GGJ03-234

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Chapter 234 - The nature of matter.

234,1. Raphael says, “Oh, do you think that there are no ministering spirits in the sun? I tell you and also you two others: neither in the sun, nor on this Earth does anything happen without a ministering spirit; for everything that you see and touch is basically all spirit. The crudest matter even is spirit, soul – but only in judgment (an organized condition). If you insult the spirits that rest in the deepest judgment too much through flight, push and pressure, they will soon let their strength and power be felt!

234,2. Look, the air is certainly something very soft and very tender; but if it is brought out of its balance by a too powerful push or pressure and disturbed too much in its rest, it rips the thickest and strongest tree trunks out at the roots, makes the Earth quake, lights a thousand bolts of lightning and becomes the most fearful element!

234,3. But who rages so fiercely through the air then? The spirits and souls under judgment resting in it and actually composing it!

234,4. If you beat with two stones very heftily against one another, the spirits trapped in them will soon let themselves be seen and the whole mass of stone, no matter how hard it may be, will be destroyed into the tiniest little pieces of dust, at which opportunity there will be no lack of fiery appearances!

234,5. Take water and set it under the greatest possible pressure! First you will produce a lump of ice, which will destroy the strongest container holding it; you could put the ice under even greater pressure and it will suddenly dissolve in fiery steam and destroy with the most terrible noise and crackling everything trying to contain it!

234,6. As long as the spirits and nature souls confined in the appearance of the matter are not offended, they rest peacefully as if dead and let much be made out of them; but once they are woken out of their ordered rest too much, woe betide those who are nearby!

234,7. It is quite easy to recognize the presence of spirits in matter. Whenever they are coerced into an extraordinary activity, you will observe a glow which varies with the strength and intensity of their spiritual activity. The stronger the glow, the more forcible is the activity of the spirits aroused in a certain matter.

234,8. The sun’s fiercest light, therefore, is proof of how active the sun’s air spirits are, particularly on its surface.

234,9. From the intensity of the sun's light you can form a vague idea of the violence with which such a lump is ejected by the sun during its great eruptions, when the spirits of its matter are aroused to the greatest agitation and activity.

234,10. Yes, I assure you: In the womb of the great sun there are not seldom eruptions that manifest a force which would play around with lumps the size of this earth just as easily as on this earth the wind plays with chaff. And, thus, you will find it all the more comprehensible how and with what ease this lump out of the sun came down to this earth."

234,11. Murel says, “But if undoubtedly so, then this lump is in the end of immeasurable worth and one should bring it to a museum as something extraordinary for eternal memory!”

234,12. Raphael says, “Then you would have to put the whole Earth in a museum; for the whole Earth is just as much from there as this lump is!”

234,13. Murel says, “If that is so, what is then to be considered of the story of creation by Moses?”

234,14. Raphael says, “In this respect you should turn to friend Mathael! He knows this topic in and out; Philopold also has very significant knowledge of this!”

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