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The Chald? The earliest editions of the COZ were published during the renaissance, when Chaldea was a land of mystery to Europeans. Many of the cryptic 'Oracles' seem to reflect Neo-Platonism, the Kabbalah and Gnostic views, which would have been considered heretical at the time. Claiming an ancient Chaldean origin might simply have been a flag of convenience. Cory in his Ancient Fragments.
The same is the first, incorruptible, eternal, unbegotten, indivisible, dissimilar: the dispenser of all good; indestructible; the best of the good, the Wisest of the wise; He is the Father of Equity and Justice, self-taught, physical, perfect, and wise—He who inspires the Sacred Philosophy. This Oracle does not appear in either of the ancient collections, nor in the group of oracles given by any of the mediaeval occultists.
Cory seems to have been the first to discover it in the voluminous writings of Eusebius, who attributes the authorship to the Persian Zoroaster.
Theurgists assert that He is a God and celebrate him as both older and younger, as a circulating and eternal God, as understanding the whole number of all things moving in the World, and moreover infinite through his power and energizing a spiral force. The God of the Universe, eternal, limitless, both young and old, having a spiral force. Cory includes this Oracle in his collection, but he gives no authority for it.
Lobek doubted its authenticity. Hence the inscrutable God is called silent by the divine ones, and is said to consent with Mind, and to be known to human souls through the power of the Mind alone. Containing all things in the one summit of his own Hyparxis, He Himself subsists wholly beyond. The Father hath apprehended Himself and hath not restricted his Fire to his own intellectual power. Such is the Mind which is energized before energy, while yet it had not gone forth, but abode in the Paternal Depth, and in the Adytum of God nourished silence.
All things have issued from that one Fire. The Mind of the Father riding on the subtle Guiders, which glitter with the tracings of inflexible and relentless Fire. Natural works co-exist with the intellectual light of the Father.
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For it is the Soul which adorned the vast Heaven, and which adorneth it after the Father, but her dominion is established on high. The Soul, being a brilliant Fire, by the power of the Father remaineth immortal, and is Mistress of Life, and filleth up the many recesses of the bosom of the World. The channels being intermixed therein she performeth the works of incorruptible Fire. Who first sprang from Mind, clothing the one Fire with the other Fire, binding them together, that he might mingle the fountainous craters, while preserving unsullied the brilliance of His own Fire.
And thence a Fiery Whirlwind drawing down the brilliance of the flashing flame, penetrating the abysses of the Universe; for from thence downwards do all extend their wondrous rays. And beside Him is seated the Dyad which glitters with intellectual sections, to govern all things, and to order everything not ordered. The Mind of the Father said that all things should be cut into Three, whose Will assented, and immediately all things were so divided. From thence floweth forth the Form of the Triad, being preexistent; not the first Essence, but that whereby all things are measured.
Share on Morellus; Zoroastris oracula. Supplies about a hundred verses. Contains a version of the Oracles. Thomas Stanley.
The History of the Chaldaic Philosophy, A third edition of this work has been published, omitting the Oracles. Cory; with an essay by Edward Gibbon. Three Cosmagogi Intellectuals Intellectual guides inflexible. Representatives of the previous classes guiding our universe.
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