Triple manifestation

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Triple manifestation is a Theosophical or neo-Theosophical cosmological metaphysical term meaning a divine triad caused by causeless cause, of unmanifest masculine, semi-manifest feminine, and manifest 'son'[1][2] (also a generic term for daughter, included in fourfold manifestation) such as The Trinity (unless capitalized, short for 'triple manifestation.') These are defined as 1st ('Protologos',) 2nd ('Duologos',) and 3rd ('Tritologos') Logoi (Gk., pl. Word; a cause except causeless cause) as described above, except the feminine is said to manifest first.

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  1. ^ Mary Scott, Kundalini in The Physical World, Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1983, ISBN 0-7100-9417-5
  2. ^ Helena Petrona Blavatsky (1893 - 1897), The Secret Doctrine, London Theosophical Pub. House, 1893-97, ISBN 0-900-588-74-8