The Lord explains:  “Moses is by no means concerned only with the history of creation as regards earth and heaven and the created beings, but almost exclusively with the initial shaping of man’s heart and reasoning power, wherefore he connects it with the history of mankind. […]
 Whoever knows about the correspondence between the material world and that of the spirits can learn from this how the material world originated from the spirit world or how and from where the suns and finally, the planets and all life on them came into existence.
 But this is not quite so easy, for one must be spiritually fully awakened to comprehend all this.” (GGJ II, chap. 215)
Meaning of the metaphor of the creation of heaven and earth
The Lord resuming His explanations of the Genesys of Moses, emphasizes that in order to fully comprehend Moses, “one must have a good knowledge of the whole nature of man and full cognition of God”
 By “Heaven”, which Moses cites as first created, is to be understood the intelectual power, set by God outside of His eternal spiritual center. This is like a mirror which has the capacity to receive and reflect external objects. […]
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