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Inevitably, Life and Death nourish each other—a constant renovation—so why should we fear our again becoming the worth we did strive after?

Austin Osman Spare, The Logomanchy of Zos

Hermetic quote Spare The Logomachy of Zos inevitably life death nourish each other constant renovation why fear again becoming worth we strive after

But, generally speaking, then, as now, those who joined a lodge for the purpose of having some very important secrets revealed to them, were sadly disappointed, for besides the external ceremonies and forms, which they were sworn not to reveal, and which were of no further importance, they were informed of nothing which would have been worth revealing.

Franz Hartmann, In The Pronaos of The Temple of Wisdom

Hermetic quote Hartmann In the Pronaos of the Temple of Wisdom those joined lodge for secrets revealed sadly disappointed nothing worth revealing

“I am all goodness, love, truth, mercy, health. I am a necessary part of God’s universe. I am a divine soul, and only good can come through me or to me. God made me, and He could make nothing but goodness and purity and worth. I am the reflection of all His qualities.” This is the “new” religion; yet it is older than the universe. It is God’s own thought put into practical form.

Ella Wheeler Wilcox, The Heart of the New Thought [Amazon, Bookshop, Local Library]

Hermetic quote Wilcox The Heart of New Thought goodness love truth mercy health necessary part universe divine soul only good purity worth reflection qualities new religion thought practical form