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The Mysteries of Astrology, and the Wonders of Magic: Including a History of ... - Page 163
by Charles W. Roback - 1854 - 238 pages
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Theory of pneumatology: in reply to the question, what ought to be believed ...

Johann Heinrich Jung-Stilling - Apparitions - 1834 - 460 pages
...have spoken with your friend, the subject of your discourse was, the restitution of all things.” He then related to the merchant, with the greatest precision,...in a state of blessedness?” Swedenborg answered, “No, he is not yet in heaven, he is still in Hades, and torments himself continually with the idea...
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Theory of Pneumatology: In Reply to the Question, what Ought to be Believed ...

Johann Heinrich Jung-Stilling - Apparitions - 1834 - 460 pages
...have spoken with your friend, the subject of your discourse was, the restitution of all things." ' He then related to the merchant, with the greatest precision,...he in a state of blessedness?" Swedenborg answered, " No, he is not yet in heaven, he is still in Hades, and torments himself continually with the idea...
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Documents Concerning the Life and Character of Emanuel Swedenborg ...

Johann Friedrich Immanuel Tafel - Biography & Autobiography - 1841 - 286 pages
...have spoken with your friend; the subject of your discourse was, the restitution of all things.' He then related to the merchant, with the greatest precision,...friend had maintained. My friend turned pale ; for tins proof was powerful and invincible. He inquired further, ' How fares it with my friend ? Is he...
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Documents Concerning the Life and Character of Emanuel Swedenborg

Johann Friedrich Immanuel Tafel - Biography & Autobiography - 1847 - 232 pages
...have spoken with your friend; the subject of your discourse was, ike restitution of all things.' He then related to the merchant, with the greatest precision,...in a state of blessedness ?' Swedenborg answered, ' No, he is not yet in heaven ; he is still in Hades, and torments himself continually with the idea...
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Emanuel Swedenborg: A Biography

James John Garth Wilkinson - 1849 - 270 pages
...have spoken with your friend ; the subject of your discourse was, the restitution of all things.' He then related to the merchant, with the greatest precision,...pale; for this proof was powerful and invincible. He enquired further, ' How fares it with my friend ? Is he in a state of blessedness ? ' Swedenborg answered,...
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Emanuel Swedenborg: a biography

James John G. Wilkinson - 1849
...have spoken with your friend; the subject of your discourse was, the restitution of all things' He then related to the merchant, with the greatest precision,...friend, had maintained. My friend turned pale ; for this K3 proof was powerful and invincible. He enquired further, ' How fares it with my friend ? Is he in...
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Emanuel Swedenborg: A Biography

James John Garth Wilkinson - Mystics - 1849 - 270 pages
...have spoken with your friend; the subject of your discourse was, the restitution of all things' He then related to the merchant, with the greatest precision,...friend, had maintained. My friend turned pale ; for this K3 proof was powerful and invincible. He enquired further, ' How fares it with my friend ? Is he in...
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Theory of Pneumatology: In Reply to the Question, what Ought to be Believed ...

Johann Heinrich Jung-Stilling - Spirits - 1851 - 286 pages
...have spoken with your friend ; the subject of your discourse was, the restitution of all things." He then related to the merchant, with the greatest precision,...in a state of blessedness ?" Swedenborg answered, " No, he is not yet in heaven ; he is still in hades, and torments himself continually with the idea...
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Swedenborg: his life and writings

William White - 1856
...deeeased friend, had maintained. The merehant turned pale; for this proof was powerful and invineible. He inquired further, ' How fares it with my friend...he in a state of blessedness ?' Swedenborg answered ' No, he is not in heaven; he is still in the world of spirits, and torments himself eontinually with...
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The National Review, Volume 6

Richard Holt Hutton, Walter Bagehot - 1858
...things." Swedenborg then related all that had passed on that occasion. The merchant further asked, " How fares it with my friend? Is he in a state of blessedness ?" The answer was, "No. he is not yet in heaven ; he is still in hades" (the transitional 'spiritual...
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