THE WORD “SUBSTANTIATE” is an expression of Creation.

It is so comprehensive that the human spirit as a particle of Creation will never be able to get a right conception of it.

As the counterpart of substantiate the expression “Un-substantiate” is named.

Less than ever can man imagine what is the meaning of Un-substantiate.

He will always have a confused idea of it, because it is something which must perpetually remain an enigma to him.

He cannot even form a conception of it, because there exists no form for Un-substantiate that comes within the understanding of the human spirit.

However, in order to bring you at least a little closer to an understanding I will for once substitute earthly expressions for the expressions of Creation, although these can only be considered the vaguest shadow in comparison to the reality.

For substantiate imagine dependent, and for Un-substantiate that which alone is independent.

According to human thought this gives you the best possibility to approach the matter objectively, although it can neither render nor designate that which it really is, or how it is; for you would always be unable to comprehend the “what”, whereas in this way you can at least approximately envisage the “how” to yourselves.

The Un-substantiate is therefore that which alone is independent, while all else is dependent upon it in every respect and is thus called substantiate, of which latter everything that is spiritual is also a part and likewise everything that is Divine, whereas the Un-substantiate is only God.

From this you can realize that there is still a great difference between the Divine and God.

The Divine is not yet God; for the Divine is substantiate, but God is Un-substantiate.

The Divine and all else that exists is dependent upon God, it cannot exist without God.

God, however, is absolutely independent, if we are to use the earthly conceptions which, however, can naturally not convey what it really is, because earthly or human conceptions cannot span such greatness.

Thus heed this well, God is not Divine, but God is God, because He is Un-substantiate, and the Un-substantiate is not Divine, but God!

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