By Jonathan M. Roberts
This ancient publication could have a number of typos and lacking textual content. dealers can frequently obtain a unfastened scanned replica of the unique ebook (without typos) from the writer. now not listed. no longer illustrated. 1894 version. Excerpt: ... by means of Roman javelins within the type of a move. we don't have any doubt of the authenticity of that spirit verbal exchange, and for the subsequent purposes: 1st. it's past all query a spirit conversation; 2nd. It comes from a spirit completely conversant with the background and literature of the Jews; 3d. nobody might have been higher in shaped on these issues than Jonathan Ben Uzziel; and 4th. we will conceive of no attainable the reason is, any spirit sufficiently good knowledgeable to have on condition that conversation must have personated one other spirit. It being, then, actual, we settle for it, as being considerably if now not actually precise. In view of the sunshine thrown through this and different lower back spirits upon Jewish theology, what turns into of the root of the so-called Christian faith? permit the Christian priesthood solution in the event that they can. "I Salute You, Sib :--I was once a Jewish instructor and author, or what's termed, by means of you moderns, a paraphraser at the previous testomony, at Babylon, within the tenth century, A. D. those Arabic types have been copied from Onkelos, in what's referred to as the combined Hebrew and Samaritan tongues, their unique purport or genuine item undesirable develop into, by means of that point careworn by way of the changes and interpolations made in them, to fit the. perspectives of the Rabbis of a few of the Jewish sects, who had paraphrased them. lots so, that the fashionable King James's model of the previous testomony is in simple terms a patchwork of the Targums of Onkelos, Jonathan Ben Uzziel, Aquila and myself. they've got combined those to such an volume, that if an historical Targum author may well now make his visual appeal in mortal shape, with what he fairly did write, you'd be ashamed to discover how a lot of the previous testomony is the stolen heritage of Chaldea and Egypt; rather than having any genuine bearing upon...
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A Greek Geographer and Antiquarian. "May we be blessed in the service of truth:--I lived in the sixth century and I was a traveller. I am known in connection with what is called the Adulian Marble. It is claimed that this marble has inscribed upon it the life and career of Ptolemy Euergetes. Such is not the fact. I was the first one to call this to the notice of the learned of my day. The real facts of the case are these. I did not know them as a mortal, but I now understand them as a spirit. Upon that marble are the keys of the Christian religion.
There was at that time, in India, a sacred order, in which all persons of good blood--not that there is anything in caste--were to become pupils, and gradually go from one degree to another, similar to modern Freemasonry. No one was admitted as a pupil unless first examined to see whether he had any spiritual gifts, and this was tested in different ways. One of the principal tests was looking through a hollow tube on a piece of glass or piece of skin. If he discovered any sign on either, this was evidence of clairvoyance.
Good Day:--I come here by force, as the preceding speaker (the spirit of Plotinus) told you; and what is worse, I am forced to tell you exactly what I did, when here in the mortal form. When living on earth I was know as Pope Gregory, and what I am here for to-day is to own to the destruction of the Library of the Palatine Apollo, which contained the whole of the writings of the School of Alexandria from the days of Potamon to the days of one Maximus. And what was my excuse for its destruction?