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Definition of Archetypal

  • Of or pertaining to an archetype; consisting a model (real or ideal) or pattern; original.

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It gives forth the light of religion and bestows the life of the spirit, imbues humanity with archetypal virtues and confers eternal splendors.
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Therefore, when we want to use the archetypal information in the Physical World, we must disentangle and arrange it in chronological order with beginning and ending before it becomes intelligible to beings living in a realm where Time is a prime factor.
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The other class of beings which must be mentioned are called Archetypal Forces by the Western School of occultism.
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Animals, dependent upon group spirit for infusion of stellar rays, 124; keyed to lunar month, 124; thought processes of, 122. Aquarian Age, intellect of, 15. Archangels, densest vehicle of, 79; instruct ego in building archetype, 184; less evolved become group spirits, 81; native of Desire World, 79; race and national spirits, 80; various grades of, 80; work with humanity politically and industrially, 80. Arche, primordial matter of, 108. Archetypal forces direct archetypes, 103.
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Archetypal forces direct archetypes, 103.
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Yes, in the sight of God, like the archetypal ideas of the Platonists.
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God and the Trinity thus DEMONSTRATED, the philosopher passes to the creation,-a third hypothesis, in which M. Lamennais, always eloquent, varied, and sublime, DEMONSTRATES that God made the world neither of nothing, nor of something, nor of himself; that he was free in creating, but that nevertheless he could not but create; that there is in matter a matter which is not matter; that the archetypal ideas of the world are separated from each other, in the Divine mind, by a division which is obscure and unintelligible, and yet substantial and real, which involves intelligibility, &c.
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True knowledge exists only where quanta are known; the presupposition of the capacity for knowledge is the capacity to count; the spirit cognizes sensuous relations by means of the pure, archetypal, intellectual relations born in it, which, before the advent of sense-impressions, have lain concealed behind the veil of possibility; inclination and aversion between men, their delight in beauty, the pleasant impression of a view, depend upon an unconscious and instinctive perception of proportions.
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Things are in God in archetypal form, and are cognized through these their archetypes in God.
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They are not copied from things, but are archetypal for reality and need no confirmation from experience.
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O most wicked power of darkness, which does not fear to undo the approved divinity of Plato, who alone was worthy to submit to the view of the Creator, before he assuaged the strife of warring chaos, and before form had put on its garb of matter, the ideal types, in order to demonstrate the archetypal universe to its author, so that the world of sense might be modelled after the supernal pattern.
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This archetypal doctrine of Goethe, coupled, as he couples it, with the influences of environment, or necessary external conditions, with typical modifications only, while it entirely harmonizes with the Bible genesis of types (everything modeled after its kind), is far from aiding, or in any way abetting, the materialistic hypothesis of Haeckel, unless we make nature at once the creator and modifier of her own archetype.
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For the assumption of an archetype carries with it an archetypal plan and purpose, with a degree of intelligence, either in or above nature, capable at once of conceiving the type and determining the limits of its variability.
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Plato has uttered no profounder or more comprehensive truth than this, with all his conceptions of Deity and the perfect archetypal world after which he conceived our own to be modeled.
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Goethe borrowed his idea of an archetypal world from Plato and the Eleatic school.
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Geometry and logic, it has been supposed, must copy archetypal thoughts in the Creator.
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In no case, however, need truth consist in a relation between our experiences and something archetypal or trans-experiential.
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We have lost memory of what I may call the archetypal languages of Europe: the common ancestor of the Celtic group, for instance; or that Italian from which Latin and the lost Oscan and Savellian and the rest sprang.
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But it seems to me that in the land of Esoteric History, where Manu provided in advance against the main destructiveness of war, the archetypal language of the whole sub-race has been preserved.
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Examples of Archetypal

Example #1
This Sun of Reality, this center of effulgences is the prophet or Manifestation of God.
Example #2
In brief, the moral and ethical world and the world of spiritual regeneration are dependent for their progressive being upon that heavenly center of illumination.
Example #3
That rearrangement is a most difficult task as all words are coined with relation to the three dimensions of space and the evanescent unit of time, the fleeting moment, hence much of that information remains unavailable.
Example #4
NOW, Time does not exist.
Example #5
They direct the energies of the creative Archetypes native to this realm.
Example #6
Similarly the Lords of Mind did the greatest possible service to humanity when they helped us to acquire our mind, but many subtle thought influences come from them, and are to be resisted, as Paul very properly emphasizes.