Monday, 29 May 2017


There are around and about us at least five worlds that are invisible to us, and of which we know next to nothing.

The first is a microscopic world or a world of life so small that we cannot see it. The second is a world that is not sufficiently condensed for us to see—a world through which we see without seeing anything. The third is a world of rapidly vibrating matter; a world of matter that is moving at a speed that eludes all senses. The fourth is the psychic or thought world. The fifth is the spiritual world or that world of life that intermingles and interpenetrates the thought world, and each and all of these other worlds.

To these worlds may be added the world of the unconscious mind. This is that world which is the most near to the spiritual world, and through which most of our spiritual knowledge must necessarily come.

Fragments of Spiritual Knowledge Pertaining to the Spiritual World, Benjamin F. Woodcox, Woodcox & Fanner, Battle Creek, Michigan, 1923