This book is the key to every department of human endeavor, as it enunciates the basic principle and THE PRIME MOVER of the universe.
It tells the road to health, the cause and cure of disease, the truth about the germ humbug and drug treatments, serums and antitoxins.
It shows why luminosity is produced on the flesh of various organisms, why a slice of pollock when first iced, then heated to 100 degrees and then thrust into a temperature of 50 degrees becomes luminous.
It shows the farmer that he can become a magician of agriculture-tells that the nitrogen of the air is only a dust of quartz rocks, like the invisible moisture of the air is "a dust of water"-that the nodules on the roots of the clover and legumes do not abstract nitrogen from the air, for if they did nature would have placed these bacteriological growths on the vine and not the root, the scientists have the cart before the horse in this case and the nodular cells form the proteids from sand or silica, this book tells how it is done.
It tells what a trance is and how the soul can leave the body temporarily.
How JESUS CHRIST is carrying out the biblical prophesy by TELEPATHY.
Gives the truths about the ideal society, alcohol, drunkenness, causes of crime, longevity and law.
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About the Author
He was the youngest son of Elihu Leach and Sarah Lovisa Leach, and was born at Raynham, Mass. In 1886 he married Theresa Walsh but had no children. In the 1896 Providence Directory he was a seller of patent medicines via a remedy company. He was living at Prairie Avenue, Providence - about a mile south of College Hill. He seems to have moved around a lot around the turn of the century, but he is in one genealogy book with a note that he kept... "the Emory House in Providence".
This house either took or gave the name to the Order of Emorians, which he founded. This order was originally the Evergreens, a "Life & Longevity League", and was probably founded in the early or mid 1890s to promote his patent remedies and health regimens? He later became the... "Secretary of the Order of Emorians, Providence Lodge". There was also an English branch of the Emorians, possibly a franchise for his patent medicines.
He was also President of the Emorian Marching Band aka Bartlett's Emorian Concert Band. This band presumably paraded in Emery Park, of which he was the owner from c.1896-1921. Emery Park was a popular recreation ground some four miles SW of Providence, near the New London Turnpike. This Park is mentioned many times as the location for field days and annual outings of local trades federations, employee groups, and the like, in the early decades of the 20th century. Presumably it was landscaped and equipped as a sort of picnic gardens with a parade field, and perhaps with 'medicinal' springs and baths etc, serving as a free introduction to his patent cures?
He was also an inventor, patenting a new type of tyre, an "electrocardiographic electrode device", and a "medicinal electrode" in 1901...
"This invention relates to improvements in electrodes for applying electric treatment to increase the vitality in animal bodies to cure diseases, and by supplying force which is adapted for the use of organized bodies to give strength and eradicate microbes and germs by subjecting them to the force which while beneficial to the higher types of organisms will overpower and destroy the disease germs."