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AssociATE OF THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE FOR
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH of New York.
In modern philosophy there are three great treatises on the Passions, that of Spinoza,
THE MIND OF THE MASTER
THE NERVOUS SYSTEM OF JESUS
Associate of the American Institute for Scientific Research "In modern philosophy there are three great treatises on the Passions, that of Spinoza, that of Hume and that of Salvarona.”—Philosophical Journal.
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INTRODUCTION “The Mind of the Master or The Nervous System of Jesus”
THE RT. REV'D LORD ARCHBISHOP OF APRIORI METAPHYSICS
Palace of Dogmatic and Idealistic Theology,
Tibet, Bod, China,
This book is of incalculable value because of the position it takes in respect to Our Blessed Lord; and the book should be circulated by the money of every devout soul in America. There is, in my mind, a great harm done to our Denominationalism, by proving that Holy and Divine Ideas may be discovered by PRAYERFUL INDUCTIVE PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE, as well as by the Inspirations of the Founders of Our Denomination, As Our Blessed Lord is the Almighty it would be unconsciously, yet sinfully sacreligious, to hint that the Humble Laws of Human Anatomy, or the Human Mind had anything whatever to do with His Divine MisSion to Man. Therefore, to say that Our Holy and Dear Lord was actually humbled to the possession of a Human Body, Organs of Human Anatomy, a Human Brain, Five Human Senses, and a Human Nervous System, has a tendency to throw irreverence on the idea of Our Blessed Lord as the Almighty, and to destroy public faith in the miracles of Our Denomination; which miracles should always remain mysterious, unexplained and unintelligible. This is necessary for three reasons. First, to keep the Christian Miracles from becoming coarse and vulgar by lifting them into the Region of Education and Science. Second, to show that the Ideas of Divine Reason, in Miracles, are infinitely beyond the Scientific Comprehension of Man. Third, to socially sustain the absolute authority of the divine ministers of Our Denomination as being the Only Men on Earth whose Minds are CAPABLE of interpreting the meaning of either a miracle, or the Scriptures. Moreover, it is obvious, that, as Our Blessed Lord is the Almighty, it would be a Sin against the Holy Ghost, to suggest that the PsychoLOGICAL Laws of Religious Auto-suggestion, had anything whatsoever to do with His miracles. If there was the slightest grain OP TRUTH in the statement that the Europeans and Americans possessed Minds in the slightest degree CAPABLE of understanding the PSYCHOLOGICAL LAWS of inspiration, as the ministers of denominations can, the case would be different. This, My Introduction of Salvarona's Book is therefore given to the American and European Peoples in Corroboration of the Encyclical of our Brother Pius X, and, at the Vatican, Seventh Month, MCMVII.
First Month MCVIII.
As the author of this book is puzzled to know as to whether the above "Introduction" is intentional irony or not, the author must leave it for the reader to decide for himself as to the Archbishop's real meaning. Any reader, after very carefully reading the book, 110t having sufficient intelligence to grasp either the surface meaning or intentional irony of the Archbishop, the author confesses his utter inability to assist him. The point made by the Archbishop is that the Individual per se is allowed no Individual Right of Progressive Judgment, or Individual Inspiration, when the Collective Body of a mere Denomination-as a Traditional Denomination-acts as a Dictator or Pluralistic-Pope coucerning the Individual Rights of the Judgment of the Individual as such.