Self Mastery And Fate With The Cycles Of Life

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Kessinger Publishing, Sep 1, 2004 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 272 pages
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1929. Rosicrucian Library Volume VII. Lewis, a famous Rosicrucian mystic, was the founder and the first Imperator of AMORC, from 1915 until 1939. In this work, Lewis reveals his system and gives it to the world in such a form that every man and every woman, young or old, in business or out of business, may use some part of it to bring greater success, prosperity and happiness into their lives. This new and astounding system helps determine your fortunate and unfortunate hours, weeks, months, and years throughout your life. No mathematics required. This is better than any system of numerology or astrology. Contents: The Problem of Mastership; Man a Free Agent; Cosmic Rhythm and the Cycles of Life; The Periods of Earthly Cycles; The Simple Periods of Human Life; The Complex Yearly Cycle of Human Life with Description of Cycle No. 2; Periods of the Business Cycle with Description of Cycle No. 3; How to Use the Periods of the Cycles; The Periods of the Health Cycle with Description of Cycle No. 4; The Cycles of Disease and Sex; The Daily Cycle of Significant Hours; How to Use the Daily Cycle of Seven Periods; Description of Daily Periods; The Soul Cycle; How to Determine the Periods of the Soul Cycle; Description of the Periods of the Soul Cycle; and The Cycles of Reincarnation. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.

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User Review  - Joseph - Goodreads

Interesting complement to astrological readings and planning. The author who was the Imperator of the Rosicrucian Order, AMORC for many years is an amazing writer who writes with divine inspiration and immaculate insight. A VERY interesting read with practical application. Read full review

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