A Dweller on Two Planets or the Dividing of the Way

HarperCollins

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  • Publish Date: 1981-05-01
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Author: Frederick Spencer Oliver

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1920 edition. Excerpt: ... AN INTERPRETATIVE PREFACE The World is full of thinkers, but strangely rare are those who clearly can perceive. The perception of absolute truth is the realisation of God, and with this perception the individual of such attainment requires no earthly attributes. It is conclusive, then, that those whom we know subject to mortal ills are so because they have not attained correct perception. The thinker whose primary perception is erroneous cannot reason to an understanding of absolute truth. The philosophical method by which correct perception is attained is not important, the only essential factor being the perception itself. The thinker, then, should lay aside all prejudice and scan these pages only for such things as will clarify his mental vision. There is material here for the gratification of sordid ambition, suggestions that a mind familiar with mortal ways can conceive misused. But the thinker keen enough to develop these suggestions will be keen enough to see the way to the perception of truth and the wastefulness of unwise accomplishment. The perception of absolute truth--and no man is so base but that he would seize it if he could--requires the correct application of all energy, the elimination of all discord, the accomplishment of harmony with eternal being. The following pages constitute a text to aid the thinker to perceive. Perhaps the key is here. Who Knows? Each thinker for himself must decide.--George Vail Steep. Los Angeles, January 24, 1920. BOOK I Page CHAPTER I 25 Atlantis, Queen of the Sea and of the world. Zailm's prilgrim- age to the top of Pitach Rhok to worship his Deity. He finds old. The volcanic eruption, He is almost overtaken by lava ow, but escapes. CHAPTER II 41 Caiphul, capital of Atlantis,


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