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THE DIVINE GUEST.
A NEW COLLECTION OF GOSPELS.
ANDREW JACKSON DAVIS,
“ Within thee is the all-wise, ever-loving Arabula."
DEATH AND THE AFTER-LIFE, p. 88.
158 WASHINGTON STREET.
Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1867, by
ANDREW JACKSON DAVIS, In the Clerk's Ofice of the District
Court of the United States, for the Distiict of New Jersey.
This volume is, to some extent, a continuation of the author's autobiography, entitled, “The Magic Staff.” But, chiefly, it contains a faithful record of experiences which, it is believed, are far more representative than exceptional. The exceptions occur in that private realm where the individual differs, as each has an undoubted constitutional: right to differ, from every other.
A new collection of dying Gospels, revised and corrected, and compared with the originals, is herein presented to the world.
The alternations of faith and skepticism, of lights and shades, of heaven and hades, of joys and sorrows, are familiar to the human mind. The causes of these mental states are considered.
May the Arabula be unfolded in the heart of every reader.
A. J. D. NEW YORK, Nov. 4, 1867.