breath of life

"The ancients were far better schooled in spiritual philosophy than are we of the present age. Their mythological records, in their symbolical meaning, prove this fact. They recognized this latent element as the very breath of the Almighty; the sympathetic outflow of the trinity of force, the triple spiritual essence of God Himself. Their conceptions of Deity were greater and truer than our own. From them we learn that when God said 'Let there be light,' He liberated the latent celestial element that illuminates the world: that when He breathed into man the breath of life, He impregnated him with that latent soul-element that made him a living and moving being." Bloomfield-Moore, Veil Withdrawn

The breath of Life is assumed to be the same as Keely's Celestial Radiation or Latent Element and Russell's Light or Father Forces. In ancient Egyptian art the breath of life is denoted by the arms extending down from the Sun with the hand on the end (usually holding an Ankh, their symbol for Life or Life Force) extending the breath of life to individuals.

"For a man is a little lower than the angels, yet was made that he might become the companion of the Creative Forces; and thus was given - in the breath of life - the individual soul, the stamp of approval as it were of the Creator; with the ability to know itself to be itself, and to make itself, as one with the Creative Forces - irrespective of other influences." Cayce (1456-1)

Breath of Life

Breath of Life - Celestial Outreach

A subscriber pointed out the beer mug in the above image. What a hoot! I didn't see that but I did see the documentary "How Beer Saved the World". So I think I'll leave that image there as a pointed reminder. Here's the movie: Enjoy! DP

See Also

14.15 - Movement Caused by Spirit
Celestial Outreach
Celestial Radiation
Latent Element
Life Force
Master Tone
Mind Force
Polar Negative Machine
Sympathetic Association
Vera Vita the Philosophy of Sympathy
What is the Relation Between God to Man

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