchemist

13 "There is a Supreme God who produced in his own mind a 'paradeigma' of all things."

14 "God blesses equally every beast of the field and every living creature, in the water as in the air, and He endows them all with life, which is a breath of His own Spirit."

15 "It is undeniable that the theologies of all the great nations dovetail together and show that each is a part of one stupendous whole."

16 "The magnetism of pure love is the originator of every created thing."

17 "Matter is nothing more than the.. effect of the emanative energy of the Deity."

18 “Freemasonry proclaims, as it has proclaimed from its origin, the existence of a creative principle, the great Architect of the universe.”

19 "The human spirit is so great a thing that no one can express it; as God is eternal and unchangeable, so also is the spirit of humanity." Paracelsus

20 "Who can study carefully the ancient religious and cosmogonic myths without perceiving that this striking similitude of conceptions, in their esoteric spirit, is the result of no mere coincidence, but manifests a concurrent design? It shows that already in those ages which are shut out from our sight by the impenetrable mist of tradition, human religious thought developed in uniform sympathy in every portion of the globe."

21 "One nature delights in another, one nature overcomes another, one nature overrules another, and the whole of them are One." Synesius

22 "There is an intelligence or mind, the first principle of all principles, the Supreme Idea on which all other ideas are grounded; the Monarch and Lawgiver of the universe; the ultimate substance from which all things derive their being and essence, the first and efficient Cause of all the order, and harmony, and beauty, and excellency, and goodness, which pervades the universe."

23 "Human-spirit proves God-spirit, as the one drop of water proves a source from which it must have come."

24 "Nothing can be free from the divine presence." Giordano Bruno

25 "Of all the duties, the principal one is to acquire the knowledge of the supreme soul (the spirit); it is the first of all sciences."

This body of quotes compiled by JoAnn Kite