Tris. "Tell me, why are they worthy of death, that are in death?"
Poem. "Because there goeth a sad and dismal darkness before its Body; of which darkness is the moist Nature, of which moist Nature, the Body consisteth in the sensible World, from whence death is derived. Hast thou understood this aright!"
Tris. "But why or how doth he that understands himself, go or pass into God!"
Poem. "That which the Word of God said, say I: Because the Father of all things consists of Life and Light, whereof Man is made."
Tris. "Thou sayest very well."
Poem. "God and the Father is Light and Life, of which Man is made. If therefore thou learn and believe thyself to be of the Life and Light, thou shalt again pass into Life."
Tris. "But yet tell me more, O my Mind, how I shall go into Life."
Poem. "God saith, Let the Man endued with a Mind, mark, consider, and know himself well."
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