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  • adj. Impossible to create.


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un- +‎ creatable


  • Further, as it is a beginning, it is both uncreatable and indestructible.


  • Matter is uncreatable and indestructible; Nature and man can only form and transform.

    Natural Law in the Spiritual World

  • Every one will then be at liberty to form his spiritual regimen to his own taste, till in the end the invincible ascendant of reason shall teach him that the Supreme Being, the Eternal Being, is no other than Nature uncreated and uncreatable; and that the only

    A Residence in France During the Years 1792 1793 1794 and 1795

  • D&C 93: 29 says (or seems to say) that the intelligent part of man has always existed and is, in principle, uncreatable.

    New Cool Thang

  • Res publica VII, 521c5) ” leads the possible intellect to the uncreated and uncreatable ground of the soul, whose movement, as a process of reason, reaches its goal in the absolute one

    Meister Eckhart

  • If the ground of the soul, as something uncreated and uncreatable ” attributes which Meister Eckhart™s contemporary Eckhart von Gründig explicitly ascribes to the ground or ˜little spark™ of the soul that Meister Eckhart often invokes (cf.

    Meister Eckhart

  • "There is something in the soul, which is uncreated and uncreatable: if the whole soul were such, it would be uncreated and uncreatable: and this is the intelligence. [

    Light, Life, and Love : selections from the German mystics of the middle ages


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