Day and night

Symbolic interpretation

November 27th 2012
Our entire existence is ruled by the alternation of light and dark, of day and night. Symbolically, night is the realm of the invisible, the non-manifest; day, that of the visible, the manifest. And the manifest is dependent on the non-manifest, as day depends on night. The events that will occur during ‘the day’ are being prepared in ‘the night’, that is, in the invisible, for any physical phenomenon is simply something immaterial that has taken concrete form. This explains how clairvoyants can predict coming events: they have already seen them take place in the invisible. It takes a certain amount of time for events to reach the physical plane, but they cannot fail to reach it, since they are already written on high.