In our book, man is an extremity of the Divine; hence man is a God once in the enlightenment mode, and only a demigod on account of his laziness–his failure to make use of his divine inheritance. Man and his environment are one, so that what happens in the environment is simultaneously occurring in his self. If man is in a state of hell, then his environs must also be in that state.
Since man is an extension of the Divine, he has the power to create–to create magnificent things, to create horrible things. The god-man, who never ceases to wonder, who is in the loop for the next level of truth, is like the ever-moving electron circling around the atom’s nucleus. The fact of his movement is his truth–for truth is relative according to the frequency in which he operates.
Frequency is defined as the number of cycles per…
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