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  • (Quote) Lux quae illuminat is perfectly serviceable. "The light which gives light to". Lux illustrans is more directly literal. There is also an accepted poetic usage of the plural, as we see in Lucretius; e.g. Lumina Solis, "the Lights of the Sun". Sounds a bit wonky in English, but he uses it beautifully. Other considerations; you've chosen lux, but in the passage you use Lucretius employs lumen. Either choice is perfectly appropriate, but there is a subtle difference—lux generally refers to a…
  • Almost forgot to say—that was lovely! Very haunting.