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    Post  Guest on Fri Jun 04, 2010 3:47 pm

    ‘Engaged in his wayfaring through the external illusion he was concurrently traversing another landscape, not visible to the physical eye. To many of these incorporeal locales he gave evocative names, such as “The Dust of Nothing” where the spirit takes form and form becomes spirit, and “The Abode of Light”, where all destinies are known from beginning to end.’

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