Divine Fire is a term used by Madame Blavatsky that is broadly syncretic with the LP term Fabric of Consciousness
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Blavatsky uses the term while discussing the difference between a Monadic Intensification (a "spark") and the "ocean of Divine Fire."
- ↑ Blavatsky, H. P. The Key to Theosophy: A Clear Exposition Based on the Wisdom Religion of All Ages. Theosophical University Press, 1889.