from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Simplicity; lack of complexity.
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Owing to His very incomplexity, everything is possible to Him in a single moment.
Likewise, the Devil and the evil spirits, as incomplex beings — though far from perfect in their incomplexity, and very limited — act upon the soul rapidly, instantaneously, as rapidly as lightning or thought.
By His most perfect incomplexity He is necessarily wholly everywhere — "Who art everywhere present and fillest all things:"  "Do not I fill heaven and earth?"