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" I am whatever hath been, is, or ever will be ; and my veil no man hath yet lifted." Not thus do modern seekers after truth confront Nature — the word that stands for the baffling mysteries of the Universe. Steadily, unflinchingly, we strive to pierce... "
Researches Into the Phenomena of Modern Spiritualism - Page 70
by William Crookes - 1904 - 80 pages
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The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science; with which ..., Volume 78

Sir William Crookes - Chemistry - 1898
...covered with opprobrium, the potency and promise of all terrestrial life." I should prefer to reverse the apophthegm, and to say that in Life I see the promise...potency of all forms of Matter. In old Egyptian days a well known inscription was carved over the portal of the temple of I sis. — "I am whatever hath been,...
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The British Homoeopathic Review, Volume 42

Medicine - 1898
...but the inherent virtue that is latent in it. The latest utterance of science is to this effect : " In life I see the promise and potency of all forms of matter." What Sir William Crookes has declared is becoming more apparent every day to those who believe that...
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The Arena, Volume 21

1899
...promise and potency of our terrestrial life, Sir William said: "I should prefer to reverse the apothegm and to say that in life I see the promise and potency of all forms of matter." * * * * Oddly enough, about the same time that HAROLD^ Professor Crookes was thus officially stating...
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The victory of the will

Victor Charbonnel - Spiritual life - 1899 - 313 pages
...scientists that in matter he saw the possibilities of life, and, reversing this, Sir William said : "In life I see the promise and potency of all forms of matter." The significance of this assertion is far reaching. It has been discussed by scientists all over the...
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Evolution of Life and Form: Four Lectures Delivered at the Twenty-third ...

Annie Wood Besant - Evolution - 1900 - 161 pages
...Crookes, a member of our own Theosophical Society, declared, reversing those words of his predecessor, that " In life I see the promise and potency of all forms of matter." Such is the great change. I^et us now examine in detail. The fundamental difference between ancient...
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The Mysteries Sof the Heart Doctrine

Katherine Augusta Westcott Tingley - Theosophists - 1902 - 350 pages
...opprobrium, the potency and promise of all terrestrial life." I shall prefer to reverse the apothegm, and to say that in life I see the promise and potency...over the portal of the Temple of Isis, "I am whatever has been, is, or ever will be; and my veil no mortal has ever lifted." Not thus do modern seekers after...
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A Backward Glance: The Story of John Ridley, a Pioneer

Annie E. Ridley - Technology & Engineering - 1904 - 445 pages
...afternoon. " I am, dear friend, yours very truly, " JW FARQUHAR." CHAPTER XVIII. SPIRITUALISM. " In the old Egyptian days a well-known inscription was carved...the portal of the Temple of Isis, ' I am whatever has been, is, and shall be ; and my veil no man hath yet lifted.' Not thus do modern seekers after...
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Evidence for a Future Life: "L'âme Et Immortelle"

Gabriel Delanne - Future life - 1904 - 264 pages
...retract. I adhere to my already published statements, "and later he added this pregnant sentence : " In life I see the promise and potency of all forms of matter." — EDITOR. ] that for all beings there exist One Origin and One Destiny. If these truths are sown...
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Haeckel's monism false: an examination of 'The riddle of the universe'; 'The ...

Frank Ballard - Monism - 1906 - 605 pages
...opprobrium, the potency and promise of all terrestrial life.' I should prefer to reverse the apothegm, and to say that in life I see the promise and potency of all forms of matter.1 Does any one ask, What if life should be synthesized to-morrow, as Professor Dolbear suggests...
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Mysterious Psychic Forces: An Account of the Author's Investigations in ...

Camille Flammarion - Parapsychology - 1907 - 466 pages
...covered with opprobrium, the potency and promise of all terrestrial life." I should prefer to reverse the apophthegm, and to say that in life I see the promise and potency of all forms of matter. the Universe. Steadily, unflinchingly, we strive to pierce the inmost heart of Nature, from what she...
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