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The Secret of the Creation

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Language: English
Wordcount: 14,593 / 46 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 77.6
LoC Category: BL
Downloads: 526
Added to site: 2007.05.26 17100
Genres: Religion, Poetry

This book, the great wonder of the literary age.Contains the first and second chapters of the secret of the creation. The mightiest book ever written on earth among men. Also contains songs and poems by Dr. Howard D. Pollyen, the world's greatest author and writer of all times. Author of the deepest and most mystifying songs--revealing the whole history of the human soul. The Secret of the Creation in full will follow this little book which is but a touch of heaven's torchlight to the human heart.

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And towards the west Jehovah had set up a great chain of mountains to hold back the light while the sun was upon his outer roads, that half of the nights might be long towards the region of the magnet. While to the east he had set up no great mountains that the light of the sun on its outer roads from thence might reach across the plains towards the region of the magnet, that half of the nights might be light and giving glories of light for half of the time of the years. While in the great white way of life the continents and islands lay all teeming with glory.

The large continents having divides of high lands through them, from which large rivers flow, some towards the outer seas and some of them flow down towards the lower parts of the earth towards the magnet. Then the sons of Jehovah and the morning stars sang together and shouted for joy when they saw the glory of Jehovah's creation. And the morning of the fifth day began.

And Jehovah said let the waters and the earth bring forth living cr



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