Causes Are Purely Apparent
Divine grandeur and dignity require that natural causes are but a screen to the Hand of Power in the mind’s eye,
While Divine unity and glory require that natural causes draw back their hands and have no true effect in the works of power.1
Existence Is Not Restricted to the Physical World
The innumerable sorts of existence could not be restricted to this manifest world; it could not contain them;
The physical world but is a lace veil strewn over the irradiating worlds of the Unseen.
The Universality of the Pen of Power Proclaims Divine Unity
The skilful works of art found in every corner of creation clearly refute the creativity of causes;
The inscriptions of the Pen of Power in every point of creation necessarily reject the existence of intermediaries.
Nothing Can Exist Without Everything Else
Throughout the universe the mystery of co-operation is both concealed and pervasive; intimated in every part of it are mutual assistance and the reciprocal answering of needs.
Only an all-encompassing power could do this, and create the particle, situating it suitably to all its relations.
Every line and word of the book of the world is living; need drives each, acquaints one with the other.
Wherever they come from, they respond to the call for help; in the name of Divine unity, they meet with their surroundings.
Every living word has a face and eye that looks to all the sentences.
This means they should refrain from having any true effect, and not interfere in creation.