Friday, 2 June 2017


It is from the invisible that the visible is made. It is through a condensing and a reducing, and a making more compact and solid, and a proper mixing of the invisible elements, that the visible comes into existence; that it has form, and takes unto itself certain characteristics.

All the elements of the spiritual and the physical universe are invisible when in their native state. They only become visible, to certain kinds of perception, when they are confined or compact, and arranged in a certain order, or when mixed in certain ways by the application of forces known to the Creator of the universe, and known to a more limited extent to spirit-lives of the spiritual world, and to man.

The difference between spiritual material and physical material is largely in the different materials selected and in the fineness of the particles of these materials, and in the way that they are mixed together.

There is also a difference in the rate of vibratory action with which the particles of these different materials act upon each other. This has nothing to do with the original materials, but with the refining of these, and the law by which they are held together.

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