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Egyptian Magic in Egyptian Magic by Florence Farr.

“To the Ancient Egyptians the most eminent man was he who had by hard training gained supremacy over the Elements, from which his own body and the Manifested World were alike formed; one whose Will had risen Phœnix-like from the ashes of his desires; one whose Intuition, cleansed from the stains of material illusions, was a clear mirror in which he could perceive the Past, the Present and the Future.” [via]

“what evil or what cruelty of man but has sprung only from that chiefest of illusions, Self, from that sad separateness of thought”

The Law of Righteousness. By Ananda Maitriya. (Allan Bennett)

“what evil or what cruelty of man but has sprung only from that chiefest of illusions, Self, from that sad separateness of thought” [via]