Category Archives: Correspondences

#WednesdayWisdom, Swedenborg & Linnaeus

Today is the anniversary of Carl Linnaeus’ death, in 1778, the botanist responsible for the scientific naming convention, binomial nomenclature. Linnaeus was Emanuel Swedenborg’s cousin by marriage. “Neither Linnaeus nor Swedenborg sensed any contradiction between their early modern world-view and … Continue reading

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Honor Your Father and Your Mother

“ And He said, I am Jehovah, the God of Abraham your father means the Lord in whom that good originated. This becomes clear from the fact that Jehovah is the Divine Being (Esse) itself of the Lord, who is … Continue reading

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A Good #Rain #ThursdayThoughts

Rain specifically [represents] the divine truth flowing in out of heaven, from which all things of the church and heaven with [a person] are born, grow, and are brought forth. (Apocalypse Explained §376:9) https://swedenborg.com/recap-spiritual-meaning-water/ Rain can help things grow, but it can also … Continue reading

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