Golden Dawn, The

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by: Hotema, Hilton
ISBN: 0-7873-0427-1
format: Paperback
pages: 44

Golden Dawn, The

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1967 Once again this famous author has given to the world a new & unusual manuscript. Those who mourn the dean will be most interested in this work. The Golden dawn, sharply gleaming on the distant horizon, denotes the approach of a brighter day in the life of man, the Lord of the whole earth (Zach. 4:14). The millions of innocent people, sustained by the fear of death, sees the brilliant sign and shudders. For the sign heralds the revival of knowledge that will inform man of the mysteries of creation and liberate his mind from the fear of death. Man will learn that he is life, and that life had no beginning and has no ending. What appears as death pertains only to the body and not to life. The body was never alive. It was only the mechanism used by life to perform certain work of Creation in the visible world.

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