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The nature of Water is rather humid than cold, because it is thinner and more open to the Light than the Earth. Water has preserved the humidity of the Prima Materia and of chaos; the Earth has retained its cold. The siccity is an effect of cold as of heat, and moisture is the principal subject on which heat and cold act. When the latter is powerful, it condenses the moisture; we see it in snow, ice and hail. From this comes the fall of leaves in autumn. If the cold increases, winter succeeds, the moisture in the plants congeals, the pores close, the stalk becomes weak through lack of nourishment: they finally wither.

The particular Fire is innate, and implanted in each mixture with its germ. It acts little, except when excited; it then does, in the part of the Universe, what the sun, its father, does in the whole. Everywhere there is production, there must be Fire, as the efficient cause. The ancients thought as we: Inde hominum pecudumque genus, vitœque volantum, Et quœ marmoreo fert monstra sub œquore pontus. Igneus est illis vigor, et cœlestis origo Semenibus. Virg. Æneid. l. 6. But it is surprising that they have admitted a contradiction between Fire and Water, since there is no Water without Fire and since they always act in concert in the generations of individuals.

This is why all the composites have a transient manner of being, in regard to the determination of their individual and specific form. Howsoever opposed light and shadow may seem to be, since they have concurred, the one as agent, the other as patient, in the formation of the Universe, they have made by this agreement of their contrary qualities, an almost unalterable treaty of peace, which has passed into their homogeneous family of the Elements, whence has resulted the peaceful generation of all individuals.

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