“The body is a garment of the soul. When this garment is worn out completely, or seriously and irreparably rent, it is abandoned and

immortality
never rejoined.

But when it is removed by some accident without being worn out or destroyed, it can, in certain cases, be reassumed, either by our own efforts or by the assistance of a stronger and more active will than ours.

Death is neither the end of life nor the beginning of immortality: it is the continuation and transformation of life” (Eliphas Levi, Doctrine of Transcendental Magic Part II, 1854, p. 68).

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