Pimander

Poimandres in Greek. The spirit that brings to life, that manifests for – and through – the reborn soul-being (see spirit-soul). This manifestation has two kinds: the sevenfold nuclear radiation of the microcosm takes shape by entering the head sanctuary; later, once the sanctification took place (made possible by the self-sacrifice of the mortal soul), the perfect celestial man, the inner Christ being will resurrect from the grave of nature, from the primordial atom, the center of the microcosmic earth. Therefore this development is entirely Christ-centered. Christ, after his crucifixion (or divine light immersing in the sinful, mortal personality) descends to the center of the earth so that, having completed the salvific work, he can rise from the grave.