60 SIX THEOSOPHIC POINTS 17. Thus this world receives only a r< of God through the sun's power. The sui God's light, for it shines not wholly in essence, but shines in elemental essence. God's fire as its root, but is filled with this essence. For it is desirous as a magical < and receives in its imagination and crav power of the stars and elements; and fr it shines also. 18. Though God's fire is its root, yet it not to God's kingdom. And here we ujic how the devil is the poorest creature ; for he move a leaf except wrath be therein, and moves it according to the property of wrat the light and the power of this world is re] to him ; he enters not with his will into the f of the light, neither is he able to do so. H< backward to the light of the sun in his fig property, and therefore the sun's light pro nothing. And all that grows in the sun's that unites itself to the sun, that he is ene his will enters not readily thereinto.