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Yechezchial 30:21

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21 בֶּן־אָדָם אֶת־זְרֹועַ פַּרְעֹה מֶלֶךְ־מִצְרַיִם שָׁבָרְתִּי וְהִנֵּה לֹא־חֻבְּשָׁה לָתֵת רְפֻאֹות לָשׂוּם חִתּוּל לְחָבְשָׁהּ לְחָזְקָהּ לִתְפֹּשׂ בֶּחָרֶב׃ ס

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The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 153


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Arcana Coelestia 1165

Apocalypse Revealed 503

The Lord 28


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Apocalypse Explained 654

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Arcana Coelestia # 1165

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1165. In the Word 'Mizraim' or Egypt means knowledge, that is, various facts, by which people wish to probe into the arcana of faith and so confirm the false assumptions acquired in that way. 'Mizraim' also means simply knowledge, and so knowledge that is useful. This is clear not only from the places just quoted but also from very many others which would fill up page after page if they were all included. See Isaiah 19:1-end; Isaiah 19:30:1-3; 31:1-3; Jeremiah 2:18, 36; Jeremiah 42:14-end; Jeremiah 42:46:1-end; 46:Ezekiel 16:26; 23:3; Ezekiel 29:1-end; Ezekiel 29:30:1-end; 30:Hosea 7:11; 9:3, 6; 11:1, 5, 11; Micah 7:12 [NCBS: 7:15]; Zechariah 10:10-11; Psalms 80:8 and following verses.

(Odkazy: Ezekiel 23:8, 29, 30; Genesis 10:6; Isaiah 19, 30:1-3; Jeremiah 42:14-22, 46:1-26, 46; Micah 7:5; Psalms 80:8-19)

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Arcana Coelestia 1462, 1502, 1589, 1866, 1888, 1895, 1928, 1951, 2049, 2162, 2466, 2547, 2576, 2588, 2718, 2781, 2831, 3024, 3048, 3104, 3322, 3325, 3368, 3448, 3654, 3708, 3762, 3901, 4588, 4728, 4735, 4749, 4760, 4788, 4789, 4876, 4964, 5079, ...


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Apocalypse Explained 195, 235, 240, 388

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4760. 'And they led Joseph to Egypt' means a consultation with factual knowledge. This is clear from the meaning of 'Egypt' as facts, dealt with in 1164, 1165, 1186, 1462; and when Divine Truth is brought to these it is to consult them, for as shown above, 'Joseph' represents Divine Truth. What is implied by a consultation with factual evidence regarding Divine Truth must be stated briefly. Consulting facts regarding Divine Truth is seeing from them whether it is indeed such. But those with an. affirmative attitude that the truth is the truth do so in one way, in that when they consult facts they use them to confirm the truth and so to strengthen their belief, whereas those with a negative attitude do so in another way. When these people consult facts they sink themselves all the more into falsities; for a negative attitude reigns in these people but an affirmative one in the former ones. And these differences are determined in addition in each individual by his capacity to understand. If those who do not have higher, that is, interior insight, consult facts, they fail to see any confirmation of what is true within these and therefore they are drawn aside into a negative attitude. But those who do have higher, that is, interior insight see confirmations, through correspondences if in no other way.

(Odkazy: Arcana Coelestia 1164-1165)


[2] Take for example the truth that a person lives after death. When those with a negative attitude towards this truth consult facts they confirm the contrary for themselves by means of countless ideas, such as that animals have life, sensory perception, and activity no less than man does, and in many respects to a more perfect degree; that thought which man possesses pre-eminently over animals is something he comes to have because he takes longer to reach maturity, and that man is an animal belonging to a genus of this kind; and a thousand other ideas besides these. From this it is evident that if those with a negative attitude consult facts they sink themselves all the more into falsities, so that at length they believe nothing whatever about eternal life.

[3] But when those with an affirmative attitude to the truth that man lives after death consult facts they confirm themselves in it by means of them, doing so by means of countless ones. They see that everything in nature is below man; that animals act from instinct-but man from reason; and that animals cannot do other than look downwards, whereas man can look upwards and by the use of thought can come to understand things belonging to the spiritual world and also to feel an affection for them - indeed that through love he can be joined to God, thereby making life from the Divine his own; and that it is to enable him to be led and raised up to Him that he takes longer to reach maturity. And in everything else in addition belonging to nature he sees confirmations, and at length within the whole natural order sees that which is representative of the heavenly kingdom.

[4] It is a common and well-known fact that the learned have less belief than the simple in a life after death, and that in general they see Divine Truths less clearly than the simple do. The reason is that they consult facts, of which they possess a greater abundance than others, with a negative attitude, and by this destroy in themselves any insight gained from a higher or more interior position. Once this has been destroyed they no longer see anything in the light of heaven but in the light of the world; for facts exist in the light of the world, and if they are not lit up by the light of heaven they bring darkness, however different it may seem to be to them. This was why the simple believed in the Lord but not the scribes and Pharisees, who were the learned in that nation, as is evident from the following in John,

Many from the crowd when they heard this utterance said, This is truly the Prophet. Others said, This is the Christ (Messiah). The Pharisees answered them, Has any of the leaders believed in Him, or any of the Pharisees? John 7:40-41, 47-48.

And in Luke,

Jesus said, I confess to You, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, that You have hidden such things from the wise and intelligent but have revealed them to infants. Luke 10:21.

'Infants' stands for the simple. Also in Matthew,

Therefore I speak to them in parables, because those who see do not see, and those who hear do not hear, nor do they understand. Matthew 13:13.

(Odkazy: Genesis 37:28)

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Arcana Coelestia 6047, 9300, 9922

Heaven and Hell 356

The New Jerusalem and its Heavenly Doctrine 51, 121


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Apocalypse Explained 434

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