Question of the week: In which religious tradition did the following quote originate?

Q: In which religious tradition did the following quote originate?
“God has no marks, no colour, no caste, and no ancestors, No form, no complexion, no outline, no costume and is indescribable. 
He is fearless, luminous and measureless in might. He is the king of kings, the Lord of the prophets. 
He is the sovereign of the universe, gods, men and demons. The woods and dales sing the indescribable. 
O Lord, none can tell Thy names. The wise count your blessings to coin your names.” 
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