Arcana of Nature (Barnes & Noble Digital Library)

Arcana of Nature (Barnes & Noble Digital Library)

by Hudson Tuttle
     
 

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This volume, which the author claimed was written by his “invisible guides,” explores the formation of the solar system, the development of life on Earth, the origin and history of the human race, the structure of the human brain, and the source of thought itself. After his guides set Tuttle back a few times, once even telling him to burn the manuscript

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This volume, which the author claimed was written by his “invisible guides,” explores the formation of the solar system, the development of life on Earth, the origin and history of the human race, the structure of the human brain, and the source of thought itself. After his guides set Tuttle back a few times, once even telling him to burn the manuscript—the work was eventually published in 1860. This edition also includes sections of an earlier work "The Philosophy of Spirit," which Tuttle wrote in his teens and later published as a second volume of the Arcana.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781411464995
Publisher:
Barnes & Noble
Publication date:
03/20/2012
Series:
Barnes & Noble Digital Library
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
494
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author


Hudson Tuttle (1836-1910) was born in Ohio and grew up in a house used as his town’s Unitarian headquarters. A skeptic of organized religion, he claimed to communicate with spirits at the first séance he attended. He lived modestly as a farmer and horse breeder, though his books include Life in Two Spheres, Career of Religious Ideas, and Ethics of Spiritualism.

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