The Pathway of Angels: A Lecture

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publisher not identified, 1881 - Spiritualism - 16 pages
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Page 4 - ... universe above and around him, so vast the eternity into which he is plunged, so majestic the laws that control and govern the whole — man set in the centre of a mighty universe filled with life, pulsating with planets and systems, some afar off, others more near, all suggesting life, without the capacity to know whereof that life may exist or where it may be found.
Page 15 - ... that light and in that pathway the air grows luminous, and the voice of the spirit grows hushed ; there is a silence that is audible, and soul speaks to soul with the divine affection of the spirit, and the breathing is as the light of God, and his life poured...
Page 8 - ... pilgrimage of the soul, and that the terrestrial, spiritual nature, and that which links man to earth by his terrestrial appetite, is but the transient and the fleeting, and that this transient and fleeting existence is but as you would take on an armor to descend into the sea, or take on the...
Page 7 - ... phase of expression is given to the dust, and the atom is transformed and transfigured into every variety of shade, because man is eternal? And has it not also occurred that in those thoughts and lives that shall be multiplied innumerably, the angelic states also increase in power and glory...
Page 13 - ... by triumphs over terms and technicalities of earth; is not won in any visible way of outward warfare when man takes on the armor and goes forth to fight a given foe, — but is won by those gentle and silent droppings, the...
Page 10 - Why do I speak to you of these things? Why do I bring these visions before your minds, if you cannot understand them, you may ask?
Page 4 - ANGELS. 5 man percieves but dimly the thought that lies in the innermost of the heavenly kingdoms. To him the outward temple of clay, to him the surroundings of time and sense, to him the syllables of scientific knowledge which form but the infant prattlings of...

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