stanza 2, slokas 3-4

STANZA II.
3. The hour had not yet struck; the ray had not yet flashed into the Germ; the Matripadma had not yet swollen.
4. Her heart had not yet opened for the one ray to enter, thence to fall, as three into four, into the lap of Maya.

 

“The President:  Then the Mundane Egg is as sexless as the ray?

 
Mme. Blavatsky:  It is undifferentiated primordial matter.

 
The President:  One is in the habit of associating matter with anything to which the name of female is applied.

 
Mme. Blavatsky:  Matter certainly is female, because it is receptive of the ray of the sun which fecundates it, and this matter produces everything that is on its face; but that is quite a different thing. This is on the lowest plane.

 
The President:  This is substance, rather than material.

 
Mr. B. Keightley:  And substance is of no sex.

 
Mme. Blavatsky:  Do you know what is matter? The synonym of matter is mother, and mother comes from matter, they are interchangeable.

 
Mr. A. Keightley:  Then what I want to understand is this: You have the ray, which ultimately starts the manifested Logos, or the Germ within the Mundane Egg. Does the Mundane Egg exist, then, in any way, excepting potentiality, before this first triangular – if you may call it so – Germ is started by this ray?

 
Mme. Blavatsky:  What is the egg, the Mundane Egg, or Universal Egg, call it whatever you like, whether on the principle of universality, or on the principle of a solar system?

 
The egg means the ever-eternal, existing, undifferentiated matter, which is not strictly matter as we ordinarily use the term, but which, as we say, is the atoms. The atoms are indestructible; and matter is destructible in form, but the atoms are absolutely indestructible.

 
Mr. Gardner:  Do you mean to say that the atoms are not yet crystallized?

 
Mme. Blavatsky:  I do not speak about chemical atoms. I speak about the atoms of occultism, which certainly no chemist has ever seen. They are mathematical points. If you read about the Monads of Leibniz (Gottfried Lebniz), you will see what it is, this atom.”

 

H. P. Blavatsky

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