Early Son of Man wielded mind over elementals and manifested entire concepts as discrete artifacts. If the original thought symbols are described as the Will of God then, still vibrating directly from etheric contact, man received entire impulse pieces and manifested them whole, and this would be the Son of Man walking with God.
It was only after the Son of Man continued into density and the etheric body descended into the physical body were the symbols separated into glyphs for transmittal through non-etheric or physical sense gates.
Through this densifying the Son of Man has remained connected to the ether to receive impulse whole into the the endocrine system at etheric gates known as chakras in the physical while the impulse presents to mind as archetypes through the claires.
The impulse influences the endocrine system to generate and operate the physical body by manipulating elementals according patterns unique to the individual DNA and genetic structure.
We will divide the Son of Man at East to West where they write the symbols right to left while facing North Man of East and where they write the symbols left to right facing North as Man of West.
Early thought symbols carry the energy of entire concepts.
The letters and forms in use today are symbols in fragmented bits like elementals. As the Son of Man descended through Emmanation to Creation to Formation to Action the symbols carried the energy of the Spirit through the dividing of the Mother-Father to the Son of Man and became pieces of original thought individuated for Men of Action to exchange.
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It is most of all from Plato that we get the theory of Forms, according to which the world we know through the senses is only an imitation of the pure, eternal, and unchanging world of the Forms.Plato (427—347 B.C.E.) The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy https://iep.utm.edu/plato/#SH2a
Pratityasamutpada, also called “dependent arising, or dependent origination”, is the Buddhist theory to explain the nature and relations of being, becoming, existence and ultimate reality. Buddhism asserts that there is nothing independent, except the state of nirvana.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buddhism
Wikipedia cites Harvey (1998), p. 54.