anthropogenesis: nature unaided fails (stanza ii)

“6.    THE WATERMEN TERRIBLE AND BAD SHE HERSELF CREATED.

 
FROM THE REMAINS OF OTHERS (FROM THE MINERAL, VEGETABLE AND ANIMAL REMAINS), FROM THE FIRST, SECOND, AND THIRD (ROUNDS), SHE FORMED THEM.

 
THE DHYANI CAME AND LOOKED….THE DHYANI FROM THE BRIGHT FATHER-MOTHER, FROM THE WHITE (SOLAR-LUNAR) REGIONS THEY CAME, FROM THE ABODES OF THE IMMORTAL-MORTALS.

 
Thus physical nature, when left to herself in the creation of animal and man, is shown to have failed.

 
She can produce the first two and the lower animal kingdoms, but when it comes to the turn of man, spiritual, independent and intelligent powers are required for his creation, besides the “coats of skin” and the “Breath of animal Life”.

 
The human Monads of preceding Rounds need something higher than purely physical materials to build their personalities with, under the penalty of remaining even below any “Frankenstein” animal.”

 

H. P. Blavatsky

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