|The Planet - The Sun
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sun is matter and the sun is spirit." (S.D. Vol. I, 820)
sun is a great magnet." (S.D. Vol. I, 541)
solar substance is immaterial." (S.D. Vol. I, 542)
sun (i.e. the solar system) has Alcyone in the Pleiades for the center of its orbit."
(S.D. Vol. I, 545) 
Logos with the seven hierarchies form one Power, so, in the world of form, the sun and the
seven chief planets constitute one active potency."
- "The sun is a central star and not a planet." (S.D. Vol. I, 126, Note)
(Therefore when it is included among the planets, as it is, it is simply because it stands
for or veils a hidden planet.)
- The sun is merely one of those suns which..."are sunflowers of a higher
light." It is "dwelling in the vehicle of a God or of a host of Gods, like
milliards of other suns." (S.D. Vol. I, 319)
- "The sun is the storehouse of vital force which is the noumenon of
electricity." (S.D. Vol. I, 579)
- "The sun was not a sacred planet." (S.D. Vol. II, 26)
- "The sun...has its growth, changes, development and gradual evolution."
(S.D. Vol. I, 667)
(S.D. Vol. II, 27)
sun, the moon and Mercury were the earliest trinity of the Egyptians (Osiris, Isis and
Hermes.)" (S.D. Vol. II, 640)
seven rays of the sun are made parallel to the seven worlds of every planetary chain, and
to the seven rivers of heaven and earth."
(S.D. Vol. II, 640)
seven rays of the sun will expand at the final pralaya into seven suns and absorb the
material of the whole universe." (S.D. Vol. II, 647)
moon is the mind and the sun is the understanding." (S.D. Vol. II, 675)
Trinity is symbolized by the sun:
"It is in
the sun, more than in any other heavenly body (i.e. in our solar system) that the unknown
Power placed the seat of its habitation." (S.D. Vol. III, 213)
central spiritual sun is mirrored by the...sun. 91 (S.D. Vol. III, 214)
sun is one of the nine deities that witness all human action."
- The central spiritual sun-God the Father.
- The heart of the sun-God the son.
- The physical sun-God the Holy Spirit."
(S.D. Vol. III, 271, Note)
sun was the image of divine intelligence or wisdom...The word 'sol' (sun) was derived from
'solus,' the One or He alone, and the Greek name 'Helios' meant Most High." (S.D.
Vol. III, 279)
visible sun is only the central star but not the central spiritual sun."
(S.D. Vol. III, 280) 
sun was the life-giving and the death-giving luminary." (S.D. Vol. III, 288)
sun is the substitute for the invisible inter-Mercurial planet."
(S.D. Vol. III, 459)
pure energy of solar intelligence proceeds from the luminous seat occupied by our sun in
the center of the heavens, that pure energy being the Logos of our system." (S.D.
Vol. III, 213)
"the sun of initiation in a triple form - two of which are the 'Day-Sun' and one the
'Night-Sun'." (S.D. Vol. III, 212)
initiates are 'epitomizers of the history of the sun' which epitome is another mystery
within the mystery." (S.D. Vol. III, 140)
mystery of the sun is the grandest of all the innumerable mysteries of occultism."
(S.D. Vol. III, 212)
color of the sun is blue. (S.D. Vol. III, 461)
The sun was
adopted as a planet by the Post-Christian Astrologers who had not been initiated."
(S.D. Vol. III, 461)
Self, the highest, the one and the universal was symbolized on 'the plane of mortals by
the Sun, its life - giving effulgence being in its turn the emblem of the soul - killing
the terrestrial passions which have ever been an impediment to the reunion of the Unit
Self (the Spirit) with the All-Self. Hence the allegorical  mystery...It was enacted
by the Sons of the Fire-Mist and of Light."
- "Used to be called the 'eye of Jupiter.' (S.D. Vol. III, 278)
- Plato mentioned Jupiter-Logos, the Word or sun. (S.D. Vol. III, 279)
(S.D. Vol. III, 271)