stanza 6, sloka 4

Stanza VI
4. He builds them in the likeness of older wheels, placing them on the Imperishable Centres.
How does Fohat build them? He collects the fiery dust. He makes balls of fire, runs through them, and round them, infusing life thereinto, then sets them into motion; some one way, some the other way. They are cold, he makes them hot. They are dry, he makes them moist. They shine, he fans and cools them. Thus acts Fohat from one twilight to the other, during Seven Eternities.”

 

 

“Mr. B. Keightley:  Question 11, page 176, last paragraph. Can you name the “ten stages” here referred to?  And what stage do you call “the first really manward stage”?

 
Mme. Blavatsky:  I can.  I name the first really manward stage when the Third Race, being at the threshold of the Fourth, the racial stage, as it is called, becomes a potential septenary through the incarnation in it of the Manas, or sense of wisdom.

 
Hence the three sub-elemental, or the sub-mineral kingdoms, we have certainly ten, all the ten that are mentioned there. Man is a septenary; arrived at the end of the Third Race, entering upon the Fourth, he is potentially septenary.

 
The fifth yet is not quite developed in us; it will be because we are only on the Fifth Race, and with every race there is one higher and higher that develops, but still it is potentially a septenary, and this, with the others, we say are ten.

 
Mr Yates:  The fifth, you say. Is that counting from above or below? You say it is not yet fully developed.

 
Mme. Blavatsky:  It is the Manas.”

 
H. P. Blavatsky

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