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 1     I,      2|     Maker from going up to the Domain of the Stranger. If, therefore,
 2     I,      2|      who was afraid in his own Domain, come to the Domain of the
 3     I,      2|        own Domain, come to the Domain of the Maker to struggle
 4     I,      3|      the Maker could reach the Domain of the Stranger.  ~And if
 5     I,      3|      to go, not only up to the Domain of the Stranger, but even
 6     I,      3|        no food, -- and in that Domain there were no walls to hinder
 7     I,      3|     him, (to see) whether that Domain was empty or had something
 8     I,      4|           The Stranger and his Domain. How the Stranger may be
 9     I,      4|      inside and outside of his Domain. ~And when the Stranger
10     I,      4|   Stranger went forth from his Domain to come hither, it is clear
11     I,      4|      clear that he vacated his Domain. For anything which is limited,
12     I,      4|    went forth to come from his Domain, his Domain was not deprived
13     I,      4|      come from his Domain, his Domain was not deprived of him
14     I,      4|     lessened, then how was his Domain full of him, and the Domain
15     I,      4|    Domain full of him, and the Domain which was in the middle
16     I,      4|  unlimited? And, moreover, the Domain of the Maker would be full
17     I,      4|        lit., fullness) of that Domain wherein he dwelt, and after
18     I,      4|     and after he went out that Domain was likewise full[P. 50.]
19     I,      4|        found to belong to that Domain, and was (nevertheless)
20     I,      4|        confined himself to his Domain he filled the whole of the
21     I,      4|        filled the whole of the Domain in which he dwelt from of
22    II,      6|      is identical with His own Domain and exists by His own power,
23    II,      6|    upholds His creatures and a Domain in which His Divinity may
24   III        |        one to trample down its Domain and to enter its Boundaries,
25   III,      1|       own heart and in his own Domain, how does he expect to release
26   III,      1|        Him who even in his own Domain is guarding himself from
27   III,      7|        desires his neighbour's domain. If, therefore, these things
28   III,      7| Darkness . . . to cross to the Domain of its opposite, and why? --
29   III,     14|       stayed in their (native) Domain and had not come hither,
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