Cosmic Egg

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The Cosmic Egg. Diagram of the Macrocosm.[1]

The spiritual-material universe, including a seemingly endless chain of galaxies, star systems, worlds known and unknown, whose center, or white fire core, is called the Great Central Sun. The Cosmic Egg has both a spiritual and a material center. Although we may discover and observe the Cosmic Egg from the standpoint of our physical senses and perspective, all of the dimensions of Spirit can also be known and experienced within the Cosmic Egg. For the God who created the Cosmic Egg and holds it in the hollow of his hand is also the God Flame expanding hour by hour within his very own sons and daughters.

The Cosmic Egg represents the bounds of man’s habitation in this cosmic cycle. Yet, as God is everywhere throughout and beyond the Cosmic Egg, so by his Spirit within us we daily awaken to new dimensions of Being, soul-satisfied in conformity with his Likeness.

Diagram of the Cosmic Egg

The diagram of the Macrocosm illustrates the interaction of the planes of Spirit and Matter within the Cosmic Egg. The yolk represents the planes of Spirit-form and Matter-form, and the white represents the planes of Spirit-formless and Matter-formless.

Our universe is a cross section of this giant Ovoid, an externalization of Spirit suspended in Matter and Matter suspended in Spirit. Universes without number revolve around the Great Hub of Life interpenetrating one another, each within another dimension—each a slice, a verse, of the Great Central Sun Galaxy.

This galaxy is the all and everything of the Cosmic Egg, the entire contents thereof—yolk and white put together as spheres within spheres. Surrounding the Hub are the three great Causal Bodies: the Great Central Sun and the Great Causal Body forming the yolk and the Great Central Sun Galaxy forming the white, their relationship to one another being that of the ratio of the golden mean.

Thus the Cosmic Egg is composed of the Trinity in actualization of Father, Son and Holy Spirit. The Great Central Sun (the Pink Causal Body) is the focus of the Father; the Great Causal Body (the Yellow Causal Body) is the focus of the Son, the eternal Logos; and the Great Central Sun Galaxy (the Blue Causal Body), embracing all three, is the focus of the Holy Spirit.

For more information

Mark L. Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet, The Masters and the Spiritual Path, chapter 4, “Hierarchy.”

Sources

Mark L. Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet, Saint Germain On Alchemy: Formulas for Self-Transformation.

Mark L. Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet, The Masters and the Spiritual Path, chapter 4, “Hierarchy.”

  1. Mark L. Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet, The Masters and the Spiritual Path, p. 217.