Usually pictured as a Serpent,
the Spirit is sometimes called
your True Self, Divine Self or Divine
Spirit and is always capitalized in order to differentiate it from other
types of spirits, such as shades, elementals, angels
or demons, to name a few. In Egyptian, it was called the Khu which came from the
Khabs. This Spirit
is your immortal, divine, unique, higher self which incarnates into flesh in order
to achieve its divine purpose, which we call its Will. It is immortal in that it is deathless, and imperishable.
It is divine in that it is incorruptible and perfect in its nature and possesses
a consciousness with a much greater horizon than your own manifest self. It is unique
in that it is like no other Spirit
in both its nature and consciousness, yet always recognizable in every incarnation
no matter which different body you are born into. It is your higher self in that
it creates and informs all that you are, and without which you would certainly cease.
See also Membra Animae.
2) The source of all life and consciousness in the universe, which manifests by
means of the Goddess Nuit. Spirit is that which animates
3) Any entity or being which has conscious intelligence, but which is not immediately
visible to mundane human perception. This includes Shades, Demons, Angels, Elementals and the like. The classifications
of such beings and their variety throughout the universe is endless.
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