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“A (New Era) Kosmon Revelation in The Words of Jehovih and the Angel Embassadors. A Sacred History of the Dominions of the Higher and Lower Heavens of the Earth for the Past Thousand Years.

Being From the Submersion of the Continent of Pan in the Pacific Ocean, Commonly Called The Flood or Deluge to the Kosmon Era. Also a Brief History of the Preceding Forty- Five Thousand Years.

 Together With A Synopsis of The Cosmogony of the Universe; The Creation of the Planets; The Creation of Man; The Unseen Worlds; The Labor and Glory of Gods and Goddesses in the Etherean Heavens;

With  the New Commandments of Jehovih to Man of the Present Day. With Revelations From the Second Resurrection, Formed in Words in the Thirty-Third Year of the Kosmon Era. 1935: Anno Kosmon 87, Kosmon Press, Los Angeles and London”

I thought this was just another interpretation of the Bible by a man who claimed much was left out. Note to self: Never assume!

Ends up it is “a book written in 1880 by an American dentist named John Ballou Newbrough [1828-1891]. He claimed that it was the result of automatic writing, dictated to him by spirits in a trance.” A fact that I read about at a website titled “Sacred Texts” You can read it here.

As noted at Educate Yourself:  “The book is laid out like a bible with chapter and verse numbered, but with the upper half of each page describing fourth dimensional history and the lower half of each page recalling images of ancient third dimensional struggles to attain ascension and the freedom to grow spiritually beyond the limits of the incarnate body.”

Another reason I never really looked at it was because he was a dentist back in the day. Probably using mercury and other toxic chemicals on a daily basis. I thought: No wonder he was having hallucinogenic behavior.

Then I came across things like you see in in the picture below and became interested in what was written. All this time it has been sitting there because I never really did more than flip through a few pages.


For those of you wanting to know more about this, there is a website titled Study of Oahspe with plenty of information.

Gail Allen has a digital copy that can be read on-line.


Rosary Novenas to Our Lady

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This booklet “Rosary Novenas to Our Lady” is tucked in an old leather cover. I love the  look of it. It belonged to a nun and by the look of it, she must have opened it to read the Novenas, many times during her life.

It was printed on February 6, 1925 in memory of The Very Rev. Monsignor William L. Liddy. (dod: February 16, 1924) Benziger Brothers, Inc. Printers to the Holy See.

The crocheted Apostleship of Prayer was set between the two front covers and looks quite new. Maybe whoever had it last put it there?

The booklet has quite a few beautiful illustrations.

I like the strap on the back of the leather cover that keeps it in place. They should make these for books today. Maybe they do? I think that is why this booklet remained in such good shape.

Old German Picture Frame

I wonder what picture was in this old metal frame when it wasn’t so worn and still had its shine? Was it the wife wearing her Sunday best or departed family member? I am sure a woman was loving placed there because of the floral accent at the top.

The word “Handy” is on the back, no luck finding out if that was the maker or not.

The easel stand is stamped Ges. Gesch which is short for Gesetzlich Geschutzt. (German for legally patented or registered.)

I must find the perfect picture to sit there now. When I find it I will be sure to let you have a look.