Tom Clark and His Wife

Their Double Dreams, And the Curious Things that Befell Them Therein; Being the Rosicrucian's Story

Published: 1863
Language: English
Wordcount: 40,928 / 123 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 67.9
LoC Category: PZ
Downloads: 661
Added to site: 2011.08.13 30592

which told, at the same time, that his name was Ramus the Great.[1]

[Footnote 1: The same known historically as Thothmes, or Thotmor the Third, King of all Egypt, in the 18th dynasty, and sixty-ninth Chief or Grand Master of the Superlative Order of Gebel Al Maruk--since known, in Christian lands, as the Order of the Brethren of the Rosie Cross, and now known in America and Europe, where it still thrives, as the Imperial Order of Rosicrucia.]

"This royal personage spake kindly to me, and his soft tones fell upon the hearing of my soul like the words of pardon to the sense of sinners at the Judgment Seat. 'Look, my son,' said he, at the same time pointing toward a vast procession of the newly-risen dead--a spectral army on the sides of the mountain, slowly, steadily, mournfully wending their way toward the part of the temple I had quitted previous to the commencement of this dream within a dream. Said the man at my side: 'Yonder host of pilgrims are men and women who are seeking, as thou hast sou

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