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Eyes to See, Body That Feels and Brain to Think, part 3 (of 3)

Eyes to See, Body That Feels and Brain to Think, part 3 (of 3) by Mr. John G. Abizaid Note: This booklet was originally printed in 1910; this came from the 2rd addition in 1912. The grammar and the punctuational … Continue reading

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Eyes to See, Body That Feels and Brain to Think, part 2 (of 3)

Eyes to See, Body That Feels and Brain to Think, part 2 (of 3) by Mr. John G. Abizaid Note: This booklet was originally printed in 1910; this came from the 2rd addition in 1912. The grammar and the punctuational … Continue reading

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Eyes to See, Body That Feels and Brain to Think, part 1 (of 3)

Eyes to See, Body That Feels and Brain to Think, part 1 (of 3) by Mr. John G. Abizaid Note: This booklet was originally printed in 1910; this came from the 2rd addition in 1912. The grammar and the punctuational … Continue reading

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On The Stars

On The Stars (From an old flat earth booklet.) THERE are definitely no solid bodies between the earth and the dome of the sky. The stars are not masses of matter, and they do not result either from projections like … Continue reading

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The Immaterial Nature of the Satellites of the Earth, part 2 (of 2)

The Immaterial Nature of the Satellites of the Earth, part 2 (of 2) It would, thus, appear that the satellite discs are not reflections of the Earth like the Babylonians believed in the case of the Moon, since the earth … Continue reading

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The Immaterial Nature of the Satellites of the Earth, part 1 (of 2)

The Immaterial Nature of the Satellites of the Earth, part 1 (of 2) (From an old flat earth booklet.) THE satellites of the Earth are not masses of matter. They are luminous and transparent discs without substance. The Moon, in … Continue reading

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The Dauntless Astronomy

The Dauntless Astronomy A Short Address “Many shall investigate, and knowledge shall increase.” June 4th, 1894 Ladies and Gentlemen, Truth is great and must prevail, so that all who are taught, led, or persuaded to contend for the impossible, must … Continue reading

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Foundations of Many Generations

Foundations of Many Generations A short excerpt from this old flat earth booklet. Claudius Ptolemy, the great astronomer, had the advantage over Copernicus in that he was a geographer as well as an astronomer, whereas the latter held some dignities … Continue reading

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