THE FIFTH POINT 75 In the outer world it is the spirit of air, as also of fire and water, and may be used as man pleases, all unto the great wonders. 30. Thus is man according to the particular person the great mystery in the three worlds. The world to which he turns himself, in which he produces fruit, the same is lord in him, and this world becomes manifest in him; the other two remain hidden. As fire is hidden in wood, so light or the light-world remains hidden in the wrathful dark world; as also in malignity, in the. distemper of the inner world in the outer world. 31. But if the light-world cannot become mani- fest in man so as to be lord, then the soul at the breaking of the outer world remains only in the dark world; for there it is no longer possible for the light-world to be kindled. There is for the light no longer any mirror that were turned towards the soul. The heart of God is not manifest therein, nor eternally can be (for the dark world must be, else the light would not be manifest); but here in this world that may be. 32. And though a soul be plunged in the deepest abyss, and lies in the wrath of God, yet in the external light of the sun it has before it the light- mirror wherein the divine power reveals itself, as also the mirror of the incarnation of Christ, which in the inner dark world never is known.