The Apocalypse Explained According to the Spiritual Sense in Which the Arcana There Predicted But Heretofore Concealed Are Revealed; A Posthumous Work of Emanuel Swedenborg Volume 2

The Apocalypse Explained According to the Spiritual Sense in Which the Arcana There Predicted But Heretofore Concealed Are Revealed; A Posthumous Work of Emanuel Swedenborg Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1889 edition. Excerpt: ...by the truths which are signified by "kings," and by the goods which are signified by " principal women or princesses)" Isa. xlix. 23) it is therefore said, "And kings shall be thy nourishers, and princesses thy nurses (yanaq)" (n. 175a). "Laclare" in its different forms, represents Yanaq, Deut. xxxii. 25 (n. 863a): ul, Isa. xl. n (n. 482): Thclazo, Matt. xxiv. 19 (n. 710a, 721-); Mark xiii. 17 (n. 7100); Luke xi. 27 (n. 710a); xxi. 23 (n. 710a). "Laclens" represents Yanaq, Isa. xi. 8 (n. 314; but in n. 410c, we find "sugcns"); Lam. ii. 11 (n. 376c, 6$2d): ut, Isa. xl. 11 (n. 314). The kindred words laclans and laclens are here used without careful discrimination. They properly represent different forms of the same Hebrew word. In Deut. xxxii. 25, for example, we have "laclans" in article n. 863; but in Arcana Caelestia, n. 3183, 5694, we have the more accurate "laclens." In Isa. xl. 11, we have " laclans" in n. 482; but in n. 314 we have "laclens." See Drain.) Suck out.--See Press.) Suffer.--See Permit.) Summer.--See Autumn.) Sun (Sol).--See Heaven, Moon, Light, Heat.) There are two suns; the sun of the spiritual world, and the sun of the natural world (n. 1196) Round about the Lord, there is a divine sphere: near the Lord, this sphere appears as a sun, which is His divine love; from this the sphere proceeds into the whole heaven, and fills it, and makes the light that is there. This sphere is the Divine that proceeds from the Lord (n. 392a). Nature has its beginning from the sun of the world; and life has its beginning from the sun of heaven (n. 1207). The sun of the world is pure fire; and the sun of heaven is pure love (n. 1207). From...show more

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  • English
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  • 9781236932846