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44                 SIX THEOSOPHIC POINTS
as his treasure, he is only a man with t
essence, and not with the essence of G
world; and he gives his body to thi<
to the earth, and his soul to the abyss <
world.
23.  Thus we give you to understar
the tree of the three principles, these
well  together,  but not  the   creatures
creatures of each principle desire not 1
And there is a strong bar and closure befr
so that we know not, nor shall we see
24.  But the devil's envy wars against
race, for they have possessed his seat,
it is said :   Man, seek thyself, and see
art, and beware of the devil.    So mu
second point, how the three principles
unitedly together.