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From this station the wayfarer ascendeth unto a City that hath no name
or description, and whereof one heareth neither sound nor mention. Therein
flow the oceans of eternity, whilst this city itself revolveth round the
seat of eternity. Therein the sun of the Unseen shineth resplendent above
the horizon of the Unseen, a sun that hath its own heavens and its own
moons, which partake of its light and which rise from and set upon the
ocean of the Unseen. Nor can I ever hope to impart even a dewdrop of that
which hath been decreed therein, as none is acquainted with its mysteries
save God, its Creator and Fashioner, and His Manifestations.





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