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JAN 5 1915
LPROM C. Hayes gfecund
“In that day shall there be (even) upon the bells of the horses, HOLINESS UNTO THE LORD; and the pots in the Lord's house shall be like the bowls before the altar.”
“Follow peace with all men, and holiness, without which no man shall see the Lord.”
THE ESOTERIC is devoted to methods for obtaining holiness, or a perfect life, and a consciousness of the mind and will of God concerning the sons of men.
It has no alliance with any class or sect of people, and thus it is free to express important truths for the benefit of all. All the laws and methods taught are demonstrated facts, and not experiments.
We accept the following as the foundation of all our thought: -God is the Creator of all things; therefore all laws, physical, mental, and spiritual, are but the potency of the Divine Mind. In order to know that Mind, the life must be controlled by a spirit of true devotion, thought, and obedience to law; thus man is led into the highest physical, mental, and spiritual attainments.
Because of this we study every department of nature, and endeavor to give to the world such facts as we deem most advantageous in the development of our race.
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CONTENTS OF VOLUME XII.
Delineation of Character.