THINKING AND DESTINY
Harold W. Percival
SYMBOLS, ILLUSTRATIONS and CHARTS
Symbols I-A, I-B, I-C, I-D, I-E indicate
outlined in these pages
To show the Spheres, Worlds, Planes and States of Matter on one page of this book would be impossible. Therefore, each will be given separately.
THE CIRCLE OF THE TWELVE NAMELESS POINTS AND THE FOUR SPHERES
The Points are to symbolize Presences. By their Presence all parts of the all-inclusive One are kept in right relation according to the Eternal Order of Progression through the Realm of Permanence.
The spheres and, in the symbols to follow, the worlds and planes and states of matter, are, each, divided by a horizontal diameter. The upper half represents the unmanifested which is throughout the circle, and the lower half symbolizes the manifested.
Copyright 1974 by The Word Foundation, Inc.