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AN OVERVIEW OF HYLOZOIC TERMS

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THE TRIAL) CHAIN

43-atom of the Mumie chain (1-43)

MANIFESTAL WORLD

 
 

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SITIMANWESTAL WORLD World of hterarehic ides

TII1RD TRIAD

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SUPERESSENT1AL WORLD

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WORLD

SECOND TRIAD

CAUSAL WORLD World of ?Iskalle ideal

NIENTAL WORLD

 

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EMOT(ONAL (ASTRAL) WORLD

FIRST TRIAD

I aternic 49 _pubalontic su eretherie ETIIERIC PH'iSICAL WORLD etheric griseous

liquid

solid

DENSE ('1'ISII3LE") PHVSICAL WORLD

THE HUMAN EVOLUTION

ENVELOPES

Third sel f • s manifests] envelope (43:1-7)

The Protogorms. man's vicarious third sel(

The monad renfred and sclf-conscious in the third triad is tallrå

Third selve submanitestal envelope (44:1-7)

a "third

Third self's supereasential envelope (45:1-3)

Second solis superessential envelope (45:4.7)

CONSC1OLlSNESS

Manifestet consciouaness (43:1-7). 43.6ling elanSIttSS

talar systemic consciousness

Submanifestal conaciounness (44:1-7).

44-consciousness

interplanetary consetousness

Superessential conseiousness (45:1-7).

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planstary consciousness

The Augoeides. mao's vicarious second self

The monad ~ned and sclf.conscious in the second triad is talled

a "second self"

The human monad

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collization. and culture,

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mental molemile The monad centra and self-conscious in the First triad is tulled

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Essential conaciousness (46:1-7), 46-consciousness, wisdom and love

Second selis essentia1 envelope (46:1-7)

nor fd c onsc iousness

First selis (man's) and accond selCs eansal envelope (47:1-3)

Causai constiousness 147:1.31. causa' ideas. causa' intuition

Mental conseiousness (47:4-7):

First selis (man's) mental envelope 147:4-7).

system thinking 147:4) perspective thinking (47:5) principle thinking (47:6) inference thinking (471) Elnational consciousness (48:2-7):

First selis (man's)

sttractive emotions (48:2.3)

emotional envelope (48:2-7)

repellent emotions (48:4-7)

First Mrs (man's)

ethcric envelope (49:2-4)

First selfe (man's) organism (49:3-7)

consciuusness (49:2-7):

etheric sight etc., vitalit& 149:2-4)

sense perceptions (49:5-7)

EVOLUTION IN THE SOLAR SYSTEM Maximal range of consciousness in the respective kingdoms

Stages of the human kingdom

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THE CHAIN OF TRIADS t h r e e triads from below up, hence the

THE CHAIN OF TRIADS

three triads from below up,

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MANIFESTAL

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WORLD

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WORLD

 

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THE SEPTENARY The 49 cosmic worlds are divided into seven series of seven worlds in

THE SEPTENARY

The 49 cosmic worlds are divided into seven series of seven worlds in each series. The division into septenaries is due to the fact that the three aspects of existence can be combined in seven different ways as shown below. The table makes it easier to analyze the composition of matter, the relationships of the aspects, the seven types and departments.

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1 -= the will aspect (the motion aspect)

2 = the consciousness aspect

3 = the maner aspect

THE STRUCTURE OF A SEVEN-CLOBE

The diagram shows a lowest seven-globe, having the lowest matter existing. The concentric circles intend to show how higher molecular worlds form concentric layers in the globes, penetrating all their lower worlds as weil as extending far beyond them. Atomic matter, however, does not form concentric worlds but exists everywhere in the solar system, penetrating molecular matter. The seven globes 1-7 enter into the greater essential globe (46:r-7), which is part of one of the ten 49-globes. The diagram does not show the relative sizes of the globes, nor the distances that separate them.

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does not show the relative sizes of the globes, nor the distances that separate them. 47:1-3
does not show the relative sizes of the globes, nor the distances that separate them. 47:1-3
does not show the relative sizes of the globes, nor the distances that separate them. 47:1-3
does not show the relative sizes of the globes, nor the distances that separate them. 47:1-3
does not show the relative sizes of the globes, nor the distances that separate them. 47:1-3
does not show the relative sizes of the globes, nor the distances that separate them. 47:1-3
does not show the relative sizes of the globes, nor the distances that separate them. 47:1-3
does not show the relative sizes of the globes, nor the distances that separate them. 47:1-3
does not show the relative sizes of the globes, nor the distances that separate them. 47:1-3