The Message Of Spiritualism To The Twentieth Century, B. F. Austin, 1902

THE DEVIL APPEARS AS A WOMAN! And explains his plans for the 20th century– “The Church Of The Future?” What is it? What’s in store for churches and schools? You won’t believe your eyes!

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It’s the 20th Century’s first demonic Ted Talk:

In this material from a public lecture, Satan appears as a fair and beautiful girl, “as the image of youth and love incarnate.” “Bathed in the glory of the rising sun” “Some style me as the Daughter of God” “I come from the Bosom of Infinite .. LOVE”

“…and in the later days many speak of me as …Spiritual Philosophy.”

Message Of Spiritualism plainly predicts the SPIRITUALIST PLANS for the years 1902 – 2000. With high detail, including a “vision” explaining the plan to incorporate the new Spiritual Philosophy into the Churches and Schools. It’s amazing how the veracity of Ellen White’s vision is proved.

“I saw the rapidity with which this delusion was spreading. A train of cars was shown me, going with the speed of lightening. The angel bade me look carefully. I fixed my eyes upon the train. It seemed that the whole world was on board; that there could not be one left.”

Supplement To The Christian Experience And Views Of Ellen G. White, pp 6-7

Austin, B. F. (Benjamin Fish), 1850-1932. “The Message of Spiritualism to the Twentieth Century”: an Address Delivered In Paine Memorial Hall, Boston, Before the Massachusetts State Spiritual Association, March 31st, 1902. Toronto: Austin Pub. Co., 1902.

Record at Hathi Trust: https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/100302384

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Dimensions 4.5 × 6.87 × .25 in
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Binding

Stapled

Collection

Country Of Origin

United States Of America

Cover Stock

32lb Book Paper

Edition

Academic Reprint

Has Original Page Numbers

Yes

Location

Toronto

Media Type

Original Page Count

27

Original Publisher

BF Austin Publishing Co

Original Year

1902

Page Count

27

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Size

Pocket (4.25" x 6.87")