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" ... to submit. Those who are desirous of experiencing the moral regeneration are to retire from the world for the space of forty days, and to distribute their time into certain proportions. Six hours are to be employed in reflection, three in prayer to... "
The Life of Joseph Balsamo, Commonly Called Count Cagliostro ... - Page 105
by Alessandro conte di Cagliostro - 1791 - 194 pages
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The European magazine, and London review, Volume 20

Philological Society (Great Britain) - 1791
...are to retire for forty days from the woi M, and to diftribute their time into certain proportions. Six hours are to be employed in reflection, three...Divinity, nine in the holy operations of Egyptian Maluiiry, and the remaining period is to be dedicated to repofe. At the end of thirty-three days n...
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Lives of Alchemystical Philosophers Based on Materials Collected in 1815 ...

Arthur Edward Waite, Francis Barrett - Alchemists - 1888 - 315 pages
...from the world for the space of forty days, and to distribute their time into certain proportions. Six hours are to be employed in reflection, three in prayer to the Deity, nine in the holy operations of Egyptian Masonry, while the remaining period is to be dedicated...
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An Encyclopędia of Occultism: A Compendium of Information on the Occult ...

Lewis Spence - Magic - 1920 - 451 pages
...from the world for the space of forty days, and to distribute their time into certain proportions. Six hours are to be employed in reflection, three in prayer to the Deity, nine in the holy operations of Egyptian Masonry, while the remaining period is to be dedicated...
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Alchemists Through the Ages

Arthur E. Waite - Body, Mind & Spirit - 2007 - 320 pages
...from the world for the space of forty days, and to distribute their time into certain proportions. Six hours are to be employed in reflection, three in prayer to the Deity, nine in the holy operations of Egyptian Masonry, while the remaining period is to be dedicated...
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