Commentary on Surah 12 of the Koran by Abd Allah Ibn Ulmar al- Baidawi

By Abd Allah Ibn Ulmar al- Baidawi

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God and the initiate become the mystery of God in love with itself. All is perfectly One. ln the ancient Gnostic mystery theatres of Egypt, the various parts of the body of the slain Osiris represented different aspects of reality that all had their roots in this One source. The parts of Osiris are recollected and put back together through the love of lsis. The pneumatic initiate came to understand that if God was a point within a circle, and the outer circumference of the circle represented the physicalform, then lines of radius emanating from the point in the center of the circle represented various stages of consciousness and various personas of the One.

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